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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 4, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 HeralfrZeitung, New Braunfels, Texas Weather Tuesday, June 4, 1991 ” Council Water Comal River.................... Edwards Aquifer............ Canyon Lake inflow...... Canyon Lake outflow.... Canyon Lake level......... South Texas forecast TOD AY-WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy tonight with lows near 80 coast; upper 60s Hill Country to 70s elsewhere. Partly cloudy Wednesday with isolated afternoon thunderstorms. Highs in the 90s except 80s coast to near IOO Rio Grande Plains. The state A band of showers and thunderstorms over the Rio Grande Plains Watch ......................278    (same) 625.0 (down .08) 193.4 (down 6.6) ........350.1    (down    217.9) ..........906.06    (down    .21) moved southward into Mexico early today, leaving low clouds and mild temperatures behind. Meanwhile, patchy fog developed over the South Plains except for some high, thin clouds across the low rolling plains and Edwards Plateau. Winds blew generally from the south at IO to 20 mph. But winds over the Trans Pecos, Big Bend and far west were variable at less than IO mph. NBISD Continued from Page 1 district will still be able to speak on agenda items as they come up, if properly signed up, he said. “It is important for the public to understand that the trustees cannot legally respond to or act on anything brought up in an open forum,” Brad-bcrry said. “They can only listen.” Public meeting laws prohibit discus sion or action on anything not posted on a meeting agenda in advance. Agenda items include an executive session to deal with personnel matters including resignations and appointments. The board also will study House Bill 288S, recently passed by the state legislature. This bill deals with school finance and improving education with added school days and health insurance for teachers. Stammtisch Continued from Pag* 1 Officers reception Disabled American Veterans Chapter #163 invites members and guests to a reception at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday to honor the 1991-92 officers. The reception will be at the VFW #7110 Hall, 600 Peace Ave. Officers will be installed by Past Commander Wilbur H. Piet following the reception. Class reunion Canyon High School Class of 1971 will celebrate its 20-year class reunion from 5:30 to 11:3: pin. June 29 in the Arts and Crafts Building of the Comal County Fairgrounds. For more information, call 629-7707. Garage sale Harmony Baptist Church has begun collecting items for a June 14-15 garage sale. Proceeds will be sued to purchase furnishings for the congregation's new sanctuary a: 1472 S. Highway 46. Monetary donations also will be accepted. Items may be taken to the church or, for pickup, call 629-2293 or 625-6546. Hunting course New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is co-sponsoring a Hunter Education Safety Course with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. Classes will be from 6 to 9:30 p.m. June 17, 18 and 20 at the Landa Recreation Center. The course is mandatory for hunters bom after Sept. I, 1971. Fee is $5, due on the first class day. Pre-registration is required and will be accepted at the park office through June 14. For more information, call 629-PARK. To have an item listed in Stammtisch, contact J ani ne Green or Stephanie Ferguson at 625-9144. Submissions should be of community interest but not commercial in nature Continued from Pag* I as gasoline and butane trucks, is unfair. SAFE also requested that residents be allowed to vote on annexation by the city of the cement plant property to allow enforcement of city ordinances and on an ordinance banning purchase and use inside the city limits of cement manufactured using toxic fuels. 4 The city reached agreement with Lafarge in 1988 not to annex the cement plant for seven years if plant officials did not oppose annexation at that time, Goodbread said, so the annexation proposal likely won’t go on the ballot. “The city certainly does not want to deviate from what has been agreed upon,” Goodbread said. “I believe a deal’sa deal.” Kraft said the council needs to send the message to all industries and businesses that the council keeps its word. “We promised them that (not to annex until 1995), and they said they’d come cm board when we’re ready. So I feel like proposal No. 2 we can cover,” she said. The third proposal — banning cement manufactured using toxic fuels — would be a choice by the city and consumers that wouldn’t need enforcement by ordinance. Moore said. Pennington said some experts consider such cement a possible longterm health risk and substandard as a building material, but Edmont responded that no scientific evidence says cement containing byproducts of burned hazardous waste is either dangerous or substandard. SAFE was formed in 1990 to fight Lafarge’s hazardous waste permit Obituaries Opal J. Cook. Funeral services for Opal J. Cook, 77, of New Braunfels were Monday at First Baptist Church, with bunal following ai Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Officiaung were the Revs Gordon Graham and Howard Thrift, both of New Braunfels. Mrs. Cook died May 30, 1991, at Santa Rosa Medical Center in San Antonio. She was bom Aug 25,1913, in Collin County to Porter Theodore James and the former Pearl Walraven She married Marion Cook Feb. 17, 1935, in Garland He preceded her in death Feb. 23.1987. She was a homemaker, member of First Baptist Church and sang with its Sons rune Singers. Survivors include a son James M “Jim” Cook and his wife. Barbara K., of New Braunfels; a sister, Leola Davis of Tyler; grandchildren Karen Hood of Fort Worth, James M Cook Jr. of New Braunfels and Donna Sci oold of New Braunfels; and great grandchildren Sarah Hood, Amy Hood, Albe Cook and Heather Sci bold Memorials may be directed to Hos pica New Braunfels or the First Bap ust Church Music Mtrusuy. Donald Wirt/ Services for Donald Wiru, 68, of New Braunfels will be at IO am Wednesday at Zoeller Funeral Horne with the Rev Raymond Reich off uaung. Buna! will follow ai Quads tape Valley Memorial Park Mr. Win/ died June I, 1991, ai Wilford Hall USAP Medical Center in San Antonio. He was born Dec 26, 1922, in Oconto Falls, Wise . to Char les and Gertrude Peterson Win/ He man iud die former Agnes “Erika” Gerltard ut Weisbadcn, Germany, on Sept 5, 1953. She preceded him in dead> in 1983. He was a non-commis* toned officer in the United States Air Force and had served during World War ll He was a member of Cross Lutheran Church, life member of the Air Force Sergeant s Association, life member and treasurer of Disabled American Veterans Post #163, life member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #71 IO. member of the Noon Lions Club and Luther Men’s League of the Optimist Qub Survivors include a sister, Dorothy Wiru Graham of Oconto Palls, Wise.; and two brothers, Russell Win/ and applications filed with the Texas Water Commission and the Texas Air Control Board. Lafarge plans to accept shipments of hazardous waste for payment and bum the waste in an industrial incinerator. SAFE filed a petition with the Texas Water Commission in February asking for regulation changes that would include a ban on hazardous waste facilities within five miles of a public school or park. The cement plant is within five miles of several local schools. The City Council last week unanimously approved an August referendum on extending the hours alcohol is sold here after accepting a petition presented by Barry Jaroszcwski, owner of Barry’s Under Pass Saloon. During that council meeting, Wallace asked that some SAFE issues also be added to the ballot, and the mayo! then scheduled the workshop last night. Goodbread also asked the city attorney about the possibility of delaying the scheduled Aug. IO election until November to increase voter turnout and save taxpayers the $4,000 expense, but Moore said the city is required by the petition to call the election as soon as possible. In other business, the council heard Wayman and Nancy Krueger ask about the possibility of including an item on the ballot concerning the resolution recently passed by the City Council that supports the local airport receiving “reliever status” for San Antonio from the Federal Aviation Administration. But council resolutions, as formal statements of opinion, can’t be included in referendums like ordinances, the city attorney said. The Kruegers oppose any changes at the airport, located near their home. Some of Jo Allison’s chimney sweep figurines are displayed on a shelf. Chimney sweep collection lands woman in ‘Ripley’s’ Auto accidents blamed on deer crossing roads Floyd Wiriz, both of Wisconsin. He was preceded in death by two sisters, Eleanor Winz Berg and Anna Wirt/ Logan; and three brothers, Orville, Howard and Chester Wiru. Pallbearers will be Ruben Knappe Jr., Charles Knappe, Manfred Hcy-mann, Ruben Knappe Sr., Wallace Stahl, Paul Achterberg, J.R. McDowell and Gene Alves. Memorials may be directed to Cross Lutheran Church Jesusa Vargss Funeral services for Jesus* Vargas, 81, of New Braunfels will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Bunal will follow at Sis Peter and Paul Cemetery Miss Vargas died June 3, 1991, at McKenna Memorial Hospital. She was bom March 22, 1910, in Seguin to Bpi memo and Grcgona Oscjo Vargas. She had resided in New Braunfels more than 50 years and had been a weaver at Mission Valley Mills. She was acatholic Survivors include a sister, Teresa Espinoza of New Braunfels, a brother, Guadalupe Vargas of New Braunfels; and numerous nieces and nephews Rosary will be at 7:30 p.m today at Zoeller Funeral Home Visitation will be from 2 to V pm Tuesday and noon to I 30p.m. Wednesday. By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer The Texas Department of Public Safety reports that deer were the cause of several Comal County auto accidents this weekend. At I a.m. Saturday, a 1980 Toyota four-wheel drive truck skidded off Farm-to-Market Road 2673 and overturned, according to DPS officials. The driver, Mark Cogbum of Canyon Lake, 30, reacted to an oncoming vehicle that had swerved into his lane to miss a deer, officials said. His vehicle skidded through a fence and hit a utility pole and support wire, causing $5(X) worth of damage, officials said. Jeep found in river A 1986 Jeep Pioneer was found submerged in the Guadalupe River near Guada-Coma Estates about 9 a.m. Sunday, according to New Braunfels Police officials. The jeep was stolen from a resident of the 300 block of Bridge Street sometime Saturday night, police said. “It was apparent that someone had pushed or driven the vehicle through the park, over the curb, and into the river,” a police spokesperson said. Damage to the jeep included a smashed front left fender, blown tire, cracked windshield and missing grille. The truck was totaled but the driver received only minor injuries. There were no citations issued. At 4 p.m,. Sunday, Suzanne Pape of New Braunfels, 18, was southbound on School thai Road near Garden Ridge in a 1990 two-door Geo when she swerved to miss a deer. The vehicle left I IO feet of skid marks as the brakes locked, according to DPS officials. The car spun out of control and slid off the roadway into an oak tree, officials said. Both driver and passenger were wearing seat belts with shoulder straps. There were only minor injuries and no citations issued. By JAMIE LEE CAMPBELL Staff Writer New Braunfels resident Jo Allison recently received an unusual distinction. Allison is in Ripley’s Believe It Or Not, distinguished because she owns more than 120 chimney sweep figurines. “I guess I was selected because I have so many,” Allison said. “There’s a story behind them all, each one.” Allison began her collection in 1969 while she and her husband were living in Germany. She said, “I don’t no why I started doing it. The rest is history I guess.” Allison said she has purchased a few and been given the rest. “The chimney sweep is supposed to bring luck if you shake his hand and get soot on your hand,” Allison explained. Allison said she has seen the figurines at weddings, “hanging from horseshoes” and “standing in receiving lines so you can shake his hand as you go by.” Allison’s chimney sweeps come in a variety of styles and poses and are fashioned from “wax, pine cones, prunes, wood, you name it,” she said. Some are nutcrackers. Several of Allison’s chimney sweeps are seated atop pig figurines. “Oh, a long time ago they were paid with pigs, didn’t you know ?” she asked. Allison said there have been chimney sweeps for a “long, long time. They have a history.” Allison picked up a small cloth chimney sweep at that point and said, “Someone made me this one and over here I have one someone....” In Allison’s, each sweep in her collection brushes up a personal memory. rn Law Office Of Kimbel L. Brown Attorney At Law (Former Assistant County Attorney) Civil and Criminal Practice Since 1981 625-3455 260 N. CASTELL NEW BRAUNFELS. TX FULLY LCENSED BY TEXAS SUPREME COURT UNITED STATES DISTRICT COUR I FOR SOUTHERN S WESTERN DISTRICTS (NOT SO ARO CERTIFIED SY THC TEXAS •OARD OF LEGAL SPECIALIZATIONS) FREE hearing tests set for area. Right now your Beltone Hearing Center is accepting appointments for FREE audiometric evaluations. If you have trouble hearing sounds or understanding conversations, take advantage of this free evaluation. In less than an hour, you'll know exactly what you’re hearing and what you're not. Start enjoying all the sounds of Spring. Call Beltone today to schedule your free hearing evaluation. 245 Landa 620-1114 Correction Mrs. F.C. (Margie) Council was recipient in 1956 of a life membership from the New Braunfels City Council Parent-Teacher Association. It was reported in the Looking Back column in Wednesday’s edition of the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung that the first such award went to William Kolodzie in 1966. While thai claim is an accurate reflection of what appeared in the newspaper 25 years ago, it scans that story was in en or. The Herald regret* the en or. 6 COMMUNITY SALUTE TO SUMMER FRIDAY & SATURDAY. JUNE 7 Se 8 Join us at the 4th ANNUAL WASSERFEST on the Wurstfest Grounds for ★ Barbeque Cookoff ★ Tube & Kanube Race ★ Tubing ie Children’s Amusements ie Arts & Crafts ie Continuous Entertainment Grounds Admission FREE Gates open 6pm Friday and 10am Saturday Friday 8 pm-12 midnight: Johnny Dee and the Rocket 88’s $8/advance $ 10/door Herald-Z'itung Published Sunday morning. Tuesday. 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