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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 16, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 12B 4120 The New Braunfels Herald Zeltunfl extendg the following birthday wishes to Virginia Bfooto Miinfl MMtlfMttf Elwte Krlttto Thompson 01 A Qtonrt Tlittny iMffy MOlllMi SMMl Afotettt 8 yMTt oW NataM Qllbmt AlvMtt 88 wars Billy Ford Molina Dtbbto f andlay Kim Cloud Ambar Thlgpan Scott Owana 8 yaara Taylor Wataon 4 yaara Juan E Oiuna Happy anniversary wishes go to Kan and Lorralna hamar 48 Edwin and Barbara Pralaa 34 Domingo and Maria Martlnaz STyaara Wayna and Bavarly Hoffman Dlann and Ruaaall Allan 13 Oanava and David Qlaaa To have a birthday or anniver sary listed hero call 6259144 FWngforCISDBoflnl three remain In the filing period fdr three seats on the Contel independent District board of trustees The CISD board of trustees consists of one representative from each of the seven geo graphical singlemember dis tricts within the school district The three seats that will be up for election are districts 1 2 and 5 Currently Lee Ikels represents Districtl Dan Krueger repre sents District 2 and Derald LaRue represents District 5 To file for a place on the ballot pptential candidates must be a registered voter and must have lived singlemember dis trict for at least six months Indi vldUals Interested In filing for a can determine their fobkfng at their voter reg istration card The card will have CIS followed by a number on the right hand side The num ber represents the singlemem ber district In which they live Anyone still wanting to file for one of the three seats has until 5 Wednesday to turn in a completed and notarized pack et The information that is requested in the packet Includes the individuals name address telephone number occupation and date of birth The campaign treasurer will also need to be the form Packets can be obtained from the CISD central office 1421 North Business 35 Early voting for the board of trustees election will run from AprtM 4 through 29 Visitor votantajwrp reacted The Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce needs volunteers for the new Highway Visitor Center scheduled toopen In midMay The Chamber cur rently has a great volunteer core but new volunteers are needed to staff the center Anyone inter ested can call Lyndi Moon at the Chamber office 6252385 Comal Independent School district is seeking volunteers to tielp with Its long Range Planning Committee those Interested can call 8857674 or ext 203 LRPC meet Ings are March 25 at Mountain Valley Elementary April 8 at Qomal Elementary April 22 at Smlthson Valley Middle School and May 6 at Fraler Elementary Branch Hermann gone iodge No 127 will meet at topy at the Buiyerde Cpmunlty Center A meal will be furnished by Nelson Yarns Mae Kohlenberg and Mrs Qi rmen RJttlmann Birthday New Braunfels 110 0V l V r YAIIMI DI ix 79os SUNDAY 26 pages In two sections Sunday March Serving the Comal County area formore than 145 years Home of MOM Mclwtts Vol 145 No 88 Race headed for runoff HOW COMAL COUNTY VOTED Rodriguez Solis top votegetters in District 28 special election Staff and wire reports SAN ANTONIO A state repre sentative and a former San Antonio city councilman will meet in a runoff election to decide the successor to the congressional scat of the late Frank Tcjeda Rep Giro Rodriguez and Juan Solis both Democrats defeated 13 other candidates in a special election Satur day to advance The runoff will likely be held April 12 or April 19 With 100 percent of the precincts reporting Rodriguez captured 46 per cent or votes Solis followed with 26 percent or votes Turn to Runoff Page 2A Mark Cucio 13 votes percent Lowell Blair 6 votes percent John P Kelly 12 votes percent Narclso V Mondozn 4 votes percent Joso Julian De La Rocha 2 votes 57 percent Dwnoenrtii Michael Iclrogo 0 Mike G Paclwco 2 votes 57 percent Giro D Rodriguez 100 votes percent Lnuro A Buslamanlo 8 votes percent Juan F Solia III 515 votes percent Phil Rosn 2 votos 57 percent John A Drew Traogor 52 votos percent Carlos I Uresli 5 voles percent Patric A Mason 0 Independent Robert Cantu 1 vole 29 percent Bubba brings home the bacon HoraldZollung photo by Michael Oarnall Brandl and Marvin and Marge Ohtonbuach of Alamo Crane Co stand next to the Grand Champion Steer Henks purchaeed for at the Comal County Junior Livestock Snow on Saturday nets worth of tuition By ABE LEW Staff Writer Brandi Henks work throughout this past year paid off Friday night as her pound steer won Grand Champion at the Comal County Junior Livestock Show Asso ciation Henk 16 who won her fourth major award in livestock showing with the victory said she was excited to gain the top prize Henks steer sold for in Saturdays auction to Alamo Crane Service I learned a lot of she said Im excited about the money and plan to go to college with Henks steer was one of 97 oth er entries in the fourday event I know its going to be real hard to see burn go but I dont know when I see the pay check itll be she said Derrell Dudley president of the show said this years event would not have been possible without the support of volunteers and the entire community Its a tough show and is probably the biggest in the state of said Dudley whose association includes about 138 vol unteer families The showmanship is extremely deep Its never about animals though Its about kids and their relation ships with their Goats were a popular entry this year with 114 of the 600 overall entries Organizers saidthey wore glad to pro vide youth an opportunity to learn respon sibility in taking care of their animals through this competition Last years sale raised a total of which was spread out to the various youth who entered said Ton percent of the donations is retained by the organizers to help pay for administration Organizers assigned points according to the ribbon a youth wins The more the point total the greater the amount of money a youth received organizers said A party will be given for people who make a purchase of or more Trustees to consider afterschool program By DEMISE DZIUK Staff Writer The New Braunfels Indepen dent School District board of trustees will discuss and possibly approve an extendedday school program Tuesdays regular meet ing In January the board was pre sented survey results that showed parents wanted an after Bchool program for their children The surveys were sent home with students in prekindergarten through the fifth grade Of the 636 surveys returned 80 percent said there was a need for after school programs Of that 80 per cent 56 percent said they would participate in the program and 32 percent said they currently do not use any type of child care afler school In addition to the need for an afler school program the survey also revealed other parent con cerns The top concern with 43 percent was that the program assist in academics The next two concerns were that the program involve qualified and trained supervision and planned activi ties When we did that survey ear lier parents indicated there was Turn to NBISD Page 2A If youre going Who New Braunfels Inde pendent School District board of trustees When Tuesday Time 7 Where Education Center Board Room 430 W Mill St Kotylo McDonald throw hats into District 4 ring Retirement activity director seeks Council seat By ABE LEVY Staff Writer Jan Kotylo a retirement activity direc tor filed Friday for the District 4 City Council position that voters will decide on May 8 The council spot will be vacated by two term council member and former Mayor Paul Fraser Wednesday is the deadline to file for 3 arid 4 Kotylo 57 works at Viflta Village Retire ment Center and moved to New Braunfels from Houston Id years ago with her hus band Bill president of Standard Casual ty CQ in New Breunfela Originally from dan Antonio Kotylo said she to contribute to the qualify of life in New Braunfela that others have made Jan Kotylo Afler moving her 16 years ago with my hus band I always said I thought I had died and gone to New she said As a child liv ing in San Antonio and making frequent trips here I have our city grow into a pro gressive yet serene desirable place to Kotylo who lives in Qruene at 1840 Peb ble Brook Drive said she also is an advo cate for senior citizens issues crime pre vention measures and protection of local heritage in light of increasing growth She is a member of First Baptist Church Turn to Kotylo Page3A Electronics store manger files for Council spot By ABE LEVY Staff Writer Russell McDonald a manager of a local electronics store filed Friday for the Dis trict 4 City Council position that is up for election May 3 The seat will bo vacated by twoterm council member and former mayor 1aul Fraser Wednesday is the last day to file for the two open spots on the council dis tricts 3 and 4 McDonald an electronics appliance ser vice manager for ColorTyme also serves on the citys Zoning Board of Adjustment and is the former chairman of the Safe City Commission McDonald who lives at 1352 Poppy Lane is also a member of the Now liraun fels Jaycees New Braunfels Church of Ali drops but Clirirtt American Quarter Horse Associ ation and tho Comal County Fair Associa tion Afler growing up in Odessa McDonald moved to Now Bruun folH in 1989 from Austin tiller serving in the military for about nine years Ho was in tho Navy us a firstclass pet ty officer working with submarines and the Army National Guard us a stuff sergeant McDonald 39 said his priority will be to establish honesty and openness in decision Turn to McDonald Page3A Russell McDonald n See
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