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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 24, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas President Bush meets with Margaret Thatcher WASHINGTON AP Bushs meet ing with British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher today comes one week before the summit with Soviet leader Mikhail as western leaders seek a united response to the chaiiges in Eastern Eur SeePaae3A Unicorns meet states Food Show winners topranked defense New Braunfels will have revenge on its mind Saturday night as the Unicorns meet Bastrop in an area playoff football game at Austins Memorial Sta The who eliminated New Braunfels have the lowest yardsallowed average in tl 410 Seepage YANDELL DP TX 79903 advancing to District Twelve Comal County 4H members will advance to district competition in Boerne as a result of their 989 4H Food Show 18 HO 09 ds in New 3HIHG See Page 3B New Braunfels 10 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377880 512625914 Zcituno DQ rni Friday November 1989 25 Cents Two 16 Pages county working out 911 details The City of New Braunfels and Comal Coun ty both plan to have 911 emergency systems in service early next years and want the operation in one Both entities have questions about who will run the City Manager Paul Grohman said the city will run the whole including the countys We will operate the 911 system for the coun ty for a price that is fair to the taxpayers in the Grohman New Braunfels plaris to set up the 911 system in the space currently occupied by the Municipal Court in the police County officials have indicated the 911 sys if not located in New would be at the sheriffs The county has not yet presented although Grohman said county officials have suggested the system be governed by a commission made up of city and county Each the daytoday operations of that system would rotate between city and county Grohman said he does not like that We are not interested in new and not interested in management by commit Grohman We feel that is less than the best We dont want but a professionally run system that is top Comal County Precinct 4 Commissioner Clyde Jacobs said that while he has no specific plan for a cooperative effort with the it would be best to have the system located in one Installing the system at the least possible price is the most important Jacobs There will be some glitches to be worked out in working with the but it is most cost effi cient to have the system in one The citys boundaries go beyond Comal County and our only desire is to see the ser vice helps New Braunfels is expected to be on line by January or Grohman Jacobs said the county wide 911 system will be operational sometime in the first quarter of Both sys tems will be part of the Bexar Metro 911 Network Area man found dead Giving thanks A 26yearold Bulverde man was found dead at a stock tank near his home in Bulverde Thursday according to Chief Deputy Wayne Hoherz of the Comal Sheriff s Justice of the Peace Fred Stewart pronounced Jeffrey Joseph Rapstine of Bulverde dead at the scene just off of Amman north of Stewart refused to com ment on the incident although he said an investigation is Police arrest 8 during raid Eight persons were arrested and 50 pounds of marijuana seized in a New Braunfels undercoverstingoperatton on Police reports said undercover narcotics officers were able to penetrate a narcotic distribution operation in order to make the Fifty pounds of marijuana were seized in the raid as well as a large quanitity of a a horse trail and a a police spokesman The persons arrested were charged with possession and intent to distribute marijuana but their names were not released because of pending expected to occur Bond has not been set and the suspects remain in Officials said they believe the death could be suicide although an autopsy is pending and more tests were ordered to determine the exact cause of No information was released about the preliminary or apparent cause of death but officials said a small pistol or derringer was found near the Services are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Man found Lake man was the apparent victim of sui cide when officials found his body on a yacht at Cranes Mill according to the Comal Sheriffs Jack Joseph was discovered dead on a yacht in the Texas Yacht Club Wednesday Sources indicate Braulik lived alone on the boat and was suffering from terminal Officials found a suicide note to the family and one to officials describ ing how to handle funeral No other information is available although a direct cremation service is scheduled for Friday at Memorial Funeral home in San Members of the 1989 United Way of Comal County fund drive are giv ing thanks this week because the community made the difference and helped the drive reach its goal of raising to benefit 23 area nonprofit Some of the 1989 committee members Don Carter Clinton Rusty Dennis Herb Rosemarie Paul Jan Joe and Bill Photo by Desmond Bostick Bomb found on Saudi airplane Pakistan AP Police today found a time bomb in luggage taken from a Saudi Airlines jumbo and only a loose wire stopped it from exploding over the Arabian Sea with 248 people airport sources Pakistani news reports earlier said a bomb threat against the Boeing 747 had turned out to be a But sour ces in Karachis Airport Security Force said the discovery was kept sec ret to help authorities The speaking on condition See Page 2A Salyadoran president rejects peace conditions SAN El Salvador AP President Alfredo Cristiani said the assault leftist rebels was a failure and he rejectedtheir condi tions for His comments were punctuated by rebel lombs that exploded near his news The series of bombs exploded about five blocks from where Cris tiani was speaking to reporters Thurs day Cristiani but kept telling everyone not to No injuries were Cristiani termed nonsense the guerrillas call for political negotia tions leading to a The rightist government is demanding a truce then Without a ceasefire the guerrillas will use the peace process for propa said Rebel leaders traveled to on Thursday to meet with President Carlos Andres But Salvadoran government officials didnt plan to attend the dashing any hopes of in said he was touch with Cristianis I will say the same things to the representatives of the Farabundo Mar ti National Liberation Front that I said to the ministers of the Cristiani gov ernment We need to look for sincere Perez traffic moved normally in San Salvador for the first time since when the offensive that killed more than people was launched in the capital and several Many of the capitals 1 million residents tried to stock up on gas and other Weve been cooking with See Page 2A waiting for agency OK on plans for water treatment By MIKE CROUCH Staff writer Bids for construction of a surface water treatment plant help free the city from its total dependence on the Edwards Aquifer will be accepted in A decision is expected to be made in Cost of the plant is estimated to be said New Braunfels Utilities General Manager Bob Right now1 we are waiting for the Environmental Pro tection Agency to approve our plans and specs on the Sohn We will decide on the bid in but now we have to wait for he EPA and the Texas Utili ties Commission to apprpve I dont see any problem with everything being approved since we worked closely with the EPA in developing our the water treatment to be located between East Sueet and Qruene be to treat 8 lip gallons of water a i JJJprjQperation of the water NBy will have infest of water corning from Canyon Lake and has con River Authority to transfer watlr acre feet from the Comal for totsiof t The plant will be paid for out with million from a 1987 bond mil lion from a 1989 series E bond and from a water resource develop ment fund the city has been collecting for several will With the contracting for water from New Braunfels will not depend on any water coming from the Edwards NBU still will have operational wells reaching into ftje underground put will use them only when the city surpasses treatment plant sale only during summer months when consumption often reaches 16 million gallons of water per day would NBU have to use aquifer I am pleased we could come up with a plan to conserve See 2 Cheer Fund sets annual drive goal The eighth annual New Braun fels HeralctZeitung Cheer Fund is asking the community to support its goal of providing Christmas dinner to 200 The annual drive sponsored by the newspaper has a goal of raising in donations to purchase items to fill Christmas baskets for area families selected by the Com munity Service The administrative costs are by the newspaper and volun teers including i rqembers or the New Braujtfels Fire Fighters ASS9 clatipn Uke Dunlap Volunteer Fire Department as well as news paper statt members provide the labor to package and deliver the Christmas baskets each Eachyearsince the news paper has sponsored the drive to provide a Christmas Dinner to the Sea Page 2A sunny weather is forecast for the next few Todays high will be between 69 and 71 The low tonight will be between 54 and 52 The weekend will be partly cloudy with highs in the mid to upper 70s and lows in the mid to upper The shopping rush is on 1958 United Feature me 31 shopping days to Christmas Inside CLASSIFIED 37B COMICS 6A CROSSWORD 3A DEAR ABBY 3B ENTERTAINMENT 2B HOROSCOPE 6A RELIGIOUS FOCUS 4A SPORTS 78A TV 6A WEATHER McKcnna Memorial Hospitals obstetrical department is planning a special Christmas display featur ing the babies bom at the hospital between 1953 and The nurses are asking parents to bring nonreturnable thenandnow photos of their babies for the dis The photos may be black andwhite or color and show include the name and Its not too late to begin plan ning for the Christmas If youre planning to the San Antonio Department of Aviation offers a few tips to make traveling tickets in advance to avoid long lines at the at the airport at least one hour before the flight This will give you time to find parking and get your baggage checked sure each piece of your baggage is tagged with your name and sure to lock your luggage if possible to keep it from coming open during baggage carrying giftwrapped packages on the airplane you may be asked to unwrap the gift at the security checkpoint for If pack your gifts in your checkthrough in mind that many peo ple arc trying to get home for the holidays and will be flying stand If you are not checked in at the loading gate at least 10 minutes before flight you could lose your With a little planning holiday traveling can be less The Chorus of the MidTexas Symphony which will begin weekly rehearsals of Antonio Viv aldis Gloria on 14 is holding a special pro rehearsal meeting Sunday for prospective singers in listening carefully to a contemporary commercial recording of the Gloira with The meeting will be at 2 in the upstairs meeting room at the Nolte Bank in The recording is provided and endorsed by David Stevens of last years and this years Chorus Stevens has been tenor soloist with the Symphony and specializes in researching and presenting Baroque choral Us seasons Chorus found Ste vens direction of Handels Mes See 2A
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