New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 29, 1989

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 29, 1989

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Issue date: Sunday, January 29, 1989

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 29, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas Commissionibapprove preliminary highway plan AUSTIN AP Following a traffic the state Highway dorhmjssion on Monday is expected to approve preliminary work on a freeway linking Austin and See Page 6A topple contests i i Smithsott Valley Friday night In pisttio 2MAbasketbaIl the boys wdh ofl a pairof free thfbws with four seconds left ift ths gme while the girls snapped a ninegame losing streak and notched their first district win of the 107 from Most people who fecofd theif family with but may be storing those pictures by stuffing them into a or there is a better way to store and display those See Page IB New Bfaunfels No 56 707 Landa New Texas 78130 DSPS 9 Zeitimo PS 377880 5126259144 Sunday January 1989 50 Cents Five 62 Pages Miller named winner A hometown boy who has served with the as the citys mayor was Recognized Friday night with the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerces Besserung Miller received the award from outgoing chairman Craig Sagcbicl during the chambers annual banquet at the Civic The award is given by the chamber each year for outstanding citizenship in voluntary This years recipient has a track record of achievement as a young per sonthat sets an example for young and old to said Its not often that I become said This is truly humbling Its such an honor for his wife Anne Louise and I to be up Im just too young to receive Miller served twice as president of the New Braunfels Jaycecs as well as district regional director and area vice president of the Texas Jay He has also served as director for American Heart Tex as Junior New Braunfels Indust rial New Braunfels Noon Comal County Asso Wurstfest Dowrjtown New Braunfels Rotary Club and Greater New Briunfels Chamber of of the Mill erhp served as chairman of the state i affairs vice chairman of the membership meetings vice1 chairman of the industrialcteve lopment committee and is a perma ncnt member of B lue He chaired the Fourth of July celeb ration for the Sophienburg Memorial and is president of DasVerein Social Millerihas yed as chairman of the of Adjustments and was elected atlarge to the New Braunfels City Council and now serves as His awards include New Braunfels Jaycee of the two Jakes which is the highest award given by the Texas and the Clinton Dunegan Memorial Award which is thehighest Jaycee award for a regional In Miller was selected as the Outstanding Young Man of New Earlier in the Sagebiel presented plaques to the recipients of the Presidents inductees into the Hall of Receiving Hall of Honors awards were Helmuth Roxolin Krueger and Frances Receiving Presidents Awards were New Braunfels Railroad and Modelers Society represented by Kermit Chris Roque and Felix See Page 2A Water conservation Counties join in task force Doug andAnne Louise Miller accept the annual Besserung Aware1 during the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Comal County along with Hays and and Bexar counties are forming countywide Water Conservation Task Spearheaded by the Edwards Underground Water the for mation of the task forces underlines the water districts commitment to promoting development and use of new technologies and practices to improve water use efficiency at a loc al Conservation Task Forces are coor dinated by Edwards Underground Water District Board members repre senting their respective counties and include and public utility Project raising Task Force members are given a water conservation written by the water district conservation which outlines conservation measures and implementation proce Through participation in these Conservation Task local deci sion makers will be able to make informed recommendations regarding water Through participation local water task counties will join with the Edwards Underground Water District in working toward a regional See Page 2A Good day Criairrriari Dan outgoing chairman Craig Sagebiel with a plaque for his ser vice during the past Photos by Deryl Clark School eracking down on truancy Cpmal Independent School District is getting tougjh on truants and their who can be or even if their children have exces sive unexcused absences from Fred principal of the districts Transi tional also serves the district as truant offic With the beginning of the spring he is reyipwing students attendance records and taking appropriate Now weve hit were getting more referrals and we are beginning to contact those with excessive Mclntyre State law specifically defines excused and unex cused Students who are absent from school for personal illness in immediate death in unsafe road or an emergency approved by the principal are consid ered Five unexcused absences per semester are per mitted by After more than five unexcuses a student may not receive credit for that semesters Students who are out of the classroom participat ing in a school activity are considered present for enrollment Anytime students miss a they must make up their work within a three day Excessive absences are referred to Mclntyre after a school official has attempted to make initial contact with Depending on the circum I cither send a warning notice or make a See Page 2A By DAVID BUILT A Staff Writer The Safe City Commission has ini tiated its first project to raise funds to match a state grant as well as make New Braunfcls a safer The commission is selling street number signs and vinyl letters to iden tify Two types of signs as well the letters are A laser etched street number sign featuring a laser etched Safe City Commission emblem is offered for A plexi glass or PVC board sign with vinyl letters is and the vinyl letters are available for This is a fundraising but this is also a project that is designed to increase the safety of residents and business The quicker that police officer or EMS unit can find your place of business or your the quicker you will gel that said Safe City Commission Coordina tor Don He said residents are encouraged to place street number signs on the mail above a garage or above a walkway entering a By accurately displaying your street it makes it easier for See Page 2A Volunteer firefighters celebrating 10th year Firefighters with the Lake Dun nap Area Volunteer Fire Depart Jment responded to 56 calls in 16 more than the 40 calls answered in department which is in its ar contributed approxi y 240 hours fighting fires the It responded to 22 grass or brush four structure 1 vehicle 15 assists for two fuej five false alarms or conjf piled three vehicle ami a power line In addition to the time spent answering department members spent 21 hours investi gating hours in train 685 hours in maintenance and City Hall among planned projects Garden Ridge breaks ground Public hearing set on county ordinance consider adopt The hearing is scneouiea sexually ppsnjsd pommerciaj tox uj copwis u fte ffliijjjoiporated ajea of JCJpJty setFriday r Commissioners Pa 3 busJAesses may spread uuo Coma Countys order to head off By STEPHANIE PAVIS Staff Writer GARDEN RIDGE Rain didnt damper the enthusiasm of Garden Ridge citizens and dignitaries SatuT day as ground was broken for a new City Hall on FM Approximately 60 citizens along with Slate Edmund Kuemple R Seguin and Comal County sioner 2 Neil Craigmile huddled under a tent 10 to begin lixe first stage of a new Garden Ridge This is truly our biggest Mayor Walter Yohey said ajter the I plan to run I want tq see my city who has been in office for almost two said money for ths proposed structure came from resi dent donations and Gifford which presented a check for Completion date for the building bas not been Giffofd iotp the City of Garden Ridge ys Yphgy Sftfl Ridge officials broke ground for a new qify hall Saturday on From left are Councilman Charles Fasjs Walter YoKey Mayo Pro Keith Riehter and BobMe Not pictured are councilmen Charles Jordan and Don There is still a good chance for more showers in the New Braun fels area today and Skies will be mostly cloudy today with a 30 percent chance of showers today and a 40 percent The high today will be 65 The low tonight will be 45 Winds today will be 10 mph of the The high Monday will be near 55 Inside 89A 18D DEAR 1QB TV 2A Stammtisch Eden Home is organizing an auxiliary to support a program of activities for its The purpose of the auxiliary is to enhance the quality of life in the Because of recent expansion of Eden additional volunteers are Volunteers who are already helping and anyone inter ested in helping arc invited to a meeting Tuesday at in the Friendship Room at Eden Gary Leveret t will present a Community Education program on the hazards of smoking Thursday from 5 to 6 in the Garza Street classroom at McKenna Memorial The German American Society is sponsoring three German German for children begins Monday and runs tlirough March Classes are from 5 to 6 Mondays at the New Braunfels Independent School District Education 430 The cost is per student or for two students from a Advanced German for adults is offered from 7 to Mon The course begins Monday and runs through March Classes meet at the Education The cost is Beginning German for adults will be offered on Wednesdays from 6 to at Henjne San Aitonio from Wednesday through March The cost is All classes will be taught by For more informa tion call New Braunfels Indepen dent School Districts department of adult education at 6206200 or Helgard Suhr at Seo 2A ;

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