New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 2, 1985, Page 2

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July 02, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 2, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas CrosswordPlanners again eye zoning of annexed tract Zoning of a 240-acre tract annexed in September is the main topic of tonight’s Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. The property is bounded by the former city limits (including a portion of Morningside Drive) on the north, Green Meadows subdivision on the east and Garden Grove subdivision on the south. This is the second time for the planning commission to look at this property; however, since the first review, two new members have been appointed to the board. One is Myrtle Clark, who was vocal in April as a neighboring resident opposing a commercial zoning request. On April 2, Planning and Zoning recommended an R-2 zoning for the entire 240 acres, saying the city should retain some residential areas, even along a major thoroughfare, such as FM 1044, which cuts through one end of the tract. Then on April 22, Judge Robert Pfeuffer, whose family owns a large part of the annexed bloc, asked City Council for various zonings, including C-l (local business), R-2 single and two family) and R-3 (multi-family). Another resident asked for C-l so he could operate a greenhouse at his home. At that Council meeting, Clark said she believed the nearby homes would be inundated with apartments if R-3 zoning were granted and asked for residential zoning only. Because none of the discussion had been before Planning and Zoning first, Council sent the item back to the Commission. Clark said last month that she would participate in discussion, but did not plan to vote on the matter. Other agenda items are preliminary or final approval to the plat for unit three of Country Hills and unit one of Garden Groves. The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. in City Hall council chambers. Stocks NEW YORK (AP) Morning stocks: GnDynam 764 754 764 High Low- Last GenElec 624 614 624 AMR Corp 497s 494 494 Gen Food 804 794 80 Amer Can 5834 584 584 Gen Motors 734 73 734 Ameritech 95 *-4 954 954 GnMotr E s 41 404 41 AMI Inc 26 254 26 Goodrich 314 314 314 Am Motors 34 34 34 Goodyear 304 30 30 AmStand 304 304 304 GtAtlPac 154 154 154 Amer T&T 244 234 244 Gulf StaUt 154 154 154 Amoco 634 634 634 Hahburtn 294 29 294 Armcolnc 8s* 84 84 HolidayCorp 554 554 554 AtlRichfld 597s 594 594 Houstlnd 284 284 284 BancTexas 34 34 34 HughesTl 134 13 13 BellAtlan 934 934 934 Interfst 104 104 104 BellSouth 42 414 414 IBM 1254 122 125 Beth Steel 16 154 16 Intl Harv 84 84 84 Borden s 40 394 394 Int Paper 484 484 484 CaterpTr 337s 334 334 JohnsJn 46 454 454 Centel 45 444 444 K mart 384 384 384 ChesebgP 32*4 324 324 KrogerCo 454 454 454 Chevron 37l4 37 37 LTV Corp 74 74 74 Chrysler 3634 364 364 Litton Ind 824 824 824 CoastalCp s 32 314 32 LoneSta Ind 244 244 244 CocaCola 68*8 684 684 Lowes 204 264 264 Coleman 314 314 314 MCorp 2i4 214 214 ComlMetl 164 164 164 MayDSt s 554 554 554 DeltaAirl 504 494 50 Medtronic 334 324 33 DiamShm 174 174 174 Mobil 304 294 294 DowChem 3534 354 354 Monsanto 494 484 49 Dressrlnd 214 214 214 Motorola 344 344 344 duPont 60 594 594 NabiscoBrd 824 824 824 EastKodak s 454 444 454 NYNEX 904 894 90 Enserch 254 254 254 Owenslll 474 474 474 Entexlnc 184 184 184 PacifTel 774 77 77 Exxon 514 514 514 Penney JC 514 514 514 FedlCo 384 384 384 Phelps Dod 17 164 17 Firestone 40 ca 214 214 PhillpsPet 39 384 384 FtBcpTex 12 114 12 PhilipPt wi ll7® ll7* ll7® Flowerlnd s 194 184 194 Polaroid 324 324 324 FordMot 464 454 454 ProctGamb 574 574 574 GAF Corp 344 344 344 Pubs NwMx 284 28 284 GTE Corp 4034 404 404 RCA 484 48 484 RepBankCp 304 304 304 TexComBn 314 314 314 Sabine 154 154 154 TexEastn 354 344 344 Safeway 34 334 34 Texas Inst 994 984 99 SFeSouPac 334 334 334 TexasOGas 164 16 164 SearsRoeb 384 384 384 Tex Util 304 304 304 Singer Co 374 364 37 Textron 544 544 5411 Southern Co 224 22 22 Tyler s 154 144 154 Southland 374 374 374 Un Carbide 464 46 464 SwstBell 854 844 85 UnPacCp 484 474 48‘a Sperry Cp 524 524 524 US Steel 274 274 274 StdOilOh 464 464 464 USWest 814 814 814 SunComp 504 504 504 niTel 234 234 234 TNP Ent 20 20 20 Unocal 30 294 Tandy 354 354 354 WalMart 554 544 544 Tenneco 414 414 414 WestghEl 344 344 344 Texaco Inc 374 364 374 Xerox Cp 544 534 544 TexAmBnch 324 324 324 ZenithE 194 194 194 ACROSS 1 Stain 5 Subdues 10 Bloke 14 Loud sound 15 Musical 16 French-Canadi-an name 17 Aesthetic 19 Car ney and Tatum 20 Tyrant 21 Verse 22 Trial 23 Irish river 25 Progeny 26 Separations 30 Moist dirt 31 Conditional release 34 Taper oft 36 Waterfall 38 Fruit 39 C American area 42 Superlative ending 43 Mont — 44 Ancestors 45 Garden tool 47 When repeated a bullet 49 Numerical prefix 50 Bruise 51 Prohibit 53 Fashionable 55 Prefix for wit 56 Palm fiber 61 Bean 62 Affections 64 Range part 65 Jeopardy 66 Fortuity 67 Adventure 68 Expanses 69 Times DOWN 1 Nail 2 Knowledge 3 Equine food 4 Stumble 5 Lowest part 6 Finial 7 Pawnshop, e g 8 Occupation 9 Store event 10 Etna feature 11 In the past 12 Insects 13 Nuisance 18 Boohoo 24 Adam s-needle 25 Irishmen PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED E E M s s H O D D A N A C A R E ' c A P E I R I S 0 S I E A V o W S E T S ,T E N T A c L ,E s S C A R E S T 0 P s K I L L E T H I S U p S u N T o O D I u M OI M I S s ' o N P L A N B u R s T E R G 0 s E M I r O N .E I S E R E v I N E B E D D E L s T E L E R A M E s p E A R I R I T U A L I S 0 A R s T ' N I T U T T 7 i S L E O N C I E M E E R L_ F S s E Ii A D I I P A R E 26 Rubbernecks 27 Confound 28 Charades 29 Depot abbr 31 Schl gp 32 Bedding 33 Cast out 35 Cinder 37 Not diluted 40 Entirety 4 1 Kind of code 46 Unrented 48 Ethics 51 Down type 52 Seasonable 53 Block 54 Accumulate 55 Wine valley 57 Queue 58 Quartet 59 Early S Amen-can emperor 60 Beseeches 63 Estuary Rezoning on Schertz agenda the Sycamore Creek Apartments. Schertz City Council will hold a public hearing tonight together with the Planning and Zoning Commission to discuss a rezoning request for ll acres located on the south side of Elbel Road between the Schertz school administration building and Joseph Ruscin has requested the land be rezoned from multi—family dwelling to neighborhood service. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in Schertz City Hall. Calendar of Events Government Parks and Recreation Advisory-Board: 7 p.m. Tuesday, luanda Park office. Schertz City Council: 7 p.m. Tuesday, Schertz City Hall. Planning and Zoning: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, City Hall Council chambers. Comal Commissioners: IO a.rn Wednesday, Courthouse first floor. Historic Landmarks Commission: 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, City Hall council chambers. Garden Ridge City Council: 7 p.m. Wednesday, Garden Ridge City Hall. Organizations TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sen sibly): 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Laurel Plaza recreation room. Toastmasters: 7 p.m. Tuesday, 24051-35 W. Eagles Auxiliary: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Eagles Hall (officers meet at 7). Heritage Chorale: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Seele Parish Hall basement, First Protestant Church. Adult Children of Alcoholics 8 p.m. Tuesday, 746 S. Seguin. Narcotics Anonymous 8 p.m. Tuesday. Our I .ady of Perpetual Help Church. Salvation Army:    IO a.m. Wednesday, Dittlinger .Memorial library. Rotan Club: noon Wednesday, Eagles Hall. Deaths Mrs. Jessie Julia Stovall Memorial services for Mrs. Jessie Julia Stovall of New Braunfels will be at 9 a.m. Wednesday at St. John’s Episcopal Church. She died July I at Colonial Manor Nursing Home at the age of 88. The daughter of John and Alvena (nee Freimark) Dickinson of Waterville, Ran., she was born on July 16, 1897. In 1928, she married Eugene Stovall, who preceded her in death in 1952. Before moving to Colonial Manor, she made her home with Dr. and Mrs. Milo E. Kearney. Survivors include her sister, LaNelle Kearney of Clear Springs. Henry F. Claycomb Funeral services for Henry F. Claycomb of 4249 US 81 West were held at 10:30 this morning at Doep-penschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev. Howard Thrift officiating. Burial followed at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Claycomb died June 29 at his home at the age of 75. The son of Joseph Elmae Claycomb, he was born April 19,1910 in Stanholt, N.J. He married Opal I. Sternberg Sept. 27,1942 in Kerrville. He was retired from Reliable Battery of San Antonio and was a member of the Baptist Church. Claycomb is survived by his wife, Opal I. Claycomb of New Braunfels; three sons, Robert A. Claycomb, Victor J. Claycomb, and Joseph Claycomb, all of New Braunfels; a sister, Anna L. Claycomb of Reading, Penn.; and seven grandchildren. Fritz Seiberling Funeral services for Fritz Seiberling of 109 E. Tanglewood will be held at IO a.m. Wednesday at First Protestant United Church of Christ with the Rev. J. Linwood Kennedy officiating. Burial will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Remains will lie in state until 8:30 Wednesday morning at Doep-penschmidt Funeral Home. Seiberling died June 30 at McKenna Memorial Hospital. He was 72. The son of W. J. and Jennie (nee Wisser) Seiberling, he was born Sept. 7, 1912 in Mulberry, Ind. He married Hilde Leva on Dec. 26, 1939 in East Liverpool, Ohio. A resident of New Braunfels for three years, Seiberling was retired as director of manpower development for Gulf Oil Corp. He was a member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ and a veteran of World War II. Seiberiing is survived by his wife, Hilde Seiberling of New Braunfels; two daughters, Gretchen Ricker of Seguin and Linda Norton of College Station; three sisters, Ruth Seiberling of Velienople, Penn., Anne Daugherty of Pittsburg, Penn., and Esther Carey of Spring Hill, Fla; one grandson. Memorials may be made to Texas Lutheran College, Development Office, 1000 W. Court St., Seguin Texas 78155. Horoscope By Stella Wilder TUESDAY, JULY 2 Born today, you are one of those to whom success and profit come rather easily. You do not let this go to your head, however You possess a highly industrious nature which, combined with intelligence and an innovative streak all but guarantees your success and advancement in whatever field you choose And this may be any one of many, for you are more than capable in a great many areas. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3 CANCER (June 21-July 22) - A good day to splurge! Treat yourself like your favorite company; pull out all the stops You deserve it. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - Fruitful thoughts lead to fruitful actions Concentrate on exactly what you want; generality may bring rotten apples VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Financial matters are tentative and uncertain Gather all the facts, a conservative approach may be the key LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) - Just when you think you are at your wit’s end. an acquaintance lends a hand Do not let this opportunity go SCORPIO (Oct 23-Nov 21) -Creative urges become stronger Make time for these important impulses, you may gain unexpected insight. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) - Opportunities abound today. be alert Respond to offers with intelligence and subtlety CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 Jan. 19)- 4 good day to examine jealous or possessive nature Avoid being abusive take positive step AQUARIUS (Jan 20-Fab. 18) -Increased involvement in the social scene may result in new — and surprisingly productive — camaraderie. PISCES (Fab 19-March 20) - Though the process may seem tedious the outcome should prove profitable Concentrate, keep focus keen ARIES (March 21-AprM 19) - Confrontation may develop between you and one who was supportive Avoid a scene by acknowledging attitude change TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -You may be called upon for reassurance Be sensitive and open, generous with positive opinions GEMINI (May 21-June 20) - Nm position of authority may prove to be too much if you refuse to dele gate responsibility Trust co-work ens Ste* yrr CHURCH'S ( FRIED Sir CHICKEN« TODAYS THOUGHTS! WITH BOB DIETZ Medical & Respiratory Specialists Equipment Faith is one of the forces by which men live, and the total absence of it means collapse William James What is faith unless it is to believe what you do not see St Augustine COUNT YOUR AGE BY FRIENDS Count your garden by the flowers Never by the leaves that fall Count your joys by golden hours. 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Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel ........Press    Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David King.........Sports    Editor Patricia Yznaga King . . Wire Editor Subscription Rates (Includes applicable sales tax) Carrier delivery in Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco and Kendall Counties: 3 months, $10 78; 6 months, $18.82; one year, $33 64, Mail delivery outside Comal County, In Texas: 3 months $1892; 6 months, $33.64; one year $63.08. Mail outside Texas: 6 months, $42.00; one year $70.00. Postmaster:    Send    address changes to P O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, TX 78131. ;

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