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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 2, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas ir Compromise reached Continued From Page 1A off California you affect anyone llvlflg up there youre denying them access to resident David Bishop But only on living thefe dont drive through the park on weekends now because of the Simon Aft alternate route down the hill to Ffederlcksburg by way of Kentucky Boulevard and Ohio would only take an extra eighttenths of Simon i We all have consider our primary which is to protect the Were all going to have to make some board member Edward Badouh himself said the gate wouldnt change his weekend driving They dont have to put a barrier up there for On certain weekends I I have to go all the way Im happy but some of my neighbors Im just scared some kid will run through in front of my Badouh Other residents continued to press for access through the park from the California and were joined by Eberhard and My wife told me to keep my mouth Rogers A while ago we experimented with some park ideas and stirred up a number of I think thats Rogers said the board should consider some relief to hill residents whose main route to town would be Haas took the opposite Im violently opposed to through traffic in the I dont live on the hill I live in the old part of on Napoleon You cant determine the hazard by driving You have to get out and And walking is a gamble the traffic comes down California Boulevard entirely too 1 remember the park before it was It was much more Of there werent as many and it was much easier to keep the park I dont know if well be able to go back to those days I rather doubt he Haas said he liked the plan as it Im in favor of stopping traffic or at least doing something to reduce the traffic Were sacrificing too much of the park for Haas Prazer suggested the CaliforniatoFredericksburg con and it met with no objections just a caution that the proposed location just east of the California Boulevard bridge over the springs would endanger a large oak when the motion to accept the plan was made and approved a recommendation that council build the road in a way that wouldnt interfere with that oak tree was Soviet media attacks increase MOSCOW AP Soviet press attacks on Polands independent labor movement are getting harsher after months of official attempts to play down the unrest in the neighboring communist President Leonid Brezhnev expressed confidence after a meeting with Stanislaw the new chief of the Polish Communist that the Poles would be able to solve their labor problems on their an official report said at the But Soviet government sources admitted privately to Westerners that many Kremlin officials believe the Polish situation threatens the existence of the Soviet system in Eastern Taking stock NEW YORK AP Alcoa Am Atrlin Am Motors Armcolnc AtlRichfl s Beth Steel Boeing s Borden Brit Pet Burlngt Iiul CaterpTr Celanesc Chrysler CitiesSvc 04 9 47 27A 37 25 43 18 61 02 G 03 4 46 39 72 27 37 25 Va 43 18 61 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4 64 56 a 27 4 64 2QVa 37 55 26 64 20Va 38 i 56 to 26 Res Un Carbide UnPacCp s Uniroyal US Steel Westgh El Xerox 49 87 514 22 29 87 V4 5 22 29 16 48 87 Mi 5 22 29 62 I Natural Gas The Original Family Natural gas ranges arc the key ingredient for eventemperature And they use less 1 2V times less than the electric So keep a lid on your energy Cook with the original family recipe natural NATURAL THE ORIGINAL ENERGY Oak Run plan due for vote The Planning and Zoning Commission tonight will consider approving a master plan for Oak Run a 390acre project straddling the city limits along Highway 46 and Loop The meeting will be held at 7 at City The commission approved rezoning a 39acre portion of Oak within the city from R2 single and two family district to Cl local business disctrict at its 12 Approval of the Oelkers Acres master and a subdivision plat for that located at Oelkers Drive and Highway Band boosters meet tonight Members of the New Braunfels Band Booster Club are reminded of a meeting tonight at in the band hall at New Braunfels High For more information about the call Dan Gansky at Weather 16A Forecast Comal County weather will be windy and cold through tonight with increasing cloudiness tonight and The high today will be near 60 with a low in the low Wednesdays high is expected to be in the lower 60s with increasing Gusty winds will be out of the north at 1525 mph diminishing There is a wind advisory in effect for area lakes Temperatures This mornings low was Yesterdays high was Lake level Canyon Lake level was feet this compared to yesterdays level of River flows As of Monday the Guadalupe River flow was 251 cubic feet per The Comal River was flowing at 274 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Temperatures dropped today as a cold front moved southward across The front was located early today along a line from Texarkana southwestward to Austin and then to the Guadalupe Pass area of Southwest Forecasts called for clear skies and colder temperatures over all but extreme East There was no mention of Highs were to be mostly in the 50s and 60s although readings were to be in the 40s in Northwest Texas and near 80 in extreme South Lows were to be in the 20s over much of northern part of the by early MM NUTHEA 101 45 Mtw Tixn7IIM PNONt UM17I about Its a favorite word Action action sports and even action And what about action insurance Take some action and lets talk about the WOODMEN OF THE WORLD LIFE INSORANCE SOCIETY HOME OFFICE NEBRASKA The FAMILY Wickes Lumber A Division of The Wickes Corporation RlSi onn When You Know You Know How December ALL DOITYOURSELFERS are invited to attend a FREE CLINIC at Wickes Lumber and Building Materials Store at New from to This is one in a series of clinics on Home Improvement This class will show DoltYourselfers how to reroof your It will show you how to estimate or calculate the amount of materials needed to complete your Two methods of roof ing will be studied the one involving the removal of old roofing material 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