Friday, April 24, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 24, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Track qualifyiiig 9 A bill Page 5A Braunfels New Texas Friday f 1987 25 Cents One 16 Pages 80 Stammtisch r The black and white photo may not show the scene as well as full but the effect is worth going out to see The tubes lining Uruene Road river crossing are bright orange which is to say the least One frequent crosser says the tubes break easily and are an eyesore a lot of folks have gone ofl the deep so to and wound up In the drink A fast flowing we might add these Hourescent lubes are on your Gruene crossing and time will tell if they do what they are in tended to do New Braunfels High School Monoccras dance learn will conduct a clinic from 9 a m lo noon Salur day Students in grades l through 12 are invited to go for U But you got ta pay lo do so Different dances will be taught and ribbons will IK given those whose sore feel have performed the Three Texas University computer science including Robert Sparks of New recenth placed in the top 5 percent for the first time in the William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition a prestigious and difficult math con lest Mind you this lest is called notoriously nasty bv advisor Tom Yogel The team grabbed Uth breaking through into the top i perent something never before bv a team Yogel Nearlv no American and Can dadiiiu entered Cnllke other competitions which simp combine the scores of the three top competitors from a school a three person uain is selected prior to UNi oiliest I he Iutnam r ate notorious i ut ii possible 120 points Uls s median scute was points the highest evri sorieliines Hie median is as as ne alive five Team iiemters all seniors were Sparks amuel Ikmlev of ami S ul An tunio Vvovi Lake Action cnlet Is hosting d rummage sale today and Saluidav I he venter promises in Clothing ap pliaincs and j of household goods tin the center uill hold j training class at a a m for vvho have a less houis to spare call drive or answer Ihe phoiuThe sum will last through lujuii hour and coflee and light snacks vull be offered Jackson Auditorium in Segutn be the site of a Barbershop Show John by Bud Srntth v Dunng beer atthe tiohai Pete Cochafso i scene The gas pumps front of Kenos4were by the film crew especfa ly for the scene Deryl Clark Great Texas Trash Offset for Saturday Highway department officials say event could be largest volunteer cleanup ever Local volunteers will be trying to earn a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records as they join in the Great Texas Trash Off The local move to clean up the Guadalupe New Braunfels and the Canyon Lake area could turn in to the largest volunteer cleanup ef fort in according to the Texas Department of Highways and Public Transportation Betty Comal Countys Keep Texas Beautiful is busy organizing the two AdoptaHighway groups in New She said this is an exciting time for the Keep Beautiful program and local organizations are playing a key role in statewide Their success will be at least partly a reflection of how effectively we are able to recruit volunteers and chan nel their she The Canyon Lake Republican the first group to join the AdoptAHighway have adopted a twomile stretch on Texas 306 near Canyon The New Braunfels Rotary In teract Club is the first youth group in the county to commit to cleaning a stretch of The group will be cleaning two miles from Texas 46 at Walnut Avenue north to River Friends for Rivers adopted the en tire length of River Road from New Braunfels to The organiza tions will be out Saturday to par ticipate in the Great Texas Trash Walls is sending a special request to people interested in the River Road Since it is not a part of the states we need your she said I need someone See Page 2 DPS will transport blood between Sai McKenna NBISD officials worried about school finance formula debate By SARAH DUKE Stall Writer Local school officials are keeping a sharp eye on the Texas Legislature as u wrestles with potential funding cuts in an effort to balance the stale budget It doesnt look good for the home said Abel comal ISO business about the finan cial future of local school districts He said the Comal school district stands to lose a substantial amount of stale funding because of a combination of factors including an increase in local properly values as estimated by the Slate Tax Property Board New Braunfels ISD officials are concerned that a rumor al the Capilol may become reality and force local school districts to use their financial reserves before receiving stale funds H that Lonme NBlSDs assistant superintendent for finance said NBISD could lose the million the school district is holding in reserves That would last us less than three he said CIM has about 5 in reserves Campos said the is used in September to meet payroll while the school district is waiting for patrons to pay taxes David assistant commissioner for the Texas fclducation Agency said the proposal to force local school districts to use their reserve funds is just all talk at this point but could become reality The Legislation has cast an eye that not over all to reduce state but See Page 3 Judge tells schools to go to Legislature AUSTIN iAP A bitter court battle over distribution of state funds lo public schools has ended with propertypoor districts being advised to take their pleas to the Legislature Attorneys for the poor districts urged Stale District Judge Harley Clark to order the slate to take some school aid away from wealthy districts and give it to the poor Clark said he would announce his decision Wednesday Assistant Attorney General Kevin oHanlon told the judge Thursday that the Legislature has determined that the average basic allotment of state funds should be about per student If some districts do not get all the you it is because they have not developed local lax sources to maximue the state money available he said This court cannot See Page 3 By DAVIDMAY Staff Writer For Hannelore Brotze and McKen na Memorial alls well that ends The hospital has made ar rangements with the Texas Depart ment of Public Safety to handle emergency transfers of blood bet ween the facility and San Brotze owns and operates Comal Taxi and Delivery Service and has for seven years been on call 24 hours a day to transfer blood and specimen samples often in an emergency situation for the hospital She continued the service until she received a speeding ticket in Selma during an emergency run in which a man was in a critical situation in the hospitals emergency room and the facilitys surplus blood had been us ed The man died at the though not because of Brotzes delav with the ticket Brotze appeared before Selma municipal Judge Roy Stroud with a letter from hospital lab supervisor Mauro Garza explaining the cir but Slroud found Brotze guilty and ordered her to undertake an eighthour defensive driving which she completed who had previously driven a school bus for both local school districts and claims lo have not received a traffic ticket in more than 20 received her ticket March At thai she voiced concerns about continuing emergency runs for the hospital if the runs were going to adversely affect her business and driving record We cant give anyone permission to but we can do the next best thing we will handle said DPS patrol supervisor J R Holder When the hospital has such an it will now contact who in turn will dispatch a highway patrol unit in San Antonio to the blood bank ttiere The unit will deliver the if not all the then to some point where it would be transferred to another DPS unit and delivered to the hospital Comal County Sherifi Waller Fellers said thai because ot a lack of manpower his department could not commit to handling such deliveries Fellers did offer to relav information that an emergency existed and that a See BLOOD Page J Legs Partly skies and temperatures 111 the mid will prevail today with light easlerl winds and a 2u per cent chance of isolated spr ingtime generally to the west Tonight will be fair and mild with temps The Menu New Braunlels High School sponsored a Legs contest to benefit the Battered Womens Shelter Students paid 50 cents to watch 14 guys flaunt their limbs on After they walked across individually and supposedly ly they returned en masse to remind the judges of their ex istence Legs were judged on appearance design creativity and audience Number Peter was first place winner with Scott Number won and Number won No the rolling stinds legs didnt Photo by Leslif