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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 2A New Braunfels March CISD prepares to observe Public Schools Week Public Schools Week will be observed Monday through Friday at all nine Comal ISD offering a host of special Students and teachers at Goodwin Primary School will offer an open house when activities begin at 7 with a group meeting in the school A video called Ready or Here I will be directed to parents of fiveor sixyearolds whose children are having difficulty in Parents will also have time to visit their childs teacher and classroom at A special invitation for lunch has been issued to grandparents of all Goodwin children on reservations must be made by 9 on Students will be conducting tours of Frazier Elementary School and showing samples of their work at a Monday open house from In classrooms will be open for visitation all Bulverde Elementary School will host a Learning Fair Tuesday from sponsored by the ParentTeacher Students will work samples and demonstrations in language physical art and At Bulverde Middle there will be an open house and a corttinuatiort of the Lear ning Fair Tuesday from Comal Elementary School will host an open house Thursday from Parents and patrons will be able to visit each classroom that and any other time during the school day all But visitors wanting to eat lunch in the school cafeteria are asked to call the school at 6259514 by 9 or send a note to school with the Special days have been designated for each grade level at Mountain Valley Elementary and Middle School for parents to visit and have lunch with their The schedule is Monday from to for kindergarten and first grade Tuesday from for second and third grade Wednesday from for fourth and fifth grade and Thursday from for seventh and eighth Those planning to have lunch at school need to make a reservation in advance by calling 9643755 or In addition to the special Mountain Valley parents and CISD patrons are invited to visit the school anytime between 8 and this Canyon Middle School students will host an open house Tuesday from where parents will follow their childs schedule and meet each one of their childs Refreshments will be courtesy of the ParentStudentTeachers Organization during the lunch period portion of the schedule Tuesday CMS officials have also invited New Braunfels Police Felix Roque to be on hand Tuesday night to give a talk on drugs to parents and An open house at the Smithson Valley High School campus will begin at 7 Thursday when band and choir members perform in the commons At the program will begin and parents will par ticipate in their childrens daily class Every teacher will be on hand for the open and each department will have displays of the students Refreshments will also be Canyon High School will also welcome parents and patrons to visit students and teachers in the classroom this week to ob serve Public Schools Pipeline company plans town meeting Ru I II I I AM Public records By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer A town meeting with a pipleline company that has planned a crude oil through Comal County is set for Tuesday in the Civic Representatives of the All American Pipeline Company will be at the Commissioner Jumbo Evans made arrangements with the company to come and answer citizens questions on the project when he had been contacted by concerned The company agreed to pay for the meeting The company plant to carry a high sulfured crude in a 30inch heated pipeline from Santa to Freeport and plans to cross the recharge zone of the Edwards Many people have ex pressed including officials with the Edwards Underground Water over whether the crude could get into the ground Company representatives will address the Edwards Underground Water District 10 the same day to answer some of their Both rumors and factual in formation have surfaced in the public debate over the pipeline some of both have come from knowledgeable sources on both sides of the Many will raise legitimate questions about the possibility of an oil spill getting into surface such as the Guadalupe River it crosses the Guadalupe immediately on the other side of the Comal Guadalupe county line and ground water such as the Trinity and Ed wards In the environmental impact statement required by the Bureau of Land Management the document states the impact of the pipeline on ground and surface water to be significant even after mitigating measures are The mitigating measures are con struction and surveillance techniques that minimize the impact by about Citizens have been concerned that the pipeline would smell none of the information indicates that the pipeline will be The en vironmental impact statement shows no vents and lists no significant air quality Kyle part owner of Questor Pipeline Guadalupe Cattle and Guadalupe Realty wKbse land the pipeline said there was a possibility that the pipeline would build a tank farm where they plan the Seguin pump If that happens the smell from the hot sulfured oil Would make us into another And with the prevailing wind direction toward San Marcos in the that would do a lot of good for the tourist McAlister a man well aquainted with the oil Tank farms are put in places where the oil needs to be stored while it is waiting to be shipped For instance a tank farm might be planned at McCamey where some crude will be sent down the Rancho pipeline directly to the Houston or at where some might be loaded on tankers to go to refineries in Mississippi or Seguin has no other crude oil pipelines and certainly is not a See Page 3A Arts commission to discuss room tax Last City Council agreed to give the Arts and Cultural Commission 20 percent of its collection from the local hotelmotel room occupancy Another 5 percent of the tax was designated for the citys two the Sophienburg and the Museum of Texas Handmade Fur To help do Council added 2 cents to the local 4cent The new allocation for the arts is more than the Arts Commission as it had asked for a total of 15 percent for the arts with 2 percent of that going to the Tuesday the Commission will discuss the distribution of its share of the room Before the Councils 28 which will be approved in ordinance form New Braunfels hotel guests paid 8 cents per dollar in room tax with the state and city each collecting 4 Of the local the city of New Braunfels got 10 the arts got 10 and the convention and tourist fund of the Chamber of Commerce got 80 The additional 2 cents added to the tax must all go toward the direct attraction of according to state The remaining 4 cents will give 20 percent to the 20 percent to the 5 percent the and 55 percent to the Chamber of At a 24 the Arts Commission tentatively agreed to give room tax revenue to nine groups Comal Independent Mens MidTexas German Folk New Braunfels Art Greater New Braunfels Arts Circle Arts Braunfels Foundation the Sophienburg and Texas Junior Commission chairman Mike Walker said if the Commission got more money than there were two The Com mission could add more or give more money to the groups already tentatively agreed Tuesdays meeting begins at in City Hall council BIRTHS McKenna Memorial Hospital and Glenn 266 7 6 Jim and Tyra 1488 Sleepy Hollow 7 Michael and Angelia Route Box New 7 and Manual 968 7 7 Adrian and Patricia 765 7 2 Gerald and Kathryh 1565 Highway 81 East 9 John and Phyllis 2610 Pebble San 6 14 March Robert and Jannis 185 Rifle Universal 7 3 March Michael and Rebecca 225 7 1 March Rudy and Irene Route Box Rush New 7 9 March Raymond and Sylvia 760 Simon 9 7 March Michael and Lori Route Box 695 New 5 6 March Gilbert and Sylvia 282 6 13 March Outoftown Born to and Russell Cleghorn of 1557 an 8 1 Hays Memorial Hospital in San Marcos on March MARRIAGES County Clerks Office David Paniagua Garcia and Santa Clara Richard Donald Tetrault and Jerri Ann Richard Dewitt and Bar bara Daniel Juan Manuel Moreno and Judith Roland Oscar Grider and Dora Alicia CONVICTIONS County CourtatLaw Ron presiding judge Michael Joseph 187 Driving While Intoxicated sentenced to three days in jail with credit for time drivers license suspended for one and a Kenneth Edward Harris 146 Shady West 60 days in probated for two and a Preston Lee 6058 Hope San 60 days in probated for two and a Wayland Colbert Star Route Box Canyon drivers license three days in jail with and a Paul Jace 1407 resisting 60 days in probated for one ordered to complete and pay full restitution and a Calendar of Events Government Comal County Commissioners 10 Commissioners City Council City Hall Council Comal ISD CISD Administrative Arts and Cultural Commission City Hall Council Edwards Underground Water District 10 District San llf you would like to announce your groups activities in the call us at 6259144 or send us a notice to Drawer New Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 day before Deadline for Sunday editions is c lassifiedj is sure to measure up 6259 U4 Weather ttoraldZeitung USPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX 78131 Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave KramerGeneral Manager Claude Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Robert Charles Borman Advertising Cheryl McCampbell Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David Editor Patricia YznagaKing Wire Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas 3 months 6 one year Mail outside Texas 6 one year Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New TX Edward Jones STAN CUNNINGHAM Present Tax Free Investing A Public Seminar On Tax Free Provided Stan Cunningham MliiitiH Nn Vort KU UnMv IMUWH Kwlv OxpnwKi Date 31385 Time Place NBNB Center North 1000 Walnut Required 6290055 Edward Jones Stan Ci ningham 1000 Walnut Suite F New 78130 DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Moses Fifth Carl Schurz Texas weather 69 Cloudy skies and gentle southerly winds dominated the Texas weather picture A weak frontal boundary stretched from near Longview to triggering several isolated showers in the northeast corner of the North of the temperatures cooled into the The National Weather Service said afternoon highs in the Panhandle were only in the while readings in the 70s were common in South The weather service was calling for a chance of patchy fog and drizzle in the early morning hours on Sunday and partly cloudy and warmer temperatures through The forecast for North Texas called for partly cloudy through Monday with highs Sunday ranging from 77 to 80 and lows Sunday night ranging from 65 to The weather service said highs Monday were expected to range from 81 to Forecasters said South Texas could also expect partly cloudy skies through with overnight tows expected to be in the 60s and highs Sunday and Monday expected to be in the upper 70s to near In West partly cloudy and warmer weather was predicted through Highs Sunday and Monday were expected to range from the middle 70s in the north and the mountains to near 90 in the Big Bend Lows Sunday night were expected to 60s and Extended forecasts Tuesday Thursday NORTH TEXAS Warm with a chance of thunderstorms Tuesday and Partly cloudy and cooler Lows ranging from the upper 40s to upper 50s Monday and Tuesday will cool into the 40s by Highs in the 80s Monday and Tuesday will cool by Wednesday to range lrom the upper 60s to upper SOUTH TEXAS Considerable late night and morning cloudiness with partly cloudy af ternoons through Cooler north Wednesday night and most sections Thur Lows Tuesday and Wednesday from near 60 north to near 70 Lows Thursday from the 50s north to near 70 Highs Tuesday and Wednesday from the upper 70s north to mid 80s Highs Thursday from the lower 70s north to near 80 south Texas temperatures highs and precipitation for the 24 hours ending at 7 Lo Hi Abilene 56 Alice 66 Alpine 48 Amarillo 46 Austin 63 Bmont PtArthr 66 Beeville 65 Brownsville 67 BryanClgStion 65 Childless 51 Corpus Christi 65 Dalhait 43 Dallas 61 Del Rio 64 El Paso 54 Fort Worth 57 Galveston 61 Hondo 62 Houston 65 Junction 60 Kingsville 65 Laredo 64 Longview 62 Lubbock 47 Lufkin 58 Marfa 41 McAllen 67 MidlandOdessa 57 Palacios 65 Presidio m San Angelo 61 San Antonio 63 57 Stephenville 58 Texarkana 61 Victoria 66 Waco 63 Wichita Falls 54 Wink 55 82 75 56 79 82 000 82 83 81 62 000 75 65 82 75 75 82 75 69 77 78 76 OJDO 82 81 86 70 Brought To You MBankNew Braunfels A Momentum Bank Box 451 Main New Texas 78130 Member MPACT and
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