New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 18, 1984, Page 2

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November 18, 1984

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 18, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas 2A New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Sunday, November 18, 1984 Sanitation budget still up in air By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer The county sanitation department remains without a budget after commissioners court took no action on it after an executive session Thursday. Commissioners had approved the rest of the county budget Monday. The commissioners did not report on what part of the sanitation budget had been the subject of the executive session. County sanitarian Bob Stahl was not called into the closed session. But Stahl said he hoped they were reconsidering giving raises to his two inspectors. If commissioners don’t grant them, the inspectors will be the only county employees who wouldn’t receive a 5 percent across-the-board raise, he said. The budget he originally submitted had included the raises, and while Stahl was present in the sanitation budget workshop, the raises were not questioned. But when the published budget came out, the raises were not in it. Stahl said that was the first time he knew about the omission. The commissioner told Stahl that the reason his workers were not getting a raise was that they were already paid more than any other comparable county employee, although the only requirement for the job is a high school diploma. The beginning salary for sanitation inspectors approved by commissioners court is $1,200 per month. Stahl said this is the going rate. The question about pay and education first came up when some of the septic tank installers met with commissioners to air complaints. One installer had drawn the comparison between the inspectors who have no licenses and the licensing of installers, a new regulation commissioners court passed last spring and that will go into effect next week. The septic tank order was adopted since Stahl has been head of the sanitation department, and has met with numerous complaints on the part of installers. NBISD appoints panel for high school project A steering committee has been formed to raise money to restore the facade of the old New Braunfels High School building. And that nine-member committee has established a Dec. 15 deadline to raise the $60,000 needed for the project. In May, 1983, New Braunfels Independent School District patrons approved a $350,000 bond issue for the constructon of a central education facility for NBISD. In 1984. these patrons are faced with two options for this central office site. One option is to construct a new education center on the site of the present central office building at 431 W. Mill St. The approved bond amount and its accrued interest will finance a new structure for an office complex. The second option, which is supported by the New Braunfels Conservation Society and the Comal County Historical Committee, is to renovate the former high school campus at 430 W. Mill St. This project would renew the interior of the building’s main floor. The building, which would house a meeting room and all administrative offices, would serve all the district’s present and future needs. However, the amount of money needed to build a new building will only renovate the interior of the old high school site. An additional $60,000 would complete the total exterior renovation of the building. With the encouragement of the New Braunfels Conservation Society, Comal County Historical Committee, former students and current patrons, the NBISD Board of Trustees agreed to offer the public an opportunity to preserve the old high school. The Board authorized a community-wide fund-raising campaign to collect the money to restore the old building’s exterior. The fund-raising committee will be headed by Elliot Knox. If the money is not gathered, NBISD trustees will consider building a new administration building. Deaths Frieda Link Eikhenroht Services for Frieda Link Eikhenroht of 347 Clemens will be held at 2 p m. Nov. 19 in the First Protestant United Church of Christ with burial to follow at Ix>ne Oak Cemetery. Services are under the direction of Zoeller Funeral Home and will be officiated by the Rev. I undwood Kennady. Eikhenroht. 91, died Nov. 16 at Eden Home for the Aged. The daughter of Fritz and Christina (Glenewinkeli Schriewer, she was bom Oct. 9 in Guadalupe County. A prior resident of Clear Springs, she lived in New Braunfels for 42 years. Eikhenroht married Albert Eikhenroht on March 15, 1942 at Frieden’s United Church of Christ. Mr. Eikhenroht died in 1959. Eikhenroht was a member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ, the Eagles Ixidge, Clear Spring Frohsinn, and the Harmony Frauverein. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Olivia Reininger of San Antonio; a step-daughter, Mrs. Ella Elmer of New Braunfels; two step-grandchildren; three step-great-grandchildren; four grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the First Protestant United Church of Christ, the Eden Home for the Aged, or the charity of one’s choice. W BARGAIN HUNTERS . SPECIAL ^ •*« V II* ¥ V i. SHOP THE APPLIANCE EXPERTS FINANCING AVAILABLE * ASK FOR DETAILS QUALITY SALES & SERVICE ‘GOOD’ O Keefe A Merritt 30" Gas Range An pore**#* 3% oven eas* lf    clear. CiobeO OOO* bro* ~ no p nmceiwv Adjust abn? fQiifjol L<ti top a»><3 o*en door Two adjustable cn-rom* over racks SALE $29095 ABETTER** O Keefe A Merritt. 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Phillip and Karen Endicott, 1234 E. Common, 7 lh., 4 oz. girl, Nov IO. Alfredo and Yolanda Gonzales, 2249 W. Mill, 5 lb., 2 oz. girl, Nov. IO. Raymond and Rachel Saenz, 2684 W. San Antonio, 81b. boy. Nov. ll. Guadalupe and Gloria Escabedo, 278 W. Nacogdoches, 7 lb.. I oz. girl. Nov. 12. Glenn and Angelita Garner. 424 Guada Coma, 7 lb., 3 oz. boy, Nov. 12. William and Teresa Satterfield, Route 7, Box 686-B, Canyon Lake, 7 lb.. 12 oz. boy, Nov. 12. Clay and Valane Collins, 514 Cross, 6 lh., 5 oz. girl, Nov. 12. DIVORCE 207th District Court (Robert Pfeuffer, presiding judge) Davis, John H. and Sandra A. FELONIES Justice of the Peace Precinct I (Harold Krueger, presiding) Usa Marie McDonald, 11525 Sandy Loam, Austin, possession of a controlled substance, $1,500 bond. Erie John Fitzgerald, 11525 Sandy Loam, Austin, possession of a controlled substance, $10,000 bond. Municipal Court (David Perkins, presiding judge) Juan Delgado, 2552 W. Katy, forgery by passing, $5,000 bond. MARRIAGES County Clerk’s Office Burtis Danniel Minica and Kathy Temple Eiler. Ramon Cantu and Guadalupe Caballero. Samuel William Wallace II and Jean Alice Melver. Eddie Ray Edmore and Winifred Burleson. Avon Alton Brumfield and Connie Marie Nesmith. Edwrin Hunter Dietz Jr., and Brenda Cecile Griffin. Dennis Roy Krueger and Nancy April Self. Frederick Chester Steubing and Stephanie April Ivcnero. Patrick Marc Desfosses and Yvonne Martinez. Charles Daniel Elmore and Melissa Michele Sullivan. CONVICTIONS 274th District Court (Fred Moore, presiding judge) Bertha Davila Mares, 1019 S. San Fernando, San Antonio, burglary of a habitation, sentenced to seven years in the Texas Department of Corrections, probated for seven years. County Court-at-Law (Ron Zipp, presiding judge) Robert Gomez, 1376 W. Bridge, Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), 60 days in jail, and driver’s license suspended for one year. Juan A. Sanchez, HOI Westchester, New York. NY, unlawfully carrying a weapon, three days in jail with credit for time served, weapon forfeited, and a $100 fine. Thomas A. Showronek, 9607-A Teasdale, Austin, DWI, 90 days in jail, probated for two years, and a $600 fine. Frederick Edward Klash Jr., 1906 Althea, Houston, DWL driver’s license suspended for one year, three days in jail with credit, and a $350 fine. Jesus Garcia Hernandez, 106 Morales Court, Driving While License Suspended iDWIii), three days in jail with credit, and a $100 fine. Cody Allen David, 1424 W. Mill, DWIiS, three days in jail with credit, and a $100 fine. £ o s.*; \ a1 a\0 wlQ    S 0)\G \ i IT.cf V>,^ V° \° AlNlTlHlOIN YIS 214 W. San Antonio St. New Braunfels 625-8213 We Accept WORTH HER WEIGHT IN GOLD dp Weigh In For Healthy Babies Support the March of Dimes I6«IH DEFECTS FOUNDATION! 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