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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 23, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas Regulators may have hired crooks to their rush wj catch up to thrift industry fraud and Marat regulators may have unknowingly hired spffie 6f the culprits fdf the savings and loan Seepages mphony debutantes te Debutantes were al1 with Military Institute Monor Guard See Page 4 district v year without a s will be young but field team at New wemeflt in their second last Page 10 New Braunfels Thursday 74 707 Landa New 78130 USPS 377880 5126259144 Walkin on the wild side Take a Walk on the Wild Side with the 1989 New Braunfels Junior Miss Program at the Civic Cen The 27 local contestants have been practic ing and rehearsing sincef Sunday for the prelimin ary which is Friday night at 7 at the New Braunfels Civic Admission to the preliminaries is at the Dawn above performs her dramatic monologue during rehearsal for the talent portion of the Contestant Shay above along with some rehearse shows opening Larry BliHdej gives the Junior Miss contestants some pointers on attractive Junior Miss Finals are at 7 Saturday and admission for the finals is Tickets are available from any Junior Miss contestant or at the Chamber of There is no reserved but a section will be roped off for the parents of the contestants Albert Floras of KENSTV will be the master of ceremonies for the big The winner of the local competition will go on to participate in the state Junior Miss NewBraunfels July 28 through Aug Photos by beryl Clark Resident questions plant site selection By DAVID BUILTA Staff Writer At least one New Braunfels resi dent is questioning the site that has been selected for a surface water treat ment David Wallace feels the 12acre site New Braunfels Utilities has pur chased to build a surface water treat ment plant will not be a good source for the drinking water supply because it is downstream from a wastewatcr treatment plant Im concerned about the quality of drinking water in New Wallace I want a surface water treatment plant in New but I do not want to drink water from the sewer pi NBU General Manager Bob Sohn said the site on German Creek in northeast New Braunfels was selected because it is environmentally close to the Guadalupe River and a place where it will be easiest to get treated water into the citys water The surface water treatment plant will be built approxi mately two miles downstream from the Gruene Wastewatcr Treatment In a 10 interview with the Sohn said from a pathogenic the water dis charged from the wastewatcr facility is better than water already in the It surface water treatment Warning issued for drug tattoos FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS Brightly colored paper tattoos with harmless and even but as their popularity com es and parents are advised to stay on the lookout for their We always because you never know when its going to sneak said Martin New Braun fels Police Department But nobody has come forward and said we have another I still warn parents to be on the or lysergic acid is a crystalline compound which causes delusions to found in a psychotic The drug is used in the study of mental disorders but gained popularity in the 1960s as a socalled psychedelic The which appear to be harmless pictures transferred from paper to the have troubled edu cators as they fall in and out of popu See Page 2 Deputies recover stolen golf carts A golf cart and golfing stolen recently from Woodlands Country were recovered in a wooded area near the course Tuesday and Wednesday by sheriffs office Suspects entered the course twice and stole two golf golf balls and tees and did approximately hi damage One golf cart was recovered Wed nesday in a ravine near the said Wayne chief deputy Comal County sheriffs Nine of the 20 stolen shirts along with golf tees and balls were recovered in a wooded area near the course After stealing a golf cart and keys from the Woodlands Country Club last the assailants came back Monday night for a second according to See Page 2 Officers nig By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer Taking making deci and being the publics best friend in the dead of the night is why new dejik officers at the Comal Coun ty sheriff office are staying up When we public palls cially in the middle of the they want to talk to sjoine body jhey feel the authority to make a Comal County Sheriff Jack Bremer about his twp desk ft gives the citizens a point of contact that J think is extremely Tim formerly of the sheriffs office warrant Carl who ran against Breraer in the 1984 sheriffs aje the two 4ssk Ijpjto are certified peace always thought we needed 3 contact wife tew cement officers rather tiban have the public deal through Bremey takes a teajj ojlg have to make they can do nunicaiQ All around the world contact the public calls espe cially in the middle of the they want to talk to somebody they feel has the authority to make a gives the citizens a point of contact that I think extremely important Sheriff jacj Brewer recently from 3 person who said desk plerk was responsible for saving a He wouldnt dwell on the The who created the posi tions said the clerks can take calls and make reports without dis patching There are a tot of complaints that ip fliat can be handled by tele telephone harassment service stslion Tneres apt a whpJLe heck of m oSicer cap do if he goes out Bremer disjt have to dispatch an PlSser all the cpjpty jfor every IP said he received a y sterww sssiymes Wejteday for me ThinWng pay Style Sriow and Tasting Representing various areas are Angela sur rownded from Uslie Egypt Natalie France Brandy Japan Jenny Japan and Stacy plant will be 110 percent safe when Sohn said The Texas Water Commission recently granted NBU a permit to increase flow from the Gruene Waste watcr Treatment Plant from to 1 million gallons per The new permit is more stringent than permits for the Kuehler treatment Under the new chlorine cannot be discharged into the river as it has been in the The effluent will be chlorinated to kill then will go through another stage to remove the Weve talked with the Texas Department of Health and were See Page 2 Good day Beautiful weather is here at least through the The high temperature today is expected to reach Tonight will be cold with the low near The high Friday will be 75 degrees under sunny The low Friday night will be near The high Satur day will be in the upper 60s and the low will be in the upper Inside 3 DEAR TV 8 Stammtisch The Safe City Commission con tinues their series of neighborhood crime fighting meetings tonight for the Walnut Palace Heights and North Ridge The meeting will start at 7 at the Memorial Primary Grab some string and bring your imagination to the kite making workshop at the New Braunfels Childrens Museum Saturday at 1 and at Kites made during the workshops will be displayed at the museum until the March 30 Taste of the Town celebration of local cuisine at the Civic the kites will be used as decoration for the Taste of the where they will be judged in categories such as most colorful and most creative by visitors to the fund raising Kite workshops are which includes supplies and the admis sion price to the Kitchens and Cultures which the young sters may tour after the Adults also are invited to try their hands at kite Take your creations to the museum before March Tickets to the Taste of the Town are and a limited num ber will be sold so the dozens of participating foodrelated business participating will know how much food to Tickets are avail able at Buck Citizens National Whataburger and the museum in Courtyard Shop ping On another youngsters vis iting the museum Saturday will get to put their handprints on museum Tshirts or The museum is open from 10 to 4 on Comal County Emergency Childrens Shelter volunteer meet Spring is Saturday from 9 to The infor Page 2
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