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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 11, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas noplay no surprise See Page 6A WatCh Comal River inflow 322 cfs down 9 Canyon outflow 809 cfs same Edwards Aquifer up Canyon Lake level 91 1 down Area New water plan gets support Page 2A Ifs noplay needs superintendents feel By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff Writer Local superintendents support the Texas Supreme Courts ruling to uphold the no no play rule that became law with the education reform bill last I think you will find that superintendents across the state will supportthis Superintendent Charles Bradberry with New Braunfels ISO Participation in extracurricular activities cannot be considered a but an op Superintendent Bill Brown with Comal ISO echoed the same sen but both agreed that the rule needed some The rule should be Brown The Legislature and the board of education have to be able to set academic But the State Board of Education needs to modify it a little Even Texas Attorney General Jim Mattox who defended case for the state said it could use some like having threeweek grade periods or Brown also said as long as the rule was applied to all students the he felt it was basically But without some adjustment some students would be lost from the education system entirely and some courses would If it ends up knocking a student out for six weeks of participation because of one fewer parents will push their kids to take the really collegebound Brown Honors courses are already but other precollege such as foreign physics and some higher math courses are When a student has to invest a in a show you had better believe a parent will influence their kid about not wasting that Brown If that See Page 10A They both sup port the con troversial nopa noplay but Superin tendents Charles Bradberry left and Bill Brown would like to see it become a little more flexible National Classic Coke brought back alongside new see below New Braunfels Herald New Texas 136 Thursday July 25 Cents 18 Sections Murder reprise 4 Actor Garcia reenacts the fatal shots Cfimestoppers recreates iMlinbz shooting By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staffwrlter Its shot in the the investigator Only thia the gun was loaded with blanks and the murder was a During each newscast Channel 5 will rpfreate the February murder of Comal County Munoz in a weekly segment called The segment was filmed Tuesday idghtlwith San Antonio residents portraying and Ws but with Muno real faintly watching from across street in lawn PEBYL i a JfryearQid was fatally shot hta home at Rusch lane around dusk on Witnesses said they saw a blue 1970 Chevrolet 4ckup with a roUbar and tool both pull up and The occupants of the truck Described as two latin See Page Actors Alcario Menchaca as the dying Saul Munoz and Querrsro Munoss ferpther recreate the death scene Humane vets OK spaying program Impasse over finances said resolved ByDANAOVERSTREET Staff writer For the first time since the animal shelter opened in the Humane Society of the New Braunfels Area and local veterinarians have agreed upon a spaying and neutering program for adopted I was said veterinarian Michael Here we had two groups trying to do something for the same but for disagreements over The vets were not going to do it for nothing and the Humane Society said they didnt have the money and didnt want the adopters to do For almost three the Comal County Veterinary Medical Association and the Humane Society have haggled over the price vets would charge to spay or neuter shelter The vets proposed a but the Society said that would increase the adoption fee too in turn causing fewer animals to be Weve been in heavy negotiations for about three said Society President Cynthia Ive been on the board four or five years and weve been wanting to do something since but we havent been able to come to Were very Phillips This is the only way of cutting down on Shelter manager Cheryl Pillar reported that of the 503 animals taken to the shelter in 38 dogs and 16 cats were She hopes the spaying and neutering program will cut down the animal which would also cut down onthe number of unadopted animals put to sleep each Pillar said she has heard of one shelter recognizing a definite decrease within two years of animals taken to the The yearly population before a program was per year and two years had dropped to per Pillar This is the best thing theyve ever come up with and its worth taking a chance and trying Pillar Doherty said the veterinary association believes the See Page 10A Coke to sell old and new formulas NEW YORK AP CocaCola decision to bring back its old formula as CocaCola Classic alongside its new soft drink likely will be a but the challenge will be convincing consumers theyre both the real analysts The Atlantabased company announced Wednesday it was bringing back the familiar Coke just 2Vfe months after it declared with much fanfare that it was improving the taste of its flagship But not everyone approved of the change in the 99year old formula for Complaints from loyal fans received considerable and CocaCola says it has gotten calls a day about the new Its certainly going to pose an interesting marketing challenge to position two products that are very similar said Charles an advertising agency analyst with Oppenheimer in New Its going to be an interesting thing to watch in terms of their brand whether it will reinforce their Coca See Page 10A The New Coke got this reaction from many Old Coke drinkers LESLIE KRIEWALDT HERALD ZEITUNG Inside Todays Weather It will stay partly cloudy and hot through Friday with daytime highs in he mid906 and nighttime lows in the Yesterdays high was 92 and this mornings low was Sunset today will be at and sunrise tomorrow A Hit A local volleyball clinic is getting back to Thursday Rickey Henderson and Eddie Murray benefitted from a finalweek voting to win spots in weeks AllStar Page CANYON 5A 8 A Jaycees eye 86 fireworks funds By DANA OVERSTREET Staff writer The fireworks extravaganza has been over for only five but thats enough time for fireworks chairman Mark Boettcher has been making plans for the July 1986 Im really trying to keep the momentum said who organized Saturdays fireworks I generally thank everyone that cooperated hopefully everyone will cooperate next year and well have an even better Boettcher said he appreciated all the cooperation it took from everybody to do this the the fire the police depart the parks all the the fireworks guys and the Its just amazing that it ever The fireworks produced by AlphaLee Enterprises of was choreographed to music and cost about to Boettcher pointed out that Saturdays finale the show had to be postponed because of rain contained as many rockets as the entire 1984 Half of the costs were paid by the with the other hall coming from local business After seeing the Boettcher hopes the public nil be excited enough about the fireworks to pitch in for next years While everybodys thinking about well get funds raised as much as possible from the public right now and put it in the bank to accrue in Boettcher The Jaycees would then approach business sponsors in the If the reported people wat ching fireworks from the golf course chipped in it would be paid Boettcher If all those people gave a it would pay or almost pay for nest years After getting money from public the Jaycees will ask business sponsors to take up the slack I hope the same businesses will choose to be sponsors next Boettcher To take and literally watch it go up in Thats not a real good return on an investment and I really appreciate Boettcher said the Jaycees could take the public donations to businesses and the townspeople gave half the money this time and you only have to give they wont have to sponsor as Boettcher said he videotaped tbj show and will give a copy to the producers to use in selling the Set Page
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