New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 4, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 04, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas 3-point shot a big hit among coat...    ige    8A New Braunfels>AV Vol 134 No. 236 707 Landa St New Braunfels Texas 78130 (LISPS 377-880) 512-625 914- County to seek opinion on deals It s time again for th** Brauntex Theatre and the Downtown Mer chants Association to tiring a . cent movie to the youngsters of New Braunfels VS hilt* you are Christmas shaping in downtown New Braunfels tomorrow drop th** kid-off at the Hrauntev at either - or ll a rn to -ee Benj) the Hunted for onlv a quart* r Next w**«*k s mov is I he Muppets lake Martha! tan v birthday parts dance in honor of Mayor Pro Tem Ramon 1 hapa Jr is planned for Saturday at Holy t anniv Mall Social txxir is set for 7 ut to 8 to p rn with the dan- ** with rn USU hv I a libre to tw be* f from 8 to midnight 8* DAVID MAT Staff Writer Comal 1 ountv looking for so matter of coiler' Commissioners 1 M*ek legal opinio judgments and t an ti** ret ox ere* The court batlon from the Appeals to issue extraordinary writs i-.ri "i la : - at*- in cases regarding criminal mat-•c i! 1    n th**    ters \ later ruling affirmed that l^| f*irf**ite-l bonds bond forfeiture proceedings are criminal in nature and the appeals court overturned a forfeiture judg-lances ment schroeder -aid Wednesday he may orma have misinterpreted state laws in ap Of the ply mg remit ti irfeiture jud^ the ct 'P Thui forfeiture and a* coun -t at Ute- to final WI Us But he ■ approved n glov e aid it prefab bond f* date law- pertai >ersonai •el it - our re-pon-ustodians <»f tax <1**liars to Lh# Ita- third annual Stiver Poinsett 1a sale benefitting mum tv ben ice * enter win * <*• he this year in the Hotel f au-l U>bi from 2 to p rn sunday just bef. th* ( urn ti . unit v Sing oh the Pl a/. 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CldfE* Sri OPINIONS PiQt .A Friday December 4 1987 25 Cents T wo Sections ’8 Pages Conduits going in at dam By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer Workers Thursday began the massive jot) of lining th*- Canyon Dan* conduit to prepare the structure for a hydroelectric generating plant being : mil at the dam Steel pipes 7 feet in diameter and about *s feet long a ii t • inserted into the dam to reinforce die existing conduit Employees at the site are work mg in ii hour shifts around the clock to finish the pro* ess Thomas Hill qualify control super visor at the construction site said the jot- needs to tx* umplehd as soon a-possible He added that the steel liner is needed because ?he generating plant whicr wti. provide electricity to New Braunfels residents, will in crease the pressure on the conduit We hopi* to have the majority oi the work done by th* first par' o Januarv Then well tx- able to make * lake releases as needed Hill said Currently the outflow from Ca nyon Lake is being pumped over the dam and into the Guadalupe River downstream of the construction site Hill said the sooner the construction work is completed within the dam th** better Heavy rains upstream of th** dam could force the contractors to abandon work and wait another year I*-fore resuming As tin* hi o*Rt jxvund steel pipes are inserted rn the conduit workers will weld them together .md force grout though boles in fie nip**" to sec are See CONSTRUCTION Paqe7A Evans files for election to third term Reserx a! Ha Mar too M f kit *. .14    «a §2UU or *,„*♦ . The Knik pious 1 hr nam* lf* S4*»*R Mf hi * nr isi ma v «. reft and teen ute St* STAMM rise H eau* .A VV .it - . *s e* < Ne 21 shopping days to Christmas It 1*iok- like there w til ta* spr ingtinw* weatiw i till - weekend Perfect Christ ma - -hopping aixt ire** decorating weatiiei witii partly cloudy -Me- arxl high- of atxiut 7fi Saturday tiiriHigh Monday Evening low- will he around si arui into the upjx*r lo uie Menu CLASSI! HO 3 BB COMICS 2B CROSSWORD 3A DLAR ABBY IB LNHRYAINMINl IB MOROSCOPf ?B OPINIONS 4A RLLIGIOUS fOCUS b 7A SPORIS 8 10A TV LISTINGS ?B WI Al HIK 2A vemerits ti* til*' road departntent which t»s* to th*- department - pur i ttas** of new resurfacing ami ut tier equipment and greater capabilities w 1 Ulm the road cliv talon Iii* cumin is-n mer said ti** bus ut tier pro]*** is -in winch to* would like to * out mu** wot king in* hiding a long term goal of instituting un enhanced nil emergency number tor tile coun tv Hospice to light up special tree Pfeuffer named to lead water recreation board M* Mas an par Bra Ital I gilt third al S ge I fee 1 tie bul a ount y ibution onor of Mando Garcia hands Rudy Git a strand of lights (photo by David HerreiM Ari**n Mayor switch Hoople After the ceremor few st migs to form « turned off until IN residents turn th**in * contributions honor people in their v * • A SIO or greater w ill turn on ,1 * : **t someone win* light-or in lox mg memory relative or perhaps t birthday or ani Ho-t itw iii s< na ment to the honor family Last year's progr cess 1 ui not only t needed financial support lo Mi** Hospice program a1 assistance to the terminally iii and their (•milles but als. because of the widespread communit v support Friends and -weethearts turned on a light for each other at Christmas bridge Clute and pro fessionals sent contributions fof See HOSPICE Paqe 2A Bf DAVID MAY ital! Writer Jean Pfeuffer was named prest ten! of Coma! (aunty - VV aiel 1 lr tented Recreation District I hors Say th a unanimous vote by County Commissioners Pfeuffer - nomination by Count) Judge Fred I ark to preside over UM inaugural and landmark itoard was seconded by Precinct I Commis stoner J L K\ans 1 in behalf of ail of us this is a v cry great challenge Pfeuffer -aid We intend to do the very ties* we can and we are lo*'king forward to it election ut remaining officers and determination of terms as well a-lo* ating a n.eeting place are the next steps for the board to resolve Commissioners delivered members their certif!*ates of ap point ment and charges w hich include conservation of natural resources of the district and prole* turn ut the public's health safety and welfare County Clerk Rosie Bosen bury administered the oaths of office < lark told the board members their tasks were magnified but said he felt confident they were equal to the challenge You have the support first ubstannal majority of citizens of ottier members are    Marry Mel mer Dr Jerome Kl app Betty w ails Dr John Landry    Melvin Node and Guv Anderson and the unbridled enthusiasm o! the community be said Creation of the district wasapprov ed by voters m November by better than a 2-1 margin following tile first 0! its kind legislation enacted earlier this year The district will levy user fees and other specific charges designed to generate revenues to alleviate county general fund depen dan* y for maintenance of road- law enforcement    emei genes services and litter control id mg Cheer Fund aims at making holida y brighter Definition of drought conditions must be resolved— NBU manager V B, SARAH DUK I Stall Writer Representatives of local state and fetter a1 agencies -at down ut the bargaining table earlier tins week in an effort to resolve Hie future of Canyon l ake tin* general manager of New Braunfels I Billies said today Bob soiin bead of NHI described a meeting iii Washington DC with numerous agency representatives as an experience of government bureaucracy in action A number of state and federal agencies must come to a joint den stun at unit w hon a drought tx*gins Sohn said lf some compromise is not worked out within about a week it is likely ttiat 40 cubic feet jx*r second will tx* release*! from Canyon Lake at all times Representatives of the local utilities and Ma* river authority responsible for the Guadalupe River have said that a minimum release of any kind threatens the future of th** lake NIU along with the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority the Texas Water Commission Ma* Texas Water Development Board and the Texas Balks arui Wildlife Department must agree on (ta* dei mu ion of a drought and just when Canyon Lake releases should slop Sohn said Blere isn t much tune tor the negotiations Barks and wildlite department representatives hold th** view that at least mi cubic feel per second should tx* released from C anyon Lake at all times The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has agreed with that opinion and required ti BRA to release no less than 40 cfs (rom tile lake except during droughts ti BRA officials have said there See RELEASES Page ?A \ The annual Cheer Fund has a goal ot making the holidays brighter for .too area families by prov idmg Christmas feasts The Herald Zedung sponsors the fund drive each year and receives assistance from the Na I tonal Guard and Community Ser vice Center The goal rn 1487 is to provide Christmas dinners tor Jot* families in th** area who might not otiiei wis** tx* able to enjoy a holiday feast So that means that more than $4 oou must tx collected tx*fort* De* 18 Contributions of non perishable food items also are tieing accepted at the newspaper oiMcc The Herald Zeilung will publish tlx* names ut contributors to th** Cheer Fund each day Contnbu lions are tax deductible and may be made at the newspaper office at 707 Landa New Braunfels Texas 78130 For more informa lion or to arrange for pickup ol donations call Carol Avery at 625 4144 The total now stands at $2 443 .16 with contributions Thursday from Mr and Mrs ti W Mc I wonton $25 Mr and Mrs K I. Thompson $10 and an anonymous donation of $25 ;

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