New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 17, 1991

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 17, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 17, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas ■ Ti|7~~iriniilimilHMB0Bl NMi'HWWWII ’I ll WI ll M IU* WMH HIHIIH1 .... uL ^.......    -JiL’&A- JMBSg;A,IM Members of the South Central States Llama Association were New Braunfels during the weekend at the Comal County airgrounde. The association has members represented by exas, New Mexico. Oklahoma. Arkansas and Louisiana, ve, Pat Knecht of Harmony Farms in Woodville gets a smooch from her llama. Hershey. At left, a primped llama aits for competition. (Photos by BUI Ervin) Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung sends birthday wishes today to Crissy Westbrook, Pant Roitsch, Tranuuilino “Lino** Rodriguez, Shana Mendez and Dago Rodriguez. Belated birthday wishes to Wayne Ray Kennedy and David Saldana Jr. Anniversary wishes today to Mario and Cindy Farias. Test results review Canyon High School sophomores and juniors, along with their parents, may schedule a meeting with school counselors to look over the results of Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Tests. The test interpretation meeting will run from 8-8:30 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 18 in Room 31 at the high school. Counselors Jackie Jenkins ami Tom Matschek will be on hand to assist with the meetings. “For those parents who are unable to attend, students may pick up their test results in the counseling office. For more information, contact Jenkins al 625-6251. Cheerleading clinic The Canyon Middle School cheerleaders’ “Christmas Mother’s Day Out” will give local moms a break from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 21 at JAR Gymnastics, 1275 U.S. 81 East. The cheerleaders will teach participants cheers and a dance, and movies, games and lunch will be furnished. A “surprise” guest will visit. The cost is $10 per child. For more -information, call Kathy Barranco at 651-6789 or Vicky Stanley at 629-3850. Middle school dance Comal County middle school students are invited to a drug- and alcohol-free teen dance, sponsored by the Safe City Commission of New Braunfels, from 7-11 p.m. Friday, Dec. 27 at the New Braunfels Civic Center. Admission is $1 per person. The “It’s Hot to Not” dance will feature fre€ soft drinks and $1 pizza slices. Participants will not be allowed to leave until 11 p.m. unless requested by a parent at the door. Swimming pass gifts A season pass to the local swimming pools would be a great gift for someone who likes swimming. The city of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is currently selling gift certificates. Resident passes include admission to the Prince Solms Tube Chute. Prices for resident season swim passes (those living within the corporate city limits) are $15 for children. $30 for adults, $25 for senior citizens and $50 for families. Non-resident passes cost $22.50 for children, $45 for adults. Remember to lake a rain coat today as a front moves in bringing rain and wind. Today s high will be about 60 degrees. Int Rte: CLASSIFIED...............0-10 COMICS •••••••••••••••ta********* CROSSWORD......................I DEAR ABBY........................4 OPINIONS.............................4 RECORDS -..................J SPORTS ...................7-0 Changing of the board Jtkr JeSQL 25 Cents Vol. 140, No. 19 Stammtisch Former Mayor represents city in suit By LARRY ROWE SUR WriUr With one dissenting vote, New Braunfels City Council members voted 4-1 Monday to pay former Mayor Doug Miller to represent them in negotiations over the Edwards Aquifer. Now that the council has approved it, the S55 per hour plus expenses is expected to be split between the city of New Braunfels and New Braunfels Utilities, with possible help from the Comal County Commissioners Court. Regardless of how it is split, the amount will come from citizens’ tax and utility payments. “We are getting to a very critical and very consuming phase of this issue, and therefore it was becoming unfair to my business my partner and my family to continue as we have in the past,” Miller said. He said he has donated more than 2,000 hours over the past four and a half years to these negotiations, in which Comal County wants to ensure that western aquifer users such as San Antonio will not let the Comal and San Marcos springs run dry. Resolution opposes Lafarge By LARRY ROWE Staff Writer The San Marcos City Council unanimously agreed Monday to join local opposition to a cement company’s plan to burn and stoic hazardous waste. “We re making a statement thai we want a clean evirunmem. jmu we are just saying to our community ai large that everyone needs to be careful about it,” Council Member Betty Kissler void. “We’re centering on the cement SM RESOLUTION. Pay* I Chamber's program of work focuses on Hummel Museum Good Day By DAVID BULLENS Editor and Publish* Though largely depicting ongoing programs already in place, the draf t of the 1992 Program of Work of the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce adopted at Monday’s monthly Chamber board meeting does encompass two new Chamber efforts. President Tom Purdum told the board. One of those, he said, focuses on the development of a leadership training program. The other new element focuses on the Chamber’s involvement with and commitment lo the development of the Hununel Museum The new Program of Work will be formally presented at the Annual Chamber Banquet Jan. 24 ai the Civic Center. Tickets for that affair will be available in about a week. The Chamber board, meeting at the Holiday Inn. heard reports on a variety of topics. The meeting was the last over which Chairman Manard Ivy will preside. “I want to thank everyone for a wonderful year.” Ivy said as the meeting drew to a close. “I’ve had a great year. Susan's had a great year, and we all want to thank you all very much.” Ivy expressed special appreciation to the Chamber’s staff and to the volunteers who man the organization's many programs. Reporting on the Hummel Museum. David Lam on told the group that the county and the Hummel organization formally took possession of the building Monday. A number of people who have applied to serve as director of the museum have been interviewed, he said. but none has yet been chosen. Bi’l and Segiinda Smith, he sud. have agreed to serve as project coordinators on an interim basis, and more than S9O.O0O in pledges and money already has been received by the Hummel organization. The next phase of the capital fund drive for the museum will get under way ut January and February and the museum’s opening is planned for May, Lamon said. Sue Hahn, chairman of the Chamber’s Convention and Visitors Bureau Committee, told the board that New Braunfels has been selected as one of five cities in the stale that will host a one-day “Partners in Tourism” workshop co-sponsored by the Texas Department of Commerce’s Tourism Division, The workshop, she said, is set for Jan. 17 Sbb HUMMEL, Page 2 Three women honored By DAVID SULLENS Editor and PkMbIwy Three New Braunfels women — Dons Salge, Florme Yoehle and Lucille Garcia — were honored Monday at the monthly board meeting of the Greater New Braunfels Chamber cl Commerce as recipients of the Chamber’s Hall of Honor Award. Each of the trio will be formally recognized and will receive an award at the orgam/auon’s annual banquet Jan. 24. Additionally, a photograph of each of them will be placed on permanent display in Honors Hall Announcing the selection of the three. Chamber Chairman Manard Ivy commended Sm HONOR. Pag* 2 Food drive nears goal 410 MO 16 SO-VIEST MICROPUBLIoH 2627 E YANDELL DPServing NEW BRAUNFELS and COMAL EL paso, tx 79903 ...... Tuesday December 17, 1991 1 Section, 10 Pages IM CLEARING A LAMPING STRIP FOR SANTA 8 shopping days to Christmas Th# Humn»#l Museum bannut was hung it us new horn# Monday afternoon. The museum win opened in Ute former Fest Federal Savings and loan building ■Mi As the Cheer Fund drive heads into the last week organizers are hoping to reach its goal of $5,OU). As of today $4,528 19 had been raised Daily updates of how much money has been contributed will appear in the Herald until the delivery date, Dec. 21. Latest contributors ate: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Westeivelt • $25 Mr. and Mrs. K L. Givens - $25. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thompson * $30 Cleo and Louise Holubec - $25. David and Charline Johnson -$100 Ralph and Betty Lackner -$25 Mr. and Mrs, Edgar Jones - $25. Mr and Mrs tan Walker $20. Gene and Barbal! Scott $25. Koget and Patsy Vann - $25. Lee and Lucille Mensinger • $25. Anonymous - giocenes. I Humid alai Aline Schoch - $50. Anonymous - $ IOO. Mi alai Mrs. Joe Wort - $25. A J. Bonnie Bilio • $20. ;

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