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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 10, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Pancake recipes featured in today's Cuisine! - See ttliNMtlMMMlHMMNHNMNHHMHMHHMMBMaaHHMaHHMManaMMMMHMMMMNRiver conditionsFor news, advertising or subscription information, call 625-9144 (Metro) 606-0846 «016 ic MICROP VANDELL 22/99 ^^lishing DRS£. \v 18 pages in two sections 0 Wednesday, Aug. 10.1094 BW. 142, No. 104 Opinion...... Letters........ Sports Day Cuisine!.....IOO cfs .266 cfs By CRAIG HAMMETT    tim where we don’t have t ptat" -J Staff Writer    Yolanda H. Longoria bas fred hefo 11 years and has a bookkeeping bust-Six candidates, two incumbents and    ness in the city. She has served on se*- four challengers, will vie for seats on    etal community bonds and commis* the New Braunfels Independent School    sons and would like to add NBISD Board of Trustees this Saturday.    to the list. Sylvia |    A key issue Sanchez, candi-    for Longoria is ; drae in District I,    #    reducing    the doesn’t have to    I J    dropout rate and fear any chal-    L*    reducing    gang lenges, mainly    problems, because she is    ‘The    dropout running unop-    A    w . rate is a con- posed.    |H H cern,” she said. The two at- Hgggm    “I would like to large seats on the    t«nnh«i    i    see mote cduca- * board, however,    Pynwa”non“    lion to find out are being con-    how to keep the tested by five R|||P3p^MMt^ .    drop-out rate candidates. They I ll    l    down ” gathered last yflKir    K|A    Bob Raborn week at a forum    JE ^    has lived in New sponsored by the ^    ^    Braunfels since League of    1982 and has Women Voters    been a frequent to offer their    F ‘    follower of gov- background and    f    eminent issue! views.    Bespate    Velum U-aria He believes the Leo Chafin is    ^*ww"    board should rep- ^tha^ncumbem^    I 35Sa I resent the values tional teacher in the district, he believes his    fL experience is a    :|p key factor in his    Hp bid for re-elec-    * MI would like    ii to continue to be Tug Beshame part of the process sod the progress,” he said. Chafin stet several issues rat crucial including growth. "We’ve got to stay up with this,” he stet. Ted Gaskamp is the co-owner of Sohm Tool and Carbide and has lived in New Braunfels seven years, and has served on the board of directors of two compiles, He wants to ’’assist the brawl in feaetem educational oppy-Iunities.” He said he would like the district to focus ow loug-fwngeptf"1^1^ and orgs-niartion and "not be caught inaskua- ShSiMliitMngl The NewBraunfeb Herald-Zdtung extends the following birthday wishes lo; Lola Hana, Jason Rbefohwnder, Sherri Leos, Mike Medina (23rd!), Bela Bios, Gflbcrt Flores, Walace Johaaon, Lawrence Matykiewicz, EM Harte, Isabel Morris, Jean Petersen, Mirths Shields. 1004 Wodoo Quoon ontrlos sought Comal County high school freshmen, sophomores and juniors are invited to compete in the 1994 Comal County Rodeo Queen Contest. Contestants must be single and enrolled in either Comal County school district as of August, 1994. Information and entry forms will be available at New Braunfels, Canyon and Smithson Vslley High Schools. HWWtf-ZMwwDhoto bt JOHN HUSETH Richard Thorton of Ban Antonio la treated by New Braunfels EMS offldale at the 1200 block of E. San Antonio BL Tueaday after shearing a utility pot. Thornton was taken to McKenna Memorial Hospital wham ha was treated and released. Police said the sodden! wee a maut of aaoaaalva wats r on the road uarftmyodMi*ap**a»«wraviiBwimw »»<—wtwiw'n ■»*»■ to ms#! today The New Braunfels Business ft Professional Women’s Chib will meet today at the Holiday Inn, beginning at 6:45 pjn. Dinner will be served at 7 pm. followed by a program by Lizz Cut ney, District Director of BPW, titled "The Proactive Approach." For mom information, contact Elaine Wells at 625-2947 or Rdby Batling at 625-7511. Raborn also m&\ f*    believes in s ’’disciplined stu-aKpP    dent body in order to gain aceite    demic excel- M    lence.” He also BohRaham    says the state sometimes owes the district money sad needs to "own up and pay and help us out” Bette Offerman Spain is a former special education teacher and would like to use her experience as a teacher and parent to serve on the board. One of her key goals is to increase the parental involvement in the local ndwpir and encourage parents to vfefr the schools. She said growth in the district must also be addressed. "With growth comes crowding, overworked teachers and ftom that comes the discipline problems," she said Grand opening Mf of Jackpot AUSTIN (AP) — Scott Conner, ofHuffinan, claimed half of the $17.1 million jackpot ftom Saturday night’s Lotto Texas drawing, stale lottery officials announced today. Comer was one of two people to purchase tickets matching all six numbers drawn. So for, the second winner hasn’t come forward, said Keith Elkins, a lottery spokesman. Cornu! County Bonlorft to hoot doneo The Comal County Senior Citizens Center will have a dance on Sunday, Aug. 14 ftom 3 pin. to 6 p.m. featuring the band "Mixed Country." Line dance music will be included in a variety of selections. Everyone is welcome. Admission is S3 per person. A snack bar will be open. ll!nAm«La lamajiiMffiBk nmorw wniwi Council bans Styrofoam on rivers Rom staff reports    syrofoam products such as rafts, capa _ .    ...    coolers or any products that mate Don’t plat on tiring Styrofoam bra* up and litter to riven. products on either the Comal or Guadalupe rivers within the New The ban will not affect f Intel for Braunfels dry limits next summer, docks or items like minnow buckets. The New Braunfels City Council The Comal County Water Orient-Mortoay night unanimously approved ed Recreational District (WORD) the measure beginning Jan. 1,1995. already bans Styrofoam up to the dry The ban would prohibit the use of line. ii La    ---*-—- (...fcsafy/ I tJAai nmwotCmnung pnoD oy MRnR itun More than four inches of rain reported by some county residents yesterday By CRAIG HAMMETT    ”lhis    probably originated from the Gulf (of and TIO EASTWOOD    Mexico),    there has been some activity there Irate- Staff Writers    |yt gnmg moisture. It's finally picking up,” he said Comal County residents awoke to raindrops    Several areas of central arri south-central Texas Tuesday morning, ordinarily not an uncommon received record amounts. Austin had more rain, occurrence unless one considers the amount of over five inches, than on any August day in its tune ®noc raindrops last tel.    recorded history. Not since July 9 has any appreciable rainfall    HerokFZeitung weather-wstchers reported rain blessed the county. Many residents of New    in all ptnsofthe county Tuesday, and with the Braunfels recorded over four inches of rain lues- rain. cooter high temperatures. day, by far the larges total in newly three months    Myrtle Clark at G rue ne Meadows reported The National Weather Service office in New 4,50 inchc% of rain. Beldon Peters in Settler Braunfels reported only 1.56 inches, hut more was recorded I 31 inches, while Bullet Adams in seen in New Braunfels and other areas of the cranes Mill recorded only. IO inches, but added county.    this broke a 50-dsy dry spell. Only Adams report- Tom Deverof the NWS said Tuesday’s total cdg high temperature above 90 degrees, probably offered only s brief comfort from the    Law enforcement and emergency personnel fling record hew of this 1994 summer, but could    reported heavy street flooding in the city proper signal a change in trends    god numerous fender benders. One San Amo- The New Braunfels Historic Landmaric Commission will meet tomorrow at 1:30 a m. in meeting Boom C W the New Braunfels Municipal Building. Hvrakt-Friirxj photo by JOHN HOSETH Rains flooded tha HEB eoocar fields on Uva Oak 91. yeWarday.produolnp a river of waler near foe fields. Soma residents reported more than tour inches al rain during the day. mo imn rod his vehicle inbound on bttenteo-35* inch or more. Mow have begun or flntead cutting apparently began to hydroplane and tittered a com, and have baled wtet hay they could, telephone pole. The mac was treated and released    "There may bes little hay but what's left wM ftom McKenna Memorial Hoqjital.    mainly    be    for    grazing."    mid    Leoti    Dieted,    aas Pymffif and rgwfhfff fo the county welcomed Cottte Crawly resident    on    teg* the rain and would several more showers of sn stion near Frriheit Rd. This ngwapgper is printed on recycled ;