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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 25, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas Texas House adopts billion budget AUSTIN AP Sudgeileadefs say House and Senate spending plans triay be headed for quick a far cry ff offt the extended batiks of recent redink It just to show If you got a little money how things Can go House Speaker Gib Lewis said See rdgd 3 soW 2201 Couple charged in BEAUMONT A Virginia couple was arraigned in federal court on charges stemming from an alleged scheme to lure people to timeshare resorts with false promises of valuable See Page 4 03 TX qualify for state evem Three local players reached todays Class 4A Reg ion IV finals to qualify for the state tennis tournament m Rachel Forney is battling Alamo Heights Ann Flannery for the girls singles title today while the Unicom team of Kayci Kahler and Brenda Hicks will vie for the doubles gee 7 New Braunfels 117 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377 Zeituno 5126259144 A9 Tuesday April 1989 25 Cents One 10 Pages Jacobs told to move on By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer Wearing tennis shoes and a cowboy Comal County Commis sioner Clyde Jacobs gathered his clip board full cranked the engine in his borrowed motor home and headed down Seguin Street to find another camping spot this Since Saturday Jacobs has been camping in a motor home in front of the Post Office on Seguin Street gathering names for the tax consolidation But city officials have had Saturday morning I went saw the camper parked I went over to the camper didnt go inside Jacobs was said City Manager Paul I told him at that time he was in clear violation of our ordinance which prevents habi tation of a motor home or camping device outside a mobile home park or RV I told him that I would appreciate him moving we didnt want to get into a big but we wanted him to comply with the law like everyone Grohman John New Braun fels approached Good day Today will be partly breezy and Winds will be out of the south at 20 mph and the high will reach 85 The overnight low will be 70 degrees followed by another partly cloudy and warm The high Wednesday will reach 87 There is an increasing chance of more rain beginning Inside DEAR TV 5 Stammtisch The Comal County Health Department will not sponsor its regular immunization clinic Wed nesday a makeup clinic will be April Hours will be 9 to 11 and 1 to 4 at the Comal County Appointments are not made for this but individuals are encouraged to arrive early to assure Appointments can be made on other dates for infants up to 1 year old or for residents of the Bulverde or Canyon Lake areas by calling Cub Scout Pack 387 and the American Legion Home Comal Post 179 will conduct a flag retirement ceremony tonight at 7 at the dance slab in Landa The public is invited to tonights ceremony there is no admission The Cibolo Bowling Club invites the public to its annual barbecue supper Saturday from 11 to 9 Meal prices are for large plates and for There will be carnival games for the along with a draw bake sale and team cash The club is on North Main between FM 78 and FM 1103 in Veterans of Foreign Ware Posts 8800 and 8573 will hold a Loyal ty Day observance Saturday at 1 at the VFW Post 8800 home in Clyde Precinct 4 county will be the guest speaker and snacks will be SM Jacobs around this morning and both entered the motor Jacobs was given 30 minutes to vacate the That interpretation that we got from our lawyer in Austin which stated it was a public it is a public person doing the and it is a petition to get something on the ballot brings it under the Election Jacobs adding he isnt in violation of the Paul mentioned the city ordinance when he came over Jacobs He said that city ordinance was designed to keep people from parking an RV in front of their house or trailer and then renting out the trailer and moving into their Obviously Im not inhabiting this my habitation is in Tamarack Shores in Canyon Lake and if its a matter of a parking regulation that has to be for a specific time period so I am willing to move this every three I willmove it one inch for ward and then Theres a letter of the law and intent of the Grohman The intent of the ordinance was to prevent people from living in motor See Page 2 Hospitalized in San Antonio Man ignores dive warning A Georgetown man remains in serious and guarded condition in the surgical intensive care unit today at Southwest Methodist Hospital in San Antonio after jumping Sunday from the Garden Street Daniel ignored the nodiving signs on the bridge and per formed a oneandahalf flip into the said police spokesman Martin The accident occurred before 5 After jumping he apparently hit his head on the bottom of the Comal Mayer adding the teen suffered neck and spinal Police constantly are writing citations to people jumping from the bridge because it is so Mayer Weve even arrested people off it to get the point Georgetown is in Williamson City divides tax revenues Clyde Jacobs moved his motor home to a new location He is heading a petition drive for tax consolidation out of the recreational Photo by Deryl Clark Sheriff seeking funds for juvenile law officer By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer Complexities of juvenile laws often boggle the minds of law enforcement so Sheriff Jack Bremcr is asking county commissioners to seek funds for a fulltime juve nile law enforcement The juvenile law is a very complicated thing for any body that is in law said Wayne chief deputy of the Comal County sheriffs Its one where even veteran officers turn to one of these spe cialists to ask questions because it is so representing Sheriff Jack Bremer during a workshop meeting of commissioners court asked commissioners to consider applying for a grant to help fund the The annual offered by the criminal jus tice division of Bill Clements will pay 100 percent of the salary and 50 percent of equipment Equipment includes a radio for the a and other specialized equipment for he The countys portion is The fiveyear rotating grant stipulates the entity must apply for funding each The states contribution reduces 20 percent each lorcing total funding of the position in five years on the The money the criminal justice division from the gov ernors office uses for these grants is money that we as law enforcement entities collect on each and every fine through our court Hohcrz Were trying to bring back some of the money to our county that we The officer will investigate cases involving both juve nile offenders and juvenile His main duty will be to establish statistics and identify repeat This is a very exciting said Precinct 4 Com missioner Clyde adding he wants more informa tion from juvenile authorities before making a You need a person that is familiar with all the different agencies of the county like Department of Human Resour ces and juvenile Hoherz Deadline to submit the grant application is May Another grant in the works involving six local law enforcement agencies will help formulate crime Hoherz Entities involved include New Braunfels Police See Page 2 Thirteen local arts and cultural organizations were assured funds from occupancy tax revenues Monday night after a unani mous vote by City The Arts and Cultural Commission recommended to City Council that 25 percent of the first 4 cents of each 6 cents of room occupancy tax collected during 1989 be distri buted to the Organizations to receive a percen tage of the first 4 cents include Circle Arts Theatre percent Mid Texas Symphony Society per cent Sophienburg Museum and Arc hives percent Greater New Braunfels Art Council per cent New Braunfels Childrens Museum percent Compania de Danza per cent Heritage Society of New Braun percent New Braun fels Conservation Society per cent New Braunfels Community Chorale New Braunfels Ger man Folkdanccrs percent New Braunfels Art League percent South Texas Sound percent and New Braunfels Historic Railroad and Modelers All organizations submitting except for the New Braun fels were granted oneyear contracts for See Page 2 Earthquake shakes Mexico City suburbs MEXICO CITY AP A strong earthquake shook Mexico City and its suburbs this morning for about 30 sec cracking breaking windows and sending frightened peo ple into the Ambulances raced around the capi sirens but there were no immediate reports of injuries from the CDT The National Earthquake Information Center in said preliminary readings indicated the quake registered on the Rich ter The tremor cut off power to the nations largest television network for a few knocking it off the Associated Press correspondents reported broken windows and panic in the Condesa and Napolcs Traffic was snarled in central Mexico In the Condesa a resident See Page 2 State unemployment Overturned onions drops by 1 percent AUSTIN AP The states unemployment rate last month dropped from percent in February to according to figures released by the Texas Employment The March figures released Tues day also represent a drop from March when the rate was The reduction in unemployment between February and March looks really more promising than the past few said Dianne labor market analyst with the She said state wide economic indi cators showed but it is still too Sw Page 2 MARKET Bush announces plan for civil rights chief WASHINGTON AP Bush today announced his intention to nominate William black Republican critic of affirmative as the Justice Departments civil rights setting up a poten tially bruising Senate confirmation The previously announced opposi tion to Lucas by the the nations largest civil rights could energize liberal opposition to the Benjamim executive direc tor of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored said in a statement Monday that Lucas is not qualified to be the governments chief enforcer of civil rights The White House formally See 2 No one was injured Monday morning when this and turned on its side on the access Accord 18wheeler carrying a load of onions ran off the ing to the driver had fallen asleep just southbound lane of Interstate 35 near Northcliffe before the accident Schertz police offic The truck went down the embankment ers responded to the Staff photo
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