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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 28, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas                                Donna whitewashed regional finals next By SCOTT HARING Wire editor KINGSVILLE When New Braunfels Unicorn football coach Jim Streety predicted a defensive battle Friday night against the Donna he had no idea how right he would Fortunately for Unicorn it Was the New Braunfels defense that proved the stronger as the Big Blue Crew toughed out a 100 win over the Redskins in Texas Stadium in The victory qualifies the Unicorns for the Region IV to be played next Friday night against San Antonio West West Campus dropped Sinton Friday to qualify for the The contest is tentatively set for San Antonios Northeast Stadium at Final confirmation of the site and local ticket information will not be available until New Braunfels moved the ball somewhat better than but a rainy night restricted the offensive Neither team could mount a passing attack Donna was 3for18 and NB was 2 both with one interception and some early hobbled pitchouts convinced the Unicorns they should stay The Donna defense deserves some Donna was bigger than we thought they I their defensive were Streety They were much tougher to knock off the line than we The normally bigyardage Unicorn offense was held to 215 yards and 16 first But the Redskins did even earning only six first downs and 106 yards for the Our defense really rose up and did just a super Streety After a penalty on the opening kickoff put Donna back on its own the Redskins moved the ball into New Braunfels territory before being forced to See Page 12A Earl Wilson follows the blocks of Brian Frassmann 66 and Tim Doty 57 Stall photo by John Senior New Braunfels New Texas 231 60 Pages Sections SUNDAY November 50 cents USPS 377880 Whats your opinion Survey wants your input for county growth panel By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer They want to know what you So much that members of the Comal County Growth and Development Committee will be mailing out surveys within the next couple of weeks to ap proximately Comal County Committee members hope that responses to the survey will tell them what county residents think the countys most pressing problems are in relation to growth and Another function of the twopage survey is to educate the public to the fact that the growth committee exists and explain its task to county Commissioners Court appointed this 13member headed up by Spring Branch resident Charles last spring to study how population growth and tourism were affecting the The which consists of residents from throughout the was assigned with the task of recommending solutions and sources of funding to meet these tourism and growthrelated The which was pretested earlier this month among 15 Courthouse will ask county residents feelings concerning the recreational areas of the county and the Guadalupe State a portion of which will be located in Comal County when the park opens next Survey recipients will also be asked their opinions on the way in which county tax dollars are being spent toward such services offered through the county county the Sheriffs the judicial system and tax And to meet the problems resulting from growth and survey recipients will also be asked their opinion on how additional funds to meet these problems could be The Growth and Development Committee will be sending out these surveys with the help of the Texas Agricultural Extension which will pick up the postage costs for mailing the At the committees last meeting County Agent Bill Schumann said the extension service would pick up the postage costs as long as extension service stationary was used to draft a cover letter Ssntss tlGrG Gdrly which will be signed by Schumann to be attached SQrt Qf g d tradjtjon to stgrt to the Committee members decided to take Schumann up on his thinking about Christmas almost before the last of the Thanksgiving turkey has been See Page 12A That was certainly the case Staff photo by Cindy Richardson Friday at the Courtyard Shopping as Santa Glaus dropped in for an early Thats threeyearold Gina Marcum with ol Saint Goin south Reagan eyes fiveday trip to Latin American countries WASHINGTON AP President Reagan travels to South America this hoping to improve ties strained by differences over things from drugs to diplomacy and to show interest in a region that has felt neglected by successive He returns to Washington briefly Monday from a sixday California vacation before setting off Tuesday on a fiveday tour of Costa Rica and Reagan is to meet with leaders uf two other Latin nations President Efrain Rios Montt of Guatemala during the visit to Honduras and President Alvaro Magana of El Salvador on the Costa Rican With differences with Latin America over the Falklands conflict beginning to fade to the dismay of most South American the United States supported Britain over Argentina Reagan is expected to turn his attention to trade problems and economic In each of the four selected coun he is likely to encounter com plaints as each tries to assert itself and emerge from the But the United States also considers each country to be among its best allies in Latin The relationship soured when President Jimmy Carter emphasized human rights and Brazil canceled an old military But with ruled by the military since a 1K4 apparently headed toward a democratically elected the State Department says human rights problems have almost Brazil is a major competitor for Third World markets and its foreign policy is directed at protecting its export Brazil exports auto computer frozen orange coffe and cocoa all of which find their way into In an example of the political balancing such a trip Reagan will fly from with its military to run by A state department asked why Reagan was visiting replied Because hes going to one of the few countries on the continent with a civilian government operating under a con also is one of the strongest It holds billion in reflecting the important role the cocaine trade plays in the Colombian According to the state department Colombia supplies liO percent that reaches the United States and 70 percent of the While Reagan is unlikely to dwell on the at some point hell talk about the official Reagan then will go to tosta arriving 3 and spending the night in San Jose before returning ID Washington the next Costa sandwiched between Panama and was described by the State Department official as a thoroughly admirable little country without a penny to its No jobless tax SANTA AP President trying to dry up a flood of political has killed a proposal to tax the unemployment benefits paid millions uf jobless The president passed up an op portunity to discuss the issue per sonally in his weekly radio ad dress but sent word through his spokesman that the proposed plan will not be Its just not the way he prefers to deal with said White House deputy press secretary Larry The man Ive seen the news This is nut what I want to Todays Weather Skies will stay partly cloudy growing mostly overcast tonight and but the weather service doesnt expect more rain just Winds today will be light and Bobcats Roll Southwest Texas State got off to a slow start but turned on the juice in the second half to take a 276 win over Fort Valley State and advance in the Division II Page Rooney Ruminates Columnist Andy Rooney has been reading this Treasury Department 78 DEAR report and hes amazed to find that eight people who earned more than a million dollars in 1980 also collected unemployment For more statistics and his sage see Andys Page Grogans back Steve Grogan was the starter for Then he was demoted to a reserve Then he was Now he has come full and hell be the starting quarterback again today for the New England Patriots against Page Christmas lights to glow Tuesday Decorations are already up on the Main But the Christmas season will officially start in New Braunfels Tuesday when Mayor Stratemann flips on the The plaza will be closed to traffic by at which time Walter Faust will treat the gathering crowd to a Christmas serenade on the courthouse City Councilmember Laverne Eberhard will issue a general welcome and introduce the kindergarten and firstgrade choir from Lone Star under the direction of Nathan Mayor Stratemann will turn the lights on at ap proximately i and thats when the fun really Santa Clans will cruise in on a big red fire flanked by the Canyon Middle School After taking him threequarters of the way around the the band will stop at the entrance to the gazebo and let Nick Santa gets off the fire truck and is immediately swamped by the little children who want to sit in his have their pictures taken with or said who has seen it all Santa will be handing out candy donated by the Comal Independent Mens Members of CIMA and the Downtowners Association will also be on hand to make sure everybody gets a chance to see the jolly old Eberhard said there would be more lights this year than some un the plaza decorations anil other put up by downtown In past the lighting has been financed through contributions from the the Down towners and the Wurstfest Body of diver recovered from Canyon Lake ByDYANNEFRY Staff writer Almost a week after she was reported divers retrieved the body of 18yearold Angie Marie Kowalik from Canyon found the body at under 85 feet of water at Comal The young Seguin woman went down at She was with a class of 10 scuba students from Dive World of San Comal County Sheriffs Deputy Jim Hindi has Experts from two San Antonio diving companies requested an autopsy by the Travis County Medical He said Kowalik was wearing a full scuba outfit a vest and air She had lost one but the tank mouthpiece was still in place when the body was pulled up She was wearing everything she and it See Page 12A   

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