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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 24, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                tofttiA October MOLLIE YOUNG HELMUTH SCHL1CHTING CISD honors Schlichting Someone who never wanted to work at anything else and a former grocer have been chosen as Comal ISO Teacher and Employee of the Month for Mollie a thirdgrade teacher and team leader at Comal Elementary Children have always been my She has taught for 20 14 of those at Employee of the Month Helmuth Schlichting was a grocer for 20 years and owner of Slicks MiniStop before becoming a custodian at Canyon High In his nine years Schlichtings duties have included keeping the tile rest rooms and kitchen in along with assisting in the collection of lunch money at Schlichtings wife Myrtle has been a cook with CISD for 23 They have three adult Young is married and has two Her goals as a teacher include providing the best learning environment and teaching to the best of her I want students to learn to the best of their Young adding she has taught from grades 1 8 and even spent one year as a special education resource When not at Schlichting likes to spend his time at his farm working with his He is also a member of the Friedens United Church of and the Sons of Young1 is a member of the Association of Texas Professional Delta Kappa Gamma and the First Baptist She is also a past board member of the Mid Texas Symphony and member of the American Association of University She holds a bachelor of science degree from Texas and is presently working on her masters degree at Southwest Texas State University in San Her principal at Comal Elemen tary I think Mollie is very reliable and Shes a very creative teacher who cares for and has a very professional She cares about and is always looking to improve the profession as a she Canyon High School Principal Will Krieg said Schlichting has good qualities as an He is hard conscientious and very Thats his most outstanding he City sends plan Doard master ByDANAOVERSTREET Staff writer More than a year after it was first accepted by New Braunfels City the Chamber of Commerce recommendations for updating the citys master plan have been sent to the Planning and Zoning Commission for The update recommendations include several items that already have been undertaken by the such as the construction of another fire substation approved in Saturdays bond issue election and the widening of FM The citys master plan was last revised in On members of Planning and Zoning Chamber of Commerce and the cityappointed Options and Opportunities Com mittee discussed some of the suggestions set forth in the cham bers report and in the Options and Opportunities Chamber representatives on 14 had urged council to adopt the then make needed The plan is a not a they This is merely a and plans must change because situations said Robert a member of the Zoning Board of I dont see why you cant adopt the whole Mayor Barbara Tieken said she was concerned that the zoning recommendations by the chamber and the city committees differed especially where they discussed commercial The chamber advocates strip zoning to protect the citys while the Options and Opportunities committee suggests cluster zoning at ma jor Tieken Was hesitant about ap proving the chamber committees list of 26 suggested but was told that list was to be used as a Our recommendations were not meant for Planning and Zoning to go and just rezone said Ted a member of the update coordinating Take study and digest it and if theres a then it needs more he explaining that the Planning and Zoning Commission should review the recommendations from the chamber and city com Its up to Planning and Zoning to take what they want and throw out the he City Manager Joe Michie said that a Planning and Zoning Commission should monitor all aspects of a citys It just hasnt worked that way in New Braunfels and it cant work with one he Planning Commission Chairman Joe Hartigan agreed and pointed out that commission members are riot experts and need input from experts to make A key element is that the city has to gut it up and expand the planning he Dewy day LESLIE Drops of water settle on a Recent rains and heavy dew have made Comal County a wet place to Births Robert and Lynn 109 8 7 Ramiro and Martha 5 Roselawn 7 2 Romulo and Estella 225 Gruene 6 9 Failed typing student gets passing grade FORT WORTH AP A high school freshman is back on the cheerleading squad after the failing grade in typing that benched her was changed to Laurie Schellstede had been booted out of the sixmember cheerleading squad under the states no no play which mandates that students must pass all their courses to participate in extracurricular After making 97 on her typing test and averaging 96 on her classroom Schellstede was shocked to get a failing grade of 48 on Friday because of her typing So the 14yearold appealed her case to the Southwest High School school Principal Glenn Mandeville said the failing grade was based on a He said her teacher failed to warn her parents that she was as is required by Schellstede said her teacher checked our posture and how we curved our fingers and said that was half our As for her he said he feels Only a typing teacher un derstands he Annice the districts director of vocational office said that the school districts curriculum guide for beginning typing says technique accounts for half the typing A fivemember committee has been organized to study the districts grading Some board mem bers have suggested starting an appeals process to investigate and hear grade Deaths Maude Bost Services for Maude of 306 will be at 2 Friday at Colonial Funeral Home in Robstown with the Lloyd Brookmole of Robstown died 23 at Colonial Manor Nursing Bost was born to Fred and Malina nee Foreman Hornsby in She married Leon Bost 1971 in She was a member of the Robstown Church of Survivors include her husband Leon Bost of Robstown two Hugh Tagert of New Braunfels and Bruce Kellman of two step Margaret Johnson of Seadrift and Ruth Willimas of Corpus Christ three Frank Bost of Donny Bost of Mam moth and Fred Bost of Harlingen three Leo Ffauret of New Mabel Beard of Texas City and Weather Davis of five grand children and four great Local arrangements are being made by Doeppenschmidt Funeral Funeral arrangements will be under the direction of Colonial Funeral Home in Guadalupe Gonzalez Acevedo Graveside services will be at 2 today in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park for Guadalupe Gonzalez of 5 Box Canyon The Joe Audet of New Braunfels will four months died 23 at Medical Center Hospital in San She was born May to Pedro and Theresa nee Gonzalez Acevedo in San Survivors include her parents Pedro and Theresa Acevedo of Canyon Lake and Primo Acevedo and and Texas weather While patches of dense morning fog obscured parts of the East and Central a cold front bearing dry air brought clear skies and cooler temperatures to West Texas Thur The National Weather Service blamed the fog on lowlevel moisture a nd said it was so thick in some areas along the middle coast that travelers atiiyisories were YHfliile the weak Pacific front that bisected the state Thursday morning dropped temperatures into the upper across extreme northwest and Weiit the rest of the state had Uig morning temperatures in the Tht weather service said that North Texas could expect in creasingly cloudy weather through Friday with lows tonight ranging from 56 to 65 and highs Friday near la Soul h forecast called for parU cloudy imd warm ttvough Friday witb widely scattered the coast and in Southeast The lows tonight were expected to be in the 60s and 70s with highs Friday in the 80s to low The weather service was predic ting sunny skies in West Texas through Friday with lows tonight mostly in the upper 40s and 50s and highs Friday ranging from the mid 70s in the panhandle to near 90 along Big Extended forecast Saturday through Monday North days and fair nights with no Warm days with highs in the 70s and lower Mild nights with lows mainly in South Pajtly cloudy wttfc warm days and cool Morning lows dipping into the upper 5fe north Wghs jn the upper 70s north to the Texas Partly cloudy temperatures conMauJng new or slighjjy above seasonal Juanicito all of Services are under the direction of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Encarnacion Gomez Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for En carnacion Gomez of 305 Garza in New died 23 at McKenna Memorial He was preceded in death last week by his son Hermen ttoraldZtltung USPS 377880 If you have not received paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 1 1 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX 781 Dave Kramer Susan Haire Managing Editor Claude Scruggs Publisher Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Sandi Hgtter Cheryl Brzozowski Don Avery Circulation Manager 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