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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 3, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas                                Longhoms snap winning Sports The Plaza bandstand Inside Sports Market Starnmtisch I Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeitung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to Patricia Roe Cassandra Elizabeth England and Daniel B Hernandez Happy 19th anniversary to Darrel and Lenora Kennemer and hap py first anniversary to Michael and Chasity Bax ter Tree off Lights raises funds for Hospice The Hospice Tree of Lights is up atop the New Braunfels Utilities building Throughout the season a light will be lit on that tree for every donation made to Hospice New Braun fels Another tree in McKenna Memorial Hospitals lobby fea tures a white dove for every donation to Hospice Dona tions may be made in person or mailed to 613 N Walnut New Braunfels 78130 For information call 6257500 Food drive helps Childrens Shelter The Lone Star Booster Club is holding a canned food dri ve to help the Childrens Shel ter for the holidays The com munity is invited to drop off donations at Lone Star Soryu Karate School located at 982 Rentals between the hours of and 7 Monday through Thursday ending Dec 21 Anyone who brings 10 cans will get a free week of karate lessons If there are any questions call 6201319 Train to be a childs voice in court CASA of Central Texas will conduct a 40hour course to train advocates in January 1996 If you believe that abused neglected or aban doned children need some one to speak for them in court you may be just the right person to train as an advocate Court Appointed Special Advocates are appointed by a judge to give the court an objective view of what is in the best interest of a child involved in the legal system Call Deborah at 6205536 for information Give to the Cheer Fund The HeraldZeitung spon sors the Cheer Fund every holiday season to provide food baskets to the needy New donations include Rotan Enterprises and an anonymous gift The Cheer Fund now stands at To donate come by the HeraldZeitung at 707 Landa or call Fund Chairman Carol Ann Avery at 6259144 The winning numbers lotto Texas Kr LOTTERV Clinton brings message of peace to Ireland DUBLIN Ireland AP President Clinton came to the seat of Irish government today to appealfor full peace between north and south saying Irish ort both sides of the border want to go forward not After a triumphant celebration the day before in Northern Ireland Clinton told Irelands Par liament the fragile peace process should be given a chance to succeed He said that peace and the ending of ancient rivalries is the tide of history We must make sure that the tide runs strong here for no peo ple deserve the brightest future more than the The Survey We asked our readers what the best thing about living in is See what you had to say Turn to Opinion Page 4A Chop ycur Discover a place where you can grab a find the per fect Christmas tree cut it down yourself and bring it home See Page IB New Braunfels SUNDAY 46 Pages in three sections Sunday December Serving Coma County for more than 144 years Home of CASSANDRA ENGLAND Vol 144 No 15 Officials push for ffl35 funding By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer The ride is over HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL The Canyon Cougars season came to an end Friday night in Corpus Christ when the number oneranked Calallen Wildcats handed them a 5530 loss The Cougars ended their season with 11 wins and just two losses See Page 7A for full coverage County likely to expand animal control services By MELANIE GERIK Staff Writer Comal County Animal Control officers next year will bring stray dogs caught in the western part of the county to a veterinarian in Bulverde instead of driving to New Braunfels County Commissioners are expected to vote Thursday to approve bids to add an additional clinic in the Bulverde area to board stray animals in the county The county will be rezoned at the beginning of the year breaking up the large zone in the western part of the county Steve McKin department head for the animal control said one zone covered the large western part of the county many years ago because no veterinarians prac ticed in the Bulverde area The rezoning and expanding services are in response to the rapid growth of the county McKin said As the years go on were going to get more and more calls because the county is McKin said The county has two New Braunfels and one Canyon Lake clinic Animals also are taken to the New Braun fels Humane Society The new veterinary services will decrease the response times to calls significantly said Julie Hubertus secretary for the animal control office The 45minute drive from New Braunfels to Bulverde will be shortened If were already in Bulverde and get a call in Bul verde its going to be a fiveminute Hubertus said McKin said the new boarding services also will be more convenient for the owners of the animals Theressa Kothmann office manager for the Bulverde Animal Hospital which submitted a bid said a boarding facili ty in the Bulverde area could reunite more lost dogs with their owners They dont think about calling animal control in New Kothmann said If they call hear about a lost animal then we might have The animal control departments budget was increased this year to from to fund the fourth clin ic and to allow for additional spending McKin said McKin said the twoofficer animal control depart ment picks up about 30 dogs per officer per month McKin said he would like another officer in the department The Commissioners must fund such an expansion through the budget I tried this year but they said no but theyll look into he said The expansion of M35 through New Braunfels received an extra push Thursday when a group from San Antonio appeared before the Texas Department of Transportation Commission and asked for funding to complete the expansion through Comal County Comal County Judge Carter Casteel who attended the meeting said the San Antonio Trans portation Alliance appeared before the commis sion to request 1999 discretionary funding for three projects The three projects included the IH10 and Loop 410 interchange the Airport and Loop 410 interchange both in San Antonio and the expansion of IH35 through Comal Coun ty They included 135 because were the bottle neck For San Antonio to be requesting funding for a project in Comal County says something about the importance of the Casteel said The San Antonio representatives said the expansion of IH35 is important to the flow of traffic between Austin and San Antonio They said NAFTA will increase traffic and make the expan sion even more critical Casteel said that a piece of kinked water hose was handed out to illustrate the impact the section has on the smooth flow of traffic Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce President Michael Meek said the alliance request ed 1999 funding because the funds through 1998 have already been allocated He said there were about 160 people from San Antonio and about 15 from New Braunfels and Comal County present to show support for the project We were quite pleased to see they had 135 on their list of projects Now we have to just wait and see but well continue the he said Meek said there is no way to tell when a deci sion may be made However he said that New Braunfels has already requested to be placed on the agenda in the first quarter of 1996 in case things dont go the way we want them Meek said he was impressed by the presenta tion and the support shown He said there is no way to predict what the commission will decide However he said projects in Houston and Dallas have already been funded and San Antonio stands a good chance I was encouraged by what I heard and I was encouraged by the commissioners remarks that they understand the size of the problem Now we just she said Symphony concert set for next Sunday The MidTexas Symphony will pre sent its holiday concert on Sunday Dec 10 at 4 in Jackson Audito rium in Seguin David Mairs resident conductor of the San Antonio Symphony will be in Seguin that day to conduct the orches tra in a program of holiday favorites The concert will be highlighted by a performance of Handels Messi ah by the MidTexas Symphony Chorus and three featured soloists Other music on the program includes Amahl and the Night Visitors by Gian Carlo Menotti Fantasia on Greensleeves by Ralph Vaughan Williams and selections from Tschaikovskys The Tickets are for adults for senior citizens and college students and for other students They are available at the New Braunfels Cham ber of Commerce and Accents and at the door the day of the concert Two treats in store at Childrens Museum The Downtown Rotary Club is the sponsor of Decembers Free Tuesday at the Childrens Museum in New Braunfels The day features two beats Christmas Around the a temporary exhibit of Christmas tra ditions from Sweden England and Germany and Prawing for Adults an introduction to a new class for adults which begins in January The class is designed to help adults learn to draw and to teach their children to draw Admission is free for the after noon of Dec 5 Presentations on the Drawing for Adults class will be at 1 and 4 Call 6200939 HeraUZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Truck rolls over Two men were injured when a tractortrailer flipped over on the Interstate 35 access road near the ConradsKohlenberg exit at about 4 Saturday Treated and released from McKenna Memorail Hospital were Omar Barbler of New Mexico and Jesus Miranda of El Paso The cause is under Investigation Do you support sending troops to Bosnia See the Readers Poll Page 44   

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