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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 10, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas . .. CX. group sees museum in lake’s future Obituary By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer CANYON LAKE — A group flying to build a museum that would highlight the history of the Canyon Lake area hopes to get to work as soon as it comes to terms with the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce. Joyleen Dodson, president of the Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country Association, said the association was waiting for the chamber to approve a lease agreement that would allow the museum to be built on the chamber’s property on FM 2673 west of Saltier. “They are working out an agreement,” Dodson said. Charles Stephens ll, an attorney and a chamber board member, said he would work with the board and chamber president Ed Wetzel on an agreement pertaining to the museum. Stephens said he hoped to have an agreement drafted by next month’s board meeting. “We should have an agreement before then and hopefully something approved, and get something the chamber can go with,” Stephens said. He said the chamber board of directors would look at it carefully, and it could as late as September before the chamber approves any agreement with the museum association. Whether August or September, Dodson said he just wanted to get the ball rolling on the museum project “We are first going to start with an outdoor museum,” Dodson said. “We are looking at farm equipment, looking at possibly an Indian village and a corral — everything which occurred from the early settlers.” Grand jury indictments Wednesday .A San Antonio man was indicted by a Comal County grand jury Wednesday for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. John Corley, 37, of San Antonio allegedly used his vehicle to run over a man from Canyon Lake on May 31 at Hunter Road and Farm-to-Market 306. The victim survived being hit District attorney’s office spokeswoman Nancy Filkins said Corley and the victim apparently had a verbal dispute before Corley hit him with the car. Tubing Other grand jury indictments were: ■ John Mata, 41, San Antonio, theft over $1,500 less than $20,000. ■ Josie Aguilar, 19, 935 IH 35 N., forgery. ■ Rolando Menendez, 26, Mexico, unauthorized use of a vehicle. ■ Albert Estrada, 31, 465 Wright possession of cocaine. ■ Brian Bookout, 24, Austin, possession of a controlled substance — mushrooms. ■ Christine Hamilton, 31, German settlers first started settling the area in the 1840s when it was farmland on the banks of the Guadalupe River. Dodson said the museum would be built as resources and funds permitted. “We want to start with a few implements and gradually build on that,” she said. “We won’t start out big, we will start out small and eventually grow.” In the next several years, Dodson said he envisioned an indoor museum that would tell the story of the creation of Canyon Lake and the dam in the 1960s. “We foresee that,” she said. “We .hope to get into modern times because today’s happenings are tomorrow’s history.” The association had its first fund* raiser last year, a fashion style show Houston, possession of a controlled substance — mushrooms. ■ Richard Nanez, 29, Lake Jackson, possession of a controlled substance — mushrooms. ■ Alison Carter, 33, Houston, possession of a controlled substance — mushrooms.    , ■ James Vowel!, 39, San Antonio, burglary habitation — 4 counts and burglary of a building. • A total of 20 indictments on 21 counts were handed out to 15 individuals. at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8800 in Startzvifte. Dodson said the museum association would hold a similar event Nov. 18 at the VFW 8800 Post. The; Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country Association was formed in 1995 when it received its charter from the state of Texas. Currently there are seven members on its board of directors. Wetzel said the chamber was doing all it could to support the museum. “We did agree st the meeting (last week), contingent on an agreement being drawn up, they could put the museum on chamber property,” Wetzel said. “The chamber is much interested in the heritage museum as hi anything because that is the history of the area.”On the agenda An ordinance that would establish procedures and permits for horse drawn carriages in the city of New Braunfels will be discussed at the Transportation and Traffic Advisory Board at 7:30 p.m. today at the Municipal Building, 424 South Casten Avenue. The board will conduct a public hearing for citizens’ input on whether an ordinance is needed or not. The board will meet in Municipal Building Meeting Room D. TImms Gam Jr. Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Thomas Garza, Jr. of New Braunfels. He died Wednesday July 9, 1997, in San Antonio at the age of 28 years. FUNERAL HOMEMcKenna .IV 1 W    rv iv* :'TT Texas 6,12, I14,31, 33) 34Es,&r" LOTTERY From Page 1 has already distributed signs to the three outfitters within the city limits, Murphy said. The boards have symbols winch tell tubers what the flows are in cubic feet per second. Within '{he city of New Braunfels no tubing is allowed with flows above 1,200 cfs. WORD board member Bill Mayo said both the city and WORD want to do what’s best for the people who tube on the river. “The overall objective is to enhance the safety of visitors to the Guadalupe (river),” Mayo said. “I think under that heading it needs to be broken down in measures appropriate to both if we are Police Beat Polka News* (feramfclr Department Tuesday ■ Arrest on charge of possession of marijuana in a drug free zone, New Braunfels man, 17, bond $500. ■ Arrest on charges of driving while license is suspended and failure to maintain financial responsibility, Cibolo man, 23, bond $300, $300. ■ Arrest on charge of theft, Marion man, 18, bond $5,000. ■ Arrest on charges of theft, failure to identify as fugitive from justice, failure to identify, failure to maintain proof of financial responsibility, expired driver’s license, no driver’s license, failure to identify, public intoxication and failure to appear, New Braunfels man, 33, bond $300, $300, $112, $282 and seven bonds $112 each. ■ Arrest on charge of engaging in criminal activity , Eagle pass man, 20, bond $15,000. ■ Arrest on charge of engaging in a criminal activity, San Antonio man, 21, bond $15,000. ■ Arrest on charges of public intoxication — two counts and failure to appear, New Braunfels man, 21, no bond, $112, $112. ■ Arrest on charge of motion to revoke probation, New Braunfels man, 26, bond $1,000. Comal County Sheriff's Office Tuesday ■ Arrest on charge of intoxicated assault with a vehicle, serious bodily injury, New Braunfels man, 46, no bond. ■ Arrest on charge of criminal nonsupport, Laredo woman, 34, bond $2,500. ■ Arrest on charge of reckless driving, New Braunfels man, 20. ■ Arrrest on charge of motion to revoke probation, Round Rock woman, 25, bond $1,000. ■ Arrest on charge of motion to revoke probation, Canyon Lake man, 19, bond $1,000. ■ Arrest on charge of driving while intoxicated, second offense, Canyon Lake man, 38, no bond. ■ Arrest on charge of driving while license is suspended, New Braunfels man, 21. ■ Arrest on charge o! morion to revoke probation — 3 counts, New Braunfels man, 30, bond $1,000, $1,000, $1,000. ■ Arrest on charge of driving white intoxicated —»second offense, New Bnvnfrit man. 41. • f* mw mm rn —-- —  ^    ■’    *S-    w '>    11 ti Arrest on charge of morion to revoke probation — two counts* New Braunfels man, 30, bond $1,000, $1,000 ■ Arrest on charge of driving while intoxicated, San Antonio man, 48, no bond. ■ Arrest on charge of intoxicated manslaughter with a vehicle — both going to do them. I think we need to sit down and define those terms. “Therefore to avoid any misunderstanding or avoid any conflict down the line you exhaust (every possibility) so that there is never any question of intent and purpose of both parties — the city and warrant, Canyon Lake mat* bond $25,000. ■ Arrest on charges of violation of driver’s license restriction and failure to appear, Canyon Lake woman, 40, bond $200, $200. ■ Arrest on motion to revoke probation. New Braunfels man, 17, bond $1,000. From Page 1 new doctor for the hospital staff.” , A church-supported hospital, such as Central Texas Medical Center in San Marcos, also has positives and negatives when compared to a privately run hospital. “If a hospital is port of a church-supported health care system, the system has the ability to subsidize hospitals in the chain that might lose money in the short term,” Sorensen said One possible negative is that ethical and moral positions of the church may enter into health care decisions. “Specifically relating to abortion and end-of life-services, church-supported hospitals may not offer a full range of health care,” Sorensen said. “This is particularly critical in smaller communities with only one hospital available.” The primary advantage of a not-for-profit hospital such as McKenna is derived from its tax status and not having to pay income taxes on its revenue. A not-for-profit is required by law to return the money it does not use to service its debt to provide services for the community, such as preventative health and immunization programs,” Sorensen said. “A for-profit hospital returns its profits to its stockholders,” McKenna President and CEO Johnny Johnson said he was proud of his hospital’s successes, but the hospital isn’t resting on its laurels. “It is always a trouble area just keeping the doors open,” Johnson said. “Weare always looking for ways to improve.”Recently Moved?Getting (tarried? New Baby? Give us a calif WORD.” Murphy said she believes an agreement can be worked out soon. “I think it shouldn’t take too terribly long,” she said. “We have a pretty good draft going. My impression is the WORD people are cooperative to work with. In the next couple of weeks it should be done.” Department of Putytc Safely Tuesday ■ Arrest on charge of motion to revoke probation, New Braunfels woman, 34, no bond. Wednesday: ■ Arrest on charges of a terroristic threat and explosives violation, male, 44, no bond. 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