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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 30, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Whoooaaa! WWRHHfc JBJ .JST. At left. Jim Shea of the Department of Public Safety cruises safely into first base on the back of “Rigor Mortis. while former San An tonio Spur Mike Gale awaits the throw Shea scored two of the three runs tor the local celebrities en route to a 3-2 victory over the old pros during Bob Crosby s Donkey Baseball game for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation at Unicorn Field, Iris Bowden, one of the organizers of the event, said that the event was a big success as more than $800 was earned for the charity. At riyht. the Herald-Zeitung s Tim Waits spurs Earthquake before eventually taking his third tumble on the way to first. Old pro Lefty Falcone looks on (Photos by Deryl Clark) New Braunfels Thursday Herald-Zeitung July 30. 1987 25 Cents . 'J 134 ft New Braunfels Herald Publishing b .an laSt New Braunfels T* xas 781 30 (USPS 377 BOO One Se mon 14 PagesStammtisch Builds s>* .dr ,L’ an employ **e of H> i'* •    \ hi .* I    •    \ aas the UHld< * ■* lf it'd Visitor to Ho* Kin K Kin• r »iel* - aho we* * in ht-lp “-as A ho An* av Aho?, rh midi* menu i a!toil agt Huen*    ut»..InI a!ion* and in dtv.duals Af IO assisted I it > off U lai> in ; 1 »■ .n ft ftfit tor i drowning victim I* «l tv'. ago wet* ihtiiM d tx New Bt auiit*# Stator latir^i h*»- • plopped statement read din u c MtHtdav s I Hv t *HjrietJ m •- Hint '** and than* •*»-*> ■«* >*-■ **»«» to :p.ib d.wor. ■ ii }*“! i‘ r and 11 d* paI *.. i* t .1 - I o t*' I. * in th* 'ii CISD circumvents drainage ordinance; Michie says city has no a, SAM AM OUK! Starr Writer rn ‘Jk n f I n W- "W 4m ic y t rn hear legislate *e update in Austin , i daft lout I hi Heft’ ah thy* ai I* met p I »*‘ft * *‘f ** \\    .    -    I    HUI    ll*    Had • i u«! i Him: I . impale. Kl i < ft Ne a Hi a ante . * ommunic it tufts • Tub Vino lf a ti »>-*) thank* d the t v I utJ» ut I fig ■ eers ahu af (fit r* go* »! the city ie*tiM ell I .insert I im lr tv. « s lo .of « 4M cub ii It-r' Jh f -ah oftd to a d HS Ha so ll * ti et tort - 1111s. Aas an ex.a cent cestui«• un triiail ul Un I **fps hi I* sjHindlfig to I*h ai tutu em aid hr!Afft I Au in* s f < i s u! Ni-a Bi aludels fite I* pa. lr . ii? Mn overed lit* tmdv Juts ZI of Mt a art I a aid J* id San \ngeio Attn disappeared tAit davs eat liet iii th*- -auh c rivet im i« n' -alter tailing oft att 11 i r t* * t tut*** just I Mina liiuifte lie Aas found alout Hire*- quart* rs ut a mile do*fist i earn Hist .it id* the I anitos repass I- Auld a as tfit* eighth rivet v n tint this y. ai is I urn,.I t ounty and th* fuut til to if*'a ft fie!* i a rh** dam Abele hike releases have exceeded . .Km i is since heal v rains in th** alfa in Ma* and Juts* Hefttue * >ueikthef of I 5 Kaput Hoad Aaikeg out unto Ins card Hi** uttier (tax to behold a tu/arre sight a 25 inch coral snake eating a :V us* Ii gal tei snake doughty half Hi** See St AMM I ISCH Paq* 2 I’aitlx cloudy to inustlx sun i.x huA s that Im nun committal skies and hut hot hut Aeathei are iii store today and probably through ttie aeekend Aith daytime highs hovering in th** mid :**»s aud nighttime Ioas dropping only to the mid dis Winds Alii tie from the south tad a t*cii * and lo mph I he MenuCLASSI! ILI) COMICS CROSSWORD OLAR ABBY KALL IDOSCOPt OPINIONS ll 13 IO 3 3 7 4 SCRAPBOOK    b SPORTS    8 9 WI AIMIR ............ 2 Smith rests after Guadalupe River seat ch ti . I) A V 11) M A Y Stat! VV* it* * I rank smith rn going ti* ie* up* late alter haling spent the fietter part ut Hi** past tno weeks searching for drowning \ u tuns in Ha* liuadalupt* tin et I tu Sattlei resident aud veteran r iv et Max igatoi said he Adi return to th** i on Bort ar»*a this A«***k it he ss needed to help the remaining volunteers find Hie loth and only missing victim of a tragic bus acct dent then* hmmn commonly by his moniker ut Old Man Itivei Smith Aho has taken part in countless rivei rescues ami searches praised the Comfort ettort calling it the most oigaui/ed and professional search he has ever seen Smith called the decision by aul hor dies there to shut down the command post and pull county and state personnel out <»! the search a difficult one hut said lit* supported the move He said that perhaps only a itll tim** Atli th** river eventually yield the Univ of John Bankston 17 of Dallas ' I have nothing Hut total praise for DPS lh** game wardens and county authorities said Smith It Aas a**ll organized and thoroughly searched I have never been on a search that went as smooth iv We chocked every lead amt no leaf a as left unturned When you Atmid see tears in the officer s eves you ku**A th* concern and caring a as there Since the afternoon of July IT smith said he had personally check « d even inch of Hie river tor > miles Ut* arrived in that area only hours after a Aal! of water swept the Seagoville Hoad Baptist Church bus and van into the raging Guadalupe Kivei Billowing an ll im h deluge of rain iii the Comfort area July 17 smith estimated he had logged a total of loo miles on the river there since that Friday My advice to them was to close it command jiost They had ex pended too many man hours and un told dollars smith said Smith told M archers he tielieves the remaining victim may U* within live miles of the accident site Bankston died a hero risking his own Iii** to save others bom tieing lost downstream in the savage river currents Smith said it is possible See SMITH Page 2 B . TRAVIS E POLI ft b Cc.rexpondent During a legislat ce conte?**!. c Xus’ sc XX emies :. >    ; h* I exa- Assoctation of Counties announce*:! si had successfully bl*tsked more than '♦** bills arid lobbied for approximate iv J o approval nills that will affect government at the county lev**; • in* piece of legislation coni I it:**.,if. county    Hat* lh md will n. longer ta* alite to * eve on tis coon tv s centra! appraisal distr*,* t Nm*<*. of direct*!! s Many <>! th* hi bills opposed t v in. *i. > >4 d    0?H.i ! ll BV f t *,4 Kf*f I t Til: Cli Itona!    out** i»f county rev n *- from th** counts tor state coffer B«*aUfnont Hep Mark Mil* - chair man of the it »u -•* < ominitt**** on County \!*a»fs r* ported to *-«»unfx represent .fixes the Itdenil govem-ment was in part responsible for lh* lax increase recently passed by bi* state legislator* W** can t ithird to let if .*m k* ap pas am the I i k to the Slate of ’ **\ • Miles said I tx as Vt tm j*. . C.*‘iiera; Jim Mat tux adores-ed the county officials sax tug that on** t his cine! goals sine** taking of! •• has been to * un better coml r.v.nieAl tot. - t*et ween the Attorney *»**!:* rat >office and com.* governments Mattox said lh st bt* would > mumm* III ti is et tuft.s bi ti •    1 do a I** Her lob bi helping you do a better jot) Mattox said thai tree a use d the past la* k of * lins..I sih at ion ta t a* *•:, the state ami xoufttu some i net tex t)x«* legislation has t>**en passed He cited th* indigent health caic h gisla tion which tie said was not ai til* Im- * int* lest of the counties or th* people b«*i a us*- af u county input Mattox ills** suggested that ab county governments establish bx* and lo veal plans to help larry th* counties smoothly into the 2bt cen tut \ Id (.ox Bill Hobin ti*l*t countv of authority to regulate ti* la s .id W**dnes*iav its*** »..»v« taken * »r* **! lf.** matt* s N« a Braunt* ss Piaiuvtng Director Mike MuomIs said H>« pur;>**M *a u.« ! *■ *iUI’ * a stlidx js bi Ii -ICti a XV av to maltac rufi. g .*ai*! from ttit* un jn*rxi‘iU‘- mal*!!. *ti t* *p.»! tin site mi that ll ti*>e\ im adv et Mely affect other pr«*t*ertx H* said Im* has no wax ut Kilt*.xii g wftidtier ' LD has pr*q»erty managed runoff v ny ut tic tab rout in* tx iiispi'x t impi*)* eiiients *»ji pn*|M*tfx a d hm til** ids s *-\tra territorial jurisdiction shanti' ag t***! that tie does fi**t plan ti* .u>p***v t Hit* im a i I s I» \t fit *«il I tee a us** lh** matter tuts tieeit turne*l **v« r t*i i ny Manager .Uh* Mu In** i'h* manager said tie is concerned that all * it x ordinan* es are en torc cd t am char get! under Bu* charter a itll doing that But    Michie said    I has** no toots no auth*)! it > b enforce the tjr alnage or dinan* ** a it Im tut a plat I iou t knoA it tti* so is a drainage ptoba rn out there fie said Nil*, hie added that ti** has had no contact xx uh t I sD off leu* s or representatives to indicate th* s. ft**,, district would foist ..ox requueriu’iiis **: sugge> t ions af th** c it x s planning tmard While the suhdixision which codifies Hi** dratnag* and «*th**i land us*- management pi **v isions of the i i tv d»n-s include lev*iopment within the extra territorial jurisdiction in s an a tex I th*- * ’IM) project ‘fi*-i*- t> n*i enf« ! * • men’ authority on the part tit bi** * fix unless the s* hoot disti id or cfh**r developer within the I*. IJ tu**s lt p| ;* Fun s are legal descriptions and speeifu designs of metds and Uiutids of properties pro posed for subdivision and develop merit DeveUipei' and then civil engineers rout met > go tiehue th* cl tv s planning t>oaid and .*gi«-e to do sjteeifie things sUi f inclusion of rights «*t A..y easement descriptions and other SJM**-itu i flanges ur amend Sc** CISD Haqt* ? Frank Smith and craft (Photo by Deryl Clark) ;