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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas HmM-Zmttung New Braunfels, Texas    Thursday. March it, 1987    Page    3 Schertz Parkway expansion readied Exchange students are Michael Deitz Lou Ann, Schriever Janalyn Moos and Gus Chile* They plan to leave in June for a tour week visit in Braunfels Germany Photo Dy Leslie Kriewaldt Four students plan Braunfels visit Hill Tart chairman of the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce partnership committee W«*dnest1a> announced the names of the* four students selected for this Near s stu dent I- vc han^i* Program with Braunfels Herman) HuM'hilek IT is the son of Mr and Mr' VSillti c hi cs He s ,t junior a* i ans on High si h»»>l and a member of the Nat Iona Honor s*« lets Junior Historian'' and the Herman » Jut He i" al** a student trainer for all '^mrt' at ( an> on Janulvn NU", lh i*> tiw daughter of Mr and Mrs Vrnold Mi***- She ' a sophomore .it i ans tin Higi sehont arni serve* or the student cs Him ii Mini' is .! n.fl’.N- <? tic t arn'ti High s, hiM>t Hand the T>xa' XsvHiation of F ut lire f slue .ttt»r' and the- Herman« lub M ic lute !*«■ !.* . 7 rn 'he son of Mr and Mr' Paul Is He ' a un,or at New Braunfels High s, fun and I*- a merni* t *f tfie National Honor st* ie t\ Mu \lpha Theta Polka Bai I J a.. Band the Herman t lub science i iuh and ot)mpic s of the M.nd la»u \nn St hnewer IT is ttn daughter of Mr and Mr' » harles sc fir WH et SN* i** a junior at Ne* Braunfels High st fH«ol and is a men i**r of th* student count'll and < >et matt I tut) There are tout alternate', tor the trip Michael H.teekt-r t is a supt tumor e at c ans on High hehunt He is tfit* M*n of Mr and Mi' Kaiph Hats ker and is av fist in t H the i a nsott High ScHand arui the stu dent c outic ti Mel roc Koehler f . is a sophomore at » ans on High sehonI He is the s..ii ut Mr and Mis Mels in ami U active in FT \ and the t alison Htg? Sc hool Hand Melissa Hading IT is the daughter ti! Mr arid Mi" Nelson Hading sin is a juniot at New Braunieis and is a memtiei ut {fit student council the National Honor Soc ie-s Herman ( tut* and I nicortis in Vc lion Hading is also at tut in Hot>ii s Interac t and the Luther I a-ague Jessica Schlender lh is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Daniel Schlender she is a sophomore at Net* Braunfels High school and is a memtter "I the Herman Glut* Ness Braunfels High svfittoi Marching Hand and Concert Band arni the Junior \ ar site Tennis Team lad adnoun* ed tentative plans for the local students to lease for Her mans n earls June* and return to N« a Braunfels four weeks later Vs n previous seis funds for the local students round trip air fare will tie pf sided bv the Wurst fest \wx id Hon i arrent \ plans call for the four exchange students from Braunfels Hermans to come to Ness Braunfels * her the fttur lo< a students return fn*n. Herman) f earls Juls I ne it rmai students    stay with their « .I n.f't families    ir four weeks ’hen the) atli return to Herman) just tietore ti t s return to m hooi on Vug \ total of I* students from I anson .if f Ne* Braunfels se bt xii $ filetl app nations for the 'summer Kx c hange Program \ applicants had to eithet fie taking * »errnan in st hool a al reads has* a bask know ledge of • .erman itefore the) t ouid appl) Menders oi tm committee gave cons.iteration to applicants matun tv respon> f'ilits scholastic achieve 'lien! st.-., i it i/eiiship language it’ t\ ari l jHTsonai appearance Die selections were made follow fig interviews aith the finalists and Uh ; J. tief's I art rioted that the seas t on ut tilt tour students was nut al. t ass fa-k 'Hit t .ill tit the finalists fold outstand!! g ccredentials arui all a, .,d tiaNe f‘eel got* I represen tat Ives of New Braunfels The student F sc flange Program has ;*ft: a project of the* chamber s Partnership Committee since four stutlents a ere se I ex'feel in IHT? The* W lustiest Vssuc iation fias tteen sup pts mg tile ruvessars funds for the round trip air fate lot the four leu a1 students selected annually since 1977 New Braunfels man gets 10-year sentence V 3* seal tild New Hi aludels man received b> .years in the lex.ts Department «*! Corrections in state district court Tuesday fin the sexual assault Kist st*ar of a ft*«*n >ige girl Hector Manuel «»f 14# hem St w as sentenced on tin fir st degree felorn charge tis Judge i harles fLirnsas of tfie J-hid district court Kosas a tis prosecuted h\ \ssistant District Vttoi ne) Bruce Boyer Hosas wits sc*ntenced following his plea of guilts Kosas alleged!) assaulted a la sear old girl last Vugust 13 at a trailer park in the juno blink of In let state I i h ast Tube Chute concessionaire hopefuls submit proposals Bt DAV IO MAY frlaft Wr lier \ New Braunfels Cit) Hall this week tfceived four proposals from in #viduul* and private firms in Crested in managing the cit) owned Prince Solms Park Tube* ( Mute The proposals were opened Wednesday shortly after the 2 p rn Submittal deadline though details of proposals were not disclosed Pro posais were submitted bs Lairs Wetue! and David Schoenvogel. Br ail McAllister, and Hilliard Hampton Another proposal was accepted lo minutes after the deadline from New Braunfels Resorts By JOHN KASTNER Correspondent A large crowd witnessed the city of Schertz turn a dream that began just 15 months ago into reality Tuesday morning as city officials, developers and special guests turned earth for a proposed 2.5 mile Schertz Parkway Road. The construction phase of the project. according to City Manager Jimmy Gilmore, has put the city of Schertz in a milestone situation — this project, tabbed at nearly $1 million, is the highest-ranking project Schertz has ever endeavored In addition to making more than 500 acres of adjoining undeveloped land accessible, the road evenutally will be extended by the city of Schertz to create another connection between Interstate 35 and Interstate IO northeast and east of San Antonio, according to Don Ryden. who is with the Larry Thomas Co., one of the developers of the parkw ay According to Hyden the developer-financed portion of Schertz Parkway will begin on Interstate 35 North just east of lx>okout Houd and will continue south to Maske Road The developers will building the initial two lanes measuring 30 feet wide and costing about SI million That portion should open in 12 to 18 months Ryden told the large crowd that had gathered When traffic war rants the city of Schertz plans to widen the road to 8* feet or five lanes He continued bs stressing. "A plat ting fee on adjacent land will finance the widening work and restrictive zoning covenants will protect the en s ironment along the parkw as For the past 15 months a commit tee of city officials and landowner*-has worked to set development st an (lards including zoning land us*' and general restrictive covenant' to assure the aesthetic quality of the development According to Hyden. Schertz plans to extend the parkway south to Live Oak Road about a year after the first portion opens "Eventually, the city plans to extend the road southeast past TH to Interstate IO bs wav of FM 1518 The Texas Department of Highway*, and Public Transportation. along with widening Interstate 35 will build an overpass for the parkwa\ and an entrance ramp off Interstate .5 for northbound traffic. Hyden 'aid Both Schertz Mayor Earl sawyer and Gilmore stressed that there were major headaches throughout the last 15 months in obtaining the proper rights to 't*\erai parcels of lands but landowners and Schertz officials managed to cut through any red tape Developers will construct and prorate the costs of certain portions of the raod through non participants' land Among the participating developers and landow ners MB Properties represented by Dr James Benedict which owns one acre at the southwest corner of In terstate 35 and the parkway I Jo Partnership which owns a 41 acre commercial development plans a spur road south of the parkway on Interstate 35 to the parkway through an existing mobile home park site Schertz 93 Ltd owner of 288 acres w here the Larry Thomas Co is developing 64 acres for commercial projects 40 acres for multi family housing. 63 acres for light industrial and 350 single-family homesites Morton Southwest Co . whose Sagemont development will include 25 acres along parkway for business use the remaining portion to be developed into more than 500 homes Live Oak Ltd w hich owns more than 40 acres of commercial and general business use as well as mixed use development including residential sites Live Oak Subdivision s five participating landowners are paving the cost to construct the parkway through that subdivision Marion Chief resigns after suspension Council will decide whether to con tract with one of th** four proposals or lo have the cit) retain responsibility at tile March 23 meeting Council can iceept or reject any anil all pro posais Hampton is the former cooees Mona I re who managed the water recreational facility since 1978 His least* winch was effective through 1992. was terminated by City Manager Joe Michie in February following disagreement over in surance responsibility and entitle merit to gloss revenues The park will open Easter weekend B. JOHN KAiTNfcH Correspondent Former Marion Police Chiel Mike Fart who was suspended from the department with pas after allegedly treating a 29 sear old man ha' 'Ub nutted his resignation Reasons for Karl s» resignation are unknown The resignation came just a week atter numerous Marion residents voiced concern and said the) heticv ed txith the mayor and cit) officials handled the entire Earl suspension extremely poorly Neither tile mayor nor city officials ha' issued ar.) statements concern mg the F eh 2 * incident and would r.«.’ confirm rumors that Earl had a violent ordeal with a man following a traffic accident V complaint i irculaled through the office of Guadalupe County Distract Bud Kirkendall stated thai Earl had tie at en a Marion man during the oKirM* of an arrest \ search with police records in dilated Earl wa' called to tilt* sti.i-of an accident approximately one mile east of Marion on F M > when .. car had struck a telephone pole The police report ended bs saving that no one was at the scene ut the a. cident Earl later arrested one cut jet t approximately one mile from ti • accident site V rejH»rt later issued bv tile l>epart merit of Public Safety resealed that one of its troopers had arrested a m cond man who was later identified a> the driver of the car VII reports have been confirmed as of late Monday afternoon In lek Baile) 29 of Marion was ar rested and charged with public tutus leat ion assault on a peace officer resisting arrest and !ea\ mg the scene of an accident He had tiecn freed after posting bond totaling $ 7 * Sources at Guadalupe Valley Hospital rn Seguin confirmed that Hailey had been confined to the hospital for three days aftet being treated for multiple contusions in the neck and abdomen In a telephone conversation late Tuesday afternoon Earl admitted tit had struck Baile) in the chest once after he Earl had tveen kic ked hit and bitten while attempting to make the arrest He declined further com rnent In a discussion Tuesday Marion t its Attorney Hubert Raetzsch said Tile cit) wants to keep a vers low profile on a matter such as this because of the damage it can do to a law officer s reputation even if he is found innocent t iara Hecker has seen better days in the tiny town of Marion during tile 4u sears she has lived there She doesn't agree with Haet/sch Becket said she believes the mayor and city officials acted in bad taste You con demn one person and protect the other, when both parties were equal Is at fault,’ she said SARAHDUKE does her homework on the Education Page in theCibolo chief to join Bexar County DA B. JOHN KASTNER Correspondent Cibolo city officials may soon be looking for a new police chief i lbolo ( its i ouncti members accepted the resignation of former Ponce Chief Hugo Acker maim at their regular meeting Tuesday night V. cording to i J bolo Mayor Dan nit Bishop Vt kermann resigned bis po'! et its live March 15 to ac ept a position a> an investigator wlib the Bexar Counts District Vt tomes s office Vckermann cited money pro hlems ,i' another reason for leas mg he said he had asked council for a pay raise which council turn ed dow n Vckermann had held his post for almost one year Bishop told count ti a discussion on filling the position will be on tap at the next scheduled meeting Cibolo currently employs two patrolmen and a police chief Bishop said the council may opt not to hire a new chiel and simply hire an additional patrolman Vckermann was not available for comment on his re'i gnat ion Tuesday night and wa' contacted early Wednesday morning but refused comment feet when cit) elections roll around on April 4 We no doubt need a change most of us are pretty fed up with the was city officials are playing cat and mouse and we certainly do not need a >econd Watergate cover up here in Marion. Becker said sure we’ve got a problem along EM 78.” Latsch said However, the speeding problem can be controlled without hurting someone It’s just a shame a town ake Marion has to be the victim of bad publicity Latsch said Most people just don't forget something like thi' Mal vir Latsch who live' just out side Hic city limits of Marion t**m*ves the Feb 2 ordeal wasn t the only time suet. an incident took place l ilt* may ai should have issued a statement to the residents of the situation at hand he jus! completely locked tin* door Latsch said Both Becker and Latsch said they t**lieve flu* incident will have an tFOUND MONEY • WW ll tv ach! Kkn JAPANESE -it J GEHMAN wa* - V . *    ;    t.:$    •    sets Turn 'n FCH NO MONEY ■ *    ”    ”    •    vl.a'r C VMI T* .- weekend we w... pc someone situ know * . • . .    r    ; r.aVe n I been >4'stied with previous tiers > tij.* u' Y .’U are Hi * unde* any .'bilithon ai! replies are contidentia. and We haw no Political I onneitioiis we arc just CO! ll Cl DKS N ’* . ; a I WE ARE PAYING CASH JAPANESE SWORDS GERMAN ANO JAPANESE RIFLES PISTOLS PERSONAL ITEMS OF HITLER GOERING ETC GERMAN DAGGERS SWORDS GERMAN MEDALS BADGES GERMAN UNIFORMS HATS HELMETS GERMAN SS ITEMS GERMAN EMBROIDERED FLAGS Up to S 7 500 OO Up to S 2 500 OO Up to SIO OOO OO Up to S 2 500 OO Up to S 1 OOO OO Up to S 970 OO Up to S I 500 OO Up to S 2 OOO OO mn Tinmen We are plying b.> k prices We also need Germar IL stein- Tapaestry W’Wl .terns Spiked Helmets tu I S WW Pilot Wine* Pai.r. Collections Fighting knives Et. japans Match lock Guns Medals L’niiorms Etc We bu* firearm' made prior to Id45 NO C-rrer* Pf ’ r' car- W hold a Federal Firearms loc Guns must be I \LOADED and .ase.; *r wrap ped We do not buy ordinance machine guns or st .en proper’s3 DAYS ONLY - BRING TO: Sat., Sun., Mon. Marnot Hotel March 21. 22 & 23 611 NW Loop 410 9 OO a rn - 6 OO p m Jettery J Roth San Antonio 512/340-6060 Herald-Ztitung i nun,#*ro' v®****11 so»•••»•«»••BRING IT ALL - WE BUY IT ALL New Braunfels area residents it the distance is too tar to travel or *ou are busy call us at the Marriott on the above dates I will make ar ranqements to be at the Hobday Inn in New Br auntels on Tuesda v it aHvrald-Zeitung (LISPS 377 800! 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