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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 8, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                DALLAS 752 4 Area Battler election draws complaints See below Cbrfiaf Rivef up 5 CsnYOrT inflow down 19 Canyofi same Edwards Aquifer up Cahyon Lake down Local Wurstfest offers full schedule See Page 2A 1 Quarterbacks Page 8 A New Braunfels Herald Ntw Texas Friday November 25 Cents 36 Sections Staff writer A truck ing hydrochloric acid solution spilled some of its contents along Interstate 10 in causing the freeway to be closed for four hours Thursday No one was Injured in the Four Seguin Fire Department trucks responded to the spill and law enforcement officers directed traffic off the interstate while the cleanup operation continued about a mile east of 123 Erno Huebinger of employed by Titan Services of was transporting a load of hydrochloric acid solution inhibited on 110 when a Department of Public Safety trooper spotted the leaking li quid and stopped The load was headed to Trooper Thurman Roberson saw this stuff leaking out of the gallon tank and stopped the said Billy Ford with DPS License and Weights poured lime and soda ash on it and at the scene said ajjout then the fire department hosed the neutralized substance into a ditch along the Ford Trooper Joey who was ash on the solution 300600 gallons of the solution sp ttie Tne substance is highly corrosive and McKinney ajjiout License and division has spiiled jurisdiction over hazapd materials regulations and gave the environment and oriefor haul ing the itiriaf in an unauthorized driver two citations oriefor allowing hazardous material to be released in carry tnat type of acid have to have special linings and meet certain ihc DPS of ficial The two citations have a maximum fine of Ford Students treated in accidents LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer A fight Thursday afternoon sent a Bulverde student to the At Bulverde Middle two eighth graders were involved in a fight in the and one shoved the other against the Superintendent Bill Brown The boy hit his head on the wall and became dizzy later in the nurses of so she decided to call Early reports indicated that the boy had lost but Brown said as far as he while the boy was under the schools care he had not lost conciousness though he said he felt BexarBulverde emergency medical services transported the in jured boy to Humana Hospital in San and the hospital kept the boy overnight for Sheriffs Deputy Milton Willman went to the scene and at first had dif ficulty obtaining information from a teacher who had witnessed the inci But after we called the we got plenty of Willman Another student at Bulverde Elementary was injured and taken for stitches by her parent almost at the same See Page 12A Fund established to aid recovery of NBHS mascot BfMMwVIMTRItT Staff wltai A fund to help the family of Eunice the Unicorn defray its medical expenses was set up this week at MBank New Mindy who dresses up as was the mascot at the 25 New BraunfelsCanyon football game when she was ac cidently tackled by Unicorn wide receiver Claude Porterie before the Largent was taken to McKenna Memorial Hospital with a concus It was later discovered that she had a bruised spinal She is having to go through physical therapy to reteach her to walk said Janelle a friend of She is doing butit end ed up worse than we first Berger said several of Largents friends wanted to help the but didnt want to send So we how about if we open an Berger Its a real community Donations can be sent to MBank New 451 Main in the the name of Mindy Largent or Eunice the Judge hears election complaints Staff writer V iv Although Comal County Judge Fred Clark has heard rumblings about Tuesdays Canyon Lake Village incorporation no for mal complaints have been People have come to me saying that individuals who did not live in the boundaries of the incorporated area not a great not enough to change the outcome of the Clark said after comis sioners court Voters defeated the incorporation People wishing to vote at the in corporation election were asked to show election judges where they live on a map of the proposed incorpora tion I told those who complained to get a lawyer and the process they needed At this we are interested in finding out the number who voted who shouldnt Flodine to follow to challenge the election Clark Though all parties agree that the votes could not change the Clark said the complainants had in dicated that they were interested in making sure the next incorporation election used better We really dont know what well do until we get things sorted said Norris a supporter of the failed incorporation move and one of the residents who spoke with the At this we are interested in finding out the number who voted who shouldnt Flodine Flodine added that he thought the system used for determining eligible voters was an accurate David the leading in corporation said Wednes day that he thinks some of he people who supposedly voted illegally did so A second incorporation map has been drawn by a different group of citizens and an effort is being made to incorporate the entire lake This map includes all of the major subdivisions around the lake into a proposed 9squaremile Contests of election results have to be filed in district County Clerk Rosie Bosenbury Incorporation elections across the state use the same procedures for determining eligible ac cording to Mark a legal assistant with the elections division of the Texas Secretary of States of Jordan said only registered voters within a proposed incorporation area are allowed to vote on the matter of Precinct judges have voter registration The proposed in corporation area did not include all of one single Jordan said in such a the election judges are responsible for determining the eligibility of a Harvey a San Antonio at torney hired by the county to deter mine the legality of the move for in said its harder in a rural area than in an urban area to determine who is eligible to He added that the election judges should have taken the county See Page 12A Inside CLASSIFIED 312B COMICS 2B Utilities keeps top bond raings CROSSWORD 11A DEAR ABB Y 11A DEATHS 2A HOROSCOPE 1B OPINIONS 4A RELIGIOUS FOCUS 5A SPORTS 79A STOCKS 12A WEATHER 2A Todays weather Expect cloudy and mild mornings and with partly sunny and warm afternoons through much of the Winds will be from the south and southwest ranging from 10 to 15 mites per Fridays high is expected to reach the with the high Saturday reaching the low Overnight temperatures wul drop to the Thursdays bJfb was 71 and this mornings low was Sunset tonight will be at and Muurise Saturday will be at Staff writer Moodys Investors in New York has decided to maintain New Braunfels Utilites current AA rating for senior lien bonds and Al rating for junior lien To Floyd financial ad visor for the city and the that means the personal touch paid We decided each entity needed to be represented in a roundtable So we went to New York and they got to see1 the whole bunch of Westerman The Utilities has retained its Al so it would seem we made a wise deci Moodys announcement is par ticularly good he in light of Tuesdays bid opening for the sale of million in Utilities system revenue The bond sate was approved on and bids will be opened at 5 Tuesday at City The bids will then be tabulated and ready to present to Cjtty Council at for Based on the market I think well get a very good bid Tues Westerman Theres been a lot of interest in the Utilities bonds They may very well all sell On city voters passed a million bond package for drainage and fire station im The city currently has an Al rating on its ability to repay Since the city doesnt plan on sell ing its bonds until word on the Utilities bond rating was anticipated before any news for the But City Manager Joe Michie is hoping the personal touch paid off for the The rating affects the amount of interest that is Michie It is important that you get as high a rating of the bonds as possible so the interest will be as low as From an Al to a B you could be talking about hundreds of thousands of dollars over a 20year be Swing to the side Miss Loverwurst Terry third from joins Wurstfestgoers in a singalong in one of the festivals The group is singing along DEHYL CLARK HERALD ZEITUNG to the tunes of the Bavarian Village Rennie Guenther is playing the   

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