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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 31, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas                                God didnt give you Cfiftcef is utitieniaijjy ftttiajof but not safily fatal to Use diagnosis thoughts usually emotionally search fof answers to questions like Why Why this Canyon teams fighting for play M009 WEST MICPOPUBLISHIMG 1 BROOKHQLLQW PLZ TE 300 TX 76006 Canyons varsity basketball teams are both trying to keep theif playoff hopes alive in District 184A games Both teams are in third with the Cou gatettes meeting secondplace Clemens at home tonight while the Cougars look for revenge against See Page 7 107 Serpent i special foods As the Year of the Serpent glides in to replace the Dragon share in the festivities to welcome the Chinese New Year If you were lucky enough to be born a Serpent 1951 or you have more than your share of the worlds See Wednesdays Kaleidoscope New Bfaunfels 57 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS Zeituno PS 377880 5126259144 fj Tuesday January 1989 25 Cents One 10 Pages No injuries were reported Monday when a van pulling a trailer rolled over on Interstate 35 blocking traffic for almost 45 said a New Braunfels Hibbard Oren was driving a 1984 Dodge van in the 1600 block of Interstate around 2 when his trailer fishtailed and resulted in an He was not doing anything inpro per he was trying to pass a van and 18wheeler in the inside lane still going the speed limiting apparently and that buffeting just got him and started that trailer swaying side to said officer David The buffeting thrusts were created while Kopp passed the he When the trailer rolled over it rolled the van over and they separated and The trailer landed in the inside lane and the van rested in the outside Traffic was diverted onto the feeder road for 30 to 45 Hogan See Page 2 Celebrating the arts A soldoutcrowd celebrated local visual and per forming arts Sunday night at the ninth annual the Arts sponsored by the Greater New It was a sellout crowd was said director Elizabeth Nearly 40 local including David Houde in All I Seed is a Girl at fol lowed the Lullaby of Broadway theme and entertained in front of a Broadway marqueefilled Along with collage of performing poetry reading and com edy and drama crowds were surrounded with visual including paintings and sculpture by area at Photos by Deryl Clark Officials look at ways to stop school burglary Security surveys of Comal Inde pendent School District schools with in the New Braunfels city limits could end rash of burglaries the district has suffered in recent Basically were looking at the buildings and evaluating potential entry said Martin New Braunfels Police Department crime prevention Were eva and discussing possible solua tions to overcome and place deter rents at points of entry or vulnerable CISD Safe City Commis sion Director Don and Mayer toured Frazier Elementary School and Goodwin Primary School to identify security problems Mon Security at the bus barn in the 1400 block of 81 also was See Page 2 Fires damage home Governor Taxes would stall recovery AUSTIN AP Bill Cle in his state of the state address to the today called on lawmakers to help Texas continue its economic recovery and that additional taxes would stall progress now being Clements speaking to a joint HouseSeriate urged the mer gers of numerous state including several in criminal justice and one which oversees financial He called for a legislative review of the way Texas selects reforms in the way Texans raise campaign and backed the proposed mer gers between the University of Texas and Texas with South Texas But said the key to successes of two to leave taxes The bpttom line iswedo npt need a We must reaclf a con sensus on the budget that fits within our commitment to maintain our eco nomic A tax increase will choke it Clements I oppose a tax increase and that includes extension of the temporary taxes which expire I re emphasize that our economicdeve lopment will be placed in jeopardy by increasing any Some lawmakers have insisted that an additional billion will be needed over the billion in state revenue projected for the 199091 budget Clements indicated support for plan offered by Comptroller Bob Bullock that would give the Legislature that 1 billion by shifting some state monies from various special funds into the allpurpose General Revenue the only Republican governor this said jobs have been created since he took office in 1987 and said continuing that growth is the top priority of his admi nistrations last two At this time in our we have no higher no greater mission than to enhance and expand our economic he Lake center planning fund drive By DAVID BUILTA Staff Writer Canyon Lake Action Center is growing to meet community A fyndraising drive is under way to meet demands placed on the Canyon lake Action which serves the residents of the Canyon Lake has announced Us Plan for a fund drive to raise to add square feet to the facilitys square Were real happy and going ahead said Fran acfion center Its been such a community effort and thatf has pulled us The addition to the center will pro vide space for privacy in interviews and counseling a hall dinners and commodity distribution an area for hobbies and crafts and a social center for and casual On the second Tuesday of each 120 to 140 families are reci pients of government commodities at The centers director and volun develop and conduct prog rams to meet spiritual and emergency needs of the and transients in the It also coordinates efforts of area chur ches and civic With the exception of a paid direc the center is run by senior and vol unteers of the Canyon Lake ity who are guided by Muehleisen and a volunteer 14member board iBoard members are Lee Grif president Leo first vice president Laverne second vice president Mary secret ary Bob treasurer Leonard and Lula Bill Ray Naomi Lillian Calvin David and Lucille Muehleisen will work with build ing committee members Leo Horn Bill and Laverne Cuda Tom Lee Bob Mary Iris Joel and Polly and Lucile Construction is expected to begin See Page 2 Two fires damaged local structures during the but quick responses kept damages to a mini say local Auto 619 Seguin caught fire after a drop cord shorted out at approximately 4 said New Brauhfcls Fire Marshal Elroy The cord was always scraping over the edge of the workbench and it finally shorted Friesenhahn The occupant had been in there about an hour and a half and turned the light on prior to the Judge opens North trial WASHINGTON AP The trial of fired White House aide Oliver North opened today with efforts to select a jury that has not been exposed substantially to the massive publicity surrounding the IranContra District Judge Gerhard Gesell issued a questionnaire to 54 prospective jurors asking Have you read or seen or heard any thing about this case before coming to this dressed in a dark sat at the defense table as Gesell addressed the prospective Then they filed out of the courtroom to fill out the Norths trial on charges of lying to shredding evidence and conspiring to commit tax fraud arises following a period of fairly intense publicity on news See Page 2 The fire caused approximately in he Eleven two fire two Emergency Medical Service ambu lances and the fire marshal responded to the Damage was kepi to a minimum due to early detection and quick extin he adding there were no injuries during the tires and batteries in the building caused no fire Friesenhahn In the nature of the See Page 2 Good day Volunteers work to preserve ranch Sy STEPHANIE DAVIS A stones throw from New theres a place where a bubbling creek and surrounding ranch as sacred as the intentions of the people restonng its original v Ijs a place where Qermaji imp grjnts and Indians lived off the land and jaehind remjjanjs of fts a place where volunteers and the of Texas work preserve the y We want to return the landscape to essentially what is was when it settled more thai 100 years said PfTks and WiWWfe who nwp the Theres an awful tat the area was settled in the late 1870s by a German immigrant the using naujraj rnehjding ttPlii bujning to ferijBg it The in ComaJ Cowijty between Bperne and New Braunfels pff fejred to and Wildlife ift March frPJJ the Texas Najujf Conservancy tp be Honey as Us winds through ranch on its way tp ihe Gwjtfalupe Greenthroated red breasted bluegills 904 mos qujto fish AU the which pools in anH nricft maAet nnniilar swim V rinlr up In Honey Stephanie Da vis photo Mostly sunny and warm condi tions are expected to continue for the next few Todays high will be 74 degrees with the low tonight at 55 Wednesday will be partly cloudy and warm with a high of 84 degrees and a low of 58 Inside DEAR TV Stammtisch The first practice for New Braunfels Junior Miss contests will be 19 at the Athletic Club at 2 Information given to the HeraldZeitung which appeared in Sundays edition was It stated the first practice would be Participants and members of Lambda Psi sorority are selling tickets to raise funds for the The grand prize for the fund raiser is a Chuck Wagon barbecue pit donated by Patio The scholarship fund is in need of more For more call Lisa Brucks at 6209625 or Stacy Stavinova at Members of the Mill Street Area Association will meet with the Safe City Commission tonight at 7 at the First United Methodist 572 San to address concerns about the neighborhood A number of city officials will be present to answer questions and MSAA members are urged to be at the The sigh committee reports the artwork for the neigh borhood watch signs is completed and members might be able to see it at the If you need 9 ride to the call your Wpck capjato or Allen or Colleen Seelharamer at Reunions happen all the See STAMMTISCH 2   

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