New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 29, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 29, 1985

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Issue date: Sunday, September 29, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 29, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas M053 WOMBLfc POX 45436 f r TV 7 TX Sports Local football game results See Page 10A Canyon cfs down 2 Canydn cfs up 7 Edwards down Canyon Lake level down Local River Advisory Board wants to beautify area See Page 3A Winners at the Comal County Fair are see Page 89A New Braunfels Herald Mew Texas 192 Sunday September 50 Cents 36 Pages Sections Stab victim stable Guadalupe County Sheriff Melvin Harborth said a man was stabbed in the Schumannville area early Friday morning after going to the Comal County Joe was admitted to McKenna Memorial Hospital Friday morning after being stabbed at a mobile home off of Highway Harborth said the man told of ficials he had been drinking with friends at the fair before the incident Harborth said the man said he did not know who stabbed him The stabbing is still under in Munoz was listed in stable con See Page 16A NB Savings is sold In a joint statement made Satur the Board of Directors of New Braunfels Savings and Loan Association and Jerry Stiles of announced that an agreement had been reached for the sale of the 12 yearold association to Stiles owns First State Savings and Loan Association of Del The agreement was endorsed unanimously by the associations A March 1986 closing date is an but several conditions to the sale must be satisfied before it can finally among which is Stiles approval by the appropriate state and federal and a See SAVINGS Page 16A Bradley ahd his bird Tiki won the Best Dressed Pet and Owner ribbon at the annual Gofnal County Fair Pet Parade the streets were lined for the annual Pet Parade and Fair Parade and the New Braunfels Unicorn High School band proudly struts before the See Fair judging results and pictures Page LESLIE Voters will decide on first n SPlWttWg that being said now on many of the streets have bond decision been let gp too he A44 AAA 1911 fif of the drainage propositions Council is asking for million to add inlets on that in neighboring streets and construct culverts on improvements in 1968 centered around the citys pool with for a new deck at the springfed to build the bath and to build the Olympic Other park improvements eluded the addition of nine holes at Lands Park Golf addition of picnic tables and playground and improvements to park park improvements this year are centered around upgrading easting Tbt ask for five parks fo path gfld irrigation work at tte gotf course to buy W e ayropte Pool to allow bond ift year for to add meetiiig area and Vifr to Tte Jwidjflg mm w years tbe 1966 foarorl yotaP anoHtui alHmtigh jjt SSWiW City is cautious about any incinerator commitment By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer County members of the landfill board want to sign a lease for an million but the city wants more County Commissioner Lorenzo Yankee Camarillo summarized the progress being made on the in cinerator in a meeting of the Regional Solid Waste Planning Task Force earlier this the countys representative on the task said that the Comal County Solid Waste Management Board was going over a lease with Energy the firm that plans to build the in The Texas Department of Health permit to burn trash has already been The solid waste management a citycounty cooperative that oversees the present landfill is negotiating with Energy Advancement to build an incinerator with a 150ton per day I told them the task force that as far as the county was we were ready to accept the lease but the city still had Camarillo The task force is studying the problem of solid waste disposal in the Alamo Area Council of Government first to assess the present disposal methods used by all the govern mental entities in the area and then to find The project will take two Energy Advancement will pay all costs of construction and will make its money back by selling electricity created by the burning of Camarillo said in his report to the task The lease agreement will include acres of the landfill that Energy Advancement can use for a year for the next 10 years willi two five year renewable The lease has a tenant termination clause that allows for a 90day City Manager Joe Michie raised objections to the lease in the last board showing concern about areas that had not been defined in the rather than on any particulars of the He indicated that the board did not know enough abjJut Energy Ad vancements financial Im very much for the concept of burning trash and selling the elec Michie But Im concerned about continuity and stability of our trash The city will still be producing 6070 tons of trash a day whether the in cinerator is working or Michie pointed out that Energy Advancements Sealy plant has not yet started producing Also Michie was concerned that the landfill board may find out that they need to buy a complete set of landfill equipment if the incinerator does not The present equipment is old See Page 16A Inside Trashfest The Annual Comal River Trashfest will be held this Saturday and divers from as far away as Houston will help to clean out the See Page 2A Todays Weather A 60 percent chance of rain today will decrease to a 50 percent Otherwise it will be mostly cloudy with temperatures in the mid80s today and dropping to the upper60s Saturdays high was 85 and the overnight low was A half an inch of rain was measured at the radio station Saturday Sunset will be at CLASSIFIED COMICS CROSSWORp DEAR ABBY DEATHS ENTERTAINMENT HOROSCOPE 1 12C 6B AB 16A 2A 5B 6B KALIDEOSCOPE OPINIONS 4A SPORTS 1013A WEATHER 2A ;

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