New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 9, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 09, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas CHS teams win first district games, Jttr r cry cr 11A New Braunfels A Vol 13J No 239WednesdayDecember 9 707 iandaSt New Braunfels Te*as 7813C LISPS 377-880) 512-625-9*■wo Sections 26 Pa* Men who .ire interested in form inti a Mon s tkimestic \ lolenve Sup port * in>up in tho C omal t ounty area are asked to call SSW-TI It* any day ext opt Wednesday Tho supp port group will help men who are abusers \ safei’ity Commission meeting is set ft»r Thursday al ♦» p m in the at tivity conter of Cross Lutheran Churt h XII interested persons are im Heil vs ant to go? rut tit a habit ami star? off the new \ear right \ Quit Smoking Clink is ss hi*’tules I J.m t? rough it at iMtthnger Memory I .bran * al! $1)1 ntMMor s •« for n ore information ami register* l h* A4M Mothers Club has lot -ut rookie* left from its annual bak< ami sale The goodies can be pur cha sis J at I* irs* Protestant < 'hunch office on i oil street ulid)s will rn g ad to help interested pemoits r aer; if j! the club I »ikos ?he traditional«,erman « hnstma* Cl*Ale- to raise funds for its s» hoiarships This year club mender* baked rn*-re than 2 ••• ti*-, en 11« Mes ami ;j more than I *• down The support of the coo rn units IhriHigh the sale raises funds fur ms $:*■• scholarships New Hraunieis Christian V ct* ins will present lls christ rm pf’ gram btl Come XU A** E aithfui at " p rn lits IT at the s. ?r•    «*♦ M* ss ton MUK Drive Mo . can VS,-met; will rn if Allene VS of ford at i Among the topic* ast arr I ami Ida t es Th* Hun tm s,. .r*\ Mf Now Hr aurific is a, eptmg i«mat kins ! ifs third annual ihnstma> ?t»ni lr:v e Donat s-s* .irs food for pi pies (utters* <v *gs ami, ala a til tx a*, opted !hr>»ugf. Christmas tlav I he s*<* iotv has trie if ive eat h ve.ir to defray the nmts <>( t a ring for risttf* than •• anim ais rad Molt at 16 shopping days to Christmas >mins skies are in the fore, ast for most Of this w»*ek alkl till into the weekend l o day s high should reach Ti with northeast winds at Ii) to IS mph Tonight sliould tm clear and colder with a low of 14 ami variable winds I burs dav will tx- sunny with a high of 73 ami northwest winds at 15 mph A system is heading in from the west bringing with it colder air that will drop daytime temps to the nos and overnight lows to the kis bs Sunday lh* Menu CLASSI! ICO COMICS CROSSWORD DLAR ABBY LOCATION (NURI AINML N T HOROSCOPE KALEIDOSCOPE SPORTS TV LISTINGS WEATHER 9 I IB SB 3A 9A TOA 8A SB I 3B ll 13A SB 2A Department gets half of funds for computer B, DAVID MAV ital* Wr der New Braunfels Moiler I vpartroent reveled both g***! news ^nd rad news this week The good mas w av it were approved fur grant funding to assist in the purchase of a new coin puler system Th*' bud news was it rec eived only half of the moory rr thirsted The rest of the bad news that tile city may not have th*- remaining fur -is needed to complete the par i has*- New HiaunfrK illy i oui* ti in April approved a resolution lo par ticipate in the Governor s t'rimmal Justice Dis iskir. s i*Hh grant pro gram through I tin- Alamo Area Coon cli of (iov eminent s u> split ** .» the I4*» iiw cost of acquiring a ck Modell* k«o computer The city set asule its port it in tuk mg *A> • from the contingency fuml and placing it in th*- police depart merits computerization project at count The state however only approved llti.uuu in grant funding for the department City officials will reportedly meet later this week to determine whether th* rem a dung fluids are av ailable by tile city It puts us in a little bit of a bind tie* a use of th** money situation of the illy said Chiel Burnet Boe* k We are going to need it especially if we are going to get serums about < <tn sol Ida ting emergent y sort it * fspat thing We ne**d a computer < this capacity The Criminal Justu*• Inv 'ion assistetl Uh- police depart mer? in 19«2 when th* department mstiaily computerized its data management That system is nearing, apa* its H*ie* k said th*1 9 MMI motiel would in crease Mi** department s ability to automate records keeping and enable the city to centralize dispat ching for police fire and ambulance calls We d*m t have the other Ho >*A) set asuk- said Boeck adding that he would meet this week with city ad mmistrators to think this cml Die city obtained an NCU un** for its record* keeping and gave the police department lls *ia> model That system has nearly reached capacity and Bo*** k said he had See GRANT Page JA Volunteer makes chairs for Homespun children By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer I Von Meyer took a few days out of his retirement to make a difference in the lives of children who need a lit tie help Meyer a New Braunfels resident built special chairs and a standing frame for the children in Homespun Marls Childhood Intervention A Pipeline injunction dissolved Al ST1N AM A state appeals court Wednesday dissolved an in junction that had blocked a hearing by the Kailroad Commission on an application by Ail American Mipeii?« Co lo build an oil pipeline from M Carney to Webster An Austui district court had issued an order temporarily enjoining Hi** commission from considering the ap plication until the commission ha adopted rules to protect wutei from pipeline pollution The injunction was sought by Con cerned Citizens to Protect Hie Md wards Aquifer a major source of water for Central and South Texas Cheer Fund provides Christmas dinners number of the children suffer from cerebral palsy or have other coin plications that make motor control difficult The handmade wooden chairs will help the children strengthen their tracks and control their limbs "This is a really tremendous dona See HOMESPUN Page 2A The annual Cheer Fund will make the holidays brighter for Ak* area families by providing Christmas feasts Hie //era/d /.eitun# sfxmsors the fund drive each year and receives assistance from the Na tarnal tiuard and Community Ser vice Center The goal in 1987 is to provide Christmas dinners for AM) families in the area who might not other wise be able to enjoy a holiday feast Tax deductible donations to the fund and contributions of non perishable food items art* being accepted at the newspaper office 707 banda New Braunfels The Herald Zelf un# will publish the names ut contributors to Cheer Fund each day For more information or to arrange for pitkup of donations call C arol Avery at 825 9144 The total in the fund is now $3.148 iii Donations Tuesday came from Porter Co IHmj Mary C Jones $A> Judy and Tom Trezona. $15 Mr and Mrs J (gin K Zengier SIU JI, and Jean Cooney $25 Cieor ge T I a** $26 Comal Bowl and all its employees $125 and anonymous donations of $25 and a bag of groceries Friends, teachers backing campaign for bond election Friends of th*- Schools as well a' a number if local school teachers and other citizens are working hard to see that the proposed New Braunfels school district Kind t 'ue passes The $3 95 million bond issue if passed will provide new classrooms for students within the district Sharon Phair treasurer of h riends of the Schools said Tuesday the group is a loose knit group that got together to organize support of the bond issue She added that the group likely will disband after Satur day s elec tion Friends of the ‘schools has spent just more than $850 to publicize the proposed bond .ssue It s just a group that got together t«* ^apport the bond issue and en courage jteopie to vote hopefully in favor of the bond issue Phair said It s really kind of a little ad hex committee for the txmd election Lonnie Curtis NBISD s assistant superintendent for finance and a member of the new group said Friends of the Schools has funded newspaper and radio advertisement' encouraging people to vote in favor of the proposed $ *5 million bond issue Also the group has paid for brochures and sign.' that have been distributed throughout the eitv so far Friends of the schools has received st no*, in don. no: s from local residents NBISD -»upennt* ndent < * ies Bradberry sa id an infer?. at Iona brochure and a slide presenter mi were prepared by sc hoc- d.strt ’ employees and tom? ir 11 y volunteers The work was inf our mg weekends and no NBlsD fan * were used in preparing the po! .a tv Leslie Knew ii I* put . tion officer for the school : cud 'aid teachers throughout * • i 'n-1 have spent their own money o? a ti own time to encourage pa’rut vote in favor of the txmd issue The teachers at Memorial fe.t st strongly about the bond " they passed a hat to raise n.oney she said adding that those teachers used the funds to write and ma !* ters to parents urging them to v* *• u favor of the bond issue It s been made very ne r i everyone that school distnn tim* and money is not to be spent on th* bond elec tion ' sh** added Bradberry said about 50 nforma tional presentations about tile turn* issue have been made to differed See PUBLICITY Page .A Advisory group wants ranger for Comal River New Braunfels' River Advisory Board wants to control litter on river' within th** city l o accomplish that goal the board recommended Tuesday that New Braunfels City Council appoint a riv»*r ranger to patrol the Comal River during tourist season Molly Martin board chairman said the ranger program might eliminate some of the problems on the river There > tx***n a ut of piracy I guess you would tall it among the people who go into the that area she said in reference to a number of ,x*ople who gather on \Aes?Point Meppere! property the river She said the people steal from other ruer users and create disturbances But something I would hate to see with a river ranger would tx the position turn into just an enforce ment position Because most of th* people who will ne using the river art tourists and we dont want them to think it s a trap Ilk* we r< jus waiting for them Martin said The hoard Tuesday als*) recd mended that city council put <p .. See RANGER Rag* . A Parks board votes ! Recommendations are to restrict grave markers at Coma1 Cemetery to restrict markers at Comal Cemetery rn la    it    J l • AW*4 aJA,    T M Zl-k -O* recocnnienaaoon rn aor luesuay by New Braunfels Mark' anti Re* reatiot. Adv >*trv B*«ard ;> a. cepter! Mark' Direct >r I * »v I Aliatiey to4d th** board Tuesday that maintenance in city cemeteries costs approximately $8d<«» an nuallv This cemetery very labor intensive    b *- c a use workmen must trim gr.»" «round each grave marker he vt id High' TH w tf ete ar* JI, r* g »..1 Dons a trout what kind of monument' v-xi tan put up in V w Braunfei' en e’eri**' AAhatiey a*W*si He recoin mended an<1 the board agree*! that t a’ gra*e markers sNjuld t«e is***! for the r*-maimng grave 't*e' n the cemetery Maintenance - areas with flat markers is rn af. •*" * \ pensive than in area' wilt (ajg»* monuments > oma 1 I enviers has some graves dating t>a* k to the . *4 ' anti is constdeted *me of th** .d«*st Anglo cemeteries if Texas I * ■ - Riqht now there are no regulations about what kind of monuments you can put up in New Braunfels cemeteries David Whatley ire the grave' of ^»rne of New Braviniei' first settlers ‘some of ’he *». *«*r grave-. •*■> ox* certie*erv have etatx>rate rn*»nument.' that cause problems for maintenance workers 'AHatley said There are more than *- hi*-grav,*' in < < mal < emetery VA h.i‘ ,ev    there    art-    2h8    plots th »* ! >ta lull hfidit iaIi* in that 46^ Old headstones are ornate I - ——    ............................. “We agree the commission must adopt rules but the language of the statute does not mandate the coin mission to adopt rules fief ore eon sidering All American s permit ap plication the 3rd Court ut Appeals said Wednesday The appeals court reversed Hie district court order and dissolved th** Clara Got! a records clerk prepares to load a computer tape injunction ;

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