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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 13, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas                                riOlA 189 8 0 E S T MIC R 011 U B 19 hi I N G 2627 E DR PffSO TX 79903 REPEAT New Braunfels Cross Country team wins 2nd state title Rangers lose close battle with Clemens Smithson Valley holds close but Buffs score late for 2013 bidistrict win See 7 A COUNTDOWN 129 DAYS New Braunfels Sesquicentennial March March Inside Letters to the Sports The Stammtisch Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeitung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to James Culpepper Clarence Scholz Nelrose Kraft Minerva Lara Nena Ramirez Sky lar Koepp Tony Garcia Krista Mai danado Judy McCulloch Beat rice Mishter Bennie Schmidt Merlin Birdsong Eliz abeth Coker Warren Grob Harold Xamm Ruth Marsh Mon Kathleen McPherson Harry Pabst Mon Troy Johnson Kay Doerfler Christ Pillott Leah Williams Richard Ross United Wteu United Way kudos Cheers to the employees1 and corporation of Mission Valley Textiles They have raised for the United Way campaign with an average gift of Special thanks to campaign coordinator Judy Waring A big thank you to the employees of Detex Corporation Under the leadership of Sandy Stonehlll they donated to this years United Way campaign Cheers to the employees of Yellow Freight Systems Inc who under the leadership of Hub Greenlees donated to the 1995 United Way campaign This represents an average gift of 6th Weihnachtsmarkt set for next weekend Weihnachtsmarkt is on its way A preview night is set for Thurs day Nov 17 from 6 to 8 at the New Braunfels Civic Center Weihnachtsmarkt German for Christmas Market is now in its sixth year It is a huge shopping event which will take place from Nov 18 through Nov 20 and is sponsored by the Sophienburg Museum and Archives Admission is and is good for all three days The event is open to the public There will be more than 50 dif ferent booths with exciting dis plays of Christmas items for all to observe or select from Gift ideas food prizes and entertain ment will all be part of the affair Local and out of town businesses will be represented at the event Proceeds go to the Sophien burg Museum and Archives The winning numbers Lotto Texas Est million jackpot LOTTERV This newspaper is printed on recycled New Braunfels HeraldZeitung 2 Pages in four sections Sunday Nov Servina Comal Countv for more than 149 wears nf JAMFfi PHI PFPPPP SUNDAY Serving Comal County for more than 142 years Home of JAMES CULPEPPER Vol 142 No 263 Threecar accident HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Yolanda Luna of New Braunfels Is loaded onto a stretcher shortly after she was Injured In an accident which took place near the Inter section of Hwy 46 and OakRun at Friday The accident Involved three cars all headed west on Hwy 46 No serious Injuries were reported Luna was treated and released from McKenna Memorial Hospital City council to tackle water negotiator issue Roofs make up big part of NBISD bond package By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer Voters in the New Braunfels Inde pendent School District are currently considering the fate of a SI 5 million bond proposal to be decided Dec 10 Several items are listed in the pro posal including a million ele mentary and additions to other cam puses A large part of the bond package however deals with roofs or rather replacing them Work at four cam puses is estimated to cost nearly S3 million The district wishes to install gabled or angled roofs instead of the current flat roofs which hold too much water and must be repaired too often said Assistant Superintendent Lonnie Cur tis Metal roofs have a longer life he said We would have to replace a flat roof four or five times to every metal expectancy is 50 to 65 years for metal Part of that depends on how well you maintain Curtis said a large factor in the bid ding process should the bond pass would be to see who could provide the longest warranty for the installed metal roofs He said 1020 years was about average Metal roofs last longer but cost more Officials say it is better to pay now than continually repair roofs such as some they repairing after 13 years Foresight is better than hindsight We decided we better not do this said Curtis The district will have to fix and pay for the roofs at some point he said adding that Seele and Lone Star had the worst leakage problems There are also proposals for million roof projects at both New Braunfels Middle School and New Braunfels High School built in the 1950s and 1960s respectively The NBISD has already begun drawing plans for repairs to the high school roof which Curtis said must be done whether the bond passes or not He said officials are planning to install metal roofs similar to those part of the bond package Metal roofs already exist at portions of the Lone Star and Carl Schurz cam puses and are included at the Memor ial campuses Unemployment rate unchanged By TECLO Staff Writer The Texas Employment Commis sion announced that Comal Countys unemployment rate remained virtual ly unchanged from August to Sep tember as the states rate dropped two tenths of a percentage point The countys unemployment rate By TECLO J GARCIA Staff Writer The New Braunfels City Council will discuss and consider on Monday entering into an interlocal agreement with New Braunfels Utilities to employ Doug Miller as the Citys water nego tiator The controver sial subject was resurrected three weeks ago at the councils last meeting when Councilwoman Jan Kennady inserted the item on the meetings agenda Mayor Doug Miller Paul Fraser has spoken against Miller being installed as the Citys water negotiator He said Miller was not qualified to deal with the complex water issues because Miller sells Millers contract as the negotiator ran out earlier this year and it was not renewed bythc city Miller currently serves as NBU and Cornal County negotiator Also at its regularmeeting the coun cil will consider funding a San Antonio College survey at the request of the Off Campus Higher Education Steer ing Committee The study will help SAC find out how the college can best serve the New Braunfels area It will determine what classes it will offer after the spring semester SAC offi cials plan to ask the council for The study will cost more than that however SAC will pay the remainder of the balance The council will also deliberate des ignating the Dittlinger Memorial Advi sory Board to investigate and evaluate potential sites for a new library The board told the council last week the library must have more space in order to serve the communitys needs Two of the most talked cation sites for the library include the old Plaza Bank building and the building the grocery chain will vacate next week An spokeswoman told the HeraldZeitung last week it would consider lowering the price of the building should the city want it for a library The square foot building has not been sold although has had several inquiries about it the spokeswoman said did not reveal the price of the building The meeting begins at on Monday at the Municipal Build ing HEB planning big celebration JL for superstores grand opening By TECLO J GARCIA Staff Writer Strike up the bands start making the pizzas and open the doors that will stay open for good An all night Italian Jazz club in New Braunfels No Its the grand opening celebration conjured up by the marketing whizzes at to kick off the grocery chains new 24hour superstore in New Braun fels Opening day will be celebrated with a parade from what will be the old store on San Antonio St to the new location on Walnut near 135 on Fri day Cartoon characters prize giveaways and the baking of pizzas in the new stores pizzeria will mark the square foot stores inaugural day Spokesman Mike De La Garza said the parade will be symbol ic Its to show the continuity between the old store and the new he said It is a good opportunity to show the While the store is not the largest in chain the most obvious dif ference from the old store is the space allowed each customer Isles are wide and the entrance and exit are a marked improvement over the strange in and out ways at the old store Many New Braunfels residents avoid for the simple fact that it is too crowed Store officials realized that and came up with a whole new concept It the store becomes a meeting place and an opportunity to run into folks from every part of town and it will be more so with the larger said De La Garza The stores colors coupled with its customer friendly departments give it homier feel even though the store is large Connie Jones store manager said With all the other stores we have we have taken from them and really this is the best store we Jones said The store will have 13 departments including a bakery a Chinese kitchen seafood a customer service center and a fully staffed pharmacy which will be open 9 a m to 9 MondaySatur day and 10 on Sunday The store will have 19 checkout stands The store will also have a gas station on the north side of its parking lot This is a new venture we are going said Unit Director Ray Parker The whole thing is that we are not here to run every independent out of business we just want to be a one stop shop for our deli will open at 6 beginning the day after the grand open ing for breakfast The Walnut location will soon be a crowded one as Target moves in and Walmart expands However De La said the 135 Walnut area was a good one for the new store Parker said the store would stand out from the rest 1 think it is good it will enhance our business We all have our nich he said But is good at selling groceries and our technology and expertise in this area gives us the The store will employ close to 350 employees 150 more than it currently has on the pay rolls point from percent to percent There was a total of unemployed in Comal County for the month of September increasing by 39 over last month Twelve month ago the jobless rate stood at percent what analysts considered good at that time Richard Bluhm said office manager of the New Braunfels employment commjs sipn office Veterans1 Day ceremonies Canyon High Schools Student Council hosted a special Veterans Day ceremony Friday at the Cougar Den Guest speaker at the event was Lt Blair Stevens pf Randolph Air Force Base Lt Stevens a eran of the Vietnam War spoke to the studentsjon the Importance of remembering veterans on this special d HeraktZeJfciig photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Dont miss the last day of the 34th Annual Wurstfest Celebration today   

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