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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 5, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas NASA reschedules launch of Space Shuttle pmovefy CAPE AP The lauHchof space and a fiveman crew has been rescheduled for five days iaterthan The schedule change does not reflect any technical pfobleffl Seepages Longhorns race past Baylor in SWG opener The Texas Longhorns opened the 1989 Southwest Conference basketball race Wednesday night with a 10585 victory over Baylor in front of more than fans in It was the sixth time the Long horns have eclipsed the 100point mark this Seepages j I I 7 r0 WJr 37 j I SH I HO 22 01 BPOOKHOLLOW PLZ 3 no TX 76006 of earning more AUSTIN AP Southwestern Sell telephone which has proposed a plan it says would spur the state s economic denied a charge that it appears to be earning million more a year than it See Page 12 New Braunfels 39 707 Lancia New Texas Zeituno 377880 5126259144 Thursday January 1989 25 Cents Board expels eighth grader Trustees of New Braunfels Independent School District voted to expel a New Braunfels Middle School Student during a meeting Tuesday The board expelled the female eighth grader from New Braunfels Middle School for the remainder of the school for marijuana Shewas a resident of Teen One other student has been expelled from New Braunfels MiddleSchool this school Five students were expelled from the campus last school No students have been expelled from New Braunfels High School this school Two students were expelled last NBISD trustees also met in executive session Tuesday for the first of three sessions to evaluate Superintendent Charles By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer Beautiful terrain and the abundance of farms in New Braunfels may sell a Utah television production company on filming a commercial Were working in the area between San Antonio and Austin for a couple of weeks and New Braunfels was one of the areas we had thought said Wildwood Productions producer Virginia Wildwood Productions will announce its chosen location next The plans to film a commercial for Texas Ford Motor What were looking for is a pictur esque old bam to paint a big logo Himebaugh I was looking at the map and I thought New Braunfels sounded like a German town and German towns have some really nice looking she Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce officials are working with sites the Im working with some people in town trying to locate some sites for said Mike director of the chambers convention and visitors Right in the middle of this they might be coming into town and checking out a couple of he If the film crews come to New Braunfels the great ttori and all its benefits it may lead to other filmihgs and Meek So you always want to coop erate on things like Television commercials usually dont identify an Meek So theres not any shortterm gain from a chamber or city being involved in this as far as getting your name identifica tion We would love for somebody to film a movie here he Wildwood Productions has filmed commercials for Ford for 10 Himebaugh JWVWPl New Braunfels Police Department Detective Doug Dunlap checks out the delivery truck stolen this morning during its rounds in the Police officers arrested two suspects after a Photos by Deryl Clark School funding battle Attorneys preparing case for Texas Supreme Court AUSTIN AP The legal battle over public school funding will now go to the Texas Supreme attor neys for both after a lower court refused a second hearing of the On the 3rd Court of which earlier upheld the states school financing denied a request for a Poor school districts that filed the lawsuit against the state financing system sought the rehearing last month after the Austinbased 3rd Court issued a 2il ruling in favor of the That 14 ruling overturned a 1987 ruling by State District Judge Harley who had declared the system saying it denied equal access to state funds by all See Page 2 74 million million million million million million 11 million f4J iw igp Building activity remains steady By DAVID BUIUTA iMHWrilir Building activity in New Braun fels during 1918 was with the number pf new singlefamily singlefamily residence permits ii 1986 and 186 in 198S Were suill breaWng the 100 said MUce pity In builders applied for 110 swglefamily residenee pennits coward to 116 applications Is vjlflfTff for 123 ly feeling the effects of an eco uomic but not as severe ly as other Permit values for 1988 totaled approximately million com pared million in 1987 aod million in Shands attri butes the djop in pennit values to a sluggish Were seeing a lowering of permit Shands A permit for a singlefamily resi dence previously valued at now could be valued at 2 Catch of the day Aquatics director Marcus and parks employee Louis Delacruz fish out some Rainbow Trout from a holding tank in the The fish will make a noon meal Friday for senior citizens and disabled persons who participate in the Community Council of South Centra Texas elderly nutrition program at the Rec Parks employee s are stocking the pool this week in anticipation of Troutfest which opens Saturday for a For more information about Troutfest cay trie Parks and Recreation Department at Photo by DeryJ Clark One 12 Pages Police capture truck thieves Employees of Butter Krust Thrift Store were surprised to find their truck had been stolen this morning when they stopped to deliver goods at a local convenience At approximately two Latin males stole the Butter Krust truck parked at the Circle K conveni ence store on West San Antonio said New Braunfels Police Department spokesman Martin The workers had gone in the store to Mayer A police detective noticed the truck and pursued it after the police dis patcher announced a Butter Krust truck had been The chase continued on Interstate 35 and in the Rush Lane and Solms Road When the suspects bailed out in the Rush Lane law enforcement officials chased the men on Sus pects were arrested at approximately 9 Good day Scattered showers were expected today with the high reaching 76 The overnight low will be around 50 Friday will be a nice day with clear skies and a high of 75 Inside 6 3 DEAR 89 TV 6 2 Stammtisch Anyone who can read knows that men wearing NBU hard hats and NBU name tags on their shirts are employees of New Braunfels but we all know that Harold cant The two NBU employees in Wednes days HeraldZeilung were identi fied as parks but Ray Villarreal and Jesse Ybarra arc the NBU employees who were feeding Christmas trees for the tree mulching program being sponsored by the parks department and By the the program con tinues through Friday at the springfed popl parking lot in Landa NBU is doing the mulching work and the parks department will use the tree by products in its planting Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce will host its annual banquet 27 and members of the decorating committee desp erately are seeking donations of old cowboy boots to use as part of the They need lots of em and if you got new boots for this would be a good way to get rid of the old Drop your boots off at the cham ber office on Seguin or if you cant get by call 6252385 and someone will come and pick up the boots for The Charles Rose Agency will offer a Defensive Driving class 10 and 12 from 6 to 10 at Canyon High Call 6258081 or 6258576 to sign Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8800 in Staruville will host a Ptflf 2
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