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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 23, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas                                BEST AVAILABLE COPY Clements sets session for workers comp AUSTIN AP Bill Clements chose 14 as the date for the Legislatures next try at workers compensation reform so lawmakers will have plenty of lime to study the an aide See Page 5A Ryan notches but takes loss to As ARLINGTON AP Nolan Ryan got what he came his but he also took home another toughluck Once again Ryans accom plishments were tarnished by his clubs lack of See Page 11A New Braunfels 203 Parents can find bus route schedules School starts Monday in Comal County and to help parents find out how early their children need to be ready for the the HeraldZeiiung today is publish me biu for Ind 410 M009 88 SOWEST MICROP1TBLISHING 2201 BROOKHOLLOW SUITE 300 TX 76006 Wednesday 1989 25 Cents 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377880 5126259144 uns Two 26 Pages By the dawns early light V Deputy arrests man for home burglary A Canyon Lake man remains in the Comal County jail today awaiting magistradon after he was arrested Tuesday night and charged with felony Barry HC4 Box was arrested by Sher iffs Deputy Rcnec on 281 South near the Comal CountyBcxar County line after an allpoims bullclin had been issued for his He is charged with taking approximately worth of radar detector and other property at a residence where he had been said Detective Richard When the owners of the residence got home appeared that it was a burglary the house appeared to be Alvarez And they had seen the actor in the immediate area near to their The who live at 15 River Point then called the sheriffs office and indicated Daniels was heading toward The owner of the vehicle Daniels was traveling in was questioned then he David Ortiz and Abe Zapata of New Braunfels Utili ties worked in the predawn hours this morning to repair a water main that ruptured at the corner of Mill Street and Walnut According to crews at the they were working on a leak at the cor NBU board to review revenue bond request Hv i i ner of Mill Street and Hickory Avenue when the valve Workers used a backhoe to restrict the flow in an attempt to determine the problem Photo by Deryl Clark Lowest level this year Aquifer test well dips residents cautioned By MARGARET EDMONSON Staff Writer New Braunfels Utilities board of trustees will consider a resolution to the New Braunfels City Council requesting the issuance of mil lion revenue bonds during its regular meeting Thursday at in the boards meeting room at 201 Main NBU officials presented six improvement projects in the mil lion proposal to be presented to City Council members in an 9 work These projects include the upgrading and rebuilding of the Com al rebuilding of a 138ki lovolt line from the Comal Substation to Krucgcr expansion of the Sheriffs Posse transformer into a full construction of an 8milliongallonaday water treat ment expansion of the Grucne wastcwatcr treatment plant and reha bilitation of the South Kuchlcr plant and According to Roger NBUs director of technical The Edwards Aquifers level at the Panther Canyon test well has dipped to its lowest level this and New Braunfels residents need to be careful of water to Bill engineering assistant at New Braunfels the aquifers level at the test well mea sured feet above mean sea the lowest mark for the aquifer during Tepe said a water line break at the comer of Mill Street and Walnut Avenue had no effect on the aquifers level Were still working out of the he He explained the city uses a backup storage of ground water in While the measurement is well below the 621 feet amsl mark set by the New Braunfels City establishing mandatory city officials are waiting a while before sending the city back into mandatory New Braunfels residents were mandatory restric tions near the end of Were really not changing the policy right City Manager Paul Grohman told the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Were still seeing conservation by the public on lessrestrictive Grohman said city residents continue to use 30 percent less water than normal during ihis dry The city remains in a state of partial mandatory conser vation until city officials determine Residents still are asked to water only between the hours of 6 and 10 and 7 and 11 They also arc not to let water run onto the streets and Restaurants should not serve water except upon and all industrial waste should be If city officials decide to send the city back into mandat ory New Braunfels residents will need to be aware of what days they may water their Even numbered addresses can only water on Wednes day and Friday while oddnumbered addresses can only water on Thursday and Violations to this city ordinance can result in fines up to According to spring flow has leveled Im not sure we can drastically help the situation any more than what were doing right he In the New Braunfels residents can employ water conservation measures to help preserve the deplet ing The following water conservation tips have been pro GBRA willing to go to court the changes arc needed to meet reg to better serve the customers and to meet expected load Trustees will consider approving the purchases of electric and water system inventory materials and awarding a construction contract for additions and renovations to the exist ing maintenance Other agen da items include the utility companys financial advisory agreements and authorization to bid for maintenance and service contracts and other Good day See Page 2A GuadalupcBlanco River Authority officials are looking for an agreement to save the Comal and San Marcos springs and are willing to go to federal court to get In a notice to the Department of GBRA claims uncon trolled pumping from the Edwards Aquifer is depleting the springs and endangering the habitat of several endangered GBRA also threatened to file suit in federal court to have the Endangered Species Act Endangered species which rely on Hijacker arrested at Algiers airport Algeria AP An unarmed Algerian emigre look con trol of an Air France airliner flying from Paris to Algiers with 115 people aboard bul he was arresied when the plane landed at Algiers air officials News reports in Paris said the man was being expelled from France to his homeland when he hijacked the Air bus An Air France speaking on condilion of said the hijacking ended at barely an hour after the plane landed at Houari Boume dienne airport east of the Algerian She said the 102 passengers and 13 members of the crew were all Officials at the airport control tow speaking on condition of anonymi said the hijacker had demanded the convening of an international confer See Page 2A Authorities seek clues in car theft Crime Stoppers needs help in sol ving this weeks Crime of the Week involving unknown suspects who burglarized a home and then stole a Sometime between 3 and 9 4 someone unlawfully entered a residence on Hunter Road near FM 306 and went through the house pulling out drawers and laking several Items stolen include a VCR and several Suspects then weni tc the garage and took a 1957 Chevrolet pickup with the license plate of The vehicle is a dull medium blue color with a white top and back window Persons with information about this crime should call Crime Stoppers at Crime Stoppers pays up to for information leading lo the arrest and indictment of persons involved in felony Crime Stoppers also accepts collect phone State Hugh Farmer outlines his plans as a candidate for the Senate seat held by Phil Photo by Deryl Clark the Comal and San Marcos Springs are the San Marcos foun tain Texas wild rice and the San Marcos According to David direc tor of planning and development for the required 60 days have passed since the filing of the He also said the date of the expiration is not the important The date itself is not the signific ant trigger needed but the he We need to see some major See Page 2A Farmer outlines strategy for race By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer Pledging strong support for educa law and and sheltering the Texas Hugh Farmer told a group of New Braunfels Demo crats Tuesday what it will lake lo beal Phil Gramm in 1990 and botch the Republican Partys Theres a plan on the part of the Republican Party in Texas to use what they perceive to be Phil Gramms coattails to change this slate from a basically Democratic competi tive in nature to a Republican a sevenyear veteran of the told the group ihe Civic Center its time to stop Grammstand ing a phrase he coined meaning Gramm takes credit in Texas for something he voied againsi in He said Gramm voiced support in See Page 2A Its another sunny and hot day with the high reaching the 100de gree mark and no chance for rain in the Tonight will be cloudy with a low of 77 Thursday will be sunny and hot again with the high around 99 degrees and the low near 77 Inside DEAR TV 2A Stammtisch If youre good at the latest Rolling Oaks Mall contest is for The mall has a 20foot pencil filled with pencils in Center Shoppers can guess how many pencils were used to make the The winner will receive a trip to Sea World with 30 of his or her Dead line for the contest is Shoppers will also receive a free pencil box filled with pencils through Water which offers swimming classes for will host a fundraising garage bake plant sale and provide rides on ponies and horses and gokarts Saturday and Sunday from 10 to Call 6294894 for more Tickets still are available for Sundays benefit dance for Nicho las Aquilar who suffers from KlippelTrenaunay Syndrome in his right He has suffered from the disease since he was bom three years When he was the disease only affected his leg and little toe today the disease has grown to his buttocks and other toes on his KlippelTrenaunay Syndrome is marked by large varicosities or abnomally swollen Nicho IA   

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