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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 2, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas                                Child t ii id aft yeung j ly oft the National Association for the has designated Afif it 28 p aslfte WifetfdWffftftft See Page 3 A jtojw start quicty win Unicorn Relays New Brauftfets boys track and field a W of the Saturday mottling arid mused to a victory at the Unicom Boys team finished seeorid while New slfla tfiflrti o a See Page 14A team placed Oak wilt has arrived in parts of county Braunfels Oak trees offer beauty and shade 10 the Comal County but action must be 4 j Q eavf fhftse wonders from a deadly fungus IB SUITE 300 TX 76006 101 Theyre off I i l 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS i Zeituno 377880 5126259144 AJ Sunday April 1989 50 Cents Four 44 Pages The sixth annual Gruene Run kicked off Saturday morning in front of Gruene with runners from across the nation Austins Keith Dowland in a time of 32 minutes and 29 with her time of The benefit raised money for the Friends For For rribre see Page Photo by Deryl Clark NB parks department named one of the best Because it does such a good job with the little money it is New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department has been named one of the best in the state by the Texas Recreation and Parks TRAPS Administrative Manage ment Award recognizes innovation in management or super visory actions which have responded to problems improved service increased employee morale aided See Page 2A Duck dumping The rubber ducks were dumped into the Comal River at noon Satur day anisl it didnt take long lor three contestants to make their owners Comal County Sheriff Jack Bremer and Parks Aquatics 8uperyisor Marcus Tonlsh pulled the first ducks out ol the race and declared Brenda Riten the Secondplaces prize egg was won by Jeanette Buchanans duck and thirdplace floating fowl won RonaJd Welsoh f 1 The Rubber Ducky Race benefit led thf Comal County Womens which offers a safe hf ven for apused and buttered women and their along with a 24hour crisis Photo by Oeryl Clark A New Braunfels woman died from internal bleeding at McKenna Memorial Hospital Saturday after noon after being in an automobile accident atthe intersection of Seguin Street and Interstate 35 access Maribell Oklahoma died of internal bleeding and breiken ribs more than two hours after being transported to the New Braun fels hospital by Her injuries did not appear serious at the said New Braunfels dies after accident i Good day After a cloudy skies are turn partly The high today should reach Winds will be out of the south east at 15 to 20 miles per The low tonight will be near Skies will be fair Monday and the high will again be The low Monday night will be in the low er Inside 8D DEAR TV Stammtisch Most Americans are back on daylightsaving The switch occurred at 2 this morning with the shift of clocks one hour except in the handful of states which have exempted them selves from tgking Daylight time remains in effect police officer Robert who added that her condition worsened when she went in for I went home they then called and said the woman had he The accident occurred when Millers husband Laurie traveling north on Seguin attempted to turn onto the access Parchman Miller failed to yield the right of way to Norma Lynn Zither 420 81 who was traveling south on Seguin Murphys 1961 Falcon station wagon struck Millers 1983 Chevrolet at the cars front passenger door where Miller was Upon the Millers vehicle bounced into a station wagon stopped for the light on the access road wait ing to turn The vehicle occupied by three Latin males left the Parchman Ten Emergency Medical Techni two one rescue and one fire truck responded to the The jaws of life tool was used to rescue Miller from the vehicle because the door After police learned died they went back to the intersection to reenact the wreck with police cars to get more details of the Parchman said who See Page 2A sues feds files for protection DALLAS AP stripped of 20 of its 25 banks earlier in the said it sued two government agencies Friday on grounds that regu lators caused the bank holding com pany million in damages when they closed the banks and handed them over to the Federalj Deposit Insurance MCorp also said it had filed a motion in UrSf BankruptcyCqurt in New York seeking to have a Chapter or bankuptcy petition filed against it changed to a Chapter or action that would protect the company from creditors while it undergoes The company said it will seek to have the action moved from New York to where it also filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy petitions Fri day for two nonbanking subsidiaries MCorp Financial and MCorp MCorp said its five remaining banks were not involved in the bank ruptcy The five remain See Page 2A above Jhe on the Kotyjpcjeck during the American Cancer Societys Tour bf Homes originally from Hoffmann from in 1930 and they were in the upholstery business in San Antonio for many His Zither is more than 100 years old and was handed down to him by his Above tour visitors leave the Sullivan home to head for another of the six the fundraising Photo by Deryl Clark CISD candidates readying campaigns Four candidates make up the slate running for two at large positions on the Comal Independent School District board of Each trustee will serve a threeyear Candidates for the in the order they will appear on the May 6 are Martin Carter Dan Mitchell and William Bill district court administrator in Comal is a resident of the Oak GroVc subdivision on FM The 44yearold candidate is the father of three CISD students 16 13 and He has been a resi dent of the school dislrict for eight Castcel is the sole incumbent seeking election to the school She currently serves as president on the board and is a local attorney and former classroom teacher at Canyon High Castecl is the mother of a CHS and a senior at She is a See Page 2A Trustees will discuss staff needs By DAVID BUILTA Staff Writer Officials of Comal Independent School District will look at projected growth and staffing needs and financ ing to meet those needs in an informal workshop Monday at at the central administration CISD Superintendent Bill Brown said he and Arlen the dis tricts director of have met with committees to discuss financial Cool wheels aspects of growth We have a way to project growth for the Brown If the mandated 22toone student ratio is changed to CISD may not have to hire many additional staff Legislation has been introduced to make the change in the Texas Education Agency policy no further action has been We figure that were going to have add approximately two teachers in the hill country due to the growth in Bulvcrdc Primary School and possib ly one or two teachers at Bulvcrdc Elementary Brown Trustees will also receive an update of where bond funds and interest money Brown said the dislrict staff has vis iicd every prinicpal at every school to discuss what items may be needed in See Page 2A The New Braunfels Branch of the American Association of Uni versty Women will meet Monday at in the NBNB build Linda volunteer literacy will speak on literacy f programs in Comal There For the fifth the Texas Chapter of the National in original condition or must be original restorations is a great need in Corvette Restoration Society conducted a meet Many of the cars even had the original equipment welc5 2X2 Corvettes built between 1953 tiresincluding ime with the welcome to 1972 arrived from three states to show their spe the Photo by Deryl Clark See Page 2A cial All Vettes in the show must be all original v   

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