New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 29, 1991, Page 2

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung May 29, 1991

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 29, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Eagles earnings Page 2 HeraW-Zo/fung, New Braunfels, Texas Weather Wednesday, May 29, 1991 Mayor Water Watch Comal River............................................299    (same) Edwards Aquifer........................625.45 (down .08) Canyon Lake Inflow..................237.3 (down 11.5) Canyon Lake    outflow............................581    (same) Canyon Lake    level............................906.53    (same) South Texas forecasts near IOO along the Rio Grande TODAY-THURSDAY: Mostly plains. Lows in the 70s except near cloudy mornings with partly cloudy, warm and humid afternoons through Thursday. A chance of mainly afternoon and evening showers or thunderstorms central, east and southeast. Highs in the 90s except 80s coastal plains and 80 coast. FRIDAY-SUNDAY:    Friday through Sunday Hill country and south central Texas. Partly cloudy with a slight chance of mainly afternoon and evening showers or thunderstorms . Sheriff’s car collides with bus By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer A school bus en route to Smithson Valley High School was struck by a Comal County Sheriff's car around 7:50 am. Monday at the intersection of Highway 281 and Highway 46 in Comal County, according to Kenny Franklin, transportation director of the Comal Independent School District. “A bus was heading east under the overpass and the sheriffs car was at the stop sign," Franklin said. Another bus was in the lefi-tum lane. '‘Apparently the officer didn’t see the second (oncoming) bus, started to go and hit the side of the bus from the front to the rear," Franklin said. The Sheriffs Department vehicle was driven by Officer Ronald Womack, according to State Trooper Scott Haag of the Department of Puhi- Stammtisch, Continued from Pag* 1 and Recreation Department will be conducting an American Red Cross Fundamental of Canoeing Course on June 3 from 11:30 am. to 8 pm. and June 4 from 8 am. to 6 pm. Pre-register by May 31. For more information call the parks office ai 629-7275. Christian Academy New Braunfels Christian Academy is taking summer enrollment for children 3 to IO years old. Sports, crafts, field trips and swimming lessons are being offered. For a calendar of events or to enroll call 629-6222. Fire department barbecue Canyon Lake Volunteer Fire Department is gearing 14) for its annual fund nus mg barbecue to be at Fire Station #1 in Canyon City, off of Farm to Market 306 with activities planned June 1-2. The 5-member country aid western band. Original Sound, will perform Saturday. June I from 8 pm to midnight On Sunday, June 2 the barbecue serving line will open at noon Cost is $4.50 for adults and $3.50 for children Discovery camp The Summer Discovery Camp, sponsored by the city of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department, will be June 12-13 for children ages 6-12. Participants will spend time with a park ranger learning about wildlife, canoeing, fishing and other outdoor and environmental activities. Preregister by May 31. Fee is $14 for one day or $20 for both days. For more information call the park office at 629-7275. Military wives meet The National Coalition of Former Military Wives will meet June 9 at 2 pm. at Denney’s, located at Blanco and Loop 410 in San Antonio. Representatives from Revlon will present a program on new make-up for spring. For more information call 512/653-8668. Defensive driving Marion Independent School District Community Education will sponsor a defensive driving class June 4 and 6 from 6-10 pm. both nights ai Marion High School. To sign up call Tom De K under ai 512/420-2311. Independent Insurance Agons of New Braunfels will sponsor a defensive driving class June 3 and 4 from 6-10 pm. both nights To sign up call 625-3736. To have an item listed in Siam-match, contact J anim Green or Stephanie Ferguson at 625-9144 Submissions should be of community interest but not commercial in nature SOLAR PRISM GREENHOUSE Keeps Itself Vann In the winier cool In the summer AutomaOcaDy regulates tis own humidity built and proven rn the Pacific Northwest for over IB years 15 feet long. B feet wide 6 feet high molded In one piece from our special formula fibergaas no maintenance • First cost. only coat • Has Ha own foundation, nothing to aaarmbs or build Heat for 925.00 per year Special introductory offer, for leas than you can build or buy a conventional greenhouse 8 x 15 SPECIAL PRICE 3 DAYS ONLY The parking lot of Buy For Less In the Walnut Square Shopping Ctr., 604 S. Walnut —New Braunfels May 30. 31. A June I Th ms . FU A Sat Noon to 6 p m Only ic Safety. Haag said that the vehicle was a 1991 Ford Crown Victoria. "The officer was stopped and apparently misjudged or didn’t see the bus, and ran into the side at the front right tire and slid to the back," Haag said. Officer Womack was transported by EMS to McKenna Memorial Hospital in New Braunfels. He was treated and released. EMS checked the students on the bus and determined that there were no injuries. The CISD bus driver was Max Wommack. He is not related to the officer. “He really did a number on the bus door and rear bumper," Franklin said. “The rear bumper was bent back at a 90 degree angle." Franklin added that school buses are built to withstand crashes. “About the only thing they can’t handle is getting hit by an 18-wheeler.” Continued from Pag* 1 second guess where I stand on something," he said. Goodbread, who represents an at-large position on the council, was appointed mayor after At-Large Council Member Bill Arnold made a motion nominating him and District 2 Council Member Loraine Kraft moved that nominations cease. District 3 CoifKil Member Rudy Seidel seconded die motion to appoint Goodbread. Also voting for Goodbread were council members Ramon Chapa Jr., Clinton Brandt, and District 4 Council Member Paul Fraser. The council also Tuesday unanimously reappointed Chapa as mayor pro-tempore. Bar. Continued from Pag* 1 uring a Future Environment, requested that some of the issues SAFE had petitioned also be tacked on to the Aug. IO election ballot. “I think there are other items that need to be on this referendum and I would be happy to work with the city to ensure that it will be a full referendum," Wallace said. Chapa asked what Wallace wanted to see added to the referendum. “I think we had IO or 15 different items ... I can’t remember them all specificity. Some of them addressed our little friend out here — Lafarge," he said. Goodbread set a City Council workshop for Monday to sit down with members of SAFE to determine if other items should be tacked onto the August ballot. Lanita Ross, director of the 6enior Citizens’ Center, accepts a donation from Roily Schertz of the Eagles Auxiliary. Funds received in Bingo kitchen sales at Eagles Hall were donated to the center. (Photo by Erik Karlsson) Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Charles and Susan Bell; 738 Albert, New Braunfels; 8-pound I-ounce boy; May 27. Tobin and Judy Hoffmann; 4 Mission Drive, New Braunfels; 7-pound 14-ounce boy; May 23. Scott and Deidra Lee; 722 Aviation, Schertz; 8-pound 7-ounce girl; May 24. Obituaries El8leG.Gr!ebat Services for Elsie G. Griebat are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home. She died May 29, 1991, at Eden Home at the age of 79. ERNESTOS Busts It/or Trades Gold Ie Diamonds rn Law Offtoe Of Kimbel L. Brown Attorney At Law (Former Assistant County Attorney) Civil and Criminal Practtoa Smoa 1981 625-3455 260 N. CASTELL NEW BRAUNFELS. TX CUU.V LCC NMO BV TIU* BONNEMC COUNT, united btatcb DICTNCT COUNT row boot kin*. • wcBTCNN nrrwcTa (NOT BOAM) OC NT,(UCD BV TNC TEXAS BONNO PT HONL BNBCtNUZATlONBl 3 DAYS ONLY THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY! TAKE 60% OFF OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF 14K COLD, STERLING SILVER AND VERMEIL* Just the touch of brilliance* your summer dressing craves! 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: May 29, 1991

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