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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 31, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas Survey requiring nofetMe writers NEW YORK Ap High Schools are requiring students to read almost exactly what they did 25 years ago heavy oh Shakespeare but light on works by female and minority according to a See Page 5 A Butts clash M pivdtaijiftit ganie the Detroit Pistons and the Chicago Bulls wilt battle ii out tonight in the fifth game of their bestof seven Eastern Conference MA Detroits Isiah Thomas and Chicagos Michael Jordan have been the catalysts in each of the four previous See Page 9A M009 101 qOWEST BPOOKHOLLOW PLZ 300 TX 76006 MOM used to be home serve lunch and school but today Mom often isnt More than half of mothers Almost of those with kids ages 6 aid bidet are Seine things dont change though kids still come hofne New Braunfels 143 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS Zeitims 377880 5126259144 Wednesday May 1989 25 Cents Two 8 Pages Good day Dont expect the weather to change much over the next few The mostly cloudy mornings and partly cloudy and hot after noons should continue through Highs will again be in the mid 90s with lows in the mid look for the fair skies to turn cloudy late tonight with lows in the mid Inside DEAR 4B TV 2A Stammtisch Last June 1 was the open ing day for the local Food or During this first a great deal has happened at 165 Thirteen churches and agencies now provide more than 100 volunteers each These volunteers have worked hours responding to requests for A great deal of appreciation goes to each volun teer because without the program could not A special thank you also has been issued by the board of directors to all those persons the communi ty who have provided many gifts of food and money to stock the It is amazing how quickly shelves of food can be and yet can also be emp tied just as said Gladys president of the To celebrate its first anniver the board of directors will host a coffee Thursday from 10 to 11 at 165 Coll for all interested persons and volunteer The churches and agencies have been challenged to have a special food drive Sunday in honor of the anniversary and at that vol unteers and supporters of the Food Bank also will be Visitors to the New Braunfels Museum this week are invited to continue trying their hands at making hand puppets in preparation for Saturdays performance by a puppeteer and story teller from recom by the Austin Childrens Manda Pie makes all her which range from 16 inches to 5 feet She will entertain youngsters in the museums new Puppet Theater at 1 and at 2 and will be available to talk with Supplies are available now and will be available Saturday for youngsters to make their own The theater will be a perrnanent fixture at the Admission is for nonmember children and includes the regu lar admission price and for children Adults and children under 2 are Reminder Adults interested in volunteering during the Magical Child Creative Clay Workshops at Buck Pottery next are asked to sign up now Museum Director Carolyn UhraannBurrow at Volunteer training will be June 8 at 7 at Buck Pottery in Learn how to spot dangerous foot problems at the next free WojojanTalk My Aching June 5 at Village Oaks Regional Podiatrist Stephen Snider will discuss everything from bunions and corns to diabetic foot care and correc tive 90njinute prog rap begin at and a questionandanswer The seminar is open to residents and no reserva tions are Jury decides for city in suit By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer SAN ANTONIO A multi million dollar lawsuit between owners of Schlitterbahn and the City of New Braunfels ended Tuesday as a six member federal district jury washed city officials clean of Im on cloud said former Councilman Max Winkler after the jurys Its beautiful in every I think justice prevailed The jury deliberated almost four hours after hearing five days of testi mony and arguments in District Visiting District Judge Lucius Bunton of Odessa I was disappointed that the court restricted our time to put on our case I must assure you that five of us defendants rode over in the car every day and before we slammed the car doors and started we prayed like We really counted on the Lord in this Max Winkler Former City Councilmember I think that affected the said Gary who is a partner in BadSchloss the holding company of Schlitterbahn and Landa I was disappointed in the judge making See Page 2A Dump truck strikes bicyclist A bicyclist was taken to McKenna Memorial Hospital this morning after he was struck by a dump truck near the railroad tracks off Solms The unidentified male was riding in front of the dump truck as he approached the railroad said the driver of the truck Burt The truck sucked him Medina drives a truck for Ingram Readymix located on 81 After it he got Medina said I stopped and then called in on my radio for New Braunfels police responded to the but because the mishap occurred outside the city Com al County sheriffs officials were called to the As of they were en Bremer barring contact visitation By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer By stopping the hugging and kiss ing between prisoners and Sheriff Jack Bremer says he can eli minate the infiltration of contraband into the county If prisoners arent allowed contact visits with family spouses the chances of smuggling illegal goods will he TTie sheriff said he wants to go out bids soon to install a glass wall and telephones in the visitation area to eliminate physical Its the drugs that are getting into the jail by physical said jail er Larry When people can exchange a balloon filled with Roper adding a recent search of the jail uncovered syringes and They visitors know its against the Roper Prisoners krtowall the tricks in the book to get contraband into the according to Visitors have poured bourbon into cans after purchasing the soft drinks at the jail and have given them to the said Bremer as he holds a Tabasco sauce bottle found with bourbon in if we dont let prisoners have a we violate their civil he while hugging another have been given shots of drugs in the Bremer Its a piece of The federal lawsuit under which the Comal County jail operates prohi bits jailers from electronically survey ing prisoners and Bremer said in a May 5 Herald Zeitung Im doing everything I can to eliminate the contact visita tion situation because it does lend itself to allow contraband County prisoner Patty Watkins said in a telephone interview recently it is easy 10 get contraband in the Comal County jail because of the contact vis I do get cigarettes in she The last shakedown they had on me they got three packs out of my Visitation at the jail is scheduled for Friday and Seeking higher ground Crime Stoppers seeking jewelry burglary suspect A black male in his early 20s is being sought in this weeks Crime Stoppers Crime of the He is wanted for stealing jewelry from M M Jewelers in New On May at approximately in the the man walked into the jewelry store located in the Cour tyard Shopping Center and asked nTiLn The clerk pulled out a tray of rings for the suspect to look The suspect then grabbed the tray of rings and fled the The suspect got into beige suuion wagon md headed south on Interstate 35 toward San The owner of M M Jewelers w able to obtain a license plate from th vehicle and authorities discovered the car had been stolen in San A total of 12 rings were taken by the The male is described as approxi mately 20 years 5feet 6inches 120 short hair with razor cut He was wearing corduroy pants and a striped TnVdriver of the station wagon is also described as a black See 2A Qandjt the treeclimbing fabrador isnt seeking high er ground to get away a bgt he could be looking for some cooler Owners Torn and Julie Pope of San fon and daughterinlaw of Betty Pope of this were visiting Landa Park recently when Bandit decided to climb a They said he started climbing trew on his own and has done it all his he probably didnt find any cooler weather because temperatures have been hovering in the upper 90s for several They are expected to stay that Pheto by Deryi Clark
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