New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 20, 1991, Page 2

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January 20, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 20, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas PIQ# 2A HtraM-Ztffung, Ntw Braunfels, Taos Sunday, Weather Water Watch Comal River.............................290    Oft (down 276) Canyon Lake Inflow.............................272    (up    99) Canyon Lake outflow......................199    (down    14) Canyon Lake level..........................907.14    (up    .09) Edwarde Aquifer........................624.08    (down    .07) Texaa forecasta    20c Wednesday. Highs in the 30s SOUTH TEXAS — Mostly sun-    Monday and Tuesday and the 50s ny, breezy and mild Sunday.    Wednesday. Central: Lows in the Increasing clouds, windy and turn-    ^0s Monday: The teens Tuesday ing colder Sunday night with wide-    J*** 20VaSam Wednesday, ly scattered showers mainly north.    Highs rn the 30s Monday: The 40s Highs 60s and 70s, lows 30s and    Tuesday and the 50s Wednesday. 40s, except for 50s immediate    ***'- L™8 in die 20s Monday: coast    The teens Tuesday and the 20s NORTH TEXAS — Mostly    Wednesday. Highs in the 30s Mon- cloudy and turning colder Sunday,    day and Tuesday and in the 50s Highs Sunday in Ute low 40s west    Wednesday. to mid-50s east with temperatures in the western half ofthercgton    SOUTH TEXAS - Hill Counfalling during the day.    °Y: Pertly cloudy and cold Mon- WEST TEXAS — Fair central, md Tuesday. Fair skies and cloudy and cold west. Cloudy and    Wednesday.    Highs in the cold west, increasing cloudiness    ow    Monday and Tues- and turning colder. Highs 45 north-    day and 50s Wednesday. Low, in west to 58 southeast. Lows 25 to    J® 208 *fo?day, 31    30s on Wednesday. South Central PORT ARTHUR TO PORT    Tcxas: Pertly cloudy and cold O’CONNOR - West and north-    Monday and Tuesday. Fair skies west wind 15 to 20 knots. Seas 5 to    end warmer Wectaesday. Highs in 7 feet near shore and 7 to IO feet    the 40s to low 50s Monday and offshore. Cloudy with widely scat-    Tuesday and 50s Wednesday, tered showers    Lows near 30 Monday and Tues- Port O’Connor to Brownsville    day and 30s on Wednesday. Coas- - West and northwest wind near    cloudy.    Colder 15 knots. Seas 4 to 6 feet near    Monday and Tuesday, warmer on shore and 7 to IO feet offshore.    Wednesday. Highs in the 50s Mon- Isolated showers    day and Tuesday and near 60 Wed- Extendeds forecasts    ncsdaft Lows U* 308 ir?™d 10 I. j iii ”    *    near 40 coast Monday and Tues- Monday-Wednesday    day and 40s on Wednesday. Lower NORTH TEXAS — Dry    Rio Grande Valley and Plains: through the period. Colder Mon-    Mostly cloudy. Colder Monday day and Tuesday. Warmer Wed-    and Tuesday, warmer on Wednes- nesday. West: Lows in the teens    day. Highs in the 50s Monday and Monday and Tuesday and in the    Tuesday and 60s Wednesday. January 20, 1991 Ballot Continued from Page 1A •Proposition 3 asked voters if the city should oppose the permits by spending city rands; 1,317 voters voted for it while 863 voted against it. •Proposition 4 asked voters if the city should pay for the fight against Lafarge/Systech by calling a bond election; 134 said yes, 1,891 voters said no. « •Proposition S asked voters if the city should increase property taxes to fight Lafarge/Systech; 63 said yes, 1,939 said no. •Proposition 6 asked voters if the city should call for an election to impose a $0,005 sales tax to fight the permits; 406 voters said yes, 1,685 said no. SAFE members asked voters to support Propositions I and 3. “We’re really, I think, gratified to see that the vast majority of everyone in New Braunfels is sending a clear message to Lafarge and Systech and we’re hoping that they hear that,” said SAFE member Paul remington. Pennington said the board of directors of SAFE will probably, in the next few days, ask federal, state and local representatives to draft a “uni-. fled, single farer” to be aam to the board of directors of Lafhrge asking that the firm withdraw its permit requests. A statement released Saturday night by Fred Rooster, president of Lafarge Corp. Southern Region said: “The election is one step in the process and we feel our announced moratorium and environmental assessment will answer the community’s concerns and questions. “We have set a six- to nine-month moratorium and a project manager will oversee an independent environmental assessment performed by a professional research organization. We firmly believe the proposed project is environmentally sound and completely safe. We were happy to caU the moratorium and to underwrite the independent environmental assessment. Lafarge/Systech have been good neighbors for many years and have long-term commitments in the New Braunfels community.” The returns from the election Saturday will be canvassed 5 pm. Jan. 23 at the New Braunfels Municipal Building Meeting Room. Rally. Continued from Pag* t A our duty to know what's going major targets. We’ve got Air Force bases in Austin and San Antonio. And Houston has oil and Seguin has oil.” Tina Cruz, 18, of Austin said she believes people are unaware of what is happening in the Middle East. “I think it’s kind of shocking that people are so oblivious to what's going on,” she said. “I think as citizens of the United States that we should be involved and we should know what's going on. It’s p, Carmelo LoNigro, 18, said it’s a war over oil. "I truly don’t believe that we should be fighting over oil,” he said. “It seems that we're just greedy tor as much oil as we can possibly get. It's sort of like, along the lines, of what happened in Vietnam. No one really knew what happened. I'm just scared that this is going to escalate to that level. A lot of people died in Vietnam I just hope a lot of people don’t die over there.” Churches District Continued from Page 1A trict with 486 voting against it. Since the district has been created by popular vote the Comal County Commissioners Court now will appoint a 5-member body to levy and enforce the collection of taxes, not to exceed 3-cents per $100 valuation. Taxes will help fund equipment and efforts of the Canyon Lake Volunteer Fire Department. Voters in the Bulverde-Spring Branch area overwhelmingly approved the creation of an emergency services district to serve areas already serviced by rural fire prevention districts #1 and #2. Taxpayers in that area can now be taxed up to 2 cents per $ IOO property valuation. Unofficial totals indicate 153 persons voted for the creation of the district with 24 voted against it. Also in the Edwards Underground Water District election one director from Comal County was up for reelection. S. Craig Hollmig, who was running uncontested, received 478 votes. There were a few write-in votes. Comal County County Clerk Rosie Bosenbury said election results from the fire district and emergency services elections will be canvassed by Commissioners Court Thursday at IO arn. Results of the EUWD election are canvassed in San Antonio. Stammtisch Death Continued from Pago 1A day evenings. Bill Hightower is the teacher for both. Call 620-6200 or 625-8110.... There will be an important Project Graduation meeting for all parents of Canyon High School seniors on Thursday, Jan. 24, at 7:30 pm. in the Commons of Canyon High School.... From Monday through Thursday, the intersection of Stonewall at Live Oak will be closed for road construction and drainage improvements.... Also beginning Monday is the installation of a main water line from the Gruene Water Treatment Plant to storage areas and that will mean some traffic will be affected on Austin Street, Lakeview Boulevard, Torrey Street, Central Avenue, Houston Avenue, Union Avenue, Klingemann Street, River Road, and Elizabeth Avenue. The first three days of construction will be on the Landa Park Golf Course ami notice of street closures is expected 48 hours in advance.... Correction New Braunfels physician Dr. James Hicks now is on duty at the Naval Hospital in Corpus Christi, filling in for military physicians deployed to the Middle East and Persian Gulf in connection with “Operation Desert Storm." While the story appearing in Thursday’s edition of the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung was cor rect, both the headline and caption under the accompanying photo were in error. During her husband’s absence, Gina Hicks will oversee staffing of his office. “We encourage all patients to keep in touch with us,” she said, noting that Dr. Hicks will be able to see a limited number of patients on Saturdays. The Herald regrets the error. Obituaries Burney C. Boeck Services for Burney C. Boeck, 56, will be ll am. Monday at St. Paul Lutheran Church with the Rev. Jim Hinkhouse officiating. Burial will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. He was born Nov. II, 1934, in San Antonio to Burney William Boeck md Bonnie Mae Towers Boeck. He died Jan. 18,1991, in New Braunfels. He married Arni Holden June 24, 1952, in Bandera, Texas. He had lived in New Braunfels for 20 years. He was former police chief for the city of New Braunfels. He was a member of the Breakfast Lions Club. Elks Lodge, Guadalupe Valley Peace Officers Association, Cal-Tcx Motorcycle Club, Texas Police Chiefs Association and the National Academy Associates of Texas. Survivors include his wife Ann Boeck of New Braunfels; mother Bonnie Mae Wiseman; a daughter, Jamie Tomas of New Braunfels; a son. Jim Boeck of Seguin; a brother, Hank Wiseman of Comfort; and six grandchildren, Nicci “Scotter” Tomas, Cory Tomas, Kristin Tomas, Christi Engel, Dec Boeck and Shelly Boeck. Visitation will be from noon today until 9:30 am. Monday at Docp-penschmidl Funeral Home. Memorials can be given to the Texas Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund, T.C.L.E.O.S.E., 1033 La Posada, Austin, Texas 78752. The first meeting of the Republican Men’s Club of Comal County for 1991 will be Tuesday at 7:30 pm. at the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative on FM 3159 at Texas 46. New officers Charles Billings, James Jahn-sen, Yankee Camarillo and Mark Powell will be installed. Guest speaker will be County Judge Carter Casteel, who will discuss county government. All interested men of the county are invited. For more information, call 629-0388.... “Man and His Universe,” a spe-_ cia! public service program from the Inner Peace Movement, is being presented by national representative Karen Cramer at the Victoria Bank and Trust Community Room in the North Building at 7:30 pm. Tuesday. The Inner Peace Movement is a non-profit educational organization offering community-bared programs to help people effectively meet the challenges of today's world by developing inner and outer communication skills. For more information, call 1-800-336-8088. The program is open to the public at no charge.... “It’s a New Year ... A Time to Focus on Where We Are Going” will be the program on goal setting during the Lunch and Learn Series Wednesday at the Comal County Extension Service meeting room at 132 S. Water Laie. Participants are encouraged to bring a sack lunch. The program begins at 12:15 pm. and will end at 12:45 pm. so everyone can return to work on time. For reservations, call 625-9178.... Two masters-level counselors will be conducting sessions at Teen Connection, 1414 W. San Antonio, for children and for adults who have relatives or friends involved in the war. Art therapy sessions also will be offered for small children to help them deal with their feelings. The sessions will start Wednesday and will continue each Wednesday at 5:15 pm. indefinitely.... Continued from Page 1A New Braunfels a safer place to live took off in the 1980s when his ideas led to the creation of the mayoral-appointed 26-member Safe City Commission. He wrote the Crime Control Plan, which is the framework of the commission. The plan stresses that community spirit along with people helping people with common goals, crime can be controlled. In June 1989 he was awarded the Ed Murphy Memorial Award for Lawman of the Year for his work in making the community a better place to live. When he received the honor, in the memory of Ed Murphy, who was killed in the line of duty in the 1970s, he said, “I hope what I do is what Ed was vying to do.” He always had a keen interest in his officcrs and continually fought for pay raises and better benefits for them. He once told the Herald, “We've got the kind of talent and quality people that the Dallas Police Department has. But there is no way we can compete with Dallas on wages.” He also was a member of the Breakfast Lions Dub, Elks Lodge, Guadalupe Valley Peace Officers Association, Cal-Tex Motorcycle Club, Texas Police Chiefs Association and the National Academy Associates of Texas. After 17 years with the police department, Mr. Boeck was appointed in June 1990 as the city's special projects director and worked on the airport master plan and plans for a new city golf course. He said it was hard leaving the department after so many years. “All but a handful of people I hired. I’ve watched grow,” he said. “It's hard to leave.” He is survived by his wife, mother, daughter, son, brother and six grandchildren. Memorials can be made to the Texas Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund in Austin. Continued from Page 1A which all client-related work is conducted. New Braunfels churches reflected in that group include Tree of Life Fellowship, Fellowship Bible Church, First Baptist Church, Oakwood Baptist Church, Freedom Fellowship, Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church and Foursquare Church. Other churches represented are St. Thomas Catholic Church at Canyon Lake, Christ the Redeemer at Bulverde, First Assembly of God at San Marcos, and Alamo Baptist and Covenant Church in San Antonio. In addition to counseling and referrals to a variety of agencies able to assist a woman in a crisis pregnancy situation, the CPC here offers additional services. “We do offer the baby clothes and the maternity clothes on loan,” the director said, “and we do offer post-abortion counseling.” She also said: “Please stress that all of our services are free and confidential.” The CPC’s board of directors includes Dr s. Lynn Thompson and AACOG_ Continued from Page 1A training program, which offers on-- the-job training, classroom instruction, and re-training for displaced employees. Two New Braunfels arson investigators recently completed cer- Postal Continued from Page 1A Bulk Mail Acceptance dock at the General Mail Facility as usual from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. however, business accounts must be up-to-date for mail to go out on this date. Stephen Ousley, both of Fellowship Bible Church; Beth Leifeste of Tree of Life; George Bokomey of Abundant Life in San Antonio; Jeff Carlton of Christ Presbyterian and attorney John Churm of First Baptist. Pro-life activities will continue Jan. 26 when area residents travel to Austin and join groups from other cities at the Texas Rally for Life. Last year, that annual march up Congress Avenue attracted more than 7,000 participants. Because the Legislature is now in session, rally organizers anticipate an even larger turnout this year. Among those participating in the rally will be Maria Crawford, founder of the Illinois chapter of Black Americans for Life; Akua Furlow, Life Advocates of Houston; and Dr. Richard Land, executive director of the Christian Life Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention. The rally will begin at I pjn. at 4th Street and South Congress Avenue. Those needing more information are invited to contact Bokomey at 629-5774 during regular business hours. tification through AACOG’s law enforcement program. AACOG also sought to provide 9-1-1 emergency service to Comal County. Currently, AACOO is involved in the process of applying for a $10,000 grant for a state transit system in this area, Notzon said. Eighty-eight percent of the money received from local governments by AACOO is returned to the community, Notzon said. “When given an opportunity I can prove to diem that for $1,100 they’re generating much more. Then you are talking about the cost-effective expenditure of public funds, and I think it is.” syi uumCTmaamsirf* Open Sunday 9-6:00 Weather Permiting Closed Monday 625-8601 • 790 Landa. Corner of Mission Dr. Dust mites bugging you? The Indoor air in your home and office is full of dust, especially in your central heating and cooling system. 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