Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 14, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas Fund drive for old school exceeds goal by By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer the fund drive to restore the exterior of the old Mill Street high school building went over the top as the total stood at at press time this We are still gathering pledges and and everything that goes over the goal will be put in a perpetual fund to maintain the Superintendent Charles Bradberry A victory celebration was to be held at noon today in front of the old school at 430 The fund drive started a month ago when the NBISD school board had to choose between renovating the old high School to use as administrative offices for the school district or build a new Voters had approved a bond issue that included for a new administration Though the board liked the idea of restoring the old and the money plus interest would renovate the interior space at a cheaper cost per square the exterior work came to about over the budgeted School board trustees decided on the fund headed by to allow the patrons of the school to speak out on whether they wanted the building If the board had any doubts about what the residents of New Braunfels I think they have them an A lot of this came in small and Bradberry Cheer Fund Four mote contfibutofs including aft anonymous donor who contributed both cash and canned goods catne into the Cheer Fund ThuN Robert and Gall fttedef contributed while Neil and Betty Allen brought canned One anonymous donor contributed while a second gave and some canned goods to That brings us to which doesnt include donated Were heading into the home stretch on our fund so we encourage you to bring in your con tribution within the next You can make your taxdeductible Contribution to our fund by bringing a check or nonperishable food items by the Herald Zeitung 186 Or you can mail your check to Cheer Drawer New If you have a food we can arrange to pick it Just contact Circulation Manager Don Avery at Again we appreciate your and so will the 200 families we hope to feed this Weve come a long way toward that but we still have a ways to and we need your ANOTHER ANOTHER SKI Only 9 days left to shop New Braunfels Herald Naw Texas Friday December 25 Cents 24 Pages Sections Schroeder has stroke AP William Schroeder survived a par tially paralyzing his second setback since he became the worlds second recipient of a permanent artificial but motion in his weakened right side improved his doctor said The which froze Schroeders arm in midair as he was came just hours after he received a Social Security check that was handdelivered by two officials as a result of his com plaints to President Reagan in a telephone conversation the day But Schroeder began recovering and he is even better still Allan chairman and medical director of Humana Heart said this The patient had improved steadily since 8 two hours after the Lansing Tests indicated there was no permanent damage in Schroeders right although the arm motion is still not Lansing was in serious but stable condition his 19th day was in serious but stable condition his 19th day with the artificial His blood pressure and other vital signs were with the artificial His blood pressure and other vital signs were Schroeder had a restful and he did attempt some garbled speech during the nurses Lansing There was spontaneous movement of both the arm and leg Lansing At 6 during Schroeders realized that something was desperately wrong with her normally talkative officials He suffered a See Page 12A b uHiUutb Holding some flint darts found in the Herman Smith monitors sewer line work Holes found in sewer lines Several holes were found in sewer lines in Landa Park this but the city will con tinue testing with smoke and dye to determine other possible sources of sewage leakage into Lancia Lake and the Comal An here at the direction of the state historical monitored the excavation of the sewer lines Wednesday and Herman Smith oi Kingsville found handfuls of flint along with several dart points and arrowheads left Smith said the original laying of one of the concrete sewer lines in Landa Park went right through what he thinks could be a said Court assistant to the city See Page 12A Vosika out of coma Inside Officers who saved his life honored ByDANASTELL Staff writer Twoyearold Ryan Vosika is slowly recovering this week after coming out of a coma he went into He was moved from the intensive care unit of Santa Rosa Hospital in San Antonio Monday into the in termediate care unit of the He came out of it said the boys Shirley He just started opening his Wise said the Ryans emergence from the coma began late last Ryan fell into the Guadalupe River on 24 while he was at his grandmothers house off Texas 46 Water Watch Comal Canyon Lake inflow Canyon Dam outflow Edwards Aquifer Canyon Lake level 174cfsldown 171 150 cfs samel samel up New state budget has deep million surplus David Wilson Patrolman Martin Mayer and David Wilson were performing CPR when the New Braunfels EMS the two New Braunfels policemen received of ficial commendation from the department for their work in saving Martin Mayer the boys Paramedics took over the lifesaving efforts on the way to McKenna Memorial Paramedic Randy Tomasini said See Page 12A Burglary suspect arrested in bizarre Bulverde Hills case By PEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer A burglary suspect who reportedly offered a homeowner money alter allegedly feeing caught m the act was arrested by Comal County Sherjjfs Investigator Kermit Kroesche of 524 Hills Estates Positive identification of Thomas in a photo lineup by the homeowner secured an arrest warrant from Krueger and Thomas turned in at the Sheriffs Of f tee later that afternoon with his attorney AddiUQftal inforrftaUojn on Thomas by Peace aaid Thomas was we of suspects to Ibe Wednesday burglary of a Bujverde carter Jg week for burglary by a UMISK ssid burglary two television sets they already had on the truck back into the Thomas is reportedly the one who opened up his wallet and offered to pay for the damage done to the front door in esphange for not calling the he She told him she didnt want his and called us with complete descriptions of all ttie vehicle and even Todays Weather Its going to remain cloudy turning cooler with a 20 percent chance of High today will be in the low It will be cloudy and cooler tonight and tomorrow with an increasing chance of Lows will be in the low 50s with highs reaching the upper Yesterdays high was 78 and this mornings low was Sunset today will be at and sunrise tomorrow will be at Canyon advance Canyons girls and Smithson Valleys boys advanced in tour nament play on while the four other teams were Page CLASSIFIED COMICS CROSSWORD 3A DEAR ABBY 3A DEATHS ENTERTAJrJMfNT ia HOROSCOPE tome when ttw homeowner returned from work She coii froAted made thero carry said there were another mm ajod a worn involved in the We have good IPs m We stouW bave something SJOjid on them in the next couple of he 4A flEUGIQUSfQCUS SPOBTS 810A AUSTIN AP Texas House and Senate leaders have prepared a billion state spending bill for the 1985 legislature that can be covered by expected plus a million A major issue of the G9th legislature meeting 8 will be whether to hold spending to available revenue or consider new or revised the Legislative Budget Board cut requests for 198687 money from state agencies and institutions to million below 1985 Comptroller Bob Bullock warned earlier that spending cuts had to be or new revenues because of the faltering oil and gas which provides much of Texas tax Mark White will send the Legislature his budget recom mendations in then the Senate and House will hold public hearings and each write a spending The final version of 198687 ex penditures likely will be written by a 10member conference made up largely of those who produced the LBB I think with these dramatic reduction in our the board is trying to form the priorities the best they can to meet the needs of our White said Thursday after the LBB final The LBB recommendations did npihine about demands of state employees f g pay Sych a proposal is totally unfair and unjust to the dedicated state employees across complained Gary executive director of the Tesas Em pJoyess The TPEA vows a major fight In the upcoming session to see that these workers get what they Much of the final budgetwriting session was spent on the LRB staffs recommendations fothe Texas Department of Corrections which is under federal court orders to im prove overcrowding and other living On the motion of House Speaker Gib the board voted 91 to ignore its staff recommendations and those from and recommended a total of well below the LBB staff recommendation of million and TDCs request for This just gets a framework into the Legislature where we can think this matter DFort said after a long discussion over spending million for 538 psychiatrists and aides who would treat 5 percent cf the prison made his motion after the board voted not to go along with a compromise effort by by Bill Hobby that the request for new psychiatric services be reduced million and the difference given to mental health community centers under the Department of Mental Health and Mental IJBB staffers said the 5 percent figure was the result of an agreements between attorneys for prisoners who won a federal court suit for prison reforms and TDC Bill DGrand said the agreement should be appealed to the Supreme Hobby earlier questioned the need for adding 306 new workers to the See Page 1A
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 155+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.