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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 24, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                2A New Braunfels March Port begins prison sentence Convicted murderer David Port left the Comal County Jail Friday to begin serving his 75year prison sentence for killing a Houston postal was sentenced to 75 years in the Texas Department of Corrections and fined by a threewoman jury on March 16 after a lengthy murder trial The sentence came a day after Port was found guilty of the June 7 murder of 23yearold Debora Sue who disappeared while she was delivering mail to the Ports A state prison spokesmen said Port was taken from the Comal County Jail Friday and put on a bus with Breakdance feyer Students at Lamar School Friday got some glitter fever a la Michael Students danced to his songs and dressed to his Roxanne Tristan and Summer do other prisoners for the 250mile trip to the diagnostic unit at He will spend four to five weeks at the diagnostic unit while prison officials decide which of the 26 units he will be placed in to serve his LESLIE KRIEWALD1 HERALD ZEITUiMo a thrilling imitation of the the music Another gives his body a breakdancing AilAmerican plans to avoid crossing Edwards Recharge Zone By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer AllAmerican which had proposed to route a heated crude oil pipeline through Comal has announced its intention to avoid the Edwards Aquifer recharge The action follows a public meeting with the Edwards Underground Water District board and a town meeting in New both last and the organization of citizen groups in Comal County to oppose the pipelines traversing of the recharge The route for the pipeline from McCamey to Freeport has not been established and it is possible that from McCamey the crude oil will be transported to the Gulf Coast through existing if pipeline is constructed to Freeport the route selected by AllAmerican will not cross the Edwards Aquifer recharge a statement released by Ron vice president of All An earlier statement released by Tom Loeffler said the company agreed to avoid the Edwards Aquifer No spokesperson for the company would clarify the The Beck Ranch Property Owners the first citizen group to organize against the had asked the company to chose another showing that it is a company concerned about the future of South not just financial When the company responded to the groups David Kraus All American is to be commended for joining us in protecting the drinking water of over a millon They could have fought us and even But they chose the path of the longrange wisdom not always shown in situations like Kraus also said that the group was especially pleased that even though effective legislation to protect the aquifer is not ac tually on the that on truly important the political system does Kraus was referring to the aid given by Loeffler who got the Environmental Protection Agency to look into a possible violation of the National Environmental Policy Act that prevents action on a project until the completion of an environmental impact Construction had begun on two rivers before the final EIS had been accepted and on the McCamey to Freeport alternative right of way agreements had been Also the state political and regulatory system was called into action first by Tom Edwards Underground Water Ditrict We will continue to watch what they do and see where the route Fox replied when he got the news about avoiding the recharge If they cross any part of the Edwards that we are concerned we will continue to proceed with the questions we felt were still not answered The questions about the where no crude oil refineries was one that needed to be Fox Edmund who had begun work on a bill that will set construction standards for pipelines going over sensitive ground water said the route change will not stop his work onthe Kuempel We are elated this i change in route came about and we know it was the result of the hard work of many people who took the time to investigate and dig Communities have a responsibility to look after their own welfare the represen tative Iaws cannot take the place of that And in writing this legislation we want to make sure do not but there are things that can be strengthened in the RRC permitting Tom Fox is sending me a lot of preliminary Cheryl president of the River and Action echoed what many of those opposed said It is not We have to make sure we did not just push this problem into someone elses Texas needs to make some better en vironmental Thats why we are having so much stuff dumped on Briefly CISO opens absentee voting Absentee balloting for the April 6 Comal ISO trustee election will continue through April 2 at the Central Administration Office at 1421 Highway 81 CISD business manager Abel Campos said registered voters living in CISD may cast absentee ballots at the Central Office hours are 8 to Monday through Three candidates Tom Clay Spud George and Lee Ikels have filed for the three open seats on the CISD Dog ordinance case to get jury Jury selection is expected to begin Monday morning in an appeal of a December municipal court decision that the owner of pit bull terriers violated the citys barking dog or A jury was to have been selected but the attorney for Viola Gonzales of 349 Garza asked for a rescheduling of the Municipal Court judge David Perkins ruled 10 that Gonzales violated the citys barking dog or dinance on four Perkins found Gonzales not guilty of violating the citys new ordinance prohibiting more than four adult dogs at one Neighbors had complained that Gonzales owned at least 12 noisy pit bull terriers and told City Council that the neighbors feared for their safety because the dogs were chained and not In City Council passed an emergency ordinance limited pet owners to four dogs per After the municipal court Gonzales owed four plus court Jury is expected to begin at 9 in Comal County Court at Planning and Zoning to study billboards Planning and Zoning Commission has been charged by City Council to close in on a suggestion on the regulation of signs and And Tuesday the group will hold a workshop session and talk about ways to control the placement of advertising in the Council and the Commission have twice met together and Council asked for prompt action in establishing local regulations of placement of large Planning Commission chairman David Hartmann pointed out that the Lubbock sign ordinance took a year to Councilmember Betty Lou Rushing has suggested drawing a circle ex tending from the Main Plaza inside which signs and billboards would be strictly She said persons developing billboard regulations should be mindful of What do we want for New Braunfels in the next 20 images 5 TO OFF MICRO Mini Blinds full line of window treatments available 6293966 a caste11 new braunfels The last time Council and the Planning Commission Coun cilmember Stratemann said he is reluctanct to impose a no sign He did that he favors regulation of the number of signs in one area and the quality of Hartmann and planning director Mike Shands are to have received some input from persons in the sign industry and from those concerned with outdoor advertising before Tuesdays They also are to have talked with leaders of several cities which have enacted billboard The workshop will begin at in City Hall council H0raldZeitung 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 Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Kramer General 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 Weather DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Alfonzo Fifth Carl Schurz Texas weather A highpressure mass centered over Texas on Saturday brought mostly clear skies in its and forecasters predicted generally fair conditions to prevail through A weak front stretched along the Texas coastal The National Weather Service said some high cloudiness was present over the High Plains and the upper Rio Grande High temperatures climbed into the 60s across North and West the 70s in eastern and southern sections and the 80s over the tower Rio Grande Valley and along the lower Gulf Extremes were 63 degrees at Abilene and 89 degrees at Winds were southwest to northwest through the coastal plains at 5 to 15 Winds were mostly northwest across North and South Texas with west to southwest winds blowing across western sections The weatner service sao winds gusted to near 20 mph across tre south clams and South Central Texas Generally totf and were forecast truest Mor with skies becoming Highs to reach 77 to 82 degrees Texas and the upper 70s to n sections Skies in West become partly cloudy on servi Texas forecasts North Texas Fair mud nights and warm days through Higris Sunday 71 to 79 Lows Sunday 44 to 53 Higris Monday 77 to 82 South Texas Fair to partly cloudy skies through Monday Higns Sunday mid 70s north to mid 80s south Lows Sunday night 50s north and 60s south Highs Monday upper 70s north to mid 80s south West Texas Fair through Sundav becoming partly cloudy Monday Warmer Sunday and Sunday night Highs Sunday 14 mountains and Panhandle to 88 Big Bend Lows Sunday night 39 mountains to 43 Panhandle to 52 Conchc Valley Highs Monday mid 70s mountains and Panhandle to 92 Big East Texas Sunday night ami Mori continued fair and mild Low m the middle 40s High in the upper 70s Port Arthur to Port OConnor Variable winds near 10 knots Sunday and southeast near 10 knots Sunday Seas 2 to 4 feel Sunday Port OConnor to Brownsville Winds variable in direction near 10 knots Sunday morning Southeast winds 10 to 15 knots Sunday afternoon and night Seas 2 to 4 feet Extended forecasts North A chance of Ihundersiorms Tuesday and Wednesday Lowest tern peratures rnid 40s to mid Highs mid 60s to mid 70s South Texas Considerable late night and early morning low cloudiness otherwise partly cloudy warm and Daytime highs near 80 north and east to near 90 Rio Grande plains Overnight lows near 60 north and east 60s elsewhere West Texas Mostly fair with a coolinij trend Tuesday through Thursday Windy on Panhandle near 40 cooling to upper 30s highs upper 60s to upper Permian Basin and Concha Valley lows in lower 50s to mid 40s Highs upper 70s to near 70 Far lows in the Highs mid 70s to upper Big lows 40s mountains to low 50s Highs near 80 mountains to near 90 Biy Bend Nations weather High wind buffeted the Northwest and parts of the central Rockies and high Plains on and damp weather covered many parts of the eastern half of the nation An intense Pacific storm slammed into northern Vancouver and 65 mph gusts accompanied sustained wind of 30 mph at while 45 mph gusts swept Seaside and Ore recorded 70 mph blasts and 50 mph gales hit Bellingharn and Wash both on Puget Sound Showers accompanied the blustery weather along the northern Pacific Coast March wind also blew across the high Plains and central Gusts to 90 mph were recorded at Mines and 50 mph wind was recorded at Denver Brought To You MBankNew Braunfels A Momentum Bank Box 451 Main New Tews 78130 Member MPACT and   

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