New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 9, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 09, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Unicorn volleyballers win district opener, Page 5A New Braunfels >1V LLL! Vol 134 No 175 New Braunfels Herald Publishing Company, 707 Landa St., New Braunfels, Texas 781 30 (LISPS 3/7 800' Wednesday September 9.1987 25 Cents Two Sections ?8 PagesMaking room Isutxell Uampos. organizer of Hr* local Teach Hr* «'hildren organza ti rn ■'.•Hi st e got a taste of ho* it feels to j 'av santa Claus last week when she handed out sch«x>l supplies to Uh al net dy children We have supplied kl kids with s. bool supplit-s so far she said ail ding that tin* organization plans to help another JO students before the end of this week \nd we know we have just gotten the tip of the Iceberg six* said in reference to the 2 ouu stud*-tits in Comal ami Ne* Braunfels 'vhoul districts *tn> qualify for free supplies The ne* organization has alread> accomplished more than members expet ted to bv reiving on the sup port of local businesses and in dividuals i ant pus said she original l> planned to dtstnf*ute supplR-s to atwHit <o stutlents hut bet* a use of in creased donations IN* organization * ill reach alout I* Hr that number Teach the I'hildren um s the same guidelines as the government s free and reek* ed lunch program Cam po' said the organization has helped stu<tents from ugh the local school d( si ra ts Vte kno* there are a lot more ■aho need our help she said The organization provides t VR lents with hIvioI suppites and in some cases *ith clothing ami ne* shoes Cam pus said most of the re* tpi« tits have hem from families tn *h»ch both parents ale unemployed or the family is headed bv a sing!* mother The or gal iii at nm’. *as loninvl last sear lo help st stents aho de nut have the supplies tits essarv for x hoot y hot > I off Rials said students til ten feet embarrassed and develop negative feelings atmul st huol lf thev feel tfwr 'Opp! I**' are inferior to thos* of Uve other 'tiRlents Comments aUnit blat k and white sunday iofliM s that tiegalt last sun day range from bleep bleep s p d    t    * 4 gi rrr to I like em he* if ain private tmsinrsses have vim h a personal im pa« t ami etu It sir ft a per si HI a1 revpurvse Mavin* doctors jih! hospital* get similar lerdbat k arni may tie barters ami t«arierwlers tome dose to hearing potpie s tipi mons fears and frustration* as Often tKit It is Ileal telling lo kilo* that you oui f easier ship t at e enough lo vail ami tell us *hat von think even if some of the calls arr anonymous ami inappropriate for puhht at ion learn to* lo prepare delicious recipes tftal ate g««*l lur you tuo at die Heart Healthy i uoktng pro gram sponsored by the I unui » **un tv Vtension Nervite on M*pt IO from i ton kip rn at hirst t* rn tai savings and loan loan l yon* o*net of Heart o( levas t rooking school in .San An hmm * ill pr esent Uh* program She n a consultant to Hr* San Antonio toumialH»n tor Prevention ut Heart I M m* a sr ami * til demonstrate pi av In al cooking principles that are useful in everyday meal prepui J lion several did*** vs ill be prepared VvtiTAMMflUH Pant ZA Hr- 40 percent dunce of thunderihowers forecast for tuila) has I teen cl Winged lo a lo percent chance ut shower* toluol row I uday will mr* mostly sunny skies with a high in Uh* mid and south winds al a to lo mph Partly cloudy skies tonight with a lo* near 7u and light variable winds The to percent chariot of lain Thumdav will allow highs in tin* low ‘Ais and south winds between IO ami la mphThe Menu ACTIVITIES    SB BUSINESS    *    M ciass#kd    I    ne COMICS CROSSWORD    3A DEAR ait    I* ENTERTAIN MEN!    SB RALEI00SC0PE    .    I    7» OPINIONS    4B SPORTS ................SM New Braunfels Utilities workers thanks to cooperation from Sac-N-Pac owner J Garland Warren today are moving a traffic light pole away from corner at the intersection of Walnut and West San Antonio streets where the new Sac-N-Pac store recently opened at 159? W San Antonio The Sd N Pac donated property to the city so the corner can be expanded and repaved by the city at a later date Currently trucks turning north on Wa'nut atter traveling west on San Antonio have pro b'ems negotiating the fight turn City oh IC tai s said the business also will be tooting the Dill tor the expansion expenses A though th#* on'y work done by the city today was the relocation of the tight POU- the city engineer said the city w *i t ut o** the corner in *ront of the convenience store and pa.e at a atef date The tra’fic lights will w rk as they Jo now tut the one win be a lit • e more Out of the way Photo by Deryl C arks TDCA utilities grant Eleventh hour protest lodged in fund request By SARAH DUKE Stair Writer After receiving one comment about the environmental impact of the Wa* Mart distribution center city of {Rials are turning their findings over to the state and requesting funds be released to finance utilities exten sions to the project Local resident Margaret Farr hand delivered a letter to the New Braunfels City Hall Tuesday after noon strongly protesting the city's request for release of these funds Farr questioned city officials stand that utility easements will not impact any areas of archaeological significance *reas within New Braunfels are th** site cl archaeological findings Significant archaeological findings have been made in Landa Park con sidered a historical site City officials said there is no record of significant historical findings in the area north ot PM 306 near Interstate 35 where the Wa! Mart distribution center will be built lf lh** requested grant is approved City of New Braunfels will receive approximately S30UOOO to offset the expense of providing services to the distribution center Utilities* will Unextended from near FM J06 to near Kohlenberg Lane where the distriou tion center will be built The city is to reimburse New Braunfels Utilities tor the work When applying for state and federal funding for projects such as thi> one certain criteria must be met Farr stated in her letter She went on to cite various laws with which the city must comply before receiving any of the requested grant funds Parr said the city has not complied with the regulations and has not obtained a permit to conduct an ar theological survey of the affected areas In view of your continued noncompliance with state law I must strongly protest your request for release of these funds.' Farr stated in her letter Court Thieleman of the city manager s office said city officials have not obtained a permit to conduct an archaeological survev because no survey is planned •We're not required to conduct a survey unless they the Texas Historical Commission tells us there is something significant about the area Thieleman said We haver t had a survey don** At this point See PROTEST Page 2A Ready and waiting New Braunfelsers ready for papal visit and mass B . DA V IO MAY vnd JOHN KASIN* M Stall Wr lief v New Braunfels will be well represented in San Antonio Sunday as Pup** John Paul ll makes his historic visit one that is ilestmrd to Iou* h the lives of many tiolh * .it lull ii’ ami non Catholic ton ally Hie mariachi choir of the i lur Lady of Perpetual Help vtiurch and tile yiHith choir at Ms Peter and Paul Catholic Church will com tone their voices with other selected chous ct lose n to sing for Hr* Pope Nome members of Ms Peter ami Paul have also been selected to serve as ushers during Mass and one of lh** church s fifth graders will of let gift s to the Pope Wickes Lumber Company has donated one of its Oat bed delivery trui ks w Inch is being spruced up ami conformed to handle members of Hr* electronic media which will lead the Pope x vehicle along the papalcarav an Pope John Paul ll is currently visiting nine \ mer ic an cities in lo days Ile will comhjct open Mass Sunday He is scheduled lo arrive at Hr* San Antonio Mass site around IU to a m There are no Cathoiic church serv ices scheduled on Sun day Masses instead will tie held on Saturday I my self will celebrate Mass with Hr* Pope on Sunday." said Father Fugene o Callaghan He said Sis Peter ami Paul parishioners have prepared many Catholic projects that will be on display along Hr* Papal route Two Iris loads of pariah loners are scheduled lo leave from the church Sunday morning “For many Christian Catholics this is a reminder of their heritage 'ald I)Callaghan of the Pop** s visit Outside of the i at ho! u heritage he is recognized as a leader tor peace as a sam* voice in a nuclear world I think the Pope look' at himself like that too His presence will be a source of inspiration to all of our people “ said Father Patrick Palmer of St Thomas Catholic Church in saltier Father lion Murray at Holy Famt Iv i alnoite Church said Hr* papal visit is a showing of good will and faith T or a lot of people it is an all important occasion and something to remember tor a long time " hi* said “I am happy for Hr* >3 million I at hoi ics in America that the Pope is coming to Hr* I luted States lo visit his flock said Rev Linwood Kennedy pastor of Hr* First Flutes taut Church in New Braunfels This is a got hi time mg only tor I at tunics lo hear alai see Hie Pope bul also a wonderful opportunity tor the Pope lo hear what American Catholics are saying and thinking "All Christians, non Catholic Christians as well, join the Pope in his vision for world peace I applaud him for Hr* leadership Ir* is ottering lh** world in working tor world peace kennedy said Some Polish residents throughout the area lee! they have been lett out as tar as the plans for the papal visit Among those are the Catholic families from the community of Shiner. Texas a town that is 8u per cent Polish Here in New Braunfels there are also many Polish families Among them is Hedwig Shimek who dec lares Comal County as her hometown despite living with her daughter and tier son rn law. Bob Adamack of Yoakum Texas shimek who resided in New See PAPAL Page 2A Some 5uuduo prisons expected to flock to San Antonio this weekend to see ftear Pope John Paul II Local of finals have begun preparing for possible heavy traffic and congestion anticipated Sunday along Interstate Jo towards San Antonio as a result A Department of Public Salety spokesperson here said all troopers will be on duty as if it were a major holiday We really don t know if it is going to be bumper to bumper or not < along I 35 We anticipate the possibility of heavy traffic but we really don t have any thing to draw on We are going to be ready “ Maps directing persons planning to attend the Pope s outdoor Mass Sun day morning are available at the DPS office' here Many are being urged to use* San Antonio s mass transit system to and from lo park and rule locations which will tie clearly marked HFB grocery outlets including the New Braunfels store have bus tokens available al $3 each but they must he purchased by Saturday Those over the age of 5 years using the park and ride service will need a token Comal County Sheriff Walter Fellers said he plans to beef up his deputy watch and traffic patrols for the papal weekend We don t know what s going to happen because this kind ol thing has never happened before so I'm just going to be on the sale side Fellers stated Local motels are about 70 percent lull and rooms arc* available focally, according to Mona Lane director of the t convention and V isitor s Bureau Law enforcement personnel are preparing tor possible traffic tie ups and congestion along Interstate 35 There s beef some mismforma tion distributed that we re all booked up There are some rooms and some condos available. Lane said of local accommodations * Some are booked with lour buses but most have vacan des A rough estimate is that we are about 65 to 75 percent full " But we didn’t order this Warren Gregory who drives tor Tarco trucking Co. of Belton. Texas, this morning misjudged the width of Eberhard Lumber Co. s driveway and missed a little When the truck s rear wheels slipped into the ditch, the load s weight shitted just enough to dump the whole load although it did so quite neatly. Nobody was injured and the load and truck were not badly damaged Only halt the load was meant tor Eberhard, 1445 McQueeney (Photo by Deryl Clark). I t ;

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