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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 20, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas BEST AVAILABLE COPY OMB wanted more audits of countrys small See Page 5A Hodges pitches 2hit shutout in NBs district See Page 8A Ladies continue local Geburtstag Kranzchen See Page 1B New Braunfels Wednesday 89 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377i MOTv W MR W 177880 5126259144 4f March 1991 25 Cents Two 18 Pages Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung wishes happy birthday today to Joyce Forrest Helen Gardenia Jesse Florcs Lawrence Angclinc Benja min Edwin Sanchez and David Belated best wishes to Ginny Joyce Hoffman and Flor ence Know of a birthday or anniver sary Call our receptionist the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Hunks and Honeys Smithson Valley High School Project Graduation Committee invites the public to a Hunks and Honeys fashion show tonight at Modeling in the fashion show will be seniors from Smith son Valley High Students will be wearing fashions from The Box Gingiss Formal Wear and Admission is a mere for adults and for Tickets are available from any high school senior or at the Refreshments will be available for a nominal fee and there will be entertainment provided by the Smithson Valley High School Dance is made up of concerned parents who want all graduating seniors to have a place to celebrate on graduation night a place free of drugs and properly chaperoned and lots of Meeting cancelled Canyon High Schools Project Graduation Committee has cancelled its meeting scheduled for Thursday because of conflicting activities at the high The meeting has been rescheduled for April 18 at in the All junior and senior parents are urged to Community Ed Learn to use a ribbon to make banana French barrette and the curl bow in a Hair Bow Mak ing class Thursday from 7 to 9 at Canyon High For more information or to call the Community Education office at 6258081 Monday through Thursday from 9 to 3 Volunteers needed Comal County Womens Center needs more The center offer training classes for hot line volunteers and other interested persons who want to become acquainted with the program on March 23 from 9 to noon or on March 25 from 6 to 9 at the Womens Center San Antonio Its not neces sary to leave your home to volun Page 2A Good Day Mostly cloudy conditions and a chance for rain are forecast for the area The high today could reach according to bettering Tuesdays high in New Braun fels of 77 and an overnight low of A low of 62 is expected tonight and a foggy dawn is For more weather see Page CLASSIFIED 57B COMICS 4B CROSSWORD 3A DEAR ABBY 6A EDUCATION 3B ENTERTAINMENT 6A HOROSCOPE 4B KALEIDOSCOPE 12B PRIME TIME 7A SPORTS 810A TV LISTINGS 4B WEATHER 2A Moratorium bill sent for more study By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor AUSTIN Proposed legislation that would place a twoyear morator ium on the burning of hazardous waste in cement kilns was bumped into a subcommittee for further study Tuesday by the House Environmental Affairs Edmund committee member and sponsor of HB said he remains confident the bill will A number of New Braunfels citi public environmental cement company officials and lobbyests filled the hearing room at the John Reagan Building for the allday committee A number of hazardouswaste related bills were being Hopefully the Legislature will consider it pollutionprevention legis Kuempel said about his bijj that was written to give lawmakers and regulatory agencies more time to study technology of burning hazardous waste as fuel in cement The moratorium would give us a level playing said David Wal president of the New Braunfels group Securing a Future During the Wallace ques tioned whether the Balcones Cement ROUNDUP Hopefully the Legisla ture will consider it pollutionprevention said State Edmund Kuempel of his bill seeking a twoyear moratorium on permitting of cement kilns to burn hazardous Plant in New Braunfels could safely bum hazardous waste as fuel when it had a number of upset conditions at the plant last year during normal We need more time to find out what really happened during the 400 violations Arc they capable of burning hazardous waste in a cement plant that has 400 violations Wal lace SAFE member Paul Fraser also tes tified that the Lafargc and Sys tech Environmental should not be allowed to store and burn hazard ous waste at the Balcones Cement Plant at the expense of the Everybody gets rich on this See Page 2A San Marcos man jailed on drugrelated charges By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor A 50yearold San Marcos man remains in jail today after officers from the Comal County Sheriffs Office and the New Braunfels Police Department arrested him on drug Felix Cuevas remains in the Comal County Jail on a charge of possession of cocaine under 28 He is expected to be Cuevas was arrested at approxi mately 1 Tuesday at the corner of West San Antonio and Hill After searching his latemodel authorities found a small amount of cocaine in an eyeglass said Sher iff Jack Bremer said Cuevas cooperated Ladder truck under repair in Wisconsin By KATHRYN SCHOEMER Staff Writer The equipment supply at the New Braunfels Fire Department is at a We do have the bare bones of When one piece of equipment goes out we have little or no said City Manager Paul When this members of the fire department rely on their mutual aid agreements cooperation with other fire departments to help out in needy Some of the tire departments equipment was shuffled between sta tions in order to provide the Central Fire Station with the proper The reserve pumper at the County Line and then told officers he had more cocaine in a local motel room where he was stay This is a case weve been working on for a couple of weeks and we final ly just set up on the street corner knowing that some day this guy would drive and he Bremer Burglary suspect arrested An 18yearold Canyon Lake resi dent remains in the Comal County Jail today in lieu of posting a bond on a burglary of a habitation Royal Dean Adams is a suspect in the burglary of a residence in the Canyon Lake area said Sheriff Jack Adams is being investigated in three other burglaries in the lake he Flying the flag Workmen on Tuesday raise a 30foot flag pole outside the offices of the New Braunfels providing a place to display a large American Photos by Erik Karlsson NBISD bars smoking in all school facilities Morning mishap One person was transported to McKenna Memorial Hospital following a mishap this morning on Laurel Likely contributing to the acci dent which occurred about sources at the scene was a slippery No further details were available at Photo by Erik Karlsson By STEPHANIE HtRGUSON News Editor Lighting up on New Brauniels Independent School Disuici such as in ihe stadium during football is now banned after the board of trustees unanimously approved a nosmoking policy I think me polj icy is a policy thai evctyone can live I said Superj inlendeni Charles T h e p o 11 c y adopted Tuesday states Smoking mid tobacco use are public health therefore Bradbury smoking and ihe use of lobucco pro ducts shall be piohibiied in all disuici Disuici buildings include open air properly such as playground parking ouidoor athletic practice or at any other activity held on district property or at any school related or school sanc tioned activity on or off school There will be a designated area in each building for employees who Brad berry School principals also can seek a smokefree designation from the superintendents office that would prohibit any smoking on their cam taking out the designated smok ing if an employee was hired at that smokefree school and was a he or she would not be allow ed to Bradbcny 2A
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