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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Unicorn volley bailers win district Page 5A New Braunfels 175 New Braunfels Herald Publishing 707 Landa New Zeituno 377800 Af Wednesday 1987 25 Cents Two 28 Pages Isabel organizer of the local Teach UH Children organiza said she got a taste of how it feels to play Sinta Claus last week when she handed out school supplies to local needy We have supplied 30 kids with school supplies so she ad ding that the plans to help another 30 students before the end of this And we know we have just gotten the tip of the she said in reference to the students in Comal and New Braunfels school districts who qualify for free supplies The nesv organization has already accomplished more than members expected to by relying on the sup port of local businesses and in dividuals Campos said she original 1 planned to distribute supplies to about U students because of in creased the organization will reach about twice that number Teach the Children uses the same guidelines as he governments free and reduced lunch program Cam pos said the organization has helped students from both the local school districts We know there are a lot more who need our help she said The organization provides students with school supplies in some wiih clothing and new shoes Cam pos said most o the recipuiits have bwn from families in which both pannU are unemployed or the family is headed by a single mother The organization was formed last ear to help students who do not have the supplies necessary for school School officials saui students often fit1 embarrasMtl and develop negative about school if lhe Itel their supplies are inferior to those of the other students Comments about black and while Sunday cornice thai began last Sun day range from P d i grrrr lo I like em t private businesses have sucli a personal im pact and el kit such a personal doctors and hospitals get similar and ma be barbers ami bartenders come close to hearing peoples opi nions ears and frustrations as but it is heartening lo know that you our care enough to call and tell us what you think il some of the calls are anonymous and inappropriate for publication Learn how to prepare delicious recipes that are good lor at the Heart Healthy Cooking pro gram sponsored by the Comal Coun ty FAteiision Service on Sept lu from 7 lo p m al First Federal Savings and Ixian Joan owner of Heart of Texas Cooking School in San An will present the program She is a consultant to the San Antonio Foundation or Prevention of Heart Disease and will demonstrate prac tical cooking principles that are useful in everyday meal prepara tion Several dishes will be prepared 2A The 40 percent chance of thuiukrshowcrs forecast or today has been changed to a M percent chance oi showers tomorrow Today will see mostly sunny skies with a high in the mid and south winds al 5 lo lu mph Partly cloudy skies tonight with a low near 70 and light variable winds The iu percent chance of rain Thursday will allow highs in the low ws and south winds between 10 and 15 mph SI 111 tflWIKS mynftt CUSSVKO KttaBIV Will IH 114 Making room New Braunfels Utilities thanks to cooperation from SacN Pac owner Garland today are mov ing a traffic light pole away from corner at the intersection of Walnut and West San Antonio streets where the new SacNPac store recently opened at 1592 San The SacNPac donated property to the city so the corner can be expanded and repaved by the city at a later trucks turning north on Walnut after traveling west on San Antonio have pro blems negotiating the tight City officials said the business also will be looting the bill for the expansion Although the only work done by the city today was the relocation of the light the city engineer said the city will cut off the corner in front of the convenience store and pave at a later date The traffic lights will work as they do but the one will be a lit tle more out of the Photo by Deryl TDCA utilities grant Eleventh hour protest lodged in fund request By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer After receiving one comment about the environmental impact of the Wal Mart distribution city of ficials are turning their findings over to the state and requesting funds be released to finance utilities exten sions to the Local resident Margaret Parr hand delivered a letter to the New Braunfels City Hall Tuesday after noon strongly protesting thecitys request for release of these funds Parr questioned city officials stand that utility easements will not impact any areas of archaeological Areas within New Braunfels are the site of archaeological Significant archaeological findings have been made in Landa con sidered a historical City officials said there is no record of significant historical findings in the area north of 306 near Interstate 35 where the WalMart distribution center will be If the requested grant is City of New Braunfels will receive approximately to offset the expense of providing services to the distribution Utilities will be extended from near PM 306 to near Kohlenberg Lane where the distribu tion center will be The city is to reimburse New Braunfels Utilities for the When applying for state and federal funding for projects such as this certain criteria must be Parr stated in her She went on to cite various laws with which the city must comply before receiving any of the requested grant Parr said the city has not com plied with the regulations and has not obtained a permit to conduct an ar cheological survey of the affected In view of your continued non compliance with state I must strongly protest your request for release of these Parr stated in her Court Thieleman of the city managers office said city officials have not obtained a permit to con duct an archaeological survey because no survey is Were not required to conduct a survey unless they the Texas Historical Commission tells us there is something significant about the Thieleman We havent had a survey Al this Ready and waiting New Braunfelsers ready for papal visit and mass r By OAVIOMAV JOHNKASTNEft SUM Writers New Braunfels will be well represented in San Antonio Sunday as Pope John Paul II makes his historic one that is destined lo touch the lives of both Catholic and the mariachi choir of the our Lady of Perpetual Help Church and ihe youlh choir al Sis Peter and Paul Catholic Church will com bine their voices with other selected choirs chosen to sing for the Pope Some members of Sis Peter and Paul have also been selecled to serve as ushers during Mass and one of the churchs fifth graders will offer gifts to the Pope Wickes Lumber Company has donated one of its flalbed delivery which is being spruced up and conformed to handle members of the electronic media which will lead the Popes vehicle along the papal Pope John Paul 11 is currently visiting nine American cities in 10 He will conduct open Mass Sunday He is scheduled to arrive al the San Antonio Mass site around There are no Catholic church services scheduled on Sun day Masses instead will be held on will celebrate Mass with the Pope on said father Eugene He said Peter and Paul parishioners have prepared many Catholic projects thai will be on display along the Papal Two but Loads of parishioners Are scheduled to leave from the church Sunday For many Ckrisliw Catholics this is a reminder of their said OCallaghan of the Popes visit Outside of the Catholic he is recognized as a leader for as a sane voice in a nuclear world I think the Pope looks at himself like His presence will be a source of inspiration to all of our said Father Palrick Palmer of St Thomas Catholic Church in Satller Father Don Murray at Holy Fami ly Catholic Church said the papal visit is a showing of good will and faith For a lot of people it is an all important occasion and something to remember for a long he 1 am happy for the 53 million Catholics in America that the Pope is coining to the United Slates lo visit his said Linwood pastor of the First Proles tant Church in New This is a good not only for Catholics lo hear and see the but also a wonderful opportunity for the Pope lo hear what American Catholics are saying and All nonCatholic Christians as join the Pope in his vision for world 1 applaud him or the leadership he is offering the world in working for world Kennedy Some Polish residents throughout Ufc area feel they have been left out as fax as the plans for the papal Among those are the Catholic families from the community of a town that is W per cent Here in New there are also many Polish Among them is Hedwig who declares Comal County as her hometown despite living with her daughter and her Bob of Texas who resided in New See Some persons expected to flock to San Antonio this weekend to see hear Pope John Paul Local of ficials have begun preparing for possible heavy traffic and congestion anticipated Sunday along Interstate 35 towards San Antonio as a A Department of Public Safety spokesperson here said all troopers will be on as if it were a major We really dont know if it is going to be bumpertobumper or not along 135 We anticipate the possibility of heavy traffic but we really dont have anything to draw We are going to be Maps directing persons planning to attend the Popes outdoor Mass Sun day morning are available at the DPS offices Many are being urged to use San Antonios mass transit system to and from 10 park and ride locations which will be clearly HEB grocery including the New Braunfels have bus tokens available at but they must be purchased by Those over the age of 5 years using the park and ride service will need a Comal County Sheriff Walter Fellers said he plans to beef up his deputy watch and traffic patrols for the papal We dont know whats going to happen because this kind of thing has never happened Im just going to be on the safe Fellers Local motels are about 70 percent full and rooms are available according to Mona director of the Convention and Visitors Law enforcement personnel are preparing for possible traffic tieups and congestion along Interstate Theres been some misinforma tion distributed that were all booked There are some rooms and some condos Lane said of local Some are booked with tour buses but most have vacan A rough estimate is that we are about 65 to 75 percent f But we didnt order this Warren who drives for Tarco trucking aNhough it did so quite of this morning misjudged was injured and the load and truck wete not the width of Eberhard Lumber driveway badly Only half the load wea and missed a When the trucks rear for 1445 Photo by wheels slipped into the the loads Deryl weight shifted just enough to dump the whole
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