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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 10, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas                                If Study Teachers help students cheat on tests NEW YORK AP Pressure to achieve rapid school reform is prompting some educators to help students cheat on standardized achievement a report See Page 6A Coma County teams undei All three local football teams boast 10 records after Fridays Smithson Valley was the big man at West Campus with a 60 Canyon sent Kennedy packing after a 410 blowout and New Braunfels won a 2114 thriller against See Page 13A Williamson providing vital link for victims Victims of crime in Comal County have a way of getting And Connie the victim MO 09 for District Attorney Bill EL PAf New Braunfels 216 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS Couple killed in Friday wreck By STEPHANIE DA VIS Staff Writer GARDEN RIDGE A San Anto nio couple was killed instantly Friday on Interstate approximately two miles outside of Garden after the vehicle they were in went out of control and hit a Christine the driver of the 1983 and John Michael the frontseat both of 12115 San Miguel in San died of massive internal Witnesses that were around the vehicle observed this vehicle and observed the driver to be swerving across the center said Depart ment of Public Safety Trooper Ronald appeared that possibly she could have been falling See Page 2A Good day Partly cloudy along with a 20 percent chance of afternoon and evening may cool things off a bit the next of Todays high should reach about 96 with south erly winds about 10 Tonights low will drop to about Monday looks the The outlook for Tuesday through Thursday shows a slight chance of widely scattered afternoon and evening highs in the mid 90s and lows in the mid Inside 89A DEAR 11A 4B 12 A TV 2A Stammtisch Its Food Festival week and the local chapter of the American Heart along with the County Extension McKen na Memorial and are planning some fun activities to make you aware of hearthealthy food On Tuesday and Thursday from 10 to 3 HEB will be the place for shop pers to learn about modifying their lists to include hearthealthy food Dieticians Deirdre Shows and Belinda Bazan from McKenna and Pat Rasor and Debbie Williford from the County Extension Service will be available with nutritional information samples of lowcholesterol Pumpkin Bran Muffinswill be available for tasting the ingre dients were donated by HEB and the muffins were prepared in the nutritional department at McKen A Milk Challenge will demonstrate the difference between lowfat and skim Eden Home will host a choles terol screening Thursday from 9 to 1 and 2 to 5 in the day care center located on the business office side entrance of die There will be a Charge per person for the fidda Buchners Musical Jour ney on KGNB AM1420 2A Zeituno Fou Sunday September 1989 50 Cents Four 44 Pages Inventory turns up drugs in mans car A New Braunfels man remains in the Comal County jail today on a charge of possession of a controlled substance after a New Braunfels police officer stopped him on a regu lar traffic stop Friday Rodolfo Gonzales 688 Academy is scheduled to be magistrated Gonzales was arrested by Police Officer Doug Dunlap after he was stopped on 81 West around 10 for an expired license said Felix See Page 2A Seizures of MCorp banks may be illegal A San Antonio couple was killed Friday afternoon when their car went out of control and struck a Photo by Deryl Clark DALLAS A federal judges preliminary ruling could spell trouble for the federal governments seizure of a number of Texas including some involved in the seizure of MCorp and Texas American Banes hares In the preliminary findings issued last District Judge Robert Porter ruled the Federal Deposit Insurance had acted illegally in seizing million owed to one of the five banks still owned by once Texas second largest bank hold ing The ruling came in a suit brought by MCorps bank in New Braunfels and does not involve the parent com said MCorp spokesman Joe Stroop MCorp has a suit pending before Porter which makes some of the same At issue is whether federal regula tors acted properly in refusing to return to some otherwise solvent banks funds they had on deposit in insolvent sister See M Page 2 A Carter Casteel Intention Casteel will run for judge Carter local attorney and president of the Comal Inde pendent School announced her plans Friday to run for county judge in It is my intent to file as a candi date for Comal County judge in the See Page 2A caught in red tape when attacker released By STEPHANIE DA VIS Staff Writer The release of a convicted rapist from the Texas Department of Corrections has sent one of his into a redtape tailspin as she attempts to learn why she wasnt notified of his Four weeks my son accidentally found out he was back on the the New Braunfels woman said on conditions of It has all come Im back to being Im back to carrying a It again has completely set my life into For more information on victim see Page 1B The chaos began when the woman was not notified of the mans release from prison in July a notification she had requested more than eight years when she cooperated with law enforcement The system failed and pressure ought to be brought to bear at every level of the she said about not being Like I told local police I You misjudged me I should have been Forewarning can give you some You then go back into your supercautious My outrage was certainly compounded by the fact that no one had let me New Braunfels Police Felix Roque said the decision was made not to notify the victims to ensure their peace of The man was con victed of raping two other That doesnt mean that we didnt notify our police he All the officers were made fully aware of this man and fully aware of his prior history and where his actions were Police officers recently stopped the man as he was riding a bicycle in the neighborhood where he had raped the She no longer lives The rape occurred one fall night about eight years ago when the then 56 years became the third victim of the 18yearold man she had never seen He was caught three days later and sent to prison for 60 After serving fewer than eight the man See Page 2A Police warn of phone scam New Braiinlels police are warn ing local business owners to beware of a false advertisement which has been reported in San Marcos and New The man is supposedly selling advertising for a but never delivers the He also says the chamber of commerce supports the which the chamber of commerce actually does not Before signing advertisement business owners should contact the police department or research requested Felix Roque said no business owners have filed any formal com plaints against the but encourages business owners to do so if they feel they have been I need more proof before a warrant is issued for the mans Roque Persons with information should call Roque at 6256872 or Lockin to help students say no By MARGARET EDMONSON Staff Writer Just Say No is the message Canyon Middle School students will be hearing during two days of activities designed to keep the local school This is our annual event that was started three years ago by a very supportive eager middle schoolers aiuU very energetic Canyon High School student coun said Rusty principal of Canyon Middle The twoday event will kick off 15 with inmates from the Texas Department of Corrections coming to talk to the students at The prisoners will discuss their experiences with drugs and how drugs led them to lives of Brockman said the prisoners also will answer ques tions from the At 1 that same San Antonio police depart ments rock Alamo City will play before the CMS students as well as the fourthand fifth graders from Frazier and Comal Elementary Also invited to the concert are the student council student council sponsors and administrators from Canyon High Smithson Valley High New Braunfels High Smithson Valley Middle School and New Braun See Page 2A KFC students The long and winding road to resist trying drugs Students are back to school and this back to school means its time to learn about resisting During children in class rooms across the nation will begin what might be the most important education al program theyll ever The known as Drug Abuse Resistance teaches children how to say no to To raise awareness and collect funds to bring to more stu September has been recognized as Kentucky Fried Throughout the Ken tucky Fried the national cor porate sponsor of will raise funds to help maintain exist ing programs and establish new Each Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant will donate and can nister displays will be set up for cus tomer contributions in each Additional funds iogal wUl bf through spe cpl events held in across the Local residents can participate through donations to the program made at the Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant at 691 Walnut in New Manager Gary Smith said a donation bucket is set up to take dona Customers also can leave their donations in envelopes provided by the Its one of our big programs of the Smith Weve had quite a few On the weekends its a lot better than the The donation bucket will be up until Founded in Los Angeles in 1983 as a cooperative effort between the Los Angeles Police Department and the Los Angeles Unified School brings uniformed police officers into the classroom for 17 weeks to teach children about selfesteem and peerpressure resis Graduates not only show a higher rate of resisting they also have improved study bet ter grades and more positive attitudes Uward sphpol and the The scourge of in this coun try is affecting every family in every Despite a record turnout of more than 900 competi defended his mens The large field is both a Ken Glah and Kirsten Hanssen still rose to the blessing and a said event organizer Carl top at the Texas Hill Country Triathlon Saturday at For more see Page Photo by Canyon Hanssen won the womens title for Deryl Clark the third consecutive year while Glah safely   

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