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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 29, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas                                Halfway there School restoration project has raised Iky LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer The drive to restore the old New Braunfels High School had raised in pledges as of New Braunfels ISO superintendent Charles Brad berry But the goal of for the exterior work is still a long way The New Braunfels ISO board faces a choice of either restoring the old high school on Mill Street or building a new structure to house administrative offices that have outgrown their building across from the old high Voters approved a bond that included for a new aditilnisfratidrt The money plus its interest Would be enough to build a structure or renovate square feet of the old high schoolss But the bond money will not be adequate to do the exterior work necessary on the old The interior has begun to deteriorate because the exterior is no longer especially at the west end of the old The would be used to See Page 12A The old New Braunfels High School as it looked in the New Braunfels Cougars face stern tests Page 8A Thursday November New Texas 231 25 Cents 28 Pages Sections Lending a hand Fund started for injured local youth ByDANASTELL Staff writer A friend of Ryan Vosika has established a fund in his name to help pay the growing costs of keeping the twoyearold on a life support The boy remains in a coma in a San Antonio hospital today after falling into the Guadalupe River My little girl was in the hospital twice at the beginning of the said Cindy explaining why she set up the At the I didnt think about the hospital rather than sending flowers and which Ryan has no concept this will help relieve a little bit of the gave Leissner 12 Christmas tins to place in businesses around As of Wednesday the boxes had been placed in the Under Pass Landa Kenos and Persons wishing to donate to the fund also can deposit money directly into M Bank at 451 Main Plaza in the name of the Ryan Vosika Hospital Leissner said she will give a receipt to contributors who want and has offered to pick up money from anyone donating to the She can be reached after 5 at Response to the fund was good Tuesday when she first distributed the collection Leissner And the fund drive probably will continue as long as Ryans in the she According to New Braunfels paramedic Randy Ryan fell into the river while at his grand parents house off Texas 46 South about 2 He apparently just slipped and See Page 12A Deficit reduction Doles top priority WASHINGTON AP Robert elected majority leader in a freeforall among five Senate says he will put reducing the federal deficit before reforming tax laws if it comes to a choice between the If one has to come I hope its deficit the 61yearold Kansas lawmaker said after Wed nesdays leadership There may be a way to do a twotrack system where we can bring them along who replaces outgoing Senate Majority Leader Howard Baker of was elected by a tie breaking 2825 vote over the outgoing assistant Ted Stevens of Three other candidates James McClure of Pete Domenici of New Mexico and Richard Lugar of Indiana were eliminated before it came down to a faceoff between Dole and unable to add to his core of support among bedrock con dropped out of the run ning garnering only eight votes among the 53 GOP senators and Domenici was dropped from the running when he got only 10 votes on the second On the Dole and Stevens tied 2020 and Lugar drew 13 eliminating him from Alan Simpson of Wyoming was elected to succeed Stevens as assistant or John Chafee of Rhode Island will take over from McClure as chairman of the See Page 12A Cheer Fund We received another for the Cheer Fund pot The Landa park Golf Shop contributed and and Blanche San ders added That gives us a new balance of which does not include food con Were pleased with the and we feel this years drive is off to a good start lets again go over the purpose of the Were to feed m nesdy local this Chmtmas and were seeking your help in the form of cash contributions or non perishable food Monetary contributions can be brought by our offices at ii Casleli or mailed to Cheer PO Drawer New Food contributions can be brought by oujr offjlces during normal business hours of to 5 Pickup of donated pan he arranged by con manager CISD seeks data on Bunker crossing By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer The Bunker Road railroad crossing will return 18 as an agenda item at the next regular Coma 1SD board But in the CISD will continue its policy of not crossing those Thats the way about an hours worth of discussion concluded at Tuesday nights No solutions were feut there were somg heated wards spoken between Mike a spokesperson for the board president Lgjroy and director of tran FH W imt crossiag w lipKd iote barrier for school buses tjjfffgfjT ffiy farm road and a subdivision on Bunker There are five tracks at the four of which are switch tracks where railroad cars are ofteii About 20 school children live past the Falks said he had talked to the dispatcher for the MissouriPacific Grande crossing to find out more about the daytoday railroad traffic He was told there are between 1012 trains crossing there a plus an Amtrak at and another at Falks said Tuesday night hes about to lose his job hje has to take his chjjdren and has worked for IVt years to get bus service to that area like would When trustee Karen Rust suggested See Page 1U Ruckelshaus leaving EPA WASHINGTON AP William who was the first head of the Environmental Protection Agency and then returned when it was is abruptly leaving contending the ship called EPA is righted and is now steering a steady Several important Democratic members of Congress said they werent so sure it is a friendly citing the simultaneous departure of Ruckelshaus top aide and the prospects of potential EPA budget cuts by the Reagan ad But interviewed on the NBCTV Today show this said his resignation was very straightforward and had nothing to do with the agencys with White House en vironmental priorities or with any desire on his part for another job in the Ruckelshaus said I havent decided what Im going to do and will ponder his future over the next several White House spokesman Larry Speakes said he expected Ruckelshaus successor to be an nounced in the next few Speculation on a replacement began almost immediately and three people were said to be in the top tier Henry a Washington lawyer and former aide to New York Nelson Rockefeller Ann deputy secretary oi and Lee a career federal employee who is the assistant EPA administrator in charge of the superfund toxic waste dump cleanup Two speaking on condition they not be said Thomas was Ruckelshaus candidate for the iJF Ruckelshaus had been back at the EPA since May when he was summoned by President Reagan to set about rebuilding morale and getting staffers back to work amid unprecedented turmoil over the controversial policies of his Anne In his letter of See Page 12A New Senate party lineup Icanatnre Kmocmt I One Of each party Both Republican HAWAIIA Chicago Tribune Graphic Sources World Chicago Tribune news reports Inside Water Watch Comal 174 cfs same Canyon Lake 148 cfs down 5 Canyon Dam outflpw els up 51 Edwards up Canyon Lake down Todays Weather Its going to be mostly and warmer becoming partly cloudy tonight with a 20 percent chance of Clear skies and cool weather wiJJ prevail Southerly winds today will he 15 to 20 mph and becoming northwesterly For todays expect Temperature should drop to 45 tonight Yesterdays was 62 and tbjs mornings low was Sunset today wm he ai and sunjrise tomorrow will be at Shot Down The Boston Celtics rallied for a 110 100 victory over the Houston Rockets in a National Basketball Association Wednesday night in PageftA CANYON UKE CLASSIFIED 416 COMICS CROSSWORD PEARABBY DEATHS 3A HOROSCOPE ti KALEIDOSCOPE 1i OPINIONS SCRAPBPOK STOCKS SPORTS TV LISTINGS 81QA WEATHER   

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