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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 31, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Salute to the Class of 1985 Her cap firmly in place and her tassel on the New Braunfels High School senior Donna Winkler listens intently to instructions during graduation practice Thursday afternoon at Unicorn By the Coma County Class of 1985 will have received all its Canyons commencement was and New Braunfels and Smithson Valley hold graduation exercises The HeraldZeitung salutes these graduates and the hard work they have put into earning their The Class of 85 will be featured in a special which includes class pictures and lists of the honors this years graduates have racked Look for it in Sundays Friends aid Bulverde man stricken by disease By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer A Bulverde debilitated by an amoebic received the hospital treatment he needed after friends and neighbors helped raise money for The now recovering at home and being treated on an outpatient was diagnosed as having an in testinal infection caused by giardia a But he did not have hospitalization insurance and could not be admitted to Humana Hospital in San Antonio without a cash The BexarBulverde Fire Department assisted by the local Lions Club raised money by selling fajitas over the Memorial Day Fire Chief Bernie Andrews We put him in the hospital Thursday May 23 and he was out by Andrews Then we raised more money for him over the Memorial Day It was a huge partly thanks to Gary Lindsey and Luthers Gateway convenience store at the corner of 281 and State Highway 46 for giving us a But lets put it this I dont care if I dont see another fajita for another three he On Friday they marinated the and then on Saturday the firemen and lions members were out there selling strting at the fire chief My wife was sauteeing onions at the house all I dont think ghe cares to see another onion for a while Andrews So far this is the only diagnosed case of giardia lamblia in the Bulverde The organisms ability to cause illness depends a great deal on the health of the water supply engineer with the Texas Department of Healths District 9 office in A single isolated case is not much to worry Though it is found in surface water we have also seen outbreaks in day care centers because it travels hand to Balucek Within a if one person gets the others need to be careful about washing their Hand washing and clean food handling techniques protect people better than the health official Other than humans the only animals that transmit giardia is And there arent many of them in this part of the Balucek Sports LUeekend Cougars vie for state berth Saturday 8A New Braunfels Herald New Texas 108 Friday May 25 Cents 24 Sections Reagan takes tax reform on the road WASHINGTON AP As President Reagan begins stumping the country for his tax overhaul himself as tax payers against arid bureaucrats who have been in Washington too long and are a little slow to catch Reagan was flying today by helicopter to Pennsylvania to carry his message to the Great Valley Corporate a complex of high technology and service industries occupying 32 buildings in Malvern southwest of Dave a spokesman for Pennsylvanias Republican Richard said Reagan wanted to visit Pennsylvania because of his interest in advanced technololgy and because the state has an easily understood tax system with simple a goal of the presidents On in 15minute speeches in and Reagan sounded the note of an outsider impatient with the Washington establishment and seeking relief for a beleaguered If I sound like Im talking about government as something I he told a crowd estimated at more than outside a restored colonial capitol building at When we who are now there start Jacking about government as we jnsjtead of weve been there too Reagan The which Reagan in serted into his prepared was v greeted by laughter and He repeated it to a slightly larger crowd in a parking lot outside the Winnebago County adding thaUt is the advice he gives to members of his ad Although Reagan was heckled by a small band of demonstrators in cluding four barebreasted young women and two nude men in he got a generally warm Ive been asking people in formally about tax reform wherever I he told the courthouse The answers are just the same every place I know of except for one city Sometimes folks back there are a little slow to catch The White House announced Reagan will speak in Oklahoma City and Atlanta next Wednesday and in Atlanta and on Spokesman Larry Speakes said the presidents tax plan would be the main Speakes said plans for the following week were not firm but chances are we will be making one trip or Certainly it is our intention to go on the said Edward director of the White House political Rollins said tentative plans for a speech this week in New York were scrapped partly because the White House didnt want to start the campaign in a debate with See Page 12A Inside Water Watch This mornings low was and yesterdays high was Sunset will be at and sunrise Saturday will be at Carnal samel Canyon same Canyon Dam same Edwards down Canyon Lake down CLASSIFIED 212B COMICS 10A CROSSWORD 2B s Weather Comal County forecast calls for partly cloudy and hot today and becoming mostly cloudy and warm Winds Will be southerly near 15 miles per hour today and decreasing to 510 mph f he high today will be in the mid low tonight in the low and a on Saturday in thhe low 90s DEARABBY 2B DEATHS 2A ENTERTAINMENT HOROSCOPE OPINIONS 4A RELIGIOUS FOCUS 5A SPORTS STOCKS 3A TV LISTINGS 10A WEATHER 3A PERYL CLARK HERALD ZEITUNG One two to go Unicorn Stadiums field was a sea of caps and gowns as New Braunfels High seniors rehearse for the real thing The real thing happened Thursday night at Cougar and Canyon senior Clariece Friesenhahn is caught up in the emotion of becoming an ex student as she gets a post commencement Canyon seniors concluded graduation by tossing their caps in the air on the far side of the then accepted congratulations from fellow parents and NBHS graduation is tonight at while Smithson Valley com which features remarks by Tom begins at ROSERI JOHNSGM HERALD ZEITUNG Coffee break Stroke of luck helps officer nab aliens By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer A cup of coffee helped put an im migrations officer at the right time and place Thursday to catch 18 illegal aliens riding in a van on in terstate I had just had coffee with Police Chief Burney and was on my way to work in San Antonio when I observed the said Charles an antismuggling of ficer with the Immigration anil Naturalization I turned on it the van about at and followed it back to New Thats when I called for assistance just north of the Guadalupe River he New Braunfels Police David Wilson and patrolman Martin Meyer responded to Williamsons call for help around When we were having Burney had joked with me about I never came to see him unless I wanted I said I didnt want then I turn around and bring 18 people in at one Williamson The van Pedro Martinez Jaimes and his cousin Alejandro have been charged with the illegal transportation of Williamson said they were being held without bond in a federal but he wasnt sure whether it was the facility in Bastrop or this group had been caught three times within a twoday period by the Border Patrol The fourth they had gotten See Page 12A In the interim County should get goahead on alternate flood map County representatives found out Wednesday that the county will probably be iUowed to use an alternate map until the appeal of the 1984 flood plain map is Both the city and county have filed separate appeals of the 1984 Federal Emergency Management Ad ministration flood plain fhe city recently found out that the information gathered by the Espey Huston and the engineering firm that proved the FEMA map could be incorporated in flood plain map and used by the city until the appeal process is Meeting in the city manager of New Braunfels and What we were told is that once a valid appeal is local entities have wide discretion on what map they may Casteel FEMA compromised on a flood plain map for the Developer Rob Eversberg and Carter Casteel also attended the meeting as representatives of con cerned citizens and asked about the county What we were told by FEMA is that once a valid appeal is as we have in this the local entities have wide discretion on what map they may use until the appeal is Casteel said in an interview after the County Commissioner Jumbo County Engineer Clark Mac McCoy and ad ministrative assistant Mary Brotze met with Eversberg and Next a meeting between Ever Evans and McCoy is needed to look at the information and see which map the county should Then commissioners court will have to adopt the The elevations out in the county of the river level are not as far off as in the city on the Eng study the one that FEMA used for the 1984 Casteel but all of the in formation from our engineers study show similar findings for out in the The study had to cover a much larger area that was more scarcely so the elevations were more spread out and therefore gave a sketchier picture on the county ap she LILLIAN THOMAS   

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