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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 24, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                75 Cents November 1991 EL TX 7 9903 3 Serving NEW BRAUNFEL3 and COMAL COUNTY Home of Amy Stewart Four Paget Stammtlsch Best wishes The New Braunfels Zcitung wishes happy birthday today to John Paul Teo Gregory Darren James Staitz Kalhi Kris Kim Wingate and Wilma Birthday wishes on Monday to Glcnna Joshua Sandi David Slimpin Belated birthday wishes to Raven Danielle Briana Npla Hilda Her Vidal Barboza and Ruben Leal Anniversary wishes today to Ira and Adeline Anniversary wishes Monday to Joe and Sharon McClughan and Carl and Shirly Belated anniversary wishes to Roma and Guswin Annual CROP Walk The fifth annual 10K CROP Walk for Hunger in New Braunfels today will benefit the local food bank and other hungeraction programs The spearheaded by local churches and high school and middle school student is the SOS Food Pantrys largest fUndraiscr of the More than 300 walkers raised through the effort last Registration begins at at New Braunfels Presbyterian 373 Howard Texas Railroad Commissioner Bob Krue ger will lead the opening Donate a Brick month November is Donate a Brick Month as proclaimed by the city of New The Memorial Com mittee is working to raise money to build ambnument in Landa Park to honor the Citizens of New Braunfels can help out by purchasing a brick and having that brick engraved with the name of a veteran they wish to The bricks will be placed around For more call a local veterans University Women The New Braunfels Branch of the American Association of Uni versity Women will meet at 7 Monday at the Victoria Bank and Trust North 1000 Walnut Penelope Main Street Project will be the guest Christmas lights The Downtown Association is again sponsoring the Tree Lighting on the Plaza and the arrival of San ta on The program begins at 6 with Lone Star Elementary singers on the band followed by Hospice New Braunfels tree light ing at Santa will then arrive on a fire led by the Canyon Middle School band and Cub Scout Troop 163 and accompanied by Sparky the Fire dog and EMS Ready Various activities will be held around the while the child ren wait to talk with includ ing a performance of How the Grinch Stole Christmas by Tobys School of Dance and music by the Community Photos with Santa will be and refreshments will be Good Day Expect clear skies and cool win dy conditions today as the high temperatures rises to about 62 For more weather infor mation see page Inside DEAR IlOO Second golf course to be considered By LARRY ROWE Staff Writer The New Braunfels City Council will decide Monday whether to accept a feasibility study for a proposed multimillion dollar golf course and hotel center in New The conducted by Club Mark estimates an expenditure of million to million for an 18holc championship golf course and more than million for a 200room City council members will consider a resolution accepting the market and economic feasibility study during its regular meeting Funding has not yet been April city of New Braunfels special projects said city staff members arc in the ear ly stages of looking for revenue sour ces for the second golf course and a new The city currently owns and oper ates Landa Park Golf At the meeting Club Mark representatives will present the which recommends the second golf course be located on ranch The property is adja cent to the intersection of Texas 46 and Loop The study states the property was selected because it is more beneficial to both the proposed project and to the economic impact to the City of New Braunfels because it lies next to the commercial section of the and within 20 miles of Canyon The study indicates that the draw back to this site is the absence of See Page 2A The agony of defeat The Marshall Ram defensive front relentlessly pressured New Braun tory Saturday nipht at Alamo With th6 the Unicpfrisfin fels quarterback Michael Sierra on the way to a 31 0 area playoff Jshed th6 season See story page Photo by ErikKarlsson V Mayor interested in bringing seniors together By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer The new Senior Citizens Goiter in New Braunfcls is getting some atten tion from its neighbors as the mayor of Seguin paid a visit Friday to get some I made it over because Ive heard so much about the new said Mayor Ed We do not have one in We have a small place a nutritional center where we serve hot Mayor Gotthardt toured the new facility at 655 Landa Friday after Bob project coordi showed a slide show that explained how the project came Set the believe you can achieve work to achieve it and above all think said who was one of the lead ers in getting the new facility The old facility is located at 142 Carn al He added that to get the city and county government to help support the seniors he told them They seniors are the people paying for the theyre the big taxpayers its about time you do something for these Dingeldein also told Gotthardt that the theme of the project has been An investment long We figure 60 percent of the popu lation in New Braunfcls is with the population being around he Gotthardt added that the senior citi zens in the Seguin community arc fractured because they dont have a central facility or A group goes here and a group goes there and they dont come together as a Gotthardt If they come together as a they could just do so much Dingeldein and Gene director of the Senior Citizens took the mayor on a tour of the show Seguin Mayor Ed Gotthardt and Bob project coordinator tour the New Braunfels Photo by Robert Stewart ing him the nutrition aerobic ceramic and crafts cen woodworking shop and the pool and Jacuzzi The group also visited the Senior Citizens Center Thrift located behind the main Weve taken in from the thrift shop in a years Dingel dein It has really saved us when the bills come around we dip into that fund over I just cant begin to tell you how proud we arc of the thrift Theyre making an average of a Accompanying the group on the tour was Al Flach of Seguin and Jim Mashburn and Don Kuchn of New My interest is in trying to do something like this in Gotth ardt It just complements the It is a place for senior citizens to go and meet their friends and enjoy You just need a place like this in a Helping the hungry Enchiladas on the holiday menu ByMARKWARNKEN City Editor Adobe Cafe will mobilize its entire workforce to serve an expected free meals to the needy during the sec ond annual Hot Meals for the Holi days at the Civic Center from 58 Tuesday and the restaurant will be open The which opened almost four years is preparing to feed those who otherwise wouldnt get a hot meal on the said Lei restaurant general Entertainment also will be This is just to let people know tliat were trying to help and were trying to support them like theyve supported us for the lost three or four giving us the chance to be as successful as weve Gonzalez Giving back to the community is what its all The menu includes rice and beans and instead of more traditional holiday because the restaurant is geared to serve Mexi can Gonzalez The meals are intended particularly for families in financial hardship and senior citi ho The food will be cooked at the restaurant and transported to the Civic Center in a complicated logistic also involving Chamber of Commerce and city of New Braunfels Despite serving the many free the restaurant will be open that Gonzalez Many of the restaurants suppliers have donated products toward the but Adobe likely will spend about on food and employee restaurant coowner David Harri son Sponsors include Coca Radio Kraft Food Cisco Farmer Granada Meat Packing and Chapa Last about people took advantage of the free About 40 employees of the new Adobe Cafe in open just more than a also will serve free holi day meals in that Gonzalez Cheer Fund food drive continues The New Braunfels Herald Zeitungi Cheer Fund drive now has raised The goal of the drive is to raise money to provide Christmas dinners to local residents who are less Daily updates of how much money has been contributed will appear In the Herald until the delivery Latest contributors are Eugene and Joanne Dorothy and Frlodrlch Archie and Nancy City receives analysis 4 By ROBERT STEWART Stiff Writer A analysis of the chemical spill that occurred at a motor company last August has been received by the city of Now And there are no real surprises as to what was originally thought to be contained in the overturned said Joe inspector for the Right now theyre just waiting for an EPA Enviroroncntal Pro tection Agency identification number before It contaminated soil can be moved to a hazardous waste storage Lara It storage is an expensive contaminated land is cur rently stored in a sealed off dumpster located toward the back of the lot at the Bluebonnet makeready lot In the 700 block of At time of the land wai spread on the fluid by city workers to abort it before it wuld flow Into norm drainage IB the ipillea chcmlcali ran Into the street after the will occurred at th9 Kite dWuMihlp at 313 Seguin lull turned oin to be tor cleaner bm they wore il above the detection Thai would IndJci quantity of ihe   

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