New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 4, 1987, Page 6

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 04, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Texas October chorus to highlight concert Jaycee Mark distributes the circus tickets that have been donated by area citizens to organizations such as Sharon Peltier of River and Bobby Me Meens of the Christian Photo by Deryl Jaycees New Braunfels Jaycees are spon soring the first annual ThreeRing Benefit Circus Monday at the Comal County This will as we the ab solute best circus show in New said Jaycee President Frank Two twohour and 20minute shows are scheduled at and that The audience will watch ac tion in three rings with more than 100 including ing circus to town Monday elephants and Circus Valentine is bringing the circus to town to help the Jaycees raise funds to continue the clubs community Tickets will be sold by telephone and at the gate or call Fami ly tickets are and will admit two adults and five children or one adult and seven Persons who do not wish to actually go to the but who want to help out may purchase tickets to be given to childen who otherwise wouldnt be able to Call Mark Brown at Wendell and Sons Auto for more information about tickets for underprivileged groups or Some citizens of the community already have donated tickets to Com munity Service Teen Connec River Christian Corral and the child protection and foster care divisions of the Texas Department of Human Harpist Shana Norton and the Mid Texas Symphony Chonw will be featured at the 4 concert of the MidTexas Symphony at the Civic Center Norton will be performing Concer tino for harp and Orchestra by Mario Norton has with Julia Hermann Ed former principal harp with the Dallas and with Eilenne Malone of the Eastman School of She is a regular per former with the Abtltne Philhar monic with whom she will be a guest artist in the Brazos Valley and the Southwest Chamber The Symphony under the direction of James Bert Neely of Southwest Texas State will perform This is My and Battle Hymn of the Republic in commemoration of the bicentennial of the signing of the Other selections on the afternoons program will include Rossinis Semiramide Strauss Perpetual and Frederick Deltas Walkt to Paradise Gaden from The Romeo and The orchestra will be conducted by Akira who appeared with the local symphony twice during the 198787 at which times he was applauded by musicians and au dience Season tickets are priced at for for college students and senior and for students through high The or chestra season features six concerts equally divided between New Braunfels and Tickets are available in Seguin at the MidTexas Symphony office at Texas Lutheran Colleges Jackson Auditorium and at Shanoah Frame In New tickets may be Shana Norton purchased at Rogers Music and Krause The MidTexas Symphony Guild will host a reception following the concert to honor orchestra members and guest Mexican shoppers boycotting over Texas liability law AUSTIN AP Mexican shop pers are staying away from Texas businesses in the wake of a new state law requiring nonTexans to carry automobile liability insurance while driving in the Officials from Ciudad Juarez to who have urged a boycott of Texas have made charges of discrimination over the The which took ef fect expands the auto liability insurance requirement that already applied to Texas businesses along the border say they are losing millions of dollars since the new law took effect and in formal boycott Their retail sales have dropped 20 percent to 60 the Austin American Statesman reported Because Mexican shoppers ac count for most of the retail sales along the Executive Director Paul Lazovick of the El Paso Downtown Development Association This is the biggest blow to businesses here since when the peso was first Hector Mendoza y the Mexican consul general in San An Adas Ceramics Ceramics i Stained tlatt Greenware Firing Bisque Macco Paints Srains thru said he does not think the law discriminates against because it applies to all he the law is nonetheless prejudicing both Texas businesses and Mexican Both sides are and the resulting ill will might linger until the law can be repealed or Mexican authorities along the border have called for demonstra boycotts and bridge blockades to show displeasure with the new re In Ciudad Mexicos ruling the has urged a boycott of Texas businesses until the law is The law has been depicted as an offense against Mexican sovereignty and another attempt to discriminate against But the Senate sponsor of the bill in the 1987 Legislature said the uproar is If it is a good law for then it ought to be a good law for Hector D There is nothing discriminatory about and those who say that it havent done their How can Mexican officials claim it is discrimination when the bill was cotauuuy extends an invitation to Bible Study The Book of Beginning September 29 Lunch Bible Study 12 Noon f sponsored by two Hispanics Lribe Alejandro Moreno D was the House sponsor of the Before the law took Texas was the only state that exempted nonresidents from carrying automobile liability Uribe I am surprised that the government of Mexico has not criticized all the other border states for laws that have been on their books for Insurance agents say a twoday policy costs between and and a fullyear policy can cost as much as Department of Public Safety of ficials say they are allowing a 90day grace period before they will begin issuing tickets to nonTexans without proof of liability insurance We want to allow people to educated about the law We will issue warnings until Dec said DPS spokesman David Wells Troopers will cite drivers not car rying proof of insurance only when they are stopped for some other traf fie Wells He said there is no effort to single out Mex ican motorists COMAL SADDLERY S WESTERN WEAR inr r EVERYDAY LOW PRICES Mens Ladies 733 Hunter Junction Village of Gruene I New Tx I 6294900 I Closed Monday 106 Weekdays 108 Weekends Best Foot Forward Steven OWonwteAiiMricaii fcirttry FIT f OUR STRIDE Shoe 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