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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 10, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas                                Texas Busy night ahead Councileyes revenue sharing A public hearing on use of 198283 federal revenue funds will ojiert the New Braunfels City Cotihcil meeting Monday in City A pack of new city ordinances will come up for Designated for a first reading are an ordinance making Gilbert Avenue a noparking fire as discussed at the last council an or dinance prohibiting unlawful assemblage and an ordinance creating a city Arts and Cultural Onthe agenda for first readings or emergency adoption are ordinances to prohibit the use of glass con tainers in city parks near rivers designate 1 as the effective date of appointments to the New Braunfels Utilities Board of Trustees and require detailed engineering plans to accompany for permits to place improvements along The offstreet parking ordinance considered 11 will be read for the second The council will also review proposals for upcoming lease agreements on the Landa Park Snack Bar and Novelty and consider amending the citys con tract agreement with McCrary to operate a miniature train in the The Missouri Pacific Railroad has asked permission to get rid of its New Braunfels The council will discuss and also consider a request from the Noon Lions Club for use of a piece of city property during Bids on a curb installation project at Street and Fredericksburg Road will be reviewed by the Inc Fay0 Krueger dies in hospital Faye Krueger Faye described by her son Robert as an immensely generous was able to give a great deal of joy and vivacity to died of cancer Friday at Baptist Memorial Hospital in San She was Memorial services will be held at her home at 298 Lincoln where she had lived the past 40 years Monday at 5 Robert Krueger will deliver the Burial will be at Guadalupe Valley Memorial n The service will not be a private he We simply wished to have it in the environment in which she created for 40 he ex Robert former 21st District Congressman and am bassadoratlargc to Mexico under President Jimmy said his mother was supportive of his political During his 1978 senatorial cam paign against Republican John Faye Krueger and a rather wellknown colleague actor Gregory Peck traveled across the state in his he Mentioning his mother was a director of New Braunfels National See Page 12A New Braunfels Niw Texas SUNDAY October 50 cents 199 64 Sections USPS 377880 Polish officials bums SANTA Calif AP Reagan called the Polish leadership a bunch of no good lousy bums for banning the Solidarity trade union and then moved Saturday to reduce Polands exports to the United I am today directing steps to bring about the suspension of Polands most favored nation tariff status as quickly as the president officials said the step which wouldnot necessarily require would be taken after consultation with Congress and would affect primarily Polish export of frozen fish and canned ham to the United Reagan made his comments in his weekly radio v address to the Saturday from the grounds of his ranch in the Santa Ynez Mountains northwest of Santa Just before the broadcast he said in a test of a But thelaiigtfege in his aciituaiiive broadcast was more n she said Fouryearold Amber Wenzel tries to drive herself crazy on an electronic car racing game at Chris Stall photo by Cindy Richardson Lopez Karate School Thats fouryearold Josh Hudson watching the The most favored nation status is accorded to the United States best trading It reduces the tariffs charged on their goods shipped to this by increasing the price of those goods the president would hamper that trade as well as Polands ability to earn In one who asked not to be said it is his ballpark estimate that the projected million total volume of Polish exports to the United States this year could be cut by as much as one half or The president had intended to talk about unemployment in the wake of the announcement Friday that the September jobless rate had hit But the subject was shifted to Poland after the Warsaw government banned existing labor organizations and said they would be replaced by new unions with sharply curtailed Reagan will address the nation on the economy in a speech from the Oval Office on Wednesday at deputy White House press secretary Larry Speakes In his radio address Reagan called Polands decision to ban Solidarity and other trade organizations another far reaching step in the the Polish people by the military goverhmerit He said the Polish leaders have made it clear that they never had any intention of restoring one of the most elemental human the right to belong to a free trade after the imposition of martial law on Of the promise to establish a new union struc the president said The free world can see this is only a It is clear that such if will be mere extensions of the Polish communist FM 2252 a problem for Garden Ridge Inside By DYANNE FRY Staff writer An annexation ordinance passed Wednesday in the City of Garden Ridge puts both new and old versions of FM 2252 inside the A rerouting and reconstruction project com pletedjriearithe end of August changed the course of thefarm road in the Cibolo Creek The southeastern limit of Garden Ridge was at the edge of the old road until this when it r was extended to the Missouri Pacific Railroad The new FM 2252 veers cutting across the earlier city line and joining up with the old roadbed east of Bat Cave The stretch of pavement that got sliced off the main route is still and may eventually become a Garden Ridge Bob district engineer for the Texas Department of Highways and Public doesnt know Were still waiting for some answers from our he said Thursday learning of the Garden Ridge At its still FM even though there are two designations like Im sure its confusing to people traveling through Of our signs indicate the new There is that possibility of the states wanting to retain that and call it a he When the state chooses to abandon a it generally gets turned back to the local govern which is then responsible for maintaining In some the state will maintain its legal rightofway for possible future its county governments that get possession of abandoned state Hasert wasnt sure what would happen now that the old FM 2252 is inside Garden Ive never faced this question before he I take that Some years there was a piece of the old McQueeney Road in New Braunfels I think I dealt with the county on McQueeney Road was rerouted once before being merged with FM 725 on the east side of IH This was a piece of the old rightofway that ran under a fence and was being said It was just a matter clearing up the See Page 12A Todays Weather It will be mostly sunny and pleasant today and and mostly clear and cool Winds will be from the north at 510 mph Unicorns win Despite a gameopening 94yard kickoff return for a Lockhart the New Braunfels Unicorns had a fairly easy time of things in pounding out a 38 12 win over the The key was a dominating rushing attack that rolled up 441 174 of them by tailback Earl See Boomer Sooner To the dismay of true Texans Oklahoma coach Barry Switzer pulled a freshman running sensation named Marcus DuPree out of his hat and beat the University of Texas in the annual Cotton Bowl clash in Page 2A ftjpnonsense judge hearing spicyrtrial COMMUNITY FUND Comfund drive off to good start By DEBBIE TURNER Staff writer What is tax goes in 19 different and is about closer to its 1982 pot pf gold The Comal County Community Fund the countys own version of the United Way is the having received a total of in as of And that was good news less than a week into the organizations key phase of its fundraising Cpmf unds 19821 goal is to be distributed among 19 local That figure represents a drop from last years which was not The advance gifts which started in paid usually provides about half of he total and precedes the employeremployee which started last As of had been received in advance A new twist and color from the blue and white Comfund pledge cards this year is a bright yellow return which has been included in billings from Guadalupe Valley Telephone The bills were mailed out at the first of and a Comfund spokeswoman said 37 responses have pledged over so The response has been she adding that area banks halve also agreed to include the yellow envelopes jn their statements to be mailed soon The return envelopes stress as well as an avenue to reach rural And if See page 12A WEST PALM CAP burly family man who grew up worlds away from Palm Beach high society is deciding 7 whether 5yearold heirs to a fortune made of hotels and orange groves will be raised by their whitehaired or young Judge Carl left criminal court for civil court to escape the But for three weeks he has refereed the countrys ranking sexanddrug trial and Roxanne Pulitzers divorce J which t recessed will resume 1 with more testimony and ultimately a decision on custody of kindergarteners Mack and Zack Pulitzer as well as a division of their fathers multimillion dollar i v claims his wife had affairs with four engaged in lesbian MX with another Palm socialite and conducted seances in their His estranged a former claims Pulitzer has smuggled marijuana in his plane and had an incestuous relationship with his daughter by an earlier i allegations by the but admit to abusing go home every night and give her a big In recessing court early one day for a dentist appointment Harper said in his Southern drawl Ordinarily I dont like going to but today Id much rather be there than The Palm Beach County circuit judge hasnt hidden his naivete as he hears witnesses describe a life of trips to Europe and summers on the weekends at the ranch and af ternoons at the When a witness was asked to name stores the Pulitzers frequented in the judge suggested another The names of the stores where they shop would be totally meaningless to me unless it was Roebuck or a tanned sportsman and international is the grandson of Joseph who launched a publishing and son of Herbert who published the New York Harpers grandfather and father were Pensacola Pulitzer earns a year on his million his wifes attorneys although Pulitzer says its only a tenth of mokej no secret of his ostly wide w he laid a break in the I i them claim a minus but theyre living better than I who earns a said during pre trial 1 dont think either one of these people is in danger of going to the poorhouse anytime soon   

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