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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 10, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas State faces million to million shortfall AUSTIN AJP After weeks of predicting no new taxes this legislative state lawmakers were regrouping amid reports that state government may fall to million short on its 199091 See Page 3A tennis stars ready for state play Three tennis players froffi New Braunfels High School and the Unicom golf team are prepared and ready for state Hie golfers tee off Thurs day while the tennis players begin tournament play 410 M009 103 SOWEST MICROPUBLISHING 2201 BROOKHOLLOW PLZ 53UITE 300 TX 76006 in uitivr A uuy kitchen with goodforyou food gifts such as Great Garden Heartto SfTJS Cruiichy Cheese and Carrot n Oat Bran See Page 1B New Braunfels JJIJ 128 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS Zeituno ISPS 5126259144 Wednesday May 1989 25 Cents Two 24 Pages Good day The clouds are expected to slay in the forecast for the rest of today and for The high today should hover around 80 with tonights low dropping to about Thursdays high will reach 82 with an overnight low of The weekend looks partly cloudy and warmer with in the mid to upper 80s and lows in the Inside A DEAR 14B A TV 2A Stammtisch The city will begin the drainage improvement work at one of the busiest areas in town tomorrow The San Antonio Street West Santa Clara drainage was approved in a 1985 Santa Clara from San Anto nio to Mill Street will be closed from Thursday through Other streets will be announced as crews work their wayaround the The importance phy will be the topic free Community Education program Thursday at noon offered by McKenna Memorial Hospital in observance of National and Texas Hospital Manimography The physicians will be presented by local and Mark take a brown bag lunch to the Garza Street classroom and McKenna will pro vide drinks and The ram will cover what is rharnmp how mamrhdgraphy is per who needs amammo risks of meanirig of rnammography and the goals of the Here two new numbers the County sheriffs department wants the to The new number for the civil and warrants division 6200374 the new number for criminal investi gation is numbers were added eliminate the phone log caused by people calling the 6259141 which can still be called for other The United States Census Bureau needs temporary workers in this The work involves preparing address lists for the 1990 These outdoor jobs will last between two and eight If go to the National Guard 2253 Interstate 35 at 10 Thurs day to Interested persons may call 5128415400 for more Cheers Summer is sche duled for 1115 at Marys University and is open to girls and 7 to In its fifth Cheers Camp is recognized for its cheerleading preparation programs including and lead ership Instruction is avail able for beginners through All classes are taught by a professional Swimming and other social events are offered Resident and commuter camp is Call 3445990 for registration and more Canyon New Braunfels Unicoro and Smithson Valley Ran ger senior class members will gather Saturday in the New Braunfels WalMart parking lot to 2A Rain slick Consolidation a good idea say county commissioners By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer When it comes to consolidating taxes on the county all sides of the commissioners court benchagree its a good though not all sol ons are as vocal as their counterparts Clyde Jacobs and Neil Precinct 1 Commissioner Jumbo Evans said recently in front of his he supports the He said he supported it in 1985 when he signed a resolution supporting centr alized assessing and collecting and again in 1987 when there was a con sensus among commissioners to move forward with the On March commissioners court consisting of Judge Fred Jumbo Lorenzo Yankee Monroe Wetz and George passed a resolu tion supporting consolidation of taxes with the county tax In the court made up of Jacobs and Clennan validating petition signatures Comal County commissioners will consider passing a resolution Thursday regarding the validity of the petition submitted recently to call an election to consolidate tax assessing and collecting for resi dents in the Comal Appraisal Commissioners also will set a date for the During the petition drive in signatures were col lected and Tax AssessorCollector See Page 2A Craigmile took no formal reached a consensus to support the In March Precinct 4 Com missioner Jacobs and Precinct 2 Com missioner Craigmile conducted a press conference in Craigmiles office to announce their intentions to take the issue to the Since Craigmile and Jacobs have dominated the tax consolidation spotlight as they have addressed civic pounded the pavement and even camped to get more than signatures needed to call an election Newcomer to the Patricio Pat is just as supportive of the See Page 2A The Dry Comal adjacent to Live Oak came to life after more than three inches of rain were dumped on Comal County Thunderstorms swept through the area bringing needed rain and cooler Most of the rain fell in New Braunfels and eastern Comal County into Guadalupe while the Canyon Lake arid Bulverde areas received only traces of rain Photo by Deryl Clark By STEPHANIE DAVIS Stpff Writer Waste Management will open its landfill gates for a day free of charge to help clean up New Braunfels in a city wide effort scheduled for June Comal County landfill is going for a late spring clea nup this said Jim manager of the land This cleanup will consist of the Gar bage donating fourrolloff boxes as it did last set June 3 year and locate them throughout the Residents will be able to away items the city gar bage personnel cant pick such as refrigerators and other large New Braunfels City Manager Paul Grohman said recen tly a cleanup cost to becauseof tipping fees arid Waste Management and the Safe City Commission See Page 2A Motivational speaker tells seniors to set daily goals than fifVl frnrn Mom UJ TT More than 800 seniors from New Smithson Valley and Marion high converged on New Braunfels Civic Center Monday morning to attend a motiva tional seminar sponsored by New Braunfels Breakfast Lions The students adrenalin began puniping early in the program as the Walter toldthem that their own boss and advised them to be free and to look for maximum leverage in their known as The Texas Com was born dirt poor in graduated from The University of Texas at Austin and is now a multi After he became a flour salesman and emceed shows for TheLight Crust Dough boys He then wentinto insur ance sales for Lone Star Life eventually bought the Sev eral years he sole company S6me people will run with these some will forget them and others will not hear he years we have been talking about ways in which we could express our best wishes to the graduating said Dick past president of the New Braunfels Lions We wanted to Walter motivates area high school Staff photo The student audience chanted No when Hailey What do say to negativism He told students Llons wantea lo o Always think and dont personally deliver our message of let something control other than good will and good We wanted to know we care about I think we hit upon a good ideas and it looksas if we have established a new tradition in New Koegle said Hailey donated his fee to the Breakfast Lions Club lish an annual award for the teacher who bestrepresents the committment to prepare children for rewarding Set your write them down and read them every morning and Hailey told the On the power of persuasion he The power of persuasion is All leaders are Hailey now conducts motivational seminars on his ranch near Kerrville Bremer continues plans Perfect season for criminal task force Chances of receiving a state grant to track traveling criminals were killed after an entity backed but Comal County Sheriff Jack Bremer has another That doesnt mean were not going to do some things he said The grant was to fund a multi agency task force for Guada Comal counties and the cities of New Braunfels and San Marcos to track similar criminal activity within the A yes vote was needed by all entities to pursue the but Gua dalupe County decided not to All other entities voted for I was Bremer I was tickled to death we had four entities that approved Im disap pointed that the fifth one but thats to be expected when youre dealing with so many Bremer said he plans to formalize an exchange of information between the entities himself by utilizing We wouldnt have a coordinator and well just have to bite the bullet and somebodys going to have to do it with overtime or with a part time Bremer Its not See Page A Committee approves bill increasing school funding AUSTIN AP The House Publ ic Education Committee today approved a bill that would increase state funding to public schools by million over the next two The like a bill that already has been approved by the aims at helping equalize funding between rich and poor school districts across the Unlike the Senate bill the House measure would raise minimum teachers salaries by a The Senate measure requires no spe cific teacher pay although law makers said they hoped part of the money would be used as a salary The which passed the committee with a 52 is headed Sluggers Rico Herrera left and Jesse Diaz right hoist New Braunfels Coach Peter Qarza after the Unicorns wrapped up the District 384A season with a perfect record on Tuesday njgM with a vic tory over New Braunfels finished district play with a 120 record and await the winner of tonights game between Austin schools McCallum and Travis in the first round of the Photo by Deryl Clark
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