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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 22, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas MICftOPLEX MITCH WOM6LE BOX 45436 TX 75245 Have Local woman repays holiday kindness ving ByDANASTELL Staff writer Their first Thanksgiving together looked And for 29 years they have tried to spare others of that same feeling of Each Thanksgiving and Christ a New Braunfels couple provides holiday meals and some gifts for three local families in an effort to repay the kindness of a neighbor who came to their aid in Thats the way we give thanks to He has blessed us with good health and a lot of said the who wishes to remain For that first year thats something well never The mother of four talked about that first The first year of our married life we were stationed in she The first Thanksgiving we spent together we had only one egg and a couple of slices of bread in our And I was pregnant See Page 10A the Santa Glaus you see here brings with it visions of joyful times and good But this Santa also has a special and you can help make it even more This Santa will symbolize the desire of the New Braunfels and Comal County com munity to help those less fortunate than themselves this For the third straight the HeraMZeitung is spon soring its Cheer and the picture of Saint Nick symbolizes our desire to bring a little cheer into the lives of local We at the HeraldZeitung have set a pretty high goal this and well need your support to help us reach Were hoping to feed 200 local families this Christmas and well need your donations of money or nonperishable food items to help us meet that The response to last years Cheer Fund was This years drive will get a head start because of since we received many donations after we pur chased the bulk of the food last So were starting this year with a balance of The format will be the same as last The Cheer Fund complete with Santas will appear each day until Contributors will be as will a beginning and ending We will accept cash or nonperishable food items at our 186 If you want to donate but cant bring it contact circulation manager Don Avery and hell arrange to have it picked Heres our first group of contributors Beginning balance Donald and Carol Frank and Wanda Kraft Chance Lawrence Cheer Fund Dave and Bettie Kramer CBEK RV Park and Snack Shoppe Sue and Robert Johnson S25 New 05 We appreciate your Youve helped to begin to brighten the holidays for many local Turkey Day pigskin Green Bay at 11 30 New England at 3 New Braunfels New Texas 227 Thursday November 25 Cents 32 Pages3 Sections Parker probe not over yet BEAUMONT AP Jefferson County District Attorney James McGrath said Wednesday he is asking a grand jury to make a fresh investigation of indictments that earlier were dismissed against State Carl McGrath said in an announcement that he felt that dismissal of the Carl Parker indictments based upon the possibility of bias in no way resolved the issues raised by the It is our collective unanimous opinion that the interests of all parties would best be served if the Carl Parker cases were reviewed by the October 1984 grand McGrath said in his an One of Parkers Walter Sekaly of said the an nouncement was expected and Parker has represented the people of his area for the better part of his It is very important for him that this be resolved and con fidence said the Parker was accused by an earlier county grand jury of aggravated promotion of wholesale promotion of obscene material and of lying to the grand The indictments were dismissed 14 by visiting District Judge Perry Pickett of The judge ruled that some of the members of the grand jury may have been biased against McGrath said his staff had reviewed the whole case and con sulted with the Jefferson County sheriffs office and the Port Arthur As a result of the said the district the staff deter mined that the Parker and the state are entitled to the resolution of those issues raised in the original McGrath said the staff considered calling a special grand but rejected the idea for fear that its members would not be He also defended the April term grand jury that indicted I considered the April term grand See Page 10A Inside Water Watch Cornal cfs down 3 Canyon Lake cfs down 7 Canyon Dam outflow cfs same Edwards up Canyon Lake down NOTE This week marks the first time in the 20year history of Canyon Lake that the lake level has dropped below 900 feet above mean sea Conservation pool level is normally 909 Todays Weather Todays Thanksgiving forecast calls for clear skies and cold continuing through Expect cloudy skies and a chance of showers for the Todays high should be in the low following yester days high of Sunset tonight will be it and sunrise Friday will be at CANYON UKE 6B CLASSIFIED COMICS 7i DEARABBY DEATHS HOflOSCOPE KALEIDOSCOPE OPINIONS SCRAPflOOK STOCKS 10A TVUSTIW3S 7i WUTHfeR Soviets propose meeting with WASHINGTON AP Soviet President Konstantin Chernenko has proposed a meeting early year between Secretary of State George Shultz and Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei and discussions are under way to decade on a mutually agreeable an administration official said The Reagan administration reacted enthusiastically to the which was delivered to the State Department last Saturday by a highlevel Soviet as a potential icebreaker in the arms control talks that have been stalled for a NBC News reported Wednesday night that Shultz and Gromyko have agreed to discuss nuclear arms control at a meeting in at the end of the first week of The network said the United States is prepared to offer a new approach pushed by arms control director Kenneth The certain to is said to be based on the proposition that if and Gromyko cannot reach verifible agreements m they prftcffd to achieve arms control without network The network did explain how twctjy such an ent would Pilgrims progress Goodwin Pilgrims eat learn about Thanksgiving By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer The Mayflower arrived atGoodwin Primary Tuesday for an early Thanksgiving and the tiny pilgrims and Indians aboard really ate it Teachers called the mostly separated by grade and a culmination of weeks of Thanksgiving lesson They said kin first and second grade students had spent weeks studying about the Indians and the hardships they all Weve been learning about ever since one honest teacher In weve talked so much about turkey and dressing that a hamburger sounds real There werent any turkeys or hamburgers at Goodwin but the kids didnt seem to Each class cooked up its own and passed around the meaning of Thanksgiving Day on paper without even knowing As teacher Jean Klein Give a kid something to and hell remember it The firstgraders took over the They lit candles they made in science and sang Over the River and Through the They repeated a prayer said by Miles Standish more than 300 years and blew out their Thats when Klein This is when I feel like wed better call the fire But the firstgraders were too busy eating to mind the They each got samples of five different kinds of bread they made in math class to learn about and fruit they brought from home chopped to fit in handmade cocktail Their placemats were made from construction and so were the The girl pilgrims donned cuffs and sailershaped hats of white construction while the boy pilgrims wore cutout facades of black Abe Lincoln The Indians wore paper bands around their and some even cut armholes in grocery sacks split up the middle and fringed on the edge to achieve that leathervest Most of the secondgrade Thanksgiving troops sat on the floor around their food spreads of raisins and In Kay Brietzkes each student was asked to share something they were thankful Think real and tell me something youd be real sad about if you didnt have See Page 10A Talking turkey Her face bathed in the soft light of a candle she Goodwin Primary student Sharon Snyder prepares for a preThanksgiving feat Tuesday the last day of school before Thanksgiving At teacher Kay Briflfcke serves a group of Indians and including from teft Terry Josh QtflYL CLARK HERALD Z6ITUNG 8 1
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