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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 22, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas Red Ribbon Week activities The community is urged to take part in Red Ribbon Week and show support for a drugfree Tomorrow njghu Mayor Doug Miilef wilt proclaim Red Ribbon Week at the City Council wins district tennis crown New tiraurtfels won its third team tennis title in four years Saturday by defeating Alamo Heights 117 in the District 284A tournament in See Page 14 Museum showcases classics memories Nothing brings back memories of the good old o 2 at cars from younger Caf Museum has only ors relive and rekindle those New Braunfels 246 707 Unda New Texas 78130 USPS Zeituno S 377880 5126259144 Sunday October 1989 50 Cents rhree 42 Pages Aquifer suit Commission urging outofcourt settlement SAN ANTONIO AP The state water commissions top official warned Friday a lawsuit seeking to have the Edwards Aquifer declared an underground stream could throw the region into chaos if the suit is success ful and urged an outofcourt settle ment as the only workable Buck Wynne chairman of the Texas Water Commission who is reportedly preparing his own prop osed settlement to the said inter ested panics inched closer to agree ment during a private meeting Friday at the Edwards Underground Water District Although Wynne neither would confirm nor deny that the water com mission is working on a others attending the meeting said he probably would present a draft at the next closeddoor scheduled for Buck Wynne is working to draft a proposal that he and other members of the water commission think would See Page 2A Fire district hearing at courthouse annex Homecoming royalty crowned Friday night AnhTerese Matschek was named Homecoming Queen during half Melinda Villanueva won the honor of Homecoming Queen at the New time at the Canyon HighBoerne game Friday The daughter of BraunfelsAlamo Heights game here Escorted by Unicorn line Tom and Dorothy Matschek was escorted on the field by Randy Vet man Marcus she is the daughter of Felix The Jhe Cougars won the game the 14 to For Unicorns outstomped the Mules with a final score of 9 to 3 See Page more detailsseePage13A Photos by Deryl Clark 13A for the What a nice weekend this has turned out to Todays high is expected to reach 85 with south winds about 15 mph Tonight should be partly cloudy with a lowdropping to about Mon days high will return to the mid Inside DEAR TV Darling sees bank grow into a major institution A public hearing Tuesday will decide the fate of an additional county fire County commissioners will decide whether to call an election to create Comal County Emergency Services District The hearing starts at at the Comal County Court house Annex in the Commissioners Court Courtroom on the third All residents in the proposed area are urged to If voters create the district if an election is called a tax not to exceed 10 cents per property valuation will be assessed by the See FIRE Page 2A Agencies United for Child Abuse Prevention is having a luncheon Forum with community area the Jity manager and the Thursday at noon at the kitchen downstairs in theNBlSQ Educa tlon The involved formed a coalition last year to pfevent child abuse and neglect hi New membership Lunch will cost arid RSVP is needed by For more information or to make a call Claudette Doh ejty at XThe New Braunfels High School Band Boosters will meet Tuesday at Plans for district ISftrching contest and Wurstfest will be 1 By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer Arthur Darling saw First Federal Savings and Loan Association go from paper and ink days to the com puter age and as he prepares to retire he reflects on how banking has Its not as much fun running the Association as it used to he With the regulations they are comingr out When we first started everything was done with pen and who started as a teller with the bank in the went to high school in and received a business degree from Texas Christ ian He was elected to the board of directors in 1968 and selected as pres ident of the bank in November Darling was named chairman of the board in February The bank was organized and granted a charter When I first started there were only three of he adding the bank mostly lent money for home loans and offered savings Now the bank offers many types of loans and Though banking has changed dur ing his bank it wasnt until recently that banking became no fun he Ive enjoyed every minute of it until about the last six to seven he The banking financial indus try is controlled too much by the The cycles of government deregu lation and regulation hurt the banking he adding the state user laws also affected banks when the money was borrowed at 16 to 17 but the banks could loan money at only 10 Darling said young people dont save as much money as they used Back when I first I think that the younger people were willing to save much more than Maybe they were more able to he The economy has affected all of Darling said he plans to leave the bank sometime before 1990 to travel with his wife in their motor He also has things to do around his home and He will remain on the Arthur Darling is retired after more than 40 years at First Federal Sav ings and Loan an institution he has seen grow from a See Page 2A pen and ink operation into the computer Photo by Deryl Clark Tie oil red ribboiifbr a drugfree community The community is urged to take part in Red Ribbon Oct to show support for a drug free Red Ribbon Week originated when Federal Agent Enrique Camarena was murdered by drug traffickers in The red ribbon became the symbolto reduce the demand for The Safe City Commission announced this weeks activities Monday Doug Mill er will proclaim Rjed Ribbon Week at the City Councjl Councilmembers willbe pre sented with red a drug sym posium at Memorial Prjjnary School is scheduled for communi ty leaders to discuss the local drug Wear Red Day See Paflt2A Bush vetoes bill liberalizing abortion law ffijsf Off Pounds Sen sjbly will host annual Open House Tuesday at 7 in the reergaUpii 3Qp taurel is open to women and children older For more call or currently in Cterriwn4angujBge cJftsjjps for two are Invited as utfQjma UpnaJ meeting coucenung the 1990 GermanAmerican student will be School iM 2A WASHINGTON AP President Bush on Saturday kept his pledge to veto legislation that would liberalize abortion law by making federal funds available for poor women in cases of incest and Bush said he was unwilling to expend tax dollars unless the mothers life is which is the only way Medicaid can fund abortions under current GISD board will consider tax roll Trustees of the Comal Independ ent School District will consider ap proval of the 1989 tax roll when they meet in regular session 30 at the Central Administration Other agenda items will include t Approval of library book bids Consider bids for pickup truck 8M This the Con gress has expanded the circumstances in which federal appropriated funds could be used to pay for Bush said in a veto message released by the White The Senate on Thursday completed action on the abortion pass ing on a 6731 vote a spending bill that included the expanded abortion funding provision despite Bushs threat of a The abortion funding was included in a billion appropriation for the departments of Health and Human Labor and Education for fis cal which began The House passed the measure the previous week by a much more nar row 216206 far short of the twothirds vote that would be Set 2A Clements has ruled out abortion as session topic AUSTIN AP Bill Cle ments stunned antiabortion leaders Friday by saying he will not allow abortion restrictions on the agenda of any upcoming special legislative I consider it to be a Hes playing political football with the lives of unborn said Bill See 2A Absentee voting ends Tuesday in bond election Tuesday is the last day to vote ab sentee in the Comal ISO bond issue Voters may cast ballots at the CISD central administration located at 1421 Highway 81 East in New from 8 to Monday through The other absentee voting location is Smithson Valley Middle lo cated on FM 311 in Spring Ballots may be cast here to Monday through
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