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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 26, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas Weather Juhe NBISD Water Watch Carnal up 116 Canyon Lake cfs down 186 Canyon Lake S280 cfs down 180 Canyon Lake down 42 Edwards up Coma River is high because the high Guadalupe River flow is backing up into the of the high lake Cranes Mill Canyon Park and Comal Park and all Corps of Engineers and Comal County boat ramps are closed and are expected to remain closed for about six Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy through Widely scat tered showers or thunderstorms over the lower Rio Grande Valley early this Highs Saturday near 90 at the coast and coastal barrier 90s coastal plains and Hill Country to near 100 Lows tonight in the 70s at the coast and coastal barrier islands to 60s and lower 70s WEST TEXAS Isolated to scattered thunderstorms much of area through Otherwise partly cloudy much of region tonight and Lows tonight 58 mountains and 60s elsewhere except lower 70s Big Bend Highs Saturday upper 80s mountains and Panhandle to near 106 Big Extended Forecast SundavTtiperfav SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy with warm nights and hots A chance of daytime thun dershowers southeast Lows near 70 Hill Country to near 80 along the Highs mainly in the 90s except upper 80s im mediate coast to near 100 southwest along the rio Texas Weather Scattered showers and thun derstorms lingered along the TexasNew Mexico border early today after storms battered central and south Texas Thur Thunderstorms and showers occurred today over far West the western South the southwest the western portions of the Trans Pecos and Big A ridge of high pressure over the state produced fair to clear skies throughout the rest of the National Weather Service On the weather service issued an afternoon tor nado warning for Galveston County after a funnel cloud was spotted near the Texas City But the twister and heavy thun derstorms in the area caused no As of Friday Rainfall totals Inches Sauder Farms 4 miles east of Royal Forest east Canyon Lake Forest south side 30 Sun Valley west of Smithson 40 New Braunfels Herald Landa Encino 2iOO Public Records District Clerk Civil Filings Gene Lopanec Gustavo Moncade and David dba Reynolds Feed Seed auto injuries and Divorces Tom and Karen Jane Roger and Sharon Jodey and Jeff Comal County Clerk Marriages Ellen Marie McCoy and Leonard Dale Laura Jo and Donnie Gene Smith County CourtAtLaw Conyjctions Judge Ron Prichard Shew Lynn Deatherage 8630 Fairhaven San Antonio DWI 180 days jail probated two years 30 days shock jail fine drivers license suspended one year Guardian Interlock program one year full jQhjvHamilton Stiles 10307 Open G Helotes DWI fine 60 days jail probated two Sandra lynm Jonas 1415 loma Alte San Antonio PWLJS fine three days credit time Arraignments Pface Raymond Sanchez criminal trespass Jfigltf Ramon Rujjz sub offense Pffyfferhind prison probation Q men Bsbjft TPfeuffer sen a San Antonio tQ Continued ffcrii Page 1 School Board President Bob Self told the patrons that the district in many cases has little control over its own expenditures because of state mandates since the passage of Mouse Bill a major education reform bill passed in He said the state requires teacher salary increases in many sets the number of teachers One patron told the board they should just say ho to unreasonable statemandated Walter Cadenhead told trustees that he doesnt want to cut any teachers pay but there are other areas where the budget can be As a self employed Cadenhead said he has made several cuts in his budget and his school district can do the same Smith told the board he cant afford to pay taxes in this city any Taxes are going up and up and up and it has got to Somebody has got to realize what is going he Karon an NBISD spoke up in favor of the tax She said the education offered in the school district is 1 am for the types of activities that are occurring in my childrens lives and the way that they have grown and been she I am so pleased with what is hap pening in their lives and my plea to you is to use your collective knowledge and remember that the bottom line really is not Its David Wiedenfeld told the board that other entities had to cut back their budgets and NBISD could trim its budget Preiss said she realizes that the oil crunch in Texas has hurt almost But the oil crunch wouldnt be nearly as devastating as what would happen if our education went she While some patrons said expensive equipment like computers are not essential to others said you cant go back to the slate At least one man supported the school districts request for additional saying he wants his children to have the best education NBHS coach Jim and William Kolodzie watch the Citizens of New Braunfels are interested in an education system second to We are also interested in getting the most for our tax Kolodzie possible so they will be able to compete in the tough job market of the I want my kids to have the best education there New Braunfels has turned out good students and good people and a lot of people move to New Braunfels for one thing the school said Jerry You think your money is getting you go in there and try to teach a first grader Youve got your put them in jail 10 years from now and itll cost you 10 times as much or you pay now and keep them in NBU proposes fall million bond election of unauthorized use of a motor His Terry asked the court for leniency in He testified his son has a drug problem and prefers to involve himself with kids who do but said a Fort Worth construction firm had offered his son a Terry Theis said he believed his sons drug problems could be Pfeuffer sentenced Theis within a minimum fiveto 15year range mandated by law for those with prior felony In other District Attorney William Schroeder had sought to revoke the probation of Steven of 1513 Eichen after Windham for a second time violated his parole Windham has been on parole for an aggravated robbery conviction he received here in October He was sentenced to a lOyear prison term and then placed on probation for the Since Windham was arrested in June of 1985 for public At that he avoided revocation proceedings by completing an alcohol counseling but he was arrested again and convicted in April in Comal County CourtAWnaw on a driving while intoxicated Pfeuffer continued Windhams but ordered Mm to dergo alcohol treatment at a Travis County facility and ordered Windiwn te perform m tours of community service Sex assailant By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer New Braunfels Utilities employees unveiled a proposal Thursday to issue million in bonds to finance a list of projects including a million surface water treatment Since the proposed projects were presented in NBU officials have trimmed more than million off the needed bond issue by proposing the sale of the utilities transmission lines and manuevering other money into the projects NBU board of directors voted to recommend to New Braunfels City Council that the bond sale be By keeping the bond sale less than NBU will avoid penalties imposed under the latest changes in tax laws and reduce its annual budget for the coming Jeff head of NBUs ad ministrative presented the proposed 198788 budget to the board for the first time Anticipated revenue for NBUs 198788 fiscal year are set at Thompson said that figure is up from million last The NBU staff estimates that more than million will be spent in the coming Included in the budget is a percent increase in operation and maintenance An additional amount will be needed to fund the debt service on bonds to be issued in NBU is considering selling its transmission lines to the Lower Colorado River Thompson said the sale could produce million to million for the utilities in the The sale would not be com pleted before the end of this he but would provide income for NBU at a later The million bond along with a reallocation of existing will fund more than million worth of proposed Thompson The sale of the transmission is several years Were using it to offset the bond issue because these things are going to take years to he said in reference to the nine proposed ere anticipating selling the transmission system but if it doesnt were going to have to come back after more Leading the list of NBUs proposed projects is a surface water treatment plant which could treat up to six million gallons of water per The plant is estimated to cost million and will be located on the Guadalupe An exact location has not yet been NBU officials support the development of the project to decrease the dependency on the Edwards Aquifer and to provide a type of security system in the event the aquifer becomes contaminated or is pumped Several million dollars worth of new water lines are included in the proposed The new lines would expand and improve NBUs system into areas surrounding New Braunfels including the Kohlenberg Road area where the new WalMart distribution system will be That pipe and booster pumps for the system will cost NBU about Other proposed projects including upgrading wastewater treatment systems and upgrading the sewage collection system on the citys west If the proposed NBU budget is approved by the employees will have a chance at a percent merit pay increase for the coming Thompson said the skimpy sum will be granted to employees who This is not an across the costofliving he The board is planning a workshop in July to take a closer look at the proposed Also during Thursdays the board approved an application to be submitted to the city council for potential grant funds available through the Texas Department of Community Affairs grant NBU is requesting a grant of approved the payment of for membership dues for the coming fiscal year to the Association of Wholesale The association is made up of the electric companies that purchase power from Trustee Bob Orr said the dues are quite reasonable in comparison to the amount of money the association saves the NBU General Manager Bob Sohn to serve as NBUs representative to the Association of Wholesale Board President Gene Mornhinweg will serve as approved a bid for a con struction contract for the Gruene Road and Rock Street water and sewage extension The board approved the low bid of from Montgomery of The bid was more than less than NBU had estimated County Continued frm Page 1 Commissioners accepted a bid of for the stone house on Mill Street located across from the courthouse The house which is owned by the county will be removed and the lot Roy a local home submitted a bid to the county which topped the only other bid of A Obituaries spokesman for Duelms business says that the cost of removing the house will be approximately to During Thursdays agenda workshop in commissioners court the ballots of the 1986 senatorial elections were queustioned nearly 8 months after the Roland Anderson of voting Precinct 10 claims that Bennie Bock and Judith Zaffirini appeared on his ballot when the correct candidate would have been Bill When challenged County Clerk Rosie Bosenberry did research of the ballots and submitted proof that everthing was in order in the three precincts in Other action by the commissioners included A New Brayflf els convicted of sexually assaulting a juvenile been released from the oJ Cflrreetionj Abel Garza Abel died June 25 in He is survived by his Julia Luna Garza of four Julia Adela Sally Robles and Abby all of one Larry Garza of j three MarceUns Qarea of Garza and Antonio both of New Braunfels one AngeUea Gareis pf New Braunfels five grandchildren and numerous nieces and Uonhardt Uubach Services will be June i JO in PtuJ Lytherifl Chursb at Mverie for LjonJigrdi Henry The Ray Kramer will officiate with burial to follow in Paul Lutheran Cemetery in Arrangements are under the direction of Zoeller Funeral of Box died in his home June He was born July in Seguin to Adam and Emma nee Stau zenberger He married duetts Jewel Bigby in im in The farmer and raneber had lived in Bulverde for 36 He was member of the Lutheran Chunk ire Jewel Laubach of Bujverde a of Bulverde Memorials may be made to the American Heart Edith Gillespie Edith Fern Giljespie of New Bramfels died June in Nw Medical Center in San Services will be Monday in Garden Villas United Methodist Church in Arrangements are under the of Niday Funeral Home in She is survived by her Thomas of New Braunfels Andrea Perron of yano Dexter amespie of New Briunfels Thomas GJUfspje Hi of Canyon Lajse Wofidje Mjihjws of Ssij Antonio and YaUie AJphin of Hardta and three authorization to the constable of precinct 2 to submit a bid to the Parks and Wildlife Department for the purchase of a used patrol approval of an expenditure of over for courthouse the appointment of Tom Purdum to the Comal County Industrial Development presentation of the Comal County Historical Commissions endorsement of request for FEMA map appointment of Wallace Stahl as Loss Control Director for the approval of a variance to Bruce Fletcher to install a septic system for his final approval of Lackey Sub Unit 1 extension of letter of credit for Summit Extension Phase IV in Precinct acknowledgement of receiving monthly fee approval of all endorsement of Tax Assessor CoUectpr glori ciennans proposal for centralized The endorsement was given by com missioners after some discussion and expression of support for her i Jifew HMU lioYlJM ef rektejy v KtiW Wedjegdjy in fhe 307th or Police Report lar wstofl to at w Jbe m Wsefc el Sswtb vm valued at a frojjtafroji IQJ gsgrof of i m west tetem l m flte Arrf WedBMday is Wwk of West San m Phgriej t to xo fee 1QP my of
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