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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 23, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas Have a Happy Thanksgiving Officials No decision on border drug funds WASHINGTON AP Southwest border a battle zone in the war on drugs is being consid ered for more federal money in the drug but the Bush administrations strategy has yet to be officials said See Page 4A Groups endorse ethlCS IIIVUZ 1 0 M009 AUSTIN AP Pt SOWEST MlCROPUBLISHTMr endorsed parts of a 2627 E YANDELL DP for the but thi byists be required to rcvc EL PASO give JA WO 3 98 CHS9 year ends on positive note The 1989 football season was a disappointment for the Canyon Cougars only because the team had such high A rash of injuries and plain bad luck left the group with an average1 55 but the team finished See Page 13A 707 Landa New Texas 78130 LISPS 377880 5126259144 November 1SI89 25 Cjsrits Two Board studies second course By MIKE CROUCH Staff writer Are 18 holes enough for the city of New Braunfels The Landa Park Golf Advisory Board doesnt think and has prompted city hall to commission a study to prove The City of New Braunfels has commissioned Toni a graduate student from the University of Texas at San to do a marketing study of the feasibility of having a second golf course in New The study is to determine whether or not the city can support another 5 Membersvofthe golf course advis ory board want another golf course here and are certain the study will be We should have another golf said Bill chairman of the advisory It would be pro fitable to everyone in the includ ing the taxpayers Bill the resident profes sional and course said another course could be sustained sol ely by the number of people turned away from Landa In the we have to turn away 75 to 100 people on the Halbert We also have turned away a number of tourna ments because we did not have the space for them and the green fee Halbert said the course has had rounds of golf played on He for this with to rounds played per See Page 2A Prisoners lighting up despite smoking ban ByJOEKINCHELOE Staff writer Orange pencil paper and toilet paper are the latest craze among inmates at the county Com al County Commissioners were told at a regular meeting Conial Sheriff Jack Bremer and Building Superinten dent Herb Caldwell told commissioners that inmates had been drying orange peels and rolling them in toilet paper to make To light this aromatic prisoners use pencil leads or wire to jump across electrical plugs for a spark or a They apparently pull electric plugs to television sets out slightly and insert the graphite or It makes the connection without turning off the accord ing to To install a breaker device which would prevent inmates from setting fires or lighting the cigarettes would cost the county approximately Caldwell told The court suggested wiring the televisions or even caging or boxing so inmates cannot have easy When youre there all day with nothing to there arc See Page 2A NB area society to help refugees Do crows get scared funny and just plain strange things were used to make about a dozen such as this entry from students at Lone Star for the Gristmills Fifth Annual Scarecrow Contest is donated to United Way of Comal County for each Judging of the scarecrows will be done by the folks who visit the Gristmill and Judging blanks will be available at the Gristmill no purchase is necessary and scarecrows will remain on display through Photo by Desmond Bostick New Braunfcls sister city is but right residents of this GermanTexan com munity arc being asked to help their brothers and sisters in another part of The New Braunfcls German American Society is coming to the aid of the East German refugees in West according to society presi dent Helgard The sheer numbers of people who left before the Berlin Wall was open was enough to strain the relief agen cies in West Germanyand now with the wall there are even she Many are being held in refugee camps and arc without clo thing or We have opened a special account at a local bank and are asking people to donate to the aid of these Suhr New Braunfels resident Frank Wit ting is going to chair the We will ask for donations until just before See Page 2A Today will be a sunny and cool a perfect day to enjoy family and The high will be near 64 degrees with the low tonight dropping to the Winds will be out of the northeast av 10 to 15 Friday will be more of the same with a high in the 60s and low in the Inside DEAR TV Siegel to analyze local economy The of New Braunfels Comal Countywill be analyzed Tuesday when a special report is presented by Robert In April the Industrial Foundation of New Braunfels sponsored a report on the Comal Coun ty Economy and Housing Bob Siegel is coming back to provide us an timely and current report on our local eco said Mike event Siegel will provide the community with an accu current evaluation of the local economy and the key variables that power that Robert Siegel specializes in market analysis and real estate feasibility stu The firm was formed by Siegel in The bulk of the firms work is analysis of mark See Page 2A String em up Mike Bielmann and Greg both pf New Braunfels string Christmas lights on the live pine tree on Main The living pine tree will be lighted for the first time this replacing the clal Christmas tree that has been for several LaVerne a City Council member at the was instrumental in getting the tree by Harvey and Betty Vogel and transplanted by Conrad Sphulte in on the plaza at 6 30 to see the pirte become a glowing Christmas tree during the Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony and Santa Class Photo by Desmond Bostick Friends of Dhllinger Memorial Library invite the public to become a member by paying dues at the library In addition to meetings every other youll be entitled to presalc inspection and purchase at the Friends annu al book the Friends already are accepting books for next years If you have a special request for a specific theyll watch for it and save Call 6200217 or 6254642 for more The Marion High School Band won third place in class AA com petition at the state U1L marching contest in Austin This year marks the third consecutive time for the band to earn the thirdplace ranking at the state Fourteen bands from all parts of Texas were selected to march in this years AA final Marions show featured an open ing drill to the time of followed by the pro duction An American in The band ended its routine with When you wish upon a Earlier this the group won first place at the prestigious Westlake Marching adding another trophy to the many it has garnered over the The band is under the direction of Mike Help light up a life during the Ronald McDonald House Lights of Love Each donation will make a light shine on the Ronald McDonald House outdoor The lighting cere mony will be 1 from 5 to 7 and Ronald will be present to watch his house at 15th and Trinity A child whose fami Set Pago 2A
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