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Seguin Gazette Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 1, 1990, Seguin, Texas TLC hangs Incarnate Word out to dry Pg 4 Serving Seguin and Guadalupe C Vol 101 No 97 Thursday February 1 UIL reunites Seguin with area rivals By JOHN R CORBETT Sports Editor The University Interscholastic League turned back the page of his tory for the Seguin High School ath letic programs Wednesday morning by realigning the Matador teams with some old rivals Seguin was reunited with long time opponents San Marcos and New Braunfels as the three schools joined East Central Harlandale McCollum and South San in a new district that will definitely involve football and basketball and probably include all UIL sports and activities The change for the Seguin football program was the second in three years for the Matadors Seguin had been in with the South San Antonio and Laredo schools for the past two years but the formation of a new border district eliminated the Laredo teams while the move of New Braunfels High School to Class 5A competition set the stage for a more localized district reuniting some area rivalries Seguin High School athletic direc tor and head football coach Mike Honeycutt felt it was a perfect move for Matador football and all Seguin athletic programs All the schools are about the same size and are in great Hon eycutt said We already have natural rivalries with New Braunfels and San Marcos and even with East Central With the other schools we have built a rivalry over the past two years It ought to be a heck of a league We are really The move was also a big one for he Seguin basketball program as the Matador cagers were left in with the Northside San Antonio schools dur ing the football teams change over the past two seasons Seguin Coach Harry Miller was elated at the move I really feel this is a red letter day in Miller said I think it will be good for all sports and for the Miller added that he felt the UIL recognized the need to have schools of similar background and population playing in the same district The UIL grouped schools that were more alike in size and school district Miller said The schools there are community schools that paid their dues against some of the bigger schools Weve been under a tremendous disadvantage in num ters but we always competed the best we could Its tough to go out and fight the dragon with a toothpick It See UIL Pg 4 DISTRICT 255A Seguin New Braunfels San Marcos East Central Harlandale McCollum South San College to revive bonfire tradition Texas Lutheran College will attempt to revive a tradition this month by associating it with another tradition The college is planning a bonfire and pep rally to be held Feb 20 in conjunction with the TLC ver sus St Marys mens basketball game The event will include appear ances by the colleges cheerleaders a pep band the introduction of the basketball teams and speeches by both coaches and players It will be held on the campus in the area north of the TLC tennis courts The event is being organized by Dan Rasmussen and sponsored by the TLC Student Government Asso ciation with the complete backing of the colleges administration Dr Russell Kitchner dean of stu dents said that the college is hoping to provide the students with an opportunity to develop a stronger sense of community The students are looking for traditions to associate Kitch ner said And this is one of the things they wanted so we as an administration are fully supporting the The students are also asking for the help of area residents through the donation of wood to build the bonfire Being sought are donations of clean wood such as lumber pallets and mesquite wood Kitchner said that arrangements can even be made for the students to cut and clear land in return for the wood needed Anyone interested in making a donation to the bonfire should con tact Rasmussen at 3794306 or the TLC Student Government Associa tion at 3794161 Pilot program encourages residents to recycle waste A pilot program accepting waste materials that can be recycled has been started by Guadalupe County at its collection stations in Marion and Kingsbury The Marion collection station is located adjacent to the county equipment yard on FM 78 east of Marion and north of the railroad tracks The Kingsbury collection station is on the comer of County Road 204 Old SeguinLuling Road and FM 2438 approximately one mile south of Interstate10 There will be no dumping charge for any items placed in the contain ers for recyclable materials The containers are for glass plastic newspapers and cardboard In the container for glass all col ors of glass can be mixed together but no mirrors windows or ceram ics should be placed in the contain er Caps and lids should be removed although labels can be left on Recyclable plastic is limited to highdensity polyethylene Made of this type of plastic are bottles used for the sale of milk juice water shampoo liquid detergent anti freeze and alcohol Newspapers should be bundles and strictly limited to newspaper no magazines mail paper bags or other papers The cardboard container is only for the disposal of recyclable flat tened packing or storage boxes Additional information on the countys recycling program is avail able by calling Health and Sanita tion Officer George K Woods at 3794188 extension 250 Rainfall triggers flash flooding By The Associated Press Heavy rainfall triggered flash flooding in North Texas early today with the Johnson County town of Alvaradd reporting water more than a foot deep in some areas Police in the DallasFort Worth area rescued several motorists who drove into deep water covering roads and streets in the area early today There were no reports of injuries but authorities were cau tioning drivers not to drive into deep water A tornado watch was issued for a vast area of the state early today The watch covered an area from the Red River to the Houston area Forecasters said there was a chance of tornados damaging winds hail and very heavy thunderstorms in the area covered by the tornado watch The tornado watch was along and 60 miles on either side of a line from 40 miles east southeast of Aus tin to 70 miles northeast of Dallas The National Weather Service issued a flash flood warning for Johnson County located southwest of Fort Worth early today after the sheriffs department reported exten sive flooding of streets and high ways across the county Show begins THE 1990 GUADALUPE COUNTY Youth Lives tock and Homemakers Show gets under way this afternoon at the Guadalupe County Fair grounds with the first rounds of judging Judg ing will continue all day Friday On Saturday the annual sale will be held beginning at in the SeguinGuadalupe County Coliseum Getting a lamb ready for the show are two members of the Navarro Future Far mers of America Dwayne Schwarzlose left and Bobby Dreibrodt For a complete sche dule and the names of all of this years exhibi tors see the special section which is part of todays issue Staff photo by Steve Boehm 45 6 8 9 10 1112 WEATHER Outlook Tonight mostly cloudy and cooler Low near 50 West and northwest wind near 10 mph Friday mostly cloudy and cool with a 20 per cent chance of showers High in the mid 60s Winds becoming south and southeast near 10 mph Theologian shares Jobs story from Bible at Krost Symposium By ELAINE H SOTO Staff Writer In his presentation for Suffering Interfaith and Intercultural Interpre tations of at Texas Lutheran Colleges Krost Symposium Solo mon Bernards on Wednesday shared Jobs story of going from prosperity to total destruction Bernards said that the central con cern of the book of Job its very essence is the experience of suffer ing unfair unjust suffering He says this book rejects easy answers but is a harvest of insights about relationships of justice a lov ing God and suffering true author of the book according to Bernards is not really known but it is known he was a tru ly sophisticated writer Bernards said it has been ques tioned whether Job was a true figure or a fictional character He says there has been evidence on both sides Scholars who have studied fabled heroes say the stories are based on real people Bernards said the book of Job was written during the fifth and third preChristian century He pointed out that there are some pas sages very difficult to understand Its transmission must have been low Bernards said The scribes were not as precise or exact in the transmission of this Bernards then shared the story of Job that is in two chapters and five scenes Job was an extremely prosperous man blessed with seven sons and three daughters He was known to allow his children to hold wonderful celebrations He was also known for his compassion and piety In the next scene a scene in heaven Bernards said God is with Satan a celestial being that reports scandal to the Almighty The Almighty is boasting of Jobs piety Satan taking a cynical observation challenged God to take away Jobs well being his goods and his family and see that the piety will vanish God is provoked and agrees In four disasters Jobs posses sions and children are taken away from him Job tears his garments shaves his head and prostrates himself shouting that naked he came into the world and naked he would return Job recites the famous statement The eternal gave the eternal has taken away praise the name of the DOROTHEE SOELLE was the first speaker Wed nesday afternoon asthe 10th annual Krost Sym posium got under way at Texas Lutheran Col See Rabbi Pg 2 lege This years theme is Suffering Interfaith and Intercuttural Interpretations of Soelle was followed at the podium by Solomon Ber nards The Krost Symposium concludes this afternoon Staff photo by Steve Boehm Reactions mixed on first discussions at TLCs Krost Symposium By BARRY HALVORSON Writer While there was an apparent con sensus among the major participants jri this years Krost Symposium entitled Suffering Interfaith and Jntercultural interpretations of their reactions to the initial two speakers were mixed based on a panel discussion held in response to those two opening presentations The presentations were delivered by Dorothee Soelle a resident of Germany and among the founders of the action group Political Evening a movement of theological political reflection and action and Solomon Bernards a recognized Jewish theologian The first response was given by Ruth Bernards the wife of Solomon Bernards She said the topics raised the question of suffering and that she could identify with the idea that suf fering is punishment for sin but said that the challenging part of the ques tion was in how a person would respond to the suffering She told the tale of a survivor of the holocaust who during a forced death march stopped and attempted to aid a German soldier She said the woman said it was at that point she chose what course her life would take to live as a human being and help other human beings She said that the lesson taught by the holocaust which Mrs Bernards said was the greatest example of suffering in history was to be sure as individuals that it not be allowed to happen again to work at elimi nating any suffering that was being inflicted on man by man God wants an active Bernards said God doesnt want blind piety but for people to take She was followed by Maria Tere sa Porcile a recognized Roman Catholic lay worker from Uruguay Porcile focused on the difficulty in interpreting the biblical text of Job and that had she not been familiar with the book she would have had two different impressions of the book based on the earlier presentations She said that the book which is based on the theme of innocent suf fering raises a number of disturbing issues She said that in the context of the book Job no longer exists in the current world She said that it raises a pair of concepts one of an omnipotent God who is not so omnipotent and the second a God of compassion See Participants Pg 2
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