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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 27, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                America falls back to Standard Time See Below Sunday October 1691 244 Serving NEW BRAUNFELS and COMAL COUNTY Home tritUIIO of George Fischer 4br Four 56 Pages Stammtisch Best wishes The New Braurtfels Herald Zeitung wishes happy birthday today to Gus Fcltncr Jesse Margie Lucy David Guerrero and Jimmy Wishes for a happy birthday Monday to Ray Aman da Stephanie Elroy John Lucy Julia Laura Martinez and Kristi Belated birthday wishes to Lau ra Paula Molina and Belinda Belated anniversary wishes to Marvin and Mildred Know of a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Gift market Johns Episcopal located at Guenthcr and Lee will continue its Alterna tive Gift Market today from noon to Life giving gifts arc purchased and sent through nonprofit agen cies to people in need in this and other Persons participat ing will receive a personally inscribed gift card to give to the gift Fall Festival Peter and Paul Catholic School Annual Fall Festival con tinues today at 386 Castell Live entertainment will be pro vided throughout the An auc tion is slated for Safe Night Take the chills and gore out of Halloween and put in fun and thrills galore at Safe sponsored by the New Braunfels SchoolStiiderit Council Safe Night is slated for 31 from 68 NBHS clubs will line the halls with booths of fun and games and the Theater N Talent Club will host its 5thAnnu al Haunted The house opens at and closes at 8 Admission is Buddy Popples The American Legion and Ladies Auxiliary will be selling Buddy Poppies in New Braunfels on Money from of the sale will go to help the veterans and their families in time of The poppies sold in New Braunfels were made by veterans in the Temple VA Haunted house The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is co sponsoring a haunted house with the Canyon High School Thespian Society at the Landa Park Bath Visitors are welcome to tour the house for per person through Children under 6 enter House hours are from dusk to 9 Open late Hallo ween For more information Welhnachtsmarkt Weihnachtsmarkt are working with downtown mer chants to supply discounted tickets to the annual market slated this year for To find the discounted tickets look for the signs at participating Choir boosters New Braunfels High School Choir Boosters will meet 4 at 2A Good Day Expect partly cloudy conditions today with a 20 percent chance of The high temperature will be about 85 Fridays high was 91 and the overnight low was BUSINESS CLASSIFIED 81 2B COMICS UfA CROSSWORD 3A DEAR ABBY EDUCATION 4B ENTERTAINMENT SB HOROSCOPE 1 2A KALEIDOSCOPE 15B OPINIONS 4A RECORDS 5A SPORTS 1316A TV LISTINGS 116C Drug arrests made By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer Two Central Texas men remain in the Comal County Jail today in lieu of a bond each following their arrest on first degree felony drug Aubrey Ray Farris of Killeen and Bradley Cornelius of Copperas Cove were arrested by officers from the Alamo Area Narco tics Task the Comal County Sheriffs Department and the New Braunfels Police Both men have been charged with delivery of a controlled Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace Doc Blanchard set each At the lime of the arrest Thursday officers seized dosages or hits of the cash and a 1976 Chevrolet pickup truck at the arrest a convenience store at Loop 337 and River During a followup investigation officers from Comal and Coryell counties executed a search warrant at Rogans residence in Cop peras Cove and turned up a small amount of marijuana and other evi dence that there had been drug activi ty in the Bremer Following the roommates of Rogans called the Coryell County Sheriffs Department and reported that they had removed drugs and money from the residence at Rogans request and that they wanted to turn it overtoi Bremer They turned over to Sheriff Gerald hits of LSD and in Brcmcr Thats great when you can go from county to county like that and just keep carrying it LSD is a hallucinogenic ding that creates psychotic trip episodes and The LSD was in paper blot ter form where drops of the drug were dripped onto perforated squares of paper which are separated and taken Street value of the drug is up to 10 per hit if sold he Investigation continues into the Bremer In the pumpkin patch Carving contest Pumpkins of all shaped and faces made an appearance at the Carved Pumpkin sponsored MJKjP lirofsHokfifi and Jan Kennady won top At Jordan Thomas gets his face painted with something Photos by Annelies Schlickenrieder Council may consider electing mayor ByMARKWARNKEN Staff Writer The New Braunfels City Council is scheduled to consider election of a new mayor if election of a mayor pro tem during meeting The mayors office became vacant after James Goodbreads recent resig Goodbread will continue to serve as a council Tuesdays meeting was delayed one day from its usual fourth Monday slot because of an expected lack of a The regular meeting will SeePage2A for irlfornridtidn on enferp start at in the meeting room of the Municipal 424 Castell A workshop to discuss a proposal to establish an enterprise zone in New Braunfels will precede the regular meeting at Council members also will consid er authorizing reimbursement to council members of legal expenses resulting from the recent turmoil at City Hall that also resulted in the res ignation of City Manager Paul The council also will Consider appointing a member to the Landa Park Golf Advisory Board for an unexpired term ending June Consider approving the first read ing of an ordinance nominating an area as an enterprise Consider awarding bids for the purchase of patrol cars for the New Braunfels Police Meet in executive session con cerning pending The city is involved in legal action against the Lafarge Corporation and its plan to bum hazardous waste near the the city has intervened on the side of the Sierra Club hi a lawsuit against the Department of the Interior to protect the Comal Springs and the Edwards Homecoming royalty Shannon daughter of Wayne and Ginger was named the 1991 Homecoming Queen for New Braunfels High School Her escort is Pete son of Pete and Mary TML supports SB 1099 ByMARKWARNKEN Staff Writer The Texas Municipal League Resolutions Committee during its annual convention in Fort Worth last week overwhelmingly approved a resolution proposed by the city of New Braunfels that supports state Senate Bill which mandates new hazardous waste New Braunfels City Council Mem ber Paul Fraser presented the resolu tion for which he said was approved by all but a handful of the 200 or so cities represented on the I feel very These peo ple see hazardous waste as a thing that you have to be very wary Theres not a lot of big selling you have to do on this Fraser The object of the resolution is to have TML send letters in support of the new law to the Texas Water Commission and the Texas Air Control While TML resolutions normally involve pending legislation instead of laws already in such as SB the TML executive director requested that Fraser send a sample of I feel very These people see hazard ous waste as a thing that you have to be very wary Paul Fraser the letter he Fraser The city of New Braunfels adopted a resolution in August supporting the bill because it may prevent Implemen tation of a plan by the Lafarge Corpo ration to store and bum hazardous waste in the cementmaking process at its Balcones Cement Plant near New SB 1099 includes a provision that prohibits issuance of state permits to commercial hazardous waste facilities located within a halfmile of an estab lished day care park or body of surface water used for public A citycommissioned survey indi cates three residences fall within a halfmile radius of the cement kiln County receives cementfrom Lafarge ByMARKWARNKEN StaH Writer Comal jCounty Commissioners Courts acceptance of an offer of free cement from the Lafarge Cor poration has no impact on the countys continued opposition to the companys plans to burn hazardous industrial waste according to County Judge Carter Lafarge plans to donate bagged fivepound samples saved from each cement production Pre cinct 2 Commissioner Neil Craig mile said during a meeting last In the long this will be costeffective for he Under the terms of the agree SM 2A It9 s standard time again Did you let your dock back last night America falls talc to standard time good news that tow of sleep the change made raws Itll be to rooming   

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