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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 30, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels 168 New Braunfels Herald Publishing 707 Landa New Braunfels Ztiiuno Texas 78130 USPS Sunday August 50 Cents Four 42 Pages IT TT The stammtlsch above is by Richard who works for Jerome Nowotny at the Bavarian Village Restaurant in New Richard I am no but my boss The table here is a facsimilie of the BV business desk at which occur many were call Jim or Harold at 625 9144 o claim your free lunch on Harold we figure you might have already selected where you want your free but so far we havent been to Bavarian Village with any of our stammtisch Were running out of stamm so get out the pens and pencils and send your version of what is a stammtisch and it could be almost anything that serves as a meeting place for friends and neighbors to Harolds Stammtisch 707 New Texas When we use your stammtisch drawing and you see it in the Sunday call iis and col lect your free Those who didnt already know do James Goodbread has sold Henne Hardware Store on San An tonio to Robert a former Baytown resident who three months ago moved to New Braunfels with his wife and three Goodbread svill keep an office on the second floor of the building and from there tend to his other in vestments and business He said he intends to stay active in the effort to revitalize New Brauntels downtown and hopes to garner some good ideas toward thut end when he travels to in midSeptember He was a little tearful when he came by Harolds place last week to tell us about UKdecision lo sell the slore The name will remain the Henne something Bob says was for an in stitution like Henne Hardware as a Schima has worked for years as a contractor and supplier for restoration of older buildings and eventually his training in Dial kind of work will be reflected in the products and expertise the store of fers It was the community more than the says Bob about why he chose Henne Hardware as his choice for a new business venture Welcome to New Bob Schima and famlh Carol and Cand having spent a while away from have returned to New Braunfels to live with their iJarltne See Page 2A An even chance for thunderstorms exists throughout the day today with a high near 90 and an over night low in the low Our grass and gardens will be en couraged by a continuing chance for precipitation through Monday and into Tuesday Winds will be easterly or variable Sunday and Chance for ram Monday is 30 of that could This is after 4CWITICS HA mmm si 71 68 M85SIW 3A HNKATIQN si Hi Cops ft Robbers Joe Lung top of New Braunfels checks out a howiztfr non on display at the Second Annual Cops Robbers Softball Tour nament Saturday at Comal Police John Wommack prepares for a dunking as one of the dozens of children on hand toss softbaiis at the Decatgr Radar Detector representative Henry DeVilliers bottom clocks a 65 mph fast ball delivered by Department ol Public Safety Trooper Joe Proceeds of the event went to help Comal County Emergency Childrens Shelter Photos by Deryl Clark Fellers Its okay to run for sheriff so long as you dont work for thecurrent sheriff By DAVID MAY S1aH Writer Although county election filings are three months away and primaries more than six months down the the race for sheriff unofficially kicked off last week with the controversial firing of Ed Retired trooper and former sheriffs jailer Carl Davis Friday said the firing of Mullins sounded like the same song with a second Davis was terminated from his jail position in 1983 soon after an nouncing his intentions to seek the Republican sheriffs already a candidate for the 1988 sheriffs was fired Wednesday for what was called creating disharmony and confu sion among other Mullins called the allegations farfetched and said he believes his firing was politically Both Davis and 35year Comal County Sheriff Walter Fellers recognize Davis firing in 1983 being politically who last week stated a person has a right to run for any office he said Friday running for sheriff was okay so long as you dont happen to be working for the sheriff at the You wouldnt want one of your deputies running against you if you were sheriff would you not against the sheriff youre working ask ed who is the elder statesman among active sheriffs in the 1 sure thought it was politically said who finished in the 1984 primaries a runnerup to Jack Bremer eventually lost to Fellers in one of the closest sheriffs elections in Fellers He put me and my wife in a pretty good bind when he pulled that back Im not but I will never forget said a non contender for the upcoming Republican Davis was retired and running a business in Victoria after serving 21 years as Department of Public Safe ty Part of his duty was spent See Page2A Four persons reported hurt when car runs off River Road Police were responding to a report of a onevehicle mishap resulting in a car running off River Road into the Guadalupe River south of the first Initial reports indicated as many as four people were injured in the ac cident occurring at about 11 Page2A Armed man handcuffs flees An employee of a New Braunfels convenience store was left handcuffed on the floor after the store was rob bered Saturday Shirley Pape was alone in the Fina station at Interstate 35 and Huisache when a man with a sawedoff shotgun entered the store and ordered her to get on the floor behind the The man then handcuffed her hands behind her back and emptied the cash I dont know how long it was before getting all I know is he closed the door and I counted real slow to 20 to make sure he was gone then I got off the floor went outside and hollered at a customer using the payphone to help Pape She said the assailant was a white about average height and weight and had a black I saw him walk I said Hi and he she adding that she didnt notice anything unusual about the He walked to the refrigerator section of the then turn ed around and pointed a gun at the Pape said she remained handcuffed until police arrived at the store and removed the Her wrists Were bruised but she was otherwise There were no customers in the store at the time ot the Pape said she did not notice the type of vehicle the man was in or which direction he came She said she simply did as hesaid like a good The woman remained on duty after the There wasnt a customer all afternoon and then after we were real she Police had made no arrests as of Pape said two employees remain on duty at the conve nience store during the She said Saturdays rob bery made only the third in the last 14 years at the conve nience store on the Interstate 35 access Teachers relieved over policy change By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer A group of New Braunfels teachers is taking a sigh of relief because of recent action by the New Braunfels school districts board of The board has remov ed what a number of local teachers called a dangerous provision from the districts personnel appraisal instru During most of the 198788 school New Braunfels 1SD teachers could be evaluated on the basis of whether they had a positive attitude about their work and their That which was the districts addition to the Texas teacher appraisal changed this week when NBISDs trustees adopted the new appraisal criteria without including the portion teachers were op posed The local policy had been in effect since last Oc School board president Bob Self said Friday that the decision not to include the controversial portion of the ap praisal instrument came as a result of a mutual agree ment between all H was just that we had gotten a lot of feedback from a number of teachers and decided we didnt need We didnt feel it was That criteria is covered in other Self Although one teacher was not of fered a contract last largely because of the local ap praisal the board president said he did not feel the local policy had been Self said the criteria in the local addition to the ap praisal instrument which looked at a teachers profes sional supervisory relationships and ex tracurricular activities were includes in other parts of the appraisal instrument required by the Members of Ove N31SP SupermteAdents Teachers Ad visory a group of teachers representing each school in the drew up a resolution last May con cerning the appraisal Tlu teachers said they requesjted a provision in the appraisai instrument requjLr Man is hospitalized after Friday mishap One man was admitted to the hospital and another was treated and released following a twovehicle acci dent Friday morning on South Seguin Street at Donald Leroy of Schertz was listed in good condition at McKenna Memorial The nature of his injuries were unknown by a hospital Steve Alan of Route Box 681C in New was released after treatment for cuts and Both were involved in a grinding twocar collision when who was northbound on Seguin in a 1968 broadsided Nickles 1986 Ford pickup on Nicklespassenger New Braunfels Police Jimmy Castillo said it ap peared Scott attempted to clear the intersection as the traffic control light was Scott was cited for failure to control his speed while Nickles was cited for failure to Brochure scam had merchants paying for ads they never got By TIM WAITS and DAVID MAY Staff Writers Area lawmen are on the lookout for a man who alleged ly used the idea ot a project depicting the history of New Braunfels Unicorn football to dupe local advertisers out of thousands of James Buz Hudgins is wanted on theft and fraud warrants in Medina and Dallas The pro ject was to be an extensive 72page tabloid which would document the history of Unicorn In March of Hudgins met with New Braunfels Athletic Director Jim Streety about the He said he wanted to produce a history of Unicorn He had copies of publications he had already said At the time he was legitimate l checked around on him and he was legitimate 1 thought it was a good deal and the booster club would make The Unicorn booster club would have received copies to Streety wrote a letter authorizing the sale of advertis ing for the 1 always write a letter of en dorsement for our programs to protect us from guvs like he The project was due to be the first of After that deadline was the next deadline was pushed back to the first of July Streety became suspicious when he uas unable to con tact Hudgins to confirm a new ueadline for He contacted Felix Roque of the New Braunfels Police Department in late Investigators figure some 80 to 90 local businesses bought advertisements and lost approximately Police contacted eight such businesses and individuals to formulate a case and obtain an arrest Similar scams are being investigated in Hondo and possibly San Antonio is described as a white five eleven inches weighing 160 with blonde hair and green His most recent address is an Austin BUI the editor of the Sattlerbased advertise ment publication the Hill Country was hired by Hudgins to sell ads in New Braunfels for the Nitschke said he sold worth of ads from New Braunfels He only received a portion of the 15 percent commission he was entitled It toofeed like a good Nitschke He had put out a number of published brochures on Hudgins had done a legitimate business doing work for football powerhouse Odessa along with several other schools with good foojljajl tradi
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