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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 9, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas Norway checktngseas fonigns of radiation AP Ndfway on Saturday searched for Signs of radioactivity frofrf nuclear p6wefed Soviet submarine that caught fife and sank off the Authorities feared aboiit SO Soviet sail y Holland sharp inntowing down foes Both Shawn LaRue arid Rodney Holland allowed two hits Between them as both Sfnlthson Valley ahd New Braurlfels posted easy victories ift District 284A baseball garnes Friday LaRue pitched anohitter as Srriithsbri Valley beat Clemens while the Unicorns See Page 13A Hospital plans events to honor its volunteers This is Texas Hospital Volunteer Week and McKenna Memorial Hospital has several events sche duled to honor members of the hospital auxiliary and See Page 1B Braunfels iilU Voi 106 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377880 5126259144 06 April 1989 50 Cents Four 48 Pages 1 i A 52ycarpld New Braunfels was the second fatality in a week at the intersection ofInterstate 35 and FM 725 Joe Hiimptonj Runnels died after an accident at the intersection access road at Runnels was a passenger in a 1988 Mitsubishi pickup driven by his Mary 1985 Mercury Cou gar driven bjy Francisco Gonzalcs of Eagle Pass failed to yield right ofway during a left turn in the inlcrscction and was hit by the Run i j See Page 2A Vandals Two New Braunfels men were arrested and charged with felony criminal at the Landa Park Blair Paul Stanley of 968 Chicago were charged with the mischief and released from the Comal County jail in lieu of bonds They in their vehicles and look a spin the golf said New Braunfels Police Department Mario See Page 2A Divers from Pleasure Divers attempted Thursday and Friday to find a drowning victim but called off the search Divers will continue to look for the man continues Volunteers draglake bottom for victim By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer Divers spent another day in Canyon Lake Saturday searching for a San Antonio man who is presumed drowned after falling from a personal water craft Ray Henry was seen going below waters surface around by friends standing on the shore at The Point in Comal He was not wear ing a personal flotation V He was attempting to go to the jet ski he did not reach he was heard calling for help said Canyon Lake Reservoir Manager Jerry Four divers from Pleasure Divers began their search for DykesThursday in the1 murkywaters butcalled off the search at Search teams from Pleasure Divers and the Bcxar County Fire Department Rescue Team dove Friday and search was called off Saturday after but will continue Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife game war dens continue to drag the lake for the Personnel from the Comal County sheriffs New Braunfels Emergency Communications and Cranes Mill See Page 2A Suspect in breakout Lawmen jail area woman A 29year old San Antonio woman remained in Comal County Jail Satur day after being arrested for helping four men escape from the Bossier Par in Bossier CoMal County Sheriffs Depart ment Rudy Rubio Vicki Van derburg was apprehended after elud ing officers in the Lake Shores subdivision for about an hour and a half Friday Weve had the house under survdliancc for about a Rubio We got a tip she was there at 10 In addition to the Comal County Sheriffs office the search included Marshals from San Antonio and and Department of Public Safety Vandcrburg was finally discovered hiding under a car in a twocar At prcsstime Saturday Van dcrburg had not bcc magistratcd and bond had not been Policemen link trio to damage By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer Two 15yearold boys and a New Braunfels man have been linked to the vandalism of Coma Cemetery which incurred worth of damage during a recent We got ihc names through Crime said New Braunfels Police Department detective Mario One 15yearold was obtained at a Comal County high school Friday by police while the other 15yearold turned hiinsclf in to authorities Both wereturned over to the proba tion Guerrero Moving on down the line Qas grill sparkg home fire A fire Saturday evening did exten sive damage to a Lake Dunlap The blaze broke out at after a rubber line leading from a gas tank on a grill came off causing the grill to Three trucks fr6rn Lake Dunlap Volunteer Fire Department and one from the New Braunfels Fire Department responded to the fire three miles off FM 725 on Unionwine Lake Dunlap Volunteer Fire Department Fire Marshal Roberts said the fire damaged 20 to 25 percent of the woodframe home belonging to Tom Shirley He estimated fire damage at and water and smoke damage at to Members of the Hayden family sort through their belonging after a fire damaged their home Saturday TEA team studies NB schools A New Braunfels man also involved in the vandalism is still at he adding Precinct 1 Jus tice of the Peace Harold Krucgcr issued a warrant for the The man faces felony criminal mischief which is a thirddegree The three apparently entered the cemetery the night of March 17 and broke more than 20 and disturbed flower offi cials Two tombstones also were Guerrero Total damage has been estimated See Page 2A Good day It will be a little cooler today with the high today reaching a mild 79 Winds will be out of the northwest at 10 to 15 miles per The low tonight will be 55 The high Monday will only reach The low Monday night will remain in the mid Clouds arc expected to roll in Tuesday although the chance for rain looks Highs for most of the week will be in the upper 70s and lows will be in the Inside 18D DEAR TV David Doege worKs on the tracks for an HO which will be connected to other layouts for the second Model Railroad Jamboree on April 29 Civic for the event include depot open flea aN prizes which include tickets for the Texan Dining a brass HO steam engine and a complete HO This is the second jamboree by New Braunfels Historic Railroad and Modelers Last years jamboree drew persons so members expanded this years Photo by Deryl Clark It ILWO things are certain death anft For school districts in Texas monitoring visits from the Texas Education Agency are just as pertain and often as New Braunfels Inde pendent Scjiool District welcomed the results of an accreditation moni toring visit completed Friday morn The report youre going to get from us this morning is very said Jim the team Ive done many reports and this is die best report on any district that Ive You should be very As a TEA Hesse has headed numerous audits across the A 13merober team looked at NBISDs compliance in fiscal compensatory vocational and adult edu special and bilin English as a Second Chapter I and GED testing Following the teams arrival Wednesday the auditors studied visited campuses and talked with teachers and students to assess the success of the statefunded educational pro grams offered in Each audi tor looked at a number of criteria which must be met in each They then issued a verbal and short written overview of their findings before they left the district Friday The team commended the district at the exit interview attended by Charles the central office special education diagnosticians and school board trus tee Arlon As the auditors gave their they commented on how happy stu dents were on every campus they One These students are truly in a warm The outstanding teachers found in NBISD were no ticed as well as the high quality of Of one an auditor she was so she did everything but walk on Ive discovered your said another You are fortu nate to have a community with pride in education and which supports Its a wonderful Hesse1 praised the finance office We discovered no discrep which is very good and very We always find some thing Kay TEA echoed Hesses remarks in finding no dis crepancies in the personnel depart The department was compli mented on its accuracy and superb There were also no discrepancies See 2A Stammtisch Hospice New Braunfels will conduct volunteer training sessions May and 22 at Eden Home Day Care Center from to and May 13 at Peter and Paul Activity Center from to and May 25 at the hospice 180 Mill Street at Hospice New Braunfels is a nonprofit organization which offers emo and practical support to patients and families coping with terminal Its standards require a strong volunteer contin gent which is specifically trained in hospice There is a charge for materials for the 27 hour training Call or go by See
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