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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 13, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas                                Tropteat StormMrry forming in Gulf MIAMI AP seasons ItJth tropical storm formed today after a depression strengthened rapidly off the Mexican forecasters t See Page 3A Lawmaker convinced of PUC problems AUSTIN AP A Texas lawmaker says she is convinced the Public Utility Commission has prob after hearing testimony from two PtJC mem bers who are at odds arid an excommissioner who compared a former colleague to a I Rickey ready for first World Series 1 A ti 4 js i 4 i n Sea Page7AsoWE The Oakland As leadoff marvel Rickey Hender son tries to stay in his groove while the San Francisco with prodigal son Kevin Mitchell back in clot wavs to stoo Mfi09 DF 9 9 See Page10A New Braunfels TV 799m 240 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377880 5126259144 Ztitunc JSPS 377880 5126259144 Friday October 1989 25 Cents Robber runs off with cash A barefooted man robbed the Pay less Gas store clerk late Thursday of an undetermined amount of but stayed long enough to pay for a carton of police He made no verbal said New Braunfels police spokesman Martin Mayer about the The described as Cauca sian with slender build and shoulder length was carrying a he He robbed them Mayer adding the suspect then asked the clerk for a carton of cigarettes and paid for it with the money he had The store clerk was physically The robbery occurred around at the store located at the intersection of Texas 46 and Interstate he Store personnel are running an audit this morning on how much money was he Its not a large Mayer said police do have a possi ble Two 18 Pages Lawmen arrest trio for home burglary Comal County sheriffs department officials apprehended three illegal aliens Thursday after a local homeowner discovered the three suspects burglarizing his Jorge Martinez and Jose remain in Comal County jail in lieu of a bond each for burg lary of a Bond was set by Judge Doc A 16yearold juvenile was taken to the juve nile detention center in All three are illegal aliens from Officials at the sheriffs department received a call from Leland Wesch who said he arrived at his home on Kohlen berg Road to see Lora and Flores burglarizing his home around The juvenile was sitting outside the home in a 1979 Ford station According to Chief Deputy Wayne the three suspects left the Lora and Flores were later apprehended in the parking lot of the WalMart Distribu tion Sheriffs department officials pursued the juvenile through New Braunfels to the south side of the city where the suspect abandoned the car near Solms Approxi mately 15 officers chased the juvenile on foot to a train where they surrounded and captured a phone jewelry and other household items were recovered by the sheriffs Several other items including a wallet remain Detective Bill Boies is investigating the g program cuts theft Leaving for work in the morning and finding no vehicle in the driveway makes vehicle theft hit close to And the Safe City Commission wants to prevent this scenerio from Each Saturday during the commission is sponsoring an aiito theft etching program between 9 and 2 at Budget Car and Truck located at 513 81 The service is offered for Money raised will pay for supplies and support of the Auto theft incidences have increased 61 percent percent in New Braunfels in the past five years result ing in a million said Commis Page 2A Hoopla shenanigans Captain Hook Jason Zech and Peter Pan Amy members of Inner take time out from their performance at the Brauntex Theatre to entertain shoppers at Henne Hardware during Thursday evenings Downtown Harvest The evening featured live entertainment for the along with a Harvest won by the team of Nina and Chris and Sean who ahswered 27questions in by downtown area businesses for The team won Second place was ERA Schoolcraft Realty team of Luke Ginger and Tim Bushee and Mary who donated its prize to Light Up the Third was Carter who gave her award to United Way of Comal Approximately 500 visitors enjoyed the evening downtown Photo by Deryl Clark Brother shoots tot with BB gun A 3yearold New Braunfels boy is in guarded condition today at a San Antonio hospital after his brother shot him in with a BB gun Thurs Police release the name of the who is in the pediatric inten sive care unit at Santa Rosa Child rens The incident took place around 11 when the victim and his 9year old brother were playing with the gun at their house in the 1200 block of Glenbrook said police spokes man Martin The IBB on left side of the forehead and there was enough force to penetrate the skull and lodge in the Mayer There will be an but there is no indication it was any more than an he The BB gun was May er Group lends support to parents When mothers have nowhere to turn after fight ing for child a local group can lend some moral In the fifth part of a the Pres ident of the Organization for the Enforcement of Child Support encourages single parents to get By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff T Landlords and creditors dont care that a woman didnt receive her child support payment to help make ends but a local support organization The Organization for the Enforcement of Child formed by Augie is a group of single mothers and fathers looking for a better tomorrow for their children although the exspouse has walked away from paying child Mem bers of the group are nonwelfare There is no end to the amount of money it takes to raise a Schroeder And abandoning children financially is child Many of our children have to live in poverty level conditions because one of their parents walks Members of the organization are advocates who want to work with the court system and exspouses to solve the growing problem of Schroeder The which is more than a year is governed by a board of As a society weve all gotten very complacent to the fact that child support is no big she People think its a But its not a joke to the who suffer when the money isnt coming in for clothing and extracurricular I think nonchild support is the root cause of poverty in this country she I want to start an alliance like we have for welfare an organization that saves a persons she Its hard for women to step out and not be on Schroeder calls singleparent mothers not on welfare and not regularly receiving child support payments the invisible Singleparent mothers happen to be that one minority that gets totally she Were not asking to be taken care offer the rest of our It takes two parents to make ends You cant get blood out of a turnip on both Schroeder will make a presentation to the Agen cies United For Child Abuse Prevention and county See Page 2A Businessmen predict economic slowdown HOT AP nations top business leaders today forecast a significant economic slowdown for 1990 and warned that an outright recession is possible unless the Federal Reserve cuts inter est The Business composed of 100 chief executives of the coun trys largest predicted that the economy will grow next year at the most sluggish since the end the expected slowdown will turn out to be the pause that refreshes arid growth will rebound in giving the county an unprece dented nine consecutive years without 9 the business leaders This optimistic outlook came with major caveat tfcat the Federal Reserve must cooperate by moving soon to tower interest rates to spur economic the Fed to relent in its inflation cam paign and start nudging interest riggs Ifflpfir echoed comments being made by the which is economy next blican chances the 1 James Robinson chairman of American Express said the Fed has done a good job in keeping a lid on inflationary pressures but now is the time to bring interest rates Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan has so far given no indica tion that the central bank is willing to push rates 7Tie Fed and the administration are locked in a dispute over the administrations call for low er interest rates to help push the dollar lowej and bolster The Business Council released its semiannual economic forecast at the start of two days of meetings at this mountain The corporate economists who pre pared the report said they believe the nation this summer entered a slow down that is expected to last IS the final three months of 1990 when growth will rebound to more satisfactory That would make the growth slowdown that we are passing through the pause that refreshes and would imply an extension of the expansion to an unprecedented and remarkable nine fuU the chairman on the youngsters administer in funds This mornings foggy skies will break into a sunny and warm day this afternoon with a high hear Look for partly cloudy skies and a low in the mid 60s tonight with partly cloudy skies and warm weather for The high temperature is forecast for the upper Inside CLASSIFIED 26B COMICS 8A CROSSWORD 3A DEAR ABBY 2B ENTERTAINMENT 9A HOROSCOPE 8A RELIGIOUS FOCUS 6A SPORTS 1011 A TV LISTINGS 8A WEATHER 2A Stammtisch New Braunfels Colts in Action Just Say No to Drugs organiza tion is sponsoring a movie night TONIGHT from 7 to 10 at the Middle popcorn and cakes will each cost 25 Members are reminded to bring their CIA cards as proof of Supporters of the Comal County Family Violence Shelter will gather on Main Plaza tonight at for a Candlelight Ceremony to show their support of the which currently is closed because of lack of The Hill Country chapter of Parents Without Partners will host a Garage Sale Saturday from 8 to 3 at 210 The public is invited to go check out the bargains and benefit the Saturday the group will hold an orientation where members are asked to bring single parents and introduce them to the Orientation will be from 7 to 8 in San Call 3961699 for A birth day party will on the organiza tion will host an Open House for anyone interested in joining or learning more about the organiza tion and for members to meet and share refreshments and talk about what is has meant to their and the future of the organi zation in New and San The Open House will be from to 8 at 292 For more infor call President Jim Rober son at 6292527 or hostess Peggy Reinhard at Eveyones New Braunfels Childrens Museum Saturday will host Srini vas Komanduri performing tradi tional music of India on the sitar and Rathna Kumar and a dance troupe from the Angli Center for Indian Performing Arts in Houston 2A   

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