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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 14, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                County judge hears concerns of Canyon Lake See Page 8 UTEP completes top priority See Page 7 ABC v GUT s Doctor says thirdgrader suffering in school Seepages New Braunfels BEST AVAfUBLE COPY 65 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377880 5126259144 Thursday 1991 25 Cents One 12 Pages Stammtisch In the bag Several thousand Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts will ask you to put it in the bug 16 as they distri bute plastic sacks for you to fill with nonperishable food Local Scouts will be knocking on Comal County doors that day to present residents with bags to be filled for collection on The food will then be taken to the Food Pantry in New Braunfels or the food pantry at Canyon Residents who do not receive a Scouting for Food bag arc invited to drop off food items at Buy For Handy the StopnGo on FM and Sun City Fash 940 San in New where collection boxes will be available all that Food collected here goes to our food pantry and the food collected at Canyon Lake stays at Canyon Scout troops throughout the Alamo Area Council 13 counties of Boy Scouts of America are par ticipating in the MidEastern tale Austin puppeteer Natasha LaGi tana will present a MidEastern The Legend of Mushkil Gus with her puppets at the New Braunfels Childrens Museum in Courtyard shopping center Sunday at 3 Using hand LaGuana will demonstrate the val ue of Admission to the puppet show is included in the regular museum which is free to mem bers and for nonmember child ren and for nonmember For more call Childrens concert Famed childrens entertainer Joe Scruggs will be in concert 24 at 4 at the Civic Center in a benefit for the New Braunfels Childrens Tickets are and are available at the museum in Courtyard shopping Broussard Teacher and School 362 and at all Handy Andy stores in New Kerrville and San Anto Scruggs is a favorite for youngsters and their parents alike with his entertaining lyrics about reallife such as songs teaching children to say please and thankyou and for songs such as Even Trolls Have Museum members will have reserved seating near the Patriotic children The youngsters at Happy Days Day Care 115 invite the public to their patriotic assembly Friday at 5 The children will stand together in a flag formation to sing patriotic songs and conduct a flagraising and balloonreleasing Among songs planned are 2 Good Day Sunny and warm with a high near 76 and an overnight low near North winds at 10 to 12 mph and clear skies complete the Conditions Friday likely will keep the high near 61 and the low near Highs could reach 68 Saturday and 65 with overnight lows near 40 forecast each Inslda DEAR TV fire boards are appointed Fully involved in flames This located on Hueco Springs Loop Road and owned by burned to the ground in a Wednesday evening Photo by Erik Karlsson Fire destroys barn By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor r New firefighters arc investigating the cause of a Wednes day night fire that burned a barn formerly used as a worm farm to the ground on Hueco Springs Loop There is nothing to indicate there is anything suspicious about the of the said Robert Reed of the New Braunfels Fire The fire began around in the 900 block of Hueco Springs Loop Seidel seeks seat on council By KATHRYN SCHOEMER Staff Writer Rudy Seidel lived in New Braunfels long enough to contemplate how residents should be represented in city As a lifelong resi dent and owner of several businesses in the Seidel wants to represent citizens by run ning for Council member District 3 in the upcoming May 4 I owe a debt of Seidel gratitude to all the citizens who have helped tne be suc cessful in Serving on city council and working hard to protect the best interest of local citizens is one way 1 can return the Seidel stated in a press Some of the issues Seidel will fight for include unnecessary spend ing and One way the city could save waste is by investing in recycling I dont see why we have to bury ourselves in our own garbage because they could place containers in different parts of the city where people would voluntarily bring their he Seidel said the city also could pre vent waste by refusing to fund need less Because of my many years in bus 1 know how to live within my means and our city government needs to operate in that he Even though he has no complaints See Page 2 of Hatfield said while the structure was formerly used to raise worms he using it for storage and a work His house is located beside the The 50by 100foot structure was fully involved in flames when fire fighters Since the area was outside city firefighters also fought alack of There were residences on both sides of the building and due to the lack of the emphasis was on protecting the exposures on either side of the Reed There was significant damage to one onheJiouses ing It melted Reed said the Bracken Volunteer Fire Department sent two water We had in excess of gallons on the engines that we sent out there and Bracken brought two tankers with at least twice that he Water also was shuttled to the fire from a water hydrant located on Texas Efforts were concentrated on pro tecting the residences and cooling nearby gasoline and butane he The barn was By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor Appointments to the newly created Rural Fire Prevention District and Emergency Services District board of commissioners were made today by Comal County Commissioners There is not any pay involved so its strictly because of their dedication to public service and to Comal Coun said County Judge Carter who administered the oath of office to the The district is represented very said Precinct 1 Commissioner Jumbo who made the motion to appoint members to the emergency services district that repre sents the BulverdeSpring Branch Appointed was Beverly McNa Gordon Maurice SuUenfuss and Precinct 4 Commissioner Morris Moc Schwab made the motion to appoint the five members to represent the fire prevention district which rep resents the Canyon LakeStartzville Appointed was George Joseph Tho mas Lou Lenz arid Tho mas In a controversial election in Janu voters in the Canyon Lake Startzvillc area voted to establish Rur al Fire Prevention District The board of commissioners will levy and enforce the collection of taxes not to exceed 3 cents per valuation to There is not any pay involved so its strictly because of their dedica tion to public service and to Comal said County Judge Carter taxpayers living in the fire The monies will be used for fire equipment and other efforts of the Canyon Lake Volunteer Fire Also in voters in the BulvcrdcSpring Branch area over whelmingly approved the creation of an emergency services district to serve areas already serviced by rural fire prevention districts and The board of will levy and enforce the collection of taxes hot to exceed 2 cents per valuation to persons in the emergency services These arc very significant jobs as far as the public is concerned because they arc being responsible for the col lection of tax Casteel Precinct 3 Commissioner Patricio Pat Precinct 2 Commis sioner Neil Craigmilc along with Judge Evans and Schwab all voted in favor of the appointees recommended by Evans and The fire and emergency services dis trict fall in the precincts of Evans and Did I do that Marvin pictured at was among members of the New Braunfels Rotary Club who staged a style show to entertain other members and their spouses attending the civic groups Valentinethemed meeting on Pustkas reaction to seeing his photo Thursday morning Did I do that Among other Rotarians participating in the entertainment from Barry John Bob Mike Ed Shackelford Bart Photo by David Sullens Valentines Day honored with floral flair By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor Romance is in the New Braunfels air this Valentines Day as sweetsmelling flowers are delivered to sweethearts all over Everybody is kind of in a romantic said Diana owner of Weidners The tradition of sending red roses and red and white carnations is a popular way of I Love you as florists around town experience one of their busiest days of the Its the number one seller of the said Terry Voges of Fancie The traditional gift is your red roses thats the seller of them all its the true love of all Voges said the stuffed animals and animals stuffed inside balloons also are popular items this Clayburne said while spring flower bouquets were popular Valentines Day items last people are send ing more traditional flowers such as roses and carnations this Anything in red or white is popu lar this said Dale mana ger of Flowers by The sale of roses is down slightly this he mainly because of The freeze is San Diego Califor nia cut the price way up he Florists say while some people do wait to the last minute to order flow most people are learning to order Most of them are pretty good about ordering early especially the ones that do it every year theyve Claybume Arnwines have triple reason to celebrate this special day By KATHRYN SCHOEMER Staff Writer For Betty Valentines Day is more than just a day to appreci ate loved On tins Aniwine has more to remember than just who to send flowers and Celebrating her birthday and wed ding anniversary on Valentines Day keeps her but she doesnt seem to mind the extra 1 love it because its a very special day that is all rolled into 1 get lots of cards and nobody forgets me on my my wedding anniversary or Valentines she said in a tele phone Everybody remembers her and lavishes her with she To help make the holiday more the Arnwines have taken various trips in the We went on a Canihoan cruise for one week and went through the Panama Canal in 1985 which was something to remem siid Dick When uskcd if there were any dis advantages to having three celebra tions on one Armvine said she couldnt think of There have 2   

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