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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 23, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas New Brau nfels If 155 Serving NEW BRAUNFELS and v of EL Reid Sunday June 1991 75 Cents Three 46 Pages Stammtisch Beat wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeltung wishes happy birthday today to Lydia Ann Alice Candicc Rose Marie Ryan Jessica Steven Cindy Cantu Mary Alice Bernice Ed Kearns and Owcnda Happy birthday Monday to Gary Donnie Lucille Esperanza Cam pos and Cookie Belated birthday greetings to Bob Amy Kenny Mclanic Matt Erica Marie Resales and Brian Happy anniversary today to Pat and Hortcnsia Mil burn and Doloris David and Christina Camareno and Chilo and Stella Know of a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Applications taken The city of New Braunfcls Hous ing Authority has reopened taking applications for rental For more information call Parks workshop The New Braunfels Parks Recreation Department is cospon soring a Project Learning Tree workshop to adult youth leaders and The workshop is slated for June 29 at the Landa Park Recreation Center from 9 Fee is For more information call Childrens workshop The Magical Child Creative sponsored by the Childrens Museum will from 9 to 4 Monday at Buck Pottery in Kids of all ages will create clay Fee is per person for museum mem For more information call Vaccines aval able Comal County Health Depart ment has received 50 doses of Pncumovac vaccine from the Tex as Department of Health for use in high risk This vaccine will be available for individuals age 65 or older who have never received the June from 14 has been set for administering the vaccine at the Health Department in the Comal County Courthouse on a first firstserved The fee is For more information call Garage sale Clear out the closets and bring those items to the old Krucgcr 472 San Antonio for the next five Saturdays for the Senior Citizens garage sale for July toys are just a few of the items to be gathered and sold to benefit the Comal County Senior Citizens Piano repair The piano in the Civic Center is in need of Because the necessary funds have not been budgeted by the a citizens committee has been formed to raise the needed Members include Hclgard Barren Jan Kcnnady and Jo Anna Goal in Those making donations should write checks payable to the city of 2A Good Day After an overnight low in the low to temperatures today could reach the upper 90s as sunny and hot conditions Only a slight chance of isolated thunder showers is For more weather please sec Page BUSINESS 91 1 A CLASSIFIED 714B COMICS 1 01 6C CROSSWORD 3A DEAR ABBY BA ENTERTAINMENT SB HOROSCOPE 6B KALEIDOSCOPE 17B OPINIONS 4A SPORTS 1216A TV LISTINGS 19C WEATHER 2A POLICE ROUNDUP Man dies after dive from cliff Rescue personnel carry the body of a identified as that of Terry Scott of away from the Guadalupe River at Preiss Heights Ake reportedly cdied after diving from the cliffs above the Photo by Robert Stewart By ROBERT STEW ART Staff Writw An Arlington man died Saturday afternoon after diving from the Preiss Heights Cliffs into the Guadalupe Terry Scott was pro nounced dead at the scene by Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Harold Kruc He said the estimated time of death was Deputy Tim Kolbe of the Comal County Sheriffs Office said Ake was with a church group of about 40 Witnesses report that the man was jumping into the river from the cliffs in the Witnesses said that after doing a the man hit the surface of the water at a bad Kolbe They said he swam to the side and indicated he was OK but then slipped back he Kolbe added that initial rescue attempts were hampered by other people jumping off the cliff in the vicinity of the rescue operated by personnel of the New Braunfels Fire Department swift water rescue Divers were called in and recov ered the body just before Stormy weather Thunderstorms ripped through the New Braunfels and Canyon Lake area late Saturday bringing high lightning and The National Weather Service in San Antonio reported hail was spotted at Canyon Lake and to the north in Local utility companies reported SM 2A Drug sweep nets four suspects The fund drive the new Sen iors Center of Comal County now stands at SENIOR SIZZLE Drive adds Since has been added to the fund drive for the new Seniors Center of Comal bringing the total to Individual Cornerstone Donors Peggy Ken neth and Betty Business Foundation Donor up to Kiwanis Club of New Individual Foundation Donors and Paul Lorraine and Bill Avis Frank Mildred and Jere Pat Dial Gerald and Rosalie and Doyle Rox olin and Jack Mozcllc Elsa and Raymond Wilma and Leaneal Peterson and and Raymond Rose Memorials For House by Mary Rosalea and Sonny House for Faruiie Qheim by Dorothy Materials and services Barron Individual Cornerstone Donor Correction Should have read Pete and Frances Business Dedication Donor to Correction Doeppenschmldi funeral Home should have been in this By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer Four men were arrested Saturday as officers of the Alamo Area Narco tics Task Force in cooperation with the Comal County Sheriffs Depart ment conducted an undercover drug surveillance at a Guadalupe River Three of the outoftown men were arrested and charged with possession of a controlled under two according to offi Ail three were released from the Comal County Jail after posting The other man was arrested and charged with possession of a controlled psilocybin under 28 accord ing to His bond had not been set as of press Possession of psilocybin mush rooms is a second degree officials Spotters were placed at several locations along the river and other officers were in boats on the officials We had real good luck with a similar operation last said Comal County Sheriff Jack who serves as project director of the task The Water Oriented Recreation District WORD cooperated with the task force in helping arrange access to the patrolled Bremer A similar operation last week net ted four felony arrests and one misde meanor Drugs confiscated in cluded marijuana and psilocybin This all came together because weve been receiving a lot of infor mation about heavy narcotics use on the said Sumner task force We will continue to have undercover officers stationed at various points along the Undercover officers of the Ala mo Area Narcotics Task keep a watchful eye on tubers in the Guadalupe River The drug sweep netted several One man officials said allegedly was carrying a small amount of marijuana is taken into cus at a riverside camp Photos by Robert Stewart TWC to debate SAFE dismissal petition By STEPHANIE FERGUSON City idllgr The Texas Water Commission will consider Monday a petition filed by Securing u Future Environment to dismiss the permit application filed by Systech Enviroiuutmial to store hazardous waste near New Directors of SAFE filed a formal motion with the Texas Water Com mission and the Texas Air Control Board recently requesting that per mits to store wui burn hazardous waste at the Balcones Cement owned by the Lafarge be denied based on a land Sys tech is Lafarges We havent got them but weve got them in a bud siiua said SAFE President David Wallace The Water Commission is the first suite agency to consider the motion based on a land survey commissioned by SAFE in which County Surveyor Woody Cash performed u survey of the urea around the Balcones Cement Plant located on Wald hi that survey he found three homes that were located within of the And under Senate Bill passed during the past session of ihe Texas no plum will be allowed to store or burn hazardous waste if it is located with of a day care dedicated park or surface wa ter body for Both the Water Commission mid Air Control have 120 days to pass rules complying with that The city of New Braunfels last week also commissioned its own hind survey by hiring Craig Hollmig and filed a motion will the state Based on opinions of attorneys we tell we would be on stronger ground having our own said City Manager Paul 1 hope that they dismiss the appli cation certainly thats what we asked for in the said Philip an attorney for the I really have no idea how they will but certainly thats what our hope TWC Commission spokesperson 2A
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