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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 8, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas Chinese leaders order students to surrender BEIJING AP Premier Li PeMg appeared in public today for the first time since tiie military launched its bloody invasion of the govern ment issued new martial law orders demanding that student leaders See Below Drought cmditiohs frr seuth has been aflfectjed ty the but there is still some good fishing to be found adfoss the including Canyon More than striper fhigerlings were put iri Canyon Lake this week and goodsized catfish eah still be Seepages learns to deal with pain Susan Kuehlers home is full of Pictures of daughters Lorelei and husband and Susan being named Mary Kays Queen of Two years that pictureperfect world was New Braunfels 149 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377880 Zeituno 77880 5126259144 Thursday June 1989 25 Cents One 10 Pages Board to eye taxes Red Red Rover By MARGARET EDMONSON Staff Writer New Braunfels Independent School District board of trustees will vote on the 198990 budget and tax rate Fri day evening at in the Education Center board Of special interest to members is the establishment of the tax rate at per a increase from last Lonnie assistant superin tendent for announced this proposed tax rate during a public hearing The proposed budget will also be reviewed and voted on by board mem Curtis indicated during the hear ing that expenditures will increase by The increases are being credited to employees pay the addition of a new elementary school and the hiring of additional Instructional services will see the biggest increase with an additional being requested above last years Higher rates in work mans health insurance and career ladder payments account for the massive See Page 2 Con artists lure victims Accident sends one to hospital A New Braunfels man was discharged from McKenna Memorial Hospital this morning after suffering injuries he sustained in an automobile accident Wednesday Santana 1032 Mesquite driving a 1966 Fqrd Qalaxy was involved in an accident with a vehicle driven by Sharon Route 2 Box 657 around 10 The accident occurred in the 2700 block of FM 725 near a convenience She turned left in front of him and got said police spokesman Mar tin She was knocked into a car sitting at the gas Two children in Conrans vehicle and four children in Rodriguezs Car were taken to McKenna for treatment and No charges were Chinese leaders order students to surrender Bush plans press conference Wesley one of the younger campers of the Too group of Cub Scout Camp Mowgli takes part in a rousing game of Red Rover during the day camp at Landa Park this Toos are the young children of adults who are working at the camp this week and activities are designed to let them have during the annual day which features arts and and nature Photo by Deryl Clark BEIJING AP Premier Li Peng appeared in public today for the first time since the military launched its bloody invasion of The gov ernment issued new martial law orders demanding that student leaders Li gave a rousing speech to hun dreds of soldiers inside the Great Hall of the Youve worked he told Lis speech was shown on televi sion after hundreds of military trucks roared into the city center with new Busloads of fear ing new rushed to the airport to catch emergency flights The occupied capitals streets were relatively Li is believed to be among the lead ers who pushed for the military crack down that ended in the weekend mas sacre of hundreds of unarmed civi lians as troOps cleared Tiananmen Square of prodemocracy He had not appeared in public since May five days after declaring mar See Page 2 WASHINGTON AP President Bush makes his debut in primetime television tonight with an East Room news conference sure to focus on the bloodshed and chaos in The meeting with begin ning at 7 CDT and likely to run longer than the traditional half coincides with the start of the evacua tion from China of all dependents of government employees and non essential We have urged all other Ameri cans in China to leave at White House press secretary Marlin Fitzwa ter said He said Embassy personnel were trying to arrange safe transportation to the air port from Beijing hotels and other Tonights news conference marks See Page 2 By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer Conartists roaming New Braunfels Tuesday roped at least one man out of cash by pulling an illfated pigeon drop says a New Braunfels Police Department Two New Braunfels in sepa rate were approached by a black later accompanied by a white asking for a ride to the Holiday Inn on Interstate The first victim was approached by the black man outside of Texas Com merce 100 block of West San Antonio at approximately 3 He victim was asked to see if he could assist in giving him a ride to the Holiday said detective Mario He said he would be paid for the The black male Lawmen arrest burglars Two Kerrville residents remain in Comal County jail today after law officers from Kerr and Gilles pic counties arrested and charged the pair with burglary Frank James remains in jail in lieu of a bond and Faye Bohannan remains in jail in lieu of a We recovered all the stolen mer chandise plus we have items that may be out of burglaries in other said Comal County Chief Deputy Wayne Gillespie County and Kerr County officials are working with They are being investigated on Garza and Ortiz were arrested on Texas 46 after burglarizing a resi dence in the Oak Cliff Acres subdivi sion The subdivision is See Page 2 Committee tackles drug abuse Foikfest tun The Canyon Lake Community Drug Awareness Committee was formed in 1986 to address a very important issue drug Now in its third the committee can say it has made significant strides in the war against are group of Were very interested in our grand and we dont want them growing up in that kind of said Connie wife of Chair man Les About 12 people comprise this information and support Most of the members also are members of the Lions and Lioness clubs at Canyon The group primarily provides financial support to endeavors which work to fight drug Last the Committee gave a check to the Smithson Valley High School Peer Assistance Leadership and Sup port This pilot program at SVHS allows for students to attend a twoday seminar at Starlite Hospital We are group of grandpa Were very interested in our and we dont want them growing up in that kind of Brooks in Center There they learn first hand about the physical and psycho logical effects of drug and alcohol The committee hopes to use the PALS program in conjunction with the Buddies This program has been set up so that high school students will address the drug prob lem with elementary school Other antidrug activities have included poster book covers and One particular activity that the committee is proud of is the McGruff program at Mountain Valley Elemen tary Les Brooks said there is a McGruff puppet in every classroom at the and these puppets are used 10 present reasons for the kids to say no to The committee also distributed hundreds of red ribbons The Choice for Me Drug in con junction with the national campaign in October We are a support Brooks We do not deal directly with thfe children or the rehabilitation We try to solicit money for things that we can use to make the children aware at the primary school Plans already are underway for the next school The committee would like to reach more parents and get them involved in the antidrug Weve got to get closer to the Brooks The informal group meets every second Thursday of each For more contact Les and Connie Brooks at MARGARET EDMONSON Church remodeling thrift shop Johns Episcopal Church Bargain Box will be closed for a major portion of the summer for accord ing to Madeline Bargain Box The Bargain 303 closed Wednesday and will remain closed until Donations will not be tajfcen during this A 15by26foot area is being added to the front of the salesroom to make room for clothing and household Additional Is bfjflp well The Bargain Box is a resale We take consign ments and Blum We make contributions to many charities with the money we make from the of the We are a strictiy charitable Sorne of the charities to which the Bargain Box makes contributions are Teen Comal County Womens Comal County Emergency Childrens Community Service Center and toe 24Hour Blum said that volunteers are always needed when the shop is in MARGARET EDMONSON The fourth annual a festival of New Braunfels heritage and will be Saturday 10 to 8 and Sunday noon to 6 on the grounds of Conservation Plaza and the Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture off Churchill Foikfest includes tours of historic childrens and demonstrations by artisans and craftsmen of such things as bobbin lace and blaeks a volunteer demonstrates the fine art of hand Admission is for adults and for children over Advance tickets are and For more call 6291572 Photo by Deryl Clark showed him a roll of Once at the Holiday the victim told the man he was from Africa and was willing to split all of his money with but wanted to know how much money he had in the bank At that time a white guy with a lot of money shows up and they start Guerrero The African and the white man supposedly dont know each other and they both show each other The two men attempt to lure the victim into releasing how much money he He tells them he doesnt have any money and disappears and calls the Guerrero At the same time that I was on the phone with that there was a victim in the lobby that said he has just been taken for See Page 2 Good day Better start the rain dances because theres no chance of rain through the More dry and hot weather is forecast through Todays high is expected to reach 99 degrees while the overnight temperature will be in the Saturday and Sunday is more of the Inside DEAR TV 2 Stammtisch The Stingrays will entertain the crowds at tonights Concert in the Park at Landa The free event is sponsored by the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department and audience members are invited to bring lawn and picnic The concert starts at Comal County Legal Secretaries Association will hold its annual membership drive meeting June 14 at at Pavilion in Landa Park by the wading Anyone in the legal field is encouraged to attend and learn more about our trilcvel associa Membership is not limited to those working for attorneys it may also include those employed in work of the legal such as those employed at the District Attorneys County Attor neys County Clerks the Sheriffs and those employed in the trust department of Marion Bor attorney at will be the guest speaker June Members also will be available to answer questions regarding Refreshments will be For more call Debbie at Mission Valley Bible Church is having an auction and garage sale June 24 atthe New Braunfels Christian The fundraiser is to sponsor Craig and Linda missionaries to Micronesi Craig is the manager of Kwik Kopy and Linda is a teacher at the academy and soon they will be heading to Micronesia with their two Any donations for the sale and auction would be For more call Susan Phillips at 6253776 or Scott Tjeraagel at
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