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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 20, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Cougar volleyballers win Page 7 New Braunfels Thursday 161 New Braunfels Herald Publishing 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377800 The third times we hope After twice being rained the Second Annual Cops Rob bers Softball Tournament will happen beginning at 9 The flyin by a Huey gunship helicopter has been but not to worry because the folks sponsoring the event to benefit Comal County Emergency Childrens Shelter have obtained he services of the Texas whose members will show up with an armored battle Anyone who purchased one or more of the Si tickets sold or the two previously scheduled but rained out events can get in with those If you havent bought a you can get one at Buy For LeSS Pats New Braunfels Police Department and the Department of Public Safety on IH as in New DPS Trooper Jim Shea came by to deliver the info and coerce a member of our staff to participate in the dunking which one of us will do There will IKa bunch of prizes given lots of food and soft were through the rain for a so be there Memorial Primary School gym nasium bais in its ii has even if it doesnt have real The class meeting in the siboors gymnasium last night ar rived to find three brown bats hang ing 11 oin the ceiling and support The class did Us thing and the bats didnt do much besides wauh Bats dont generally sign up for classes they Just like to hang around Humor has it the tiats weie after the little round candies en out Wednesday during the class The annual Comal County Fair picnic lor all directors and drovers and their families svill lie held m the Arts and Crafts Building on Sept r starting time is to p ni and family is to br ing sandwiches or whatever else they might want to eat Drinks will IKtarnished The Andreas Pape and Pauline Kappieman family reunion will bo held Aug 2i with registration begin ning at 11 a in and lunch beginning at 12 at the Senior Center at U2 Comal Each family is lo provide a meat and a vegetable or a dessert Bring sen ing and drinks Tea and coffee will The Comal County Sheriffs Posse will have its regular Old Tinier Hodeo at the Sheriff Arena on Mormngside Drive Saturday at 8 p m The posse had earlier planned an Old Timer Hodeo in but lhat was cancelled also because of ram and wet Calvin rodeo said there will be no admission to the grounds and seats Food and drinks will be available on the grounds Stick around after the rodeo and listen to the dance Mostly cloudy mornings can be because those clouds will clear and it will only get hot again in the after noon Highs are expected to remain in the upper 90s with south winds at about 10 Temperatures during the which will be will drop to the mid 70s and winds on Friday will be from the southsoutheast at about 10 The COMICS CROSSWORD Kit SFQSIS August 25 Cents One 12 Pages CROP committee H WORLD APPEALS Closed session called Councilmen say city manager is due evaluation The New County CROP Com mittee from the Throckmor cochairman for recruitment Peter chairman Gary publicity chairman and Rod Members not pictured are Bill cochairman for recruitment and Mark arrangements CROP walk planned here 9 New Braunfelsers have formed committee that hopes Io raise funds to augment a worldwide fight against CROP is a special project of Church World a nondenominational and nonprofit organization that fights world hunger through building public awareness of needs and fund raising events such as CROP The local committee is planning a CROP walk ten tatively scheduled for 15 An organizational meeting will be held at August in First Protestant Church CROP gifts are used by CWS to meet human needs ad dressed in tarrge part by partner agencies on the People in more than countries receive much of which is deddicatcd to strengthening local par ticipation Untie fight against longterm problem solving and food water resource obtaining tools and technology for vocational training and refugee assistance are some of the ways CROP events make a according to organizers Out of every dollar raised through CROP about 85 cents goes to support the direct service program Fully 25 percent of the money stays in the local community for hunger action In more than million was raised through CROP events across the United Church World Services is a division of the Na tional Council of Fiesta Mexicana Historica taking place this weekend The Mexican American Heritage Society is hosting its second annual Fiesta Mexicana Historica this weekend at the New ISraunfels Civic Saturdays entertainment will begin with a dance by Felix iind his orchestra from to a in with Hlanca Santos of KMOLTY as mistress of ceremonies Queen Clarissa Garcia will be crowned about lo by George Princess Darlene sull be crowned by Mayor ProTern Ramon Chapa and duchess Melissa Aguirre will lx crowned by Tom executive vice president of Greater New Hraunfels Chamber of Commerce on the doors will open at and there will be free admission to the Heritage Exhibit Maruichi Cardenas will provide along with Rosie y Uis Food and beverage booths are provided by Mary Paniagua and members of the Com pania de Danza and Graciela Garcia and members of La Mujer Tejana At Maria Louisa Camacho de will present u style show of Mexican regional dress modeled by local youngsters Wallet Folklorico Intaiuil and Compania de Danza Folklorica will present dancing and at 7 Los Her manos Farias will play for a dance that will last until 11 Dan Garcia of KMOLTV is master of ceremonies Heritage Exhibit history includes local items and stories about the history of Mexican Americans in Com al County Daniel svas born in Mexico on April and came with his parents Felix Campos and Juanita Trevino Campos to Castroville on May From 1926 to he lived in Seguin where he was a minister for Jerusalem church for several years before coming to New Braunfels On May he started Iglesia Santa Pentecostes de on the corner of Lee Street and Plum which is still at the same When he was Campos worked for Charles Timmermann on his farm for about six years and remembers working on the farms of Arnold Link in Seguin and Pablo Alves in planting crops and picking He married Refugia Barrera Campos in 1926 in They had no children and she is Campos married Josefa Salomon Campos in 1927 in Seguin and they had two children Juanita Campos Correa and Rebecca Campos Juanita also is Campos then married Eulalia Unas Campos in 1936 in Seguin and they had eight children Esther San David Esmerelda EJisa Cam pos Ortiz Esperaza Daniel Cam pos Domingo Eulalia and Marcos All were born in Eulalia is Campos married his present wife Maria Beacomo Campos to 1957 in Seguin and they raised Sylvia Gutier a Saturday Dance at New Braunfels Civic 10 Saturday Queen Clarissa Garcia and her court will be Sunday Free admission to Heritage Mariachi Cardenas and Rosie y Los Muchachos Food and beverage Style 7 dancing by Ballet Folklorico In fantil and Compania de Danza Evening Los Hermanos Farias dance until 11 By OAVIDMAY Staff Writer City Council members will review and evaluate the performance of the city manager in an executive session preceding Mondays regular council The review of City Manager Joe Michies performance was requested this week by several council members in light of recent allega tions and improprieties in the Public Works department that has so far resulted in the resignation of the department head and administrative leaves of absence for two We had planned on doing that evaluation later in the year but on the basis of some of the problems recently with the public works department we thought we should go ahead with it said Mayor George Erben Michies performance evaluation would be the third such review this year by Council gave Michie his annual evaluation in January at which time which included former members Barbara Tieken and Max fully supported Michies Council met with Michie in closed session in May to discuss several con troversial letters of understanding signed by former Mayors Tieken and present District 3 councilman Ed Michie at that time said he considered those which spelled out the city managers expense allowances and severance void and said he would not seek such letters in the Council took no direct action at that See Page 2 Otterpohl pleads draws 10 years probation A Comal County man arrested in February on an organized crime indictment rendered in Guadalupe County was sentenced to 15 years in the Texas Depart ment of Corrections after pleading guilty to the charge Donnie Bill of Route Box pleaded in Guadalupe County State District court along with Benjamin of San Paze also received a 15year prison term on the organized crime Anderson was arrested at his home following his February in dictment on a charge that he par ticipated in a large illegal am phetamine manufacturing laboratory operation in Guadalupe Anderson was one of at least 10 persons arrested in connection with the methamphetamine manufacturing operation follow ing a twoyear investigation by Texas Department of Public Safe ty narcotics officers and Guadalupe County sheriffs in A Canyon Lake man pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges of at tempted murder and received a 10year probated sentence in addi tion to 30 days jail and Thomas William of Route Box pleaded before Judge Charles Ramsay in the 22nd State District Ramsay ordered Otterpohl to serve 30 days in county jail on a work release program where he will be confined on He was also ordered to pay slightly more than in restitution charges to the Otterpohl is the father of Tanya of who was stabbed to death last Her murder has not been solved after a suspect in that case was nobilled by a grand jury and turn ed over to Immigration and Naturalization Service authorities for deportation to See Page 2 CIS D expects tax hike for 198788 Daniel Comal ISO officials expect a tax hike for the coming year to help off set a drastic cut in state Abel CISD business said Tuesday that even with an anticipated 6 percent the school district likely will have a decrease in state Campos estimated the school district will receive less in state aid than it did last He said that considering the district has about 314 new the district will be receiving about less than it would have under last years District officials said enrollment is expected to be about students when school starts in the values went but locally they went Campos Since in our case values went up and they went down were expected to pick up more of the The CISD problems are the same as those of the New Braunfels school New Braunfels ISO approv ed a percent tax increase earlier this summer cover the increased local fund CISD BjJJ Brown said the wMch offers a 3P percent hpfljesteaol exemption a large amount of property agricultural fhje cer tified land value to cisp by million during the last The bottom line is our values went up but thats not going to help That million is not going to generate additional Cam pos We do anticipate a tax increase but we havent decided how much U will 1 anticipate an increase because of a decrease in state aid and an increase in the local fund Assign the business manager Since CtSD is considered to be Im sure we will have to bear the brunt of whatever the state The school districts budget during the 198687 budget year about Campos said that figure have to be higher for the coming Its going to hive to m because of teachers Right were paying state base we re going to have to go hf Although a budget for the coming fiscal year laas not beep draftS CISD will hold a budget bfajrii Honday at Fritter Elementary The hearing will be open tne pMbJjg to ajjpw dSO elected officials to Brown jhis ministrative offices have ed mm people trytef fa fit Ftp   

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