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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 15, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas                                MITCH WOMBLE BOX 45436 TX mSf Unico Page 9A Grand Jury indictments include indecency By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer A Comal ISO bus driver charged with indecency with a child was among 19 individuals indicted by a Comal County Grand Jury Durwood Dee Stegall also known as Joe Stegall of 1610 Viewcrest was suspended without pay by CISD of ficials after his arrest on At age he had been a bus driver for CISD for 10 The indictment against Stegall involved a female elementary school who was five years old when the incidents on the school bus began about a year Four Seguin residents and a San Marcos man were each indicted Wednesday for robbery by relating to an incident with a hitchhiker along Interstate 35 on Those indicted were Jesse Valdez Gallegos of 147 CMI San Marcos and Eufemio Vasquez of 405 Roberto Herrera of 608 San Antonio Dora Perez of 526 and Manuel Martinez of 753 San An tonio all of The indictment against Herrera was enhanced by a 1980 theft conviction in Caldwell and an 1973 Comal County conviction for robbery by See GRAND Page 12A Comal River signs to stay put ByDANASTELL Staff writer Signs warning of high bacteria levels in the water will remain along parts of the Comal River until the state health department discovers lower test results in the City Manager Joe Michie said the problem is not limited to New New Braunfels is not theyre having this problem in this whole he It seems to be a general problem in this region in San Marcos and San With more and more septic tanks and more and more it looks like this is going to be a continual problem for In giving the findings of the state health department this Michie Our totals bacteria levels and our fecal coliform levels are still The state health department recommends that the signs remain posted until further sampling demonstrates an Samples taken Monday at Landa near Coll and in the GuadaComa area show total bac teria counts of and 300 parts per Levels of fecal coliform in the same three spots were and 130 parts per The state has recommended a safe level of 200 parts per Michie said state sanitarians now will average a weeks worth of samples to determine if the signs should Smokebusters Great American Smokeout today below New Braunfels Thursday November New Texas 25 Cents 20 Pages Sections Invasion fears Nicaragua AP Foreign Minister Miguel dEscoto says a Reagan administration claim that his country threatens its neighbors is stupid because any attack on them could trigger a invasion of who accused officials of irresponsible commented at a news conference in where the leftist government continued a military alert to defend against a predicted in As dEscoto spoke thousands of school children in blue and white uniforms marched to the Embassy We want peace In El Salvador one of the countries which the Reagan administration says is threatened by Nicaraguas arms buildup army troops battled leftist rebels in the nor thern province of Morazan and patrolled main highways in eastern provinces in response to guerrilla threats to attack all At a meeting of the Organization of American States in the fournation Contadora which is working on a peace plan for Central issued a statement Wednesday suggesting there had been progress in reconciling conflicting views of the five countries affected by the at his news was reacting to comments by a Pentagon Michael who said Tuesday that Nicaragua represents a threat to the sovereignty of El Salvador and Burch said the United States would come to the aid of either country if it were Said dEscoto Even if Nicaragua had a government as adventurous and irresponsible as the Reagan ad we could never get away with He said Nicaragua knows quite that if we were to take this type of we would be serving the pretext that Reagan has always been looking for to invade It would be stupid to think that Nicaragua itself would be an aggressor against dEscoto Its so absurd its Nicaragua declared a state of military alert on Mon calling up reservists and militia members for active duty and sending tanks into the streets of Nicaraguas Supreme Electoral Council officially declared Sandinista junta leader Daniel Ortega presidentelect Wednesday and released final results for all seven parties that participated in the 4 national Complete returns confirmed that the leftist Sandinista National Liberation Front won overwhelmingly against six minor taking 61 of 96 seats in the national assembly as well as the presidency and vice Inside Water Watch Comal cfs same Canyon Lake cfs down 21 Canyon Dam cfs up 5 Edwards down 04 Canyon Lake down Todays Weather The forecast for today is cloudy and mild with turning cooler The high for today should be near 70 and the overnight low should be in the CANYON LAKE 5A CLASSIFIED 68B COMICS 4B DEAR ABBY 7A DEATHS 2A HOROSCOPE SB KALEIDOSCOPE 2B OPINIONS 4A SCRAPBOOK 3B SPORTS 911A STOCKS 2A TV LISTINGS 4B WEATHER 3A Haas votes against Seguin water permit ByDANASTELL Staff writer The city of Seguin was granted a permit Tuesday to pump water out of the Edwards Underground Aquifer during times of low flow in the Guadalupe But Oliver a member of the Aquifer districts board of wants Central Texas cities to find alternate sources of water and stop and use stored water in conjuction with surface water to supplement the That is the only way we could control Haas and fellow board member Tony Cortes of San Antonio voted against granting the permit to I wanted these people to come up for a I thought we could control it that Haas Then we would be forcing them to get stored water from Guadalupe Blanco River I would not mind letting those people have some water when theyre Haas ex plaining that he would like to see other water sources The permit allows the city of Seguin to pump water at a rate of 9 cubic feet per second into the Guadalupe River out of Seguins well in The water will travel 28 miles downstream and be picked up at the treatment plant near Starcke Park in which is not in the Edwards Aquifer district and has a runofthe river permit for water will be allowed to use the well when the Guadalupe River does not supply enough water for the Haas said the permit does not contain a termination There isnt any shutoff eceppt that they only intend to use the well during low flow of the Haas Haas said Seguins need for a permit came about because the well was last used in and the rules changed in That 1983 was the See Page 12A Lesson in history Emma an Eden Home resident receives flowers and an adoption certificate from Seele Elementary teacher Judy Hinkhouse and student Steven recently told the class about LESLIE KRIEWALDT HERALDZEITUNG growing up in New and the students liked her so they decided to adopt Thats where the adoption certificate fits Schneider is Kohlenbergs greatgreat great by the Smokers to get candy and support for Smokeout By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Smokers struggling to kick the habit during the Greet American Sinakeout todiy will get moral support and gentle persuasion froro relatives and the African Cancer In WVM Smokeout become a in MM Health and Human Services Secretary Margaret If you help us strengthen this new tradition by trying not If you dont lend your moral support to someone who Across the hospitals are serving up cold turkey meals for successful quitters and people are fiUJAg survival kite with caudy and otter romcoies to keep smokers hands and minds off In Falcon brothers Lowell and Bruce Anderson will no longer sell tobacco products or paraphernalia in their Falcon Heights Pharmacy in honor of the smokeout and the states 1Mb annual Weve wanted to do this for but we never had the courage said Lowell Its one of those things that you just wake up one morning and Lets do In 800 students at North Middle School will release heliumfilled balloons with jjaeir addresses and a bit of youthful wisdom about quitting according to the cancer Starting Indianapolis and New Jersey smokers can caU a Smokebusters hotline to hear a special message from former The caU will cost 50 cwtis about half the price of a of   

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