New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 2, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 02, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 2, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Canyon boys lone local    ,    See    Page    I    JA New Braunfels AV •rn Vol 13*1 No 234 707 Landa St New Braunfels Te*as 78'30(LISPS 377-880 512-625-9'44 Wednesday December 2 1987 25 Cents Two Sections 26 Pages Stammtleth F irst Baptist Church ot ( any on I,ak* is having a Birthday Parts for Jesus lH*v ll starting at 7 p in The part> < euphrates th*- true meaning of < hristmas and will t»*gm at 7 p rn for youngsters in first through sixth glad*-' At , IS p m parents will join their children for a pla> which will be acted out to the youth of the churl h After the pl tx birthday cake and other refreshments will rn- M*rved The church is located in Horseshoe F ail- Kstates off F Vt a*. For more information or direc tions call IF** church at «M M57 w .int ti- I* son rn s* - .» that someone on sour ss-t Ianitsta Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi n xponM>rmg santa grams ut t bristrtias songs and poinsettias Or Sets ail! tx- taken from IHS through 22 t <»sts are I tor a Christmas i arui and ll* for th* Ming and Bower The ''anta grands will ta* Ie dx ere*! from Sam to r p m I Vex A* through, ii To place your order * als Anglea at 625 7 **• or My ra at o 4127 Its*' New Bra ar '*• - \r! I * »g > offering a i peri en*, ho. .day * oultt at trie league s gallery ll: •4 a.nut s»juare sm*ppmg center lh** gallery s open Tuesday through! Nat unlay from l« a rn to - p rn Marne of the items in* .ode paintings pottery ami crafts The folks at Hurstlrst \smm .at ton approxed a s* iv aarslup trust during the.: general meeting ch t A* and ‘hen rats***! I .*• during the annual tent x ai Manx basin* • m-- in U ar. supported lh* pf oast And (la lunas and t v»a% < er*ainu did. their purl I*■>*.; *. tot something unu aal b« do Buy the Humane Na e* s of New Braunfels m»me of tl»e irs !• a»i tor puppies kit tee.’* v» » an*'. ■■ als Ila-s*a:ietx runs the shelter as a mm profit or gam i at ism amt d**p*'rKls on support from tin* lotnmunitx to F**,p fees I the •* animals ! site der s each year hor more inturn aition on •>. .pi* g out Cal    Holt at NSO I hr jjttfi annual Advent Vespers sjamsorcd by New Braunfels Mush Muds Club Will ta- I Hs < at 4 p ;> at h irst Baptist Church The mas' eil 11»rm»nitx chorus will ta* dirts test tty Vtetltta h f uefi and ad output-. >*s| by Joanne lemrrve Idle put iii IS if;V lbs* til t|gp nj sptrattotvii i igkert An offering w. , ta- taken for th** M u - u study * ,ai a* tix dies ara! scholiirsfup- ’• • Pa a high M ts**i M*f .lot s r~ -.V” r N t *- S ’    -vt: * S RC V A " ^ t N! 23 shopping days to Christmas I winks like tile obi winter wonderland is out of tm* pa tun at leant IIH a while anyway This afternoon s temperatures will top out around 75 and tonight will be (air anil cont with a low o! ut Mm! 45 I he Menu CLASSI! IID COMICS CROSSWORD Of AR ABBY I DUC A HOR I NURI AlNMt NT HOROSCOPE MLEIDOSCOPt OPINIONS SPORIS IV LISTINGS WEATHER Residents near the TOO F>lc*k of Comal street escape*! danger early this morning when a natural gas pipe w as broken in their neighborhood Wesley Meyer of the Ness Braunfels Fire ivepartment said ap p a rent I y someone had ran into the above ground gas monitoring station on i. omal Street He said the metal guard surrounding the station wa- smashed and a half inch p.p* was damaged allowing gas toe: cape The residents smelled a vee. strong odor of gas and the. couldn't find where it was coming from so they ailed us Meyer said He >atd Entex officials had th* ga leak stopped shortly after arriving a’ the scene Fire department officials als*) responded to the scene NBU board okays land purchases A van was parked under a carport and was heavily damaged (Photo by Deryi Clark> Fire sweeps through Comal Inn The New Braunfels I unties board of trustee*. Monday approved the pur chase of more than Sac one worth ut property and easement* More than half of an acre wa*- pur chased for an elevated storage tank north of the Wa. Mart distribute center site Along with the purchase more than two acres of permanent easement and three acre' sn tem porary easement were purchased The property transactions which wi. increase the water service in the area near Kohlenberg Road will « >• 127,307 Also purchased Monday was just .ess than an acre near bounty Line Road along with permanent and tem porary easements The land package near bounty Line* Road w ill cost NBL $25 un) An eiex ated storage tank will tw* built on the property A fire that sw**pt through two motel ru«»nu> anil a -turug** room early Toe' fay morning has been termed at*, idental The (ire at * omal Inn 4ta I S kl W«*st * a usee an estimated Vt*- ** in damage New Hraufde s Fire Chief bhd Baker 'aul it appeared the fire had be***" humu g *• >r Mime f me r-efore irs! alarms were received ii 42a rn * are aal Wet City officials discuss protection of aquifer LL Fire raged through the motet units Devore firemen arrived the aroon We ar** ruling it as of now a* cidentiai undetermined Baker sa id W «• hav *- pre!ty much rule*! out wiring a** a po" * .« cause arni ar* ti* * :;g at J***" .tux a garette Tt>** motel umts were engulfed in flames when th* first fire tru* k arm ed V third m*»tei unit sustained minor damage \ \ an parke*1 under a carport was totaled Fire officials responded with two engages a ladder ’ru** and two am buian* es No injuries were reported Av lording to reports a man was staying in one of the units possibly the room where the fire originated < in* guest of th** motel said this mor rung that the occupant walked up See FIRE Paqe 2A Absentee voting strong in bond election Absentee voting t» go rig strong at the New Braunfels independent s. tftftti in st net for a ptt»p«.s«*d Xxi mtiiioh bond issue \f•**ut ft* (**>pi«* have * ast absentee ballots since voting t***gan Sox rf said Lonnie t'urtis NBlhlJ s .1",* tart -upenntendent f**r (inurne and Registered voter's tan avoid Hie election day rush by tasting their absentee ballot during working lk>urs w*s*k tax- until lbs 8 at Hie Fidu* a ti»m t enter al 4 to W NI Ut st V titers are de* tiling th** tale ut a pn•post'd Immd issue which if approx ed will fund construction ot a new elementary m Imm’I and expansion to other seh*mis in th** district lh** first pr*»j»**sitH>n faxing x**t**rs would allocate $2 ft million tor building a ti«*w elementary st,ht**i to relieve t row ding at Memorial Primary vlHMi and < arl Mhurr Fa«*mentarv s, >Nt>, v.Mt Prup*»sj lion No I would fund unprvveinents at I mr* stai ami nmvertmg a gvn mas tutti to clas4»r*M>m> at beele Flen vent ary >*fkft»i The s«v*Mkl pi (position would allow a tft»n«l issue of Ste* i*t* for im pr* xements at New Braunfels High .school including construction of i t new classrooms Proposition No - would issue $!h, (ki» m tionds for purchasing land for future s* bool facilities B. SAH AH DUM. Stat* fttntff san Antonio is taking the lead in an effort to protect th** Edwards Aquifer and ensure the waler supply for ben ’Ta. leva' But that city needs »*p**r at ton fn*m New Braunfels and th** surrounding area Thai was the message s.m Antonio bit) bourn'ti man Weir Labatt gave »** a1 city council memU*rs and the New Braunfels Utilities board ut trustees Tuesday at the bivic r enter He presented the group with a report outlining certain steps local cities should implement to prevent the degradation of the aquifer I guesv what we xe addressed here are the quality issues he san! adding that a study and the subsequent report grew out of controversy that broke out last spring when developers made plans for major construe hon over the aquifer-recharge /on** At that time. business people were completely at odds with en v irwnn lent alist s It was a war /one Labatt said He added that through a rational study of the significance oi protect lr. the aquifer once adversarial factions developed mutual goals Th** resulting report outlines a nunUvr ut ways the aquifer can be protected The most significant of those being the close monitoring ot sewage treatment plants regulation of hazardous waste transport shun and commercial development in t> < aquifer s sensitive areas The report ais., entourages ail counties in the aquifer area to adopt septic tank monitoring sy stems Th** cornerstone of this whole thing is that we do nothing to allow the degradation of water quahtv 1 Labatt said bit) officials accepted nan An tonic - recommendations and pro miM-d to review them to determine Flow they might fit into local reguia lions NBL officials pointed out that local sewage treatment plants already are in reasonably good shape and w ill im prove when recently funded renova titans are complete Labatt s presentation n New Braunfels was on* OI a number Mheduled througFvout the aquifer area which extends from Kinney bounty to the west through I value and Medina Fiexar Comal and Hay s count ies san Antonio with lh** largest population rely mg on IFie aquifer on iv controls some b percent oi the aquifer s recharge /one That zone where water infiltrate- into the large underground caverns is particular) significant in regard to protecting the See AQUIFER Page/A Sweet secrets Cheer Fund to provide holiday feast More coniribuitons for th** all (ma! < 'Fleer Fund are m*«*d«*d to make th** holiday s brighter for .ami area families Th** Herald    w    itll the Na ttonal tiuard and Community ser vi*«* Center sp*ms»or ttu * fi«***t F und drive to provide Christmas dinners f»»r ne**d) taiiulies in the New Br aludels area Ihe goal in b*87 is to provide Christmas dinners (or AM) families iii the area wlro might ik*t *»ther v*ise t*«* able to enjoy a holiday (east So that means thai more than $4 ooo must in* collected tft lore I lee 18 Contributions of non perishable biod items also are being accepted at the newspaper office Ilk* Herald Zeituntf will publish tFk* names of contributors to the I hi*t*t F und each day Contnhu turns are tax deductible arid may be made at Un* newspaper office at TOT Lamia New Braunfels Texas THI Ut For more information or to arrange (or pickup of donations * all I arui Avery at ti25 1*144 lh** total ik»w stands at $2 Aik J6 with contributions Tuesday from \N**sley and Minnie Odell. SA* Mr adn Mrs (Herm Johnson $25 Adehe id Krueger flu Miss Linden \ Anderson $10, New Braunfels Newcomers ( tub $ ft* and anonymous donations o( $250 ami $2a _I Santa Claus was the big hit during Tuesday s downtown lighting ceremony on Main Plaza Youngsters lined up to give the jolly ole elf an earful of holiday wishes downtown aboard a tire truck Santa arrived in a procession led by Canyon Middle School marching band Residents escape gas leak danger ;

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