New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 6, 2011

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 06, 2011

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 6, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas PAT GREEN ADDED TO 6RUENE MUSIC/WINE FEST BILL WEEKEND 5O0 New Braunfels ,7THURSDAY OCTOBER 6,2011 herald-zeitung.com SERVING NEW BRAUNFELS SINCE 1852Williams to voice tourism’s viewFormer New Braunfels mayor named spokesman of group suing city over can ban ByOnBgBowMi The Herald-Zeilung The Tourist Associated Businesses of Comal County (TABCC) announced Tuesday that former New Braunfels Mayor Stoney Williams will serve as the official spokesman in its lawsuit against the city's pending disposable container ban. In a news release, TABCC said Williams has been an advocate for responsible river management, understands the direct and indirect impact river-related tourism has on local busi^ Williams ness and the importance of protecting the rights of the individuals who usé the city's rivers while maintaining ana preserving the rivers for future generations. His goal is to firld a solution that protects individual rights granted by the state, helps city government lessen the burden to local taxpayers, protects and maintains the beauty and tranquility of the rivers, maximizes river revenue from all tubers for effective river management costs, and encourages the business community's cooperative involvement, according to the press release. On Sept. 28, TABCC, Williams and others filed suit seeking to overturn the city's pending ordinance that would prohibit beer cans and other disposable containers on the Comal and Guadalupe rivers beginning Jan. 1. Ban opponents have petitioned to force a Nov 8 refi^ren-duni on the proposed ban. Jobs ► STEVE JOBS ^ple founder is dead Company announces death of former CEO CUPERTINO, MR. (AP) Steve jobs, the Apple founder and former CEO who invented and master-futlv markt'ted ever-sle(’ker gadgets that transformed e very d a y tec hnology, from the personal computer to the iPod and iPhone, has dit'd. He was 56. Apple announced his death without giving a spe-c itif cause. "We are deeply saddened to .innounte that Steve Jobs f)assed away today,'* the company said in a brief statement. "Steve's brilliance, passion and energy were the sourc e of countless innovations that enrich and improve all of our lives. The world is immeasurably better because of Steve." |()l)s had battled cancer in 2t)Q4 and underwent a livcT transplant in 2009 after taking a leave ot absence for unspecified health problems. hHe t(K)k another leave ot absence in January —- his third since his health problems began — and officially resigned in August. lobs started Apple with a high school friend in a Silicon Vailey garage in 1976, was forctxi out a decade later and returned in 1997 to rescue the company. During his second stint, it grew into the most valuable technology company in the vvorlcl. (Cultivating Apple's coun-terculfural sensibility and a minimalist design ethic. Jobs rolled out one sensational product after another, even in the face of the late-2000s See JOBS, Page 3 GRUENE’S GREEN TO AID COMMUNITY Riotos by LAURA MgKBCIE | Herald-Zeitung Registered nurse and volunteer Jan Benton, left, talks with clinical supervisor Sylvia Muniz while working Wednesday at New Braunfels Volunteers in Medicine. FOR A GREAT CAUSE Clinic one of dozens to benefit from Music and Wine Fest By Betty Taytor The Heiald-Zeltung Since it first opened in 2008, the New Braunfels Volunteers in Medicine Clinic at 1195 W San Antonio St. has continued to help families who cannot afford medical insurance receive the medical and dental attention they need and may have not o t h e r w i s e received. The clinic is funded by New Braunfels Christian Ministries, a United Way partner agency. ONLINE Scan this QR code to view local United Way agencies or go to uw comat.org/ agencies.php New Braunfels Christian Ministries is one of more than two dozen United Way of Comal County agencies that will benefit from the Gruene Music and W^ine Patient Amy Oppy, left, talks with physician’s assistant Bill Beall inside an exam room during her visit to New Braunfels Volunteers in Medicine on Wednesday. Fest today through Sunday. The annual event is the United Way's largest local fundraiser. See VOLUNTEERS. Page 14 Tebow’s mom tells Options for Women group to be passionate By Betty Taylor The Herald-Zeitung During the 2011 Annual Fundraiser Banquet for Options for Women Tuesday night, Pam Tebow, mother of Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow, said that according to statistical data, there were at least 12 Heisman Trophy potential candidates who would have been born since the Suprême Court's decision in Roe vs. Wade in 1973; Tebow told the crowd of 600 at New Braunfels Civic Convention Center that people bave to be passionate about their mission. "I knew I couldn't walk away from abortion. I couldn't ignore it," she said. See TEBOW, Page 14 BETTY TAYLOR] Herald-Zeitung Pam Tebow addresses the Options for Women banquet. ► SCHUHERBAHN EARIP ponders including waterpark Official: Inclusion would protect tourism economy By Greg Bowen The Herald-Zeitung Discussions are underway concerning the possible inclusion of Schlitterbahn in the pending Edwards Aquifer Recovery Implementation Program. Including the New Braunfels waterpark in F A R I P would helf) protect the c I t y ' s t o u r i s m economy, said EARIP ONLINE Scan this QR code to learn more about EARIP or visit edwardsrip.org committee member Nathan Pence, the city's river ac1ivitit*s manager. It would also Ix^nefit Schlit-terbahn by shielding it from any lawsuits that might arise if activities at the world's most popular waterp.irk were to result in the incicit n-tal 'take' — death or harm — of endangered spec ies in the Comal River, Pence said. Endangered species in the Comal and its springs are the inch-long fountain darter fish; two little beetles, the Comal Springs riffle beetle and the Comal Springs dry-opid beetle; and a crustacean kncjwn as Peck's c ave am See EARIP, Page 14 WEATHER, 9 ÒIEGO CARRERA LAMAR ELEMENTARY Partly Cloudy High; 83 Low; 73 Abby 12 Classifieds 12 Comics n Crosswords 11 Forum - _4 ÒlÉUflrìffS Planner AQ Sports 9 TV 13 Vol. 158 I No 282 1 section, 14 pages 56825"0000i 50 cents On tocomer ^ R CT PR OT    A N T of S«gu(n «> CkHl St,    I    1^ 1^ I ; tï II N I WWW Îtrslprül0îitanl.oom ^ ♦ CHURCH OF NEW BRAUNFELS Sudday Services 8 and 10:30 am For breaking news, sports scores, weather, traffic and mid-day updates, follow us on Twitter ONewBrtunfelsHZ il Learri What's in tomorrow's paper, offer news tips, receive alerts. Become a New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Facebook fan. Receive ttie Herald-Zeitung e-newsletter in youre-mait box each morning; herald-zeibing.com. Click 'Hsrald-Zeitung Mailing UsL' ;

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