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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 3, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                boys and in key matchups Page 5 Tuesday New Braunfels New Texas 24 February 25 Cents One 10 Pages stammtisch House fire Pat and Hortense Hernandez son Is not named Marion as reported in last Sundays Marion is the Hernandez daughterinlaw and married to their son Sorry about Marion and Pat and readers will are the recipients of the 1986 Besserung the highest recognition made by the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Com Vivian Reagan was nice enough to send us a letter ot praise for chief photographer Deryl Clark I want you to know that I really ap preciated the coverage you gave our Seele Elementary School Good You are very good with Reagan And your congeniality was The photograph was most Thank Deryl and his are expecting their second child in a few so Deryl of the Herald will have more of a chance to practice his parenting Are you into African violets If you are and do so you have the patience of a saint and the touch of a Harold tried to raise some once and killed 30 worth in one But then Harold could kill Johnson the Magic Knight Afircan Violet Society of San Antonio will hold its annual show and sale entitl ed February Features Violets at lower 5 to 9 and 9 to 5 There are a lot of violet lovers out which only goes to show that true love is hard New Braunfels own dapper Doug Miller has made the big State Edmund Kuempel has named Miller as a delegate to the Texas Small Business Conference to be held in Austin Organizers of the event expect par ticipants to examine ways to en courage smallbusiness growth in BUI Clements will ad dress the Way to Yeeha Dig out your saddle and tack and pull on your boots its almost San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo time and Gene Moeller of New Braunfels have been named chairmen of Hill Country Day to be held Moeller says this special day is a chance for the Hill Country to really show off its unique Anyone interested in participating should call the Moellers at 625 Speaking of anyone in terested in adopting a few wild horses The Bureau of Land Management is looking for homes for some misplaced you can have as many as wild horses if you The catch is you must be able to provide corral personnel and supplies for the not to mention veterinary care and farrier Interested folks can get more in formation by calling the BLM at 505 Jim the man who has led the fighting Unicorns to will be a featured speaker at several football clinics this Last Streety spoke at the Whataburger Coastal Bend football Clinic in Corpus Christi where he discussed the Unicorn Streety will make an address at the Baylor University Football Clinic in Gnat Teafl better watch And in between the bwger and the Baptist Streety wUl speak at the Capltoj of FoptbaJH A 3yearold boy confesses to starting a fire at 243 Mesquite Fire Marshal Elroy Friesenhahn said the boy was playing with his grandmothers cigarette lighter in the upstairs bedroom of the house when the fire broke The house belongs to Delia No one was injured in the fire and firefighters extinguished the flames during the early Friesenhahn Damage to the house was set at Friesenhahn PhotWCptMW said Felipe Delgado of Cotulla reported the fire when he arrived at the house and saw smoke coming out of the Delgados wife and son were visiting his motherinlaw in the house when the fire broke Freisenhahn said the fire started on a dresser where several flammable cosmetics were The fire marshal said the childs curiosity about fire is perfectly Corridor Council well in economic slump By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer The executive director of the Greater AustinSan Antonio Corridor Council said Monday that the council is alive and The current economic slump does not mean the end of the he Were still doing what we have been said Paul the councils top executive Were getting membership renewals and were still economical ly body thought we were going to be a two or three year thing when we started and no bodys giving up on us Edwards remarks come after more than a year of a decline in economic development in the cor ridor He said that although growth in the area is he ex pects it to turn around and warns that reports of the councils death are greatly The New Braunfels City Council voted recently not to renew its membership in the That membership expires in Ed wards saidThe citys dues total Last the New Braunfels Utilities board of directors decided continue membership in the council but to scrutinize the benefits of the organization before renewing again next NBUs annual dues are Tom executive director of the New Braunfels Chamber of Com said his organization will soon be facing a decision of whether to continue membership in the coun He said be hasnt given the membership question much thought before membership payments become he plans to reconsider the bwelits of the bout the city counci Theyve done some direct things that have been a but I think its im possible to put a price tag on those I feel the com mittee involved didnt do what it should do to bring the communities into the decisionmaking Tom Purdum Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce this area has been Pur dum pointed to the 1985 visit by delegation of Japanese businessmen to the AustinSan Antonio area as one of the triumphs of the Theyve done some direct things that have been a benefit but I think its impossible to put a price tag on those Purdum The chamber spokesman added that he was not satisfied with the way the corridor council handled a proposal to build a parkway linking Austin and San Antonio east of Interstate 35 I feel the committee involved didnt do what it should to bring the communities into the decision making he The Texas Department of Highways and Public Transportation has initiated a study to determine a route for a proposed highway connecting Austin and San The highway would bypass New Braunfels and run from Georgetown south through Guadalupe County to Interstate 10 east of San Purdum said the most Important aspect of the corridor council has been that it has provided a platform or fojvro through can keeo and share 9SS1WP The coyncil ticularly in as a place that people look at as a place for in Edwards When we no one in Japan knew where we he Since the cor ridor councils this area has become wellknow among Japanese Edwards added that he thinks the smaller cities in the corridor area will recover from the current economic slump quicker than Austin or San He added since one new business could dramatically affect the economy of New Braunfels or San the larger cities will have a harder time developing NBISO trustees are taking hard stand on drugs By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer The New Braunfels ISD school board is taking a hard stand on drugs and local students are bearing the brunt of the Since the Texas Legislature chang ed House Bill 72 restrictions pro hibiting expelling NBISDs board has removed nine students from local Seven of those students were expelled for drug related Of the nine students expelled since seven were middle school students and two were in high Those numbers include four middle school students expelled 19 for possession or distribution of mari Two 12yearold girls were among those expelled None of the expelled students will be allow ed back to school until the summer session We made it very clear to students that we would not allow any alcohol or drugs on said Bob NBISD board He added that violators of that restriction stand a good chance of being remov ed from school for the remainder of the Were not so naive to think that were going to eliminate it or make students not take drugs or he But we arent go ing to stand for it in our got more than the one student involved in any of weve got to look out for the balance of the student Self said sending violators to the Teen Connection alternative school was not allowed because it would not be a serious Thats no penalty at he You have to realize theyre going to have to be responsible for their actions sooner or We need to impress that on them when theyre very not going to get a slap on the wrist by New Braunfels Independent School Under the original HB 72 the school board was not allowed to expel students until they had first been transferred to an alternative See Page 2 g is after me Man ransacks motel room nftis i wr w M u suspected of being on narcotics enron a rampage with a local motel Sunday tf screaming Satan is after Keht present ad dress was taken by EMS personnel to McKenna Memorial Hospital for a possible heavily damaging the room hewas occu pying Sunday at the Eeonotel 815 Interstate 35 He subdued by who has a history of incidents at the police depart was very violent according to accounts of the He admitted to authorities that a The incident began when the clerk on duty knocked on Kruegers room asking him to open the Krueger reportedly asked the clerk if he was Satan because Satan was after him told the clerk he was shooting his gun with his left hand because the devil was controlling his left Police recovered a caliber Rossi handgun along with a spent and a live round of ammunition in1 side the v Krueger also rambled about the Contra Rebels and my Swaggart as saying Swaggart was coming to get He totally wrecked the a police spokesperson Drug dogs lead to N BHS bust New Braunfels Police arrested a New Braunfels High School janitor earlier today for possession of mari juana after a controlled substance was discovered by drug sniffing dogs on school property iast Ricardo has been Motorcycle mishap charged with a class B misdemeanor for possession of marijuana of less than two Justice of the Peace Harold Krueger issued a warrant for the mans arrest and set bond at See Page A G to renew But the other the wridor coun cil Hm not beej aj acUve he addin TWmsr q comcU Is or tint weve gotten together to store Involved to share concerns and ideas tor dealing with common problems such as water and ecojaojnjic The cflwncije director said plans for 1987 caJU continuin flbojwt the I tbjnk thai cor comers etlort through the media to mate people more aware of cajl ww primary accomplish ment the profile that the AustinSan egUxi hffi devfitoped and par A San Marcos unidentified as of was treated and released by AAeKenna memorial Hospital after losing cojitroj oj his on the northpoynd IH35 Access Road about Police reported the maji turn up onto the when to   

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