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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 26, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas BES1 BEST AVAILABLE COPY Readers sound off on election hunting Readers send in Letters to the Editor to express their opinions on the outcome of the recent election as well as to remind others about hunting See Page 4A Eastern Europe to top superpower summit WASHINGTON AP The stunning events in Eastern Europe arc expected to dominate jhcisummit in although President Bush and SoVict leader Mikhail Gorbachev also will be discussing arms trade and regional See Page 6A Bastrop eliminates New Braunfels again For the second consecutive Bastrop downed New Br to eliminate the Unicorns from post sr q I The Bears edged New Braun day night in handing the Uni Icfeat in 11 games this See Page 13A CISD beating odds keeping students tZ By MIKE CROUCH Staff Writei Comal Independent School District is Texas trend by posting a dropout rate for the 19881989 school The most recent dropout study which was completed in ihc 198719fe8 school year showed the state haaan annual dropout rale of The dropout rate for this year was determined by taking the a ratio of dropouls to total students in grades seven through CISD had 116 out of students drop out of school during a one year Carol CISD director of curri said the reason the dropout rate is so low is the The community and parents put a great deal of emphasis on education in this Hall We also have teachers who meet the needs of the We are also blessed with having a technology program that has the students working with Weve also been able to keep funding for our vocation which allows students who may not be head ing to college interested in high See Page 2A Through the front New Braunfels Police Officer John Villarreal talks to 86yearold Anselmo about an acci dent late Friday afternoon at his No one was injured in the mishap in which the vehicle Villarreal was driving jumped the curb and went through a fence and the front of the house before Photo by Desmond Bostick Protesters target shops X V f This morning will start out with patchy fog but that will give way later to partly cloudy and warm The high today will be nearMJO3degrccsrThe overnight low will be near 50 Monday will bemostly sunny with a high in the Trustees to eye bond issue sale IT OVER RIVER ANP THKOU6H THE 1958 United Feature Comal Independent School board of trustees will consider bids on the sale of million in bonds which were approved by voters in an Octob The bonds will be sold in incre ments of One half will be sold this year and the other half in Bids from buyers will be opened Monday afternoon before the board meeting at Smithson Val ley High The money from the bonds will be used construction of a new elementary school and rcroofing sev eral existing Trustees will also be taking action Monday to hire an architect and pro ceed with plans for the new CISD officials have solicited and received proposals from architectural firms that are interested in working with the board on the construction The board of trustees will also con See Page 3A By THElftSSOCIATED PRESS Animalrights activists marched past chic shops in Beverll New York City and at least a cities in between to protest fur sales on the opening day of the holiday shopping fur industry closely monitored protests on the FurFree It vigorously rebutted chargls of cruelty to animals and accused animalrights activiils of trying to deny consumers freedom of Bon host of thegame show The Price is Right led protesters in a march down New Yorks Fifth while about 150 demonstrators targeted 20 furriers in Beverly Hills ritzy shopping protesters filled a black coffin with abouj worth of and rabbit splasicd with red paint to symbolize An the Marc Wcsscls of said the furs once belonged to people who have since joined the animal righls M rather be naked than wear read a message on a floajohat protesters wearing skincolored leotards brought to ajdownlown Miami shopping ur fur shops were vandalized in Miami and Fort A spokeswoman for the Animals Rights Foundation of blamed the van dalism on furriers trying to make the protest groups look About 50 people dressed in mourning black marched in Group protests outside fur shop An unidentified group spent Saturday protesting outside the Jindo Fur store at the Mill Store Plaza in New The small group of protesters arrived Saturday morning and put on what was described as a peaceful demonstra tion against the They did not cause a problem and didnt disrupt any customer said Don Jindo store They left for a long lunch and you almost didnt know they were Kniche said that when the group the New Braunfcis police explained the protest could continue as long as the protesters respected private The protesters were not available for comment San Franciscos Union in the heart of the down town shopping Fur is dont buy they chanted as they wcavcd through crowds of Among other cities where antifur demonstrations took See Page 3A 29 shopping days to Christmas 1011A 69B 1016C A DEAR A TV Planes full Soviet weapons burn in El Salvador Time is running out to make reservations for Siegels presentation Comal County Eco nomy and Housing Market Tues day from to noon at the New Braunfels Civic The meeting is free but reservations required because seating is Call 6258061 for Siegel presented a similar report on the area economy in April 1986 and will present an timely and current The presentation will be a nuts and bolts report that will enable the citizens qf Comal County to be better infpfmed about our eco said Mike event and space are running so make yoitf PIEDRA El Salvador AP A plane carry ing missiles and other munitions presumably for leftist rebels crashed near this southeastern village Three crew members were fatally injured and a fourth apparently committed Salvadoran and military officals said the flight of the singleengine Cessna carrying mostly Soviet arms ori ginated in Nicaragua and that the was proof Nicar aguas Sandinista government smuggles weapons to El Salvadors A second plane also apparently on an arms smuggling mission was burned at a landing strip southeast of the capi tal San Both planes apparently ran out of rebels fired on a military helicopter carrying reporters to the site of one of the two planes and two fore ign cameramen were Colleagues said Hugo a camcrrnan for Cahle News and Alfredo Hernandez a reporter for the Mexican governmentradjo network were wounded when the guerrillas opened fire near 18 miles southeast of San The pilot land the helicopter at the Comala pa international airport and doctors at the Central Military Hospital in San Salvador said Burgos was in serious but stable condition and Hernandez suffered minor The Cessna was carrying 25 surfacetoair a Sovietdesigned antilank weapon and mortar It crashed ina soybean field just north of the town of El about 60 miles east of San The Salvadoranmilitary press office reported Saturday See Page 2A What the holiday be without the arwpaj boat Parade of Ugn at Canyon This sixth annual event will bp 9 sMuv ing 7 at the dam with the boat processjpn proceeding on engine power past all major pubjjc park at the Thp parade tyJH See Pege 3A Its beginning to Rick one of the Christmas Showcase strings lights around one of the Christmas trees set up in the Civic Center for this weekends Artists and craftsmen from across the state spent Friday getting ready to display their goods at the seventh annual sale which continues Photo by Desmond Bostick
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