New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 26, 1985, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

February 26, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 26, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Weather '-'v DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Carlos Martinez, Fifth Grade, Carl Schurz Texas A cold front nudged into the Texas Panhandle early today, but weather forecaster* said little Change in the mild weather would be obvious elsewhere High temperatures today were expected to be in the 40s in the Panhandle but rn the 60s and 70s elsewhere across the state High clouds were common across the state this morning A few low clouds dotted the lower Rio Grande Valley Otherwise dense fog reduced visibilities to one had a' mile or ess at times rn the southeast, where a travelers advisory remained in effect A light south wind breezed most of the state, although southwesterly winds of 10 mph were reported in parts of West Texas Predawn temperatures were generally rn the 40s and 50s Cooler 30 degree readings were confined to the northern Panhandle and far West Texas At 4 am, temperatures ranged from 38 at Amarillo to 59 at Brownsville Texas forecasts north TEXAS Pair and coof tonight Lows tonight 35 northwest ti 45 tout''ant* Highs Wednesday 57 to 63 SOUTH TIXAS Cloudy tonight with a chance of light ram or avowals Cloudy and cooler Wednesday with a chance of showers LOWS tonight in the tow 40$ hill country to neat 60 tower coast Highs Wednesday mainly in th# upper 50s end 60$ WEST TEXAS Cloudy and cooler tonight Scattered ram south and wast Wednesday Lows tonight mid 70s Panhandle near 30 South Plums rangmg to mid 40s extreme south Highs Wednesday 50s north and 60s south The Nation Gusty winds whipped up snow and combined with falling temperatuies to produce rugged conditions rn Wyoming, the Dakotas and Minnesota today, while ram was widespread from the mid Atlantic Coast mto the Deep South Snow was ‘slimy across much of Colorado where up to 6 inches was expected rn the mountains Wyoming the Dakotas and northern Minnesota had scattered snow gusty winds and farling temperatures many lh the Single digits and taeris Fog was widespread early today from southern Kentucky to the Guff of Mexico Today s ‘oracast caked for ram over the mid Atlantic Coast states the Carolinas northern Georgia and the northern Pac fie Coast Highs were expected lo be rn the 20s to ids from the Rockies to the upper Great Lakes and in northern Maine rn the 60s to 70s across California the desert Southwest southern and eastern Texas the central Guff Coast states and the south' Atlantic Coast states and rn the low 80s over much of Florida Temperatures around the nation at 2 S rn EST ranged from 3 degrees below zero at Yellowstone Wyo to 74 at Key West Fla Texas temperatures Tuesday Might to** sihI pise ipitation to* tna 24 boult anding st 6 a IT CST Hi LO Ppn Abl Isn# 67 50 OOO Austin 69 47 OOO Beaumont eon Arthur 67 51 006 Brownsville 68 56 OOO Corpus Christi 67 51 OOO Dallas 63 52 OOO El Paso 64 35 OOO Houston 68 48 OOO Laredo 72 57 OOO Midland Odessa TO 41 OOO San Antonio 69 46 OOO Wink 73 38 OOO Brought To You By...... I Ha MBonkNew Braunfels A Momentum Bank P. O. Box 451 Mala PUxo, Now Brxunlelx. Toxox 781J0 512/625-8501. Member MCorp. MPACT end FPIC. Seeking a classy city Council members want only 'clean' industries By DANA STELL Staff writer They want only clean industries in town, and City Council members Monday took a step toward putting that feeling into the zoning code. Council met Monday night with the Planning and Zoning Commission to begin “cleaning up” the zoning classification list to allow only clean, labor-intensive industries. The groups also talked about the possibility of regulating billboard placement. “I am violently opposed to us dictating to the people what they can build, how they can build,” said councilmember Joe Rogers. “If we don’t want them in New Braunfels, then let’s Just take them off the list.” Rogers also said Monday that he is opposed to “trying to tell people where they can put signs” on their own property. Council directed the study of both a revised    industrial    zoning classification and a new billboard ordinance to the Planning and Zoning Commission. Among the types of Industry Council suggested be removed from the zoning classification list are rendering plants, tar distillation and manufacturing plants, steel furnaces, and plants that manufacture asphalt, disinfectant, insecticides or tar. Councilmember Betty Lou Rushing pointed out that the city is “not antidevelopment,” but simply should “establish and maintain that uniqueness, that touch of class, that is New Braunfels.” Fellow councilmember James Goodbread echoed her sentiment. “We don’t want to encourage obnoxious industries in this area,” he said. “We want to make it easier for you to expand so you don’t have to come in here every time.” Coleman Industries manager Randy Kuntz and directors of three other FM 306 industries drafted a proposed zoning classification for light and heavy industry (M-l and M-2). Several things were added to the M-l category, such as fiberglas use and bulk storage and warehousing, so Coleman and other industries could remain in that classification and expand, without having to be changed to M-2. Kuntz and officials of Detex and Tempflex also recommended that land adjacent to the industrial park be zoned C-l (local business) to serve as a buffer between the industries and residential property. “I vr^uldn’t want to build a house right next to industry and it helps me to know people won’t be so close,” Kuntz said. Mayor Barbara Tieken suggested updating some of the allowed uses in the zoning list to reflect the concerns of the Edwards Aquifer, such aa. underground storage tanks for service stations. She also suggested that any proposed M-l uses that aren’t specifically spelled out in the list ba presented to the Planning and Zoning Commission, along with approval from the appropriate state agendas, including the air control board and Edwards board. Planning and Zoning Commission plans to review the zoning classifications at the April meeting and will present information to Council in May. Meanwhile, the Commission will ba clarifying its views on a touchy iasua that is to be the subject of a March 4 workshop between the Commission and City Council. Members of Planning and Zoning Commission were asked to review several sample ordinance regulating billboards and come back to Council perhaps with suggestions about a possible ordinance. “It’s a matter of that touch of class that New Braunfels has to keep our community from being Uke every other community,” Rushing said. “I would hate to see us so inundated with signs — tacky, tacky — that we lose sight of our beautiful Hill Country.” Tieken said the city’s economy is supported by $35 milUon worth of tourist dollars per year. “That’s nothing to sneeze at,” she said. “We don’t bring them in here to look at our billboards. We bring them in here to look at the attractive beauty of New Braunfels. We’re looking at a multi-million doUar industry that we’ve got to be very careful not to mess up.” Planning and Zoning commissioners will meet with Council about billboards at 6 p m. March 4. Its actual grand opening wi Saturday, but New Braunfe National Bank had plenty i guests in attendance {top phot for its VIP party last Thursda Left, bank president T.L. Walk and his wife greet P.K. Stu bletield, chairman of the boa of Victoria Bankshares, the loc bank's holding company. »RANf IS BRIDES Mf RAID/H1U5 025-9144 Want to buy or scil ’ Drop a line in the HERALD CLASSIFIEDS Bank openingCanyon Middle band members return home with medals Fifty seventh- and eighth-grade band members from Canyon Middle School attended an invitational solo and ensemble contest held recently at New Braunfels High School. CMS students took 16 superior solo medals and nine superior ensemble medals. Those students receiving a superior solo rating were Usa Ball, Jill Grimes, Melissa Myers, Joanna (Jester, Patricia McGarity, Sandra Wier, and Rene Castilleja. Also, David Jones, Lori Hurt, Randall Vetter, John Paul Lugo, Randy Smallwood, Melroy Koehler, Austin Rich, Michael Wittier and Jan Moos. Winning superior ensemble medals were Lisa Ball and Brooke Moehnke, duet; Janalyn Moos and Kami Schiller, duet; Dawn Gustafson and Janet Ward, duet; Patrick Manley and Brian Syainken, duet; Melroy Koehler and Kevin Logan, duet. Also, Ann-Terese Matschek, Lee Anne Norris, Joanna (Jester and Tina Smeai, quartet; Christine Foerg, Sandra Mens, Joy Salge and Terri Williams, quartet; Mary O’Keefe, Gena Thomas and Elizabeth Tschatschula, trio; and Jeff Barganier, Rene Castilleja, Dana Fournier and Kasey Smith, quartet. Ten solos and three ensembles earned an excellent rating. Solo winners were Brooke Moehnke, Kathy Dietert, Jan Moos, Heather Childers, Jon Pelzl, Chris Reger, Patrick Manley, Tracey Schulz and Adam Dudley. Ensembles winning excellent ratings were Michael Haecker and Lyman Skolaut, duet; Wade Ikels, Keith Kohlenberg and Steven Summers, trio; and Eddie Hubertus, John Paul Lugo, Randy Smallwood and Michael Wittier, quartet. The CMS band directors are Roy Haag and Rebecca Hendricks. Calendar of events NBHS PT A meeting reset New Braunfels High School’s FT'A meeting and Club Night, originally sceduled for tonight has been changed to Thursday because of tonight’s playoff basketball game. The PTA meeting will begin at 7 p.m. Club booths will open before and after the meeting for students to learn about the various activities available. All eighth grade students are encouraged to attend this meeting. Government New Braunfels Utilities: trustees’ meeting, «:30 p.m. Wednesday, Honors Hall. Organizations TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly): 6:30 p m Tuesday, Laurel Plaza recreation room. Comal County Democratic Club: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, First Federal Savings and Loan. Rotary Gub: noon Wednesday, Eagles Hall Ilf you would like to announce your group's activities in the newspaper, call us at 625 9144 or send us a notice to P.O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, Texas, 78131. Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 p m. the day before publication. Daad/ine for Sunday aditions is 5 pm. FridayJ au er e PepapaPHBPlNPR4PRBPB|P0Fl0l chool Now Registering For School Year 1985-1986 Students in Pre-School And Grades I Thru 8 Pre-School-March I Kinder%arten-Feb. 28 Grades I thru 8 March 23-29 Sts. Peter & Paul Parent-Teacher Club Encourages You To Seek Quality Education In A Christian Environment. Call Sts. Peter & Pauls School _625*3233 )OM##M#Moooo4M4o#ooooo<$ooeot ;

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