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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 1, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas                                Track owners to cut race purses AUSTIN AP Officials of the states first and only operating parlmutuel horse Rollie White plan to cut purses by onethird to con tinue The track is losing a week because wagering has been lighter than See Page 3A NB defeats earns playoff spot BOERNE As it had through most of the early part of the New Braunfels volleyball team rallied in the third game Tuesday night to defeat Ker rville Tivy and capture the secondplace pldyoff berth in District 284 See Page 10A Herald sponsoring Cookbook Its that time agav Ttilung issrv i unfcls Herald Contest dee Page 1B New Braunfels 253 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377880 5126259144 Zeituno Wednesday November 1989 25 Cents Two 22 Pages Candidate outlines plans for education Rob Republican candidate for lieutenant outlined plans for restructuring the Texas edu cation system and criticized the Democrats planto raise taxes to solve the systems problems while visiting New Braunfels Bob Bullock a Democratic candidate said we need to raise million or million in temporary taxes to solve funding problem of the education Mosbacher Some say a temporary tax is a contradiction in Mosbacher said the state has several million dollars of revenue earned from economic growth and that money should go to upgrading the education Instead of raising we could use the extra revenue the earns to fund the poorer school and then we can increase funding to districts on he We need to do more than just throw money into the We also need to see that the money is being used to improve the Mosbacher spoke at Pats in the Park to interested citi zens while on a campaign tour of San and the Worth See Page 2A Enjoy todays relatively warm temperatures while they last because after todays high of near tomorrows high is expected to reach only the mid A cold front is going to blow into the Central1 Texas area this dropping overnight lows into the mid Theres also a good chance of showers and thunder storms with the Thursday will be coldand 7S9B DEAR TV 1 11 Schwab plans election bid Moe Schwab of Canyon Lake announced Tuesday his intention to run for Commissioner in the Precinct 4 challenging incumbent Commissioner Clyde who is serving his first Schwab said he intends to file by petition with Republican party chairman Robbi Borchers in I believe a small businessmans input to the county court would be help Schwab I feel capable of serving all of the people in my A lifetime resident of Comal 57yearold Schwab said he a resident of the Canyon Lake area for 29 where he owns a construction He said he was convinced to run on the ticket after being approached by sev eral friends and Lawmen seek burglary clues All dressed up Bascual Flores of Convention Decorators Services hangs bunting in Wursthalle in preparation of the 10day Wurstfest whjch kicks off The opening ceremonies will include the landing of the Wurst Navy on the banks of the Comal River and free entertainment featuring Myron The 29th annual Wurstfest features a wide variety of entertainment and food along with the annual Heritage Exhibit and Arts and Crafts Absentee voting nears end for 21 amendments five proved to be a lucky number for Billy a retired lawman and resident of New Fletcher was the fifth winner of the Holiday Football League Sup er Bowl Sweepstakes trip for two to the Super Bowl in New Orleans A former chief criminal investi gator for the Limestone County Sheriffs Department and now a selfemployed security Fletcher submittedthe winning entry to the Holiday Inn of one of Holiday Inn and Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza hotels participating in the national The prize includes two game round trip air five days and four nights at a Holiday Inn or Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza hotel in downtown a rental and five in his immediate fam ijp said he always con sidered five his lucky His consists of his wife avhurse for the Sheriffs Department here and three gorwn He and Fletcher said theyre excited about the opportunity tp attend Super Bowl XXIV in New Orleans in the same month they will cele brate their wadding anniver The prize will provide us with a wonderful way to celebrate our he Fletcher was recognized as the winner of the fifth weekly sweep stokes on ABCs Monday Night Fpptball telecast There wete special guests of the Seguin hptej viewing of the The vppkly sweepstakes conitnues topujjh and anyone 9W Fpflfns are available at parti HpJidjy Jnji and Holiday Pips hotels thrpugh Law enforcement officers believe a pry tool may have been used in a building burglary on FM three miles east of according to the New County Crime The reported burglary is believed to have occurred between noon 24 and 4 Upon gaining it is a person or persons took several including two chain a Daisy BB and an Underwood adding according to Crime Anyone having information regard ing this reported breakin is asked to call Persons with informa tion are not required to give their name and will remain A reward is offered for information leading to the arrest and indictment of persons i Absentee voting for 21 amend ments to the Texas Constitution will end at according to County Clerk Rosie The regular election for those amendments will be from 7 to 7 on A school bond election is set for which is primarily for a new sixth grade facility in the New Braun fels Independent School Bosenbury said as of 261 persons have voted absentee by personal appearance for the state election and the office has received 15 of 29 ballots which were for a total of 276 absentee None of the voting locations have been consolidated and all 23 precincts will be Bosenbury Precinct judges will bring their bal lots to the Comal County Courthouse when the polls where they will be Bosenbury See Page 2A Old Danville school to be renovated by local civic groups NB trustees expel 8thgrade student New Braunfels Independent School District trustees voted for the expulsion of an eighthgrade male student because of reported assault on another according to Superintendent Charles The board met in executive session at 7 Tuesday and discussed the lone topic upon which action was to be according to The student will be barred from attending school until the end of the current semester for reportedly assaulting another student and for making serious and possibly dangerous verbal threats to a Bradberry A 93yearold schoolhousc used for storage for many years is facing a new life after the New Braunfels Conser vation Society and Garden Club Council have proposed taking over of the historic Danville School to preserve and restore the The civic conservation groups plan to move the build ing from behind Comal Elementary School and place it on a plot of land next to the Old Churchill School on the Goodwin Primary The Danville School Building was moved to the Comal Elementary grounds in and was used as a classroom until The building has mostly been used as a storage facility The Conservation Society is asking the Comal school district to deed the land necessary to relocate the David president of the said the plan for the building after the move is to restore the struc ture and make it a historical tour as well as serve as the home of the New Brnunfcls Garden Club We will restore the building from the ground Hartmann We are planning to install central restore all the original There is a very old chalk board wed like to keep in its original as well as add some oldfashioned school Hartmann estimated the cost of the project at approxi mately none of which would be paid by When the school is moved the roof and the porches will be When the school is in place on a the roof and porches will be Al were asking of the school district is to get the land the Conservation Society and Garden Council are paying for the he Hartmann said the society is looking for enough land on which to fit the and which will meet city rcgula See Page 2A Mrs Ortega ends 19month truce Nicaragua AP President Daniel Ortega today ended his governments 19month truce with the citing con tinued rebel He threatened to cancel elections scheduled next year and accused President Bush of supporting terrorism in By suspending the Ortega has invited renewed military aid tp the fte made the announcement this morning au news conference that was broadcast live on a nationwide radio Qn the Sandinista leader stunned a svunmit of Western hemisphere when he wpld pi renew lie which the government has done Ortega was immediately con demned and world leaders express ed concern about his risking the painstaking peace prpcess in Cen tra America as well as Nicaragu as scheduled elections By going through with the he could trigger internation al condemnation and loss of sup port of Western European who have defied pressure and aided Nicaraguas leftist Sandinis ta Bush said Tuesday he would review polipy tpward Nicar agua if Ortega ends the Wj are waiting fpr that re said Adolfo in For our we have to defend Every man has the right to and we have to look for the way to In White House spokesman Marlin Fitzwater said Well consider the situa analyze the deter mine the appropriate but at this no decisions have been made one way or Asked if this might prompt the administration to seek renewed military aid for the Fit water We havent even con sidered We havent consid ered any except that we trying to preserve the cease CISD moving ahead with building plans Now that voters in the Comal Inde pendent School District have passed a million bond officials of the Comal ISD are moving ahead with their districtwide improvement Members of the building commit tee met Monday night following the regular board of trustees meeting to map out their tentative A special meeting of the school board has been set for on Tuesday to confer with financial advisor Floyd Westerman to make preparations for sale of the We will sell half of the bonds in December and the other half in March or said Bill CISD In the we will begin interviewing architects and looking at building The school district plans to build a new 800studcnt elementary school in the area of Highway 281 and Texas Highway Construction will cost approximately Pre liminary plans for the new elementary school will be drawn after district officials meet with the staff to deter mine the exact needs on the new The process of drawing the plans and specifications will take about five See Page 2A   

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