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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung June 3, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 3, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Lakers    win first one,    Page 11A I 'Chilled out' recipes, Page IB New Braunfels HJJ Herald New Braunfels, Texas Two Sections; 26 Pages Wednesday June 3, 1987 25 Cents Vol. 134, No. 108 Stammtisch Six injured L \ Krin Barker is six years old and suffers from leukemia, a cancer of the blood something she desparate ly needs more of San Antonio Blood Bank is coiler ting blood for Krin. but after a re c ent bone marrow transplant for which Erin s mother donated a substantial amount of the blood transfused into her daughter more is needed There will he a blood collection for PIrin from 2 to ti p rn Saturday at ( auntry Boy Supermarket in Saltier Erin's parents are Jim and Deb Barker lf you can make it to Saltier Saturday, by all means do so lf you can t hut want to help call the blood bank at I moo jai .4 and tell the people there you von id i •<»* to make arr angements to i *> iii and donate at another tirr.»* The We l ove Dance ('omi’iiu • ..id ’he \*ew Bi aludels Dan* studio operated by Joan Slocum wish to thank the following mer chants and individuals for their sup-l>oit rn sponsoring our local team of young girls to a national compete ,tion In Las Vegas. Nev., July 29 ai The contributors include Willis Town Si Travel. Goepf .Jewelers, h rnesto s Designs Jewelry Dr Franklin Kriewaldt. Schriewer and Associates Comal Pawn, American Muffler Mr and Mrs Harvey s< heel. Lack's Alan Schriewer In urance, Kwik Kopy. C Hay Schoch ' P A Swete Software Service Im . F raternal Order of the Eagles \»*r *• :'F»9, The Shoe Fitter. Frank lleynis. Bucky Smith. Harry C Ohrt, Teddy V'otght. Iw)rt Areiiedo Maggie s Garden for Children. Judith Bender Howard FJckenhorst Elk s Lodge, Elk s l.odge, \lcot and Alyce ham. Jack Bishop, Mr and Mrs Arthur [Jarl Mig and Harold /chung s best girl mend. Frances Bridges. A benefit Sam e will ia* ut Wursthalle June 12 frotn 7 JO p n. to midnight Admission is $ti and w ill feature the Grapes of W rath A multi family rummage sale is plan tied tor June 18 19 and do Details lier Slocum and a dozen of her ^i!rls will be on KENS-TV < hannei ) t>etween 6 and 7. to p rn June > Please please remember that the fireworks that have a variety oi i hinese connotations and will be the mainstay of the New Braunfels Jaycees July 4 blow out up'* in Landa Park are akin to a Chinese testament menu We will get cer tam sizes of shells from Column A, other bang bangs from Column B all to a greater or lesser extent depending on how much is raised beyond the in hand $5,000 The display w ill increase in scope with more bucks, and the Jaycees mas work out a deal with the city s parks department to reser\e seating tor those who have donated to the cause A grcup of concerned parent* headed in part by Bob Smith and Hon Morrison are putting together a parents only ’ meeting scheduled for June ll at Comal County Fairgrounds’ Pavillion to discuss alternative activities tor the upcoming long hot summer for teens New Braunfels police readily concede that the inteUigencia among our teen agers is efficient to tile point that beer parties that have a history of getting out of hand are advertised wholesale and more often than not without parental approval or knowledge Mummies and daddies may he out of town, out tor the night, etc., and when they get home, geez, all you know what has broken loose There simply has to be something else to offer oui young adults and teens than getting drunk and rowdy in the extreme The sponsors of the meeting hope to gat lier suggestions I---1 The Menu BUSINESS..... IU, 14A CLASSIFIED.....U    I IB COMICS............ 6B CROSSWORD..........SA DEAR ABBY......... UA EDUCATION.......... VA entertainment. ...sa KALEIDOSCOPE ...1-12B INSIGHT...............DA OPINIONS..............4A SPORTS............ll    UA r-rjr A two-vehicifi ollision at I oop 337 and River and two adults to McKenna Hospital See story Road about noon Tuesday sent lour children Page 2A (Photo by Leslie Kriewaldt) Thunderstorms drenching area Thunderstorm packing heavy rams intense lightening and hail continue u deluge the city > more than 2 inches of rain ha: fallen m the p c t 24 hour* Bain* fall’ng on already atm ated mils have caused street and properly flooding and were stranding motorists in some per lions of New Braunfels earlier today Bepart. at property Hooding ha; been reported n ’fie Riverbend audivision near tin* Guadalupe River and rn residential area. along FM '25 Damage ammine as a result ot Hie flooding ha e nm been asse ed Motorist veri-stranded in high .voters this morn tug on West villi street and We I San Antonio Street, Public works officials, a they have tor the past \.*ek cere again busy placing barricades in low water crossings on Pahmeyer Road. Fast San Antonio Street anti Live Oak Street, home traffic signal lights were also maifunc tinning around the city New Braunfels tire department officials confirmed a residence on sleepy Hollow was -truck by lightning Tuesday causing an undetermined amount of damage Small amounts tit (jail were reported yesterday on the city's West End South Centra! Texas has been plagued rn recent lays by a large unstable ait mass dominated by a low pressure sy stem which has been low to mov e and has aused heavy rain;, and Hooding Comal County and surrounding meas were under a Hash Hood and •evere thunderstorm warning through most of the afternoon Wednesday Weather .ervice ot floats said another large thunderstorm was headed towards he area (rom the west and was expected to dump See WEATHER Paqe TA N Bl SO trustees edge closer to tax increase By SAWAN DUKE Staff Writer New Braunfels ISD’s hoard of trustees Tuesday edged closer to up proving a budget including minor cuts and salary increases tor school district employees in he “ih.’hh school year The ’rustees touted the a inmostra Hon tor conservative nnancial management in recent yeai s. saying accumulated reserves and 'ight spending will see the district through the coming s eat The board will meet again Thursday to consider approval oi the budget and the 19«7 kit tax rate The proposed budget of $15.52 million, ii spent, would leave \B1SD s2tiH 'ink bort of anticipated rev enues at Hie end of die fiscal year That ex pendilure would be taken from the district S2.4 million reserves Superintendent Charles Bradberry md Lonnie Curtis. NBlSD’s finance director said they think the district can cut the more than $26U,ikk) .urn from anticipated spending without having to dip into the reserves Local resident Margaret R anorn pointed out that because the -chout district s reserve I mids have grow n trom st 7 million to $2.4 million in the last four years a reduction in pen See N Bl SD Paqe 2A Rainfall totals As of 11 a.m. Wednesday Location    incites Lake Dunlap................................1,30 Sauder Lane................................1.76 Stonehouse Realty (north side)..............0.50 Sun Valley..................................0.80 Royal Forest (east county).........  0.50 New Braunfels (Herald office)..............1.50 Encmo Hills................................1.50 Schumannsville............................2.30 General Portland planning to burn hazardous waste Cement producer will conduct civic meetings prior to permit application: promises safe and efficient New Braunfels plant MB, San Marcos achieve accord on jurisdictions By DA V ID MA 1 Stuff Aft tier Xii interlocal agreement tie!ween i * hies ot New Braunfels and san ,\iarvos rn establish extra territorial jur diction houndries has been .corked out and is awaiting ratifica lion bv 'he respective city councils W th recent annexations bringing he stv mutt; >i New Braunfels ami san Marcos vithm a mile ot each other Hie ntent ot the cooperative plan ;s to jvoid Suture innexulion controversies it provides both cities with predetermined annexation guidelines tor planning purposes New Bi aum els Planning and /.on mg commission unanimously up proved bringing the agreement before city council San Marcos City V ouncil s expected to vote on the measure .der this month Truly the intent oi this is so we don t ha e a .and grab where we will end up - putting orr.eone s property lown the middle," said Planning Director Mike Shantis Tuesday night See ACCORD Paqe2A Planning board selects officers Joe Hartigun was elected to his third consecutive term as Planning and Zoning Commission chairman n election of commission officers Tues day night The commission also -aul good-bye to two tonner members and welcomed two new commissioners ana discussed changes to be brought about because ot the elimination of i planning department staff member’s job Comm) cloner Tom Casteel nominated Hartigun tor the chair man post md his motion was second ed by Commissioner John Dierkson No other nominations were presented md Hartigun received a unanimous vote Casteel was voted as commission vice chairman following a nomina tion by Commissioner Chris Weichsel Weichsel declined a nomination tor the position given by Commissioner Joe Gomez Commissioner Robert Perez was voted in as commission secretary Two new members, Geneva Pustka md Larry Viexandcr were welcomed aboard following their recent ap pointments in New Braunfels City Council Commissioners recognized outgoing members Myrtle Clark and Jan Estes and presented them plaques tor their service to the commis sum Clark, who had served as vice-chairman and --al on the commission for three years, said, “It was a delightful experience I learned much." See PLANNING, Page 2A By JIM WE BRE Stall Writer General Portland Inc ement manufacturers will apply for a state permit authorizing use of Lazar iou* wastes as fuel for its New Braunfels Balcones Plant officials announce I Wednesday. General Portland officials said the 3 000-degree Farenheit kiln at the Balcones plant would destroy '9 •» percent of all the material in Hie pp. cess of producing klinker" or pro cessed limestone the major ngradient of cement Emissions from the kiln would be generally the same as the current process involving coal and petroleum coke although perhaps Sower in suiter emissions Dr John Chad bourne. General Portland s director oi environmental services told t group ot community eaders W’ednes day morning at Krause stale The process through the Texas Mr Duality Control Board and I»*xa-Water Commission offices will call tor public hearings before the permit i an be granted The company s plant manager here said General Portland will otter a video 'ape presentation and opportunities :or input and ques finns before civil clubs and citizen groups even though st us not required We tee! t is important that the people know what we re trying to do and understand the process. J T Hill. New Braunfels plant manager -aid earlier this week Cost savings in a competitive market is ’he major reason tor seek ng permission to use hazardous wastes as me; officials said The goal of using specific hazardous waste materials tor fuel will save Hie New Braunfels plant an estimated S2 per ton ot cement processed although a representative ot another General Portland facility already ut mg the process said ms plant saves about $2.5 million a year or about SS per ton Hill described the move to use hazardous material as sue! as ‘vital to good aiund operations in 'his area Attending the 8 a rn meeting Wednesday were New Braunfels Mayor George Elbert < aunty Judge Fred Clark New Braunfels lndepen-lent School District Superintendent Charles Bradberry Edwards i nderground Water District board members Dr Kenneth Ikols and raig Heiring Countv Commissioner Ned Craigmiie Greater New Braunfels chamber of (ommerce Executive Vice President Tom Pur durn and others New Braunfels Industrial Foundation endorses the plan and presented Hill with i resolution Wednesday stating the foundation * board of directors has reviewed Hie plans for the addition to ne existing process-mg system and agreed 'o support GPl's application to use this supplemental rue! supple The resolution i.is ^resented av Men tt Schumann, foundation president GJH officials stressed that no polychlorinated biphenyls FGB or radioactive waste would Im* accep-’uble as fuel All material would ne tested at its amice bv Systech. a sub sidiary of Letharge Corporation owners ot GFI. tor acceptability then tested again tot composition at the plant before any material would tit* pumped -ml ot tank trucks or rail cars Such chlorinated compounds do not provide sufficient British Thermal Units BTI n many cases and the supplemental tuel would be blended on -tit* The process would mean the plant would operate two separate See FUfciS Paqe IA CSO says wounded man evasive about incident \ Sun Antonio man -hut n the back Sunday night near Saltier is listed in good condition at a San Antonio hospital Lawrence Gene Nooses 29 who gave authorities addresses in both Pleasanton ana San Antonio mc tared a wound I rom a -hot t ired from a 20-gauge shotgun it point Plank range Some of Hie shell’s pellets reportedly entered his back and exited through His stomach Nookes also buttered wounds to Ins side caused by a -e cond shot He was transferred Sunday from McKenna M e mortal Hospital to Bexar County Medical Center There are a lot of unanswered questions ’ said Comal County Sheriff s Detective Gordon Lilluex Tuesday He s not cooperating fully as tar as letaiU " No arrests have evolved as a result of the shooting Getting information nom turn has been like pulling eeth Lilluex said. citing contradictions in statements given by Noose* The detective said he was to get an affadavit trom the man today The shooting took place on Kmdersiey Road oil FM 2672 about bali mile northwest of Sat tier in an undeveloped area of the county Nookes was with two other persons believed to be longtime friends, when he was shot He is being very evasive about why they were out there. " Lilluex -aid, adding that the investigation w ill continue Woman's drowning termed accidental The death of a woman whose body was pulled from the Guadalupe River Monday has been ruled an accidental drowning by Travis County medical examiners An autopsy into tile death ot Sherri Baker 25. was requested by Comal County Sheriffs Detective Danny Ybarra. Bake! s address was given as White Water Sports on FM k)b Baker reportedly had t)een tubing with several friends when her tube turned over in rough waters near the fourth river crossing on River Road The accident occurred around 8 p.m. Ybarra said the members ut the group who had been drinking t**er watched the woman go under and either were unable or did not attempt, to rescue her The detective -aid the drowning was suspicious because tier body surfaced quickly He said lie thought at first that the woman may have died t>eiore she went under "Things seemed so wield," Ybarra said Tuesday It has been ruled a drowning and we are going to go with it as an accident." ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: June 3, 1987

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