New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 6, 1987, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 06, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Weather NBISD Water Watch Comal River................... 605cfs (down ll) Canyon Lake inflow.......... 1,380 cfs (down 63) Canyon Lake outflow......... 5,080 cfs (down 30) Canyon Lake level........... 921.24* (down 1.72) Edwards Aquifer.............. 628.74 (down .03) Because of the hiqh lake level, Cranes Mill Park, Canyon Park and Comal Park and all Corp of Engineers boat ramps are closed. County boat ramps are not closed but boatmq is considered dangerous because of floating and submerged obiects. Forecast SOI TH TFX AS Partly cloudy skies with hot days and warm at night through Friday Widely s c a 11 e r e d t h u n d e r s h o w e r s southeast and along the coast will spread westward to the central sections on Friday Day time highs near loo except 90s in the Hill Country and coastal plains. WUST IF NAS:    Isolated thunderstroms also possible Friday afternoon Mostly sunny and very warm and fair lit night Fri day Highs Friday mid to upper ans except to around IOT along Big Bend of Rio Grande NORTH TFX AS: Heat advisory south central portions of North Texas through Friday Heat index range Pm to lie south central poi' •ions sunny and hot Friday Highs 97 to lo;? Extended Forecast Saturday Monday SOI TH TF w itll a diane and evening s h o w e r s Southeast plains High* immediate c Grande plat ( i i anile X alit of NAS Partly cloudy • of mostly afternoon showers or thunder u ore numerous ex is and coastal upper tins to near 90 oast Phi to ion Rio as and Lower ft lo . alley. ‘his to near loo lest outh Texas Lows m the uppei Hill Country low him mi mediate coast. 70s elsevv here NORTH TUNAS Partly cloudy id continued very warm Highs rom upper 90s to near ho rang 102 I WF thun< Plan ot hoi TF. NAS nils Pan i far vvi ( hance of Kindle. South ‘st Saturday cloudv with temperatures near seasonal normals Highs upper 80s mountains. 90s elsewhere except near 105 Big Bend valleys Lows Ohs and lower 70s except near t?o mountains Texas Heat advisories were issued tor part of North Texas early Thursday as the mercury was expected to climb to readings over phi degree mark National Weather Service oh ticials expected the heat index to range from 105 to IOO degrees in south central North Texas 'Temperatures were in the 70s and 80s over most OI the state In the Panhandle and higher deva turns of tar West Texas, readings were in the 60s The early morning extremes ranged from ho degrees at Marfa in the Davis Mountains to 85 degrees at Waco in the central Brazos Valley Southerly winds breezed into the state from the Gulf of Mexico at speeds between 5 mph to 15 mph. the NWS said West East and Southeast Texas and the coast were expected to be cooled w loth some afternoon and evening thunderstorms A few isoalated thunderstorms also were possible during Thursday evening The NWS projected lair to part Iv cloudy skies over most of the state, with highs t anging from the 90s to the loos The heat was expected to con tome into Friday with the highest temperatures occurring in North Texas The NWS also on'Thursday issued a heat adv isory tor Friday in North Texas Continued from Page I The Southern Association report was completed by a visiting team of educational experts in May but was not made public in its complete form until this week. Southern Association team members inspected both schools, spending time with the students to found out how the children felt about their schools The report reflected that both schools have strong student pride as well as enormous support from parents and the community The high school received commendations for its use of volunteers, particularly those who provided assistance in grading about 2.(KH) stu dent sample TEAMS tests Also commended were the new programs such as Olympics of the Minds and peer counseling. Several areas were cited as needing improvement The majority of those areas centered around a lack of space at the school. The study also recommended that curriculum guides be updated, something Turman said the staff will continue to work on The study recommended several physical changes at the middle school to update the facility The building, built in 1951. also was noted as an extremely well maintained building Karnau said improvements at the school are being made as quickly a> possible He added that the school district is at a cross roads as to build a new middle school or use new ly ac quired property for another elementary school He said the existing building is in good condition except for mostly cosmetic problems such as outdated lighting and ceilings VII ot these things recommendations tor improvement are ongoing There wasn't anything that was new They are lust things that frankly take time." he said The report recommended that txith schools should develop more clearly defined sex education curriculum Karnau said sex education at the middle school level consists of teaching a tx) ut reproductive systems in science classes as a matter of life science He agreed that the cur riculum needs to be improved hut said it will take a major effort on the mended the special education personnel for their enthusiasm and noted that student behavior in the program is good The study also noted that the dudent-teacher ratio in the middle ichool s special education program s high and that functional lesson )lans do not exist The study team nembers noted that access to the special education area needs to be improved to accommodate physical Iv handicapped students Karnau said since the special education program is on the second floor of the building an elevator would need to be installed to make access possible for students in wheelchairs. "In the years that I have been here we have had only youngster in a wheelchair and that's been :?h years. " Karnau said He add ed that tin* matter w ill need to be considered by the district's long range planning committee Also cited as an area of concern at the middle seh(K>l was the tact that the percentage of minority statf members is far lower than the percentage of minority students In the school district as a whole, less than IO percent of teachers are Hispanic while 42 percent of students are Hispanic. The middle school staff was commended for being friendly and pro fessional and maintaining good rapport w ith students The study recommended that the district should recruit and employ more minority students as vacancies occur Karnau agreed that more minority teachers are needed and he said he has tried to change the percentages, adding that three minority members joined the middle school staff last year "We consistantly search for the best applicants It increasing the percentage of minority teachers is something we really do work on. hut it's been slow " the principal said overall, the Southern Association study commended the school district on its effort to meet the changing needs of students The driver and traffic safety program at the high school did not even receive a recoin mendation for improving any thing Faculty members from both the high school and middle school work ed throughout the 1986-88 school year to complete the self study which the visiting professional used in its accreditation visit Teachers divided into committees to study their areas of expertise as well as to consider* issues such as community involve ment and facilities Lucille McDavid Neuse, who serv ed on the steering committee for the high sch(x)l self study as well as chaired the committee studying the school's history department, said the study was benefitial to the teachers involved Although teachers spend numerous hours in committee meetings evaluating their own per formative as an educational facility she said the study improved the teachers sense of pride in their school and forced them to find ways to improve the schixil State to help in search for teen's body AUSTIN \P Two state agen vies were slated today to join the search tor the remains ot a 17 year old youth who was washed away two weeks ago by the rampaging Guadalupe River Gov Bill e lements office announced John Frankston Jr has been miss mg since July 17. when floodwaters swept away a busload ot Dallas area church campers returning from a camp near Comfort The youth last was seen helping others to safety during the river s worst flooding in 55 years The bodier of nine other teenagers were recovered from thee river and ?;? peo pie w ere rescued Bankston’s lather John Bankston Sr . on Monday visited with Hillary Doran, the governor s chief of staff to ask for the state's help in finding the body Reggie Bashur. Clements press secretary on Wednesday said the state Highway Department would assign heavy equipment and crews to search debris piles along the river banks today and Friday The t exas Forest Service also will donate equipment for the search ll there are no results on Monday and Tuesday the Texas Association of General < out radars has agreed to send in volunteers and equipment to continue tFit* search Bashur added part ot parents and the c It s something that lh Obituaries done It s real need to tx* sun that will work principal said is tin.) important giam into exis listening to tFit We ll be workii is going to bio. ky set ammu! needs round sex e aly rn w it hi * of thiv Alphons John "A!" Leissner Mein community t>elong to tin \nother s lot ut attent lev el w as depart men! Hon common Atter at community ajee! which in at the mu tie special Tho Soothe! d that pt tin tty to tie >4) w e jrogram e school ducat ion sh nro * ti pi" >U! I ll st parent s att This rom the schools boo Faith Continued from Page I wife. Isaura Guerrero will tx* time of coming to terms atxiut the illness and death I don t cry Sometimes I wish I eould just get it out,' Guerrero said adding that the first lew mon tbs after learning of his illness, he had the whx me ’" attitude and couldn t accept it I didn't wan to believe that I had it he said His wife and tam (lur itch supported mr learned to face til Guerrero turned those I energy which Fie hopes wi I ness and re We mad mg to go pl; anything Nation .it th« you re youn vou re gown i the had time tuat ion and tie ba lder emotions intl I open eyes atx>ut conduct e hen he r« Now we ut* rrem d lint The Guerreros said their 4 Anna ?2 Richard 24 »i helped them and supporter trying to locate other \Ls similar illnesses in the sui it is gixxl to (ace tlx* probU feelings and ideas Fven lr Alem like how lo i * us ii of hand muscles of shower Those thing I about with people w ion and who know ho ' victims eventually I The mind ie pro! out rt I the four children nd David 20 ha them Now Hue rf >K lims or persons minding area He rn bead on and ex tie things he said ll vour teeth atter Mar ink- XL : he nills ilne- m fact the can \ urttig lie you to ret this think at land wt Guerieros attend they can ex* their tannin .apport Flange i ►out things did we kno efernng to stuns hi is with ( Wfx San An ►ti.el XI bt to talk Bul then communa ate X veloped through e their evebrov I ping in the eftor tx* used bx ALS * o pur tuns -an Xn Wi pro\ ating indix iduatizet plans tor each student Arrest mal urn* AL all Continued (rom Page I A ATA / tint started Seguin Min X!arvos remained actins recent ii *d his >>th year ut md operating his rauntels He was a d Protestant United where he sang in the • lo years and served council He was the the Comal County Cross and served as tan tor tour sear' im rn imp Alphons Leissner charter memtx*rship in the Klk** Lodge the New Braunfels X olunteer Fire Department Junior Chamber ot Commerce Sophienburg Museum (Treater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce and the Conservation Society For many years Leissner played banjo w Uh The Sex en < >w Is tor numerous chanty events Surx ivors include his w ite Nelrose Leissner one daughter. Rosemarie Gregory one son Layton Leissnei one brother Alfred Leissner ot Durnon tour grandchildren and two great -grandchildren involve Services are under the direction ot included Doeppenschmidt F uneral Home 'Tuesday scores of the alleged ii the coni us good in Ll Rudy Rubio on atter returning Fanny tow art who tx*gan phoning tile s flee Tuesday A sheriff s dispatchei evening reported receix in phone calls concerning t suspect “We had one call Iron posite sketch that gave i formation said Wednesday alterne to the sheriff's office w uh I >et I X barra and Satin) Justice of the Peace F issued the arrest warrant Wednesday and Pubic and X barra executed it around 2 p rn Sahm was not home when detectives arrived in vest) gators met with the mans tathei who phoned Sahm at th*-residence ot his motlier in law He was brought to the Royal Fort**-! residence by tho relative after alxrut an hour long wait Rubio credited the mails airest with releast* ot the sketch Bx late Monday and tuesday morning copies of the sketch had t>een distributed throughout the county and was published in the Herald Zeitung Tuesday Parents say Pentagon gunman thought he was Army General uim ta gem and was Dw w a-w edne ha 11 uc mat i tits mottler im Wallac e no VI int ally Mio! when rds rn the Pen I mental illness .dx»ut xx hi) tx* Mon Mi irk, Tx n I tx irnmg obi W lgsi s heart .mace their > w ii psy' s and ( was an of X. Flack anc bespit official md he ►utigsb w ll tare tm He husband hosp hiatr »nc»* w as under the Xrmx general vound Don .erox i X oui event yea telusion tx His doctor told us Dwain was very lgent and you wouldn't know tx problems Mrs Wallace tole "ters outside fiei Flume here sometimes tie had haltucina a tx) ut w bt) he w as transferred to a haitwux house af tv a rn [flop i )ttx w Flu Pent, guard at National nexer g. until tx* th Xr (lr \ a d not ion intel had repo Bu Hon: tit -oxoral month told hi Police Report Noxx Braunfels Police Wednesday afternoon arrested two South Carolina men on three thud degree felony charges after they were spotted drinking alcohol on an unlicensed premise The suspects according to police reports tx*gan confessing to several out of eount> robberies and burglaries A search ut their automobile turned up two pistols, a rifle and a sawed-off shotgun. numerous gold and silver coins jewelry and electronic equipment In Comal County Jail are Cecil Thud Martin, 27. and Billy Joe Ted der 24 A Pi year-old female compa mon w as turned over to Teen Connection officials after police made con tact with her father The girl told police the three had been stealing gas and other items to pay for their travels from as far away as Missouri The two men xx ere both charged with unlawfully carrying a pro minted weapon unlawfully carrying a weapon on a licensed premise and unlawful possession of a firearm by a convicted felon T h e \ were in agist rated by Justice ot the Peace K G Blanchard who set Fjonds total mg $105,000 tor both men Martin and Tedder each had several convictions out of South Carolina on armed robbery, dangerous drugs burglary and weapons charges, according to police Through their confessions, police have cleared at least one burglary in Katy and officials there and in F'ort Bend County are looking into clear mg other crimes there from evidence found by New Braunfels police The men were arrested in the park mg lot of a convenience store in the 12(H) block of West San Antonio Street ( l iminal mischief to an auto was reported overnight Wednesday in the parking of a restaurant in the 200 block of South Seguin Street Theft of a bicycle w as reported overnight Tuesday in the JOO block of NortFi Hickory Street The bike was valued at $87 Burglary ot a motor vehicle was reported Tuesday nigiit at a residence rn the too block ot North Houston Street Taken were tools and a tex)! tx)x valued ut $170 Attempted burglary of a residence early Wednesday morning occurred in tile 2<hi block ut FMst Commerce Street Nothing wa:, reported stolen l hell of a $200 barbecue pit was reported overnight Tuesday in the 900 bloc k of McGar Street A subject used a broken beer bottle Wednesday evening to rob a 17 year old man of $lo at a convenience store at Hunter Fioad and F'M JOO The victim was not physically harmed Theft of a 85 millimeter camera, valued at $4<hi was reported by a man Tuesday afternoon at a water park located in the JIH) block of North Liberty Street Burglary Wednesday afternoon of a non habitation in tile 14<H) block of Frieheit Road was reported Taken were a stereo and answering machine Police early Tuesday morning arrested Jose Saucedo Jr 17 of Routt* H Box 182 on charges ut burglary ot a motor vehicle in eon nection with an incident that oc curred in the 2<hi block of I s HI West Theft of a bicycle valued at lino was reported Tuesday evening in the (►(Mi block of ('reek I)rive Theft Tuesday afternoon of tools valued at $479 was reported by a business in the* 22(h» block ut In terstate 85 Kast Burglary of a motor vehicle was reported Tuesday morning in the (iou block of F'ast South Street Persons with information concern mg any felony crime are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 620 TIPS, day or night, and speak to the officer on du ty. Callers remain completely anonymous Crime Stoppers pays rewars of up to 11,000 tor information that leads to the arrest and grand tury conviction of persons commit ting felony crimes shot XX ai;.ice the shoot mg occurred directly beneath the offices of Defense secretary ( aspat XX Weinberger who was has mg breakfast at the time witll .secretary of state George shultz and Ll Gen ( olm Powell deputy to XX lute* House National security Ail user F rank ( arlucct said Col Mar vin Braman, a Pentagon spokesman I he three heard the shots but Pen tagon officials said there was no evidence Wallace was attempting to reach XXeinberger Wallace s parents said Fie never served in the military His problems began while he was in college when it was discovered tx* spring o i surv.nx tpokesm named ► iger mge 111 19. ountx in I ((near rested bervie looking i the store in lait lot ex wi I New . e 111 is subi in 191 e ( e Bier of a girl e lias remarried and irleans Gretna La a New i t) said W allac e w as ar Ho tor storming a sears let with a handgun and >r tils wile who worked at He later served twi months iggt ax ated assault Public Records Ar ratgnments Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace Judge R G Blanchard Cecil Thad Martin charges ot unlawfully carrying a prohibited weapon unlawfully carrying a weapon on licensed premises and unlaw tut possession ot a weapon by a convicted felon, bonds totaling $105.IMM) Billy Jim* Tedder charges of unlawfully carrying a prohibited weapon unlawfully carrying a weapon on licensed premises and unlawful possession of a weapon F>y a convicted felon bonds totaling $105,IMH) Jose Saucedo Jr burglary of a motor vehicle bond $5,000 Precinct 3 Justice ot the Peace Judge Fred Stewart XX es Bennett Jackson then of set vice bund$5(M) Brack Edward Jackson then of service bond $5oo Births Out of town Mike Churchman and Laura Kublank of Spring Branch 7 pound, I » ounce girl at Humana Women s Hospital on July to Grandparents are Craig and Karen Kublank of Spr mg Branch ;

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