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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 5, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                410 MO 5 3 1 0 EMPIRE MICROFILM CO PO BOX 816423 TX 5381 255 Election Page 5A Rangers win in Page 11A Artistic Page IB New Braunfels rJsU New Texas 66 Zeituno Four 40 Pages Sunday 1987 50 Cents A kindhearted soul called Harold this morning to report that she has found a male puppy with German Shepherd Hes wearing a gray collar and shes real concerned about finding his If you lost a puppy in the area of 1330 Summer wood you can go over there to claim Curtis Kelli who is from New is now a sophomore at Baylor University and has just been named to the Deans List at that In To be named to the Deans a student must be an undergraduate with a minimum gradepoint average of be enrolled in a minimum of 15 semester hours and rank in the top third lo seventh percentile of his or her school or Thats hard work and were proud of this Baylor Bear Overeaters Anonymous for Teens an organization and information meeting will be held on Wednesday from to pm at 1875 Kuehler for teenagers who are con cerned about their There are no dues and no fees and this is not a diet For more informa call Nancy at 629397J or 629 A new computer class using Ap pleworks Word Spread Sheet and Data Base programs will begin on The class meets Mondays and Wednesdays from 7 to 930 for six Steve Markins Is the Class will be held at Canyon High For more or to call Community Ed is busy A class on Selling Creative Writing is scheduled to begin on Monday from 7 to 9 for six weeks at Canyon High School Freelance writing will be discussed Bricklaying meets on Tuesday at 7 Class will be held at the cor ner of West San Antonio and Water Lane Wallace Howard is the in structor Canyon Lake Action Center reports that Tom Schafler and his associates will be at the center on Wednesday and on April 15 from 1 to 5 p m to give lastminute help on Income taxes to elderly people A Community Education class on quilled Vests will begin April 13 from Mo 4 p m The classes will continue or seven sessions Call 8854850 or iHH2324 for information or to reregister The Bexar Area Agency on Aging and the Alamo Area Agency on Ag ing will conduct public hearings on their fiscal year 198889 plans at 10 a and p m respectively April lo al the Alamo Area Council of 118 room San Antonio These hearings will be held in conjunction with the Senior Advisory Committee meetings For more contact Minnie K Bexar aging or Frank rural aging at 2255201 It will be yukky outside to with a 50 percent chance of ram and a high in the 60s Kast winds will be about 20 mph The plants need that though The chance of rain will continue until tonight with a low down to 45 Mostly cloudy skies will prevail Mon day with a high near The outlook for Tuesday through Thursday shows no rajn with a high between and 70 a low between 30 and Tht Mtny CU3S1F16Q EDUCATION 4A 1M3A winners Doug with chicken is congratulated by his wile Anne Louise James Goodbread and wife Stephany toast the election Bill Arnold and his wife Gwen are proud winners By DAVIDMAY Staff Writer And the winners are Doug Bill Arnold and incumbent James Goodbread In case you have been away from home or asleep for the last couple of the race was for atlarge representation on New Braunfels City Council The three winners led throughout vote tabulations Saturday night and were never really although candidate hopefuls Gary Henry and Dennis finishing fourth and fifth managed to make it somewhat Interesting an insurance agent running for coun cil a second surpassed Arnold late as the citys top vote finishing with a retired minister and local garnered votes and the in cumbent finished with votes For the Henry tallied Hhoads totaled Dennis Kaderli had 972 Bob Pacharzina finished with 702 Guadalupe Castillo amassed 560 ballots and George Bigley ended up with 77 votes There were 10 writein votes In all four charter amendments passed overwhelmingly by the voters voter turnout of around 20 percent of those See more election results on page 5A The amendment changes passed at nearly a 10tol celebrating victory at home with supporters and said he was honored to serve a second term on I have to say Im excited I am pleased that the people saw fit toreelect he The incumbent noted the tough decisions fac ing the new council members We still need to increase our industrial tax base Therein lies the problems of our Arnold and Miller also thanked their sup porters and looked ahead to the tasks facing them on Im going to work hard for the city and Im very grateful to the citizens of New Arnold The first thing we have got to do is balance the Ive got a lot to the new councilman adding that he enjoyed the which he described as a clean I thank all my friends and We are so fortunate to live in New I am looking forward to working hard and meeting the said who ran for a district seat in According to the newly elected a unified council will be a key to solving pro See Schertz Volunteer Firefighters respond to calls in these trucks Schertz VFDserves growing area County voters approve sales tax By DAVIDMAY Staff Writer Comal County voters approved bet ter than 3tol the creation of a one half cent sales tax in a special elec tion that saw slightly more than 10 percent of registered county voters going to the polls voters within the response area of the Spring Branch Volunteer Fire Department approved a measure that calls for the formation and financing of rural fire protection district at a 171 clip Comal County Commissioners had urged passage of the creation of the sales lax because thev said it would effectively lower property taxes within the county Out of the votes voted in favor of the Twentyfour ballots were negated due to either overor Because of a speaking engage County Judge Fred Clark was not available for comment Saturday night The heaviest turnout occurred in precinct where voters placed ballots Precinct i blew our said County Clerk Hosie who said that was one of several precincts f See Page 5A Girls discover body This inothir in u ot logistical on oluiilcvr inv in and amund and fuun ties The Herald Zeilung publishes these as a public uv to ac quaint readers the backbone o fire protection in rural areas Personnel President Brian Beck Vice President Hugo Acker mann Secretary Clifton Crook Treasurer Scott Lee Fire Chief Fire Marshal Ed ward Melton Assistant Chief Fire Inspec tor Johnny Woodward Board Members Steve Wood Stan Hugo Ruben Harvey J4H Rodriguez and Wayne Flowers SYF1 has four full tune paid 11 part tune paid as wen a volunteers All paid finmen ate tae cer tided 2 gpm pumpers 750 gpm pumpei 1 M gpm pumper Hurst rescue tool n a an To report a fire liiiiirs a la See SCHERTZ Page 2A By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer A Hi sear old girl discovered the bodv of a young woman in a culvert near Interstate ft in ScherU Friday afternoon Comal County Sheriffs Department reports the unidentified white woman died of a drug ovei liOSe Melissa was walking to a convenience store near her home when she wandered down a ditch and glanced into the culvert After seeing the bodv the girl said she told her siici Angle Linn ran to the store 1 he w as A here an V and the both taken to Austin wealed the cause ol death as an overdose ol an unknown said Justice of the Peace R G The aulopsj reports stale the woman was IK to 2u years old and had been dead about four days Melissa Linn was exploring the ditch when she saw a I look ed in the culvert because 1 wanted to see what it was 1 saw something white and then 1 looked at it and saw the lady She was laying face the child said The sisters said they panicked when they found the boh and hoped thev did the nghi thing hv running to a More ol FM 2252 onlH 15 It freaked us out ami we took off See BODY Page 3A Psychic spreading word of minds wonders By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer To Bob jye is just another step on the way to becoming part of the or whatever comes next a selfprofessed psychic and lecturer on the wonders of the said his mission in life is to help people understand their psychic potential Spiritual grpwth is the reason all of us are on earth Life is like game The idea is to make it back to home base and prepare for the next step Some ol us are in left some of us are in the dugout and some of us arent even in the ball Masters calmly sipping coffee The spjul is eternal You have always you always will You come from the universe and return lo the universe One Ule here gaps by pretty quickly and some of waste time You life is You get out of life what you put into he said Were just here to practice 1 have a theory and thats that if were hav ing were 4olng it he said Everyone is psychic Theres nothing extra about extra sensory perception There is a sixth sense and most of us use it more than our other Most people have experienc eleja theyve had a dream thai has come true or had some kind ol mystical experience So its not new Its not new to he said Wasters be m New Braunfels Tuesday to present a lecture on psychic awareness and life after death at 8 at the Holiday Inn on interstate 35 The spiritujj gyide said he will help people learn to use their spiritual gifts Those gifts cgn be divided iAtuAUofl aftql healing Masters sjid everyone has all tour Sqme of us are m left some of us are in the dugout and some of us arent even in the ball Bob Masters gifls some people have just developed a particulars gilts more than others is inner knowing about the future which is premonitions These people are very creative can have lu going dl once he said Individuals with the gift of pro phesy are often night owls because they dont want to miss anything These people can also dream into the future and have their dreams conxe true They make good executives the can plan ahead and delegate Thats where the phone rings and you pick it up and you alread know who it is when you pick Masters said People with the gin ol vision or dream in color In tenor architechts and designers have developed their gilts oi v ision These people have the auih tv to visualize their ideas and create what thev see The have a photographic memors and lhe see auras around the energy field They would rather tali to you m person than over the Masters said Intuition is a spiritual gift whjcb is common in socalled born leaders want to understand They love a challenge They say what they think and theyre straight forward They hear inner voice They hear their name called and their ears ring People hear voices and thats iniui lion he Yiustir tails that in ner voice his fuai inan angel The iourth spiritual gift is that of healing Doctors and nurses have this giH Masters said people with the healing gift are verv warm and car ing Thev also enjov detailed work and like to work with their Healers are doers and they can tell a lot about a person by holding an object Healers like to shake he said Masters lives in New Braunfels but he spends a lot ol time traveling around New Arkansas and Ixjuisiana speading news about the Innei Peace Move ment The active in 30 coun sponsors the free lectures thgt Masters has given through this region The philosphy we work with is See   

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