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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 4, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas                                100 4 Panel approves first horse racing license AUSf D4 AP The Texas kacing Commission approved its first application for a horse racing license early officials The application for a Class 2 track license by Rollie White for a track at Brady was approved by the Senate OKsproposal for jury information AUSTIN AP Two proposals that would allow trial judges to pass di to juries the effect of parole and prison good time on a defendants sentence were approved by the Senate on 265 votes See Page 4 r Vf inus capture NCAA basketball title SEATTLE AP The Michigan Wolverines beat Seton Hall 8079 in overtime Monday making Steve Fisher the first rookie coach with an NCAA Glen Rice scored 31 points for the breaking Bill Bradleys 1965 NCAA tournament scoring gee 7 New Braunfels 102 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377 Zeituno 377880 5126259144 oi Tuesday Sheriff seeks funds for more equipment in budget amendments in 1989 By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer Since Sheriff Jack Bremer has spent more than of the comissioners court contingency fund mainly to hire new jailers now he wants a per sonal new and gun racks for patrol As Bunker Hunt a billion dollars aint what it used to Comal County Judge Fred Clark told Bremer in a commissioners court workshop meeting The jail deparment so far in 1989 has budget amendments totaling the rest of the departments of county government have been almost Clark Bremer presented his wish list Monday for a personal new reflective shotgun racks and safely Plexiglas cages for officer vehicles and three handguns totaling more than The need was there in the past and it wasnt provided Bremer said after the I havent done nothing but try to get in to the conformity with the law and with good safety See Page 2 Good day Its another warm day in New Braunfels but Wednesday will not be as warm because a cool front is headed this The high today will reach 92 degrees under partly cloudy The low tonight will be 59 Wed nesday will be sunny but the high is expected to only reach The low Wednesday night will be Inside dilAssiFiebi 810 DEAR TV Stammtisch Time is running out for persons with costumes and memories from past Kindermasken parades to let others look at their memorabilia at the New Braunfels Childrens Museums display on Kinderma sken this Beta Sigma Phi who sponsor the are working with the museum to put on a display of costumes for viewing only and of costumes for children to try Several Satur day workshops are planned for mothers and youngsters to make their own For the museum needs donations of pat terns and ideas for If you would like to let the museum borrow your old costumes for the they will be safely put of reach of the youngsters and will be The other costumes will be in an attictype trunk for children to discover and play The museum also hopes to film a videotape presentation of old photos or 8millimetcr movies of the Kindermasken the dance and picnic in Landa Jf you have photos or movies which will be returned to you of past call the museum at 6200939 to let them The museum is in Courtyard Shopping The a senior citizen organization from Conroe and other areas of is working with the Canyon Lake Church of Christ this Members will visit friends and neighbors of the holding home Bible studies with those who are interested and inviting all to attend gospel meet ings April 79 the Canyon Lake Church of Christ on FM 3159 in Roy Pal who recently moved to Canyon will speak at Friday and Saturday and at 11 and 5 The GennyanAmerican Society wUl jpeet tonigfaj at at the American Legion 410 Slides from Germany will be shown after the 2 CISD eyes plan to bolster pay By DAVID BUILTA Staff Writer A local school district is proposing a plan to make teacher salaries com petitive with those in other Trustees for Comal Independent SchoplTDistrict Discussed the problem and projected growth at a workshop Monday The panel will act on the proposed salary sche dule at its May Weve had some teachers and they were good who have gone from CISD to NBISD New Braunfels Independent School District or to San Antonio because they could make several thousand dollars more a said Carter president of the Arlen CISD personnel said the districts teacher salaries are to lower than most school districts its size and The average beginning salary in most surrounding districts in while CISD pays The districts average annual salary is compared to an area average of Tieken Aides in the district are paid approxi mately less than peers in other Its real discouraging to think that people will live but because we dont they go to San Antonio to Castccl This is a bcauti See Page 2 High court reinstates profiles WASHINGTON AP Law enforcement officials are armed with new support from the Supreme Court to fight drug smuggling by air The justices on Monday made it easier for authorities to question and search airline passengers who fit socalled profiles of possible drug By a 72 the court ordered the reinstatement of a drug possession conviction of a man carrying grams of cocaine when he was stopped by authorities at the Honolulu Were pleased and happy thai weve been upheld by Supreme said Cornelius spokesman for the Drug Enforcement The justices upheld the DEAs case against Andrew who was stopped because his behavior and dress matched a profile the agency uses to identify suspected drug Teachers call for billion for programs WASHINGTON AP The nations largest teachers union today called for billion in new federal spending to counter a shocking ero sion in education programs for the disadvantagcd and These programs reach only a frac lion of the young people they were meant to Mary presi dent of the National Education Asso said in issuing a report called Federal Education Funding Present Realities and Future In state after the numbers in our new report clearly demonstrate a shocking erosion of federal support for these essential Futrell said in a Nothing could be more impractical for our nation than continuing thissystematic Futrell said the NEA report con tains the first estimates of what it would cost to serve all students cur rently eligible for help under four of the most important federal education NEA has more than million members across the Its report See Page 2 Pumped up Prices of unleaded gasoline gained almost a penny a gallon Satur day while crude oil futures declined in nervous trading after near normal activities resumed Monday at the which was partially blocked after a recent oil spill by an Exxon Wholesale home heating oil also declined Analysts are attributing the gas hike to seasonal April 1989 25 Cents One 10 Pages Passenger dies Charges expected in wreck An 18yearold San Antonio woman was killed in a motorcycle accident Sunday night on North Park Road and a Kirby man faces involun tary manslaughter charges for the says a Department of Public Safety Barbara Ann Pachecka was riding on the back of a 1985 Kawasaki motorcycle driven by the Kirby man when the accident occurred around The motorcycle driver was travel ing south at a high rate of speed and attempted a right lost control and traveled off the roadway into a wooded said DPS Trooper Jim The posted speed limit in the area is 20 miles per From where he left the roadway to the brush was 105 Shea They hit a went came back hit an 8foot cedar tree uprooted Excessive speed and alcohol attri buted to the Shea The mans blood alcohol content was which is the required Shea Shea said he plans to file involun tary manslaughter charges against the Neither Pachecka nor the driver were wearing helmets when the acci dent occurred on North Park off See Pago 2 Garden Ridge resident fighting city ordinance By STEPHANIE DA VIS Staff Writer A sign ordinance prohibiting erection of political signs in the city of Garden Ridge has one resident fighting for his First Amendment Ive been working on this before I ran for office thats been for over a said Richard Dick who is running for the mayors Its not as a can its as a a resident of Garden Incumbent Mayor Walter Yohey said political signs arent specifically authorized in the citys sign That goes back to the deed restrictions of the developer my world Chief Justice William Area artists were treated to a workshop with a twist Saturday at the Arts Center 646 Walnut Janice Yow Hindis ol cov ers participating artists paintings with cellophane mates suggestions tor corrections in color The GaMery is operated by the New League and Tuesday through Saturday from 1 0 to 5 Photo oy OeryJ that initially developed the Garden Ridge Yohcy The ordinance on signs has been in effect for We redid the ordinance last year but we didnt change any thing regarding political The majority of ihe people out here dont want political Igou sent a letter to city council members and the mayor calling for a retraction of the ordinance to allow political signs to be placed in the I strongly urge you to repeal the present sign ordinance immediately and work to develop a new ordinance which See Page 2 Trashoff a success FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS Texas highway officials said Mon day the recent Great Texas Trash Off was the most successful one to More than Adopta Highway volunteers picked up road side litter Saturday during the fourth annual event sponsored by the Texas Department of Highways and officials It was really said maintenance foreman of the local department of We got rid of a lot of trash on the rightof More than 270 people of 27 organi zations helped pick up trash in Comal and GuadaJupe Wood We picked up 40 cubic yards of Our goal for the Great Texas TrashOff was to remind all Texans that Hash belongs in the trash cans not in the said Don director of the Travel and Information division at the Highway wjjjcfa a Santa Fe High School IfciMJtecided to adopt as its SM 2   

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