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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 6, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Inside Market Place Ku Klux Klan rally tab put at By ABE LEVY Staff Writer The Afew Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends birthday wishes to Johnny Williams Colleen J Sanchez 12 James Pierce Claudia Palacio Alex Caballero 12 Juan G Martinez and Kenneth Roy Sei del belated 23 Happy 60th anniversary to Margaret and Dale Moore To have a birthday or anniver sary listed here call 6259744 Pollen Count Oak Hack Pecanr0 Elm0 Potten measured In parts per cubic meter rt air Readings taken yesterday Intormatton provided by Dr Frank River Information Comal River cubic feet per sec ond clown 3 from yesterday Edwards Aquifer Panther Canyon Well feet above sea level down 09 from yesterday Canyon Dam cfs Canyon Lake cfs Canyon take level feet above sea level Below conservation ACS Starlight Gala tickets on sale now Reservations are now being accepted for the fourth annual American Cancer Society Starlight Gala A Night in Gasablanca is the theme f6r this years Gala Mature casing gar music of the I auction wjlj add to the the winner of a years lease of a 1996 Chevrolet Tahoe will be announced ticket prices start at per couple The gala will be June 15 at the Civic Center For more infor mation call 6296153 or 606 4115 German Folk Dancers to hold garage sale i The New Braunfels German Folk Dancers will have a garage sale from 9 to 5 Saturday at i 018 Harf Drive Lake Village for information call 899 7Q42pr 8993672 Class of86 to gather New Brlunfels High School Class of 1986 wil meet Friday night at the Watering Hole from 1 to 4 Saturday at Landa Park and from to 10 Saturday at Tree Tops Iglesla Bethel to hold annual rummage sale The annual rummage sale to benefit Iglesia Bethel will be held from 8 am to 5 today and Friday and from 8 I to noon Saturday at 385 Grape St Reading program offered at library The Summer Reading Pro gram at the Dittlinger Memori al Library is here Kids ages 3 to 5 can come in for Storytime Tuesdays at 10 and pro j grams for schoolage kids are f Programs will run through j July 18 and they are all free 6Q3215Q for information This newspaper is printed on recyqied newsprint actual outofpocket costs are more uucuwireu uum Vi uur i than and could reach and extra time spent on media inquiries nesses had any JarnagftS to after all expenses are tallied In civic Outofpocket expenses include daPark Were cldsed Hiring overtime pay for the 111 police offi total cbst for the event will climb as numerous city employees who high as to in direct helped in clean up after event and and indirect costs street crews which set up barricades for so many eventualities Both sides for the rally most of whom Were rnifiihager City Manager Mike Shands said the Indirect costs include city planning did nothing to incite a riot Nobodys Klan protesters scores rise at NBISD By DEMISE DZIUK Staff Writer The results are in and adminis trators for the New Braunfels Inde pendent School District are pleased with the students performance on the Texas Assessment of Academ ic Skills test Karen Simpson NBISD execu tive director of education services said NBISD was the only district out of seven districts in the sur rounding area that had all 70s and 80s Were very pleased with said Simpson Its a real credit to our teachers and schools on how hard theyve been Dr Ellen Bell director of cur riculum said the scores are very impressive and efforts focusing on the TAAS test have paid off She said strategies for addressing the test include student study guides staff development special programs such as Reading Recovery and con Theres always room for improvement but were very pleased with these she said The TAAS test is a measure of student performance on a given day Grade 10 TAAS Scores Subject NBISD Texas Reading 80 Math Writing 1702 1685 Grades three five six and seven were scored for reading and math ematics and grades four eight and 10 exit level were scored for read ing mathematics and writing In spring 1996 the districts per cent of students meeting minimum expectations on the exit test grade 10 was 85 percent in reading 71 percent in Math and 89 percent in writing All of these scores were above the state average To help teachers improve their students scores the district will receive a report from the Texas Education Agency Bell said the report shows how each student question allowing teachers to see what areas need additional work Its kind of a blow by blow account Weve found that its very helpful in finding what items are giving students she said Alcohol suspected in Tuesdays fatal car crash By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer Department of Public Safety offi cers are still investigating the cause of a rollover accident on Highway 46 Tuesday afternoon that took the life of a San Antonio teenager DPS Trooper Ricky Alvarez said his office is waiting for the results from the DPS crime lab of blood alcohol tests on the driver Alcohol use is suspected but it is still being Alvarez said The accident occurred when a 1983 Chevrolet Suburban driven by Reginal Price 44 of 8801 Cinna mon Creek in San Antonio was going the wrong way eastbound on Highway 46 near the Smithson Val ley High School entrance DPS reports said According to the report Price approached a right curve and tried to oversteer it losing control of the vehicle The Suburban then flipped Spring Garden Show looks for entrants The Mens Garden Club is once again sponsoring the Annual Spring Garden Gardeners from Comal County are invited to enter the show There is no entry fee and anyone who gar dens vegetables or flowers is eligible to compete Divisions inclu4e Open Class anyone any age inj CJpmaj Cjoun ty and jwst abowt vegetable categojy there is Division H Fruits class open to anyone and any age and includes berries peaches plums apples peas persimmons and grapes Division IH Cut Flpwers class open to any age and includes type variety pr pwltivar pf flower grown here in Comal Coun ty Division IV Potted Plant open to any age and includes any potted plant that is presently grown and owned by the exhibitor Class V Childrens Garden all youngsters less than 19 years old are eligible to compete The show is set for Saturday at the Coma County Extension Office Entries will be received from 8 to 10 Judging will be from 10 to 11 Viewing and comments will be from 11 to If you are interested in exhibit ing in the show call the Extension Office at 603440 for more infor mation over many times struck a telephone pole on the side of the road and landed on the passenger side Pronounced dead at the scene was Michael Shane Carroll 15 of 8801 Cinnamon Creek in San Antonio His body was taken to Zoeller Funeral Home in New Braunfels Price and four other passengers were airlifted to San Antonio hospitals Price and 50yearold Patricia Schmid also of 8801 Cinnamon Creek in San Antonio were taken to University Hospital where they were treated and released for injuries on Tuesday Justin Poehls 11 and Christina Fulkes 12 both of 12450 Rebecca Creek Road and Robert Schmid 15 of 8801 Cinnamon Creek in San Antonio were taken to Wilford Hall Medical Center As of yesterday afternoon both Poehls and Fulkes were listed in fair but guarded con dition Schmids condition was list ed as stable Honoring the airmen Brian Osborn airman of the quarter Lance Waddy airman of the year New Braunfels Mayor Jan Kennedy and Ramon Braunfels Chamber of Commerce chare a moment at a reception Friday The Chamber of Commerce and Randolph Air Force Base personnel Joined together in present ing Osborn and Waddy with their awards The awards are chosen by a select group of leaders at Randolph Alrforce base Making sure kids are safe in day care is up to the parents Opinion Page 4
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