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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 7, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas Fefaiml Reserve take steps to lower interest WASHWGfON AP Aftef several weeks of internal the Federal Reserve has taken a cau tious first step toward lowering interest many economists See Page 6A NB to be represented in European Cup play w Braunfels teenagers have the opportunity of their young lives tdtour tfc continent of Eutobethis summer while playing Eddie Escobedo and JwJtJS1 play te dup Tour IV this See Page 13A New Braunfels 410 M009 99 SOWEST MICPOPUBLISHING BROOKHOLLOW PL7 SUITE 300 TX 76006 Chal little This Selection oi contemporary entreeVand side dishes made with reduced fat cheese is low in cholesterol and provides good taste with little See Page 1B 148 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377i Zeitune 77880 5126259144 Wednesday June 1989 25 Cents Two 24 Pages Conservation plan stepped up TUn A The Edwards Aquifer reached the level of feet above mean sea level below the level established by Mayor Doug Miller to put the city of New Braunfels in Stage II of his conser vation Miller announced his fourstage conservation plan Friday in a press Stage I was already implemented at the time of the press conference on and Stage II was implemented when the aquifer reached 622 feet The mandatory conservation activ ities of Stage III will not go into effect until the aquifer reaches 621 feet These activities are to include controlled outside water ing and elimination of all unneces sary industrial Water allo cation and prohibition of certain uses mark Stage which will be implemented if the aquifer reaches 620 feet Stage n activities are voluntary and include careful use of all resi commercial and industrial Miller suggested in his Friday press conference that residents install water reduction devices in water closets and shower Stage II conservation practices include careful use of water flowing out of the Edwards Aquifer Resi the ate afternoon or early mornin9 and avoid runoff on Removing asbestos LCRA work on schedule By MARGARET EDMONSON Staff writer The removal of asbestos from the old Comal powerhouse could be com pleted by Lower Colorado River Authority as early as the end of said project More than million has been spent in an effort to remove asbestos the Asbestos was discovered in the building in May Removal began in January BFI LCRAs contractor for the has removed approxi mately 75 percent of the estimated square feet of Thirtyfive workers equipped with federally mandated respiratory equip ment and clothing remove the asbes tos by wetting it first to avoid fiber release in the Shaw maintains that stateoftheart methods are employed to remove the asbestos from the To prevent asbestos fibers from See Page 2A Officials seek clues in death day Hot and dry days in New Braunfels will remain in the for cast for the rest of the Mornings will start partly cloudy with afternoon Highs reach the high 90s and overnight lows will fall to the Inside 47B DEAR 11A TV 10A 2A ing Americans evacuating A rr Stammtisch Residents living on and along Hunter Road from FM 306 to Alligator Creek are encouraged to attend a neighborhood watch meet ing Thursday at to learn how to protect property from The meeting will be at Frazier Elementary School on US Total in the Oaks shop ping center on North Walnut is hosting a strength training clinic Saturday from 9 until approximately 1 for New Braunfels middle and high school Former Balti more Colts strength coach Bill Starr and Houston Oilers strength coach Tommy Suggs will the guest former national Olympic weightiifting was Baltimores strength coach when the Colts won Super Bowl He is direc tor of strength training for the Sports Refresh ments will be served and admis sion is For more call Rand at 6299022 or The Class of 1959 is having a reunion July Reservations are due by June Other classes are Call Butch Ott at 6258031 or Sandy Schlaraeus at 651428 for The month of May brought very wejUxer to haH thunderstorms which caused much damage u property and possessions Of many BEIJING AP Troops raked a diplomatic compound with gunfire today as military convoys drove through the capital and took up defensive sending more foreigners fleeing Beijing in fear of open urban embassys chief of security said bullets flew through the window into a room where his two children were watching Radio Beijing said the troops were responding to sniper fire that killed one soldier and injured three others The unit was forced to fire and at one surrounded the diplomats apaitmems and nearby buildings ihe radio the Embassy ordered ihe mandatory evacua tion of dependent of diplomatic personnel from Concentrating Cub and many other countries took similar About 125 dependents were scheduled to leave on a special flight More than foreigners jammed the international airport today trying to Chinese witnesses reported more skirmishing today between rival armies on Beijings At least a dozen other Chinese cities were wracked by demonstrations in protest of the weekend military massa cre of unarmed Beijing which has turned some armies against each Six people manning a barricade on rails near the Shang By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer Guadalupe County authorities con linked to the recent shootrrig dcatftj of a Marion who was originally from New Van Marion was found shot to death early Sunday morning city limits onFM We got our suspicions who shot said Guadalupe County detec tive Larry But weve got to wait for the lab results from on which Morawietz would not was sent to the Department of Public Safety Lab in Austin to be Detectives continue searching for a motive and suspects who could be involved in the no motive Morawietz It probably hap pened anywhere after See Page 2A A San Antonio woman who was an acquaintance of Wctz was questioned and later ruled out as a possible sus Morawietz Wetzs body was found on FM less than a mile south of FM Detectives believe he was shot at that location with a largecaliber Wctz had been shot multiple limes in the Morawietz He had a place called the Cowboy but it had been closed before this It had been closed for a couple of he Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace Edwin Ncusc ordered an Services for Welz arc scheduled today at 10 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Levering Reynolds Burial will be at Comal Wctz was bom in Comal County to Mclvin dnd Irma nee Harborth He was a con struction He also had other relatives from New Police nab teens on roof Two San Anionio residenis remain in the Comal County jail today on charges of suspicious activity and unauthorized use of a motor vehicle after they were apprehended on the roof of the old Canyon Middle School Robbie and a 15year old boy began their shenanigans Tuesday We dont know what all they are going to be said New Braunfels Police Departmem spokesman Martin A security officer noticed the two males parked in the WestPoint Pep pcrell Mill Store Plaza parking lot Tuesday but as he approached the vehicle they fled on Mayer This they surfaced We got calls from Old Town Inn that they were hanging around there and they had walked over to the New Braunfels Mayer When officers hit the area they just kind of catandmouscd game for a When the teens ran to the roof of the located on offic ers Anthony Pete Vil and Robert Parchmann climbed on the roof while Kevin Clayton remained on the ground wait ing for ihe They stopped mem on the roof and walked them over to the edge where they could get down and they had officers wailing on the ground when they got Mayer Parks board delays decision on mural for recreation center Cub Scout Derick Lewis concentrates on cutting a paper sack for arts and crafts during this weeks CUD Scout Camp Mowgli at Landa Dozens of young scouters are spending their days with arts and and ngtufi studies during the 2A annual summer day Photo by Deryl dark New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Advisory Board decided to hold off on approving the New Braunfels Childrens Museums painting of a mural on the exterior wall of the Recreation Board members said during the regular meeting Tues day night they did not have enough information to approve the They suggested Museum Director Carolyn Bur row and artist Mike McMahan come up with some con cepts and scale drawings by Julys regular meeting to give the board a better idea of what the mural will look The theme of the mural also was Parks Director David Whatley indicated the mural would blend with the He said that mural might include such things as cypress Spanish moss and Whatley also said that board members stipulated the mural must be of high be well done and be an asset to the In other the board viewed a movie entitled Clear Cool a Texas Parks Wildlife Depart ment A portion of the video includes footage fUmed ip Park in The film focused on the future viability of the Comal and San Marcos and it showed how San Antonio waier usage affects the aquifer and the A lot of people in New Braunfels dont realize how San Antonio affects the aquifer and the Comal Whalley One pan of the video descibed how the city of Fort Stockton drained the Comanche Springs through exces sive pumping for The city was founded around the and during several decades the aquifer was In the early the springs stopped The video shows the Comanche Springs as they look today a dry ditch full of weeds and dead In his report to the Whatley said the department is taking requests for operation of a miniature golf park in Landa Park and a food and concessions stand in Prince Solms A meeting has been scheduled for June 15 for board members to discuss the facilties with those people who are interested in operating Applications for operating the facilities are due July 7 at SM
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