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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 28, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Unicorns clinch volleyball    Page 7 New Braunfels>AV Wednesday Vol 134 No 209 M r* < lit « t x i*t .ain i us in store for the next few days Then. things will turn a little spook) in Hun* for Halloween with a chance    of ram on Saturday and Sunda) Tonight s low will be about 53 and tile high Thursday will reach about 83 The Menu BUSINESS    6A CLASSIFIED    ll    13B COMICS    8B EDUCATION    SB ENTERTAINMENT    9B KALEIDOSCOPE    1 7B OBITUARIES    2A OPINIONS    4A SPORTS .......11 13A October 28, 1987 25 Cents 707 Landa St New Braunfels Texas 78i30 (USPS 377-800* 512-625-9144 Work of art Our own mayor, George Erben, will issue a proclamation for Youth Appreciation Week N >v 8-14 Many of th** youth in our community put in many hours of service to tho city and deserve all the appreciation they can get Also the Optimist Club >f N.*w Braunfels will have a banquet Tuesday Sox IO at (any or Hut School to honor 40 students from N BILS arni (Tis in van us categories of achievement The banquet starts at p rn st. u* there to [vit a few desen inc youth on the balk Hospice New Braunfels is Ll vin*.’ a memorial service in honor of your loved one and all patients who have died The service is Tuesday. Sox 12, beginning at 3 p rn at the St Paul I ait her an Church Chapel at 181 S Santa (Tara Across ?r rn H E B The service will ta* brief If x ou can make the sen ice let Hospice know at 625-7 hi* If \ >u are without transpielation sui t, will be provided A I on leers A lunier! s Whirr art th>u volunteers The M< Krnna Memorial H< spital Auxiliary is organizing and charter members are needed Your volunteer hours will tie xI tai to staff the »;ift shop with clerical duties pert *mi nursing staff seniors and marx thor activities i jet in ut. tia ground floor and share your id* as conoeming uniforms an awards program bylaws gift shop incurs and other assistant t* which tite will provi Ie I> irs a }» will be Colies ted at the N x eflltier meeting from th*>e who wish to ’• .me * harter members The auxiliar* meets St Nidav N \ I at p rn at the Garza Street Classroom ax-ft-ss from th* b .spital t all 63*-*4*«o f i ,j» id ore itll rnutti e New Braunfels Hermann Sons {>•!»(    ■    will    meet    Sunday    N    x    I at I p rn at Uh* tgr fiat! Meat will ta* furnished ami members art-asked pi bring a covered dish lake a breath 4 fresh air Remember how good that feels tjefore lighting, up that next Curette Fresh Start is a fret quit smoking clinic sponsored fix Uh American I am er lely there are t if session* to * brut I he first session passed us by un Tuesday, but Uxe next three will be I burs*lax next Tuesday and next Thursday T a* h session begins at 7 p 111 and List an hour and a half The clinic is at Dittimger Memorial library !<• register, call Mi K«*nna Memorial Hospital at 625-9111 Hit 193 Ad van* e registration is requested T resh Start is for people who want to begin life as a nonsmoker Un one who knows that miw is the right tim* fur them to quit can <io s*i Quit now Your heart, lungs and people around you will thank you I amar .V bool will have a Halloween party from 4 to 7 p rn (S t 31 at Ute school. 240 \ Central While theparty is unfeasibly for kindergarten kidlets, young cTil Wren in elementary s* bool at all are invited Wear a costume ie don t tail snule when you get there < ause it promises to bt* a lot >4 fun and stuff Figure un a lid *if gam**s and activities, including, yes, a real flay ride ... 4 I r As * * as New B'au* ♦e'S s n German Heritage * s perhaps fiche* n Imj a* history and suet’ does not 90 unnoticed at AV*, rs ti est Here Sandy S#nt#it§n an employee of Rhoades interiors and a heeiance aftist wsxfks CH’ an *fxdiar £>orf'af* at Hen tag* Ex' bt on Wattest q* our tis Presence of nat-ve A'Tx#rKa,s oong rn© ban* s o* the Coma1 and Guadalupe R:ve*s dates back rn* *e than *0 000 years (Photo by Defy I Sims, Kuempel urge Build Texas program support H, ti A Vip MA* St*** A’ 1*1 Atu* h ilk. c anty i.iiuiuvsi .ncrs in recent month* flax*- taken goxeminent to Ult pe.^Ce, State Sen Bill Sims ami Hep T tmund Kuenqw*I fir ught st**Ie government to Uh* people Tuesday night in 4 any on 1 tx I he tw 1. legislators sp**k** to about j0 (tersums in* lulling all ?«*ur commissioners and lot ai civic leaders at Eagle i Hall concerning tort ref, Uh- stat*- budget and u(K> ailing s{H** la. elections Sims IKSan Angelo and District It) representee and Kuempel. H,Seguin representing Dust ru t 4*« urgexl support of Uh* eight proposed constitutional amendments 11 >tm 11*.nix referred to as the Build Texas Program lf approved bx Xoters statewide in Sox 3 elections Uh- amendments would provide ll 925 billion in bomi monies earmarked for agricultural dix rf sd nation small business development, to* al public works projects, co ort-ordered improvements at prisons and mental fiealth retardation facilities, enticement to bring an atoui-fusion research center her*- arui water projects it is estimated tiial the total bond package outlay would generate statewide income of nearly I*) billion and would create 23.00(1 construction .bs and 34 600 ated On motion by Bedford Seven expelled after drugs, weapon found New Braunfels school district -boa rd of trustees expelled seven students Tuesday because of possession of marijuana on school property One of the .students, a boy in high school, was expelled for carrxing a dangerous weapon on school property as well as having a controlled substance Trustee Don Bedford, who has been an advocate of strong discipline to keep drugs out of schools, made the motions leading to the expulsion of the seven students The action came after the recommendation of the VB ISH a dmi rn st r a ti on Of those students expelled, four middle school students may return to school in January Two high school boys, one of whom was caught carrying a set of martial arts weapons, were expelled for the remainder of the school year Bedford specified in his motion that the middle school students four eighth grade students and one in seventh grade after returning to sc hool in January will be confined to the m-school suspension center for the remainder of the semester from 7 45 a m to 3 15 p rn daily, and that The Big Tent they may not attend any out-of-school activities at any NBISI) function for the remainder of the school year NBISD Superintendent Charles Bradberry said the middle school students will be in m-school suspension about two weeks The middle school students also will be barred from riding the school bus to and from school 1 so that they do not have the opportunity ti; be with other students while in in-school suspension." Bedford's motion stated If more than two rules are broken while the students ar*- in inschool suspension the student involved will be removed from school for the remainder of the y ear Bedford's motion to expel the middle school students also required that each of the children and at least one parent will attend weekly counseling sessions provided by Teen Connection until the child may return to school. In the event that a counseling session is missed by either child or parent, the expulsion will be extended one week for each session missed," the motion stated Also. the trustee spec ified that one of the students who now attends Teen In school expelled students also are prohibited from riding in school buses "so that they do not have the opportunity to be with other students Motion by NBISD Trustee Don Bedford Connection return to the alternative school in January The middle school students will be urged to attend both summer school sessions so they will not be kept behind their classmates. Both high school students were expelled for the remainder of the school year The expelled students will not be referred to Teen Connection, the local alternative school for teens who are unable to attend the mainstream school Tuesday's action follows NBISD's tradition of taking a hard stand against drugs in schools Jackie Schneider seconded the motion to expel the seven students II *c 1^8 Sum « ailed a go***! investment Uh- $j**» million proposed in general ^ligation bonds to finance development <4 a 'aper collider rest arc h fa* Lilly in D-xa' The state *..»?» airted) earn talked million irs revenue sharing bunds for the project should it bi- located here I ' ere s Ik d< abl it s golf!#, to Cost us a lot of money but I think it s a go.el investment, said Sum of Amendment 19 adding that even if voters approve the facility s financing such monies would not be used unless the federal government chose Texas as the center's site lf the amendment passes I think the federal government will look more favorably onTexas. he stated, adding that other benefits would be the location ami development of other research fact I ties around the site of huge atom-smasher Total construction costs of the super collider is estimated at Sc billion Texas is proposing four sites for location of the research center More than 30 sites nationwide are being considered kuempel said that despite rumors and misinformation concerning the facility, a mandatory nuclear waste dump site is not connected with Sr* MEETING Pay* 2A David Stiles of New Braunfels Electric puts the finishing touches on the lighting inside the new ' Das Grosse Zed the entertainment tent o‘ TVuffttest winch is twice as large as the old Big Tent It is now located m the center near Gate 2 Horeshoes will take place where the tent was positioned n previous years Wursdest activities commence Friday evening and run through Nov 8 m Larida Park, (Photo Dy Deryl Clark) NBISD trustees set bond vote for Dec. 12 Commissioners meet Comal County Coitui asst oners will meet in regular session Thursday morning at IO a iii on the thin! floor of Uh* courthouse annex A pre-ageruia workshop is dated for 9 a rn Commissioner s meeting agenda reads as follow s approve appraiser for EM 1102 for right-of-way acquisition approve personnel policy memo predatory annual program appotnUnent to child welfare board variance request to private sewage regulations - final approval of Koval Forrest subdivision, vacate and replat lot 355 (Pct 41 final approv al of Fischer Thirty-Two subdivision. * Pct 41 accept Rancho del I .ago unit 12 into Unit Road System i Pct 4» line item transfer for county clerk select outside auditors for 1987 charges of $1,000 or more, courthouse renovation - nunutes county clerk monthly report approve claims. 2 p rn workshop regarding computer status update The New Braunfels ISI) Board *»i Trustees Tuesday set Dec 12 ax the date tor a bond election aimed at providing funds for construction to meet the district’s growing students needs Bcb Self, president of the NBISD board, said the December election date is the best one to meet the districts plan to have one new elementary school in place by the fall of 1989 He said he and other trustees knew the district was going to have lo have a bond election sometime during this school year but September's enrollment figures proved Hie election could not wait any longer laical voters will have the opportunity to accept or reject Uiree bond propositions, totaling $3 95 Mullion Tile bulk of the proposed issue. $2 7 nu Ilion, is planned to finance a new elementary school near the crowded Memorial Primary School on County lune Road. The board president addeu atter Tuesday's meeting that the proposed bond issue of $3 95 million will meet the district's immediate needs Another issue within three or four years likely will be needed ti* finance more expansion Self also said it was too late to set th** bond election date Nov 3 to coincide with the stale election ‘These are needs that you are going to have lo meet immediately or we will have to have waivers from the state (regarding class sizesi,” NBISD Superintendent Charles Bradberry told trustees Tuesday. He added that the district doesn’t have much flexibility in terms of what can be done to decrease crowding schools. Enrollment growth in the district already has exceeded projections for the next several years “No matter what you do tonight, we're not going to have new classrooms in place next fall," Bradberry’ told beard members before they unanimously ordered the election. He -aid both Memorial and Carl Schurz Elementary sc hool will have to rearrange classes to make room for the growing numbers of students The bond issue will be presented to voters in three parts Proposition No I includes $‘2 935 million for Hie new elementary school and improve men Us to existing elementary schools The new elementary school. to be built on 14 acres near Memorial facing the extension of Walnut Avenue, will be for second- and third-grade students Funds to construct a covered walkway and redirected main entry at I wine Star Primary School are included in Proposition No. I as well as a $175,000 gymnasium at beele Elementary School Proposition No 2, if approved, will Sr# BOND PrwrZA ;