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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 1, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas 2 New Braunf els HwaWZeitung November Halloween indoors There werent too many trickortreaters on the streets of New Braunfels mainly because local youngsters had lots of alternatives to the door todoor Carl Schurz student Eric Morgan carves a pumpkin in Diana Jones class Lower threeyearold Barry Staff photos by Cindy Richardson looking a little older than his gets some help from his at the Holiday Inn party sponsored by the Divine Foods and the Lower youngsters in costume attended a party at Canyon High NBISD meeting tonight The New Braunfels ISO trustees have called a special meeting tonight to discuss the boundaries for the proposed single member The special meeting will begin at and will be followed by the regularly scheduled study session at According to Assistant Superin tendent Lonnie the special meeting will deal with clarifying the legal descriptions of the There will be no changing of lines at Curt is In the study the trustees will review preliminary drawings for the new elementary school as well as hear a summary of recom mendations made to the Select Committee on Public Education by the University In terscholastic Reports also will be given on the districts enrollment limited English proficiency students the athletic revenues the per capita appropriation and the LVN The trustees will hear i report on the cost of tiwMAUgf suitinan executive YOU CAN HELP FIGHT SCHOOLAGE DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE I ATTEND YOUR CHEMICAL PEOPLE TOWN MEETING Schoolage drug and alcohol abuse is a national But theres something you can Get involved in THE CHEMICAL PEOPLE Town Meetings in every Concern in every All were waiting for is TIME LOCATION New Hraunfels Middle Canyon High School Smithson Valley High School WATCH THE CHEMICAL NOVEMBER 2 AND 9 on your public television CMCMIC4L Complimenfs of Texas Commerce Local woman sues Wurstfest A New Braunfels woman hu filed a civil suit against the Wurstfest Association and a decorating company In connection with an incident at the festival in New Braunfels attorney Michael Smithers filed the suit Monday in 274th District Court on behalf of Milby of Mary Mont The suit names the Wurstfest Association of New Braunfels and Convention Decorating Service We havent specified the amount of damages in the Smithers Smithers said Casey was injured when a banner attached to a piece of wood fell from above the dance floor in the Wursthalle and hit Casey on the Casey suffered a and has had some problems since Smithers Smithers said he has been in contact with the Wurstfest Association and Convention Decorative providing them information for their insurance Smithers said he filed the suit The statute of limitations in personal injury cases is two and the case was filed two days before the second anniversary of the Man recaptured after escape A 24yearold New Braunfels man escaped Sunday from the Police Department booking but the escape was Micky Lynn Caves of 380 Faust was originally arrested for public intoxication and disorderly conduct around Police were responding to a fight in progress call at the River Park Caves was taken to the booking where he managed to get He was apprehended a short distance away on West Garden and Castell streets by officers John VUlarreal and Dennis Twoyearold dies after fall from hayride A New Braunfels child died Saturday night after falling off a hayride in Grimes Jonathan of 977 died at at Grimes Memorial 70 miles northwest of He was the son of Tony and Norma Maddoz of New The accident occurred at at the Gary Maddox about 9 miles north of The child was on a family hayride on a flatbed trailer pulled by a The child tumbled off the front of the and landed with his head under the a spokesman from the Grimes Sheriffs Department An ambulance and an emergency helicopter from Houston was called to the The child was transported by ambulance to Grimes Memorial Hospital in He died at the hospitals emergency a sheriffs spokesman The accident was investigated by Sheriffs Deputy David Services for the child were at today at Zoeller Funeral with burial at Guadalupe Valley Memorial The Harold Zirkel of New Braunfels He was born June in San Survivors include his his and Bruce Maddox of Houston and and McMurray of San Memorials may be sent to Texas Mission Home in San PATRICIA YZNAGAKING The suspect was rearrested for misdemeanor but a Comal County Sheriffs Office spokeswoman said Tuesday that Caves had already been released from jail on One too miny of one thing and not enough ot the other 6259144 HvraldZtltung Taylor 89P S 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfel Herald Publishing 186 Castell New Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Manager Claude Elnora Manager Robert Johnson Mike Grist Coordinator Cheryl McCampbell Manager Don Manager Carol Foreman Gus Foreman Roland Kraft Shop Foreman Wanda Editor David Editor Patricia Editor Subscription Rates In Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one In Texas 6 one Out of state 6 one Senior Citizens Discount In Blanco and Kendall Counties 6 one Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New TX REPORT OF CONDITION Coniolidning domeilic lubiiditriti of Texas Commerce BankNew Braunfels al New Braunfels In the Halt of Texas at the close ol business on September 933 published in response lo call made by Comptroller ol the under lille United Stales Section Charter number 4295 National Bank Region Number 33626 665 Statement ol Resources and Liabilities Cash and due Irom depository institutions U Treasury securities Obligations ol other U S Governmenl agencies and corporations Obligahons ol Stales and political subdivisions in the United All other securities Federal lunds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell Tolal eicluding unearned Less Allowance lor possible loan Lease financing Bank lurnilure and and other assets representing bank premises Real estate owned other than bank Intangible assets All other TOTAL Demand deposits ol and corporations Time and savings deposits ot partner and corporations Deposits ol Unned Slates Governmenl Deposits ol Stales and political subdivisions in me United Stales State of Texas All other Certified and officers checks TOTAL Tolal demand Tolal lime and savings Federal lundi purchased and securities sold under agreements lo repurchase Intereslbeaiing demand noles nole balances issued lo the U S Treasury and other liabilities lor borrowed Mortgage indebtedness and liability lor capilalned All other TOTAL LIABILITIES eicludmg subordinated noles and Subordinated noles and Thousands of dollars L587 Preferred flock Common stock shares outstanding authorised shares ouMianding None par value Undivided ptofiii and reserve lor contingencies and other capital reserves TOTAL EOUITV TOTAL LIABILITIES AMP EOUITV Amounts outstanding as ol report dale Standby letters ol Time certificates ol deposit in denominations ol or more Olher lime deposits in amounts Ol of more Avtiagi to 30 calendar days en calendar month ending with report dale Total the undersigned attest lo the correctness ol this statement of resources and liabilities We declare thai it has been examined by and te the best ol our idae and belief has been prepared in conlor nriance iirvihe instructions and is true arjd correct Joseph Vice President Cashier of the abovenamed bank do hereby declare that this of Condition is true and correct lo the best ol knowledge and belief Directors
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