New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 26, 1997

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 26, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 26, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas WEDNESDAY New Braunfels Grow turns in fastest 400 meters in state. See Page 1B SO CENTS Herat id d'-•/>?/ i i * 16psg*ein IWO nactiooeB WtxlftfKKlay March 26. 1907 St* wig Com*I (/xxity and surrounding area* tor mom tosh 14'* yuom ■ Horror of Milt garrison Vol 14S, No 06 ; wi    t    n    *    Miw    w» Edson* ixponp.,, Comics HtmMtf ** f'wwwii* Marks! Plies    4B8B Daar Abby  ............... 3A 4A IB 28 3B lin HgrakkZgttungt The Ntw Braunfels Herald• Zelnmg amends birthday withe* to' DsftMnrii lilly Mmmm —------as---•— was vwni| i mmwmm irrawji ▼▼ ii* SH Ai a*.    -    lf    I Mio ncnMHiMr # f win) ▼ mmrrrm, Wrl^K, Toffy Camaka, Canon (Mysore old), Marl Happy anniversary withe* so to. UsaSMHUMN renndB l&itvluteit viOTTfj Mio Miiiiri rnit (Inu. 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PMar and Paul invites the community to a Good Friday Communion Service at 12:15 pm Friday The subject will be "The Seven Leat Words of Christ" Clergy from various churches will participate City offices wM be closed Friday in observance of New Braunfels Founders Day How ■ ever, there will be regular garbage and recycling collection For further information or assistance, please call BOB-2140 from 8 a hi to 5 p m on any business day During week anda or hoSdeyi, please leave a massage on the recorder and a city representative wM return the call during regular busine** hours, CtOO sprint bra** The Comal Independent School District wM be on spring break from Monday to April 4 Schools and the central admin let/alive offices will be closed They WM reopen at their normal times April 7, Personnel will tai available at tim CISD central office from 9 a rn to noon week days for Board of Trustee wine Bon matters Astor Day oelelifstlon at Land* Par* An Arbor Day celebration will be at 2 p m Tuesday near the playground in landa Park, at the corner of Fredericksburg Road and Playground Drive Ha sponsored by the New Braun leis Garden Club Advisory Board The public is invited to attend this planting of a new tree In the landa Park Arbor* turn, Appearances change at Delgado trial By ABC LCVY Staff Writ** Walking into the courtroom tim morning minu* hi* moustache and wearing gluten, l>i*trul Attorney !)tb Waldrip continued questioning the manager of a downtown credit shire about a robbery three month* ago leucine Medrano, manager of family ( redtl Service, 271 W San Antonio St, told Waldrip he appeared different, to which the district attorney replied, "It'* pretty easy for an individual to change their appearance ” Robert Delgado, 42, of C un verse who is accused of ochery, pul on the articles of clothing that witnesses said lite alleged robber was wearing at die time of the incident Die district attorney asked him to hold the alleged handgun and box and say, "Hive me all ytrur money M Medrano, choking back tears, said the alleged robber used more empliasi* and direaiening gestures when he mack* tile statement. felicia Homos a lr*ail desk casinet al the credit store also testified as to tile validity of the articles used during the mbbcry She also identified Delgado* voice as that of the armed robber Hie prosecution is expected to rest its case sometime today I lie defense will then begin its portion of die proceeding* (Hi I ne twiny, stressing slur (cared for lief life ara! otfiers in tile roam, Medrano gave an emotional account of die incident during tile second day ut the mal Site testified dial a man dressed completely iii black entered lief store tile morning cif Dec 20, IVOO alai stunned to lier ara! two clerks to give him motley while pointing a handgun ai them “I thought he was going to shoot me,” she said with ujijKtrrnl difficulty “He was telling me to get down, I thought lie was going to hit me because lie kepi saying lo get down Ills voice sounded like he was getting more irritated and I thought he was going to hit me across die head/’ Star said die assailant walked in with a box and appeared to be a perfume salesman He (lien pulled a handgun ink of lire box, which la? threw onto Ila? counter in front of two store clerks, site said While pointing die gun al diem (rom a close range, he began filling Ila: (mix with money ami also blok one of the clerks' purses, site said Look, up in the sky Oaf MSI    pfvHn    I    rf    Mm.IimH    hmiiim    m Bot rn* Park. Hare thou kHo* wore Barway Burton and Linda OsMar Iaka advantage al the coot and windy weather Tusadsy to tty kits* al Prtnca about to ooNlds with orts another Today'* forecast ostia for iwcreaaad cloudtnsa# with a 20 par cant c banca of rain with bigha In tbs 60s and a low In tha lowsr SOS Winds will blow from tbs nodbsaat at 10 to IS mob nrw rf f ae MSI ms^www    *r re redrew aa pm aaa*# aa we war r r re re • rear aa rewwi aaa » re ame e we wewgpee* CISD will use former committee’s size limits to plan growth By DUMM DZIUK Blaff Writ** After much discussion, die Long Range Planning < ommiitcc (or the f ontal Independent School District decided to use lite st bool size maxi mum cslabhslied fry previous commit tee* a* a guide for determining how br deal with protected growth iii die district The committee's primary focus I uckday night wa* to determine whedter br cor wider building new fat ii Hie* or incrcttke school size* and expand existing scluiol* I lie two pit viny* lung range planning committees established HUO as die maximum enroll inenl for elementary and middle sc Im mis alai I,MHI ha die high st (tools Hic committee heard comment* from principal* al several campuses regarding die optimal si Im a ii size arui die el fee Is of overcrowding PnraqMls (nan primary oral elementary < uiupus es said small to medium school* were optimal, provided die campuses hail ai (equate core facilltie*, such as rest rooms Principals al lite two high school* said dial allhough problem* wimid increase in piofiortion lo enroll merit, dr large schools were manage aide ll adequate facilities weir avail able "T lie UM ae people you pa* k inside a building, die more problems you're going lo have," < an yon High S< bool Prim ipal Will Kncg mid die commit tee “Rigid now, dr trowel tomb lions cause linac problem* I lion any dung else " Parent Jan Hctkcndorn said she Early voting for Tejeda seat begins Thursday By Offutt DZIUK blaff Writer f AHI Y VOTING IHI OHM A HON Resident* iii dr IJ S < ongrcssional Distr (cl 2H can begin hearting bi dr polls Thursday bi voice their choice regarding which of the two remaining candidate* sin raid bv dr successor lo the lab; < ongrcssrnan I rank I cjeda Democrats ( im Rodriguez and Juan Holt* earned *pot» in dr runoff election by capturing the most vide* in die March IS special clee lion Rodriguez received 46 percent at die votes, lot lowed by Hobs with 26 percent I lr other I J candidate* on the ballot received less than IO percent each Hail* soul lr represent* (amity values lite US Congrenskjruii Dtotrint PH bant ■ Ktootioni April 12. 1997 ■ Barfy Voflngi Thursday through Ajxil Ii 199/ ■ Times and polling plooasi H a rn to 4 SO p rn , Monday fhrougli I richly, at tho U s I v ii Cr xii tty f a airt! t x xxAi * ar/ Room riOft No voting on Good F richly ■ Who ooh Votoi Vol or* nood to chock their votor rogis t/atk>n card* to determine if tfmy can Volo in thia social nioctior. hey uttered voters in fXOoifK.ts 8, 13,14,16,16,17,27, 28, 29 md SO Htn eligible to voteI in dun olm: taxi and wants bi retain dr |>m life scat in C ongress He said that if elected, his main goal wiMild lr lo improve local employment opportunities “Although Bexar ( ounty is u large C4Hirily, each ccainly Ila* lls own need* Wha! I w<Mild like lo do lot I Oma! ( ounty is ctralc pit* by bringing in Chip in with your lawn trimmings, See Page 4A. “I guess (the delis) were Um> slim because* lr said something like, 'I’m not kidding,'" sir said “He was point mg dr gun al (heir IxMly ai dnr face ” Ile then demanded money from Medrano who was sitting at In desk Mum! dr two i kris, talking to a customer on the (clep!tone, sir said Delgado is charged with aggravated mblrry, a firs! degree felony dial is punishable by a prnxni term of five to 90 years and an optional \ IU,(HUI fine After reviewing the original stale Turn toTrlsl Pug® 2A moved br ( ISI) because of die re* S4Miali|e size of lls st hoots Sir san) site did not waul in duld lost in dr crowd at school, ami wonted principal* to Im- able lo have personal interaction with sluikuls “Von can't do dial with one porn i pal, a couple of vice punt ipals and 4,IHM) student*," sin* said “ll s real uiqMHtani lo or as a patent dial these tem Ms ami lliesc prim (pals know my child" I urn to Growth Rags 2A CISD start date tops board agenda Calendar beginning Aug. 14 draws most support from staff By DCNI8C DZIUK “tuff Writer industry for a diverse r< onoiny,“ Solis sail! Rodriguez said Ills platform is lypi cady determined by feedback from constituents He said lr would like to err irnnr gains made in dr amu of Medicare ami Sin ml Security, and wauls lo In-responsive bi (mu! concerns “I liave been a legislator ha IO years abd you will hnd I've bren very rrsjNinsive," RiMlngmv said "I'm liop mg lo pick ti|» mi sour of dr issirs ibid « inn em New Ihaunlels ami < moat < oui ii y and Seguin " Turn lo Early, Raga 2A I lr ( or mil lmk|s*mkiil Si Im m ii I Us (net bourd ol trustees will consider duce ittlcmiur options Im die 1007 OH school year al lls meeting I bur*lay HuprriritrmViH Jerry Mag a said iIm* super intriHlrni's nae lid panel liegun working on a calendar in December, discussing dr val ions option* among diemselvc* and with oilier campus per souir I “Tlry are dr committee," Majoi said “Dry represent dr lolk* bom cacti campus " Major san! bual (halls were then voted <mi by dr |m isoiiim*I ami dr field was narrowed to two A ibm! calendal was also developed, incorporating corrinrnt* from lioard meitiMs, Ila business community and parents “It's basically a compromise Irtween die two,' Maj»M said ( ulcndar A, which received the imrsl staff votes, culls foi a stalling dab- of Aug 14, ami im hales a winter iMcuk iii I rliruaiy ami a s(Ning laeak iii April Hr calendar has 177 insiim I Ii ma I days, lour stall developineiU days and four workdays ( ah-nd.il < hasclttsscHi starting Aug IH, ami student* would not Im- given the winter break ll also has I ll instructional days, (oui stall ib-vrlop mm! days ami four workdays ( alcndai I) Im gins the sczineslei on Aug IK ami int hides Im»t11 Ila winb-i and spring breaks I lr thud < alerulai bas 174 inslruclitai days, seve n slall <krveloprnmt ‘lays amHijut woik d.iys Mu|o» s»ml lilt' le.it Iris and sh atm*: like having a spring and winter Irreal Ire aust* ii srrves as a "rcfresin I h said even wilii die lw<» breaks, sin drills will not lr going to sr bool any less days than students rn other district* "I very lardy gut** Hu- same liutnM ol days," Major said "It’s just wine we plate drill dial s ddh-ieni Hr local t« mr int industry and Ila* (neuter New Ibaunhls < bai iii n t»l ( omrtrrte have shown supjiorl Un jHisbing dr slaiting iLin lab! ha Im Hit local district* lo allow more bine for family vat alum* urn I ll**- summer work force Hr New Itiauuh Is Irtdepcn dent ScImmiI I fusil it I ajrjaovrtl lls tai endar in January, and delayed dr start of scbtm>I until Aug IM lf YOU ME GOING wi oil eitio iktertj ut iriisiiioi} morning Wfitjn / :kJ p rn IhixstJuy Whom Ublfic.l ArJrrtirtltitrttfMXi BuijdjBtl M ,H N BustnoBS 36 V - ;

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