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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 20, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas ID crop lex J Mitc BOX Unicorns mash Carrizo Springs Baylor 21 SCOrOS Arkansas 0 Hoilitdn Texas Tech 41 10 r years Page4B New Braunfels New Texas Hvrald 92 231 74 5 Sections DSPS 377880 Cougarettes claim crown Rally nets state title By DAVID KING Sports editor AUSTIN Dont mess with the Canyons the Cougarettes volleyball fought and did exactly everything they needed Saturday afternoon to overcome powerful Waxahachie and win the Class 4A state To get to the title Canyon knocked off El The state title was the first for Canyon and for a Comal County High and it topped off a 2810 season for the Back at a pep rally before the area playoff Coach Donna Boehle Monica Krieg got up to She They say bumblebees cant but they They say we cant win were too But we Like the Youve just got to watch out for the Boehle Canyons bumblebees had to rally from a midmatch slump to defeat the who were playing in the state tournament for the fifth time in six The Cougarettes took advantage of a hive full of Waxahachie mistakes to take the first game and used the same strategy to take an 114 lead in the second Eleven straight points the match was They really got up in the second Krieg said of the who wound up the season I think we let down a little but they really got Waxahachies momentum into the deciding as the hard Canyon celebrants from coach Donna Stephanie Burch Suzie Cuddv rutting Indians pounded their way to a See Page 12A Stall photo by John Senler Ida Catherine Kim Rittimann and Carol Friedel Chemical People Followup meeting scheduled Monday Inside By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Local businessman Dennis Rhoads isnt going to let the Chemical People message die without a A twopart television series on the Chemical hosted by Nancy aired 2 and and spawned town meetings The program on alcohol and drug abuse among young people told how to fight the but left it up to each community to Thats what Rhoads has in mind for a third Chemical People town meeting at 7 Monday at Cross Lutheran If the town cares and I think it does this will Rhoads We have been notifying those who attended the first two and getting the word The response was slow at but things are looking good Rhoads volunteered to be temporary chairman of the effort at the 9 meeting at New Braunfels Middle Myself and others felt if we walked out of there that everything would So I stood shared my past personal problems with my said something had to be and volun teered to be Rhoads Ive had 45 people a day standing in line at my store waiting to talk to me and have lined up about 24 people who definitely want to be volun he Ive even been told my involvement is going to hurt my Rhoads Baloney as long as I dont get Im and it will all work out in the I just want this town to be a good Ive caught some flack over running kids down in this Thats not what Im after at I think we have great kids in this but we wont for long if See Page 12A vlaterat1015 Affair cool day is predicted followed bjj afair night in the nudM Monday will be partly with a in the Sunrise today will be at 17C 2A KALEIDOSCOPE 13B 8C PUBLIC SPORTS 4A Railroad employees killed in crash BAYTOWN AP Four men were killed and one was injured today when a freight train collided with a line of tank cars parked on a Southeast Texas authorities The impact knocked a caboose and two of the 41 tank cars off the track and drove another tank car through the windshield of the Southern Pacific trains All three people inside the engine and one of two men sleeping in the caboose were said a Texas Department of Public Safety By Baytown firefighters were preparing to pry apart the wreckage to free the bodies still in DPS officials identified the dead as of Houston brakeman Texas engineer and brakeman The injured conductor suffered two broken legs and was in stable said Jim a spokesman for Life which airlifted the victim to Hermann Hospital in about 30 miles to the All the victims were Southern Pacific a railroad spokeswoman DPS George Turner said the tank cars were left on the track about 4 At approximately a work train consisting of an a caboose and 10 cars was northbound en route to Mont In See Page 2A More money highlight new budget prepared by county Bus convoy Staff photo by John Senter Greyhound buses were traveling in groups Friday as they headed in and out of the Seguin Avenue stationoften with police to Greyhound got back on the road this week after a twoweek and bus terminals have been picketed in some No incidents have been reported in New Red tape snarls Walnut Avenue extension By DYANNE FRY Staff writer Paper problems may get in the way of the pavement at the south end of Walnut New Braunfels is in line to receive state and federal help in extending Walnut from Hi 35 to Gardenia thanks to an urban street im provement program instituted by Congress this A state highway commission has issued a minute order putting top priority on the Walnut and the owners of the land just south of the freeway have agreed to donate the necessary right The complications have arisen from that last To make the donation City Attorney John Chunn has to get a signed release from every investor with an interest in that Hes having trouble getting some of those and time is running Im just waiting to get the documents Theyve been gone three weeks said The rightofway is being donated by the Heyden Cutler which Chunn has attempted to reach through local agent Reno Schumann doesnt understand what the delay is Chunn City Council went ahead and approved the state minute order Monday But Bob local engineer for the Texas Department of Highways and Public indicated hed be breathing easier if the city had clear title to the New Braunfels has also applied for federal aid to extend Common Street from Loop 337 to Gruene See Page 2A By DORIAN MARTIN Staff writer A pay increase for county officials and the hiring of new employees have increased the final figures of the proposed 1984 budget for Comal The budget has gone up quite a said Comal County Auditor Bate he We didnt raise any taxes for the general Bond explained that a five percent raise is scheduled for all county excluding some elected officials who will receive a larger Plans to hire four deputies and other county staff members also have been The adopted 1984 budget is on file and available for public inspection at the Comal County Clerks office until The Comal County Commissioners will vote on the budget during their regular meeting on Written or oral comment concerning the budget will be taken The budgets projected income into the general fund is an in crease from 1983s amended budget of The majority of the income will come from tax estimated to be slightly over Various fines will account for County court at law has been budgeted for the an increase of from the 1983 amended The 1984 figure comes from increases of about for salaries and almost for computer The district attorneys budget also jumped from in 1983 to in This amount includes hiring an assistant district The county attorneys budget in creased from 1983s figure of to 1984s figure of Due in large part to a in crease in computer service costs for programming support and an increase in attorneys legal the total district court expense budget jumped from 1983s to in The county judges budget decreased from 1983s figure of to 1984s The main reason is that the clerk position that was originally in the judges budget is now in the commissioners courts The commissioners courts funds went from in 1983 to in Other than clerks salaries which rose the major increase is the formation of a merit raise fund See Page 12A
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