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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 15, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas                                Mattox outlines plan to fight drugs in Texas DALLAS AP Crime may not but turning in drug pushers could net confidential informants at least 10 percent of the lawbreakers assets under anti measures by Democratic gubernator ial candidate Jim See Page 3A Undefeated Unicorns makeAPs4AToplO Aftdr beating such highlyregarded teams as Tivy and the New Braunfcls Unicorns have finally found a Associated Press Top The 10th 4lo M now finish their season Friday go WEST Ml pUBLlSHlMG r A dayafter buffet easy at Thanksgiving For many of Thanksgiving dinner is a pleasur g7 indulgent excuse to cook enough food to Delicious ideas for Thanksgiving lef nt end with sandwiches and reheated side EL TX 79903 See Page 1B New Braunfels 3 707 Larida New Texas 78130 USPS 377880 5126259144 Zeituno C4 n A A Wednesday November 1989 25 Cents Two 22 Pages Unicorns stomp Rattlers New Braunfels High School head basketball coach Cliff intently watches his Unicorn which came from behind to defeat the San Marcos Rattlers 5954at the season opener Tuesday the NewBraunfels Uni corn Cheerleaders cheer their team to that For details on the see Page 11 Photo by Desmond Bostick Council accepts bid for new ambulance New Braunfels City Council hopes the purchase of a new ambulance will eliminate many problems exper ienced by emergency medical service Council Monday approved the purchase of a Type III modular ambulance for from Collins Ambu lance in The ambulance is a budgeted item for the The purchase would make four ambu lances available for the City Manager Paul Grohman said four ambulances will be on call at all with the fifth the oldest ambulance as a The current ambulances are 4 to 5 years There arenow four ambulances in service for the but there is not a backup in case of said Groh The addition of the ambulance will not require more emergency personnel because the same number of vehi cles will be on active he The current Grohman have had prob lems with the air conditioning and low amperage We cannot afford to have malfunctioning emergency The air conditioning is very necessary in the ambulances because with long patient transfers there needs to be temperature control or the heat becomes life even in mild Grohman We chose the Type III because it is more durable and usable than One aspect of the new Type III ambulance that was attractive to Grohman was the chassis and the compart ment can be which would save on the cost of replacing the compartment if the vehicle were to need The city manager said most cities are now using the Type 111 ambulance because it is possible to replace chassis and reuse the The Type II ambu lance is built as one piece and cannot be Theres little difference in the cost maybe but you double the life of the said The ambulance should arrive within 90 Grohman and would be ready to go into service at that 345 cast votes on bond issue A school bond election Saturday theproposed on of a New Braunfels Independent School District sixthgrade facility and and renova tions to Lamar Primary Polls will open at 7 and remain open until 7 Saturday to decide a million bond accord ing to Connie Waltisperger of the New Braunfels Independent School Waltisperger said absentee voting ended Tuesday with 345 voting in She said one mailout ballot had been sent but not yet All including must be received no later than 7 The bond package includes million for the new sixthgrade school and an additional for reno vation of Lamar Primary Waltisperger said the following polling places will be open Lone Star Primary School at 144 Hidalgo Trustee District Seele Elementary School at 540 Howard Trustee District New Braunfels Middle School at 659 Guenther District Lamar Primary School at 240 Central District New Braunfels High School at 2551 Loop 337 District Sales tax rebate drops 1 percent A dramatic change in the weather is on the A cold front will hit the area early this afternoon and drop temperatures by between 18 and 25 This afternoons high will be in the The overnight dip into the upper The front is expected to keep temperatures in the 30s for lows and 60s for highs for the next few Inside DEAR TV Reforming workerscompensation system Session coming down to vote AUSTIN AP A state Senate committee later today a cosponsor of the Hobby was expected to approve Govi Bill Hobbys business The bill is expected to waltz through committee and backed proposal for reforming the workers compensation then be rushed to the full Senate for probab insurance ly On the first day of a special legislative ses Lawmakers have failed in two other sessions this year to Hobby sent the bill to the Economic Development which is chaired by Ike and See Page 2A Sales tax rebates to the City of New Braunfels dropped 1 percent in October compared to last but the news is nothing to be alarmed said City Manager Paul According to a report from the State Comptrolers New Braunfels received a rebate check from the state for down percent from the rebate received last This is not a it is not any thing to be alarmed Grohman The drop is only in the past if the drop continues on to next month then we might be Yeartodate payments are up percent from last The pay ments to date total million up from last years The rebates are from sales taxes collected during September by businesses that file monthly returns and taxes collected in August and September by businesses that file quarterly Seguins rebate check is down percent for last month and up only 4 percent over the The rebate to San Marcos is down percent in October and up percent for the Communist leaders consider offer of aid BERLIN AP East Germanys leaders today considered West Ger manys offer of massive financial but Mikhail Gorbachev cautioned that exporting capitalism could hurt the growing climate of cooperation in Near the historic Brandenburg revelers staged an allnight vigil expecting a new hole today in the Ber lin Wall that vwould reopen the citys mosifamous East Germanys new Hans agreed Tuesday meet nQmfnal opposition figures on pros fprmipg a coalition countrys Cprnmunist leaders also pondered West offer of fmanjcia program in the style of the postyvar Plan which would require them to fundamentally reform the centrally planned believed to have encouraged the ouster of hardline East German leader Erich Honecker and the dizzying reforms that led to walls warned Wester ners not to gloat over the demise of Communism in the East When accusations of exporting revolutions are replaced with calls for exporting we have at hand datigerpus manifestation of old Tass paraphrased Gorba chev as saying Tuesday in Even leaders of New the East German opposition group lead ing massive protest marches fpr See Cheer Fund kicks off eighth annual drive Thanksgiving is next and most of us are concentrating on getting the turkey and dressing In our spare we think about that list of things for which we will give There are some in our communi who are less fortu These folks are the reason for the annual New Braunfels tlerald Zeilung Cheer Each year since the news paper sponsored the drive to provide a Christmas dinner to the less fortunate in the area who might not otherwise enjoy a holi day That first the drive netted and spent prpvide baskets tP 6jQ The drive has grown and now provides baskets to 200 families in the This a goal of has been set to buy the goodies to fill those All of the taxdeductible contri butions are used to purchase the food items contained on the Cheer Fund shopping The admini strative and distribution costs are provided by the and community Even the paper bags and boxes used to pack up the baskets have been In the contributions have exceeded the goal and provided a beginning balance to start the drive each This a balance of kicks off the annual See Page 2 The New Braunfels Girl Scout Neighborhood invites the public to join in an historic Neighborhood Walking Tour Particip ants may enjoy viewing the historic homes and buildings con structed by settlers of New Braun fels and may purchase the Neigh borhood Walking Tour Patch for The tour starts at the Lind heimcr 494 Cornal and continues past as many as 69 homes and Anyone interested should call Girl Scout Neighborhood Director Debbie Richter at Youngsters from Grucne Koun try 4H Club will be hitting the streets tomorrow night in certain neighborhoods looking for dona tions of canned Each year the youngsters collect canned goods for the SOS Food This they will be going doortodoor in the River Grucne and Inspiration Members are reminded mat the meeting will start at at the County Extension Ailccn wife of Republi can gubernatorial candidate Jack will be in New Braunfels 29 for a coffee hosted by Paul Rains Coma County in her home at 870 Whitewater Road from 10 to Rains will discuss her hus bands qualifications and plans to reform education and create jobs in Rains is vice chairman of the Battleship Texas Advisory a past chairman of Baylor College of Medicines Baylor 10 and a member of the See Page 2A   

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