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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 4, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas V Microplex stuns Tackling the problem Unicorns use new front to trample Billies By DAVID KING Sports editor SAN MARCOS The idea came to Bob Baker on the bus coming back from Kingsville last New Braunfels offensive line coach scribbled the idea on his played with it a showed it to a couple of And the Unicorns threetackle offense was Friday New Braunfels took that alignment which consists of the regular offensive line with an extra tackle on one plus the tight end and used it to roll over Fredericksburg 1612 and into the state We blew em right off the Baker We just lined up and pushed them right out of the Our guys moved their feet well and did a good job But it was more than just a physical a revenge victory over the only team to beat the Unicorns this It was a mental victory as It gave us seven holes to run and I think it kind of confused them the Baker They couldnt cover all the The holes the Billies did cover were blown back open by the which con sistently pushed the Fredericksburg defenders five yards off the line of We came off the line and played like we were supposed center Doug Campbell The second we just decided to come out and go right at With guards Tim Doty and Brian Frassmann and tackles Weston Victor Caballero and Mike See Page ISA Jim Streety talks to the troops after Fridays 1612 win Staff photo by John Senltr New Braunfels New Texas HeraldZeitung Q9 Mo id c SUNDAY December 50 cents 92 241 76 Sections USPS 377880 Staff photo by Robert Johnson Firefighters battle the blaze on two and inside Fire destroys home on South Street By ROBERT JOHNSON Editor A fire which apparently smoldered for some time before bursting through the roof destroyed a house on South Street Saturday The fire gutted the home of Henry and Esther 371 a block from Eagles It was reported by a neighbor at and New Braunfels firemen had it under control in about 30 The fire started in the back of the Fire Chief Jack Wilson He said the house appeared to be a total No one was home when the blaze broke Herrera said she saw an orange light while driving on South Union She said she thought it was a light from a neigh bors but one of her children in the car spotted As they approached the she saw the flames coining out through the she Its all she You never expect something like this to happen to 5 A neighbor across the Sofia saw an ge glow inside the house and turned in the She said she thought she had smelled smoke as early as I kept telling my I smell something she But I thought it was just somebody When she and her husband went outside later to decorate their house for she saw the glow from the center of the she Wilson said he did not know the cause of the fire as Three six regular firefighters and nine volunteers fought the and one truck was still on the scene at Saturday Inside For the second the Herald Zeitung will hold its Cheer Fund food drive to help feed needy families this As mentioned we are accepting cash or nonperishable Todays Weather It will be sunny and mild turning partly cloudy tonight and cooler on Winds will be from the south at 1015 mph High today will be in the mid low tonight in the mid and a high Monday in the upper food The goal is to provide a Christmas dinner to local families who might not have one without your You can bring contributions to our offices at 186 Castell or mail a monetary contribution to PO Drawer New Names of contributors will be published Pickup of donated food items can be made by con tacting Circulation Manager Don 16A PUBLIC Local wornan convicted of forgery charge By DEBBIE DetOACH Staff writer A Comal County jury deliberated for seven hours and found a New Braunfels woman guilty Friday of Julie of 1254 High way 81 East was found guilty of forging her fatherinlaws signature on the back of an cashed at Thompsons trial was delayed morning when she showed up 15 minutes late and still in her Presiding 207th District Court Judge Robert Pfeuffer revoked her and she went to In testimony Thomp son said she signed her name on the back of the but didnt know how her fatherinlaws Melvin got there She also said that Wanda Jean whose signature was on the check was visiting her and turned up short on The pay to the order portion of the check was left but cashed the check because former pharmacist Mike Buckmeier recognized Melvin Thompsons The pharmacist testified that Thompson did a lot of business with the Thompson said the check was cashed because Wanda Jean whose signature was on the check was visiting her and needed some Calloway testified that Julie stole the checks out of her She said the account had been but she had not thrown the checks away See Page IA drivers reach agreement WASHINGTON AP Greyhound lines and the union representing its drivers reached tentative agreement Saturday night on a settlement aimed at ending the strike against the nations largest intercity bus com federal mediators Mediator Kay McMurray said the unions bargaining council over whelmingly approved accord and that Greyhound also agreed to He striking drivers and other employees would remain off the job until the agreement is probably by I dont think there will be any problem to obtain the said who is director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Neither Greyhound nor union of ficials were present at McMurrays which was postponed two hours because of what the mediation service said were un specified McMurray said the 31member council of the Amalgamated Transit Union was expected to make a strong recommendation that the rank and file accept The mediator said details of the agreement would not be made available right company chairman John Teets and a union official denied a report from a union source that the negotiators had come to an un The strike began 2 over company requests for pay cuts it said it needed to stay The strike has seen several in cidents of violence against buses and replacement the nations largest intercity bus com ran no buses until and since then has resumed about 10 percent of its runs with newly hired On the company said it expected to operate 22 percent to 24 percent of its runs by the end of the Greyhound spokeswoman Leslie who relayed Teets statement from where Greyhound is earlier had knocked down a report from a union source of a tentative settlement with the employees represented by the Officials of the Federal Mediation See Page 16A New condos pace November permits By DYANNEFRY Staff writer In New Braunfels contractors started work the first new condominiums seen here since They also poured foun dations for 13 new four a new convenience store and a service Taken with the smaller they all added up to million in The total is some less than Octobers figure oT but the market seems Just as healthy as it was a month Coma River Developments new building on South Gilbert accounts for of the November Six condominium are the next phase in an existing Greentree Construction Corporation is contractor for that Novembers two new commercial buildings are both X the roadside Fischer Construction Company is building i convenience at 1320 Howe Springs near at an estimated cost of TN property owned by Texas Company is building a wrvto ititfng fence for Norman pihrosnn at 1691 IH The cwt o Wwt project given aj Now Brftunfete National Bank is spending to rgmodfj some of its new space at 1000 The job is being undertaken by Mclntosh With 18 additions and commercial construction amounted to last Duplexes are going Un on Woodland Avenue a built by Robert Dicus for WUdwood Redbud Fricke for and Eicken where Alfred Esther Seidel two in The built in the 1500 are owned by John The new singlefamily home with the highest price tag is the one going up at 614 under the direction of Constructive En This project was estimated at Harold Bennett is structing an home at Two homes are in progress one at 1246 Hollyhock and the other at 1626 Allison Marvin Friedel is contractor on the Hollyhock which is owned by Keith Anjon Keith Simmons to build the now on A home at 905 Oelktrf if being constructed by Juone First Homes has houses going if Oleander and Oleander project is valued See
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