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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 27, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas 'VS    At,    tv- -.v»    •'■    ■•    •    *»"    SA* tor mort tfwn 142 years ■Home of Admiiuon for frmihes will be waived on Tuesday, Aug. 2 from I p.mtoSp.m. The CMNB is amunam Joe iii I .r,V 'tt~~l>JF O r , ~ w J- U X :> -•> .    '*^a*PM18S'J*jS <• ....    ,    ' ttl pci.*- *■ ■£ /9<:>    —'•    ‘    a 7 f Yak, '    F'11^'    TQu,    J9j|    'SSf? Y^NDF, ,    hi    I    Hn    1    SBS* 9m :»*”1 -I ‘if S SMT ** J|', - Jefes briefs... „...)-------------12A Wssfhsr      •im1 Opinion. > ...... i DV ■••••,.........P~.......__. J.____________...mb Upifc-* .... V    *%• *    I ■iii Guadalupe River Comal River ...........270 cfs * cfs - cubic feet prir seoond River condihons Shimmt isi Ii muviMif wmvi Tram (liilMdMunil The New Braunfels Herald-Zetaug extends the folkming birthday wfefces lo; Kart Lclm-hoff,Jamei Hernando, Krfel Sisak, Valera Walters, Jackie Shale, TIm Rosales, Durn Maldonado, Marthi Repton, Mind! Wing, Myra Rath Garrett, David Scboenvogel, Dal F. Well* Aloe Johnson, Joyce IHr art mm----* ■wen ncnpci| Fletcher, GMbcrt I T-Clarence Holamaa, Jeon Jones, Mary Jo Mcycr, Assy Sac O'Gorman, Maxine Schsaew- —*-     -a-    mmw . YSm CTKf LBIUuf TvKKIMMy JHR Wood. forecast By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer one inch, due mainly to heavy spring rains. Meanwhile, residents try to deal Htmki-Zahuna cholo bv JOHN HUSETH A owe vehicle accident took place oh Wold Hoed near Krueger Canyon Drive leat night al approximately 11 tMpja.TV» people were tahen to McKenna Memorial Hoapltal with numerous minor facial Injuries. Hod other passengers was apparently uninjured. The driver and pasaangsro had wanted about two milos tom the scene when they amra found bv Conwl Count* Otetir*    fete*    feauntete    Polit*    ann hoot the County Sheriffs deputies, BMO. The owhftnf coeno mas al the dty Mrnrftt of New Brmtwlnln._ New Braunfels Police and BudnessCouiweling is scheduled the second, tNid end fbutth Tuesday at the chamber of commerce for individuals Medii* awiwanoe in any area af operating s business. This chamber project, which began over four years ago on a monthly basis has been extremely successful and grows to the present schedule. The service, which offers counseling in the areas of management, pre-venture feasibility, loan packaging and others, is hee of dwa md confidential To fib an nyri"*"1!1*, call the deidff office at 625-2315. ChambGr plans iiBxt Buslnass Alia Houfb r^tfinff After Hours is planning a upjwhfjtiiip Mixer, sn iatotmd gathering af Chsmber of Commerce members sponsored Wttering Hole Saloon A Hah at 1390iComal County Fair Entries for the 101st Comal County Fair Parade are now being accepted. The Parade will ba held Friday 23, beginning at IO ain. an entry form or more please call Margi Hedrick at 625-1*84 inc rsraoc Scot 23, beg Foranentr information, | (Tho No* Bromals Herald I*** i/miles its roaders lo udtmil items to Skmmoitrk. According to tho Sophienburg Archives and numbers of the Gorman community. “Stammtisck“ reprise** a sitting pipet for seemborg of tho community to tether and shote Urn days kappa* iou. Wo and* yes to hart with rnJ Tttgnawpapof la printed on recycled newaprint ..........—.....linTTnZil iviMiiiwiur Record high temperatures are turn-    with the heat, ing eyes to the sky in search of rain, or    Comal County Extorsion Agent Joe clouds, some kind of relief from a    Taylor said farmers me currently in summer too hot, even by Texas stan-    the middle of harvesting grain and daJ?‘ ^    .... . „    .    sorghum. The heat has forced some in* new National Weather Service    to harvest late at night to get a much office in New Braunfels still uses tem-    done as possible before the dew settles, perspire readings from the San Auto-    Farmers and ranchers are also trying nip Airport, where die higher density    to get as much hay baled as possible. of concrete could force temperatures to    ‘There are a lot more people baling be slightly higher than New Braun-    hay. They arc trying to get something fcl*- „    to have for winter storage to feed,” he While a front is expected to impact    said the northern and north central sections    Taylor said many had good luck of Texas this week, doubts remain that    durirw the first cuttiiw this year But as it will reach this for south. A slight    die second cutting comes, farmers and chance of showers is predicted for    ranchers are finding there is not as today and die forested high is 98,    much there as normally would be. about four degrees cooler than recent    “They are trying to get whatever temperatures.    they can. They’re baling whatever is San Antonio broke a record with    out there,” he said, eleven consecutive day* with temper-    Hot, dry weather Ms already caused •turns of IOO or more degrees, break-    a outdoor burning bur to be issued by ing the record set in 1980.    die county judge, and residents are The last appreciable rainfell in New    urged to keep glass cut short. While Braunfels fell July 9,0.50 inches. Sur-    watering lawns is always prohibited posingly, the yearly total of 18.63    between the hours of IO a m. and 4 inches it still ahead of the normal year-    D stricter measures beehiwfcn the ly level of 17.2 inches by more than    Edwards Aquifer reaches AJO featto discuss year-round school issueMeeting on tap Thursday By CMM HAMMETT Olin Writer Year-found schools could be on the horizon for youngsters in the Comal Independent School District as the Board of Trustees considers this among several items Thursday. The meeting will be held in the Central Administration Building at 7:30 p.m. The subject of multi-track year-mind schooling came to the forefront afer (TSP official* determined there must be some reaction to student growth in the district, especially if the September bond issue for new ele-mentsry tchnolf should foil. “Our fin! choice is the recommendation of the long-range planning Mnnji^ which is to support the hnwH Ifflif ** f Ut jfripypinBffidfffrt Jpf- ry M^ jor. “Our isccnd choice would Ky >hf    yeaMouad which would be from sixth grade and on down.” Year-round schools would be for elementary only, basad on a 60-day on, 20-<fey off rotating sys- ttiNight Out to be observed By CHRISTINE MARTIN Staff Writer NWWMMww photo bv JOHN HUaETH In what wan hilled aa a Ipractlra hast.” local bualnaaaman let Rfttfrlguti (Itll) of llhfiriw and CM** Kotgfo fright) of Dick Koagla State Farm Inaurance taal thalr antriaa Into Ult Armadillo Darby, to bt bald Aug. 13 at Oonaarvatlon Plaza. Tha event, comblnad whit a dlnnar, will ba a fcmdratoar ter the looally baaed “Put on Your Armor Against Drugs” program, lad by Armadillo Jim Schmidt (far left). MNtt Coetalio, a board member for tha "Put on Your Armor” orooram. looks on. For mort Information or lo aoonaor an armadillo In tho derby. caH If woo mn. v o otme^ot sr** v v    nm.    ag    ••    w    avsavnr    v.    ap    v    wsnp    wp^pamwmiiimp    a    Pima snap w^n^wi^TP aan^aaa p^^a a a^pr w a^w^wmaaiwm    a    pp avn    g tai ma Speeding problem prompts installation of stop signs in Mission Hills neighborhood Many social events will occur Tuesday in celebration of citizens organizing to fight crime Mike Grist, New Braunfels safe-. city director, said National Night Out, Aug. 2, has continued for 11 years as a crime prevention effort. The evening effects people getting to know each other “Everybody always says they wish it was like the old days,” he said. “Well, in the old days, everyone knew each other.” “Different people ate going to do different things in different neighborhoods,” he said Mayor Paul Fraser Jr has appointed nine new members to the Safe-city Commission in the past month. The group has now 20 members. Neighborhood Watch is a program of the commission Barbeques, an ice-cream social and other picnics will be breaking out all over town a few nights. Grist said he, Fraser and New Braunfels Police Chief C. R. Headen will try to visit each block party at least for a few minute*. A    tit    fMMVwiB    Mhflu*    QUE quarter, would be opt of school at any point in the school year. School officials have said this program would cost an additional amount of money ie salaries and believe this oould ferny to three yens before schools would again reach capacity, should growth rates continue said Dr. Mqjor. “We want to go ahead and my whet we want to do now,” he Mid. The district will also present its Team Arnement of Acsdemic Skills remits to the board Alto on the agenda is a motion to confeder qyroval of the private compony Ombudsman™ to provide services for an alternative school. New By CHRMTWC MARTH Staff UUritar alan w» iujf Braunfels passed the measure laet [ their meed week fe their miming. Stop signs will be going up “in the next couple of weeks” on Rkfce, Timber and Twin Oaks streets, in the area of New Braunfels Christian Academy because of a speeding problem, city engineer William Dobrowoltki said this week. “We’re going to try atop signs on Ridge, Timber and Twin Oaks,” he said. “AU these are on a trial basis, without going back for official ordinance until they’ve been tried for at least a month.” Harold Goldstein, of Timber, had gotten nearly 300 signatures on a petition he presented to city council this week. They had wanted flashing, rig"* to tfow the speeders during school he TVAMThMMJBll I mid they *411 not get the $4,000 signs. “The city wiU proceed to install standard, achoo! zone signs within the school zone, notice signs and entering-school-zone warning fegns and more qreod-limit signs,” he said. Neighbors and employees of New Braunfels Christian Academy, Inc. met with Dobrowolski yesterday morning. Marcia Wall, principal of the academy, said 270 students from age 3 through eighth grade attend the school, and cars can not be speeding through the hilly neighborhood at 50 and 60 miles per hour as they had been. She said also projected for the area are 70 more homes. New Braunfels Mayor Pro Tem Chris Bowers suggested at this week’s fety-council meeting the city manager fenuldcfel for more pollee ptmlbto in the area. “Keep the lights flashing there every three weeks or so, maybe make an example out of somebody,” he said. “If we’re going to do something, we need to make nut everybody up there knows it’s 30 miles per hour." New Braunfels Councilman Ambro-sio Benitez also supported the stop signs. “A couple atop signs up in that area would not hurt at all I don’t think,” he said City councilwoman Mary Serold said her constituents told her the peo- childwn and reridft#e of^the wet She alto mid the only speed-limit sign on the meet was harcMo-eee. gerald mid the nee rig™ fet a half-mile on ekher side of the school, making them ineffective. “Maybe a police otto* writhe deft** in the area,” she said. Market Avenue will be closed between B. Mill and E. Bridge 16 and 8 pm Elm Street will be doted between imyi between 6:30 and 8:30 p.m. McKinley Street will be closed between S. Santa Clara Ave. and S. Guenther Ave. between 6:30 and 8.30 Texas Avenue will be closed at California Blvd. between 7 and 8:30 pm Village Circle Apartments will have their get-together at the community buddling in the complex's center Bom 7-1 p.m. From 7-8:30 p m., Lahn Road will be doted between Rhine Road and Anhalt- A culdesac, Hidden Peak Circle, twill he dosed at Northperk Ridge ftom7-9p.m.I < >ii it * i/i/ *», .Hlvcrtr.iiKf or •. tih\i tip(ion    information,c.ill ‘M J    I (Mi fro) 0046 -  ......... ■ a ;