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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 13, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas October 'students of month' honored Herald-Zeitung Ne* Braunfels Texas Friday November 13 Page 5A Canyon Middle Sch<xd “Students of the Month” for October were honored Friday with a breakfast in tile calctcria, to which their parents were invited "Students from each arca are selcted on tire basis of attitude, cill /enshipand academic achievement,” said Roy I innart/, principal. Sixth gravk* honorees were Michael Dubensky, s*xial studies; Teresa Thompson, language arts, Cameron Hopkins, science; Ashley Hart,math. Chiissy Guerrero, State Compcnsa tory Education reading. Susan Ahum, band. Jason Frben, choir; DF RYL CLARK makes pictures worth a thousand words in the H»r«ld-Zeitun$ Troy; April Smith, girls’ physical education; Steven Rodrigue/, resource math; Melinda Barajas, resource reading; Jo Ann Caballero, resource science; Fmie Rixlriguc/. resource social studies; Katy Scrogin, reading; and Josie Monsivais, English as a Second Language (ESL.). In the seventh grade, students hon orcd were Christopher Kuhn, social studies, Jennifer Guerrero, language arts; Amir Hosseini, science; Jennifer Kitsch, math; Ste phony Serna, S.C.E reading; Richard C/erwonky, band; Mach Flynn, choir; Karla Maples, art, Claude Gomez, industrial aas; Yikki Dahl, girls' physical education; Chris Torres, resource math; Chris Feller, resource reading. Drew Henderson, boys athletics; Sherry Clapp, homemaking. Roger Hopkins, Spanish I on Billington, reading; Daniel Williams, German; Mystee Wunderlich, computers, April Houk, speech and drama; and Jose Sotelo, E S L. Eighth grade w inners were Mansia Parra, social studies, Celeste Torres, language aas; Came Bret/ke, science; Michael Spears, math. Chris F rben, S G F. reading; JoAnn Terra/as, band; Leslie Austin, choir. Lee Voigt, art, Bobby Mueller, general mechanical repair, AND Gabriel Gil, industrial aas Also, Ashlie Hermes, girls’ physical education; George Herrera, resource math; Manuel Hernandez, resource science; Corey Ayers, boys’ athletics; Julie NL Daniel, homemaking; Steven Rhoades, combination unit; Kim Klabunde. reading; Erie New nam. German; Jennifer Labuhn. publications; Todd Brotze. programming; Shaw na Minton speech and drama; and Jose Castillo, F S L Child returns to El Paso home after mixup with Border Patrol KL PASO. Texas AP A 3-year-old girl is back in her mother s home today after a mix up that led police to think the girl had been accidentally deported along with her Mexican baby sit ter Lysette Guadalupe Gomez was reported missing Wednesday along with the maid who had moved in with the Gomez family Mon day police said The baby sitter 18-year-old Maria Jesus Gonzalez Armandaris of Juarez took the girl across the Bio Grande Wednesday to deliver a letter to a former employer But she was turned back by border authorities when she tried to return to Kl Paso said Mike Williams chief agent for the t S Border Patrol in El Paso “At that time she gave the name for the baby as Elizabeth Acosta Juarez of Mexico and said she was a friend of the child’s family Williams said after Lysette was returned to her mother Thursday afternoon El Paso police and Mexican authorities detained the woman and baby Thursday as she tried a second time to re-enter the Lnited States Williams said Police at first had treated the matter as kidnapping although they suspected Gonzalez Armandaris had left the house with the baby been picked up by the Border Patrol and taken to Juarez Police do not intend to file charges because there was no criminal intent said (jus Massey, El Paso deputy police chief 'I don t see where anybody did anything wrong ’ he said “These maids are scared ’iou never know what they re thinking Maybe she thought they were go mg to take the child away from her Her fear probably prompted her to say the baby was Mexican he said The Gomez family told police they had taken in the maid Mon day and knew her only as Maria de Jesus ENTIRE STOCK * Men's Fashions *Misses Fashions * Men's & Ladies Shoes * Men's & Ladies Accessories SATURDAY ONLY ;