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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 24, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas M no pr M JCPQFll M HO BOX rv 1 1 i affected if TLC drops See Page 7 New Braunfels One 10 Pages 707 Landa New Texas 78130 DSPS 377880 5126259144 Zeitung Tuesday November 25 Cents 228 Holiday shopping The annual preThanksgivlng bake sale sponsored by the York Creek Volunteer Fire Department will be held tomorrow at Baenzlger Model Market on Court Street In beginning at The fire department also will have or purchase With Christmas so near and with a large number of weddings and showers this the cookbooks make great gifts the open house at Im New Braunfels new teen is today from i M to 7 p at Im age in The Oaks Shopping Walnut and Loop Ml There will be refreshments and and all parents teachers and others interested in learning more about the club are Invited to meet the management and discuss what Im age is about In conjunction with the open the other merchants at The Oaks extend an invitation to visit their stores for refreshments and optn house specials The first of two rehearsals for the Advent Vespers Massed Choir Con cert will be tonight from 7 to p m at the First Baptist Church 7M Cross All singers artinvited to par ticipate in the concert which will be held Dec tt at First Baptist Church at 4 p m Meluta Krueh is director ami Joanne Lemmon is ac The annual downtown Christinas tree lighting celebration and arrival of Santa by fire truck will be Dec at Main at 6 p m Along with performances b the Canyon Middle School Band poster winners will be announced And on Ifc the Greater New Braunfels Arts Council is sponsormg us annual Communitv Sing from 3u to 7 30 p m on the Plaza Tis the season to have fun I Dont forget your umbrella theres a 40 percent chance of showers today with a strong south wind at 15 mph and a high of 79 Tonight will have an 80 percent chance of showers and a low of 66 with a cool front bringing in more clouds and cooling Wednes days high down to 73 with northwest winds at 10 mph Thanksgiving Day will be cloudy and cool with a high of 63 and an overnight low of The Menu CLASSIFIED 8 10 HOIOSCOPE 4 TV of the River Road area on Nov y formed a Neighborhood Crime Watch with the help of Comal County Chief Deputy Brian John The area being watched is from lxst IXitchman to Camp Beans The German American Society will hold its regular meeting Dec 1 at 7 30 p m at lht American 1egion Hall on West Coll A Christmas Party will follow In conjunction with the Fourth Annual Gruene Country Christmas a major collection ef fort for the New Braunlels Jaycees Toys for Tots program will be held Dec 5 and when collection jars will be placed in all the Gruene merchants businesses to ruisc money for the Jaycees annual toy and food drive In addition to the community is invited to bring a toy to the Gruene town lighting on Dec 5 from to to in front of the Gruene Antique Company Music and caroling for the lighting ceremony will be provided by the County Line Band and Santa will be arriving on horseback The Jaycees efforts will provide food and toys or about 125 families at so go on out to have a good lime and spread some Christmas Most of are getting ready for the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays D shopping for all the goodies for feas However there are families in the New Braunfels area who will not have a houday dinner without donations to the HeraiaZeitung Cheer Funa See oeiow for more Photo by Deryl Clark newspaper plan holiday closings Turkey Day is just two days away and working people all over town are looking forward to tak ing the day off to do some serious feasting and maybe watch a little football The folks at the New Braunfeis Cit Hall and the Comal Appraisal District will have the day off Thursday but theyll be hard at work again Friday The New Braunfels Utilities office will be closed Thursday and Friday as well as the Comal County Cour thouse Both the New Braunfels and Comal school districts ad ministrative offices will be closed Thursday and The New Braunfels ISD Education Center will be open only for absentee voting The e u Braunfels HerMZeitung offices will also be closed Thursday Thursdays paper will come out that morning so the folks around here can spend a lutle time with their families We II be back at it Fridav Total loss Council appoints Krueger to airport zoning board By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer New Braunfels City Council members took advice from a local resident Monday and agreed to ap point someone who lives near the New Braunfels Municipal Airport to a new board charged with regulating construction around that Nancy an airport told council Monday residents in the area are not opposed to the creation of the zoning but do want some We just feel like we would feel so much better if we could have so meone from that area on that That would make us feel Krueger said H we have any ques we would be able go to that per we know them and we would feel comfortable going to them to have them explain things to us whereas if someone gets on it that we dont were just not sure that were getting all the facts Thats really the main we just want to have a little bit of say Those suggestions were in line with the recommendations to the council from Glenn chairman of the ci ty airport advisory The woman also said she has talked to Guadalupe County Judge James Sagebiel about represenation on the board City council Monday approved the first reading of an ordinance creating a zoning board to be responsible for protecting the air space around the The boards only authority will be to restrict the height of buildings in the airports flight pat New Comal County and Guadalupe County will have representatives on the Although the airport is in Guadalupe County and not within New Braunfels city its flight patterns and the area over which the new board will have authority extend into both coun ties and the city The airport is maintained by the city and its opera tions affect both Crow told council that creating the sevenmember board is the best way to protect the air space around the Residents oppose annexing Page2 County to appoint water board Coma County Commissioners ap pear set Wednesday to name the board of directors for the countys Water Oriented Recreation District Because of Thanksgiving commissioners will meet tomorrow at 10 a m A preagenda workshop is slateo for j a m Commissioners meet on the third floor of the cour thouse annex Seven nonsalaried members will comprise the WORD board of direc tors one of Ahum must reside out side the Commissioners were asked earlier this month to con sider nominations to the board which is considered crucial to the districts success Voters on 3 approved creation of the district by more than a 21 The district will levy user rental fees and other specific forms of revenues used for funding emergency creation and maintenance of permanent public road improvements and lit ter Commissioners agenda reads as follows appoint board of directors for the Water Oriented Recreation personnel award bid for exterior cleaning of award bid for culvert extension on River changes to the multiagency nar cotics trafficking task force final approval of Rancho Del phase treasurers approve Judge sets Strickland arraignment Coma ounty CourtAtLaw Judge Ron Prichard Monday ordered Wesley Scott of Ca nyon Lake to employ legal counsel and reset his arraignment hearing for Dec 7 Strickland appeared in court as scheduled Morxkis lor formal an nouncement of revocation of proba tion charges He faces up to 180 days jail on the revocation motion filed by County At torney Bill Reimer after it was discovered Strickland had tampered with his courtordered Guardian In terlock The tampering was discovered after Stricklands car was recovered Nov 11 from a The car is believed used in a fatal hitandrun accident three days before on In terstate 35 that left one San Antonio woman dead and another Strickland was also charged with failure to stop and render a third degree That case is expected to be presented next month to a grand jury for possible If he could serve up to five years in Canyon Lake man sentenced in death A Canyon Lake man was sentenced late last week in Comal County CourtAtLaw in the fatal accident Sept 1 that killed a 14yearold Moun tain Middle School Student Richard 22 HCR Box pled no contest Friday to charges of cnmmalh negligent homocide before Judge Ron Prichard He was assessed a fine of placed on one years probation on a day jail sentence and ordered to w hours community Criminally negligent homocide is a Class A Rhinehart could have been fined up to and placed in jail for one year Matthew James Middleton died of multiple head and internal injuries when his motorcycle slammed into the side of Rhineharts The accident occurred in the Hancock Oak Hills area Rhinehart was not in jured According to Department of Public Safety Rhinehart was at tempting to pull forward out of a private drive onto Hillcrest It was near dusk and Rhineharts view was not licensed to operate the streetlegal bike but who was wearing a had no time to The Saltier eighthgrader died the following day at Brooke Army Medical Center at Sam Houston in San Dorothy Browns trailer home in Leisure Village off FM 725 was destroyed by fire Mon day She was not at home when the fire Units from the New Braunfels Fire Lake Dunlap Volunteer Fire Department and McQueeney Volunteer Fire Department The cause of the fire is under The mobile its con tents and a travel trailer were destroyed in the Fund accepting donations If youre wondering how you are going to feed your family this holi day take just a minute to think about those less fortunate than yourself and consider help ing the Cheer The HeraldZeitung along with the Na tional Guard and Community Ser vice Center each year sponsor the annual drive to provide Christmas dinners for needy families in the New Braunfels This the annual Cheer Fund began with a balance of Last the fund started with a balance of 20 and through the generous dona tions of residents met the goal to feed 200 families The goal again in 1987 is to pro vide Christmas dinners for 200 families in the area who might not otherwise be able to enjoy a holi day So that means that more than must be col lected before Contributions of nonperishable food items also are being accepted at the newspaper The HeraldZeitung will publish the names of contributors to the Cheer Fund each Contribu tions are taxdeductible and may be made at the newspaper office at 707 New Texas For more informa tion or to arrange for pickup of call Carol Avery at 625 Making donations Monday and today were Herman Kenneth and Henrietta and Harry Homer and Ingrid and two boxes of groceries Bill a bag of groceries and anonymous con tributions of and four bags of These dona tions bring the total to
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