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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 30, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels SOWEST I March Serving Comal County Home of Sue Hasert 50 Cents 75 Cents Sunday 93 Peter Marshall Marshall Nation has lost its way By DAVID SULLENS HeraldZeltung Some 500 people gathered at the New Braunfels Civic Center at Monday to hear minister and author Peter Marshall preach a mes sage of and With a style that held his audience at the annual May ors Prayer Breakfast spell Marshall said the United States is a nation that has lost its straying far from its source of He opened the sponsored by the local chapter of the Christian Business Mens speaking of the horrible winter suffered through by the army of George Washington at Valley He said the hardships suf fered by that army were the crucible in which the nation was formed and made Before Valley Marshall that army had never won a After Val ley they never lost And three years they won the The American dream of two cars in the garage and enough money to send the kids to college is not what those men fought and died the minister It ran much deeper than that Marshall said a third of all pregnancies in the end in abortion and 92 percent of all abortions are for conve Were living in a throw away he Vio lence on television has created kids who life Theyre hardened to death and And our education system today compared with the Colo nial system is Weve lost our sense of pur pose and he Marshall said only the kind of faith and commitment shown by the men who made up Washingtons army will be able to return the to the greatness it once I believe were in the ninth inning Marshall But there is Its a slim And dont kid yourself that its going to take any less com mitment than it took on the part of our Inside CLASSIFIED 78 COMICS 9 BUSINESS 3 DOWNTOWN 10 KRUEGER 3 OBITUARIES 3 OPINION 4 SPORTS 5 WATER WATCH 3 WEATHER 3 Youve taken the initiative to purify the to come up with alternative Other users of that same water supply need to take the same initiative you all Lamar Smith Smith By ROSE MARIE EASH HeraldZeltung Lamar Smith spoke before members of the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce board of the legislative affairs committee and city and county officials on His remarks focused on the status of the Endangered Species Act as it relates to his introduction of a bill concerning criminal aliens and the federal Smith commended Comal County for their efforts in water saying Endangered Species Act was not the central issue good water Even if there was no fountain darter youd still have the issue of clean water at a reasonable cost and that really is the overriding Smith Youve taken the initiative to provide ss other sources of dont use that much out of the Edwards Youve got the Guadalupe youve finished construction of a treatment plant and so Youve taken the initiative to purify the to come up with alternative Other users of that same water supply need to take the same initiative you all Smith said the Endangered Species Act would probably be up for reauthorization this but he anticipated only two Lamar Smith changes that might narrowing of the definition of what qualifies as an endangered species and an amendment exempting areas with single sources of He said he did not expect either propo sition to Smith also spoke of a bill he introduced Friday on criminal illegal Smith said 42 percent of all the federal inmates in Texas prisons are illegal aliens and should have been According to Smith it costs taxpayers per year to house each of those Smith said his bill would register con victed criminal illegal aliens with the Jus tice Department Smith said criminals who should be deported often avoid the process simply by not showing up for their depor tation the federal Smith said the Republican alternative to President Clinstons economic package would have reduced the deficit by the same amount as Clintons budget without any new He also said it would have cut less out of every section of the budget except govern ment overhead Smith said Republicans must provide viable alternatives if they want to regain the presidency and that both parties must be held accountable for their recommen dations and their If Republicans ever want to sincerely lay claim to being in the to ing a Republican I think we have to show what we would do if we were governing and be able to point to an alter said say this is what we would do if we were the majority in the House and the Senate if we con trolled the Highway projects endorsed By ROSE MARIE EASH HeraldZeltung The Comal County Road Department received endorse ment from Comal County Com missioners Monday for their rec ommended priorities for the Texas Department of Trans portation highway improvement projects in Comal A public meeting on the issue will be held at 7 tonight at the TDCTs District Headquar ters in Building 2 at 4615 NW Loop 410 in San The meeting will allow for comment on the selection of pro jects to be included in the 1994 Transportation Improvement Program and the 1994 Project Development Those plans guide and control project develop on a three and ten year The Comal County priority list will be submitted to TDOT for Some of these projects are already on their said Tom County Hornseth said the road pro jects are long but the coun ty must begin acquiring proper ty as soon as the state is ready to start a project or risk being bumped by another County Judge Carter Casteel and Commissioners Neil Craig mile and Cristina Zamora plan to attend the public Projects currently in the queue with the state include Farm to Market 1863 Bridge improvement at Lewis Creek and roadway improve ments from State Highway 46 to Mission Valley Road FM 1102 Roadway improvements from FM 306 to Hoffman Lane and roadway improvements from Hoffman Lane to Watson Lane FM 482 Roadway improve ment from Interstate High way 35 to FM 2252 FM 2252 Roadway improvement from FM 3009 to CLOWNING AROUND By GARY CARROLL HeraldZeltung The 57yearold Carson and Barnes the largest bigtop circus in the will be in New Braunfels Wednesday for two per The traveling circus will bring to town 20 100 exotic animals and nearly 100 Proceeds from the two shows will benefit the New Braunfels High School All Sports Booster Les lifetime director of the booster said he was approached by several peo ple in New Braunfels aboTifebringing a circus to the Caffey presented the idea to the who made the event a The Carson and Barns circus boasts a big top that is 396 feet long and 146 feet Inside the giant bigtop will be five rings of action including lion bal ancing jugglers and trapeze On Wednesday spectators are invited to watch the circus workers raise the worlds largest circus If both the 6 and 8 shows sell the circus will stay and do another perfor mance following the 8 We 17 different entities at New Braunfels High School at a cost of about to Wed like to make it Caffey Tickets are on sale today at both Jims Videos the Unicom DriveIn and Kiesling Radiator Advance ticket prices are for adults and for Tickets will be for adults and for chil dren at the Footer and a married clown for the Carson and Barnes appeared at Lollipop Kids Child Development Center last week to promote the Wednesday Pho to by Karla County jail administrator honored Comal County Jail Administrator Brian John was honored recently by the New Braun fels Rotary John was the third recipient of the Rotary clubs Law Enforcement Officer of the Month In Brian John was asked to take over as jail administrator in a facility that did not meet Jail Commission was without proper and had been rel egated to an inferior position in the hierarchy of county Comal County Sheriif Jack Bremer said of Brian agreed to take on the task of rebuild ing the county jail and jumped in with both the sheriff going on to list some of the jail administrators more signifi cant accomplishments over the past four Johns accomplishments include The establishment of a communications system for the safety of jail officers Working diligently to dissolve a federal consent decree that took jail supervision away from the county Recommendation of new uniforms that improved the appearance and morale of jail employees Institution of a cleanliness program with in the jail that has significantly improved liv ing conditions for inmates and working con ditions for employees Successful supervision of a nonsmoking policy in the jail that has become a model throughout the state Successful implementation of a GED pro gram for jail Sheriff Jack Bremer presents Jail Administra tor Brian John with an award naming John the New Braunfels Rotary Clubs Law Enforcement Officer of the Stammtisch Sports Best wishes The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung sends Birthday wishes to Elizabeth Kris ten Zenaida Rachael Kerby Kelyn Zoeller and Helen Bone marrow donors A bone marrow drive for Charles Thornton of Smithson Valley High School will be held 47 March 31 at the Bui verde Community Testing is avail able at no charge to the first 50 nonminori All minorities will be tested for Anyone between the ages of 18 and 55 in good health may be Those tested will be put on the National Marrow Donor Pro gram South Texas Blood Bank will be doing the A simple blood teat will determine a Donations are and payment of the needed for payment or other donations are Habitat for Humanity Habitat for Humanity will hold an open meeting at April 1 at Holy Family For more call Hernandez family benefit The Hernandez Family Childrens Fund is selling raffle tickets through June 4 for a 1993 Dodge Dakota Proceeds from the raffle will go to the childrens trust Drawing will be held June 14 at 4 at the Waimart Distribution Center on Interstate Tickets are available at Becker Motor and Call 6251757 for Continued on page 3 Regional qualifier The New Braunfels Unicorn soccer team clashes with the San Antonio the areas 1 ranked team at tonight In a regional qualify ing tilt at Blossom Athletic Center In San For 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