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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 1, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas 2BHeraldZeitung 1 Friday April Texas Today Campus Security On Of safety is on the lips of several Rice University students folio w ing the abduction of four stu dents three of whom were left naked at a flower shop and a fourth who was driven away and s the incident began about thursday as the stu dents two men and two women wene confronted by two gunmen in a parking lot at Mary Oibbs Jones College police said The men forced the four into the car of one of the students and took diem to an automatic teller machine police said The vic tims told investigators they could not produce an ATM card so they were taken to the parking lot of a flower shop and ordered to strip The four were robbed of their wallets Although the gunmen talked about shooting the four they instead took one of the students a 20yearold woman police said The men then drove the woman about seven blocks where she was raped and left in the car After the men fled on foot the woman sought help at a nearby home The other students called police from the flower shop area Federal Judge Orders Investigation Into Inmate Medical Care TYLER Texas AP Fol lowing claims that at least one Texas inmate died and another performed surgery on himself a federal judge has ordered an investigation into whether state prisoners are being denied prop er medical treatment District Judge William Wayne Justice who presided over the longrunning Ruiz law suit concerning conditions in state prisons gave the Texas Attorney Generals Office and prison officials 60 days to inves tigate and file a report with the court Under a final judgment in the Ruiz case in December Justice ordered the state to ppn tinue giving proper health care to prisoners and to monitor com pliance But several motions and affi davits filed by inmates claim that has not been done according to a court order signed Wednesday the Tyler Morning Telegraph reported today I i r Todays weather drawing was by Hughes a sec ondgrade student at Lone Star Elementary Todays weather Tonight and Saturday late night and early morning low cloudi ness along with Intermittent light rain drizzle and fog other wise partly cloudy Low In the upper 50s High In the upper 70s Water watch Canyon ft cfs Outflow Edwards NA Comal Pollen count Count Condition moderate moderate moderate Willow moderate flwfen Count courtesy of Solar lunar data Sun rites at and aets at Friday The moon sets at Friday Send your weather drawing to Roger Croteau HeraldZeitung 707 LandaSt New Braunfels TX 78130 T4rV SPECIAL UNLIMITED TANS FOR A MONTH COME BY THIS WEEK RESERVE YOUR APPT FOR OUR OPENING DAY FRIDAY APRIL 1ST COURTYARD SHOPPING CENTER NEXTTOBEALLS 6080448 Mollys Htm Road General Store of The O Patio Thursday Revival Bros Friday Blues Farm Saturday Southbound Rd Open till 620RAFT Correction In the March 27 issue of the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung it was reported that Lieutenant Governor Bob Bullock supported gubernato rial candidate George Bushs pro posal for home rule schools The story should have stated that Bul lock supported Gdvefnor Ann Richards proposal for charter Stop Smbking American Heart Association Friday April 1 JAY ERIC SiturtUy April 2 15 No Cover Dan McCoy Saturday Night JOHNNY DEE THE ROCKET 88S Sunday April 3 124 No Cover Wimberly Vol Fire Ants 59 No Cover Bruce Robison Band No Cover Chris Judy Coming Advanced Tickets Available April IS 16 HalKetchum April 22 23 Jerry Jeff Walker April 29 Taj Mahal For Information Call 572 W San Antonio Street EASTER SIWDAT SERVICES AM Son rise 260 Lakeview am Sanctuary am Sanctuary am Sanctuary Flowering of the Cross at Sanctuary services Special music at all sarvices Nursery for preschoolers open at am I I W u GREAT FOOD FOR LUNCH AND DINNER Old World Favorites Traditional American Food Fantastic Desserts Seniors and Childrens Menu Es schmeckt gut OMAS HAUS RESTAURANT Open Everyday JUST OFF IH 35 EXIT 189 ON HIGHWAY 46 jtt n M a m m M Eggscellent savings start here with over 48 factory stores offering famous brands and terrific prices all at 2070 off full depart rnent store prices Visit and have your picture taken with the Easter Bunny Saturday April 2 from am to pm In suite between Slml Fashion for Children and Leather Loft gvaphs available for each While youre there be sure to get your FREE bunny board and draw an egg out of the giant basket for coupons free who knows you might even draw the grand egg filled with free gifts from participating merchants N W RA UN F S On IH35 at Exit 1Q8 Jysl M minulee from fan Antonio One Dollar Off On Purchase of or more at parUcipatlng exhibitors only Limit one coupon per customer April 9 10 i
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