New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 24, 1985, Page 2

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung October 24, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 24, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A HeraldZe/funy, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, October 24,1985 City sends master plan to P&Z board MOLLIE YOUNG    HELMUTH    SCHLICHTING CISD honors Young, Schlichting Drops of water settle on a plant. Recent rains and heavy dew have made Comal County a wet place to be. 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 October. Mollie Young, a third-grade teacher and team leader at Comal Elementary School, said, ‘ Children have always been my life." She has taught for 20 years, 14 of those at Comal. Employee of the Month Helmuth Schlichting was a grocer for 20 years and owner of Slick's Mini-Stop before becoming a custodian at Canyon High School. In his nine years there, Schlichting’s duties have included keeping the tile floors, rest rooms and kitchen in order, along with assisting in the collection of lunch money at noon. Schlichting's wife Myrtle has been a cook with CISD for 23 years. They have three adult sons. Young is married and has two daughters. Her goals as a teacher include providing the best learning environment possible, and teaching to the best of her ability. “I want students to learn to the best of their abilities," Young said, adding she has taught from grades 1-8 and even spent one year as a special education resource teacher. When not at school, Schlichting likes to spend his time at his farm working with his livestock. He is also a member of the Friedens United Church of Christ, and the Sons of Hermann. Young is a member of the Association of Texas Professional Educators. Delta Kappa Gamma and the First Baptist Church. She is also a past board member of the Mid-Texas Symphony and member of the American Association of University Women. She holds a bachelor of science degree from Texas A&I University, and is presently working on her masters degree at Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos. Her principal at Comal Elementary said, "I think Mollie is very reliable and dependable. She’s a very creative teacher who cares for children, and has a very professional attitude. ‘‘She cares about education, and is always looking to improve the profession as a whole,” she added. Canyon High School Principal Will Krieg said Schlichting has ‘‘good qualities as an employee. He is hardworking. conscientious and very, very dependable. That’s his most outstanding characteristic," he added. By DANA OVERSTREET Staff writer More than a year after it was first accepted by New Braunfels City Council, the Chamber of Commerce recommendations for updating the city’s master plan have been sent to the Planning and Zoning Commission for review. The update recommendations include several items that already have been undertaken by the city, such as the construction of another fire substation (approved in Saturday’s bond issue election) and the widening of FM 725. The city’s master plan was last revised in 1977. On Wednesday, members of council, Planning and Zoning Commission, Chamber of Commerce committees, and the city-appointed Options and Opportunities Committee discussed some of the suggestions set forth in the chamber’s report and in the Options and Opportunities report. Chamber representatives on Oct. 14 had urged council to adopt the update, then make needed changes. The plan is a guideline, not a rule, they said. ‘‘This is merely a plan, and plans must change because situations change,” said Robert Uhr, a member of the Zoning Board of Adjustment. ‘‘I don’t see why you can’t adopt the whole thing.” Mayor Barbara Tieken said she was concerned that the zoning recommendations by the chamber 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 passing. I^iurie Schellstede had been booted out of the six-member cheerleading squad under the state's no pass, no play rule, which mandates that students must pass all their courses to participate in extracurricular activities. and the city committees differed greatly, especially where they discussed commercial zoning. The chamber advocates strip zoning to protect the city’s boundaries, while the Options and Opportunities committee suggests cluster zoning at major intersections. Tieken was hesitant about approving the chamber committee’s list of 26 suggested rezonings, but was told that list was to be used as a guide. "Our recommendations were not meant for Planning and Zoning to go and just rezone everything," said Ted Cook, a member of the update coordinating committee. "Take it, study it, and digest it and if there’s a conflict, then it needs more study," he said, explaining that the Planning and Zoning Commission should review the recommendations from the chamber and city committees. "It’s up to Planning and Zoning to take what they want and throw out the rest," he said. City Manager Joe Michie said that a Planning and Zoning Commission should monitor all aspects of a city’s growth. "It just hasn’t worked that way in New Braunfels and it can’t work with one planner," he said. Planning Commission Chairman Joe Hartigan agreed and pointed out that commission members are not experts and need input from exports to make decisions. "A key element is that the city has to gut it up" and expand the planning department, he said. After making 97 on her typing test and averaging 96 on her classroom work, Schellstede was shocked to get a failing grade of 48 on Friday because of her typing “technique." So the 14-year-old appealed her case to the Southwest High School school board. Principal Glenn Mandeville said the failing grade was based on a technicality. He said her teacher failed to warn her parents that she Births Robert and Lynn Pfullman, 109 W. Center, Seguin, 8 lb., 7 oz. boy, Oct. 22. Ramiro and Martha Ayala, No. 5 was failing, as is required by law. Schellstede said her teacher "checked our posture and how we curved our fingers and said that was half our grade." As for lier teacher, J.V. Meek, he said he feeds misunderstood. "Only a typing teacher nuclei stands technique," he said. Almice Elliott, the district’s director of vocational office Roselawn Circle, 7 lb., 2 oz. boy, Oc t 22. Romulo and Estella Garcia, 22.' Gruene Rd.,61b.,9oz. boy, Oct. 24 education, said that the school district’s curriculum guide for beginning typing says technique ac counts for half the typing grade. A five-meinber committee ha been organized to study the district' grading policy. Some board mein hers have suggested starting an appeals process to investigate* and hear grade disputes. Failed typing student gets passing gradeDeaths Maude R. Bost Services for Maude R. Bost, of 306 E. Ave. I, Robstown, will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Colonial Funeral Home in Robstown with the Rev. Lloyd Brookmole of Robstown officiating. Bost, 87, died Oct. 23 at Colonial Manor Nursing Home. Bost was born Oct. 24. 1897 to Fred and Malina (nee Foreman) Hornsby in Rayne, I .a. She married I^eon T. Host I* cb 4, 1971 m Kingsville. She was a member of the Robstown Church of Christ. Survivors include her husband Leon T. Bost of Robstown; two daughters, Mrs. Hugh B. Tagert of New Braunfels and Mrs. Bruce R. Kellrnan of Yuma, Ariz.; two stepdaughters, Margaret Johnson of Seadrift and Ruth Williinas of Corpus Christi; three step-sons, Frank Bost of Robstown, Donny Bost of Mammoth Falls, Ore. and Fred Bost of Harlingen; three sisters, Mrs. ix?o Ffauret of New Braunfels, Mabel Beard of Texas City and Mrs. G.L. Weather Davis of Sulphur, Iii.; five grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren. Ix)cal arrangements are being made by Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Funeral arrangements will be under the direction of Colonial Funeral Home in Robstown. Guadalupe Gonzalez Acevedo Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. today in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park for Guadalupe Gonzalez Acevedo, of Rt. 5 Box 921B, Canyon Lake. The Rev. Joe Audet of New Braunfels will officiate. Acevedo, four months old, died Oct. 23 at Medical Center Hospital in San Antonio. She was born May 28,1985 to Pedro and Theresa (nee Gonzalez) Acevedo in San Antonio. Survivors include her parents Pedro and Theresa Acevedo of Canyon I .ake; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Primo Acevedo and Mr. and Texas weather While patches of dense morning fog obscured parts of the coast, East and Central Texas, a cold front bearing dry air brought clear skies and cooler temperatures to West Texas Thursday. The National Weather Service I darned die fog on low-level moisture a rid said it was so thick in some areas a1 ong the middle coast that travelers .ao'visories were issued. While the weak Pacific front that bisected the state Thursday morning dropped temperatures into the upper 40s across extreme northwest and Wet it Texas, the rest of the state had earn ing morning temperatures in the 60s. , Tht • weather service said that North    Texas    could expect in- creasii lgly cloudy weather through Friday with lows tonight ranging from 56 to 65 and highs Friday near SO. In Soul h Texas, the forecast called for partly' cloudy and warm through Friday    with    widely scattered thundershowers along the coast and in Southeast Texas. The lows tonight were expected to be in the 60s and 70s with highs Friday in the 80s to low 90s. The weather service was predicting 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 Bend. Extended forecast Saturday through Monday: North Texas — Sunny days and fair nights with no precipitation. Warm days with highs in the 70s and lower 80s. Mild nights with lows mainly in the 50s. South Texas — Partly cloudy with warm days and cool nights. Morning lows dipping into the upper 50s north to the upper 60s south. Daytime highs peaking in the upper 70s north to the mid 80s south. Weft Texas — Partly cloudy with temperatures continuing near or slightly above seasonal normals. Mrs. Juanicito Gonzalez, all of Mexico. Services are under the direction of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Encarnacion Gomez Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Encarnacion Gomez of 305 W. Garza in New Braunfels. Gomez, 79, died Oct. 23 at McKenna Memorial Hospital. He was preceded in death last week by his son Hermen Chavarria. Hvrald-Zeitung (USPS 377 880) lf you have not received your paper by 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday or by 7:30 a.m. Sunday, call 625 9144 or 658 1900 by 7 p m and 11 a m., respectively. Published Sunday morning and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co, 186 S. Casted Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78131. Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co.. 186 S. Casted Ave , New Braunfels, TX 78131. Dave Kramer .... EditorlGen. Mgr. Susan Haire Managing Editor Claude Scruggs.......Publisher Shirlene Thornton . Office Manager Sandi Hurter Asst. Adv. Mgr. Cheryl Brzozowski .... Class. Mgr. Don Avery . . . Circulation Manager Carol Avery . Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel........Press    Foreman • Patricia Yznaga King . . . City Editor Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David King........Sports    Editor Subscription Rates (Includes applicable sales tax) Carrier delivery in Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco and Kendall Counties: 3 months, $10.78; 6 months, $18.82; one year, $33 64. Mail delivery outside Comal County, In Texas: 3 months $18.92; 6 months, $33.64; one year $63.08. Mail outside Texas: 6 months, $42.00; one year $70.00. Postmaster:    Send address changes to P.O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, TX 78131. .Goo£#U<Mk. says...TUNE UP FOR PEAK PERFORMANCE GM car and truck owners expect their vehicles to be quality and performance ready. Keep that Peak Performance with quality Mr. Goodwrench care and genuine GM parts. Now at special savings. I FALL SERVICE SPECIALI $45.00 J Complete Engine Tune Up Plus Parts I 400 W. 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  • Almice Elliott
  • Barbara Tieken
  • Bruce R. Kellrnan
  • Carol Avery
  • Cheryl Brzozowski
  • Claude Scruggs
  • Dana Overstreet
  • Dave Kramer
  • David King
  • Don Avery
  • Donny Bost
  • Encarnacion Gomez
  • Estella Garcia
  • Frank Bost
  • Fred Bost
  • Glenn Mandeville
  • Guadalupe Gonzalez Acevedo
  • Helmuth Schlichting
  • Hermen Chavarria
  • Hugh B. Tagert
  • J.V. Meek
  • Joe Audet
  • Joe Hartigan
  • Joe Michie
  • Juanicito Gonzalez
  • Leon T. Bost
  • Lloyd Brookmole
  • Lynn Pfullman
  • Margaret Johnson
  • Martha Ayala
  • Maude R. Bost
  • Mollie Young
  • Patricia Yznaga King
  • Primo Acevedo
  • Robert Uhr
  • Ruth Williinas
  • Sandi Hurter
  • Shirlene Thornton
  • Susan Haire
  • Ted Cook
  • Theresa Acevedo
  • W. Garza
  • Wanda Lasater

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: October 24, 1985

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