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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 3, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Lakers win first Page J1A Chi I led out Page IB New Braunfels iwBboi New Texas Two 26 Pages Zeituna 108 AV Wednesday June 25 Cents Stammtisch Six injured Erin Barker Is six years old and suffers from a cancer of the something she desparate ly needs more San Antonio Blood Bank Is collec ting blood for but after a re cent bone marrow transplant for which Erins mother donated a substantial amount of the blood transfused into her more is There will be a blood collection for Erin from 2 to 6 Saturday at Country Boy Supermarket in Sat Erins parents are Jim and Deb If you can make it to Saltier by all means do If you cant but want to call the blood bank at 18002925534 and tell the people there you would like to make arrangements to come in and donate at another The We Love Dance Committee and the New Braunfels Danct Studio operated by Joan Slocum wish to thank the following mer chants and individuals for their sup port in sponsoring our local team of young girls to a national competi tion in Las July The contributors Include Willis Town Goepf Ernestos Designs Franklin Schriewer and Comal American and Harvey Alan Schriewer In Kwik Ray Schoch Swete Software Service Fraternal Order of the Eagles Aerie The Shoe Frank Bucky Harry C Teddy Lori Maggies Garden for Judith Howard Elks Elks Alcot and Alyce Jack and Arthur Darl ing and Harold Zeitungs best girl Frances A benefit dance will be at Wursthalle June 12 from to Admission is and will feature the Grapes of A multifamily rummage sale is plan ned for June 19 and Details Slocum and a dozen of her girls will be on Channel between 6 and June please remember that the fireworks that have a variety of Chinese connotations and will be the mainstay of the New Braunfels Jaycees July 4 blow out up in Landa Park are akin to a Chinese restaurant We will get cer tain sizes of shells from Column other bangbangs from Column all to a greater or lesser extent depending on how much is raised beyond the inhand The display will increase in scope with more and the Jaycees may work out a deal with the citys parks department to reserve seating for those who have donated to the A group of concerned parents headed in part by Bob Smith and Ron Morrison are putting together a parents only meeting scheduled for June 11 at Comal County Fairgrounds pavillion to discuss alternative activities for the upcom ing hot summer for New Braunfels police readily concede that the intelligencia among our teenagers is efficient to the 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 Mummies and daddies may be out of out for the and when they get youknowwhat lias broken There simply has to be something ejse to offer our young adults teens than getting drunk and rowcjy in the The sponsors meeting hope to garner sygjest 1143A A twovehicle collision at Loop 337 and River and two adults to McKenna Hospital See storv Road about noon Tuesday sent four children Page 2A Photo by Leslie Kriewaldt Thunderstorms drenching area Thunderstorms packing heavy intense lightening and hail continue to deluge the city as more than 2 inches of rain has fallen in the past 24 Rains falling on already saturated soils have caused street and property flooding and were stranding motorists in some por tions of New Braunfels earlier to Reports of property flooding has been reported in the Riverbend subdivision near the Guadalupe River and in residential areas along FM Damage amounts as a result of the flooding have not been Motorists were stranded in high waters this morn ing on West Mill Street and West San Antonio Public works as they have for the past were again busy placing barricades in low water crossings on Pahmeyer East San Antonio Street and Live Oak Some traffic signal lights were also malfunc tioning aroUnd the New Braunfels fire department officials confirmed a residence on Sleepy Hollow was struck by lightning Tuesday causing an undetermined amount of Small amounts of hail were reported yesterday on the citys West South Central Texas has been plagued in recent days by a large unstable air mass dominated by a low pressure system which has been slow to move and has caused heavy rains and Comal County and surrounding areas were under a flash flood and severe thunderstorm warning through most of the afternoon Weather service of ficals said another large thunderstorm was headed towards the area from the west and was expected to dump See Page2A NBISD trustees edge closer to tax increase By SARAH PUKE Staff Writer New Braunfels ISOs board of trustees Tuesday edged closer to ap proving a budget including minor cuts and salary increases for school district employees in the 198788 school The trustees touted the administra tion for conservative financial management in recent saying accumulated reserves and tight spending will see the district through the coming The board will meet again Thursday to consider approval of the budget and the 198788 tax The proposed budget of if would leave NBISD short of anticipated revenues at the end of the fiscal That ex penditure would be taken from the districts million Superintendent Charles Bradberry and Lonnie NBISDs finance said they think the district can cut the more than sum from anticipated spending without having to dip into the Local resident Margaret Raborn pointed out that because the school districts reserve funds have grown from million to million in the last four a reduction in spen See Page 2A Rainfall totals As of 11 Wednesday take Duniap 3Q Realty north Q 50 Forest east egyijty Q New ifiMnftis Hera 14 gins e i insijiQ y 50 It luuuaiiQs vil i 9 San Marcos achieve accord on jurisdictions By DAVIDMAY Staff Writer An interlocal agreement between the cities of New Braunfels and San Marcos to establish extraterritorial jurisdiction boundries has been worked out and is awaiting ratifica tion by the respective city With recent annexations bringing the city limits of New Braunfels and San Marcos within a mile of each the intent of the cooperative plan is to avoid future annexation It provides both cities with predetermined annexation guidelines for planning New Braunfels Planning and Zon ing Commission unanimously ap proved bringing the agreement before city San Marcos City Council is expected to vole on the measure later this Truly the intent of this is so we dont have a land grab where we will end up splitting someones property down the said Planning Director Mike Shands Tuesday Page2A Planning board selects officers Joe Hartigan was elected to his third consecutive term as Planning and Zoning Commission chairman in election of commission officers Tues day The commission also said goodbye to two former members and welcom ed two new commissioners and discussed changes to be brought about because of the elimination of a planning department staff members Commissioner Tom Casteel nominated Hartigan for the chair man post and his motion was second ed by Commissioner John No other nominations were presented and Hartigan received a unanimous Casteel was voted as commission vicechairman following a nomina tion by Commissioner Chris Weichsel declined a nomination for the position given by Commissioner Joe Commissioner Robert Pere was voted in as commission Two new Geneva Puistka and Larry were welcom ed aboard following their recent ap pointments by New City Commissioners recognized outgoing members Myrtle Clark and Jan Estes and presented them pla ques for their service to the commis who had served as yice cliairwiyj and sat on the commission fcr three It was a I General Portland planning to burn hazardous waste Cement producer will conduct civic meetings prior to permit application promises safe and efficient New Braunfels plant By JIM WEBRE Staff Writer General Portland cement manufacturers will apply for a state permit authorizing use of hazardous wastes as fuel for its New Braunfels Balcones officials announced General Portland officials said the Farenheit kiln at the Balcones plant would destroy percent of all the material in the pro cess of producing klinker or pro cessed the major ingre dient of Emissions from the kiln would be generally the same as the current process involving coal and petroleum although perhaps lower in sulfer John Chad General Portlands director of environmental told a group of community leaders Wednes day morning at Krauses The process through the Texas Air Quality Control Board and Texas Water Commission offices will call for public hearings before the permit can be The companys plant manager here said General Portland will offer a video tape presentation and opportunities for input and ques tions before civic clubs and citizen groups even though it is not We feel it is important that the people know what were trying to do and understand the New Braunfels plant manager said earlier this Cost savings in a competitive market is the major reason for seek ing permission to use hazardous wastes as officials The goal of using specific hazardous waste materials for fuel will save the Nesv Braunfels plant an estimated per ton of cement although a representative of another General Portland facility already us ing the process said his plant saves about million a year or about per Hill described the move to use hazardous material as fuel as vital to good sound operations in this Attending the 8 meeting Wednesday were New Braunfels Mayor George County Judge Fred New Braunfels Indepen dent School District Superintendent Charles Edwards Underground Water District board members Kenneth Ikels and Craig County Commissioner Neil Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice President Tom Pur dum and New Braunfels Industrial Founda tion endorses the plan and presented Hill with a resolution Wednesday stating the foundations board of directors has reviewed the plans for the addition to the existing process ing system and agreed to support GPIs application to use this sup plemental fuel The resolu tion was presented by Merritt foundation GPI officials stressed that no poly chlorinatedbiphenyls PCB or radioactive waste would be accep table as All material would be tested at its source by a sub sidiary of Letharge owners of for then tested again for composition at the plant before any material would be pumped out of tank trucks or rail Such chlorinated compounds do not provide sufficient British Thermal Units BTU in many cases and the supplemental fuel would be blended on The process would mean the plant would operate two separate See Page 2A CSO says wounded man evasive about incident A San Antonio shot in the back Sunday night near is listed in good condition at a San Antonio Lawrence Gene who gave authorities addresses in both Pieasanton and San suf fered a wound from a shot fired from a 20gauge shotgun at point blank Some of the shells pellets reportedly entered his back and exited through his Nookes also suffered wounds to his side caused by a se cond He was transferred Sunday from McKenna Memorial Hospital to Bexar County Medical There are a lot of unanswered said Comal County Sheriffs Detective Gordon LUluex He is not cooperating fully as far as No arrests have evolved as a result of the Getting information from him has been like pulling Lilluex citing contradictions in statements given by The detective said he was to get an affadavit from the man The shooting took place on Kindersley Road off FM 2673 about half mile northwest of Sat tler in an undeveloped area of the Nookes was with two other believed to be longtime when he was He is being very evasive about why they were out Lilluex adding that the investigation will Womans drowning termed accidental The death of a woman whose body was pujjed from the QuMajupe River has been njjed ajj accidental drowning by Travis County An autopsy into the death 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