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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 14, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Downtown Bed & Breakfasts featured in today’s Cuisine!, 1B Inside Stain nitisch New Braunfels Herald DAYS Now Braunfels Sesquicentennial March 21,1845 TX 7990 18 pages in two sections ■ Wednesday, Dec. 14,1994 Serving Comal County for more than 143 years ■ Home of LINDSEY NELSON Busted! Weather.................... Obituaries.................. Opinion..................... Arts & Entertainment Cuisine!.................... The Marketplace....... Birthday wishes from the Herald-Zeitung! The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to; Lindsey Nelson, Jean C. Hill, Dolly Nance, David M. Gonzales, James Moose (14 years!), Bodo Dieters Jr. (belated), Leola Bond, Kitty Cook, Ruby Debner, Gertrude Fischer, Blix Gammenthaler, Viola Haster, Claude Overstreet, Charles Bradberry, Louise Roberts, Marilyn Scott, JoAnn Hansmann, Arthur P. Stearns. Donations to H-Z Cheer Fund continue Aiea citizens have begun to submit donations to the Herald-Zeitung’s annual Cheer Fund campaign, which provides food to needy local families for the Christmas holidays. Anyone wishing to donate can do so in person by coming by the Herald-Zeitung office at 707 Landa St., or call Cheer Fund Director Carol Ann Avery at 625-9144. Volunteers for food delivery are needed, Avery said. Anyone wishing to sign up for delivery can do so by calling Avery. Today's donations include: ■ Anonymous - $30 ■ Ann Sc S.E. Maggard - $25 ■ Mrs. Dorothy E. Wimberley -$10 ■ Mr. & Mrs. Herb Schneider -$80 ■ John M. Tieman - $50 ■ Community Christian Junior Church-$25 Herald-Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL An officer with the Alamo Alee Narcotics Task Force scorches through the Chevy Blazer for drugs. Officers allegedly found two ounces of cocaine on the side of the rood. Officers said the suspect tossed the drugs from her car before she was stopped. Herald-Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL An officer the the Alamo Area Narcotics Task Force escorts a suspect, 29-year-old Belinda Serna, back to the vehicle for questioning. Herald-Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL A two-year-old girl who vims Inside the Chevy Blazer holds dose to sn officer while other officers search the vehicle. The little gill was taken to the childrens' shelter. Harvest from the Heart on tap Dec. 23 Molly Joe's Inc., will be host to a community meal "Harvest from the Heart," on Dec. 23 at the New Braunfels Civic Center. Some 3,000-4,000 people are expected to be served, said Robert Konkel of Molly Joe's Catering. Volunteers are needed to help set up the meal on Dec. 23. For more information, call 625-2954. Guadalupe County woman arrested for possession of a controlled substance Alamo Arcs Narcotics Task Fores officers search Belinda Sams, 29, of Guadalupe County, shortly after stopping her near the Hwy. 46 and Loop 337 Intersection ss i swi    s Tuesday morning. Herald-Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer and made of positive indication of drugs in the vehicle. “At that time, because the car was blocking a portion of the entrance, the officer asked her to move the vehicle over,” he said. The suspect allegedly took off in the vehicle, traveling between 60 and 70 m p h up Walnut toward Loop 337 according to Ll. Bowen, and wert through the traffic lights at the intersection of Loop 337, before pulling over. Lt. Bowen said officers allegedly witnessed the suspect tossing objects out of the vehicle during the chase, stopped and retrieved vials of a substance later confirmed as cocaine. Officers later recovered a total of five packages containing 1/16 ounce each of cocaine. A two-year-old child was in the vehicle and taken by authorities to the children’s shelter. Another woman in the vehicle was not arrested. The suspect Serna was booked in Comal County Jail and charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver and endangerment to a child. Officers of the Alamo Area Narcotics Task Force concluded an in-town car chase with the arrest of a women charged with delivering drugs. Police stopped a 1995 Chevrolet Blazer driven by the alleged suspect, Belinda Serna, 29 of Guadalupe County, in the parking lot of Victoria Bank and Trust Tuesday morning. According to Lt. Sumner Bowen of the AANTF unit, the canine unit was called in Clarification In yesterday's story headlined "United Way meets goal!," it was stated that 88 percent of United Way funds are kept here. Actually, 88 percent of United Way funds are directed to local United Way agencies while another IO percent is used for administrative costs for the Comal County United Way staff. United Way kudo* A big thank you to the employees of Victoria Bank A Trust -Canyon Lake Branch, who have raised    Unitmf vykn $724.40 with an ------ average gift of $56 and IOO percent participation, under the leadership of Ola Armstrong. This newspaper is printed on recycled newsprint NBISD officials sign bond documents By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer New Braunfels Independent School District officials signed and notorized official documents Tuesday night for the $15 million bond package approved by voters Saturday. NBISD board members earlier officially canvassed votes fiom the election, which showed » 2 to I voter approval of the bond package. A total of 1,275 were cast in the election. Duane Westerman of Southwest Securities, an investment company handling bond sales for the district, said the honda would have to be approved by the state. He predicted about February or March before the process would be completed. “The biggest thing is when they (NBISD) need the money,” said Westerman. Very soon, according to school officials, who vould like to begin work, especially on roof! * several campuses before the end of the school year. Selling bonds quickly is also important due to rising interest rates. Rates on short term investments has risen six times this year, about one and three-quarter points ainee Januaiy, said West erman. Long-term investments are also affected by these rises. “The past year and a half has been a good time for investors,” he said. Generally, those selling bonds prefer to sell at lower rates to avoid paying high interest. While interest rates are predicted to rise, it is impossible to be certain. Southwest Securities also handles bond sales for the Comal Independent School District which recently sold roughly half of their bond package approved earlier in this summer. Westerman said they expected to sell the remainder this spring. Sesquicentennial displays to be featured downtown From staff reports Sesquicentennial Christmas window displays commemorating the Indianola Encampment Christmas celebration of 1844 will be featured in windows displays throughout downtown from Dec. 16 through Jan. I Each window will depict a scene is it might have been on the shoreline of Indianola that Christmas when the German settlers and their leaders awaited transportation that would bring them to New Braun fels. Citizens are invited to go dodr-to-door and see the new window dis-play*. Sunday afternoon, Dec. 18 from 3 p.m. to 6 pm., four downtown Bed & Breakfast establishments will hold open house and the public is invited to vUt each before attending Caroling on the Plaza at 6 p.m., sponsored by the New Braunfels Arts Council. For more information, call 629-3296. For subscription, advertising or news information, call 625-9144 (Metro 606-0846) I    * fr    i.    / ;