New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 20, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 20, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 20, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas NB volleyball team in Austin today, See Page IO New Braunfels /IV Vol 134 No. 226 707 Lands St New Braunfels. Texas 78130 (USPS 1'7-80* *: 12-625-91- Zcitunq   2 Friday November 20, 19J 25 Cents One Section. 20 Page1 It will xx>n |<M)k and sound a lot like Christmas around t any on I .ako rho i any on I.ako Chamber of i ointner* ** is spoonim g th** area > fir-^t annual Christmas tree lighting and has lurried th** annual ('hrtstmas parade into th*- biggest ever • hamhet President Maurwn I vie said a rn foot tree fuilv decorated and entirely don«ded bv the ii un rn unity Mi til ta* lit tv* r* at 7 p rn i* th* ha” ’<*•• > ffu es on KM . • •ti* Che Smithson V alley hi boot * fiorus ad! ta* on hand to lead the * a immunity in Christmas c amis Then on I IIH Ii alii tw th** parade aho h this year is no small affair Atte! (fie i handier found out »n september that the lo* ai son a it y that usually coordinated the parade had pulled out la Ie and the ch,lintier cent ti work \ ' Of DO* gland Riarsfiiih a ill be i «■>,nt * Judge F red I lark and * <mii tv f minus Somers t I yd? Jacobs and I » Jumbo f vat‘s Ifier* are pres* - • .    ••nter*s1    Ho* mar* hit g r ;,dso.hsun A a.;* •. H ch v rn. Mote-*., v aiaev V d die s, ht«>i Bt, vert!* S!. idle s, tx*. >*., Hop* id M * to make ar appearatlee 11>*' approx'.matrix I mile pat a»K* route * ill sf arf a! A F M Ii. Vd’ier an." pi*. ••* 4 V -*11 PM .*?"! starting at ft a rn F or m*»re Mu ^ ” He arrives n th 'an si< ks otic filled aith * ately fruit ate! nu lo* ’’tov* t h.Hirer; ate! have txx-f, C4eel aiel ??»*    fuji    of    »\*licht' IIM' |M*r it VV staff it<C ha! Maiden atef I a-ni.y \ tai Huhiett are available al five •Km*! New Braunfels nun Bogier? N» -*utm w * ai ta ads Houston t o v si < menu Vet durrs The movie ss pro duns J With furwfs Tis rived Iron. ? bv hmeru an Plsyhivuse serin! on PBN .net with fluids (rom 1 inrttu * en lures liotiert flu1 Mio of (»*x>rge Now ot nv of New Braunfels brought fix* moi ie brrr lo help the n««m {.ions raise money f*it tie’ b ias l ions < amp for ('ripple*I» hiidren Che movie is a story afloat a steel worker fattier wtei wants his soil to #row up to tie more than a him* collut worker but tits son only wants to In* Uke bls dad Show* are at J . and 7 p iii aiel In kefs are I i ai jot adults » hlldletl under ti will tx- admitted Ins rh** Carles Bose Agency is ofter ink a I defensive IM tv mc Course oil lbs 1 and ; (rom »• to lo p m at * a ny on High s*fn4ii t ail til* k.». •> for more information Nu t1 and sunny today witti a high of ho and north winds at la mpti lf ll tx* cold tonight with a low ol atiout iii and light and v unable w iuds Saturday will tx* partly clou*Iv with a (ugh ol id arui souttw*ast winds at to mph IN Menu CLASSI# ll D COMICS CROSSWORD OI AR ABBY IN11KI AIN MI N ( MOROSCOPl opinions RIUCIOUS FOCUS SPORTS TV LISTINGS MAT MLR 12 19 8 3 2 9 8 4 6 7 IO 12 8 2 Construction, bond sale go on despite opposition By SARAH DUK E Staff Writer The general manager of the Petter nales K lect ne Cooperative said his organization is ’rving to find some .1 • co rn Hi od a t to n lith the Guadalupe Blanc*! River Authority concerning the hydroelectric general mc plan! .’-inc binit a! the ft xii of f any on Dam Benni** F uelterg freud of PKI was reluctant to give details of PKI s position regarding the plant t ut said earlier this week we are still op$x>s set off fire alarm What was thought to be a fire Thursday afternoon at New Braunfels Christian Academy ended up being a gfxxl fire drill for the school In fact, smoke did se? off the school s alarms and school officials herded the children outside as fire trucks sped to the new structure on Kerlieh Lane New Braunfels F ire Chief Phil Baker said the smoke was caused by du.sf burning off heating elements m the system and that no fire was found Like any new facility when you turn or. the heating sys’em for the first time there is going to be some smell hke smoke s nd Baker M. did a thorough check of the building just to make sure We dain t want to take any chances Classes af the private school wen-disrupted for about to minutes un?;. fire officials gave the okay to re enter the building Commission okays Boerne annexation w .#» wflnMi ’ a going or at the Canyon n>dr ele trie { at Phn1 ir* BONDS Page san Board seeking approval for airport improvements Mu! M unlet (hu.niwotcki s fix erg tx** it v Mrp m*v lion * fig** tm* fact that if th** g* ire ti«> l*»w thev have to g«j Antonio to land he said ■rn* sn. 'aid the sophisticated ml in ■w the Fed regulators pledge SI .3 billion in bailout I rider FAA regulations the would have to pay !• jx*rcent or $4110 of th* project if it r**'elves feder ai funding the engineer said I Hg>r*!W0t>k( 'aul the advisory ng system would * *»f atxnjt board which met Tuesday night also • » He aililed that the airport    plans to mtK New Braunfels City *>r> hoard plans to request ap    Council approval to apply (or a grant a, from th** New Braunfels City    t<> fund taxi wav and lighting im * to apply tor a F ederal Avia    provernents at the facility F A A Administration grant to fund th** would require that lo percent of the - * steer.    improvements estimated to cost VMi*> 1 ■») be funded locally The airport a*lv isory board de* ided earlier this week to appear before council IN** 14 to make re* urn men elations about development at the air port ami to request permission to ap ply tor grants B , DAVID VAY StaM Writer Rather than becoming part of sar Antonio residents in the southwest corner of < Oma! (bunty have decided thev want to tw* annexed into B*x*rne s extra territorial jurisdu Bon Comal County Commissioners gave unanimous support to that proposal Thursday morning approving the inclusion of an area fxvund by Curry Road Blanco Road and part of Amn.an Road into Boerne s extra territorial jurisdiction several residents affected by the annexation voiced support of she move to commissioners who also me* with otficials from the city d B*>**rne and from Kendall County F‘very body is in favor of signing with FKx*rm* said Elgin Schwartz who lives on Amman Road All San Antonio wants is the most control with the least amount of responsibtli rtesident Btu Schoolcraft agreed Kveryone we have spoken to is in favor of joining B*x*me > F'TJ he said Boerne and Kendall County authorities recently began plans t*» expand their jurixlu tion after san Ant*!nto moved north annexing pot lions along Interstate Ut past las»n spring** two years ago The move forced persons living in Fair Oaks subvdivision lo incorporate to avoid becoming residents of var. Antonio To the concern of people in Ken dab County and Boerne they san Antonio went two mile** beyond where they needed to g*> said Ken dab Commissioner Jim A alerse There was an outcry (rum the pts* pie who did not want rn t*e part or >ar. Antonio Boerne Councilman Rub,*! s Magers said it appears san Ardor c ' expanding its F'TJ in such a wav •{,,*.? it appears to tie seeking control < * th* Kdward s Aquifer reg,on up to the Guadalupe River lf they could get a strongbox or the Guadalupe River I see them sticking pumps in ’he ground and pumping water out of th** river anil into the aquifer said Magers vs* dont know what their ulterior motives are Me re saying we w<»Ui> like to control our own des*my Pts. pie* here have a choice thev • an be part of San Antonio > or Roern* > jurisdiction * Wagers noted that th* i its Boerne has agree*i to apply subaiv e sior, anti other pertaining laws an*! statutes only within mile of its cf limits V alerie said officials worked toward an agreement with the city of san Antonio wherein annexation would end at the Kendall Bexar tour tv lines Me haven r received a rej. Iv but the comments of their piano mg j.**s>ple were that the city has the right to extend its KTJ wherev er they want to Comal County Precinct I Commis sloner J L E% ans made the motion to accept th** inclusion of the Boerne FiTJ into the southwestern cornet ut the county commissioner Net! t ratgmile seconded til** motion Tm supportive *>f the move said FA ans whose district includes Hie annexation area It is a voluntary inclusion and voluntary withdrawal ami it is w hat the people w an? See COUNTY Paqe I F fling liana! ion s ie that to der a1 1st I irs? 11 story lier of a v mg-' «*V<*fXf ttx* thrilt s tmmths of DA I. LAN AP regulator' ar** taunt thrift res* ut in th«-t‘»1ay saying dam,*> fleers wreaked vin v**ri and Loan Association rtq>air IN*spite the ouster of past fjoafd atKi 'W'vetai iii alia geinent f*v ifx* Ftsleial Horne I Alan Bank FK»ar*l lf IM* Dallas tiaseil fist Hut t*»n was bo|H*less|v mst»lv**nt ami getting wor se F HI BB * barnman M I latin v Mail said Thui alav rn ght Aerrn*11 s i t oftnes will I. closed t<xlav whili filler al regulators em bark on their It i billion re^* ut plan bv transferring Vernons insured depends to tt»e rwwly created Mont fort Savings AwH iation bt* said The F HI BB regulator of I JOO thrifts nattonwhK* said .Montfort will tolerate as a mutual association own-tsf by depositors un*let management t>* th* tam* board KH LHB spokeswoman Martha Gravies said Ida- tx*w entity will receive 4J**i million in * ash ami a II I billion note from the Federal savings and L>an Insurance Corp which guarantees VA1 deposits up to lion im** Me v«* diMw* th** best we could to vaivage what we could out of that operation said Tom B sc*»ttJr Hie See BAILOUT Paqe I Mirror Images Cheer Fund needs contributions Economic times are hard rww which is Hie reason the Cheer Fund is need***! «*ven more lh** Herald /ei(ui>K along with tin* Na (tonal Guard and t (immunity s**r vice ( enter each veal sjnuiMir the annual tlrive to prov nit* 1 ’bristmas dinners for needv (amities in th** New Braunfels area Altb»*ugh it is more difficult for Hie public to contribute it is more important tx** a use there are more families in need in the commit!!! tv This veal the annual Cheer F urwl lx*gan with a balance ol S*>4 27 Last year the fund started with a balance of ll 221 3> and througli the generous *l**iu lions of residents met Hi** goat to feed Juo families ITh* goal again iii lr*B7 is to pro vid«* Christmas dinners (01 Juu families in th** area who might not otherwise tx* able lo enjoy a hull day feast No that means that more than $4 ooh must tx* col levied tx*fore th** 1H Contributions ol non perishable f*xxl items also are being accepted at the newspaper office The Herald Zed ann will publish the names of contributors to the Cheer Fund each day Conin bu lions are lax deductible and may tx* made at Hu* newspaper office af 7u7 banda, New Braunfels Texas 781 to For more informs Hon *m to arrange for pickup of donations call Carol Avery at 625 9144 Making donations today were Jotin and Orvalene Hank cairned gotxis and assorted items and i^w ret ice and Betty Hart/ell $25 Workers put the finishing interior touches on a club just for young people set to open in less than a week in the Oaks Shopping Center Image is opening because of the response of area teens who told Image management in surveys and interviews what they were looking for in the way of a teen club On Nov 24 teens and their parents and teachers are invited to attend an open house at Image in The Oaks Shopping Center at Walnut and Loop 337 Image management wit! also be on hand during the open house which is from 3 30 to 7 p rn to discuss what Image is ail about There will be music, dancing and refreshments On Nov 25 Image will be open 7pm to ■ a m Normal opening hours wilt be posted at the club In conjuction with the open house the mer chants of The Oaks Shopping Center are extending an invitation to visit their stores for ad dftionai refreshments and to take advantage of their open house specials and prizes (Photo by Deryl Clark) ;

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