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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 26, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 HeraJd-Zotoxy, New Braunfels. Texas Tuesday. November 26, 1991 Weather Water Watch Comal River.....................................230 cfs (same) Edwards Aquifer...............................623.85 (same) Canyon Lake outflow...................................318    cfs Canyon Lake Inflow........................  170    cfs Canyon Lake level..................................901.79    feet The State    under clear skies early today. Fog ~ r .    .    was reported in the coastal bend Dense fog is expected across QWO    „...    . . . ,.. . South Texas tonight and early ^ .    J?. J? fell in X* rtffUj,    the Lower    Rio Grande Valley. A Wednesday while the rest of the    f .    .    reDOrtcd ove; ^ state will have clear to partly    „ ,cl0“,    w'rf re.P°™ ■ o e me cloudy skies and warner Randle and South Platns. temperatures.    Earl>'    “T'TT There is a slight chance of light WCJC m the 701 ™    P*"»»™Ne rom m .vtMma T.... Tom« 811(1 mountains of Southwest Texas and in the 30s elsewhere in West y    Texas, the 40s across North Texas ^    ‘.t,.    rn.    in    the    50s and 60s in South Lows tonight will be in the 30s    ~ c  ___ . e -. „ • in T.V.. .Ka. Anc NWtH    Tcxas. Extremes ranged from 24 at £ U    Marfa to 62 a. both McAllen and Texas and in the 40s in the Hill    R    in Country and in the 50s over the n,.    *.    .    )(irTUV>„ rest of South Texas    0lhcr    momm.g . . . hires around the state included 28 “ Amarillo. 46 at Fort Worth. 49 at 60s and 70s except in South Texas w    J3    Austin, 56 at San Sa*"*5 ” im° Anloni°-53 at 60 41 Cor- pus Christi, 40 at San Angelo, 34 at A high pressure system over Lubbock. 35 at Midland and 31 at Kentucky kept most of Texas El pas0> Pearl Harbor Mayor Clinton Brandt presents a proclamation naming Dec. 7, 1991, as “Pearl Harbor Anniversary Day" to retired U.S. Army Ma]. Fred Lingner, chairman of the City of New Braunfels Veterans Memorial Committee. This year will see the 50th anniversary of the day that the Imperial Japanese government attacked Pearl Harbor. Linger is also a member of the American Legion, Post No. 179. Stammtisch Continued from Pig* 1A are urged to attend along with their guests. For more information call Charles Billings at (512) 964-2336. Toys for Tots The 1991 Toys for Tots Drive, sponsored by Milt Ferguson Motor Co., begins with a benefit auction from 8 p.m. to midnight Saturday, Dec. 7 at Landa Station. Music will be provided by blues artist Phillip Stevens. To make a cash donation or for more information, call Corbie at 625-9144. Cheer Fund eupport Burger King is accepting donations to the Cheer Fund program, sponsored by the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung. Persons donating at the Burger King restaurant will receive IO percent off their order. Burger King alto is accepting gifts at the restaurant for the Toys for Tots program. Offices to cloee Qty of New Braunfels offices will be doted Thursday and Fri-day.bwl the —rimi—department will pick up trash as usual. Christmas perty Tickets for the annual Christmas party of the New Braunfels Chapter 1823 of the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) will be available through Dec. IO. The chapter will have its party on the regular meeting day, Tuesday, Dec. 17, in the new Senior Citizens Center. 655 Landa Street. Doors will open ai IO a.m., followed by refreshments and then a catered dinner ai noon. Entertainment, door prizes and installation of Officers also are scheduled. Guests will be welcome. To order tickets, call Raymond Voges ai 625-1363. Exercise classes The New Braunfels Independent School District is offering free exercise classes through the month of December. The classes, offered Monday through Thursday from 5:45-6:45 p.m. at the Academy Street Gym, will include low impact step aerobic followed by isolation and light weights. Participants should take light hand weights and a mat or towel. For more information, call 620-6200. Hospital glftshop The McKenna Memorial Hospital giftshop is open for Christmas shopping. Giftshop hours are 9 a.m.-7 p.m., Friday 9 a.m.-4 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 2-4 p.m. Genealogy society The Comal County Genealogy Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3 at Victoria Bank and Trust for a Christmas party. Members are encouraged to take cookies, cake, sandwiches, chips or dips. The meeting is open to the public, and visitors are welcome. The society has three new books for sale: “Marriage Records of Comal JjQuntyJ 904^-1912/^Prob-at^ Records or Comal County, Book A-G,” and another “Cemetery Book.” Memorial Service Hospice New Braunfels invites the public to the sixth annual Memorial Service at 2 p.m. Dec. I at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 312 S. Guenther. The brief service, in honor of those patients who have died in the past year, will be conducted in the spirit of thanksgiving and celebration. Families of all those who Hospice New Braunfels has served are invited. RSVP by calling 625-7500. To have an item listed in Stammtisch, contact Mark Wamken at 625-9144. Submissions should be of community interest but not commercial in nature. Golf Continued from Page 1 the Special Committee on Golf Course Fee Structure, included a $1 raise for daily green fees and an added per-round surcharge of 50 cents on weekdays and $1 on weekends and holidays. “We made a concerted effort to think about the local people and present something that they can live with,” said committee chairman Bob Reeh. But retired golfers who were present said they cannot afford an increase because of their fixed incomes. “The golf course is already making enough revenue, and this money is going into the (city’s) general fund, and there is no expense whatsoever (for the golf course) to the taxpayer,” said Ramiro “Ray” Martinez, president of the Men’s Golf Association. “Why increase the fees when we're making a profit?” In other actions Monday night: • Council Members Paul Fraser and James Goodbread questioned Chamber of Commerce President Tom Purdum about the chamber’s support of Lafarge-Systech's hazardous and toxic waste burning and storage plan. “You’re the only group that has supported that,” Goodbread said. "The city has spent almost $200,000 fighting it” Purdum replied that the Chamber could not move on the issue because “there was no consensus in the general membership.” Fraser said he wants to again poll the Chamber members on whether they support or oppose Lafarge-Systech’s permit applications to store, blend and bum hazardous and toxic waste at the Balcones cement plant. • The council delayed approval of a lawsuit against Bluebonnet Motors Inc. to recover the cost of cleaning up a hazardous materials spill in August. Council members will sit down with the company in the next two weeks to discuss a possible settlement. • Jim Mdlvaine, a member of a movement to recall Mayor Clinton Brandt and Council Member Bill Arnold, requested that the council come out in support of citizens’ right to exercise recall. He said some elderly people phoned recall petitioners to have their names removed after an editorial by four prominent citizens threatened signers with a libel suit. • The council authorized the city manager to advertise for bids on renovations to the old Central Fire Station building. The Fire Department wants to use the second story of the building as a training facility. Answers Continued from Pago I self as an ex-golfer, said that if the golf course is going to be supported by tax money, it should be built for local citizens instead of outside visitors. Resident Joe Armstrong, who lives on Ridge Drive, said discussion about a new golf course should be limited to New Braunfels citizens if it might be paid for through city bonds. Responding to citizens' concerns, Mayor Cl inton Brandt said, “I think what we’re basically looking for here is to accept this (study), so possibly we could go out and look at investors who would be willing to do this golf course at their expense.” They could then run the golf course for a period of time before it would become the property of the city, he said. Brandt said before the meeting that he favors a second golf course. “From all I’ve been able to gather from different people in the golfing industry, I feel that this town could support another golf course and could benefit (rom a golf course.” Births * McKenna Memorial Hospital Maria A. Rodriguez; 163 Butcher, New Braunfels; 7-pound boy; Nov. 7. Ronnie and Chris Delavan; 310 S. Mesquite. New Braunfels; 7-pound 5-ounce girl; Nov. 18. Ethan and Cindy Nichols; Route 8 Box 181B, New Braunfels; 9-pound 10-ounce girl; Nov. 19. Johnny and Kim Herber, Route 8 Box 138C, New Braunfels; 7-pound 7-ouncc boy; Nov. 20. Darla Anderson and Frank E. Brown; 305 FM306, New Braunfels; 5-pound 7-ounce boy; Nov. 20. CASH FOR eel Estate Mortgage* Full or partial purchases. First liens, second liens. Closing within 48 hours. Brokers protected and referrals honored. Mortgage Moneytree I 1-512-344-9821 S American Heart Association Obituaries Maxine Koch Madlln * Maxine Koch Medlin, 56, of Bendon, N .C, died Nov. 21.1991. * Local survivors rn*: aunts, Etelka Krueger. Ella Koch and Jane Serold gnd husband Harvey, all of New Cunfels; and uncle, Hilmar Bose of Antonio. Other survivors, all of Benson, are: husband, Dan Medlin; three children; four grandchildren; father, Rubin Koch; and stepmother, Hazel Koch. ; Rose Funeral Home of Benson was incharge of arrangements Louis Herman Schelbe [Graveside services for Louis Herman Sc he i be, 83, of New Braunfels were Tuesday afternoon ai Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park, with the Rev. Pick Jones of Christ Presbyterian Church officiating. * Mr. Scheibe died Nov. 24,1991. at Chlornal Manor Care Center. [He was bom July ll, 1908, in Marion to Paul and Emma (nee Fis-elicr) Schcibc. He married Paula fyima Salge on Nov. 23, 1932, in Fry an. r.Jlc was a superintendent of the Nfrw Braunfels Utilities waste water hutment plant and a longtime New Braunfels resident. / 'Survivors include his wife, Paula $algc Schcibc of New Braunfels; and Several nieces and nephews. > Memorials may be made to the Charity of one’s choice. Doeppensc-^midi Funeral I tome was in charge of arrangements. t, Walter Fred Schneider Graveside services for Waller Fred Schneider, 71, of Schertz were Tues day morning at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio. Mr. Schneider died Nov. 23, 1991 in V'illagc Oaks Humana Hospital. He was retired front the U.S. Air Force and a veteran of World War II, Korea and Vici Nam. Survivors include his wife, Roberta Schneider of Schertz; daughter, Barbara S. Greer of Cibolo; son. Wayne Franklin Schneider of North Carolina; sisters, Mary Laughlin of Helotes, Cara Rosenbrock of Kennedy and Selma Montgomery of Fredericks burg; brothers. Robert Schneider of Gonzales. Paul Schneider of Rockport and Ernest Schneider of San Marcos; grand-children Ronald Oreer of Schertz and Kimberly Lipscomb of Cibolo; and great-granddaughters, Randi Leigh and Megan Elaine Lipscomb of Cibolo. In lieu of flowers, donations to Safes Ambulance Service of Schertz in honor of Mr. Schneider are suggested. Zoeller Funeral Home of New Braunfels was in charge of arrau gmenti. He added that some contractors have already contacted the city about the golf course plan. According to a Nov. 21 memorandum from Tamayo to April Goldsmith, special projects director for the city, “three developers, Blue-T-Golf, First Golf, and Steve Hudnall kNfi/L -A* V/ Par To do ^Daily 62*3311 Steak & Shrimp 5.M ill Burgers 1/2 Prici Wed. After 5 pm. Tues. Jam Nit# • Monty t Wed. Chris & Judy THANKSGIVING • Bar Opens at 5 pm Live Music Tue. Wed. Thurs.J from Lakeway, all expressed an interest in holding a workshop with council regarding each of their proposals.” Jan's Van Tours Nov. 2S Happy ThankagMng Nov. 29 Holiday River Panda, Lights On Nov. SO King William Holiday Homa Tour 629-5279 pffinitii xcnrcn ■CHttMNHNGOGER TERMINATOR 2 JuoaMInt BV* Ifs Bobbing Personal, rn Mon.-Frl. 7:00 9:30 8aL-8un. 2:00 4:30 7:00 9:30 RS DOC hollywood ll' Mon.-Frl. 7:00 Sat.-8un. 2:00 4:00 Time, Weather & Temperature 625-1511 A Service Brought To You By Oma's Haus Restaruant 555255  jwtBmuus •nSg1?. OO W Srtn Antonio Horald-Zeltung Published Sunday morning, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels Herald Zedung, 707 Landa St., or PJO. Drawer 3 J1328. New Braunfels, Texas 78131-1328 Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels Herald Ze dung al New Braurrfeb, Texas DAVID SULLENS Editor and Publisher STEPHANIE FERGUSON Managing Editor CHERYL DUVALL Business Manager KAREN REININGER Classified Manager JIM HORNBECK Advertising Director CAROL ANN AVERY Circulation Manager GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties: three months, $12.90; six months, $22 JO, one year, $40.00 Senior Citizens Discount (carrier delivery only}: six months, $19.25; one year, $34 DO. Mail delivery outside Comal County, in Texas, three months, $22.50; six months, $40DO, one year, $75XX). Mail outside Texas six months, $52 JO; one year, $87 JO. lf you have not received your newspaper by 5:30 pm. Tuesday through Friday, or by 7:30 am. Sunday, call 625-9144 or 658 J900 by 7 pm. and ti am., respectively Postmaster: Send address changes to PO. Drawer 3II328, New Brothels, Texas 78131 1328 WHI Wednesday night Revival Bros. 9*30-11/28 CLOSED FOR THANKSGIVING i.Vft nm 11/29 Friday nightBC Smith & Breeze 11/30 Saturday night BC Smith Jam Session DRY CREEK BAR Take 35 S. lo Ext! 183 Selma At SolmS rum    °Pen    3:00    Pm t0 2:00 am The Gazebo Collection .».    ta    rn. aar®** 140 North Casted 'O-'l ■ -»* -VZ f Girls & Ladies Dresses Pettipants Men's Lederhosen Sets Mon-Sat 10-5. 620-8407 Across from Winn’s walnut 6 629-6400 III 35 dud Walnut Ave. Bargain Matinees Indicated by ( ) IS RllATTVC. •Ss SUN.    MON    TUES. (1.10 SIO HO) 710 010 (SIO) 7:10 0:10 WN.    MON    TUES. (240 4:30) 740 130    (4:|0)    740    0:20 An American Due 2 a war* FIEVEL GOES WEST •UN.    MON    TUES. (140 340 840) 740 040 (840) 740 0:00 book OM M SUN.    MON    TUES. (120 J20 SZO) 7:20 120 (820) 7:20 0:20 WES CRAVEN S wM. SUN    MON    TUES. (1:18 3.18 SIS) TIS 0.18 (8:18) 7:18 0:18 SUN (118 2:18 8:18) 718 FNI. MON TUE3 -ILIUM- % tilde. Minny ONE SHOWING ONLY AT IM flattish 11/14 Un 11/36 Tuesday Discount Night $2.00 Except as noted J ;