New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 29, 1989

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 29, 1989

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Issue date: Wednesday, March 29, 1989

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 29, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas Bus accident investigation leads to recommendations are calling for toaghef dftttikeft driving laws ma WJMH J me oldest of the natiofts school buses off the ifi response to the Jnited worst related highway See Page 5 A itlw Braunfels it ji II jllwlHfeatol jtwii 410 M009 inn SOWEST MICROPUBLISHING Travis stuns NB soccer ihJ isectthcl consecutive the tfew Bfaunfeis UftaSs weie out the soceet playoff in Uie first Ori Tuesday i6st 8 14 decision to Austin despite several close scoring See Page 13A TX 76006 children all day long Mom still knows Children who eat breakfast tend to perform better in their according to new research that supports what Momand many teachershave long See Page 1B Wednesday MI March 1989 25 Cents Two 24 Pages Of MBan Locctl bank retained by corporation i JL f H11 J SJS auarara sssas Mercantile Bank and See Page 2A burglaries A NewBraunfels man remains in the Comal County jail in lieu of a bond on charges of burglariz ing Lone Star School and a local resi dence in Bonafacio 1849 is charged with burg for the school burglary and burglary of habitation for the charges carry a Austin police officers arrested Tor res March 22 in Austin while serving the two warrants issued by the New Braunfels Police Torres was arrested without inci dent at his residence said New Braunfels Police Department detec tive Mario Lone Siar 144 See Page 2A NBISD backs plan to eliminate raders Downtown drive reaches fund goal J5AMS testing for School jpingd said a number of districts to enaorse pVbpV t6rs fflutofafa mfci Ifsicfs pHnwry support tegwlatMw to eliminate theTexas Educational legislation which sent tothe and Minimum SHills test for first Senate IQ eliminate tesdngat1 grade dnebecause rusles unanimously adopted a resolution in support of jhey beljeve it is a ineffective exercise for the jp to elmdmate the fimgrade testing at a regular students and Two bills in to I personally support it I feel like it is a testing have been introduced in ihe worthwhile epdeayoffpr to try to be cooperative and and one m the pppQse die X at unal come opt appreciate your support cntenonreferenQjed testing for first said 71 NQISP assistant for Qurrjculum f Page 2A A New Braunfels business people have raised more money than origi nally anticipated to revitalize down town New City Council voted 23 to hire a downtown coordinator as pan of a dowjitpwn It challenged the private sector to raise 25 percent of the money to position the city providing 75 Council gave 120 days for the private which included downtown financial and service to raise its portion of the With more than a month has been received in the city managers Council approved a budget for the a travel and tlSD gets ti Hew deal for buses Comal Independent School District will purchase 20 new buses using a new method of finance which lowers interest Trustees Monday unanimously authorized the issuance of public property finance contracts in the amount of to finance the purchase of the new The con tracts will extend over a fiveyear Bus warrants traditionally have been used to finance bus said Abel CISD finance Public property finance con trapts became available to school dis tricts more than a year ago and are less expensive than bus warrants or lease purchase Campos antici pates the finance contracts will have interest rates ranging from 7 percent to 74 percentover a fiveyear CUSP will earn interest on funds from the sale of the contracts before the buses are delivered in about 10 Tm anticipating well break Campos explaining he will invest in government securities w offset Annepkf If and Katja employees of the City of worked with Car olyn in the Parks and Recreation Department last They are working with the Fire Department this week and will work at City Hall and the Department before heading bacj to Goetee and Kunz are employed by the City of Braunfels and will be working in various local departments during their stay in New They arrived March 20 and will leave April ze and Kuntze are currently guests in the home of Arno and Jimmie Other hosts will be Dennis and Cash Hermes and Heigard Photo by Deryl Clark office and dues and rcvitalization suppor ters hoped to raise We arc about over the said Texas Commerce Bank President Bob I would expect that it will be very possible to be in the This is a twoyear pledge so we have for 1989 and a like amount for The project was organized by Council Member James Good bread Marian president of the Downtown Association and Car rol a downtown Smith said there have been 52 con including indiyidu See Page 2A Officer uninjured in wreck A New Braunfels police officer was not injured when he wrecked his police car on Seguin Street Tuesday night while attempting to stop a traffic Twoyear police veteran Bill driving a 1988 Ford police and Vicki Marie driving a 1979 Jeep CJ were northbound on Seguin Street when the accident The wreck happend in front of the Sonic Drive 700 block of South Seguin at The police car activated his over head emergency lights to make a U tum to pursue a traffic violator and in the process of the Uturn was struck by the other car Mitchell in the rear comer panel behind the back door on the drivers said New Braunfels Police Department spokesman Marun Both cars received a damage rating of Mayer Thats not exactly a but its not a total Damage ratings range from one to Page 2A Be prepared for plenty of sun Todays under partly cloudy is expected to reach the mid 80s with southwest winds between 10 and 15 Tonight should be fair and mild with a low near 60 and southwest winds between 5 and 10 Thursday will be warm with a high in the upper 80s and an overnight low of A cool front will keep temperatures in the 70s Friday with a low Friday night in the upper 40s or low Inside DEAR TV Canyon High School seniors and their parents arc invited to a Project Graduation planning ses sion tonight at 7 at Canyon High Carl Schurz Elementary will have an open house at the Thursday meeting at 7 Offic crs will be elected and interested parents arc urged to attend this important Rain or ducks will race down the Comal River Saturday at The Rubber Ducky Race will rase money for the Comal County Womens Center as the ducks race with the tide in Landa The Womens Center offers emergency shelter and a 24hour crisis line for battered and abused We will have the race no mat ter what type of weather we said center director Patty Rain or the ducks will be in that Registration forms are still avail able at local stores and at the Womens Center The dead line to purchase your ducks is All entries must be post marked or turned in Entry fees will riot be accepted at the The ducks will begin the race at Pats in the Park and float to the mill The first ducks to cross the finish line will be dec lared the First place prize is second and KENSTV anchor Gary DeLaune will be the celebri ty guest and will start the race at Safe City Commission Director Don Ferguson will emcee the Comal County Sheriff Jack Bremer will judge the win For more call the center at The Womens Center crisis line num ber is Area residents will have an opportunity to go Behind Closed Doors Saturday from 10 to 4 to view six beautiful homes in New Braunfels and See 2A ;