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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 14, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas SSCs highpowered magnet components are See Page 4 House challenges Bush on assistance packages for See Page 4 Streety leaving New Braunfels to become AD at See Page 6 New Braunfels 85 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377880 5126259144 Thursday March 1991 25 Cents One 12 Pages Stammtisch Best wishes The New Braunfels llerald Zeitung would like to wish Happy Birthday today to Bemice Shur Monty Joe Her Argelia Steven Wayne Arno Ellen and Christi Ann Know of a birthday or anniver sary Call our receptionist the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Spaghetti supper Cross Lutheran 169 is having an Irish Spagh etti Supper in honor of area Winter Texans Sunday at The dinner is free to winter church members and their Entertainment will be provided by Jerry Chandler on guitar and Paul McLaughlin and David Owens of the Grapes of WalkAThon Sunday New Braunfels Business and Professional Womens Club is sponsoring an Anderson WalkAThon Sunday from 2 to 4 at Landa For more call Delores Smith at 6294352 or Ann Bartholomew at Car wash Saturday Burger King on South Seguin at Interstate 35 will conduct a car wash from 11 to 2 Satur All proceeds will be given to the Comal County Senior Citizens Foundation fund drive for con struction at the new senior center on Continued patriotism The Ouadalupe Valley Post 35 of the American Legion was proud to be a participant in the recent Troop Support Troop 35 members met early that morning to distribute 129 flags in the down town These flags are display ed in New Braunfels yearly on Memorial Veterans Day and July We 16ok forward to the continued patriotism of this citys said an American Legion AAUW book sale Do you have books you no lon ger wish to Itll soon be time for the annual Book Sale of the American Association of Universi ty which gives citizens a good opportunity to give books they no longer want to a good AAUWs sale proceeds are used to university scholarships for mature Selection of scho larship recipients will be announced before The book sale will be at Paul Lutheran Church April 20 from 9 to 4 For information or pickup of call AAUW members Agnes 6255391 Virgi nia 6253849 Nettie 6205315 or Mary Tym Because textbooks mid magazines liavc not sold well in the these will not be col Good Day A chance for accompan ied by a high of 70 ami a low of is forecast the the area Wednesdays high in New Braunfels was followed by an overnight low of No rain has been recorded this leaving the total so far this year at 7 67 Inside gn 6 3 DEAR 7 6 7 a TV g Slain suspect identified as a local man SAN ANTONIO AP Three police officers shot a robbery suspect to death in a motel room early today after they reportedly saw that the man had a authorities The shooting occurred about 4 at the Ruby Inn Motel on Interstate 35 in northeast San Antonio following a robbery at a nearby convenience police spokesman Paul Buske The names of the dead man and the three officers involved were not immediately The suspect was said to be a 26yearold man from New Authorities had blocked off the area after a StopNGo store was Police noticed a pickup truck in the motel parking lot matching that of the robbery Buske A motel clerk told police the man who had been driving the pickup truck was in a room on the second The three officers entered the room and saw the man in bed under a Buske The officers told police investiga tors they ordered the man to raise his hands over his and then they spotted a gun on the It was unclear whether he man was holding the The officers fired a total of seven and the suspect fired authorities Wellhead Protection good Wooly wash Jason a competitor in the Cornal County Junior Livestock Show and Sale underway through Satur day at the county washes his lamb in preparation for A schedule of events appears on Page Photo by Erik Karlsson By KATHRYN SCHOEMER Staff Writer More than 25 residents offered to donate their services Wednesday night to help prevent ground contami nation in the Edwards The known as Wellhead will inventory the amount of possible ground contamination sur rounding public supply wells in Com al Volunteers will help the Texas Water Commission detect ground contamination by going to various businesses or sites and noting the amount of underground storage abandoned wells and toxic waste sites and then plotting the possible conta mination area on a If a possibility for ground contami nation the volunteer will refer it to members of the Texas Water Commission who will investigate the pollution While members of the Texas Water Commission do not believe ground contamination currently they are trying to detect it to prevent furth er damage in he said John Mey a geologist of Ground Water Con servation Section at the Water Rights and Uses Division for the Texas Water Another reason for the survey is to increase public education about ground People dont do tilings illegally because they do it out of With more public people will realize what theyre doing and stop doing Meyer The project will also save citizens from paying additional funds to the Texas Water Commission because city management would need to lure an engineering he Volunteers said they wanted to donate heir time because the aquif ers purity was important to the com Ive been concerned for about five said Tucker Cuel a volunteer for the Wellhead Pro tection Its nice to see people care about he communitys water source mid volunteer their The 27 who attended the session were a lot more than County panel boosts price of fire ant spray By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor Comal County Court unanimously approved today raising the cost of the fire am insecti cide the county annually sells to Anidro now will be available for county residents at per Precinct 2 Commissioner Neil Craig mile made the motion to increase the Commissioners decided icaeuse the price since the price tin the comity to purchase the Aimlro has incr eased The county has sold the fur mil msec lidde at cost since ll88 to help battle the extensive problem oi the In the oost per pound WAS in IW it aw ii it svas and the price MI is now at U per pound Comity residents pick up the Amilro at the County Read OepaH located at IVxas 16 Souih and the County oitice located at IT Waiet I The voie was ijianimous with County Caiitn riecinci 1 Commissioner M JumNj Precinct 3 Conn vi Fat missions VUniis waste 4 Com Schwa Jim Myers of the Texas Air Control head of the table fore testifies at the Texas Senate Committee on Natural Resour ce meeting Wednesday in the Senate Chambers at the State Capi j tot iti Phpto by Stephanie Ferguson By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor AUSTIN The burning issue of hazardous waste is approaching the heat of Imttlo on the legislative front as the Texas Senate Natural Resources Committee begun hearings Wednesday at the The committee currently is weeding ilirough more than 15 includ ing ui omnibus that directly affects the liazardous waste There arc numerous bills that perhaps mid perhaps said Judith Zaffirini DLaredo iiter the The good thing is ihat there are different alternatives and iliai the vehicles are in place Often when bills ue we sponsors look around lor another The hearing Wednesday centered wound J 0 bills sponsored by Don Henderson RHouston and Gene Green Members of the Committee heaui testimony ioi close to iom hours in the Senate Chamber with Carlos Truua DCorpus Chiisii Most oi the testimony centered around a bill by Henderson iclui ing to the restrictions of the issuance of a ieimit lor a bail dome iuuaidous waste processing or disposal facility near Legislation sponsored by Judith DUuedo itial jwtuuus specifically to New BtauiUels in regards 10 a proposal 10 stoic and bum hazardous waste at lie Uaicoues Cement flam will In discussed timing u Committee hearing next The omnibus sponsoied by Steve Cauiku also is expected to be heard next Ilu omnibus lull itudresses diffe rent parts of the tiuzuidous waste including me and processing of the who represents Comal is sponging Senate Bill SB 349 and SB These bills call 101 u temporal moratorium luoiiibil ing the burning of hazardous materials in iudusuial the prohibi tion oi the burning of hazardous materials near schools uaU mid the WAS 1
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