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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas CHS Unicorn women Page 10A New Braunfels 216 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377800 5126259144 Zeituno ortAi 4 t t Friday November 25 Cents Two 20 Pages West Mayor Peter Schneider will present a plate to New Braunkls City Council at tonights council meeting in Ness Hraunfels Ctihtics board The honorable mayor of our sister city across the Atlantic Ocean has been in New Hraunfels for more than a having sisttetl our ire department sshich atsii got a plate from Schneider and just generally having a gootl time If you werent otherwise going to a reason to attend this afternoons f 1J p in council you might consider shossmg up or this then go on lo your howling team or whatever of course New Braunfcls contingent to a state conference on downtown garnered an award or hasmg the mo pie from a s right Kay president of the iKiwntown lalioii cits couiuil memlHrs Lorame Krai Hi Ar Hold Katuon cits stall memUr Court Thleleman a ml Mona wtio f wearing aKtul thtiv hat fur iJreater New Hraunfels of CommiTce these the conference that uuliided IIM spvific liowiitiiwi such as and design tiretn Thumb ieis u will mcvt at lu Ntv at McKemu Memorial i in the is a picture n Kleliientar Mtien the Chicken Hance at the wetk and the the noise Kim liere demonstrates Mep o the that is a New IMS ells a ierman tradition See Page 2A Our mild lall weathet for tunes may be running out soon as a respectable cold front is expected to roll through late Sunday afternoon or evening In the meantime todays forecast calls for part ly cloudy skies and temps around 83 degrees Overnight low will settle into the loss More clouds Saturday with a slight chance of ram and highs in the low aos and a low of 61 degrees The Menu CLASSIFIED 28B A IEUGIOUS TELEVISION Good as new Nominations sought for district directors Each member of commissioners court is being asked to nominate at least one person to preside on the initial Comal County Water Oriented Recreation District board of directors That ssill gise us at least five of the seven providing we can all agree on those said Commissioner Evans County solons discussed during Thursdays regular session having a board in place by Dec The board will consist of seven directors serv ing staggered tsvo year terms Four of the members must reside in the district and one from outside County Judge Fred Clark said Thursday a private firm hired earlier this year by the county had nearly completed its task of drafting the boards bySaws and procedures during their 9 session will further discuss ward nominations and matters relating to establishment of the districts considered crucial to the success or failure of its operation The board will have in county start up part of which will used to rent and fur nish possibly in the Canyon Lake Board positions are not salaried although certain expenses may be Early duties of board members will be deciding which of several revenue generating op tions will be Collection of levies and permitting will be handled by Tax Gloria McLennan who will charge cost of which she says at first svill be an It is going to be some extra work but it wont too bad since it is handled said McLennan Mixed drink tax receipts are down from last year While New Braunfels drinkers are paying their share of city expenses in the form of mixed drink the amount of revenue generated by those taxes is dosvn from this time last year New Braunfels will receive from the state as the local share of the 12 percent mix ed drink tax for August and September bringing the citys yeartodate mixed drink tax receipts from the state to That total is down from this time last year svhen the citv had received from the state in theform of mixed drtnk lax The amount svill funnel into the citys general ac count Court city finance said the city has budgeted an expected in mixed drink lax remittance from the state during the fiscal year that began in July In the was collected in mixed drink taxes during the past three In a related tavern operators have yet to present city officials with a petition seeking to put the question of late hours such businesses on a municipal Tavern osvners and operators have had several bui lo dale no formal petition has proved One tavern said many signatures svere collected on a petition calling for later bar hours he none of themwere registered but they dont Later bar hours almost certainly would in crease the amount of mixed drink tax but opponents of later hours conlend the social problems associated with later hours would cost more in insurance and law Henovaiton he Comal County project paid through 1985 general Hjiise me UMM nujjor bone revenues Bids for i 9yea Mstory is cleaning of the exterior stone J0j tMeif San an y remains Count Loyan y into thctr second floor dicjb justice 01 Haui5 veteran ser nroLation and Ar aia by general tuna let out soon Among the alterations to tne historic struc ture Duiit in 889 include construc tion o a Ulna Moor reloca tion ana replacement of elevators jail enand office changes and reopening o uii into the southwest Courthouse Vu UK o renovations in the past occurred in the general con 1930 anu 1965 Photo Dy Dery Clark the Sb25 000 renovation Council to consider halt to trash collection rates The Ness Hraunfels City Council will consider placing a moratorium on newly adopted garbage collection rates for apartment dwellers Monday The consideration comes after city hall receiv ed numerous complaints when newgarbage col lection rates went into effect last The in creased rates came as a shock to a number of local apartment complex managers who com plained that the city was unfairly charging them and their residents Garbage rates had been levied on a per dump ster which in most cases were charged to the apartment Under the new charges increased to the as much as any other residential per month plus City Manager Joe Michie said this morning he See Page2A When you push this Cholesterol screening Saturday and Sunday The Comal County Health Depart in conjunction sviih the American Heart will be sponsoring cholesterol screening Saturday and Sunday on Mam Plaza behind New Braunfels Utilities Three minutes and a simple finger prick a person sull be able to get an accurate measure of blood cholesterol Cost of the screen ing is and proceeds will go tosvards purchase of a machine for the depart ment Cholesterol is a precursor for heart disease and two major causes of said County Health Mary Lou The screening will tell you if you need to see a physi cian or change your lifestyles and provides kind of an if results show high levels Times oi screening will be 10 to 4 pm The tests will also be available Monday at the depart ments new offices on the courthouse second floor and offices will remain open through the lunch There is no select group prone to high said ad ding We feel its going to a good Besides the cholesterol and diet literature and free blood pressure screenings will also be pro vided doctors and volunteers from the heart association will staff the Cub Scouts toured the HeraldZeitung offices Thursday and found out what it takes to put a newspaper The youngsters are part of Troop Den 6 sponsored by Paul Lutheran from Scott Brett Zach Craig Phillip den mother Melanie and Alex Kraft watch as Wendy Jones works at one of the computer Groups interested in touring the newspaper facilities are invited to call the office at 625 Staff photo Report on plane crash will take into next year Authorities with the National Transportation Safety Board said today it will likely be another seven to eight months before results of their investigation into the private plane crash 23 that killed two New Braunfels residents will be released James and Connie were killed when a Cessna 172 Mangum was piloting crashed outside Cherokee in San Saba County Preliminary reports indicated that inclement weather con tributed to the crash but a cause has not been officially determin The two were returning to New Braunfels from Lubbock but were many miles off Authorities determined the plane hit the ground skidded for about 50 feet then tried to go airborne when it struck a A spokesperson with NTSB in Worth said today their factual report will not be completed for about four where it will then be sent to and that any probable cause would not be released for about eight months
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