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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 8, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Unicorns now pulling for Cot 13A New Braunfels 217 Kathy a 1972 Braunfels High School graduate and valedictorian and a 1976 graduate of Texas Tech was a win ner on the popular television game show Wheel of Fortune Kathy is now an algebra teacher at Del ttio High School in Del Texas She is also richer and he proud owner of a 1987 Cadillac Allante Roadster valued at The show on which Kathy won all Ihis money and stuff was recorded in September and will x shown on Channel Nov HW7 at 6 p m If youre on cable or live outside the check your local listings Kathy Agnes Lehmann her sister Jean Wilson and a Kalhryn Wilson and Nelson accompanied Kath to the Golden SlaU thai is California i for the recording Make a joyful etc Rehear sals lor the The Mid Texas phon Chorus production ol Handel s The lHc Li in New Brauntels Center have Ugun Kehearsab also i p m loda the same limes on Nov li iandlHx 12 as Texas Lutheran Collfgis Rcviial Hall in Segum If ques tions please call Barbara Cole at IHIOI e j m or after t p m Make another osui HUM i I h Ttxa Mai horus wevt Inc will present of C aba nr beginning at 7 3d p m Saturday 14 tn Ca High xiKnj Ihii will a twohour informal show featuring The South Texas SiHimi mens tartxrstHip chorus Jam SexMnn Star Time and Hie Baliadevr of Iaiuun High school Admission is but l Sou re under o IKJ gel m for Call Linda Mcleak at or more in formation New and 1ro HsMona Women s Club will meit at p m Wednesday n a the Holida Inn off III al Texas uuesl will IxPear llowtdint district director n HIW New Braunfels High Iraiiia iHpartmeiit will M A S 11 at H p m l JM Jl each night and Sundav J at J p ID il the aleloMiHIl itusMon Sand wr mean rsersomis invited to attend Tins a funn show ami the ides plans a 1 nicorn Land worked hard or then 01 inance Now here is an organisation we should ail Umore interested m real interested The Cotuimmits Council ol South CeiHral Texas will hold a public information update program Inginning at 1 p m n in Landa Iark s interested IKMSOIIS See STAMMTISCH Page 2A Its the last of Wurstfest and will tHcouling down around New Braunfels for the next few days A light front will find its to town this even ing just m time to do the chicken dance The high will txHJ and skies will In mostl cloudy with a 4upercent chance of thundershowers in creasing to w this esening as the front moves in Tonight will be windy and cooler with a low of about so Monday have a high of about 70 and about a 30 percent chance of showers The low Monday night will be 45 and the high Tuesday will be about 65 The Menu BUSINESS 1012A 6 11BB 3A 9A 2A 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377 Zeituno Sunday 1987 50 Cents Four 44 Pages Ready for recreation City of Braunfels Parks and Recreation Director David Whatley stands below the goals m trie fefuroisnou Landa parK Recreation Center in Landa Hes holding an architects schematic the center an the improvements in design and aesthetics sPhOIo Ly Dery Rebuilt recreation center will need some equipment SARAH DUKE Stall Wntet Ilir Uiircalkiii ha Liken lemons and made lopnnkh recreation ienlei to Director Whatle Following a devastating fire that gutted the interior ol the building utmost two the New Hraunfels Recreation Center is ex ptvled to IKopen to the public within weeks This the building will Inbetter than ever What weve done is taken a 192us building and turned it into a building The only thing the same is the exterior walls Whatley said The good as new building features air conditioning in meeting something the old building had never seen before a fullsized high school basketball court fits snuggly into the something Whatley said is a step above the two half courts that fit inside before renovation began A carpeted exer cise room overlooks the colorful basketball court and a new venila ion system keeps a breeze rushing through the entire building Were hoping this is not but this is as far as would carry Whatley looking the refur bished but bare room planned to hold weight equipment He and his staff plan to hit the circuit of local civic clubs soliciting donations of money or equipment to make the recreation center more than a nice but a nice building with plenlv ol exercise equipment The cit received an estimated SI ui nm ui insurance following the fire That amount allowed the city to make some major changes to the interior of the including improving the floor plan to make the center more functional Although the contents of the building were Whatley said that money w as used to upgrade the leaving nothing to replace the recreational equipment in the buildme There are a million other things we could do with this building if we just had the money Whatley said He added that the city plans for the building to be a place where students will go after school to shoot some play a little pool or lift weights We can take care of the mckle and dime stuff i like board games and we can handle that What we really want is some stuff that you would want your See REC Page 2A Autopsy shows man died of heart stoppage after fight with ranger A corners investigation into the death last week of a 34yearold man has ruled cardiac arythmia as cause of the mans Judge Harold Krueger said Friday Basically it was a heart attack His heart just said Krueger of John Burnett Warren died the morning of 3 al McKenna Memorial Hospital There were no outward signs like bruises or anything like stated Krueger The Precinct 1 justice of the peace said toxicology analysis revealed no traces of drugs or poisons and that no chemical explanation for the death could be found Krueger ordered the per formed by Travis County medical Warren developed respiratory troubles after being handcuffed by Texas Hanger Ray Martinez at the residence of his parents in the 1200 block of Clear According to New Braunfels the peace officer had been summon ed to the residence by the parents for a domestic dispute involving their When Martinez Warren emerged and wrestled with Martinez who applied An am bulance was then summoned when Martinez determined the man was having trouble breathing Council okays grant request for drainage improvements By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer A group of West End residents gave a collective sigh of relief Friday when the New Braunfels City Council authorized city officials to apply for grant funds to improve drainage in that area of the city Anything would be an improve was the only comment from West End residents who attended a special council meeting Friday after noon The councils action was the first step toward receiving alleviating the flooding that occurs in the area during Development in the area has outgrown the old drainage causing water to stand in the streets following The city is seeking a grant which would be aimed at improving storm sewage facilities near Bergfeld and West End Council set two public hearings Fri day to gather neighborhood input on the proposed drainage improvement project When we met with the neighborhood group to talk about 1 think what was decided was to go back and look at that area to see how much work could get done using the grant City Manager Joe Michie told council members Friday These numbers can change a lit tle he said in referrence to the price tag on the proposed See Page2A Public hearing Monday for 88 county budget Comal County Commissioners have set a public hearing and consideration for approval of the 1988 county budget and 1987 property tax rate for Mondav afternoon The meeting is slated to start at in commissioners court on the third floor of the courthouse an nex Commissioners meet in regular session at 10 preceded by a 9 preagenda workshop Commissioners have given preliminary approval of an Si million including S6 4 in general fund and set a preliminary 1987 ad valorem rate of cents which reflects no increase in last years tax rate County Auditor Bate Bond said that at present there are no major changes to the proposed budget other than minor line item He said several commissioners had ex pressed concern over projected revenues in based on cur rent revenues and projected cost in could leave the county with a We should look more ahead and we try to plan for the said He said at the present spending and income the county may need to look at a future tax increase of 4 or to avoid future During the morning com missioners will cast votes for the Comal Appraisal Districts board of including county represen tative to the board Precinct 2 commissioner consider an outside auditor contract and final ap proval for Eagles Peak Ranch Unit 2 and Big Sky Homecoming queen n Based on a vote of the entire student Ruby Villarreal is the 1987 Homecoming Queen for New Braunfels High The Unicorn queen is escorted by Orly Unicorn defensive The Unicorns celebrated homecoming Friday night with i dance and 147 victory of the Smithson Valleys Rangers at Unicorn Photo by Deryl Clark   

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