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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 10, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas                                Germany offered aid to cope with refiugees WASHINGTON AP President lauding East Germanys lifting of travel restrictions as a dra matic advance for is ordering all possible assistance to help West Germany cope with the flood of refugees from its communist sister Seepage 3A Demos set stage for child care showdown WASHINGTON AP House and Senate with the help of a maverick Republican are setting the stage for a new showdown with President Bush over child care See Page 5A Canyon eyes state NB already there While Uvaldes volleyball team is the only thing standing between Canyon and the state New Braunfels girls crosscountry team will be run ning against the states best Saturday in See Page 6A 98 New Braunfels 2627 E EL TX 79903 Friday November 1989 25 Cents 260 Lancia New Texas 78130 USPS 377880 5126259144 Two 16 Pages Behind jail bars Military unit gets firsthand training More than 30 Marines were behind bars Wednesday in the Comal County Sheriffs A few of the proud and the brave stood silently in a field of khaki and green behind the bars and only an occasional blue Air Force uni form could be A sheriffs deputy and Master Edwards began to soberly reveal the events which led to the detainment of the detachment to Lackland Air Force Comal County Jail was according to because of its stateoftheart The jail apparently was the only one deemed fit to hold more than 30 Edwards said each individual was locked up for the same reason They had been tested and rated and had at least a score of 100 on the Making the breathalyzer test look the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery is a test each individual must success fully complete before entering any branch of the Armed The Marines and Bars course on detention procedures and policies of the Secretary of the Navy for Edwards Military trainees were locked up in the Comal County jail this week at Lackland Air Each was to graduate from the special training and the Air Force personnel were to return to their duty stations while the See Page 2A Man remains in jail for drug possession Comal County Sheriffs deputies arrested Tracey Lee of Canyon Lake early Wednesday morning and charged him with driving while intoxicated and pos session of a controlled according to Wayne chief The department also made five more arrests recently and investigated three additional burglary Brown was stopped at approximately 3 Wednesday because he was flashing his and moving in and out of lanes near the intersection of 281 and Texas according to Deputy Rolph Erlich and Milton Willman stopped the car at that intersection and made the Brown was said to have been carrying what is believed to be Brown remained in custody Thursday in lieu of bond for possession of a controlled substance and bond for driving while Deputy Sandy Moralez arrested 47yearold Bobbie McBride Owen at around midnight Monday and charged her with unlawful possession of a weapon on a licensed Hoherz said Owen had allegedly sprayed bullets follow ing a dispute in the parking lot of a local A bullet hole was found in the rear window of a car and in the side of another One bullet lodged in an outside wall of the Bond was set at Deputies expect to file additional charges after arresting Rupert who was charged with burglary of a Hoherz Hildcbrand was arrested 31 following a complaint filed by Timothy who listed a guitar as having been Arresting officers were Deputy James Clifton and Dennis See Page 2A groups honor veterans East Germany announces permanent open borders Flags fluttering in the breeze and are the symbols of a day setaside to men and women who have served in the Area veterans businesses and government offices arc observing Veterans Day in varied Members of American Legion Post 179 and Auxiliary arc hilling the street today and Saturday handing oui poppies and accepiing Donations gathered by the groups arc used to help disabled New Braunfcls City Hall is open as usual but Comal County Court house is closed down for the Postal Service is keeping the local post office open for normal hours but the office will closed Area banks closed down for two days for Veterans Day and will reopen for business as usual on Canyon High School Student Council staged a program honoring eommunitce veterans this The program began with a recep tion for veterans in the high school Joe Guinn was See Page 2A Sunny and dry will be the watchwords throughout the Todays high temperature will be 82 degrees with the low tonight dropping to 52 The high Saturday will be 84 degrees with winds out of the southsouthwest at 10 Inside DEAR RELIGIOUS TV BERLIN AP East Germany announced today free passage through the Berlin Wall and the rest of its new openborder policy will remain in effect The announcement caps one of the most dramatic shifts in postwar Eur giving the once pennedup East German people full freedom of travel for the first time since the Berlin Wall was built in Tens of thousands of East Germans streamed into West Berlin and other parts of West Germany today after a heady night of celebrating the open ing of the Berlin Wall on Last the Germans were the happiest people in the West Berlin Mayor Walter Mompcr The party continued as revelers popped champagne lit spark lers and embraced on both sides of the The Wall is gone Berlin is again proclaimed a banner headline in the West Berlin newspaper Bild Revelers in downtown West Berlin today waved copies of the popped champagne corks and lit West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl cut short his visit to Poland to meet with his Cabinet and go to West He hoped to talk with East German leader Egon Communist authorities opened East German borders Thursday in a desp erate attempt to stem the flow of peo ple fleeing to the West and quell the growing demonstrations that have spread to several The Berlin Wall will come and Berlin said former West German Chancellor Willy who was mayor of West Ber lin when the 9foothigh Berlin Wall went up in East and West Bcrlincrs joined in dancing atop the Berlin More See Page 2A Car runs into bus A Comal Independent School District bus carrying 20 children was struck from behind by a car early Thursday according to a spokesman at the Bexar County Sheriffs The driver of the car and two passengers all women were to Medical Center Hospital and no one on the bus was reports The accident occurred at when the bus had stopped to take on additional passengers at the intersection of Foggy Meadow and Virgo Lane in Bexar The driver of the bus was Bill No information on the condition of the persons injured was available but the sheriffs department spokcman said it is believed they were treated and Damage to the vehicles were not assessed and weather conditions at the time of the accident were according to the Bexar Sheriffs Siegel to evaluate economic conditions A special report on the New County Economy will be given by Robert Siegel to the community on In April the Industrial Found ation of New Braunfels sponsored a report on the Comal County Eco nomy and Housing This numerous civic and business organizations will co sponsor a similar report on our local said Mike event This community really works Once again we have joined together for our mutual benefit to gather and share Information about our local It was easy to get local business people Siegel will provide the community with an current evaluation of the local economy and the key vari ables that power that Page 2A Administrators want school funds on agenda Superintendents from the Texas Council of School Districts today urged Bill Clement tp add school finance to the upcoming special legislative session or to address the issue immediately in the new TheIQVejpr has refused W any Iff 14 iesston tQ deal with revamping the workers compensation lystem in A binary resolution passed by the superintendents Thursday called upon Clements to call another session to address the issue no later than the first week of January 1990 if he doesnt add it to the upcoming I hope the agvernor will take this issue under immediate consideration and respond favorably to our said Don superintendent Making a point Attorney Ken Brazle stresses a point about jury selection to Sally Klngsburys government class at New High School Thgrsoay County Courtatlaw Judge Ron was also on hand to give point of Local attorney Wade and bailiff Andy Krueger also participated in the moot court Photo by John Senter Christmas is even closer than you may have thought New Braunfels Music Study is making plans for the 30th Annual Massed Choir Two rehearsals are scheduled 21 and 28 from 7 to 9 at First Baptist Singers from all area schools and singing groups are invited to participate in the com munity Music is provided by members of the Music Study The club sponsors the annu al concert to raise funds for its scholarship The concert under the direction of Mclilta Fruch will be 3 at 3 at First Baptist A last reminder New Braun fcls Foursquare Gospel Church will have a yard sale Saturday from 7 to 5 at the church on FM mile from Proceeds will benefit mis sions The Action Team at Canyon High School is off to a good The group has listed three goals and identified one activity to help reach each Plans include distribution of a parenting creation and distribution of a drug infor mation pamphlet and the use of Care The next meeting for the team will be 21 at 7 at Canyon High School Members will be focusing on spe cific All interested persons are invited to For more infor call chairman Marcia Col leran at Flu shots are available at the Comal County Health Department for a charge of according to Comal County Nurse Shel A nursing supervisor at McKen Pagt 2A   

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