New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 19, 1989

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 19, 1989

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 19, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas Senator Clements sees need for ag department AUSTIN AP tire chief Senate negotiator working on the state agriculture sunset bill says he believes Bill Clements has no ax to grind against the agency headed by controversial Democrat Jim Seepages shortages WASHINGTON de la Oarta says hfes worried sehbol lunch programs codldtttg milk aftd cheese shortages as early as this While community food banks that feed the poor are already watching their warehouse shelves grow See Page 4 Kentucky 300 76006 x 01 T HOT OH l A no television A K L A year and a twoyear ban on postsea See Page 10 New Braunfels 135 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS Zeituno 377880 Friday May 1989 25 Cents One 16 Pages Good day The weekend should be better than the earlier part of the week with partly cloudy skies forecast for today and Saturday with highs in the Tonight should be partly cloudy with a low of A slight chance of thunderstorms on Sunday andMonday afternoons may dampen things a Weekend highs will approach the mid90s with the lows remaining in the Inside DEAR RELIGIOUS TV Stammtisch Teenagers interested in compet ing in the the King and Queen contest for the Lagunas Zamora Scholarship Fundraiser are asked to call Janie Cantu at 6292972 by May 30 to enter the Students between 13 and 18 years old are being sought to run for Prince and Duke and Princess and The Lagunas Zamora Scholarship Fun draiser will be a dance 12 and 13 at the Civic Holy Family Catholic Church is sponsoring a Barbecue Chicken Tlate Sale and Enchilada Plate Sale Saturday in the parish Plates are each and proceeds will benefit Queen Can didate Princess for which meets each Monday at Teen will end for the summer May New classes will begin in All students at Smithson Valley High School are invited to party chemicalfree at the Beach Party at Canyon Lake Beach in Han cock at Shelter Saturday from 4 to 11 The celebration will feature a swimming and dancing and is sponsored by the Smithson Valley ParentStudent If you have any ques call Sharron Sharp at New Braunfels High School seniors and their parents are reminded of Monday nights annu al Awards It starts at 7 in the high school cafetorium and awards and scholarships will be presented to the In preparation for the opening of a Puppet New Braun fels Childrens Museum is offering two puppetmaking workshops From to or from 1to 2 young sters are invited to make puppets to take home a small supply fee will be charged based on materials used and how many are made or to leave at the museum to become part of the exhibit no supply fee will be The theatre will be for children to come in and present their own There are several styles from which to choose or children are invited to bring their own ideas for specific characters they would like to There is no limit to the number of children but organizers would appreciate a call to let them know how many children are so theyll know how many supplies to gather for the The number at the museum in Cour tyard Shopping Center is 620 0939 and admission is The New Braunfels Service League Provisional Class will meet Monday at The speaker will be Melissa Oakes of the Crisis Pregnancy Center of New All interested Ser vice League members are invited to attend the meeting at die Pre sbyterian Church on Howard Search resumes for body By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer STARTZVILLE The search for a 65yearold San Antonio pre sumed drowned in Canyon Lake Thursday continued today off the shores of Canyon Springs Divers from Pleasure Divers of New Braunfels began the search for Richard Keoughan after his wife saw him go below the waters surface around Thursday The search ended Thursday night at 6 and continued today at 9 Divers are facing murky condi tions and zero visibility under said Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife Game Warden Robert The murkiness is caused by silt and other The drowning occurred after Keoughan was attempting to pull his boat from the water onto his but realized the rope wasnt tied to the said Chief Deputy Wayne Comal County sheriffs The boat then started drifting he He tried to swim to Hohertz His boat just got away from Keoughans wife then went up the hill from the boat ramp for he Pleasure Divers and Corps of Engineers personnel continued the search for a presumed drowned San Antonio man this deputy Johnny Gray and other sheriffs deputies fill in the Photo by Deryl Clark Authorities said Keoughan went down in an area that is approximately 18feet Canyon Springs Resort is a subdi See Page 2 Inmate suspect in bank robbery By STEPHANIE DA VIS Staff Writer A 55yearold Dallas man possibly linked to the October 1988 robbery of Executive Bane in New Braunfels is being held in the Travis County jail in lieu of a bond on an aggra vated robbery Hes considered a suspect down there New said Will Beechimor of the Austin Police We supplied a picture and some other information regarding it and they were going to show a line up for the case down The man is a suspect in the New Braunfels robbery and the Wednesday robbery of First Federal Savings and Loan in North Beechimor On a 50to 60year old man approached a teller at Execu tive Bane around and demanded money with a handwritten The note stated he had an explo sive and wanted the money After receiving the the robber left the later identified as brake The man was wearing khaki pants and a plaid The October robbery marked the second bank robbery in New Braun fels in the last The first one occurred at New Braunfels National The banks vice president was taken but later released After the savings and loan robbery the suspect fled authori ties for more than 50 miles before being arrested in the parking lot of Temple Junior College by a Temple See Page 2 Creek sensor installation slow since teens deaths KERRVELLE AP Almost two years after 10 Balch Springs teen agers died when their buses were swept into the raging Guadalupe Riv a computerized flash flood warn ing system remains incomplete and Delays in getting rightofway easements have hampered the said Myrna administrative aide to the Upper Guadalupe River Authority The authoritys board discussed the early warning system for years before Spears a National Merit Scholar By MARGARET EDMONSON Staff Writer A Canyon High School senior received national honors this week as a result of his performance on the Pre liminary Scholastic Aptitude Charles a National Honor Society member and football captain at was announced a National Merit Scholar Wednesday on the basis of his scores on the PS AT which he took as a As a National Merit he will receive an scholarship to be distributed over four He will also receive Southern Methodist Uni versity Presidents Scholarship which pays full tuition for four years plus transportation to and from one of eight foreign countries for a semester of The total value of this scho larship is estimated at Spears received one of approxi mately collegesponsored National Merit scholarships ranging from to He was chosen to receive his merit scholarship from the July 1987 Olsen After the the board con tracted with a San Antonio firm to install and maintain the system for five Its been a slow We thought it would be operational by she So far three of 21 sensors have been installed by the Upper Guadalupe River but they have not been used because the rivers See Page 2 Bentsen behind bill helping droughtbattered farms WASHINGTON A Lloyd Bentsen and Phil Gramm are backing legislation help Texas wheat far mers avert financial disaster from this years damaging drought and With estimates on thesize of this years Texas wheat crop dropping by the the Texas senators joined a coalition of lawmakers in sponsoring legislation that would extend last years billion drought relief pack age to crops planted in 1988 for harvest this The action would cover mostly winter the crop in most serious said another Senate Minority Leader Bob Dole of Our winter wheat crop has been blown away and now Theres been no no more miracles and no more Dole said in introducing the bill Our winter wheat crop has been blown away and now Theres been no no more miracles and no more Bob Dole Senate Minority Leader The bill sets up a fund of million to help farmers transport livestock to areas with water and while another million would be available to help producers who have had to implement emergency water projects to See Page 2 Charles Spears Southern Methodist I worked A lot of the stuff I and I made myself do the I guess I have kind of a knack for math and I read a lot which helped on the verbal part of the he AT he plans to study politi cal science and Im interested in he Id like to write and direct Im also interested in film Ill maybe study film and film See Page 2 All tied up Another chance Saturday for car window etching Response has been tremendous for a vehicle etching program designed to give area residents a chance to keep their vehicle from being The response have been outstand said Safe City Commission Director Don Weve etched close to 150 vehicles in the first two weekends and it appears that the etching is becoming more and interest is growing in the Residents have two more chances to have their Vehicle Identification Numbers etched into all vehicle win dows for The Sale City along with New Braunfels New Car Dealers Association and Independent Insur ance Agents of New Braunfels are sponsoring the Etchers will be at Krueger Cnev 386 San Antonio tomor row from 10 to 4 Vehicles valued at more than million have been stolen in New Braunfels in the past five years New Braunfels first baseman Jesse Diaz keeps Austin Travis pitcher Albert close to the bag after receiving a pickoff throw from catcher Jake Vil larreal in the fourth inning of Thursday nights play off game at Unicorn New Braunfels pounded the Rebels 70 to tie the bestofthree series at a game The deciding contest will be played at today in For more see Page Photo by Deryl Clark ;

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