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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 11, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas State go s to court to stop HOUSTON AP Texas state officials pitted against the Department of Agriculture today will try to convince a panel of federal appeals judges to impose a quarantine on Florida citrus entering the Astros deal with Yanks for pitcher Rick Rhoden The Houston Astros acquired righthanded pitcher Rick Rhoden from the New York Yankees Tuesday for three minoMeague Going to New York are outfielder John Fishel and pitchers Pedro de Leon See Page 12A 110 sfor nth TX Making soup can Almost any meat or meaty bones can serve as a and any mix of favorite vegetables cafi add color and pleasing See Pages 12 B New Braunfels 43 707 Lancia New Texas 78130 DSPS Zeituno 377880 5126259144 Wednesday January 1989 25 Cents Two 22 Pages City task force confronts Freshman phenom neighborhood By DAVID BUI LTA StaffWrlter New Braunfels City Manager Paul Grohman believes a task force he organized to address prob lems of substandard weedy and other potential fire and health hazards is Grohman task which he organized after requests from the Mill Street Area Association to confront did an outstanding job of addressing the Mill Street areas The task along with neighborhood improved the overall appearance of the neighborhood as well as alleviated many health and safety problems previously endured by the Grohman We are a helping but with this neighborhoods can be changed The task force issued more than 300 citations for noncompliance with city Grohman said the cleanup which followed the violations apparently prompted others to improve their prop erties as It is a matter of of demon strating the willingness to work he The task force now is working on violations throughout New We will address obvi ous as well as review complaints from Grohman The task forces good work go hand in hand with what the Safe City Commission and our police department are trying to accomplish bybringing neighborhoods together and curtail lowlevel he The task force will survey the city on a regular The number of citations issued for violations may decrease because many the current cases are approaching their court Good day Skies will remain mostly cloudy through Todays high is expected to reach 70 degrees under mostly cloudy skies with a chance for The low tonight will be 59 Thurs day will be cooler with 65 for the The low Thursday night will be Inside 5A DEAR TV 4B Stammtisch There are two Crossword Puz zles in todays paper for your puzzling the puzzle on Page 3A is the real puzzle for The puzzle on Page 5A is the puzzle that should have run Tuesday it con tains the answers to the puzzle that ran Sorry for the Because of a heavy immuniza tion the County Health Department has added two extra days per month for jnfant immuni We get a lot of infants arid we want improve our ser said county health nurse Shes The health department will give immuniza infants 12 months and on twp Monday noons each Parents MUST caJJfQr an appointment for the Mojpijay infant McWilliams M8y dping we will have more tQ help moms if they she Qo legulaj immunization wffvjust nt The health rtfnjent immunizations Wednesday from 9 to 11 and 1 to I McWilliajns exjraiiifaju atioiii jays wijl relieve the Jtf the heavy Wednesday Claims conspiracy against business Henry lawsuit delayed A lawsuit filed against City of New Braunfels in District Court by a local business has been delayed Jury selection for a lawsuit filed against the city by owners of Schlitterbahn and Landa Resort was postponed Monday because Judge Hippo who was to hear the was hospitalized with Jury selection has not been The trial will be pushed back until the District Court docket has County changes for commissioners room for a threeweek Numerous former and current city employees and other New Braunfels area residents had been called to Plaintiffs in the case are Gary Henry and Jeff The Henry family filed the federal suit against the city in 1984 alleging city officials and others conspired to put the family out of business through a campaign of misinformation and other Comal County Commissioners Monday agreed to change ihe Thurs day meeting dates to Wednesdays to accommodate Precinct 1 Commis sioner Jumbo who serves on the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commer ce state affairs will be attending bimonthly state chamber of commerce meetings during the legi slative session in Commissioners still will meet the second Monday of each to state Precinct 4 Commissioner Clyde Jacobs was the only commissioner to oppose the Deadlines for submission of full meeting and complete information regarding items to be listed on agendas is 9 Friday for Wednesdays meeting and 2 Thursday for Mondays Also Monday District Attorney Bill Reimer asked commissioners to See Page 2A Freshman Tiffany Friesenhan scored 16 of her gamehigh 22 points in the second half as Smithson Valley rallied to defeat New Braunfels 6562 on the opening night of the District 284A girls basketball Friesenhahn said the constet was the greatest game Ive ever played in my For a complete look at Tuesdays girls and boys basketball See Page 11 Photo by Deryl Clark Just practicin The first infant immunization day will fee you may make the mandatory by fiftUini BV MfiWUliims says sh still has fly available and you cja get shot each Wednesday no WW Post 8800 w fviUe wiU host Hobo Dance Saturday from 9 to 1 Soujhbpund Band will play to in hobo will ha awarded to f 3PPK W till tfee pems who wearing JMSt aytheiUicappearing Uobo be sewed begW Barrera to speak at GOP luncheon Former Judge of the 144th Judicial District Court of Bexar Roy Barrera will be the guest speaker at the 16 membership luncheon the New Braunfels Republican Barrera was assistant criminal dis trict attorney for Bexar County in 1976 and served as felony and misde meanor prosecutor from 1976 to Clements appointed Barr era a state district judge in 1980 and he served in that post until His elected term as judge of the 144th Judicial District Court of Bexar Coun ty was from 1982 to Barrera was the Republican nomi nee for Texas Attorney General in 1986 and is expected to try for that position His father was appointed by former John Con nally as Texas Secretary of State in who received his law degree in also was appointed vice chairman of the Governors Task Force on the Criminal Justice System by Clements in 1983 and National Correspondent to the United Nations in the field of Crime Preven tion by President Reagan The public is invited to the free luncheon at the Civic 380 and guests are asked to bring a salad or Meat will be pro Hospitality begins at See Page 2A Roy Barrera Kewan Natalie Saunrieii wtgr ind a bridgi Hssjislby tht Wtw Fair Trfyf imwnfeJs Citizens question cable rate hike New Brauijfels Cable Communications customers are paying more for cable service each month and have two additional Some New Brauniels residents Monday night ques tioned City Cpuncil about the rate The 1984 Cable Act took away a citys right to set cable so pouncil was not able to take action regarding the rate Bjpc cajjle rates increased from u as of Were not out of said Mark mana ger of New Braunfels Cable Communications explaining rates for cable service in area towns are much havent hadi any writteri service is in in and ra Round Morrison said cable rates Braunfels increased by 65 cenjs last year with no new New Braunfels Cable Communications customers now Crime program offers rewards Crime Stoppers is asking for help this week in sol ving the Crime of the Week involving a suspect who worked hard to drive a car off Wendell and Sons Used Car Between the hours of 29 and 8 a 1974 yejlow Ford Mustang was taken from the lot at 1095 8 The suspect worked hard at getting ihe Mustang because two vehicles had to be moved in order to remove the vehicle from the parking The license plate on the vehicle was removed and left Earlier 29 at approximately 6 a suspect went to the car lot and asked to lest drive the He took the vehicle and returaed This suspect be responsible for removing the vehicle from thelot that The perpetrator has been described as a black male Seo Page 2A
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