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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 24, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels n 1 I I in February Serving Coma County i i i i 3 Officials contini into arson case probe By GARY CARROLL An investigation into a 6 fire at Rhoads Interiors contin ues after law enforcement offi cials cleared suspect who passed a polygraph officials said The which almost com pletely destroyed the has been deemed arson by fire New Braunfels Fire Marshal John Herber said he questioned one suspect in the but a polygraph test dis counted the subjects involve The New Braunfels Arson Task and the Comal County Sheriff Departments Criminal Investigation Division are par ticipating in the As in all arson probesrHerber Isaid city and county officials ques tioned the facilitys Den nis and Penny Dennis Rhoads said the rebuilding process has its ups and but because of com munity support he said he and his wife Penny are doing just Whats unfortunate about this is that we have to go through r as trying to get ness back on line Rhoads who had been at the 943 North Walnut location for 12 said the business has moved temporarily to the former Waynes Garden Building on Landa Street until the original facility is J The fire did approximately in completely destroying the entire showroom and almost the entire according to Among items lost in the blaze were personal including the only copy of the cou ples wedding which Rhoads said cannot be Patty a friend of the said a reward system has been established to augment efforts by Comal County Crime Stoppers to crack the Crime Stoppers will give away for but we want to raise more money to try and get someone to come for Scheel Donations to the Rhoads Inte riors Arson Reward Fund may be made to Victoria Bank and Trust in New Braunfels or Patty Scheel at 620 Starcrest The bank will accept donation checks made payable to Rhoads Interior Arson Relief Account until March Rhoads said the fund has raised more than which the family will use to reimburse Crime Stoppers or add to the organizations Herber said the reward iriWn tive had not had a bearing on the but hopes ari increase in media exposure will turn up a 1 Jam a Ih addition to the ESAj envi ronmental issues coming before the 103rd Congress include the Water Pollution Control the Safe Drinking Water legis lation forcleaning up toxic waste and the solid wastes need to address the prdfe but I want an oppot fdr all views to be heard f because throughout this year the Endan Act up for tidn later tfes IhSfeoWards gered Species Act will be up for Aquifef situatioh Aay tie a Krueger major influence in whether the W1 JLaken act is amended or offi throughout the This is cials with Senator Bob an important opportunity to Kruegers office said express local Krueger announced that A spokesman for the senator Max chairman said the Edwards Aquifer rep of the Senates Environment and resents a situation significantly Public Works will different than the application of come to the San Antonio and Endangered Species Act in New Braunfels area in April on the Pacific where the a factfinding spotted owl controversy pits The committee1 forum industry against environmen for coricerhi byer drinking solid and haz A solesource aquifer is critical ardous waste and Siiperfimd leg to those it and requires which more time and planning to come up toxic to a satisfactory solution for all Jongtime ally of he in Finn MI oources in caucus Yasning flnm inake sure it is fair and balances community and industrial needs i k he prefers a locaJ Idlution to the conservation of the Edwards Aquifer and hopes state legislators and i Edwards Underground J As someone who waded in the Comal Springs when he was two r years I think draining some f doesnt make TOoeger But I think we have to work towards the gen eral Parks board to urge increase in permit By GARY CARROLL repairs to the road in the pai HmvldZtttung due to ground water erb 1 sion and heavy is rapidly The New Braunfels Parks and The proposed fee Recreation Board voted Tuesday if to recommend to city officials that erate a permit fee charged to river out The advisory board will be fitters using Cypress Bend Park itoring the park during the sum be mer season to determine the flow Board member StefahieP6w of traffic through Cypress Bend ell made a motion to increase the current fee to per If an alternate form of comperP outfitter for a oneyear sation for park usage can be Along with the arrived at on a perperson basisy leach outfitter would be charged the board has the option to per vehicle used to pick up explore the possibilities after the tubers in the figures are obtained this wmiM i The park advisory board is sug The proposed recohimendfitibn gesting the changes in an effort to will appear on the March 8 city raise a target goal of for council In Stammtisch 1418 IV 3 3 8PORT8 ting out of dealing with and making The cost is for Call Girl Scout Cookies The 1903 QirjScputggo Best wishes The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung sends Birthday wishee to Sonja Edgar Henrietta Wendt anJ Dennis Financial Freedom Seminar IncludeB videos by Jim Sammona on get seat Board of as a leader in and in planning ycomplex business projects has given me the needed experience dutie8 and obliEa lons of the position of city coun he will work hard to maintain New Braun fels position as one of the best 14 cities in the will work diligently on plan concerning our water economic maintaining a clean envi 4 rbnmentfor our r r Mary have three Sports The New Braunfels htetorymak with a 6352 loss to Austin WpstlaKe in eiDistrlct playoff The 199293 set a new sghool rooprd for victories For complete game 1 For Home New Brpunfels and Comal County Gail 6259144
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