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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 31, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas October 1389 Weather Band Water Comal Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Edwards Watch cfs up 5 cfs Up 143 Cfs Up 4 up up Forecasts SOUTH TEXAS Mostly fair southeast with increasing cloudi ness elsewhere A slight chance of rain central and south toward Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain most sections Lows tonight from 40s to near 50 north and 50s to near 60 Highs Wednesday 60s to near 70 north and 70s NORTH TEXAS Fair Partly cloudy and turning windy and colder most sections Wednes Lows tonight from 38 east to 45 Highs Wednesday from 60 to Extended Forecasts SOUTH TEXAS Mostly cloudy and cool with a chance of showers south and east Clearing and colder Thursday night and Fair and cool Hill Country and south central Texas highs in the 60s to near 70 And near 60 Fri day and Lows in the 50s Thursday dropping into the 40s Friday and 30s to near 40 Satur Texas Coastal Bend highs in the 70s 60s Friday and Lows near 60 dropping to the 50s Friday and 40s Lower Texas Rio Grande valley and plains highs in the 70s to near 80 60s to near 70 Friday and Low in the 60s 50s to near 60 Friday and 40s to near 50 Satur Southeast Texas and the upper Texas Coast highs near 70 Thurs 60s Friday and near 60 Satur Lows near 50 drop ping into the 40s Friday and 30s to near 40 NORTH TEXAS no rain Colder Thursday and A moderating trend begin ning Lows from near 30 north to mid30s Highs in the 50s 40s Friday and from the upper 50s to lower 60s no rain Colder Thursday and A moderating trend begin ning Lows from near 30 north to upper 30s Highs in the 50s 40s Friday and 50s again a slight chance of rain No rain expected Friday or Cool er through the Lows in the 40s Thursday and 30s Friday and Highs around 60 Thurs from the mid40s to mid50s Friday and in the 50s Texas cool days and cold nights are expected to continue across Texas for the next two The cold front that moved across the state Monday has brought clear skies and much cool er temperatures to all of the A slight warming trend is expected by the first part of the forecasters The cold front triggered violent weather in the San Antonio area that left two people Dana Steele a construc tion died at a construction site at Kelly Air Force base when a portion of a warehouse under con struction fell on The second victim was an unidentified woman whose body was found in a 25foot deep drain age San Antonio reported heavy high winds and frequent lightning as the storm passed through the A power outage caused by the storm left City Public Ser vice customers and about half of Brooke Air Force Base without power for Forecasts called for increasing cloudiness across West Texas tonight and for clear skies over the rest of the state through Lows tonight will be in the 30s across West the 40s in North Texas and East Texas and the 50s Rainfall totals Mondays Bulverde 00 Sauder Farms east of NB 46 Royal Forest east county 00 Canyon Lake Forest south side Sun Valley west of Smithson Valley 10 Stonehouse Realty Potters Creek 50 Radio Rock Street McQueeney 50 Halloween Continued from Page 1 Wear light colored clothing which is short enough to prevent tripping and make sure reflectors are on whether provided by the maker or Also make sure wigs and beards are labeled flame Make sure children can see well through face Remem ber that masks may also restrict breathing and Be sure and shoes are willfitting and dont impede movement or Escort younger children in candy gathering and set boundaries and time limits for older Stay within a known neighborhood and visit only the homes you Try to go during daylight and carry flashlights in case of an unexpected delay and trim cos tumes with reflective tape for added protection after Watch for Instruct children not to eat any or other treats and examine the treats carefully before allowing children to eat Only allow and give wrapped or packaged Remove any obstacles from lawns and porches where visitors may walk and keep can dles away from children at all Never let young children carve jack olantems and consid er using nontoxic paint to deco rate Births Conilnutd tram 1 bang their the kids rushed the this is the normal When Fortress began its first members of the audience went to the stage and began slam dancing a form of dancing where participants jump into each other and banging1 their heads rapidly nodding their The boys performed publicly in February and that was the first time we had seen Smith It scared me to death and I feel positive that with five teachers and two offduty that they were scared and In the middle of the first song by NBHS Assistant Principal Carl Hall stepped onto the stage and asked lead singer Tony Anastas to tell the crowd to back off the Anas tas asked the group to settle Police officers began escorting audience members closest to the stage out of the If they saw a why didnt he Hall get on borrow a mike and tell the kids to sit down instead of asking a 16yearold boy to control the crowd asked NBHS Vice Principal Chuck Engler said he believed after some of the audience members were taken Hall wanted to let the band continue Then the second song started and a word in it sounded like a fourletter obscene claim administrators and student council representatives at the Band members say the word was as in muck it Persons running the sound equip Continued from Page 1 American Legion Comal Post 179 meets 2 at 410 Coll The Executive Committee meeets at 7 and the regular meeting begins at 8 Unit 179 Auxiliary meets at The Comal County Young Far mers will meet Wednesday at 7 in the Canyon High School agriculture science Guest speaker will be Dale Sikora of Hay of The caption under a photo of the new Landa Park Star planter at the intersection of Landa Park Drive and Hinman Island Drive McKenna Memorial Hospital Julius Ray and Zena Felger 500 Market 14ounce girl Cruz and Juanita Varela 935 Com al 2ounce boy Troy and Trudy Bretzke Box 695 CJ 4ounce girl Roxanna Juarez Box Lot 37 Cypress Grove 7pound boy Nancy Guerrera and Leonard Aguirre New Braunfels 6pound boy and Timothy Oetken 1645 Old McQueeney Road 10ounce girl Russell and Susan Caddell Box Seguin 6ounce girl Robert and Maryanne Saenz 942 Kuehler Ave 8pound girl and William Stipano vick 2692 FM 725 181 13ounce girl Edward and Tania Lira Box 10 7ounce girl Mark and Cynthia Keith 1540 Allison 1ounce girl Jose Lewis and Maria Teresa Ossorio HC Box Canyon Lake 7ounce girl Out of town Randy and Jana Harkins 1552 Allison 8ounce girl 21 at Methodist Hospital in San Anto Grandparents are Helen Capps of Aubrey and Bill and Janice Harkins of and Lee Banda San 14ounce boy Paternal grandmother is Gloria Banda of New Paternal greatgrandmother is Aliza Soliz of New Mater nal grandparents are Carlos and Nor ma Zetina of ment began turning off the public address We thought it was in poor taste and it was summarily said They ought not to use lan guage like that or anything that even sounded like who was not at the Battle of the said he supports Hall and the administrators who stopped the band and escorted persons who do not attend the high school out of the I think we had a potentially dangerous situation which was over ted by their said For no other reason than it was causing rowdy behavior in the He Hall was duly upset when something like that comes across the PA Engler along with Tony Anas las mother and drummer Randy Adams mother Janie Herrera said the administrators and two off duty police officers used excessive force in removing the people from the audience and did not allow members of the which also includes Jeff Gerhardt and Carlos to retrieve their If you send your children to a schoolsponsored you shouldnt have to worry about being thrown Smith Engler said although he was not at the he takes responsibility for what Weve had a Battle of the Bands for several years and it draws maybe 40 It never has drawn this many did not contain the names of Sid and Fay who also worked hard to see the star The Team from Canyon High School will meet Thursday to plan activities to reach goals set during the first planning All interested persons are invited to attend the meeting from 7 to 9 in the school For more informa call Betty Kyle at The deadline for entering New Braunfels Young Woman of the Year formerly Junior Miss is All interested junior high school girls should pick up their entry forms at The Silver Tree or call 6253116 or Continued from Page 1 Some of the money also will be used to finance roof improvements at several campuses and to pay for addi Election tional parking at Comal The 589squaremile school district faces an anticipated enrollment growth of more than 26 percent by Continued from Page 1 The school was built in 1924 and needs to be rewired to meet safety officials Absentee voting for the election started Monday at the Education Cen 430 Mill Election day is 18 with voting at Lone Star Seele New Braunfels Lamar Primary and New Braunfels High Continued from Page 1 compromise was put into writing and put to all sides for final The Democrats lost their last fight with President Bush on the issue but plan to bring to the floor Wednesday a revised measure that has won support from some of the conservative Demo crats who helped Bush sustain a veto last House Republican leaders had hoped to strike a deal with the admi nistration and Democrats to avert another partisan But prospects for a threeway agreement appeared unlikely Monday as an administration official said a lack of focus on the Obituaries issue by the White House had left the GOP leaders on their A White House spokesman said Monday the administration was stick ing by its call for an increase with more Both parties planned to count their votes today to determine their strategy during the floor The Democratic plan would boost the hourly minimum which has stood at since to on 1 and to on It also would allow new entrants in the job market to be paid a subminimum until they had twomonths work Katie Tuggle Services are pending at Doeppensc hmidt Funeral Home for Katie of Box She died at McKenna Memorial Minnie Services are pending atDoeppensc hmidt Funeral Home for Minnie Giesecke of New Braun She died at Eden Tomasa Castro Services were today at Holy Family Catholic Church for Tomasa of New The Fran cis Maas Burial was in Comal Castro died at Oak Crest She was bom in San Marcos to Milton and Ramona nee Garcia She had been a resident of New Braunfels for more than 60 The homemaker was a member of Our Lady of Perpe tual Help Survivors include a Bob bie Ozuna of San Antonio Manuela Emilia Medrano and Santos all of New Braun fels Daniel Castro of New Braunfels two grandchildren three greatgrandchildren and numerous nieces and CARPETS STEAM 50Q CLEANED intire 5 swnwpp Stain Removal Upholstery Alamo Carpet Care he Its designated primarily for kids in the school to put a band together and We drew some people from in the community to watch Clayton Smith and Randy Adams were students at New Braunfels High School at the time of the The others were either former students of the school or never had The sponsors were Engler I feel like it is my responsibility to anticipate things like that and limit it to students and I hate to do that because some of these kids play good rocknroll The administration is going to assume complete he We opened it up to the general public and some undesirables got I got lulled into a false sense of security we dont expect bad things to hap Engler said future band battles may require prospective entries to submit videotapes of their perfor mances before acceptance into the Families of the band members are upset their teens werent able to com plete their To par ticipation in the band is as important as any other extracurricular None of them read Smith They trained they are not trained and they had an original song they had planned to Band members practice daily at Adams We know where our children are and who they are Smith There is value in this band just like there is in the foot ball team and we are proud of our This is something they have worked for and accomplished on their Im just as proud of him doing this as I would be if he played she Even more But to school heavy metal music still poses a We try to have a policy here that gives the kids some leeway to go through the things they need to go through and its paid Engler adding that although he may not like the way the heavy metal students its not against school Slam head banging and offensive are not allowed at New Braunfels High Its a known fact and its been researched many times that your normal dropout has Metalllca the name of a heavy metal band written across his Engler You generally see all of that tied to heavy I think its extremely Of offensive or offensivesounding Engler said The reaction at this school will always be swift on We have very direct instructions on how we are supposed to run this Its whats expected of us in this he I Would hate to go before the school board and say I didnt They expect you to use due process and they expect you to do what needs to be Adams and Smith were called to Englers office Monday Engler said he was going to tell them and the other band members that he did not appreciate their actions Friday Because Smith and Adams did not have microphones and were not the ones who said they were not going to be Engler Nobody at this school in that band was going to be disciplined other than to be called into the office and told that we were disappointed some one in their band used what we defi nitely thought was foul Smith withdrew Clayton from school the next He is moving to San Antonio with his 21yearold sis ter so he can attend Judson High He is a senior and wants to graduate in the Summit Continued from Page 1 lions of Soviet Now that the meeting has been I expected there will be an awful many suggestions as to the sub jects to be 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