Thursday, April 13, 1989

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 13, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas State budget battle far cry from last time AUSTIN Af i Tefcis bruised in f recent years frdrn flghtuig staggering budget deficits appear to be riding on a budget express this time See below Programs training new volunteers Volunteer training for two area nonprofit organiza tions begins Comal County Womens Center is offering training for new volunteers this begin ning with a session Hospice New Braunfels volunteer training starts May See Page 4 New Braunfels 410 M009 103 SOWEST MICROPUBLISHING 2201 PLZ 300 TX 76006 Jf for 284A competition All three local high schools will take part in the dis trict track meet and tennis tournament this New Braunfels girls track team received some bad news before Fridays track meet in The tennis tournament will run Friday and Saturday at both New Braunfels and Page 9 109 Lancia New Texas 78130 377 In style Zeituno 77880 5126259144 Thursday April 1989 25 Cents One 12 Pages school officials air By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer County and school officials stepped up to bat with the tax consolidation issue again all trying to hit a homerun with The current issue should the voters be allowed to vote for or against the consolidation process and thats the reason I was amazed at Precinct 4 Comal County Commissioner Clyde Jacobs told approximately 100 members of New Braunfels Rotary I have an infinite amount of faith in the voters of Comal New Braunfels Independent School District and Comal Independent School District officials oppose mov ing tax consolidation to the Speaking for the school board our problem with it proposal was two ways of doing said CISD Superintendent Bill One you go and try to cram it down some bodys throat a shotgun approach or you sit down around the table and talk about Jacobs and Precinct 2 Commission er Neil Craigmile announced March 20 they were launching a campaign to consolidate tax assessing and collect ing at the county They currently are circulating petitions to gather signatures needed to an August School and county officials dis agree on the benefits of a Were talking about more bucks than we can haul put of this room with wheelbarrows and thats what its going to cost said NBISD Super intendent Charles NBISD assesses and collects taxes See Page 2 Clyde Jacobs Charles Bradberry Dana of the local chapter of the American Red Cross and Gmny McKenna Memorial Hospital Auxiliary look over some of the latest fashions in preparations for Fridays Style Show and Luncheon sponsored by the Auxiliary and American Red Cross Hospital Volunteers to benefit the Elliott Knox Scholarship Fund students furthering their education in the field of medicine Red Cross and Auxili ary and to area physicians and theirfamilies tbhitp raise money for the which will be awarded In Clothes will be mod Closet and Celebrations Photo bv Deryl Radio station to be sold on steps of courthouse Good day Grand jury indicts pair for burglary A Comal County grand jury handed up nine Wed nesday against area includ ing two Austin men charged with burglarizing Hanz Decorating and attempting to burglarize Tri County Office Supply in Buddy Lynn and Jack Barclay were both indicted on two counts each of burglary Also indicted were Paul Anthony 216 Grandvicw forgery by Antonio burglary of Fransisco theft more than Roger possession controlled Bridgette Schertz forgery by Michael Tobin DWI Former owners of a local radio sta tion have foreclosed on the New Braunfels Broadcasting Group which currently operates the station The foreclosure was posted this week at the Comal County The notice of trustee sale was filed in the county clerks office April Public sale and auction of the including approximately six is scheduled for May Persons close to the situation including station general manager Bob McDonald refused or were unavail able for comment Default has occurred in the pay ment of the indebtedness secured by the deed of trust and in the perfor mance of the agreements and conditions set forth in the deed of the notice The maturity of the indebtedness secured by the deed of trust has been accelerated and such indebtedness is now wholly due and The owners and holders of the indebtedness have requested that I as trustee under the deed of trust sell the ihc proceeds of such sale to See Page 2 CISD schools recommended by groups accreditation team Dont put the umbrella away Clouds and thunderstorms remain in the forecast through the The high today will reach 58 degrees with an overnight low of 57 Fri day will be a little warmer with a high of 73 Weekend temperatures will be in the 70s for the highs and 50s for the Inside 8 3 DEAR s 4 7 All ten Comal Independent School District campuses have been recom mended for accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and The announcement was made late yesterday afternoon by Gene assistant superintendent for curricu Blanton Each campus stands on lum at Kerrville who served as its own merits and is accredited indi chairman of the 38member visiting team that has been on CISD campuses The learning climate on the indi for the past three viduai campuses is There were no standards that any campus was not in compliance See Page 2 Manhunt focuses on cult leader culture Mexico AP Authorities con ducted an international manhunt today for the godfather of a drugsmuggling voodoo cult that allegedly sacrificed and mutilated at least 12 people to make its members and Mexican authorities were searching for Adolfo de Jesus a Cuban who police said orchestrated the ritual slayings on a remote ranch outside of this Mexi can border Constanzo is believed to have fled into the United States with Matamoros resident Sara Maria a 24year 6foot1 brunette described by Texas Attorney Gener al Jim Mattox as the witch of the A wanted poster issued by the Cameron County Sher iffs Department in described her as extremely Use In television station WPLG reported Wednes day night mat MetroDade police have been alerted that Constanzo was believed to be heading toward the Florida No tax increase expected Also in a manner not seen in the United Mexican police individually displayed four of five detained suspects in front of scores of media representa who subjected them to a barrage of We killed them for said suspect Elio Her nandez 22 of He added that he shot one victim and decapitated Police pulled up Hernandez Riveras shin and jacket to show scars on his shoulders and One was shaped like an which authorities said signified he was author ized by the cult to make human sacrifices that were intended as protection from bullets or other threats to their drugsmuggling Hernandez Rivera did not comment on the Among the groups victims exhumed Tuesday were a Mexican a federal police a 16year old boy and Mark a 21yearbid University of Tex See Page 2 Senate approves state budget AUSTIN AP Texas lawmakers bruised in recent years from fight ing staggering budget deficits appear to be riding on a budget express this time The Senate on Wednesday unanim ously approved a proposed bil lion state budget that wiU newt require a general tax lawmakers Next the House is scheduled to consider its billion spending Bob said this is the earliest the Senate has passed a budget in his eight years in the On the House Appropriations Committee finished its budget After the unanim ous Appropriations Committee members ta 1987 there wasnt much cheer lawmakers failed to pass a state budget in regular session for the first since Texas was in the midst of a fiscal crisis brought about by the severe drop in crude oil and natural gas Lawrnakers and Bill Cle a Republican who ousted Democrat Mark White while promis ing no new were at a Legislative leaders said without a tax increase basic services would See Page 2 Kanae a foreign exchange student from Japan sponsored by the New Braunfels Rotary spent the day Wednesday with stu dents in Nancy Belles art class at Comal Kanae showed the students traditional Japanese clothes and shoes and read them a Japanese childrens She also left the students with some Japanese keepsakes such as a a cookbook and some toys and talked with thera about Japanese food and culture Photo by Deryl Clark Stammtisch The Ladies Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post at Canyon will have a spaghetti supper Satur day night at 6 Plates arc for adults and for children under 12 and will include spaghet ti with chicken one piece of and garlic The New Braunfels Knights of Columbus will host the monthly business meeting tonight at in the KC Hall at 111 Lunda Included on the agenda are the Councils Retention Committee the plans for the annual recognition and appreciation dinner and program for the New Braun fcls Catholic Clergy and religious Reservations for the Knights attending this event are to be made no later than April The groups being honored will be contacted by Jim church activities director for the For more information about the Knights of ask any Knight or call Grand Knight John Paine at Time is running out to get your dinner theater tickets to the Texas Opera Theater performance of Miracle with music by Georges Bizet April 21 at the Civic The sung in Engl involves romance and the threat of a poi soned Tickets are for adults and for students through high school and are avail able at Krause the Arts Center at 646 Walnut and from Greater New Braunfels Arts Council board members who are sponsoring this A Saturday morning performance of The Music Theatre Machine designed primarily for children although children of all ages would enjoy it is set for 10 at the Civic Admission of will be at the