Wednesday, July 31, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 31, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 41 0 MOSS MICROPLEX MJTCH WOMBLE BOX 45436 TX 7524S 265 Local Committee seeks from County See Page 2A Water Watch Coma River cfs same Canyon cfs down 4 Canyon cfs same Edwards down Canyon Lake level down Sports Cornbread spiced up for summer Page 1B New Brailnfels Herald New Texas Gonzalez calls for ban of pro boxing See Page BA Wednesday July 25 Cents 26 Pages2 Sections Dont look now what was once a parking lot will soon be a twostory expansion between the New Braunfels Utilities Main Building and the adjacent Utilities Annex on Blanquiz and his 955 Caterpillar are digging into the renovation LESLIE and expansion which should provide an additional square feet of office space at an estimated cost of Schwab named SVHS principal By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer ry principal of School in New Braunfels will be the new assistant principal at Smithson Valley High Comal ISO trustees hired Schwab after a brief executive session Tuesday which completed the districts search to find one new principal and two assistants for the 198566 school The resignation of Canyon High School Principal Larry Moehnke started the chain reaction when he left CISD in May to become Blanco ISD A month Will who had been Moehnkes assistant at Canyon for nine was promoted to But that left CHS without an assistant prin on July the board ac cepted the resignation of Bill which put a vacancy sign up in the same position at Smithson Valley High The board hired Thomas Cannon as CHS assistant principal on July Cannon has most recently worked for Sealy with a total of about 12 years in The boards action Tuesday night pleased CISD Superintendent Bill who said he was impressed with Larrys ability to work and he really wanted the He and Joe Rogers know each Theyve worked together and I think theyll make a Larry has good people and I think theyll provide Smithson Valley with a stability the schools never had Brown Rogers was employed by NBISD from 1965 to Eleven of those years were as band and the rest as assistant He took over principal duties at Smithson Valley about a year ago as the sixth person to fill that position Local attorney arrested in drug seizure since the school opened in the fall of When I was up at New I was made aware of Larrys interest in Rogers said Tuesday We needed a top quality person to fill the assistant principal and Larry was Hes a for a very important He was just what we were looking Rogers A spokeswoman at the NBISD Administration Office said Schwabs resignation letter indicated he had been with NBISD for 15 He had also acted as director of Adult and Community but principal of Lamar School was his newest By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer A top Texas Department of Human Resources official in San Antonio was arrested for felony possession of marijuana Tuesday in Comal Arthur Richard Thormann the assistant regional director of turned himself in to Sheriffs Rudy Rubio about 4 He was charged with possession of marijuana over 4 which is a seconddegree A warrant for Thormanns arrest was issued after local sheriffs in vestigators confiscated 60 marijuana ranging from two to seven feet growing at his residence off Nacogdoches Road on July A DHR spokeswoman in San An tonio this morning said had worked for the state organization since September He was named assistant regional director in September What he told me was he was a selfemployed and he did some work for the Rubio Thormann was released from jail Tuesday on a set by Justice of the Peace Doc Edwards wells may go dry SAN ANTONIO AP The city of San Antonio should take steps to protect the water in the Edwards Aquifer before it sets up alternate water a trustee of the Ed wards Underground Water District Fay Sinkin criticized a preliminary study on the San Antonio water situation because the report did not address maintaining the aquifers water If that question is not then you have not done your she told Carl chairman of the technical advisory committee for the The preliminary study said water wells and springs could begin going dry in 25 years if alternate water sources are not Sinkin criticized San Antonio city officials for not moving sooner to protect the San Antonio has not passed a single piece of legislation to address that she You cant sell the city on surface water unless it protects the Sinkin made her comments Monday after a presentation of the water commissioned by the Edwards Underground Water District and the San Antonio City The reports presented to the EUWD board and the indicated the regional demand for water is expected to double by the year The water use study also said springs will go dry in the year 2010 under average said Norm one of the studys chief Some wells would be starting to go dry almost in the next he said Monday in a presentation to members of the district board and the Brazelton also predicted rural users will be affected more than municipal Only the studys technical portion has been Raba The entire including alternative wont be completed until January See Page 14A Ranch foreman shot by assailant By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer A 21yearold San Marcos ranch caretaker was shot in the leg by an unknown assailant during a routine grounds check early this Riley who also at tends Southwest Texas State drove himself from the ranch on FM 32 to the Hays County Memorial Hospital with a gunshot wound to his upper left A doctor there said the entry hole resembled the size made by a caliber Comal County Sheriffs In vestigator Kermit Kroesche said Galloway has worked at the Chapparal El Dibalo ranch for three He said hes been having problems lately with the livestock and exotic game there on the Hes found some and some so he went out See Page 14A For use as parking space Commissioners acquire tract adjacent to jail Austin starts conservation rules AUSTIN AP Mayor Frank Cooksey says he has a proposal that could result in a section of south Austin becoming part of a regional organization to regulate water use from the Edwards Cooksey said Tuesday he would recommend a resolution Thursday to pledge Austins cooperation with efforts by the Small Cities Council to create an underground water con servation The council consists of Mountain San and Sunset The cities in Travis and Hays counties pump water from the portion of the aquifer associated with Barton The area that would be covered by the district is generally between Interstate 35 and Farm and the Colorado River and a line north of the Blanco If the district is it could have regulatory and taxing said Kent a See Page HA By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer Guadalupe County Commissioners voted Monday to pay for a tract of land that the county has been trying to aquire since the fall of The located next to the county will be cleaned off and used as addition parking said County Judge James It the property is about onehalf of a small city Sagebiel or about 50 x 100 square The land will be used in the plans for improving the Weve gone through a number of appraisals and we finally com promised on this said County Judge James The county had one appraisal of the land at while Norman Price and his owners of the had it appraised at Since the Prices live in Sagebiel said negotiations over the land were very The com missioners even filed to have the land condemned to speed up the Sagebiel said the county dropped condemnation procedures when the Prices agreed to a A lot more than the parking may be improved at the jail if the com missioners decide to make major renovations in the jail or build a new The countys architect is scheduled to recommend a feasible plan of jail improvement at the next commissioners You could draw a lot of parallels between Guadalupe County and Comal County as far as problems with county buildings Sagebiel The county is outgrowing each of its buildings especially the Sagebiel Even after remodeling and adding on to the jail in it has a capacity of only 31 Sagebiel said that the state jail commission recommended after the last in spection that the county make several changes in the Our state inspector pretty much let us know that we will probably be out of compliance when we are in spected next Sagebiel The biggest problem with the the judge is that there is not enough room per We just have to crowd them in and make room for Sagebiel or release light offenders maybe earlier than we would like The jail was last inspected in January and will be inspected again sometime between December 1985 and February said Jack staff planner with the Texas Com mission on Jail The problem with the Guadalupe County Crump is that the county has just outgrown what it As the population there will naturally have to be more people he The jail as of this moment meets standard Crump but it cannot remain in that con dition as long as the population ex Inside Todays Weather Temperatures today will reach the mid90s and drop to the mid70s South to southeasterly winds will vary from 1020 Tuesdays high was was 97 and the low was Sunset will be and sunrise will be at Making Adjustments Houston Oilers running back Mike Rozier is still learning the but hes already getting used to the Oilers scheme of And hes ready to do what no runner has ever done gain yards in two seasons in the same Sports Downhome tastes Department of Agriculture adopts logo to identify products from See Page Shuttle problems Challengers USJJQg a new computer failed sgajn to restore life to their most important See DEAR