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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 1, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Oilers go for defense Cowboys still need speedster Page 8B Reassurance on tape Unicorn tennis player advances to state tourney Page 9A Drivers recorded message assures students in wake of wreck By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer A New Braunfels ISO official recorded greetings from a driver who was injured in a school bus accident Monday The tape was made to reassure students that the bus driver was being treated and was in satisfactory Dorian NBISD public relations One Michelle of Spring Branch and the bus Thomas of McQueeney were hospitalized and nine other students treated for minor injuries n Mon days The accident occurred when the bus skidded on rainslick Fredericksburg bounced off an embankment and it a Cox and Clark are hospitalized in satisfactory Eight of the other children have returned to We wanted some way to reassure the kids that Cox was Martin said this Anita Stipnieks elped come up with the She realized the children were a little traumatized from what they There as a lot of blood around the wreck where the glass ad hit the driver in the Some of the children feared Cox had been School district employees decided not photograph Cox with is but to tape record a message recovering from facial a broken a crushed knee and a broken said he appreciated all of the getwell messages from the students and And the children taped a message to telling me they wanted me back as their Cox I had my seat belt but if I had had a shoulder I dont that steering wheel might have it me square in the As it when we hit the the force threw me sideways and my houlders went down to the So I was lying sideways hen the steering wheels came at Unaware of his Cox managed to get himself out of the seat get on his force the school bus door open and lead the children I asked the kids to file out in an orderly manner and I was helping them off the but I kept falling I didnt realize I had all those broken But once we had the kids safe away from the someone laid me Cox said in a telephone interview from the Some of the older still a little shaken by the had trembling voices as they wished the bus driver Martin I spoke to each of the parents last night and we only have two not back in the child in the hospital and one Superintendent Charles Bradberry Before the accident the school board had looked into he possibility of seat bolts on the buses for but no decision had been DFRYI C1ARK HERALD ZFITUNG The riot the gave way on impact cquntiiovv r New Braunfels Cougars Hays Unicorns v Rangers Boerne V J New Texas Wednesday May 1985 25 Cents 32 Pages 3 Sections Nicaragua embargo set West Germany AP President Reagan ordered a total embargo on trade with leftist Nicaragua today and moved to deny access to Nicaraguan com mercial airliners and flag To counter Nicaraguas aggressive actions in Central Reagan also is abrogating a 27yearold Nicaraguan friendship The activities of supported by the Soviet Union and its are incompatable with normal commercial presidential spokesman Larry Speakes The president authorized these steps in response to the emergency situation created by the Nicaraguan Inside Water Watch lull River lyon inflow lyun nulflow Viirds Aquifer Tyon Lrtke level 266 rls sumo 589 els tup M 48Bclsuip 12 624 94 isjmn 902 84 tup 11 Todays Weather It will stay partly cloudy and warm through Friday with a 20 percent chance of rain today and IJght winds will bring daytime highs in the 80s and overnight lows in the Tuesdays high was 83 and this mornings low was CLASSIFIED 912B COMICS 2C CROSSWORD 3A DEAR ABBY 2B ENTERTAINMENT 1C FOOD llTB HOROSCOPE 2A OJPINJONS 4A STOCKS TV LISTINGS WEATHER 3A 2C 3A governments aggressive action in Central Speakes said in an announcement to reporters shortly after Reagan arrived in the West German capital for a seven nation economic Speakes said the president was signing orders for the embargo today and sending a message on the action to Speakes that Reagan still would press Congress to provide aid for the Contra guerrillas battling the Nicaraguan A week after congressional See Page 12A A V Lake area gets inch of rain ByDANAOVERSTREET Staff writer Early morning thundershowers dumped more than an inch of rain at Canyon Ixike but little rain fell in the John electric superintendent with New Braunfels said his gauge measured just more than a quarterinch of overnight And the rain gauge at KGNBKNBT radio station on Loop 337 was holding inches this But the Corps of Engineers at Canyon Dam had a overnight rainfall measurement of inches this morning following a night of heavy thunder and high There was a lot of but not much rain or wind in the Buck Thunder could be heard in the area early Tuesday but it did not rain until about 3 this he Buck reported that a regular two man crew spent about three hours this morning restoring The first call came at 3 See Page 12A Stars and stripes Members of the local Veterans ot Foreign Wars post put up flags along San Antonio Street this morning to honor Loyalty an annual celebration of VFW Post 7110 held Loyalty Day ceremonies this morning at its headquatlers un Peace Suspects bond p denied By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer A judges bond denial Tuesday for Rudy San Antonio man jailed here for capital will be That word came today from local attorney John hose efforts to reduce Hernandez bond to resulted in a total bend denial by 22nd District Judge Charles Ramsay Capital murder charges against and Jesse Garibay stem from the March 7 aangland style hootings of five Mexican nationals off FM Four of the victims Victor Manuel Serrano San Evidence that robbers was the motive behind the shootings Mowed the state to charge the pair with capita murder nd kept the door open for seeking the death District Attorney Bill who submitted a amiwritten motion to deny bond Mr Hernandez in court said the judges ruling made the onmnal bond null and void Chunn said today his appeal would be heard by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals It goes upstairs and should be heard within from the date the iinlument is entered by the court Chunn said My basic position will be the late ailed to meet its initial burden ot pi not Chunn said Hernande bond excessive nd the defendant was unlawfully restrained ot his liberU He said those were ius reasons for seeking a Schroeder said Iliesilays hearing also included testimony from Adolpho one of the four sur vivors He testified he was robbed and three He also said he heard j lot of Schroeder Court dockets indicate pretrial motions on the capital murder case have been set tor May and the trial on June Schroeder said today the two men could not be tried at the same Reagan cheered in Germany West Germany AP Emphasizing peace and recon ciliation among former President Reagan arrived in West Germany today for a 10day European tour and economic summit bedeviled by controversy over his plans for a 10minute visit to a German military Reagan drew cheers from about 100 onlookers who came to Cologne Bonn airport despite a chilly Be and his wife Nancy were given a 21 salute by a West German honor guard and waved to the crowd before walking to a helicopter for the brief flight to Gymnich the government guest house where they will West German Foreign Minister BansDietrich Genscher escorted the couple to the Marine helicopter as four West German jet fighters buzzed the field in Upon his departure from the White Bouse on Tuesday the president We leave tonight for a Europe rebuilt from the disaster of See Page 12A Amaro attorney gets extension A local man charged with two separate murders since April 1984 was granted a continuance Tuesday on his amended change of venue motion by 22nd District Court Judge Charles Ramon Amaro of 2091 Michigan was scheduled to go on trial April 22 for the 1984 murder of 26vearold Theodore But his Charles Cam requested time to prepare an amended change of venue in light of Amaros most recent On April Amaro was arrested for killing 26yearold Jesse whose body was found un VVegner He had been shot six times in the A hearing on the amended change of venue in con nection with Yanas has been set for May The original change of venue was denied on 20 by 207th District Robert The motion indicated Amaro See Page 12A   

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