New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 20, 1994

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 20, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 20, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas 410    MOI 6 10/22/9? 3 0 - W E S T MIC R 0 P U B 1.1S HIN B 2627 L YANDELL DR EL.. PASO h TX 79903*Honor rolls for Comal, New Braunfels, Marion, Sts. Peter & Paul, NBCA in today's edition, See GA. 7A atm i A j- 11 rn ill* Special section in today’s edition gives up close look at area's industrial tenants id cendrates move Into new supencenten Parade, ribbon cutting usher in new era for. popular grocery store - See Page 1B I COUNTDOWN! 122 DAYS New Braunfels Sesquicentennial March 21, 1845 March 21, 1995 Inside Obituaries.....................................2A Weather........................................JJA Opinion.........................................4A Letters to the editor......................SA Sports Day..............................6A-9A People..........................................1B Milestones..............................3B-4B Dear Abby..................................12B The Marketplace..................4D-12D Stanimtisch Birthday wishes from the Herald-Zeftung! The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to; Timothy Brlnkkoeter, Oscar Schneider, Sr. (Monday), D.C. Meckel (Monday), John Price (Saturday), Corinna Comer, Amanda Lynn Hernandez (Saturday), Michael Siebert (belated), Eunice Anderson (Saturday), William Higgins (Saturday), Ferne Rooker (Saturday), Ellen Stover (Saturday), Janice Vanes (Saturday), Kenneth Young (Saturday), David Young (Saturday), Gordon Chalmers, Mary Cole, Anton Tewes, Joanne Tschoepe, Barbara Beaman (Monday), LuSeale Boykin (Monday), Andric Hada, Dorothy Ebert (Monday), Joyce Henderson (Monday), Rosita Hyland (Monday), Lee Simpson (Monday), Steve VanderVon*? (Saturday), Kenneth F. Young (Saturday) Gordon W. Chalmers, Frank PfeufTer, Randy Wilkinson, Cora Lam-brecht (Monday), Arlyne Braune (Saturday), Jeanette Willard (Saturday), Robert Parchman, Audrey Barber (Monday), Sylvia Sanchez (Mon day), Katey Lsey. United Way kudos A big thank you to the employees of the city of Now Braunfels for the $1,316 they have donated to the 1995 United Way campaign. This represents a 122% increase over last year's fund-raising efforts Unman wan 6th Woihnachtsmarkt continues today Weihnachtsmarkt, a commercial Christmas market, enter its last day unlay at the New Braunfels Civic Center. Admission is S3 and is good for all three days. The event is open to the public. There will be more than SO dif ferent booths with exciting displays of Christmas items for all to observe or select from Proceeds go to the Sophien-burg Museum and Archives. Gruane Market Days enters last day Grucne Martlet Days, a collection of arts, crafts and food booths at the Gruene Historical District, continues through today. Tho winning numbers Lottery This newspaper is printed on recycled newsprint $ New Braunfels Herald -Zeitung 42 Pages in four sections a Sunday, Nov.. 20, 1994    Servina    Comal    Countv    for    more    than    149    va    a    re    ■    Noma    of    CORINNA    COMER SUNDAY $1jOO Serving Comal County for more than 142 years B Home of CORINNA COMER I Vol. 142, No. 268 Police kept busy over weekend An accident Involving four tree-tor-trallor rigs took place Friday afternoon on 1-35 near tho York Creek Rd. exit Three of the trucke collided In e narrow Motion of the interstate. The driver of the fourth rig tried to avoid the accident abd struck the retaining wall. Traffic along the Interstate was virtually stopped for more than an hour. (Right photo) A tractor-trallor rig reported stolen in Dallas was discovered by New Braunfels Police officers Friday. The vehicle was discovered without the traitor, which Ie still missing. NBPD officer D. Rutledge talks with a suspect arrested in connection with the case. bhraki-Zoitung photos by MICHAEL DARNALL Water panel set to meet here Monday Incedental Take Permit Panel to hear presentations from local reps By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer Local residents with an interest in water issues might not want to miss Tuesday’s meeting of the Incidental Take Permit Panel at the Holiday Inn, 10 a.m. The panel was called by a federally-appointed water monitor, Joe G. Moore, Jr. in conjunction with the suit filed by the Sierra Club several years ago to protect endangered species in Comal and San Marcos Springs. The panel includes Moore and other representatives of regional water-related entities, including New Braunfels Utilities General Manager Paula DiFonzo. The panel has met over the past few months a various locations throughout the region to discuss issues relating to the Edwards Aquifer and how to meet future water needs. The New Braunfels meeting will include presentations by several local representatives of various water-related entities. Opening remarks will be followed by words from Mayor Paul Fraser and E.C. Momhinweg, president of the board at NBU. Next will follow a report on the status of surface water supply for the city of New Braunfels from DiFonzo. Doug Miller, water advisor for Comal County and NBU, will then talk about ground and surface water in Comal County. Carl Englerth of the U.S. Soil and Conservation Service will report on the contribution to the Edwards Aquifer recharge from flood control dams. Finally, Gary Henry, president of Waler Park Management and owner of SchHtterbahn, will speak about the surface water use and filtration at Schlit-terbahn. Public participation from Comal County residents will also be allowed. The panel is scheduled to meet through Dec. 16 and could possibly extend a deadline set by U S. District; Judge Lucius Bunton, the federal judge; presiding over the case. Judge Bunton ruled in favor of the Sierra Club in the original suit in which the city of New Braunfels was an intervener. Local resident to be honored by German president Tuesday By TECLO J. GARCIA Staff Waiter It’s an normally honor for someone in a club or organization to get an award from its president. New Braunfels resident Helgard Suhr will be honored for her service by a president—the president of Germany Suhr will be presented the Bundesverdien-stkreuz award For those who do not read German, in its closest translation, that means she receives The Cross of the Order of Merit. It will be presented to Suhr here in New Braunfels Tuesday night by German General Counsel Dr. Klaus Aurisch from the German Consulate in Houston. “He called me and said ‘I have some good news for you,’ and I thought, ‘what does he want Helgard Suhr resident. this time,’” she said laughing. “It was beyond my wildest dreams. I have won the chamber’s highest awards and have been honored by the city, but never something like this.” The honor bestowed on Suhr came form German President Roman Heraog for services performed for the country while an American Some of the things Suhr has done in the last several years that has caught the attention of German officials include raising $3,000 for the German Red Cross in 1989 when the Berlin Wall fell. The money went to benefit needy East Germans. Suhr also chaired a concert for the Cur Koelnis-ches Symphony Orchestra from Cologne, Germany, and also assisted Germans living in Texas vote in German elections. Germans living abroad can vote in home elections. Locally she has been a boost to several organizations including serving as translator for the Sophienbuig Museum and Archives for the last 30 years, and holding the post of vice president of the German Texan Society. “I just love New Braunfels and appreciate everything I have had here and wanted to give something back to the community,” said Suhr. ”1 put all my energy in community service. I don't play tennis or golf or anything like that. Some people like to sit and watch TV, but to each his own. Suhr said the community service drives her. “I have three children and once they grew up and I had to put my energy somewhere else,” she said. One group in New Braunfels that is more than happy to have Suhr around to host German groups and translate is the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce. “Helgard is a strong chamber volunteer,” said Jim Scheele. “She is the type that follows things through and makes sure that things get done. She is a definite asset to the chamber membership.” Surh said that many people volunteer and work hard in the community, however, she has just been lucky enough to be recognized. League of Women Voters to host school finance forum Monday From staff reports The :League of Women Voters will host a school finance forum Monday evening at 7 p.m. at the New Braunfels Independent School District Administration Building, 430 W. Mill St. in New Braunfels. The forum will provide an opportunity for NBISD patrons to clarify any questions they may have concerning the NBISD bond election. Superintendent Charles Bradbeny and Financial Director Lonnie Curtis will present an overview of the bond issue and will respond to questions from the audience. Legislative representatives will also be on hand to provide an overview of upcoming legislation concerning education and school financing “Our legislative panelists offer an opportunity for citizens to be informed of upcoming legislation so that they can make their concerns known to their representatives,” said Rose Marie Eash, vice president of community relations for the League. “We encourage not only the patrons of NBISD, but all citizens concerned about educational issues to take advantage of this opportunity to learn what may be coming up in the Legislature in 1995.” Each panelist will have five to ten minutes to provide overviews of the issues. After all the presentations are complete, panelists will respond to questions from the audience. Empty aisles •rrityJnHErt Friday afternoon aethe bet of HEB'a Inventory woe removed from tho afore and fatten to the auger afore at tha cantar of Walnut, 1-36 and IS i 6-0846)For subscription, advertising or news information, call 625-9144 (Metro 6 ;