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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 2, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas City denies charges made by MALDEF New Braunfelt November IA ByDYANNEFRY Staff writer The City of New Braunfels denies that its election system discriminates against minority despite charges made by local Mexican Americans in federal The city also objects to the plaintiffs request for information from city A great deal of in formation has been and City Attorney John Chunn claims that this would result in an opression and undue expense to the Citizens Ezequiel Aguinaldo Zamora and Cristina represented by the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education filed a federal lawsuit on challenging New Braunfels four three atlarge election Chunns first submitted to District Court on denies the minority groups allegations that elections in New Braunfels and Comal County are polarized along racial and ethnic and that minority citizens have suffered indiviciious discrimination in the areas of economics and The city attorney aim denies that the City Council maintains atlargebymajority positions for the express purpose of minimizing and cancelling out Mexican American voting as charged by Since filing the original MALDEF has asked the city for certain information which it believes would relate to its Chunn says the information is and that in any the plaintiffs could get it on their own without the help of city In his 24 he has asked the court for protection from this Among other MALDEF wants all correspondence between the city and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission since all documents generated in civil rights lawsuits since a record of annual budgets and ex penditures since complete election records from 1950 to a list of all unpaved streets in New Braunfels and a record of every new sign or light put up since The plaintiffs also want a list of city officials and with length of service and salary given for each Darilek leaving county post The Comal County Commissioners will review the new county jail engineering drawings during their regular meeting at 10 The review is one step in the process of building the new according to Tim assistant to the Commissioners The drawings will be presented by architect Chris The court also will begin the search for a replacement for who is resigning at the end of the year to accept a position with John Baines Properties a San Antonio development com The commissioners hope to have the position filled by early December for training The other items on the agenda are minor amend ments to the Sheriffs budget possible approval of three subdivisions Goudge Chateau Breeze Subdivision and The Woodlands Sub and possible acceptance of roads in the River Oaks Unit into the road unit Deaths Leonard Hoevel Funeral services for Leonard will be held at 10 Friday at Peter Paul Catholic with interment to follow at the Peter Paul The Patrick Flanagan will conduct the A wake is scheduled for 7 Thursday at Zoeller Funeral followed by a to be conducted by the Knights of Hoevel died 31 at Audie Murphy VA Hospital in San His remains will lie in state at Zoeller Funeral Home until Hoevel was a retired and former owner of Hoevel Egg He had been a New Braunfels resident since He was born in Indiana on March the son of Joseph and Helena Zuber He married Dorothy Pollitz on May He served in World War and was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post He also belonged to Peter 4 Paul the Knights of the Holy Name Society and the Vincent DePaul Hoevel is survived by his wife four Judy Nolle of New Jeanie Hoevel of Linda Williams of Temple and Marsha Streuer of San Antonio a Mike Hoevel of New Braunfels four one brother and seven Memorials may be given to the Peter i Paul church building or the charity of ones William Barganier Services for William Barganier of 639 are set for 10 Thursday in Zoeller Funeral The Charles Bowes will and burial will follow in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial died at McKenna Memorial He had lived in New Braunfels since and worked at Mission Valley He was born in Waco on April the son of Carey And Oberia Polk He served in the Navy during World War He married Opel Landrum here on and she survives as his Barganier is also survived by his who lives in Marlin a Rachel Kincaid of New Braunfels a William Barganier of Round Rock a Hazel Kuhn of New Braunfels a Barganier of Academy and four Pat Schertz The Albert louden will conduct funeral services for Malford Pat Schertz of San Antonio at 2 Thursday in the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Burial will be in the Comal a former New Braunfels died 31 in He was born April to William and Clara Wetx He married Edna Becka in New Braunfels in He retired from the Pearl Brewerys bottle He was a member of the Bracken United Methodist Sons of Hermann and the Schertz is survived by his wife two Barbara Engler of McQueeney and Dixie Calamon of San Antonio two Douglas of San Antonio and Malford of Wisconsin three Alfred of New Roman of Schertz and Eugene of Seguin nine grand children and two Memorials may be given to the American Heart Agnes Wirtz A wake service for Agnes Erika Wirtz is set for 7 tonight in the Zoeller Funeral Home with funeral services to be held at 2 Thursday in Peter Paul Catholic The Patrick Flanagan will and burial will follow in Guadalupe Valley Memorial born Agnes Gerhard in died 30 at the Brooke Army Medical She was 64 years a 29year resident of New Braunfels and a member of Peter 4 Paul She was born June Her parents were Johann and Matilde Egert She married Donald Wirtz on and he survives Pallbearers for Thursdays service will be Agris Stip Alfred Gene Fritz Knape and Dennis Laura Burns Services for Laura Burns New Braunfels will be at 4 Thursday at Palmer Mortuary Chapel in Officiating will be the John Dowling of and burial will follow in Guadalupe Valley Memorial died in the Guadalupe Valley She is survived by her Harold Burns of New Braunfels Harold Burns of Seguin Stan Mary Phillips of Austin two Charles Annie Kuehler and Benno Erna both of New Braufnels brother Carl Weller of Temple and two SV choirs plan concert Thursday Choirs from New Braunfels and Smithson Valley high schools will present their second concert at Thursday in the SVHS Commons The joint choirs performed their first concert last week at the First Protestant Church in New The concerts are free and open to the SVHS Choir Director Bill Kretzmeier and NBHS Director Steve Bedford staged the two concerts to show the two schools can work together in friendship and The only times our schools got together was on a competitive Kretzmeier We wanted to let our students get to know each other without the adversary situation So it seems to have Kretzmeier also added that two SVHS choir Tony Turner and Leslie have been selected for allstate choir tryouts in Sfetn and FOR YOUR NAILS Nails Nailwrapping Manicures SPECIAL HOLIDAY PACKAGE Good through and Sculptured Nails or Nailcaps GIFT CERTIFICATES Save 10 until November 1983 GutoflrteunMt JiwnttB 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