New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 30, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 30, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 30, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels iii Vol 134 No 168 Sunday August 3U 1987 50 Cents New Braunfels Herald Publishing Company, 707 Landa St New Braunfels, Texas 78130 (LISPS 377 800 'age Cops & Robbers The stammtisch above is in Kichard A Mittwede who works tor Jerome Nowotny at the Bavarian \ Mage Restaurant in New Braunfels Richard says I am no artist, hut my boss is The table here is a facsimilie of the IU business desk at which occur many communications we re sure Richard call Jim or Harold at tv’.* y144 to claim your fr»»e lunch on Harold /.eitung (curse we figure you might have already selected where you want your free lunch hut st) far we haven’t been to Bavartan \ ill age with any of our stammtist Ii artists VSe re running out of station Use bes tolks get out the pens and pencils and send your version of what is a stammtisch and it could t*e almost anything that serves as a meeting place for friends and roughers to Harold s Stainmtw t* search 7u, banda New Braunfels Texas .Hi ic When we use your stammtiv h drawing and you see it in the sunday paper t all us and * *>l lect your tree meal Those whodidn t already know d*. rum James (it xxii* re ad has sold Henne Hardware store on San An tonio tt» Rotiert Sehlma a formet Baytown resident who thns* months ago moved to New Braunfels with his wit** anti three children 7 tHSm V r' sr * 'n rn ■* * , *    —    —•»-- —•*    -. an U-A- ^-- • n■ vthread will keep an offict •    . rood fH«»r of tire tvuUding rom lf ere tend to fits other in effluents aud business Jeu I in. ie sa hi he intends to stay at tut la- effort !«> rev Ital lie Now Braunfels ikiwntown and lx*j>« tamer -utile gout] ideas toward !. I win . tit* travois to WasHi *. > t in mid soptemU-i Ho a.. it tie tearful when he came by harold > Ola*e last week lo to:! Iho nullo* will remail trie san « Hotino Hardware suii-ethn g Ii • vavv aas imperative tot an t i st button hive Menno Mal*1walo as ti business schinta tuts worked Im years as a * tintractot and svipiiitct for it >t 4 oat Kin of oilier t >. dings anti eventually hts training til thai kind of work wiii fa* re*it** ton sn the produt Is alii* expertise tfte stole of tors it wa* tm* community more than tho store mw Bot* about wfiv h»* t hose Henne Hardware as fits choice lot a new Itusioess venturi We leo me to Now Hr armlets lea St bima and tan.dv i atoll aud I undy, Reyna ti spout a whiie away from home have returned to Now Brauntel bvt* with 11 it* 11 ll Hit a I co Ion* in- StAMMtlHH Fate JA An even i ham c foi thunderstorms exists throughout the day today with a high near 90 and an ovei night low in the low 70s (lur grass and guidons will Im on couraged by a continuing t hance !t»r precipitation through Monday and into tuesday Winds will tx* easterly or variable Sunday and Monday Chance for rain Monday is w pet cent Ina of course that could change This is Texas aile! all I he Menu ACI IMI! Ii S    141 Hi IN!    bl CLASSIFIED    I    1?F COMICS    bf CROSSWORD    it I DUCA I ION    SI IN11RI AIN MI NI    /I KALEIDOSCOPE    I    41 OPINIONS ......41 SPORTS............ ll    141 Fellers: It's okay to run for sheriff so tongas you don't work for thecurrent sheriff By DAVID MAY Staff Writer Although county election filing' are three months away and primaries more than six months down the road the race for sheriff unofficially kicked off last week with the controversial firing of Sgt Kd Mullins Retired trooper and former sheriffs jailer Carl Davis Friday said the firing of Mullins sounded like the same song with a second verse Davis was terminated from his jai! position in ISH : soon after un pouncing hi' intentions ti seek the Republican sheriff’s nomination Mullins already a candidate for the I UHM sheriffs rue** was fired Wednesday for what wa'" called • creating disharmony and cornu sion among other deputies Mullins called the allegations farfetched’ and said lie txdiews his firing was politically induct'd Both Davis and TS-year Comal Countv sherif t Walter Hellers recognize Davis firing in 198 ’. being politically motivated Fellers win last week stated a person has a right to run for any office lie ehooses said Friday running tor sheriff was ‘ oka, so long as you don’t happen to b* working for the sheritf at the time You wouldn t want one of y our deputies running against you if you were sheriff would you no’ against the sheriff you re working for isk ed Fellers who is the elder statesman among active sherifs ■ the state I sure thought it was polite a iv motivated said Davis who finished in the 1984 primaries a runner up to Jack Bremer Bremer eventually lost to F oilers in one of the closes* sheriff s elections in Fellers carpe* He put me and nu w de ill a pret y good hind when he pulled that back then I rn not Hitter hut I will never forget it said Davis a non contender for th** upcoming Repubh* an berth Davis was retired and running a business ii Victoria after serving JI veals as Department of Public Safe tv ** *»oper Part of his duty was spent See OK £ Y Page 7 A Four persons reported hurt when car runs off River Road Police were responding to a report of a one vehicle mishap resulting in a car running off River Road into the i y pc )uth of the Initial report' indicated as many «four people wer e injured in the a*: dent occult mg at about 11 p rn •flyrd t v See MISHAP Pa cir * A Joe l um (top) I f Now Braunfels hot It a tut a mobil# bowtel#! can non on display at the Second Annual Cops A Robbers Softball Tournament Saturday at Comal Park Police Lt John Wommack prepares tor a dunking as one of the dozens of children on hand loss softballs at the trigger Decatur Padar Detector representative Henry DeVilhers (bottom *ocks a bb mph fast ball” delivered by Department of Public Safety Troop* ! Joe Fedor Proceeds of the event went to help uomal ( ounty Emergency Children s Shelter (Photos by Deryl Clark) aor** rub* Armed man handcuffs clerk, flees An employee of a New Braunfels convenience was left handcuffed on the fl<»o: after the store wa beret! Saturday afternoon shirley Pap** was alone in the Finn station at Inter Malt* a and Huisachc when a man with a -mwe*! otf shotgun entered the store anti ordered her to get or, th** floor behind tt>e counter lhe man then handcuffed her I u. > t * hind her back and emptied the cash r**gss*er I don t know how long it was before ge’ting help a.. I know i> fie t losed ti ** d«*>r and I counted real stow to. I make sure he wa* a ’fit* then I got «s the J*** wen* out Md** and hollered al a customer using the payphone h< help me Pat** said st*e said the assailant was a white male about average height and weight and had a black moustache I 'aw him walk im I said Hi* and he nodded she said adding that 'he didnt notice anything unusual attorn th* mart H* walked to the refrigerator section of the 'tore then tu. n rd around and point***! a gun at the woman Pape said she remained handcuffed until police armet at the store arid removed the handcuffs Her wrists a,elt bruised but she was otherwise unharmed I hen weten * a-turners in the store at the time 4>i th*, root < rv Pap* said she did not notice the type ut vehicle ’he man wa* it or which dire* Hon he came from She said she simply di* as bepaid like J good girl Th** woman remained on duty atter tin ordeal Then wasn’t a customer all afternoon and then after that w* were real busy she said laughing Police had made no arrests as of presstime Pap** said two employees remain *>n duty at Hie come nience store .unrig the night She said saturday s rot tx*ry made only the third in the last 14 years at Hie coin** men* e store 4)ii th** Interstate I access road Man is Hospitalized after Friday mishap one man was admitted t in* hospital and another was treated and released following a two-vehicle ae dent Friday morning < t v«" Seguin Street at IM‘7 Donald Leroy Nm kies 4< ol Schertz was listed rn good condition at McKenna Memorial Hospital The nj .ne' were unknown by a hospital I natuie of his n-jat I spokesperson j Steve Ai an s* ■’ * j Braunfels vc a' * * bruises Both were ins > * v I when .scott wile . ! Oldsmobile broad! Nicki**' passe* g**r New Braunfels P i pea red S* oft at tem f tr iffid i iintrn* , I I uMIL L Ut II I Ul I k I' , latlure to control h i fatiute to \ ield . of Route 2 Box Wilt in New ed afer treatment tor cuts and i*. a grinding two-car collis.‘.ai n rUH'< or)*i on Seguin in a -*hft rd N. kies jmhh Ford pickup on es^ Jimmy Castillo said it ap * to clear H<«* intersection as Hie . s hanging voott was cit*4*! t*»r * t**-d while N kies was Cited t< Brochure scam had merchants paying for ads (hey never got hr T IM VV A ll S and DAVID MA V Start Writers Viva law men a iv Used the a ie a * Br aunlels I mcot of th4>usau*ls of (b James Hue I a proje n footba ►liars Hudgins * logout toi a man who alleged t depicting the history of New id dupe !ocai advertisers 4rut Teachers relieved over policy change By SAH AM DUKE StaM Writer A group of New Braunfels feathers i' taking a sigh of relief txwause *>! recent action by the New Braunfels st h*x»l district s board of trustees The board has re nun ***1 what a numbei of local teachers called a dangerous provision from Hu* district s personnel appraisal mstru inent During most of Hu* 198. 88 sch**>l year. New Braunfels IsD teachers could be evaluated 4*11 the basis of whether they had a positive attitude about their work and their superiors That policy which was the district > addition to the Texas teacher appraisal instrument, changed this week when MMSI) ’n trustees .ulopted th* new appraisal criteria without including the portion teachers were op posed to The local policy had been in eltect since last October School board president Bob Self said Friday that the decision not to include the controversial portion of the ap pruisal instrument came as a result of a mutual agree ment lx*lween alt concerned “It was just that we had gotten a lot of teedback from a number of teachers and decided we didn t need it We didn t feel it was necessary That criteria is covered In other areas ” Self said Although one leachei was not of fered a contract last year largely because of the lot al ap praisal process the board president said he did not tee! the local policy had been abused Self said Hie criteria in the local additum to the appraisal instrument which looked at a teacher s proles stonal relationships supervisory relationships and ex traeurncular actu Hies were included in other parts ol the appraisal instrument required hy the state Members of the KB1SD Superintendent's Teachers \d visory Committee a group of teachers representing each school in the district drew up a resolution last May con cerning the appraisal instrument The teachers said they requested a provision in the appraisal instrument requir See POLICY, Page 2A v* anted on theft and I tau* warrants in Comal Medina and Dallas counties The pro ject Wits to th* an extensive 72 page tabloid which woul< document the history of I nicorn football In March of inn Hudgins met with New Biauiuei Athletic Du fetor m reel v about the project Me said tu* w anted to produce a history ut I nu01 football He had copies of publications tu* ha* done said Streety At the time he aas leg) checked around on hun and he was legitimate it was a good deal and the booster club wen money The I nicorn booster club would have 2 DOO copies to sc* 11 Street y wrote a letter author!/ mg I Ive salt* oi mg tor the publication I always write a dorseiuent tor out progt ains to prott t is ii that, besaiel lilt* project w.*s *lm* ti 198*. Atter that deadline was pushed hack to the ll Stieely bt**, ain** suspu tad Hudgins to confirm already lmute I thought id make received • of advents letter ut en Jill guys like he published the lu st of June was missed the next deadline st of July >us when he was unable to eon-a new deadline tor Aug I He contacted Ll Felix R'xju** .it the New Braunfels Collet Department in late Julv Investigators figure some Hi* to 90 lo* a: businesses bought advertisements arid lost approximately H : coo Folic* cont ac led eight such businesses and itidiv dual' to formulate a case and obtain un arrest warrant Similar scams arc* t>eing investigated in Bandel a Somerset Castroville Hondo and post *biv Sal', vt tom** Hudgins 7u, is described as a wh’ti male tis♦* tee! eleven inches tall weighing inn pounds with blonde hair and green eyes His most recent address i> an Austin listing Bill Nitschkt* the «*dttoi of tile S »ttier based advertise merit publication the Hill Country Trader, was hired by Hudgins to sell atis in New Br aunlels for the project Nitschke said he sold $9 non worth ol ads from New Braunfels businesses He only received a poi turn of th* I * percent commission he w a' entitled too ' It looked like a g* xxi deal. Nitsc hke said He had put out a number of published brochures on teams Apparently Hudgins had done a legitimate business doing work tor football powerhouse Odessa Permian along with several other schools with gcxxl football liadi Huns See SCAM. Page 2A ;

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