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 Page 6 A Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels, Texas Sunday. October 4. 1987 Harpist, chorus to highlight concert Jaycee Mark Brown, middle, distributes the circus tickets that have been donated by area citizens to organizations such as Sharon Peltier of River Gardens, left, and Bobby Mc-Meens of the Christian Corral. (Photo by Deryl Clark). Jaycees bringing circus to town Monday New Braunfels Jaycees are sponsoring the first annual Three-Ring Benefit Circus Monday at the Comal County Fairgrounds ' This will be. as we believe, the absolute best circus show in New Braunfels,” said Jaycee President Frank Witting Two two-hour and 20-minute shows are scheduled at 4 .30 and 7:45 p m that day The audience will watch action in three rings with more than IOO performers, including lions. elephants and bears Circus Valentine is bringing the circus to town to help the Jaycees raise funds to continue the club's community projects Tickets will be sold by telephone and at the gate or call 620-6955. Fami ly tickets are $24 and will admit two adults and five children or one adult and seven children Persons w ho do not wish to actually go to the circus, but w ho w ant to help out may purchase tickets to be given to childen who otherwise wouldn't be able to go Call Mark Brown at Wendell and Sons Auto Sales. Inc , for more information about tickets for underprivileged groups or organizations Some citizens of the community already have donated tickets to Com munity Service ('enter Teen Connection. River Gardens. Christian Corral Ranch, and the child protection and foster care divisions of the Texas Department of Human Resources Harpist Shana Norton and the Mid-Texas Symphony Chorus will be featured at the 4 p m concert of the Mid-Texas Symphony at the Civic Center today. Norton will be performing Concertino for harp and Orchestra by Mario Castelnuobo-Tedeseo Norton has studied with Julia Hermann Edwards, former principal harp with the Dallas Symphony, and with Eilenne Malone of the Eastman School of Music She is a regular performer with the Abiline Philharmonic (with whom she will be a guest artist in November!, the Brazos Valley Symphony, and the Southwest Chamber Orchestra The Symphony Chorus, under the direction of Dr. James Bert Neely of Southwest Texas State University, will perform “America.” “This is My Country." and "Battle Hymn of the Republic” in commemoration of the bicentennial of the signing of the U.S. Constitution Other selections on the afternoon s program will include Rossini's Semiramide Overture. Strauss’ Perpetual Motion, and Frederick Delius Walkt to Paradise Gaden from “The Village. Romeo and Juliet.” The orchestra will be conducted by Akira Undo, who appeared with the local symphony twice during the 1987-87 season, at which times he was applauded by musicians and au dience alike Season tickets are priced at $37 50 for adults. $25 for college students and senior citizens, and $12 50 for students through high school The or chestra season features six concerts equally divided between New Braunfels and Seguin Tickets are available in Seguin at the Mid Texas Symphony office at Texas Lutheran College’s Jackson \uditonum and at Shanoah Frame Shop In New Braunfels tickets mas I** Shana Norton purchased at Rogers Music and Krause Book store The Mid Texas Symphony Guild will host a reception following the concert to honor orchestra members and guest artistsMexican shoppers boycotting over Texas' liability law AUSTIN i.AP Mexican shop pers are staying away from Texas businesses in the wake of a new state law requiring non-Texans to carry automobile liability insurance while driving in the state Officials from Ciudad Juarez to Matamoros, who have urged a boycott of Texas companies, have made charges of discrimination over the law The measure, which took ef feet Sept I, expands the auto liability insurance requirement that already applied to Texans Texas businesses along the border say they are losing millions of dollars since the new law took effect and in formal boycott began Their retail sales have dropped 20 percent to 60 percent, the Austin American Statesman reported Saturday Because Mexican shoppers account for most of the retail sales along the border. Executive Director Paul Lazovick of the El Paso Downtown Development Association said. “This is the biggest blow to businesses here since 1982 ” when the peso was first devalued Hector Mendoza y Camano the Mexican consul general in San An tonio, said he does not think the law discriminates against Mexicans, because it applies to all non-Texans However, he said. the law is nonetheless prejudicing both Texas businesses and Mexican shoppers Both sides are losing and the resulting ill will might linger until the law can be repealed or moderated Mexican authorities along the border have called for demonstrations. boycotts and bridge blockades to show displeasure w ith the new re quirement In Ciudad Juarez Mexico’s ruling party, the PKI, has urged a boycott Ada's Ceramics 1702 Wald Rd Ceramics & Stained Glass •Greenware •Firing •Bisque ‘Maceo Paints *Srains Open: Tues, thru Sat. 9 a m. - 5 p m <2- of Texas businesses until the law is repealed The law has been depicted as an offense against Mexican sovereignty and another attempt to discriminate against .Mexicans But the Senate sponsor of the bill in the 1987 Legislature said the uproar is groundless lf it is a good law for Texas then it ought to t** a good law for everybody.” Sen Hector Uribe D Brownsville said “There is nothing discriminatory about it and those who say that it is haven’t done their homework How can Mexican officials claim it is discrimination when the bill was Hunter Junction Village of Gruene New Braunfels, Tx 629-4900 Closed Monday 10-6 Weekdays 10-8 Weekends iJL3x. (_foxd.o n C. ^jxuiruxni, U^aitor \Kx it U3u.[j C^fiurcfi co xdUiLli) £xtc a ch un invitation to Bible Studv The Book of Beginning Tuesday, September 29 Lunch & Bible Study da h zn 733 CxOll CZ>tX££t ccXcuj jlSiaunfcli, '_7r tai Best Foot Forward by Steven P. Snider, O.P.M. Diplomat*-American Board of Podiatric Surgery FIT TOUR STRIDE Shoe fitting is an art rather than a science It is based on the shoe seller s highly trained sense of ” feel” In fitting shoes a measuring device such as the Brannock metal fitting tray should be used A person should ask to be fitted rather than simply asking for his size The salesperson should measure the foot while the customer is standing Because the left foot is usually the larger of the two feet both feet should be measured, lf there is a considerable difference in size between the feet, a person should choose the larger size and use an inner sole for the smaller foot. By allowing for enough toe room a person can eliminate the source of many foot aches A shoe should be fitted to match the characteristics of the foot lf not measured properly, the foot may strike the ground in an abnormal position, causing injury Taking good care of your feet also includes periodic visits to a podiatrist Contact my office located at 1280 E. Common St., for your family s foot concerns, including ambulatory surgery and sports medicine Office hours by appointment Tel 629-3705. Happy Columbus Day to all' Hint An overly long ' breaking in” period of shoes may cause blisters sponsored by two Hispanics' t rtbe asked Rep Alejandro Moreno Jr I) Edinburg was the House sponsor of the measure Before the law took effect Texas was th** only stale that exempted non residents from carrying automobile liability insurance Uribe said I am surprised that the government ul Mexico has not criticized all the other I Hinter states for laws thai have been on their books for years Insurance agents say a two day policy costs tietween $25 and $4t> and a full year policy can cost as much as Department of Duhhc .safety of finals say they are allowing a 9t>-day grate period t*efore they will t**gin issuing tickets to non Texans without proof of liability insurant i* We want to allow j**tple to get educated aU*ut th** law We will ivsia warnings until I Vt I said HPF spokesman David Wells Troopers will cite drivers not tar rung proof of insurance only when they are slotted for some other traf fit Violation Wells udtled He said there is no effort to single t*ul M« \ lean motoristsEVERYDAY LOW PRICES Men s & Ladies LAY A WAY FOR 30 DAYS    •# i rn WESTERN COUNTRY QUALITY ____? 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