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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 12, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas                                Clements says program would create state fobs AUSftN AP Renewing his call fof Bill Clements says the million cost of his newest economic development program will be repaid many times over by the new taxpayers who find work because of SeePage3 Area garden clubs seek new members far 1989 There may be many people in the community who are wondering what a garden club is and if they could benefit from belonging to only prerequisite is a desire to learn about toSfh Purvis Short fo Houston 0 points and pulled dowu Antonio 122117 in oveu Spurs scored a franchise tart for the at San The the first New Braunfels 44 707 Landa New Texas 78130 DSPS Zeituno 377880 5126259144 Thursday January 1989 25 Cents One 12 Pages Police capture youth wanted for robberies Taking stock By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer After escaping from authorities in a 15yearold boy wanted in connection with several conveni ence store robberies was apprehended today at Circle K on Loop New Braunfels police officer Robert Parchrnann observed suspi cious activities when Gerald came from behind the convenience store at the corner of Common Street and Loop 337 around 1 said New Braunfels police spokesman Martin Good day A cold front was expected to move through the area around bringing with it a good chance for more The high today will be 65 degrees with the low dropping to 39 degrees over Friday will be a nasty day with windy and cold con ditions and a good chance of The high will be 43 degrees aM the low will be 37 Inside DEAR TV Stammtisch The kitchen is back to normal and all things are go at Landa Station following a Christmas Eve kitchen fire that put the menu on a Landa Station began full service again last weekend and is open from 11 to 11 Monday through The bar is open from 11 to midnight during the week and until 1 The Rehabilitation Institute of San Antonio is sponsoring a Stroke Educational Series exclu sively for family mem bers and other care The meeting tonight is from 7 to 9 at 9119 Cinnamon Hill The lecture will cover appro priate leisure and activities and community For more call Greg Snowden or Janet Greenwood The Schertz Public Library and the Schertz Humane Society will sponsor the sixth annual Benefit Dance and Auction 4 at the VFW Post 8315 in Schertz on FM A live western band will be featured and bidding on auc lion items will occur several times throughput the Proceeds are returned to the The event begins at 8 and per Call jhf library at for more The National Arts Society is searching across Southwestern Ujcuted States for poetry The society will be publishing a tok aos4 Poems of tfa Great Jf you are interested is sending 009 or two 25 Uses or the society will consider them for The japjsras must he written about something nftrtainino tn the South A Tj west Jtey must be Send yotf pgnXs to the National Arts Box Pass ChrUtm J4 He stopped and checked him out and found alcohol in the car and the he Because of the suspicious officer Kevin Stevens backed him up and arrested the i The juvenile had escaped in hand cuffs from two San Antonio Texas Youth Commission parole officers He was apprehended without incident this Mayer adding he didnt try to run this He will be taken back to TYC with See Page 2 Vandals strike million street value Task force seizes drugs Two pounds of methamphetamincs and four gallons of methamphetamine oil were recovered from a San Anto nio mans pickup truck on Texas 46 Monday night by members of the Ala mo Area Narcotics Task Joseph Allen 3815 Long San was arrested on a charge of aggravated manufacturing around 8 approxi mately four miles east of Saldavar had been under investiga tion by the task force when he was according to Comal County sheriffs office also assisted in the See Page 2 Board agrees to buy water Comal County office detectives are investigating recent burglaries at elementary schools in Comal Independent School Bulverde Primary School and Bulverde Elementary School were hit by vandals after 10 CISD campuses have been hit four times in the last two Smithson Valley High School and Goodwin Primary School were vandalized Weve been hit real hard this said CISD Superintendent Bill Were puzzled after all this time not getting any See Page 2 Aquatics Director Marcus Tonish gets in some quiet night fishing at the springfed pool in Landa Jroutfest 89 continues at the springfed poolthrough anpI is not required to participate in the recreational festiit the which was stocked with rainbow trout by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Tonish said more youngsters than ever before are participating this year and the pool will be restocked Photo by Deryl Clark By DAVID BUILTA Staff Writer Directors of the Edwards Under ground Water District have agreed in principle to provide funds to purchase water for a surface water treatment plant to be built by New Braunfels The panel voted 132 to provide funds to New Braunfels Utilities to purchase acre feet of raw water per year for five years to offset with drawal of groundwater from the A Bexar County director and a Medina County director voted against the An agreement between NBU and the water district still must be approved by the Ken neth Comal County Chairman of the Edwards Underground Water said the board agreed to pay See Page 2 NBU to discuss business surveys New Braunfels Utilities officials will answer questions and explain the surveys that have been sent to 410 commercial and industrial customers tonight at in New Braunfels Civ ic The surveys are part of a pre treatmem program mandated by the Environmental Protection NBUs order to develop an EPA approved pretreatment program was included in a permit issued for NBU to expand the Gruene Wastewater Treatment to treat gallons per This is the first time NBU has requested a change in one of its treat ment plant permits since a law requir ing the pretreatment program went into Roger NBU manager of technical said NBU has to develop a system of testing and moni toring all industrial An Library receives weighty bequest The Dittlinger Memorial Library this month received from the estate of Bruno The Dittlinger family has a history of being generous when it comes to our said Library Director Vickie Hocker this Bruno Dit died July The Dittlinger Memorial Library was constructed with a substantial contribution from Bruno Dittlinger and and Alfred A gift of to match federal funds was presented to the City of New Braunfels in 1967 to build a new library as a memorial to and Hippolyt parents of Bruno Pitttinger and In making the 1967 gift to the the donors said they wanted to create a close link with the pre and and also offer it as a token of appreciation to their This recent bequest reflects yet another generous contribution to the continuance of quality library service to our said Hocker will make a report concern ing the recent bequest to the library advisory board at its meeting Mon I will ask the board for input on developing guidelines or a policy con cerning the use of the bequest accord ing to the terms of the she The will states the money is to be used for maintenance of library Israeli planes raid camps in Lebanon Lebanon AP Israeli wajpianps today rocketed bases of Palestinian terrorist Abu Nidal out side this southern port for the second time in 13 hours and police said smoke billowed from the Two Israeli jets roared in at io attack camps belonging to Abu NidaJs FatahRevolutionary Council in Majiialyoun four miles egst of There were no immediate reports of casualties at which Israeli said served as a iff 2 attacks and staging area for terrorist The FatahRevolutionary an extremist PLO splinter has been blamed for terrorist attacks against Israel and Western European most notably the Rome and Vienna airport massacres in Decem ber A police spokesman said the two Israeli jets mounting todays raid fired four rockets in a few seconds and flew away west toward the Meditsrra Tbf who eajnoi he identified under standing rules BHW WMV8WJf said smoke was billowing from the The eltys userf program paid off this month when the Parks and Recreation Department purchased a 8station weight mashine with money raised through the parks Recreation Djffctor OrwUf teJJs Pan WalKer the fee for using the machine at the rec is p per or for three fer ft ninths fo a ree senter jri W Frirjay from 8 to 19 aod from 9 to 6 Photo by Deryl Clark industrial discharger is a business dis charging one of 126 regulated The eightpage survey asks every thing from general information to a qualitative analysis of All surveys must be returned to NBU by Survivors pulled out of rubble MOSCOW AP Six people who survived on canned fruit and pickles for 35 days after the Armenian earthquake were pulled alive from the rubble of an apartment building in Tass reported The survivors were rescued Wed Tass the 35th day after the 7 earthquake that killed an estimated people in northwest The six men were found under the rubble in the basement of a ninestory apartment building which had col lapsed on the official Soviet news agency said in a report from the capital of They survived because there was plenty of canned food stored in the Tass All are hospital ized in Yerevan but none are in dan doctors told the news Officials had ended the search for survivors weeks One of the Aikaz had medical training and administered massages to the others to relieve the pain of their Tass The first reports said one of the Karin had a broken but there were no immediate details on their others On the day of the I asked five neighbors to help me carry two heavy jars to the Akopyan was quoted as telling Just we suddently heard a terri ble The walls began to I thought a war had   

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