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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 6, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas IN SPORTS DAY Mirth INSIDE Utters to the Texas Wharehouse Foods 12B Stammlisdi Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeftungl The New Braunfels Herald IZeitung extends the following birthday wishes to Donald fa MarkF Hansbauer Emily Jean VUlanueva 8 Frances Hamilton William Abbot Amacher Dean White Yolanda Mendez Susie Esplnoza Esther Felder Mottle Gay Dorothy Kaasa Kennedy Roy Miller Wan da Murphy Joy Scheel Joanne Alston Helen Harris Jacquetynjaynes Rita McCoubrey Sat Hazel Mullins PatRasor Andrea Roma Lee Volgt Miles Delaney Aage Jensen Satur JamesA Salters Gary Fleming Vivian Koch Happy Anniver sary to Alex Mary Ann Labowsld Historic Landmark Commission meeting V The Cijy of New Braunfels His vtoric Landmark Commission will toeet 6nFeb 10 at aim in the Braunfels Municipal Buildj conference room C i agenda for the meeting are reports tone Landmark Articles and con sideration of press opportunities 4 f be anupdate from the mission statement committee and a review of the Commission ordinance jHummel Museum dinner slated vTbe Hurtinel Museum Volun teer Recognition Dinner will be held tomorrow at at the China Kitchen Spouses are wel come Attendees can order a la carte Mardi Gras party at Knights of Columbus Mardi Gras New Braunfels will be held Saturday Feb 12 at the Knights of Columbus Hall from 8 to midnight AdVance tickets are at flenne Hardware the Chamber of Commerce Centex Office Center China W Things and New Braun fels Jewelry Tickets will be at the door Proceeds benefit GermanAmeri can Society Scholarship Fund Childrens Museum reception today The opening reception and awards ceremony for the Chil drens Museum DreamMakers exhibit will be held Sunday Feb 6 from 2 to 5 pjn at the Far West Gallery The exhibition will run through Feb 27 brtabrttQtvbmittomstoStammtixh rt community a fitting fry UGGHIOOTIE W M f i v r Si1 f 1 1 t New soccertearh fights hard in 00 knbt with See Sports Day Page 12A i right NB freshman Sumrner Scheel New Braunfels 40 Pages In three sections Sunday Feb 6 Serving Coma County for more than 142 years Home of DONALD Hi OFFERMAN Man narrowly escapes fiery apartment blaze p w A Ml v HenUZaitjng photo by JOHN HUSETH bteve Mave pictured of the New Braunfrtt Flra Department enters blazing apartment following fellow flremm Bueh as they worked to control a flre which struck at River Park Apartments 241 Seville Dr at approximately 957 Friday night One resident 60yearold Floyd Young rescued by and was later Hated In critical condition Neighbor ihstramental in helping man escape By MARK LYON and ROSE MARIE EASH HeraldZeitung staff Several neighboring residents assisted in helping 60yearold Floyd Young escape from his second sto ry balcony during a raging fire which struck his apart ment at 241 Seville Dr late Friday night Young was injured in the fire at his River Park Apartments residence Friday evening at suffering multiple burns on numerous places on his body Neighbors said Young was helped from his apartment down a ladder by apartment maintenance manager Richard Frerwell just as flames began taking over However Fretwell was unable to be reached as of press time Young was transported to McKenna Memorial Hos pital and then transferred to Brooke Army Medical A clog said to belong to Young was killed in the fire trdquicldy Battalion chief Wayne Rosseau said that at least it was very hot when we got Robinson toft four apartments suffered significant damage including Rosseau said preliminary indications point to a faulty Rtok waterandsmokedamage fin motor in the apartments heating and air condi said two engines and two ambu good job of getting in there and bringing it under cofr lances responded to the call wya 1 Protecting water qualitYjrequires JL action By ROSE MARIE EASH Staff Writer Protecting water qual ity takes education and explained Grigsby Executive Director of the Texas crowd of approximately 475 and urged them to become involved in local water conservation efforts If you can get people to act you can get them to ask why and theft they begin to educate them he said Grigsby explained some of the TNRCC pro grams mat encouiage vol unteer participation in water quality and quanti ty monitoring throughput the state such as The TexaisiWatch Program in which Texas citizens have been trained and educated on how to spot water quality problems hi their com munities They have spotted problems before our pro fessional monitors nave reported said Grigsby explaining how effective the program has The Texas River encourages state partner ships with cpmmunity groups to help cleanup dver beds and bank areas The Ground Water Protection Program which helps communities mpnjtor ground water identify cause serious trouble Sierra attorney says By ROSE MARIE EASH Staff Writer Stuart Henry attorney for the Sierra Club also spoke at the League of Women Voters Natural Resources Regional Workshop Saturday and he addressed con cerns of particular interest to the citizens of Comal County If it rains were in good said Henry If we expe rience drought were in serious trouble If there is serious taibe death of endangered species in the Comal or San Marcos springs the Sierra Club will be suing and they will be suing the Leaving no doubt that the Sier ra Club wM not abandon the flgbt to pwfcet the Comal and San Mar cos spring flow Henry alio acknowledged that the Edwards Aquifer Authority legislation wai broadly written and subject to 1477 gave the BAA authority to regulate the Edwards Aquifer or to do said tleie are many water lawyers who will be employed for many waterwelliwhichBreconduitsfbrpoUution People dont think about the pollution of ground wtter caiw they wt see 1C Mid dont oodoe it tfiav try Addressing the Uswe of mea Arm spier 8 Gsi The and affairs as well as in local and national rft pmdos throughout the country M well Youve probably and hwd ihji is gel for Saturday the New Braunfel High School Auditorium band on national television ground Forces Baud is we Tto band the musical office 707 and entertain at numerous mflitarv and civilian tvirAtlflnta of the Auitin LWV w Weed sottve ejctra cash JNferaldZeifurig
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