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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 24, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Track qualifying Saturday, Page 9A / Abortion bill pending, Page SA New Braunfels A New Braunfels. Texas One Section, 16 Pages Vol. 134, No. 80 Friday April 24, 1987 25 Cents The a sh the tuff I'V Cm lf ! «»nt Mi *y advisor Tora •tied I Uh lith into th*' top W*UT lief Of*!* I It*.*m \ uKei the *■» ut es id 11« 11* (HitOI IOU' ark ,ind vin ne photo mas the M »»rH* as ^ell as full it the effect is worth going I he tut**' tining <*ru<*nt' et i ni&smit are bright Jeep end so to up sn the drink V a* might add oreM «*nt tut**' are TJssing and tittie what then are in Johnny bo good tonight x Former football player turned actor Tom Rossovich walks into Keno s store during the filming of "Johnny Be Good " The film features the front of the uniquely Texan store as a backdrop to one of its scenes. Actor Anthony Michael Hall stars in the film directed by Bud Smith During the film Hall buys kegs of beer at the store The Na tional Football League's Pete Coch also stars in the scene The gas pumps in front of Keno's were built by the film crew especial ly tor the scene (Photo by Deryl Clark) NBISDofficialsworried about school finance formula debate B, SAK AH DUKE StaM W r itrf I m al m hoot oftii'tai?' an* keeping .1 'harp eye on tin* lex a* legislature as it wrt-MU*' with potential funding * ut ti an «*?fort til balant, e the st ate budget It iitn-'fi ' It lek good for the home team >aid \t>ei t umpos I onial Isl* bu' ness manager about the (man i .ii future of Im a1 whuol districts Me Mini the Comal m to•• »l (listriel 'tan*!' to lose a substantial amount ot date funding u*v a us** of a combination of factors including an . >\i « m Uh al property values as estimated bv the State lax Property hoard New Braunfels ISP officials are concerned that a tumor at the t aprtol may become reality and for* «* Im a1 m Imi districts to UM* their financial reserves before • tailing state f uiuls U that happened I amnic fart ' MUND'- assistant superintendent for finance said NHIM* could lose the $2 4 million the 'th p could IHS,* the 12 4 million tile > ig ti reserves That would last u* district i ban th re the tri llionths he said -lf f as alit-ut *t > in reserves i amj** so 1 mum;, ss umM in se pl end cr to meet payroll wh e sv bool district is waiting for patrons to pay taxes David spot gin assistant commissioner for the texas I*.dis at ion Xgefn y saiil flu* proposal to force Im a1 school 'hstrnts to us* their reserve funds is just all talk at this point hut could become real cast an**\etfiat wav not over a ‘Great Texas Trash Off ’ set for Saturday Highway department officials say event could be largest volunteer cleanup ever Iwxal volunteers will be trying to earn a spot in the nuttiness Rook of World fiei'ords as they join in the Great Texas Trash Off Saturday The local move to clean up the Guadalupe Kiver New Braunfels and the Canyon Lake area could turn in to the largest volunteer i leanup et fort in history according to the Texas Department of Highways and Public Transportation officials Betty Wall' Comal County's keep Texas Beautiful chairman is busy organizing the two Adopt a Highway groups in New Braunfels ''he said this is an exciting time for the keep Ie *s Beautiful program and local organizations are playing a key role in 'tatewide events Their success will fie at least partly a reflection of how effectively we are able to recruit volunteers and chan nel their energie' she said The Canyon Lake Kepuhiican Women the first group to join the Adopt A Highway program, have adopted a two mile stretch on Texas near < 'ancon Dam The New Braunfels Rotary In teract Club is the first youth group in the county to commit to cleaning a stretch of highway The group will be cleaning two mile' from Texas 4k at VV alout Avenue north to River Road I* riends for River' adopted the en tire length of River Road from New Braunfels to Saltier The organza bons will be out Saturday to par ticipate in the Great Texas Trash Off Walls is sending a special request to people interested in the River Road area "Since it is not a part of the state s program we need your help she said I need someone See CLEANUP Page 2 DPS will transport blood between San Antonio, McKenna ity Die Legislation has ii to redux e 'tat** aid but See SC HOOL S Paq* 3 Judge tells schools to go to Legislature Al ST1N VR \ bitter 2 month iourt battle over distribution of 'tate funds to public school' has ended with property i>«*nr districts tieing advised to take their pleas to the Legislate* Attorneys for the pm»r districts urged Mate District Judge Harley Clark to order the state to take some sc bool aid away from wealthy districts and give it to the poor » lark 'aul he would announce his decision Wednesday Assistant Attorney <, oner a I Kevin <> Hanlon told the judge t hursday that Hie Legislature has determined that the average basic allotment of 'tat** funds should tie about y_* moo pei student lf some districts do not get all the >2 *♦*>*• it is fiecause they have not developed local tax sources to maximize th* tate moues available he said This court cannot Set JUDGE Paq* 3 B v DAVID MAY Stat! Writer For Hannelore Brot/** and Mc Ken na Memorial Hospital all s well that ends well The hospital ha' made ar rangements with the Texas liepart ment of Public Safety to handle emergency transfers of blood bet ween Hi*- facility and San Antonio Brot/** owns and operates Comal I ax I and Delivery Service and ha' for seven years been on call 24 hour' a day to transfer blood and spec mien samples often in an emergency situation (or the hospital She continued the service until she received a speeding ticket in Selma during an emergency run in which a man was in a critical situation in the hospital ' emergency room and th* facility s surplus blood had been us ed lh** man died at the hospital though not be* a use of Brot/e s dela* w itll the ticket Brot/e appeared before Selma municipal Judge Roy Stroud with a ■ etter Ham ho'pitui lab superv ism \lauro La iv a explaining t tit* en cur.'latices but Stroud found Brot/* guilty and ordered lier to undertake an eight hour defensive driving course whi VV cd ne sd av mplete Brot/** who had previously driven a school bus fat tutti lo* al st bani districts and claims to have not received a traffic ticket in mort than Jo years received her ticket March I At that tim** Hie voiced concerns about continuing emergency ut' for the hospital if the runs were going to adversely affect her business and driving record We can t give any on** perm >sion to speed tail we can do IL** next t>est thing we will handle ii said DPS patrol supervisor J H Holder When the hospital has such an emergency it will now contact DPS who in turn will dispatch a highway patrol unit in san Antonio to the blood bank there The unit will deliver the blood if not all the way then to some point wher** it would tie transferred to another DPS urn' and delivered to the hospital Comal County Sheriff Wafter F aller' said thai ie* aus* ti a «« ► manpower his department could intl commit to handling such deliveries r ellers did offer to relay information that an emergency existed and that a See BLOOD Page 2 he rn < enter i 'al** today i promise^ bargains in clothing h pilar es and a wide v, household g***»<i' Du center will hold a vain class at ti a iii for p< i ap ill IV *‘ an st through md light * let V of alay the or training i* who have • ho t an • The sos I*.**m hour k' will t*e •ml Jackson Vudltorium in Seguin will tx* the 'it** of a Barbet shop Show Se* ST AMM I IS* H Page J Partly cloudy    'kit*'    and temp* I atm* ' in the mid mo s will prevail today with light easterly winds ami a 2o i*ei tflit chain** ol isolated spr ragtime showers generally to th* west Tonight will Im* lair and un 1*1 witll temps T he Menu CLASSIFIED.......ti    16 COMICS.................8 CROSSWORD    ........7 DF AR ABBY..........J RELIGOUS FOCUS_____ 6 SPORTS...............9,10 Legs! New Braunfels High School sponsored a Mr cegs contest to benefit the Battered Won en s Shelter Thursday Students paid 50 cents to wat( h it guys flaunt their linos on stage Atter they walked across individually (and supposedly anonymous-iy) they returned en masse to remind the judges of their existed* e Legs were judged on presentation showmanship appearance design and creativity and audience appeal Number 10 Peter Garza was first place winner (with garter) Scott Brothe Number 14 won second and Brett Stahl Number 4 won third No the rolling stand s legs didn't win (Photo by Leslie Knewaidt) Stammtisch ;