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Kerrville Daily Times (Newspaper) - April 10, 1990, Kerrville, Texas Exercise your right to vote Toda Imlig vol 82 no 9 Kerrville Texas tuesday april 10 1990 a scorecard error proved the undoing of the Tivy Antlers in the opening round of the District 284a Golf tournament on monday Story on Page 1b in Brief Nasa scrubs shuttle launch Cape canaveral Fla a Nasa scrubbed the launch of discovery with the billion Hubble space Telescope today when a problem developed four minutes before liftoff in a unit that supplies Power to the shuttles Wing and Tail surfaces Nasa quickly decided to wait at least until thursday before try ing again said launch commentator George Diller Texas voters pick candidates Austin Texas Apas voters went to the polls in healthy numbers today the two Comba Tive candidates for the democratic gubernatorial nomination were pledging to work for the party in november win or lose in a Democrat and in go ing to support the entire demo cratic ticket top to at Torney general Jim maalox promised if Jim Mattox is the nominee licked Richards the Winner advances to the general election to face oilman rancher Clayton Williams who claimed the gop nomination last month with an overwhelming 61 percent of the Vole planes collide Gadsden Ala a a commuter Jet with seven people aboard landed safely at Gadsden municipal Airport after a Colli Sion with a smaller plane that killed two other people authorities said the Atlantic Southeast air lines Jet was in route to Atlanta when the crash with a single engine Cessna 172 skyhawk occurred monday m going to be a supporter of the said state treasurer Ann Index Ann Bible verse go ahead Prate the lord he to worthy of our Prate through a time and a Telly to name rain a tatter 2a mondays High 73 overnight Low 63 in Tivy boosters plan Field improvements by Eric Zarate times staff writer High school footballers could begin fall workouts on a More level footing after the athletic Booster club announced plans to level the practice held at a Cost of Booster club president Mclvin Johnson and Ashley Bracken president elect presented blueprints of the project to Kerrville school District trustees monday night in their regular monthly meeting the current full size practice held behind the Antler stadium Field House runs parallel with York town Boulevard the blueprint shows the West end of the Field is approximately six feet higher than East end Bracken said the grading part of the project Calls for excavation and leveling of the West end of the Field Bracken adds the excavated dirt will then be used to level the cast end of the Field he said existing topsoil will be removed and reused As a Hydro mulch across the Field Bracken said the 450member Booster club raised the Money for the project through memberships and conces Sion stand sales Bracken adds because the proposal was not included As an action item for Mon Days meeting trustees could not take a vote the boosters had hoped to begin he project by april 23 with a four week completion time Bracken said trustee president or Rick Schneider liked what he saw but said the Board could not make a Deci Sion monday we can either vote on it at next months meeting or we could pos Sibly Call a special Schneider said unfortunately theres just nothing we can do tonight while Bracken is hopeful for an answer before kids May 14 regu Lar meeting he realizes the project May be delayed we can reschedule the dirt work but we cant adjust the growing sea Bracken said Well do the Best we can anything is better than what weve got also monday Nimitz elementary was recognized by the Texas Educa Tion Agency for achieving a 90per cent Mastery of All its students in this years Texas educational assess ment of minimum skills testing after the executive session trus tees accepted resignations from Eli Zabeth Hodges choir director at Tivy High school Gail Moore first Grade teacher at Starkey and Karla a language teacher at Tom Daniels elementary 16 poles 25 cents time photo by Eric Zine Melvin Johnson Ashley Bracken blueprints to school Board questions remain about sick loan earnings from fundraiser unannounced by Eric Zarate Carrville Whie the pc lice Field at Antler stadium May soon be upgraded questions remain on a Twoy Earold Field House improvement loan consigned by the school improvement committee sick and the Kerr vice school District last August sick was granted a oneyear Extension by first National Bank of Kerrville on the Origi Nal three year note for sick still owes on the loan that financed the Field House improvements sick is not affiliated with the athletic Booster club at Tivy High school the next loan payment is due july 1 another pay ment is due july 1991 with the final payable in july 1992 follies in Sims major fun Draiser for the 198990 school year was held feb 1517 but reports of earnings have yet to be announced sick treasurer Jim Bobbitt said last week he stir needed to meet with other Board members to act Ermine the final count id rather sit Down with the other Board members and discuss it with them Bobbin said we did about the same As we did the last two years at monday nights kids Board meeting or Rick Schneider trustee president said he expects sick Shreiner will Honor two alumni Don Mcclintock assistant superintendent for business affairs said sick has made Money this year although he was not positive the full payment will be met will make its report when All pay ments have been made and received vice president Billie Davis said she had discussed Sims status with other sick members last week i think what there wailing for is payments for All the ads in the follies Davis said some of the advertisers have Home offices out town those ads take a Little longer to be Don Mcclintock assistant superintendent for business affairs said sick has made Money this year although he was not positive the full payment will be met sick will be Able to pay some thing in sure of Mcclintock said new kids superintendent Allen Brown also attended mondays school Board meeting and said he was aware of the sick loan it exists i know it Brown said id really have to look at it More before i could comment further on it tunes photo by Ken Schmidi medics attend to Miller at the scene was injured but suffered mostly cuts and bruises woman bicyclist injured when hit by car Kerrville a Kerrville woman is in stable and Alert condition this morning at Sid Peterson me Morial Hospital after being struck by a car while she was Riding a bicycle monday along Texas 16 South approximately one mile South of River Hill blvd Carol to Miller 50 of 537b san Bend was hit by a 1978 Mercedes driven by Braxton Dolce 16 of 1219 Virginia or Miller and a Friend were Riding South on Texas 16 at approximate i when she was struck a report from the depart ment of Public safety said Dolce was adjusting the radio in the car when it drifted to the right and struck Millers bicycle the re port said Miller was thrown approximately 30 feet and landed in a Concrete Gul Ley Dps sgt Charles scale said its a Good thing she was wearing a helmet scale said it could have saved her Millers Friend Sarah Maui in of 145 Forest Circle was unhurt in the incident As was Dolce scale said the investigation of the wreck is continuing House suspension upheld Tennis court funds pledged courts to be built on the Ingram Tom Moore Campus Kerrville a longtime Ker Reviue civic Leader and a Texas rail Road commissioner will be honoured As distinguished alumni of Schreiner College on april 26 Charles h Johnston Schreiner class of 1932 and James e Nugent class of 1941 will be recognized with a banquet on Campus that Fea lures a keynote address by Texas supreme court Justice Jack Hightower the banquet will precede Schreinert Homecoming weekend april 27 29 Joh Ruiton who has served on Sev eral citizens committees helping to plan future was for nearly 30 Yean associated the Peterson Auk company he began working for the car Dealership at the Comer of Sidney Baker and water Street in the Early 1940s except for a stint in the Navy in world War ii he operated and eventually owned the company until 1973 Johnston is an Active Lay Leader of the first presbyterian Church a member and former chairman of Lite Schreiner Board of trustees and a member and former chairman of the Hal and Charlie Peterson foundation Johnston while at Schreiner Johnston was Active on the football upon he played while earning hit Bache Lor s degree from the University of Texas Johnston and his wife Josephine have one daughter Elizabeth Nugent began his career in Public service nearly 20 years As a state legislator and a decade As a Texas Railroad commissioners As Kerr county attorney in the Early 1950s while representing Kerr and Sev eral Oiler Hill country counties in the Texas legislature Nugent helped pass the slates first code fur elected officials a comprehensive Texas penal code and a statewide Highway improvement Bills lie was appointed to the Texas Nugent Railroad commission in 1979 and voters resumed him to thai Post in 1980 As a Railroad commissioner Nugent has been a spokesman for Texas in National and International debates on natural Gas supplies during his years at Schreiner he played in the band and symphony he served As a naval aviator during world War 11 he went on to earn an engineering degree from the University of Texas and Ihnn a Law degree Nugent and his wife Billie have two children Nan and skip Mig Hower Lite keynote speaker has served As a stale representative a stale senator a representative assistant Ai Lorincy general and Texas Supi cinc court Justice by Michael Bowlin times staff writer Ingram Ingram trustees up held a 30day suspension of Warrior basketball standout Troy House in a special session before the regular school Board meeting monday night see Story on Page in other Agenda items included a proposal to build Community Tennis courts on school District property Cathy Oehler Board member of Tennis activity creates excellence told trustees of receiving a pledge from the Turner foundation of Houston for construction of up to six Tennis Moore Campus a Matching to will come from private donations Oehler said the courts will be for the school As Well As for the Oeh Ler said noting that the Turner foundation stressed that inc courts must be open to the Community Ingram school superintendent Carol Moffelt said she thought the proposal is great the Board will be meeting soon to develop a site plan and develop the Moffet said tuesday continued on Page 2a Speed lab haul estimated at million by Law officers Gar yen store a me Ham Phoumine Laboratory and More than million of the illegal drug were discovered sunday about 10 North of Here by a stale game War Den making his rounds for the Sun of Turkey season More than 200 Grams of the finished product commonly called Speed were found Laid Charles Derrick an investigator with inc Del Rio office of the department of Public safety enough additional Ruethain Pocta nine in various stages of Piu Duc Liui was found to y us another 50 pounds of inc Derrick added i Jim Harvey commander of the 216lh narcotics task Force Esti mates inc Street value of Complete haul at thais based on per he said Harvey group assisted in the seizure Hardy Hugo 47 whose Home town has not been determined was arrested at the scene Derrick said hut to was being held in inc Edwards county jail this morning a Jailer said Warren Guthrie a 26year game continued on Page 2a

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