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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 22, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                BOX 81642H TX 75331 Super Bowl Pages Page6 Lake Pages New Braunfels LUJ New Texas Zeituno 16 Aj Thursday January 25 Cents One 16 Pages Stammtisch Standing tall Ronald Reagans former chief of staff and Secretary of the Treasury James Baker is Texan of the Yay He will be the guest of New Braunfels and the Chamber of of March 26 during the Texas Legislative Conference according to Tom ex ecutitre vice president of the who is all atwit about the Baker is the 67th treasury serves on the National Security is chairman of the presidents Economic Policy Board and a More important is that he is married to the former Susan another Houston with whom he has produced eight He is a graduate of THE Universitys Law so any Democrats who attend the welcome party might want to wear maroon and white carnations to display their loyal opposition Just Details County Judge Fred Clark and New Braunfels Mayor Ed Scian tarelli are expected to issue pro clamations in February recognizing Kids Helping a fund raising event to bring in bucks to buy or build an emergency childrens which is badly needed What we hope to have is an Emergency Childrens Shelter It will take place in March in conjunction with a walkathon at New Braunfels High School track and The usual pledges for miles but by kids More info but this will be fun we suc Speaking of a 10week ses sion at Mountain Valley School is scheduled to begin 29 for peo ple faced with raising teen fami ly members Professional counselor Dotti Wells will conduct the sessions happening each successive Thurs day night from 7 to 9 The ses sions will include ways to encourage your kids to live responsibility identification of the goals of teens redirec tion when that and con fidence building for parents who dont have any or a Classes are free and limited to 12 so register Books for the classes are Call Dotti at 8992039 or the Counseling and Family Service in 9642571 for more informa Never New Braunfels Fire Chief Jack Wilson isnt trying out for the new King Kong hes just showing off the models of the new central fire The city is advertis ing for bids for the construction of a new substation on County Line along with the renovation of the existing central building and construction of additional Of course we like There wasnt much of the stuff but enough to This example of one of snows best uses was found at New Braunfels High There were several snowpeople around our fair though chilly city but with temperatures rising into the 50s to day and they almost surely will have run off by this fiie Menu BUSINESS 10 CLASSIFIED 1315 DERYL Phofwapter facilities In October voters approved the issuance of bonds amounting to for the and bids for both pro jects will be opened at city hall at 2 March Central station work is expected to be completed by April while construc tion of the County Line Road substation is ex pected to be finished by July Twoyear project outlined West End sewer project a necessary disruption CROSSWORD 3 DEARABBY 3 KALEIDOSCOPE 7 OBITUARIES OPINIONS 4 OUTDOORS 9 SCRAPBOOK 6 g WEATHER I By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer New Braunfels Utilities warned residents of the citys west side Wednesday that major repairs to the sewage system could cost them more than an City Council member Ramon Chapa told residents that he will do everything he can to assist NBU with repairs and he will continue his push to have the city make repairs to the drainage system in the He said repairs to the sanitary sewage which have begun and will take about two will make drainage worse in the West End if the citys drainage system is not Chapa said he is seeking a com munity block grant to finance the ci tys He added that if the ci ty fails in its bid for federal a bond issue will be The one thing that I want to point out is that we have two One is the sewage and the other is the Chapa told about 40 peo ple attending the neighborhood meeting at Holy Family Catholic He said the repairs to the sewage system will only contribute to drainage Were not going to get it fixed over its going to take Chapa Its really bad that the problem has gotten as big as it but weve got to start doing something about NBU officials explained that deteriorating sewage pipes in the West End allow thousand of gallons of rain water to infiltrate the system That rain water fills the system and has caused raw sewage to back up in to homes and yards in the predominantly Hispanic Chapa said he would like to com bine a bond issue for West End drainage needs with issues that will benefit the entire He said New Braunfels voters will he more likely to support an issue that benefits other areas along with the West Bob NBUs general said a bond issue might be needed tor repairs to the 50yearold sewage systemAn indepth study of the system has pinpointed the pro blem Sohn said funds from last years bond issue flroflroFfijjl the study and covered expenses for preltattnary Its important that no one live in those Robert Orr NBU director Were going to be in parts of your neighborhood and were goind to be tearing up he We know we have to do Sohn said about the repairs that are estimated to cost more than We cant have the having raw sewage in the We know Page2 Brother BillArnold is council candidate Citing civic duty and a desire for a better Bill Arnold yesterday announced his candidacy for one of three atlarge positions on New Braunfels City Arnold is one of three hopefuls as of Wednesday afternoon who has filed with the city The council spots are to be decided in municipal elec tions April Known affectionately as Brother Arnold is a Baptist minister and independent Mar ried with three he served as pastor of New Braunfels First Bap tist Church for 18 He attended Corpus Christi High School and graduated from Howard Payne He also holds a masters degree from the Baptist Seminary in I have no axe to this city has been good to Arnold I am going to run because I want to do something good for my Since be is no longer serving as a full time he said he felt he could now devote the time necessary to serve on council without conflict or Declining to comment any specific issues in the early Arnold I want a harmonious coun I am not going to vote against my He said priorities must be set as to bow governmental are I am not going to spend money that we dont have Youve got to have good police and fire protection and good city the selfacclaimed hut progressive hopeful NB police question Universal City man in Colorado County By DAVID MAY Staff Writer New Braunfels police believe a Universal City currently being held in Colorado County jail on charges of burglary and possession of child may be respon sible for several burglaries and rob beries Additional charges may be filed here against Leonard of Universal City who remains jailed on bonds of for the burglary charge and on the pornography Felix chief criminal in vestigator for confirmed an investigator has been sent to Colum bus to question who reportedly has multiple relating to at least one offense committed Roque declined to disclose other information until if and when charges are Little was turned over to Universal City police authorities Monday by his sister for his own safety and the safety of the according to Charles Dewey of the Dewey said the man has served time at the Texas Department of Cor rections for a previous burglary charge and has been in and out of mental institutions over the Ive known Little for eight Dewey adding he needs close Little became a suspect in a Col umbus burglary after a 54yearold Otis Lee who told authorities he also has spent time in mental institutions and may have served time in Mississippi on a murder was found four blocks from the alleged burglary in a 1984 white Toyota pickup with a camper that belonged to Stevens was booked on the same charges and remains in Colorado County Little was read his rights before Universal City Municipal James Brister and held for Columbus Dewey said information from San Antonio police led to the notification of New Braunfels authorities as well as authorities in two other Universal Ci ty and San Antonio police are also in vestigating the possibility of filing charges against the In clerks shooting Grand jury indicts alleged assailant One of two men charged in the rob bery and shooting of a convenience store clerk last September was in dicted Wednesday by a Comal Coun ty grand Steven Jerome of San will stand trial on charges of aggravated A trial date will be set at a later along with Eddie also of San are accused of robbing the Diamond Shamrock station at Interstate 35 and Walnut last During the Arnold He has served as a trustee on the governing board at HPU and was a member of the executive board of the Texas Baptist He spent 12 years as the head of the Salvation Army and has pastored five churches in 40 We have a tremendous opportuni ty be adding I want a better The less lavs we the Thats an Arnold is Joined to the race by Doug an insurance and Dennis an investments None of the three incumbents holding atlarge seats on the council have ajonounced their intentions fox one of the suspects shot assis tant manager Robert Neely in the back as he tried to flee the Though crtically wounded and left to Neely recovered and recently returned to Alexander remains free on a The pair were apprehended early in December by authorities in Nueces County on robbery charges Cooperation between the two counties led to the transfer of the suspects back to Comal County to face aggravated robbery Simpson honored Memorial Primary School prin cipal Karen Simpson is one of 100 outstanding school managers in North America named by The Ex ecutive a magazine for school Simpson is cited in the Executive Educator a blueribbon listing similar to the Fortune 500 or the Forbes 400 for business and This years 100 are recognized for their excellent leadership and outstanding professional The Executive Educator 100 are highlighted in the magazines February Simpson was chosen for the honor by an independent panel of nationally recognized ex perts on school The New Braunfels Independent School District has known for the past two years what a wonderful principal we have in Were glad others continue to recognize her said New Braunfels ISO Superintendent Charles Its important for the principal to be the leader on a Karens campus reflects her leadership abilities friendly and always with the kids best interest first and he Simpsons campus serves first and second grade students in the newest school in I went into education because I like 1 like I like teachers and I like working with Being a principal gives you the ultimate opportunity to work with ail these Simpson Simpson is an advisory board member for the Danlorth Foundation And a CTfntfMT of the Congress of Principals at both the Harvard University Principals Center and the Texas 44M Univereijy Prijjejpiis She worked as a teacher in Col orado and in the North East ISP in Simpson San Antonio before moving to Austin where she was a teacher and then moved into In the mid70s she also was a cur riculum writer for the National In stitute tor Character Simpson holds a bachelor of science degree from Texas Tech University and master of education degree from Southwest Texas State She is a member of Delta Kappa the Association of Professional the Associa tion of Early CHJidjaood aad tlae Texas Elementary Principals and Supervisors She is active in her church and also serves on the NBISD Community Education Advisory Simp son and her have three children   

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