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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 21, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas North trial opens after years delay WASHINGTON APJ Oliver the decorated former Mafirie at the center of the Centra was sufititioned before a jury today to face charges he tried to cover up the Reagan admi nistrations rtiost embarrassing foreign policy Bill proposed to teachers for child care AUSTIN Apy A state lawmaker predicted opposition to her bill requiring school districts to dgduct the cost df child care from their employees a move she said would help the districts inthe ongrun See Page 4 New Braunfels mo Heights Gym for the decide who will represent Distriu runnerup in the boys basketball to the See Page 7 New Braunfels 72 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377 Zeituno 177880 5126259144 Tuesday February 1989 25 Cents One 10 Pages Sheriff submits plan for more jail inmates First in line By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer Housing inmates from other coun ties in the 147capacity Comal Coun ty jail would mean an increase in revenue to hire additional says the Comal County If we could pick up 10 or 15 addi tional prisoners from other then we could bring in some al revenue that would help pay for the new jailers we said Sheriff Jack Comal County commissioners Monday failed to act on an agreement presented by Bremer to solicit addi tional prisoners before ironing out contract During a commissioners court workshop Bremer requested 14 additional employees for the jail after Jack executive director of the Texas Commission on Jail toured the facility and found an employee See Page 2 CISD looking at ways to meet class mandate By DAVID BUILTA Staff Writer Voters in the Comal Independent School District could be faced with voting on another bond issue in District trustees approved a classsize waiver renewal request for this semester during a regular board meeting Monday night because CISD is not in compliance withythe 22iol classsize ratio set by the Texas Education Agency for kindergarten through The district surpasses the 22tol ratio by a total of 32 students at its six elementary Superintendent Bill pliance with the 22tol ratio would be to hire additional teachers and add CISD plans to be in compliance with the mandate for the 1990 spring The district must file a waiver each semester it fails to comply with the Brown said Texas Education Agency usually approve waiver requests for growing districts such as It depends if we decide to pay for additional class rooms it out of our Brown said when asked about the possibility of a new bond Were going to have to cross that bridge when we get to He said the district might pay for additions to most elementary school campuses from the districts budget rather than asking voters to approve a bond Trustees on the building committee will be considering facilities needs for the A building program funded by a million bondissue wjiichvotersof the district passed irfApril of 1985 is Funds from the issuewere used to build the new Smithson Valley High School and Canyon Middle remodel the old Smithson Valley High School building for Smithson Valley Middle and all existing Good day Its crisp and cool The high today is expected to reach 61 with winds gusting to 25 miles per The low tonight will dip down to The high Wednesday is expected to be a cool The low Wednesday night is forecast to drop to near The high Thursday will be in the 50s and the low again in the upper Inside DEAR TV Incumbent City Council members from District Ramon Chapa and District Loraine Kraft were the first onqs at City Hall this morn ing 10 sign up to run in the May 6 council Both have served one threeyear Filing continues through March 22 at City Candidates must reside in one of the two Photo by Deryl Clark School district working out details to update bus fleet Citing growth and a need to replace older the superintendent of Gomal Independent School District has asked district trustees to consider purchasing 20 new Twenty new buses are required because of the increased new bus and the need to replace older said Superinten dent Bill Brown in a status report to trustees during a board meeting Mon day In the the district would need to purchase only two to three buses per year to maintain a bus rotation The problem facing the district is how to finance the of 20 buses at one The districts finan Measles outbreak spreads Three cases of raeasjes have sujv faced in New Braunfels and County Health Nurse SJieJ McWU liarns fe ajjkjtpg all parents tp have i their children It looks like we have pne German meases and two Red measles esses Children JSmonthsold and older should she cial with CISD Finance Director Abel has made a recommendation to Brown for a with a fiveyear pay The buses would cost approxi mately The would allow us to reduce somes of our buses which are 15 years in most Brown If the purchase is 20 buses from the districts fleet would be put out of Those to be removed would be from and The change would leave the fleet with buses from and 10 1987 models which recently were The debut Worn out school buses are expen said Transportation Director Kenny They must be con stantly inspected and major repairs to steering gear and the like must be made because of mileage and general wear and Perhaps even worse are minor items like the alternator that will not keep the batteries fully These can deadline a bus even more frequently than major he Franklin said new buses require only routine reducing time and cost of CISD has added new buses almost every year since See Page 2 Six begin fasting to protest policy BROWNSVILLE AP More than 100 Central Americans lined up early today to apply for political most of them apparently unaware of a expedited pro cedure in which rejected applicants are subject to immediate arrest and Six including three began a fast outside the facil ity today in protest of the new Immigration and Naturalization Service We dont plan to finish this fast until we have a specific answer from the govern said Jose a Salvado ran two other Salvadorans and the nuns said in a morning press conference that they would camp out and fast near the entrance to the detention demanding refugee status for Salvadoran aliens and an end to military aid to their most of the Central Americans who showed up to app ly for asylum said they did not know the procedure had said an attorney with the Harlingenbased Proyecto See Page 2 related th outbreak of measles pla guing anjj Snase plRejiais are tp eon serve merles which has an incubation period of about JO is caused by an airborne Sympioms include a red rasb spreads on the red spots in ihe high fever and ft occurs must fcaye been 12 confirmed of ineasles in Ector Couuoty area has repprted Debutante Amanda fcradtoar performing her Texas Bow escorted by Jason Higginbotham and her father Qharles was among the teenage girls who debuted at the Texas Debutante Ball Saturday night at the Mew Braunfels Civic For a clos er took al the see Thursdays Photo by Peryl Claris Burglars hit school Lone Star Primary was burglarized twice recently after assailants entered through the same window each according to New Braunfels Point of entry was determined to be a window which was used in the point of entry in a burglary reported at the same said police spokes man Martin The investigation indicates that more than one actor involved in the latest burglary due to extensive Mayer The 144 was burg larized first 15 or 16 and then again 17 or Schools are easy targets because they have something in them audiovisual Mayer The nurses office was broken into during each which indicates the burglars could have been looking for Mayer The fact that they went into both nurses office is probably an indication that they During the latest a VCR valued at and approximately was Mayer adding the See Page 2 Stammtisch New Braunfels High School Band Boosters are reminded of tonights meeting at March is going to be a busy month and several deadlines are approaching if you want to parti cipate in the March 4 is the big American Heart Association golf tournament and USO Big Band dance and March 5 is the second annual Chocolate Extravaganza to benefit the Comal County Child Welfare The Get in the Swing of Things golf sponsored by Miller Beer at Woodlands Country will have tec times at 8 and 1 Entry deadline for the twoman bestball fullhandicap tournament is March Entry in the golf tournament will allow the golfers a practice lunch and style show and tickets to the Golfers both men and will get to have their own fun in the days card tournaments from 10 to noon and 2 to 4 The luncheon and style show will be from noon to 2 The big USO dance is that night at Heidelberg Halle and par ticipants are asked to wear fash ions from the Organizers are trying to find some extra 1940s outfits and if you have some stuck away and you dont need them for a theyd sure like to borrow Drop off extra clothing items at Ott Music for the evening will be by the Dorsey Brothers Tickets arc available at Vollbrechts City Phar macy and Hoffman Insurance They are in advance or at the For informa tion on becoming a pat ron or call local AHA president Mary Lou Erben at Get some rest after the dance because the Chocolate Extravanga at the New Braunfels Civic Center Sunday from 2 to 5 will fea ture lots of chocolate including chocolate puzzles solved by local The lawyers who lost last year said the doctors cheated and they are out for revenge this Along with loads of chocolate offered for tast ing and sale by area the Extravaganza will feature a Cookf ing With Chocolate with a new division for Entry deadline for the cooking with divisions such as pies and cakes and cookies and other and is this Friday at 4 Entry forms are available at IGA Foodliner and The Gold Bow and should be returned to Marzetta 1971 Palace New Braunfels The entry fee should accompany the entry Youth ages 8 to should be limited to recipes easily prepared by an 8 to For more informa tion on the call Gaskamp at Ann Moore at or Sandi Estes at Tickets to the Extrava ganza are for for See Page 2
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