New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 28, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 28, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 28, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas The Hustlers, Football 'fiZcoming in Sunday's HZ New Braunfels iiV Vol 134 No 167 Stammtisch LIZZI!——ZI--IZZD Is ll 1.1Ii yet t'li ll '.UH* stills lsk«* it vaith a 4(1 percent t hance of thundershovers continuing through tomorrow and highs exjx** ted to reach oui\ tlu* ui>|K*i Kus vt*it that s right Has Northeast winds will prevail today between IO anti 15 mph turning easterly tonight anti Saturday at about » to IO mph    Nighttime lows will In* in the    upper    Ms    The outlook (or S unci av through Tuesday shows partis clouds skies sunday and Monday anti int leasing clouds and rain chances on Tuesday Highs w ill reach the low 90s and lows will Im* again in the 70s I he Menu CLASSIFIED    2    SB COMICS    8A CROSSWORD    3A DEAR ABBY    IB ENTERTAINMENT    10A OPINIONS    4A RELIGION    5    6A SPORTS    9A New Braunfels Herald Publishing Compo' y 707 I anda St New Braunfels, Texas 781 30 (LISPS 377 800) Friday August 28. 1987 25 Cents ions 18 Pages Wet work lex as notaries will assume important new responsibilities on sept I under a new law that will change how a wide range ol businesses and professions us** notaries and handle official documents According to VV \ Kuhmann president of the Texas Notary Public Association the new law greatly enhances the professional status of the notary public Vt the same time he* said it imposes serious new duties on notaries and I NCA is concerned that notaries are informed of their new responsibilities The association In* said. "is of fertng a series of seminars around the state They u ll explain the new statute and how it affects notaries and their new relationship with the people who employ them in eluding hank'’ auto dealers real »■-.tate m in it I .ca brats among others The seminar^ ail! explain the st rn lei standards of accountability inc Iud mg how to avoid civil or i l iminal liability and the guarantees it provides for the autonomy and professionalism of the notary in dealings and clients and tm* genet ai public The aw Kuhnsam said is very sjn*ciftc at#out what a notary rn.iv .md may md do And a notary must tx* able to explain that to an employer who asks for something the law forbids That s something we covet t thoroughly in these seminars Notaries and jwrsotis interested in txvoming notaries ,»r* enc'ouraged Ic) contact the avx«ciatton about ar ranging a seminar in their city I details are available from TNI* A Pi Box J»*k* Austin I ex as , X. v> In » harles B«*rg«*i family prat boner is bac k at work at t ot Pan chi I Sh lierg**r suffered a heart af •a» k .it NU bt Tina Al entomb Hospital June .*4 which it vou have to have one as good a place as any w** supt->s* Anyway tfa* doctor is a* rcpt mg new patients and his long standing patients a tit. thought fie was still out of commission c an c.iufit on his m ,*v it es VV el* oil it back .fox tor Join tile P l A and make a dll lei enc** in urn schools’ I Pm* Pl A works on the lex al state and na buna! level as suppoilets and ad vin ates for all sc IKxiI children A our n mt»ersh;p will tie ne fit New Braunfels students in a lot of fin** .ci\' Any on** interesftsl in joining a parent tea* bet ass*x*iatlen in NBls!> should call Harriet sobber gel at hJS* **7i>7 V entral Texas VA Titers Association will meet at . p rn Tuesday Sept H ct tti«* Old Tdsh Matcliery Pommum tv Building U'hmd San Marcos » handier of i ommerce Building 'o:» i VV Alien Parkway Seguin writer < ecille Truss will explain i ow to Us** the VA i der s Market and guidelines for getting puhlisfie*l iii .arums publications Non members at** welcome to attend for a It dona bon h or more information call Linda Minim**! at to *. la, Comal solons deny CISC deannexation By SARAH DUKE Stab Writer Comal C ounty Commissioners denied a request Thursday to deannex a portion of Comal Indepen dent school District in Hays County The unanimous decision forces parents of children in the Spring Hollow Subdivision to either appeal the decision or continue sending their children to schools lh to a* miles away Joyce sommerfield. a .'spring Hollow resident and mother of a child who will begin kindergarten next week said this morning that she was not surprised by the commissioners decision but felt overwhelm ed by the c omal ISO s show of force Thursday I think Loma! put on a show Ail they were miss mg were the cheerleaders I don : know if we can compete with that But we '’ill feel Ilk** we have a g<xxl cause* she said The commissK)»ier> loc:'ion Thursday contrasts with the decision of Hays County Commissioners on Aug IT Hays commissioners approved the petition by sufKlivision resident^ seeking ’ join the Wimberley 'chool district GSD s tx>ard of trustees heard the residents request in May At that time the board decided not to change boundaries because it would set a precedent CI.sD s attorney assembled the district s top ad mimstratois to testify during tfn* public hearing about the educ abonai. social and economic benefits of leavmg the subdiv ision w ithm the district s boundaries Mate education codes require those areas be considered when a boundary change is pending Superintendent Bill Brown and five of the district s trustee*' were present at the hearing "We feel we are more a part of the limberly community than that of Ca ny on Lake or Comal County." L arry Sommerfield Deannexat^on proponent ISL) assume If the deannexation request were granted would lose the taxable value of re. > acre 'Ut sion and 21 homes Wimberley IM) venue about $39 (xx ti bonded indebtedness which represents the subdivision s share of principal and interest for the 1985 CisD bond issues taro! Hall. ( ESD s curriculum direc tor, explained the strung points of the school di-’r s educational program, which offers classes for vocational train mg and gifted and talented course - lur virtually ail grade levels Hall said the district is in compliance with the most re***nt state requirements for education Vve re constantly looking at ou** curriculum program and upgrading that, she said We lee! in Comal that we want to meet the needs of ail our students The sheer size of th* district makes a dif ference The larger the stat! the more we have to offer Harvey Pape GSD special sen ices director ex plained that the district makes every effort to a* commodate students living in remote areas He said See DEannex Page2A New Braunfels Utilities employees Paul Canty and Anthon* Gaytan get up * their ne xs rn won* wt e * do re; a C, re * are >r a eakmg water ’nam under Nacadoches Street at Caste Tne r v. ** n the water pipe was caused by anele*, trica charge within the son W r t* tr **> were working one of their pumps burned out ea. Q the men n a f » ut to f< Pari-mutuel horse races before Comal Countians in November elections <i necks Sheriff's deputy says his firing is political irt|S ii , I* * j f md I till if* ITA I K Mull Kell i t he of lf ii 11*. AT Mull tx** ai * leu for I ■ll ll. up I a,david may Stall Write* tomal c • runt y MtcriH Walt*! day denied an allegation that th va rdiiosday afternoon of a b* v ment veteran was politically mo sgt K«1 Mullins a patrol sujmt day and evening shifts wa*, fir**, for what Ila" bren des*. rifted disharmony among depulte Thursday said the sheriff fir**d I ti** plans to M't’k tfit* sheriff s coming ohs t ions It s all politically involve d said Mullins from his Canyon Lake home Thui > day evening His comment to me was that I fiad tx*en saying bad things alxHit turn but I v** iM*vet said anything bad atx»ut hun I have said some thing" need changing and ttiere ar** some things that n»*ed changing Mullin' said it I' common kno.* ledge that he will file iii Deceitit»er    th** sheriff' position on th** Rep ut) I lean th ket I ellers a democrat said f ciday he had not <tecid«*d yet whet lier he w ill '***k re election I haven t made up my mind .et said Kellers about re election hellers refuted Mullins comment' that the tiring was politic ally att ac lust saying ha: AT al In.' ha t been undermining his of ‘at* with th* -th* r trinities by confusing thm with f a I se statement' Kellers dec Im **'°)g!‘.< ai v 'Im-,'iia details or accounts of .ire alleged incidents e: ham . , **arot it and LII stay cleat 'ai l FVIiel'    Any man has a right to lo; .,f}\    .    *    want' Ullin' n*> (('lh j.x-' not want to stay r * i * L* ai I ta* wants an explanation its firing wa** * *! w riling why he fired me and I Aunt that i* is*** n*>vv said Mullins The former >erg« int said ti* has retained an at torney although ho said has ;h> intention yet of Mi’kifig legal re*, nurse Things need * hanging there I k..ow who has lx*en doing the j*>t) and who basti t and I don t w ant to s*** '*>m«* outsider come in and get the job 'lated Mullins He say' I have re*«*n creating disharmony in the sherif t ' depart mem nut I think that re a lit tie farfetched Kihru tHegins lh* mr the offices ol . aunt y commissioners in precincts one and two sherift i.A a'sesMir collector county attorney ami district attorney The filing deadline re Jan J at *> p rn according to County ( jerk Rosa* Bosetibury B * I RAVIS E POLING Stat* Write* Dan mutuel betting on horse racing will tx* an issue before voters in the November election A statewide referendum for a < oust national amend ment will be on the ballot as a local option to let Comal County citizens have their 'ay afxiut legalU e l renting on hoi '** racing Comal County Comm'sstoners Court addressed Hie issue Thursday morning with several p**op!e on hand to speak in fav or of the local opt ton • ommiHsioner J L FI vans made Ute presentation on pan mutuel renting saying that Hie Dutchman Dow us Kacett a* k at tile Comal ( ounty Kau grounds would tx.* considered a third class track under the c lasstfu at ions M*t by Senate Bill 15 The .senate Bill it the 'tat** residents approve the constitutional amendment would govern racetrack operation with a six membercommresion AA alter Schulle representing the Coma! County Cair Association said the asstk'iation would support .* local election and it the amendment is approved the association will tx.* geared up to have some of the first ra* **' w itll pan mutuel betting in the state Th** lexus Horse Racing Association als*) was represented at the mrefing by Susan Heaton who said the association 'upports the local option tx*ing placed tin the ballot Also Thursday commissioners proclaimed Aug J* a> Bill Schumann Day with a resolution honoring the retiring agricultural extension agent Is the resolution Schumann was recognized tor his contributions to the county, including his in Induction of Christmas trees as a cash crop here and his work in helping to establish the firs: Karmer s Mar ket in the county Schumann said he plans to stay in New Braunfels and stay involved rn civic activities During Thur sd ay afternoon s session commis stoners discussed the hiring of an independent ap praiser to appraise* the right of way acquisition tor See COUNTY Rage . A New Braunfelser presents work at Bangkok seminar I Rainfall totals Location  ............  Inches As of 10 a rn. Friday Lake Dunlap  .......  *.............0-20 Bulverde................  0.10 Sauder Farms (4 miles east of    NB)............0.30 Royal Forest (east county)....................  0.25 Canyon Lake Forest..............traction    more    than 1.00 Sun Valley (west of Smithson Valley).. ..    ..    .....030 Stonehouse Realty (Canyon Lake).................LOO Herald Offices ................  0.25 New Braunfels resident Stinson K Worley professor ol education at southwest Texas Slate I mvcrsity presented research at the biennial Language and Literacy in Asia Conference in Bangkok Thailand The conference was Aug 19 •Id Co-sponsored by the International Beading AssreiaUou the conference provided a forum lur researchers over the world conducting language studies in Asia The theme for the meeting wa' Literacy and Technological Development Worley, who has taught in the SAM Beading Specialist Program since its inception was chosen lur the biennial meeting because of psycholinguistic research he has been con ducting with J Chan of Hong Kong University Their current cross cultural study compares the perceptions of Hung Kong Chines** about com position and composition learning with their American counterparts Kor seven years Worley and Chan have kept a steady stream ol research data flowing between Hong Kong arui Texas with some I rex I par tictpaiits I lu* I S participants are Bom Califor ma and Minnesota, as w ell as Texas, to minimize regional differences Presentations at the conference are selected by an Asian jury of scholars in the field of literacy reading and language acquisition The fust word of our selection was received this past winier.” Worley said "Since that time we have been rushing to get the computer work finished in Hong Kong Only a piece of our cur rent composition data will be completed tor th* Bangkok meeting, he added How do research teams on opposite sides of th* glolx* get any thing done * "We have been very lucky Wo: ley said < > a work together begun when Dr Chan and I nu t when giving papers in Manila rn 19Hu Since that year our cross cultural research has expanded and w** have presented almost annually in sum* pan of the world ineluding H.«ng Kong London Seoul South Korea Dublin Ireland Tokyo and Anaheim, Cal When asked it the university 01 the govern ment pay tor travel Worley replied I am gia to answer this question I have never rove v< funds from the university or the government >i overseas travel released time es re,* arch assistance Like s*> many pro!* ssor> I pay my own way I have been fortunate to tx* asked t< speak and conduct st aft development o'lons over the country during off tim* and weekends This moonlight mg supports my love of in vestigating why Assails and Ann leans apt - u h learning and language in such decidedly unique ways ” Presenters in the LL A Conference this veal were from Pakistan South Australia Hong Kong england Canada Bangkok Singapore Japan Malaysia India the Philippines Chula and the United States Worley serves as the cur rent United States representative on the Language and Literacy in Asia Board ;

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