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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 8, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas U i L SC 8 Tv Page13A f i tij New Texas Five 50 Pages March ft 1987 Cents New Braunfels resident Marta Waltman is a lady with bright Oneof thdse ideas is this weeks terrific tip which is a part of a bundle of information we get each week from syndicated columnist Donna Salyers writes a weekly sewing column which is featured every Thursday in the Herald Wallmans tip Is great for those who sew with delicate fabrics The rubber Up on the end of a tooth brush is perfect for turning collar points on delicate fabrics without poking through a Good thinking Its for all the really old timers to stand up and be The National Institute of Health has proposed July 1 as National Cen tenarians In order to include all Texas centenarians in this the Texas Department on Aging and the Alamo Area Council of Governments Area Agencies on Aging are looking for folks whose 100th birthday falls between 1 aod 31 of this The department needs the following information full name birlhdate state and country of birth present address and of nearest friend or If a recent photograph should be To assist in the identification of a please contact Minni Bexar aging or Gene Bexar aging program at State Edmund Kuempel is handing out what the dapper politician is doing is looking for people who have property on the State Treasurers unclaimed property Approximately persons across Texas possess dormant accounts of or The list represents almost million in unclaimed Kuempel Iri case you come across your name on the call tollfree at 1 800321CASH In most the treasury will be able to refer people on the list to a financial institution which will help them recover their Kuempel said the treasury returned about million to rightful owners last More Edmund Kuempel news House Speaker Gib has ap pointed the representative to the Subcommittee on Budget and Oversight for the House En vironmental Affairs As a member of the the Republican will have some pretty serious He will be responsible for scrutinizing budgets of state agencies relating to the Texas Among those agencies are some big in cluding the Texas Air Control the Texas Conservation the Office of Gulf States Marine Fisheries Compact Commissioner for the Veterans the School Und the Parks Wildlife the Texas Radioactive Waste Disposal Authority and the General Office The subcommittee on budget and oversight will report its recom mendations for those agencies 1988 89 bienmum budget to the full House Environmental Affairs From the committee will submit its recommendations Uie House Appropriations Committee which is responsible for drafting the state budget for The Menu 4 women Kiiff in US 81 crash An Emergency Medical Services Technician attends to one victim In the while the driver of the Honda ccord At more technicians remove the victims from the Chevrolet Photo by Deryl By DAVID MAY Staff Writer Four women were held overnight for observation for they received in a two car collision Friday evening on 81 in front of West Point Pepperell Mill The accident occurred at All were hospitalized and listed in stable Helen of San Antonio suffered two fractured ribs and her Laverne of New received a gash to the forehead after hitting her head on the All appeared to have been wearing their The accident occurred when a 1984 Honda driven by Vivian of apparently failed to see the Fritz vehicle traveling west on the highway and attempted to make a left turn out of the entrance to the Fritz was driving a 1980 Webb and her Ruth of San both received closed injuries to their chests from the Webb also received injuries to a knee in the City manager service balance Firefighters with New Braunfels Rescue Unit had to use the jaws of or the to free Doegej A passerby stayed with Doege and tried to stop her head from bleeding while waiting on thyfire department and Emergency Medical Three ambulances two fire department units responded to the along with New Braunfels police and officers with the Texas Department of Public Witnesses to the accident said the Chevettes driver didnt have a chance to react as the car ap proached the entrance to the colliding with the Honda at prac tically full When are they going to put a light here When somebody dies asked one That location is notorious for traffic accidents with traffic coming off Interstate traffic entering and exiting the store and vehicles traveling at least 45 miles per hour along the They really need to put a light up said one of the wrecker at tendants at the No citations had been issued as of Friday Figures given in Fridays Herald Zeitung concerning revenues over expenditures of the citys sanitation department were ac cording to City Manager Joe The HernldZeitung regrets the The which centered around a meeting between Michie aril sanitation reported that the city realizes a profit of above The conflicting information was obtained through interviews with Public Works Director Fred Ryden and Finance Director Jim Jeffers by Jim staff New Braunfels City Council is expected to authorize Monday night requests for proposals from prospective private sanitation contractors to possibly contract with the city for garbage collection Michie said the figures contained in the account were apples and oranges and arent anything close to the real Jeffers Friday morning responded See Page 2A Family feud gj son at odds over water rights By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer What began as a family feud has erupted into a full fledged war over a water well on a small farm on Saengerhalle Kenneth Seidel said he has gone without water for weeks at a time when he and his father have Emil the said he has turned off the well supplying water to his sons but said his son broke into the pump house and tampered with the well and drained a gallon trough supplying water to his Despite a customers water supply being cut Guadalupe County officials say they are helpless in the During both Seidel men ac cused the other of throwing garbage onto each others Kenneth Seidel said his father tricked him out of thousands of dollars and cut an electricalwire leading into his Emil Seidel countered that his son is lazy and has drained him of his The feud is a civil matter and no criminal activity has said Guadalupe County Sheriff Melvin The well sits on Emil Seidels property and Harborth said Seidel has the right to turn it on and off as he Thats a civil matter between I Seidel and his the sheriff adding that the family quarrel has been going on for years and there is nothing his department can do about A number of years the mother and daddy got a divorce and were had problems with them ever Its been all civil matters between family Ive got a file of 20 calls or more from Har See Page 2A NBISD candidate Moore sees alcohol as main foes By SARAH DUKE StaH Writer E Keith saying the New Braunfels 1SD board of trustees could benefit from his became the third candidate for the District 5 school board trustee this I thank a broader mix of age representation is good for a school he At the certified public accoun tant has his own firm in New Braunfels and is the father of three NB1SI I have a concern first of the I have three children m the school district and 1 feel like every child in the state of Texas has a public education as long as they abide by certain established he Drugs and alcohol are probably the number one disciplinary problem we have to deal I agree with the Textbooks Keith Moore boards current policy of expelling students for drugs and alcohol and weapons on he Moore said once a childs problems develop to the point that he brings drugs or alcohol to the board has no alternative but to expel the I think tht is the only action we can take once that he i feel like its important that we take a strong stance and not waver from that stance once a child is found with Moore said the best way to deal with the drug problem is through education and not neces sarily He said he would like to see the legislature take a stand requiring curriculum about drugs and In the Moore said local parents and educators should do everything possible to help children understand the dangers ol drugs and I dont think i expelling is the best I feel like we have to do all we can to create an environment that is conducive to particularly at the middle school and definitely drugs are not condu cive to I think we need to find some way to prevent i drug use i and not just say you cant do Moore faces incumbent Rudy Reimer and challenger Jackie Schneider in his bid for Reimer has served on the board since Moore has lived in New Braunels for seven He is a deacon and former youth minister at the New Braunfels First Baptist He also is a member of the Noon Lions Moore and his Ann live at 265 Mittman Circle with their three AJeesa and I am concerned that we give our students an education that will enable them to enter the job market or continue their education whether at a trade school or in a he Moore added that because teachers are responsible for educat ing they should be provided with every facility necessary to help them do their job in the best possible The candidate said he is concerned about the school districts ability to keep up with growth in Its obvious that we have grown drastically in the past four years and are continuing to grow We cant wait until growth occurs and then react to he Moore added that he thinks the See Page 14A CISD board to get recommendations from review committees Ajfter months pf review and con Cornel ISOs textbook committee has made its Carol CUSPS curricujujoi said Friday one of the most impprtanl selections is a series of reading hojjks for in kin dergarten through Jhe eighth Provided the CISJD school hoard approves the the district wiH the new textbjapks and they will remain in local schools for the next sis The emmUsi select ma4e by a textbook publishing tiall saijj shf is with thf cojqnjgny and feels it wjlj provide The skjis md objects the bjQkj aje along the toes m eiesaents mimm to n PJtog by requiring ajUi coyer certajn HaJJi said she thinks the quality of essential elements were Publishing companies monitor chinges in toe Texas education system and tailor their books to meet changing neepX Hjtt She added that is Jhe tergest purchaser of in the is a required subject for through Jhe eighib sajid seiecttoi of the readtog is the djtslriei jupi kesp the readers for sff iQng aji4 they wiJJ gfeci ojj way children The committee liked the q of the stories adjing the stories deal with sujsjects students can understan4 ajftd enjoy Rmdjng teachers from the school district hid M bjg4 j thje Etch texttok member represents Hall saidThose form subcommittees to gather input from teachers in their also Texas health and several other CiSDs textbook selectio like every other il its kjnd in the waj given a list of textbooks spproyecl by the To receive school districts mijst thejr ch4pgs ko pgs on the school djsjripi is ajj setecfton per 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