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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 17, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas 410    noI6 10/22/99 SO-WEST n I CROF’UBL I SH I NG 2627 E YANDELL DE EL PASO, TX 7990 (mum) .inuit ti tit it until iii mfg; wont prize. She could receive that prize hut there would bet $457 contribution, he OWfcaMNa**•**    ■    n    •    * ti it iii i ii tn i ISS oft tttttttnttttttttrtivtt SSS OH Ouedsiuoafl Hee—t a1 ■kiAr roH»oubloftlpofiooonciB I TImo A/jwj I IM fJwW 99    fffVfWH1 ftftnwi wmwte tiro following binhday wiihee to; Andre# Jo I I Aldim, KW# Bowen, Chrtatint I Barclay (SS leon!), Albert VU-jl Ihtmol (19th!), hud Shade, I Owe# refire, lease Sanches (9 SBUsa Porter!#, Kin ■Anderson (bellied), ImiuHm AImuUh) (Sal. nrdny), Edwin ChrlHopher (Sal unlay), Rum tm (Saturday), Ralph M. Brand, Charles Burgess, Dexter A. GQIcepie, Richard A. Mmld, Terry Baker (Saturday), Bernice Edens-ber|er (Saturday), Jim Hazel (Saturday), Frances Schact (Sat urday), Florence Vernoa (Satan* day), Patricia WiBhuns (Satur-day), Bernice WBtroch (Saturday), Ralph Brand, Horteaae Hernandez Laura McKay, WaMe Loop (Monday), Joyce BtePhrtaad (Monday), Melanie Mhteudirf (Monday), Bema* -■a-- *---V OBBB BRra^jPP *    J* * S *-«— W ■*----SU-    -t^-- ixMmiBp Xvcw DKiunicis clin isFridsy, Ady 22. Starting ifs third year, Leadership New Braunfels is made up of a diverse group of men & women ilAalalMJk amWaima ala alw I ^ a fl»r ocwinn iv cnimncc md* icsucr" pwp firtHy and knowledge of the community, Call 625-2385 orooine by the of Commerce offioe at 390 S. Seguin St. for information or applications. ■ . - .(i- V I’’'EBB* . Giant ram’, horn mall po*** thfMt to amlMfciun:    efrrifr^4    srarareRtrihrahBRrifeMBtffl Tamtam ovar boo aawtjawO nmnftlnn Im I rihrai raj rife Bmrl# spacial rn unca pant BB    CBjnmamnftma Bm jobs 4 Bl ai aaa raopia* » bob i b si limn y 7IOBNTB • y\:z I ■v’-i'4, ifeSi:; Braving Cornel County far more than 148 years! Home of KIRA MICAN AMDtRION SI PasaainthnaaaoiionaRlunchy.julyir, IIM ■Vofi 141, No, 177 scam Prize offered for contribution by phone solicitor HMckn By ORAM HAMMITT StaTT Writer lncrsaaad technology is a sign of our timas. The world ii becoming a smaller place because of telephones, televisions and computers. Unfortunately, with the increased technology comes an opportunity for those with bad intentions as well as good. Telephone scams are becoming more and mort common. They reach anywhere with a telephone, even New Braunfels. One local lady, Andrea Ttirvin, said someone tried to make her a victim. She received a call from a man saying he was with Say No To Drugs, a group in California, and that she had Afis bond of too ll ors Im MMaS am frill, OB av ifivvi vn wuif rn The New BnunMaJCuyon Anociation of Real- Leks Ane Anociation of I ion membership meeting ie 11*30 rn    Stilt,    mdP    jUmmAmh a,in july    dobto of cbxbqeoh will meet re 8:30 unJuiy 22. ii en informal gatheriim of dumber! members. f • OR fWOOr rrSVyVII v»rarre^B*reMHi^Rp t§Slmm!l ifrritfrXy'* 5jwSjr W« mitt ym tother* with rn.) 8-9 13-14 34-42 GR 810 muon This ntwiptpra ie printed on recycled me croon carn. One dung that gave him away wu that he said they were very supportive of her past donations. "I had never made contributions, not to that organization,’' she said. “...Alto, he wu just too overly sin- NMMWUV photo by JOHN HUSETH cere. Mn. Turvin checked the phone number he gut her and found it to be a fraud, u well u the address. She alto called a legitimate organization hi California, Just Say No, who spprodved her call md raid they would definitely penue the matter with the authorities. A heud-on colllelon took plaoa, Involving a Ford F-150 pick up (driver’# Identity not relceeed) and a Hands Accord UC driven by Sarah Parnell on PM 2722 at the Intcrceotion with FM 2373 near Btartzvttle Friday afternoon at approximately 8:18 pm Famed was token via AlrUti to University Hospital In Bvt Antonian and tho other Injured driver was transported to MeKanna Memorial Hospital by Canyon Lake KMB, Often times they said, phone scams hurt legitimate organizations due to the negative feelings caused by the con artists. There is a National Fraud Information Center people can call at 1-800- 876-7060. Some tips include: • Ask for the name, addreu and phone number of the company the caller represents and how long the company hu been in business and the caller’s name. • Never make an immediate decision. Ask for written info and check it out. 'Never give your credit card number or fth^Hdwg sc***1** over the phone. • Be skeptical if told you’ve wool prize. Hang up if you’re told you’ve won a prize but must pay to receive H. * Refine to send cub, check or mon-ey order by messenger or overnight delivery. Warbler ruling creates confusion for some By CRAM HAMMITT Staff Writer More questions than answers seem to already be forming as the U.S. Fish tnd Wildlife Service ponders designating much of HUI Country, including areas in Comal County, aa critical habitat for endangered species* The proposal, if adopted, would ftirther protect die golden-cheeked warbler, a bird that Mats in the and oak forests of the Hill Country and uses bark from older cedar trees to build hi neats. The bird wu placed on the list in 1988. Fish and Wildlifb Mid the habitat covers around 800,000 acres in 33 Texas counties, much of that critical habitat. The controversy centers on just who will he affbctad and how. Much of Comal County is covered with oedan and oaks, and moat of the oounty Is rural, with only two incorporated cities. Ranching and firming ate tradmonel features of the oounty and developments ate rapidly growing, especially in the western portions. “Nobody really knows what effect titia will have until somebody interprets tile rule,’’ said Richard Btindea of the Comal County Agriculture-Stabiliation and Conservation Service. Btindea arid the ^oncy hee never defined the word “potential" u it applies to potential which he said Wildlife said persons would have to apply for a permit which currently t .ikes about one year. That process could lengthen if more persons sppiy, or if a study is required to determine if wildlife would indeed be threatened. Penalties range from no mote than $50,000 in fines or one year in prison for criminal caseic to not mote than $25,000 in fines in civil "You’re basically guilty until you prove yourself," said Dan Byfield, director of leg- ik in replant graal in certain pastures. Cadus ire often harmful to toil conservation because gn« fells to grow well underneath. dees,” said Brands!."...Cedre is in I MHi» in the county. It is in fpi?tptod practice to remove pertain portions.’ Fish and Wikflife officials My the proposal, which should oome up for review sometime in the early fell,    not affect common wash- log practices MAH |aMU 4AU landowners are already subset to the Mid Dorothy Dees, habitat, which he Mid could translate into any Brands! said the federal government through his agency currently has cost-sharing pi aimed re land management, whereby fenders or ranchers are asked to cut down oedan and Endangered Species Act,’ a spokeqperaon for Fish and Wildlife. “ Traditional ranching practice! are not affected." Officials said they were concerned mainly with what they called "old-growth cedar'’ mixed with oak trees. "New-growth cadre is not a problem,” said Dees, although she went on to say that if a rancher or fermer was planning to dear a large area for a pasture or road, "ha would have to look arri see that he is not endMgeritre critical habitat." Which loads to more confusion. Fish and iii stive affairs for the Farm Credit Bank Austin. "...Where do you draw the Hoar By field said his company is concerned tiret property values will decline if persons cannot develop land . He abo retd foe term mitigation will increasingly be used, whereby someone such re i developer sera aside an amount of land in order to develop another. Congressman Lamar $mith claims a US. Court of Appeals in March ruled in tire Sweat Home case rn* the definition of "harm" in the Endangered Species Aet suggests that "clearing alone" does not supply evidence of death or injury, or involve the term "take" as applied to banning the endangered spades. “What is needed here is to strike a balance between property rights and the environment," said Smith in a released statement. Local lenders are also watching to see what changes the proposal could have, either on property values or lending practice*. “I don’t think wa need to overreact. Wa don’t know how much land hen wiU ba designated (as critical habitat)," Mid Texas Commerce Bank President Bob Smith. "’U bs more itreresred when wa find out exactly what acreage is involved.” Local youth not charged in traffic fatality incident By CHRMTMB MARTH Staff Writer Ben Sweet, 17, of New Braunfels, could feee a station for running a traffic light lain eoctdere which took • Navasota man's UfeTuesdey. The accident took place re the tarenoction of Loop 337 Md River Road at about 8 am Ally ll The impact instantaneously ejected Arthur Lucas, 75, from his truck sad he was run over. He died iller it University Hoaptal in San Antonio th* Sty. New BraunfWt Police Department LL John Worn-mack, lnvectigreor, said Sweet’! biood-cloohol level wee checked and did not support s possible cheeps of criminally negligent homicide which always is a poreibitity In a feral ore arish. “He Pawls terrible^ Wommack raid of Sweat "Ha ara* fee light was green, bt was looking bt Me Bran-U and when ha looked back up, tire oo for something, and when ha I light was rad. "Ha raw the white truck creating Ms leas, Ire stenmad on Ms Mitres, but rtJUNt tbs truck.” Wommack continued recounting Sweet's story. Tbs cass will bs handed over to tire oounty attorney's office Monday. Wommack aret mated Sweet's speed before he slammed on Ms brakes at 55 miles per hour. The speed limit there ie 45. But no speeding citation bu yet been filed. “Maries nicNs, I have up two years to file," Worn- manL SB •••mo MIO- Funeral services wan held for Lucre in Navasota Friday. He is reirvtvad by hit wife, who ire staying wife Mm re Summit mort in Pkriar re th* time of Ire daBh, end two daughters For news, advertising or subscription information, call 625-9144 (Metro) 606-0846 ;