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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 28, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas Senate stawbudget with 12percent increase AUSTIN AP The Tfejtas Senate on Saturday approved trttliOfi budget td futi state govern ment for the next WHO one that calls for no lax increase and represents a 12 percent increase in ftuffil health bill faces uncertain fate v 1A health care bill sew Bill Clements by lawmakers faced an vncti fate Saturday because of concern aboi provision to make the state pay for some malpracl i See Page 11 Local hunter gets shot hunting show 2201 BFOOKHOL SUITE 300 76006 New Braunfels 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS Remembering Zeituno 377880 5126259144 e the old American he potential backers is an Sunday May 1989 50 Cents Four 48 Pages Espinpza dropped from citys suit Friday By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer SAN ANTONIO Three persons and three organizations were dropped from the Schlitterbahn versus City of New Braunfels suit Friday by District Judge Lucius New Braunfels Councilman James former councilman Jose Espinoza and former city administrative assistant Court Thieleman were dropped from the multimillion dollar lawsuit after the citys attorney John Lewis made a motion for a directed The New Braunfels Police Depart ment and local organizations Rivers and Lakes Action Council and Coalition of Rivers Environ ment Protectors also were Allegations of tortuous interference and conspi racy to restrain trade also were dropped because of a lack of A directed verdict is a formal request by the defendant that a verdict of acquittal be issued because there is a lack of evidence to support a Former Mayor Barbara and former councilmcmbcrs Max Winkler and Betty Lou Rushing and former city manager Joe Michic remain in the The Robert Henry who own the Schlitterbahn water park in New claim See Page 2A Do spring cleaning for free cleanup day Iji Corrial are formally honoring the war This flag was placed on a veterans grave Comal Cemetery by the New Braunfels Volunteer Fire American Legion Post 179 also placed flags on graves at the Flags will be flying at locations throughout town reminding us of the service by others to keep this country free Photo by Deryl Clark By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer Start cleaning out the closets and gar ages because Waste Management wants it all next Saturday at no cost to New New Braunfels City Council recen tly set June 3 as cleanup day for New Braunfels after landfill operations manager Jim Meinholz proposed opening the Comal County landfill free to the community for one This cleanup will consist of our comppy the Garbage Gobbler four rolloff boxes did year thern topughout the Meinholz told cpiMeilrriem bers May The Safe City Commission also will help in cleanup We do these cleanups all Meinholz I can people m the landfill and they can see how nice it Meinholz said Waste Management is concerned about litter and trash and wants the landfill to last as long as which is a reason the com pany is involved in recycling Recycling is becoming more of peoples daily Meinholz Were looking at the environmental standpoint and recycling is a good Weve grown to become a con venience Metal items collected during the cleanup day including refrigera and other metalmade objects will be smashed and donated to the Safe City Commissionv Personsalso can take trash to roll off boxes located at the City of New Braunfels service yard at Klingemann and Lakeview dead end of North Hackberry Street Fire Station at 1250 County Line Road parking lot of the old Canyon Middle School at 81 and Loop A container for See Page 2A Good day Memorial Weekend continues under partly cloudy skies both today and tomorrow with highs of This evening should continue partly cloudy with a low of Memorial Day will kick off with a mostly cloudy morning breaking into a sunny The extended fprecast through Thurs day is for mostly cloudy after noons with highs in the 90s and lows in the Inside 7B MSB 8D 11 A DEAR 6B 9B SB TV 2A Stammtisch Members of the American Leg ion Post 179 will place United States Flags on graves of veterans in local cemeteries to honor the war Legionaires will assemble at Comal Cerateny at HS scholars honored by national program By MARGARET EDMONSON Staff Writer Three New Braunfels High School students have received national hon ors for their academic Peter Garza was named a National Hispanic Scholar by the National His panic Scholarship Awards Program and received a Artie Guerrero was named to the hon orable mention list and received a scholarship for that Leonard Mendoza was a The National Hispanic Scholarship Awards Program selected stu dents nationwide to participate on the basis of their 1987 Preliminary Scho lastic Aptitude Test Five hundred students were then selected as and five hundred more were named to the honorable mention The selections were based on the students Scholastic Aptitude Test their academic school and community recommendations and personal I never knew it existed until the See Page 2A Burner causes house fire By MARGARET EDMQNSON Staff Writer Firefighters raced to a residence late yesterday afternoon to put out a onealarm fire caused by a stove burner that had been left on in an unoccupied Frank acting captain of the New Braunfels fire depart said the fire probably was Sea Page 2A Buckin Art Show continue New BjiMDfels Conservation Society will have a dedication ceremony for the Stephan Haelbig Music SjujJip k Conservation Pla 1300 Monday it Joyeejyn Rudeloff gramktohtcr of Stefan Haelbig MA fcfif twsbaod Waller will cyt Walter a TflFii of will play jhe The 1988r89 school year will end Junes fer sujdeotf ig New Brawflfels fodepewte Each campus will ttudous from dass oae today from 10 to 5 Admission is for some rough and tumble the bwUridftg compietition continuf s are available Jesse Czelusta and Trusty will present a program at Dittlinger Memorial Library in Photo by Deryl Clark Trusty learning together By MARGARET EDMONSON Staff Writer One Comal County youth is raising puppies so others may Jesse a 13yearold mem ber of Oak Ridge is a puppy walker volunteer for Guide Dog Foundation of the a non profit charity organization which pro vides guide dogs to blind people free A puppy walker is someone who takes the main responsibility for the the he They will keep him from 12 to 18 depending on how fast he The teen is the first if not the first in Comal County to become a puppy The Guide Dog Foundation of the Southwest raises puppies and Irakis tbenj to become guide The Foundations figures estimate there m more than blind people in Texas abd fewer than 200 have guide Labrador German Shepherds and golden retrievers are Jljsed for the purpose of becoming guide Czelusta obtained his labrador retriever from the Foundation after reading about the program in which individuals are matched with puppies to raise until the dogs are old enough to be trained to lead blind The program was described in his 4H Czelusta named his labrador Trus ty after reading in the Bible about hope and He picked the he because the blind per son will have to put his full trust in the I wanted to learn more about and I wanted to get handson experi he This is a great way to leam because theres people coaching you the whole Peggy Jesses said he wanted to get a doberman and that she and and her husband had doubts about the This prog ram has enabled the teen and bis parents to see how the teen can handle a Under the Czelusta will Sw PagtZA Offices are closed for Memorial Day weekend Area city the Comal County utilities area banks and the Nw S founds Herald will be closed Monday in Melons will operate normally Office hours will return to normal Also closed Monday will be the Comal Appraisal District while garbage collection in New Braunfels tion offices will be open
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