New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 5, 1991, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 05, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 5, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Ze/funy, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, March 5, 1991 Page 3 Sorority gifts Crossword Public meetings ACROSS 1 Tablet 5 Some Egyptians 10 Artificial 14 Theater area 15 Drags 16 Split 17 Polluting substance 19 English composer 20 Wobble 21 Parts of the psyche 22 Gnarl 23 Diverts 25 Shelter 26 Belt s kin 30 Vehicle 31 Jockey's gear 34 For this purpose 36 Ditches 38 Spanish aunt 39 UN's forerunner 42 Antlered animal 43 Bulba” 44 Platform 45 Less forward 47 Stake 49 Fusses 50 H of HMS 51 Tapestry 53 Fruit 55 Brother 56 Water sport 61 Vessels 62 Saddled with a predicament 64 Move along 65 Climbing vine 66 Asian robe 67 Rider” 68 Swiss lake 69 Trudge DOWN 1 Narrow strip 2 Mother — 3 Fit of shivering 4 Zone 5 Angel 6 Scull 7 Quebec battle site 8 Ministers 9 Fast jets 10 Wagered 11 Type of lizard 12 Pisa's river 13 Fulfill 18 Asian festival 24 Grapevine 25 Stands up 26 State capital 27 An Astaire 2 8 with: greet 29 Greedy one 31 P.O. 32 Jargon 33 Unburdens 35 Prettier 37 Goose genus PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED NBISD board to discuss energy use, sex education 40 Corn serving 41 Give-- whirl 46 Woolen cloth 48 Plaid 51 Mr. Palmer, for short 52 Farm animal 53 Absolute 54 Silkworm 55 Pervade 57 Stinging insect 58 Type style: abbr. 59 An emperor 60 Grating 63 “ Sunday Afternoon” 1 2 3 • I 5 6 7 8 14 15 17 18 20 ■ _ 26 28 29 34 3^| 39 42 ■ 45 46 50 53 54 _ ■ 61 * 64 67 I New Braunfels Independent School District board of trustees will meet in a workshop session tonight to discuss an energy management system and a sex education program. Board members currently are debating the hiring of a Wichita Falls consulting firm to institute an energy management program in the schools to save energy. The board will take that debate one step further tonight at 7 when officials from the Texas Education Service Center Region 13 make a presentation on the energy plan they ofter. Superintendent Charles Birdberry says he is interested in instituting a program that will save the district in energy costs. “We’re just looking at a lot of ways to save money,” he said. “I want them to put those savings back into the people (and programs) that are here.” The board also tonight will review a secondary self-responsibility curriculum. The district’s self-responsibility committee has been working on a curriculum that could be instituted in the schools to give students the ability to say no to sex rather than having a program promoting safe sex. The public is invited to attend the workshop meeting at The Education Center board room, 430 W. Mill St. — STEPHANIE FERGUSON The Planning & Zoning New Braunfels Planning and Zoning Commission today is expected to approve a master plan of subdivided property so land owners may build a restaurant. The land will be separated into sections and platted, designed by lot and block number and then filed at the County Clerk’s office, said Mike Shands, planning director for the City of New Braunfels. Currently, Texas Commerce Bank owns the land located on U.S. 81 and Interstate 35. Rob Eversberg, an agent for the project, said developers plan to plait and subdivide only the first 0.863 acres of the 6.7-acre tract. That part of the land has been proposed for a restaurant which will probably be the International House of Pancakes because that firm made the first offer, Eversberg said. However, “if they back down we’ll look for another restaurant,” he said. The rest of the land will not be utilized until agents find a buyer or a user. “Right now the total tract is on a single master plan with no proposed use," he said. In addition to approving the master plan, the commission also is expected to grant preliminary or final approval of New Braunfels Center, the name Eversberg picked for the subdivision of land. The meeting will be held tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the Meeting Room at the Municipal Building. — KATHRYN SCHOEMER Volunteer firefighters needed Stocks NKW YORK (AP) -Morning flocks: High Low I-art AMW Corp 61*4 604 614 ALLTEL Cp 384 384 384 Am cr i let h 654 654 654 AmSlores 774 754 77 Amel TAT 334 334 334 Ani ix o 514 514 514 An Jai kl lr ITA 274 274 Ark la 194 194 194 Annaline 54 54 54 AllKiehfld 1294 1284 129 Bakcrllugh 284 284 284 ll anc'I ex as 5-16 5 16 5-16 He I IAI Inn s 484 48 484 Bells uu lh 524 524 524 Be lh Sleet 164 154 164 Borden s 354 344 35 Calcrplli 574 56 574 Ccniel 314 314 314 CcnlSo Wert 434 434 434 Chevron 754 75 754 Chrysler IS 144 144 Coastal s 334 33 33 CocaCola s 524 514 524 Colg Palm 744 734 744 Com I Mc ll 21 21 21 CyprusMn 23 224 224 DallScmicn 9 84 84 DcltaAirl 774 764 774 Digitally 7 TA 754 ITA Dillard IO TA 105 IO TA DowChcm 544 534 54 Chessel Iud S 264 264 264 (bipont 384 384 384 ti SIK od ak 44V. 444 444 finserch 204 194 20*4 Ii XX (XI 554 544 55 RCty Be p 54 54 54 Plower lnd 154 > 154 154 FordMutor 344 334 334 Oil' Cp s 314 304 304 (in D) nun 244 244 244 Gentile! 684 684 684 GcnMiUs s 534 524 534 GcnMolors 394 394 394 CnMotrli s 424 414 424 GlubMar n 44 44 44 Goodrich 404 404 404 Goodyear 234 224 234 GlAtll'w. 524 524 524 Gulf Slat I 114 114 114 I tai (bur Ut 524 52 52 Houstlnd 354 354 354 IBM 1324 1304 131 InUPaper 624 624 624 Johns) tm 824 814 824 K Man 394 374 39 Kroger 224 214 224 vjLTV Cp 2 14 14 LiUun lad 844 84 844 vjl .oneS tai 54 54 54 Lowes 294 29 294 Lubys s 20 194 20 Max us 9 84 84 MayDSi 534 524 534 Medtronic 114 1124 1134 Mobil 624 62 624 Monsanto a 594 594 594 Motorola 624 614 624 NCNB Cp 304 304 104 Navistar 34 34 34 Nyncx 764 754 764 Oryxlingy 394 384 394 PacTclcsis 434 424 43 PanhliCp 144 144 144 Penney JC 554 544 554 PepBoyi 114 114 114 Phelps Dod 684 684 684 Philip!1* 284 274 284 Polaroid t 274 264 274 I‘mn erica 324 324 324 ProctGamb 84 834 834 Pubs NwMx 9 14 9 SFePacCp n 84 I 84 Saraire a 354 35 354 ScaraRocb 314 St 314 ShcrwinWm 434 424 434 SmihBchm 684 684 684 SmlhBch eq u 594 59 594 Southern Co 274 ITA 274 274 2 TA 274 544 534 544 64 64 64 334 324 334 194 194 194 314 314 314 ITA 364 374 504 494 50 634 634 634 IVA 204 204 AVA 404 41 364 364 364 294 29 294 34 34 34 304 304 304 194 184 194 784 774 784 384 384 384 494 494 494 254 244 254 284 274 284 364 36 364 294 284 294 34 334 34 58 57 58 74 74 TA SwstAul t S* Sidell SlcrlingChm SunCo TNP lint Tandy Tempi Lnl s Ten net o TMM* Tex as bid lex bs In ti Tex IM Textron Tyler USX Carp UnCarbde UaPacCp US Wert * I in itTech Unitel • Unocal WalMart I We tig Iii I S Wuolwth i Xerox Cp ZenithK Market seeks direction NEW YORK (AP) — Stock prices rose moderately in early trading today as the market appeared to be searching for direction. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks was up 6.93 to 2,921.04 as of 10 a.m. EST. Gainers outnumbered losers by nearly 2 lo I in nationwide trading of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues, with 706 up, 374 down and 495 unchanged. Volume on the Big Board came to 27.64 million shares as of IO a.m. on Wall Street. Some analysts said the stock market may be boosted by a rise in government bond prices and the resulting drop in interest rates. The Treasury’s benchmark 30-year bond was up 19-32 in early trading today, pushing its yield down to 8.24 percent. By KATHRYN SCHOEMER Staff Writer The volunteer firefighting organization in New Braunfels may cease to exist if residents don’t donate more time. “At one time, we had four companies with 15 members each. Since then, we’ve dwindled down to five (firefighters) that are really active,” said George Becker, a member of the New Braunfels Volunteer Fire Department and sales representative for Becker Motor Co. lf more residents don’t volunteer, the city may need to invest tax dollars into the fire department to hire some permanent firefighters. “They’re giving us one more chance (to recruit volunteers) and if that doesn’t work we might have to get paid,’’ Becker said. Previous volunteers have either accepted paid firefighter positions, moved away or were forced to quit because their jobs wouldn’t allow them the extra time to fight fires, Becker said. Although today’s volunteer firefighters donate more time, they receive better benefits. “Seventeen years ago you wore (your own) street shoes, gloves and bunker pants and the equipment we had didn’t meet safety approval.” Today, the fire department provides each firefighter with his own gear and a portable monitor. But, “lots of people don’t have the time (because) they’re holding down two jobs or they don’t know about us,” Becker said. Currcndy, the New Braunfels Volunteer Fire Department is accepting volunteers. Requirements for firefighters include: applicants at least 18 years old, a driver’s license and background check, a physical fitness test, a New Braunfels phone number and working a minimum of four hours of training per month with fire and emergency calls. Elroy Friesenhahn, fire marshal for the New Braunfels Fire Department, said the fire department also is accepting applications for support personnel. People who want to volunteer, but don’t want to fight fires can volunteer for data entry, public education or photography, he said. AIR DUCT CLEANING >lENrt CUMIN mi ii'. SERVICES KMB Sanity Un lh County Ans Sines 1972 Donations to the Senior Citizens' Building Fund, earmarked for chandeliers, are presented to Comal County Senior Citizens’ Foundation President Les Thorn. Making the presentation for Beta Sigma Phi sorority’s Texas lota Master Chapter, top, is Elinor Wells, service chairperson. Representing Beta Sigma Phi’s Texas Laureate-Upsilon Chapter are President Carol Schumann, left, and Violet Voges, service chairman. Each chapter's donation was for $150. (Photos by Erik Karlsson) "fr    3t j^St. Paul Lutheran Church* Join Us Every Wednesday February 13th through March 20th 5:30 Fellowship Dinner 7:00 Service 181 S. Santa Clara Ave * +■ * 625-9191 * * * * These businesses will promote their people and their operations Horizons ’91. “TCBV” lilt UmmtryL Btsi toyml, All Yog-a-bars 99* 208 N. Loop 337 •28-1313 _ Herald-Zeitung Published Sunday morning. Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels Herald Zeitung. 707 Lamia St., or P O. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Texas 78131 1328. Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels Herald ZeHung at New Braunfels, Texas. DAVID SULLENS Editor and Publisher JANINE GREEN Managing Editor CHERYL Duvall Business Manager KAREN REININGER Classified Manager LONE BEASLEY Advertising Direct or CAROL ANN AVERY Circulation Mar'ager GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman Carrier ilehvery in Comal, Guadalupe. Hays. Blanco and Kendall counties: three months, $10.25, six months. $ 17.80, one year, $32. Senior Citizens Discount (carrier delivery only): six months, $14. OO. one year, $27.00. Mad delivery outside Comal County, in Texas: three months. $18.00, six months, $32, one year, $60. Mail outside Texas: six months. $42; one year, $70. lf you have not received your newspaper by 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through hYiday, or by 7:30 a.m. Sunday, call 625 9144 or 658 1900 by 7 p.m. and ll a.m., respectively. Postmaster: Send address changes to P.O. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Texas 78131 1328 All Star Glass Burkei Inc. Becker Motor Company Bradzoil Carlton's New Braunfels Wurst Centex Office Center Detex Corporation Dittlinger Roller Mills Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Entex Flume Construction Guada-Coma Mechanical Hadlock and Fox Kirk Gregory Lafarge Corporation Lone Star Die Casting Mill Store Plaza Mission Valley Mill Naegelin’s Bakery Standard Casualty Company The Porter Company Texas Commerce Bank Tri-City Distributors, Inc. . TXI Cement Company WalMart WalMart Distribution Center WestPoint Pepperell/ Mission Valley Mill Shouldn’t you? Call at 625-9144 today for details HORIZONS »1 Hsrald-Itttunj ;

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