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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 10, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                254 Serving NEW BRAUNFELS and COMAL COUNTY Home of Alice Schorn Stammtisch Best wishes The New Brauttfels Herald Mtung wishes happy birthday today to Rudy Juarez Tcncil Ruben Storie Dor othy Dec Sergio Randi Sabrina Cindy and Luis Happy birthday Monday to Julie Cockcrham and Shannon Belated birthday wishes to Lin da Rodolfo Lar ry Morales and Chris Edward Happy anniversary on Mon day to John and Lydia and Harold and Charlotte Holiday closings All Comal County and other govcrmcnt offices will be closed Monday for Veterans City of New Braunfcls offices will be There will be regular garbage pickup in the Area banks and the post office will also be and no mail will be The Comal Appraisal District office will also be will be in session for regular class schedules in both the New Braunfcls and Comal Independent School The offices of the Herald Zeitung will be open on FFA Booster Club Canyon High School FFA Boos ter Club will meet 11 at 7 in the Commons This meeting is mandatory for parents of all students going to any of the stock shows in Fort San Antonio or El Festival of Song The New Braunfels Music Study Club is scheduled to rrieet at on 14 in the Seele Parish House The A Festival of will be led by Jo Ann Lem The First United Methodist Junior the Paul Lutheran Childrens the Singing Saints and the Gerhardt family will be The public is Democratic women Texas Democratic Women of Comal County will meet 12 at at Molly Joes Dutchtreat dinner at 7 The speaker will be Ann state president of Texas Democratic New officers also will be Red Cross meeting The Red Cross Volunteer Quar terly Meeting is scheduled for 18 in the classroom of McKenna Memorial Hospital on Garza Block party Canyon Middle School faculty and staff members will sponsor the second in a scries of neighborhood block parties at Thurs 14 at the Hill Country RV Mobile Home The schools campus improvement team is implementing the new idea lo increase communication and understanding between the school and For call Principal Rusly Brockmari at Good Day Todays weather should be per fect for the last day of WursUest In Landa Todays high will reach about 67 and the winds will be out of the southeast at 10 miles per Sunday nights low should dip into tie low 40s and Mondays high will bo in the upper For more weather information see page Inaldt MflC DEAR A New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Editor and Publisher David pets a pie in the face Friday as Herald employees celebrated 100 percent participation in the Comal County United Way ees if pereerjtWthera participated In advertising dlrectof gef crearnea1 6mpldyees Douglas Brandt and United Way officials also were on hand for the Photos by Bill Ervln Three 46 Pages Lake man killed in accident ByMARKWARNKEN City Editor A 23yearold Canyon Lake man died early Saturday morning in a one vehicle rollover on FarmtoMarket 2673 that also injured a 20yearold lakearea Abel listed in Department of Public Safety reports as a Canyon Lake machinist apprentice with a rur al New Braunfcls was pro nounced dead at the scene at by Howard Coma County Pre cinct 4 justice of the The body was transported lo the Travis County Medical Examiners Office for an Chris a Canyon Lake late Saturday was listed in fair condition at McKcnna Memorial Hospital with facial a bro ken wrist and a possible broken The investigated by DPS Trooper Michael occurred at when their 1981 Chev rolet eastbound on FM skidded sideways off the roadway in a lefthand curve and rolled eject ing both Neither wore according lo the DPS Services for Uballe are under the direction of Zocllcr Funeral Police investigate ByMAHKWARNKEN nlgm At 9 15 a white male in his mid30s about 5jfaor 9inches medium to thin sandy brown hair and moustache entered Tiger Tote in the 700 block of Texas said Officer Paul Peterson of the New Braunfcls See 2 A City Council will try again to elect a mayor Split council looks at breaking impasse ByMARKWARNKEN City Editor Members of the New Braunfcls City Council agree thai a mayor will be elected on but most expect that lastminute discussions and decisions will determine exactly who fills the The council is scheduled to again try lo fleet a mayor during a meeting scheduled for Monday at the New Braunfels Municipal Build 424 Caslcll Two weeks the council split with three votes going to Council Member Clinton three going to Council Mem ber Paul Mayor Fro Tern Ramon Chapa voted for Four voles arc needed to elect a council member as who continues to disslre the mayors said he was unsure whether a mayor would be elected on He said no council member has asked for his vole for but knows that a lot of individual meet ings have occurred behind the Im still deciding what Im going lo do with my Chapa its a waitandsee ball game at tins Former Mayor James Ooodbrcad predicted a mayor would be adding that he could only be certain that it wouldnt be He said he has no desire to again seek the but declined to comment on who he Its kind of hard lo secondguess six other but I do predict that we will have a mayor Monday Qoodbread Chapa may be removed ByMARKWARNKEN City Editor New Braunfcls City Council members arc scheduled to discuss replacing Mayor Pro Tern Ramon Chapa during Mondays council Council Members James Goodbrcad and Bill Arnold on Friday said they were among several council members who supported adding the item to Mon day nights Al leasl three council members need to request an issue be placed on the Arnold said he supported the agenda item to review Chapas recent which he called embarrassing to himself and some other council Im not going to suy what Im going lo do until 1 really have a chance lo sil down and lalk with but Im not happy about what hes been Arnold Chapa said the move apparently is the result of several including his Soo Pago 2A Guodbread resigned as mayor on 14 at the same time as former City Manager Paul Grohman in the culmination of a divisive monthlong council Council Member Loraine Kraft on Friday said her position essentially remains the same as two weeks She said she continues to support Brundt for mayor and Chupu as mayor pro I think its so very that we this issue and gel on with the business of the Krafl I wish we could be and 1 dont know this for but undoub tedly theres not going lo be total unification she 1 have 2A A Veterans Day prayer Editors Note The following prayer was wad at the opining f the Heritage which thiy year featured war wo you w blew tbete vetcrani and Owlr wtoi fltad child ren wlio today not only remwnber the pwt tun continue Jo work ff4r the And w ol WftrfeL Ww Veterans Day hold someuilnjj dive lo us who reapwi u thankful and them in u and YOU IMVJ biowtttJ itam with particular wlatti gn4 Iwve pro vlded them with the opportunity to learn more about tolpl even in Umei of ay UMy continue to wrve you with i power of the Holy Spirit qui to iwvo their country wA pattern In wid willing to thwitfelvtn ind their experience with whomever uiey conn YQUT Keep all a mo tilth you have uNn iw touie it U only our trust luQwl tmt will picwrve our great And is wiih reve rem hww that we we migtu continue to coletuuie r wtoji uf de always rentpjw prepares to run for office By STEPHANIE FERGUSON City Editor A longtime community louder mid volunteer filed documents Fiiday at the Comal County Clerks office that puts her one step further in miming for county commissioner of Precinct Kookle Bartxwa said she is tunning for the position currently held by Commissioner Patriclo Pat Hernan who has indicated he will seek Ramon Chapa mayor pro lem of the New Braunicls City Council has said he may run for the position und Cristina Zumora has said she 1 know thai with ull of my educa lion and my work expciiwice 1 can fulfill the duties of coiuity fuoner with the assurance thai 1 will never be an embarrassment u the ico pits ol my my disu Jet 01 the Btirboia said moments idler Kookie Barboza flies papers Friday to declare her campaign Photo by Stephanie Ferguson said some of the major for office health care and issues will while running uniting ihii West   

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