New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 30, 1987, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 30, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 30, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Weather Water Watch Comal River..................... 396    cfs (same) Canyon Lake inflow................842    cfs (up 8) Canyon Lake outflow............817    cfs    (down    I) Canyon Lake level................910.1*    (up .05) Edwards Aquifer................. 627.97    (up .02) ‘Because of the high lake level, repairs to Corps of Engineers parks and several boat ramps are now taking place. Boat ramps at Comal Park and Cranes Mill Park are open, along with the western boat ramp at Potters Creek Park. North Park and Jacobs Creek Park are open for camping and portions of Cranes Mill Park are open to the public. Forecast    little day-to-day temperature change Tuesday through Thurs-SOUTH TEXAS: Considerable    day. Panhandle highs mid-80s. cloudiness with scattered showers    lows mid-50s to near 60. South and thundershowers through Sun    Plains: highs mid-80s. lows lower day. Highs Sunday near 90. Lows    60s. Permian Basin: highs upper from the upper 60s north to mid    BOS. lows mid-60s Concho Valley: 70s south    highs near 90. lows mid- to upper Port Arthur to Port O'Connor:    60s. Far west: highs mid-80s to Tonight, east wind near IO knots,    near 90. lows mid-60s. Big Bend: Seas 2 to 4 teet Wind and seas    highs lower 80s mountains to midhigher in and near scattered    90s along the Rio Grande, lows up thunderstorms. Sunday, w ind    per Sos mountains to the upper 60s becoming southeast near IO knots    along the river Seas 2 to 4 feet Scattered    NORTH TEXAS: Partly cloudy thunderstorms Port O’Connor to and mild Tuesday through Thurs Brownsville: Tonight, southeast    day with isolated mainly after wind IO to 15 knots Seas 3 to 5 feet    noon thunderstorms Highs 90s, Wind and seas higher in and near lows upper 60s to low er 70s scattered thundershowers Sun day. southeast wind near 15 knots    Texas Weather Seas 4 to 6 feet Widely scattered thundershowers    A    weak    stationary front along NORTH TEXAS: Scattered the Gulf coast combined with showers and thunderstorms conti-    unstable air to produce nuing south central, east and ex    thunderstorms over Southeast treme northwest tonight and Sun    Texas Saturday, while some scat- day Elsewhere, mostly fair    tered showers dotted parts of the tonight and widely scattered    Edwards Plateau. Hill Country afternoon showers and and the Coastal Plains thunderstorms Sunday Lows    Skies over the southern part    of tonight 66 to 69. Highs Sunday 86 to    the state were mostly cloudy. 89.    wbile the rest of Texas was fair to WEST TEXAS Partly cloudy    partly cloudy, according to the and a little warmer through Sun-    National Weather Service day Widely scattered showers    Afternoon temperatures were and thunderstorms possible main    mostly in the 70s and 80s with a Iv this evening Highs Sunday    few readings in the 90s over East from the lower to mid 80s. except    Texas and the Coastal Plains The to mid 90s along the Big Bend of p in temperature extremes the Rio Grande Lows tonight in    were a low of 68 degrees at rain the upper 50s to lower 60s except    cooled San Angelo and a high of 95 to upper 60s in the Big Bend    degrees at Houston valleys    Winds over the state were from variable directions with speeds in Extended Forecast    the > to lo mph range theueather Tuesday -Thursday    mm vice said The forecast calls for partly cloudy skies over West and North SOI IU TEXAS Variable    Texas Sundav with scattered cloudiness with a chance ut    showerSf b„t considerable thundershowers most sections    cloudiness and rain over South Tuesday through lhuisday l-ou>    Texas Highs on sundav should upper 60s north to near ho coast.    range from the mitWle 80s t0 near •os elsewhere Highs Ko- and ->>s    w with low s mostly in the 60s and WEST TEX .AS Mostly lair with    7,K Public Records District Clerk Civil Filings Mi i v laurels application I *xes Conmen Braunfels n I adv \ Maxes tm Divorces Count, Court-At La a Convictions Judge Roo Prichard Richard D McGu Lungtree Apt >    Ne' DW I >4 1 tine oil day: •wo years six days sh< dun Interlock Progran XI i rlr IV I ii atm Simi th na! Bank of Assets i at ion Am • No 21 Braunfels ail probate me year Bf .ne i ke .ew Braunfels DNM >l«o tv > jail probated two years Joseph Miller 4835 cl San Antonio. DNN I driver > license suspended one month 6o day s jail on weekends l>er<iy Porter Stubbs Route 2 Hex DuJ. Fischer DNM >55<i fine IO days jail on weekends Raymond Albert Hays j;»u2 west ( till st New Braunfels DNM HOO fine drive1!' - license suspended one year seven days jail credit time serv ed Arturo S Mata Route 6. Box 449 New Braunfels DNN I Sjou fine six days jail; driver’s license suspended one year Ricardo Martinez Salazar 142 Riven:rest, san Antonio HOO fine 60 days jail probated two y ears Jimmy Edward Renfro 9210 Friendship. Houston DNNLs >41111 fine three days jail credit time sen Okay Continued from Page IA here and he and Fellers had an amicable friendship that went back many years. Davis still carries a commission as a Texas Ranger “I am a straight-laced conservative and Fellers wanted me to run 629-7961 • Best Selection of Compact Discs A Cassettes in New Braunfels • Or Landa St Across from Wuests t We Now have Pioneer CD Players and Audio Systems • I bmmmm Mishap Luther \lbert Stidham 12H* i ro-s st New Braunfels DNM $2.5o fine •iii days jail probated two years Floyd Richard Daniels Route J Lot *»4 New Braunfels >J>«) fin* *«o days jail probated two years Victor Guerra 5**4 south 5lh st Carrizo Springs DNN I $3.5*1 fine day s jail probated two years Leonardo Martinez Sula* 2ui Bur cham, san Antonio unlawfully carrying weapon weapon to be destroyed vmfine Billy NS ay ne Nance IBIS Farm ir.gton. Houston DW Lb $50 fine three days jail credit time served Keith Allen Moore 2825 Hill st New Braunfels theft over SJO under $2* Kl >200 fine three days jail Morriss Craig Timmermann. ♦>•*» Lake Placid Seguin DWLS $5o tine three daw jail credit time -erv ed C armen J Gonzalez 651 oasis. New Braunfels DNM HOU tine driver s license suspended tm day-six day s jail Selso < hapu 124 (lien Brook New Braunfels DNM SBX) fine driver -license suspended -tx month- three day - jail credit time served Pedro Lucio 211 Roosevelt. San Marcos theft ovei >20 under $2uo >10b fine IO days jail credit time served Thomas Grog Lem lev lot Hillcrest. Spring Branch DNM $6.30 fine 180 days jail probated two years five days snoek jail Guardian Interlock Program one year Maria Esther Soto 205 East Nacogdoches New Braunfels DNM I JOO fine three days jail Richard Earl Rhoads 27 Royal 1 re-t New Braunfel- DNM $450 fine 91) days jail probated two years -IX days shoc k jail Continued from Page 1A McKenna Hospital reported four people enroute by ambulance to the emergency room at ll 30 p m Sheriff’s deputies responding to the call indicated they were unable to locate the scene of the accident, although later reports indicated the vehicle may have been obscured by trees near the crossing At least two of the occupants of the vehicle were males, ages believed to be 23 and 28. both with injuries re quiring hospital attention It was not known whether any or all of the peo pie involved in the accident were from New Braunfels Transport of the victims was by New Braunfels EMS units No other details were available by presstime Saturday night Stammtisch as a Democrat, but I told him I was running Republican He said he fired me because he was being pressured and I think he was being pressured not to support me.” said Davis Fellers, a Democrat, said when he hired Davis it was known then that he would again seek office. The sheriff said he was not upset that Davis wanted to run Republican, but that Davis announced his intentions behind his back “I don’t care if you run as an independent, but he went and didn’t say anything to me about it.” “I didn t take any legal action then because I didn t want to sling any mud I wanted to run a clean campaign Maybe I should have challenged it.” said Davis Fellers said he will decide within the next month whether he will enter the county’s political arena for a ninth consecutive time Meanwhile. Mullins has retained legal counsel and demanded a public explanation for his firing last week His termination raises some ques tions as to possible misuse of power by the sheriff and violations of Mullins’ civil rights The fired deputy said he is considering legal recourse against the county as a last resort Fellers, who recently celebrated his 75th birthday, reportedly had a jailer and deputy position vacant and. according to Davis, he was assigned to the jail so as to avoid any allegations of politicking while on patrol Hired in May of 1983. Davis lasted less than two months as jailer after announcing his candidacy in June Davis and his wife. Myrtle sold their business and home there and returned to C omal County in 1983 at what Davis says was the insistence of Fellers He said Fellers intended to groom Davis for a run at the sheriff s post because the sheriff was not in teding to seek re-election Policy Continued from Page 1A Mahaffey who works for Harold A C ompany NNe re glad about that cause Momma Mahaffey w ill tx* happier and she uses a sharp knile in her work here at the new spaper Admission is tree tor a Back To School Festival today Sunday, from 2 to 6 p rn at New Braunfels Civic Center Kids and parents can learn wht kinds ot neat organizations etc are available for area youth Comal lndepdent School District New Braunfels Independent School District and Comal County Exton -ion Service are combining forces tor the event There w ill tx1 all kinds of booth- representing various ser vice- and organization- health screening opportunities community education information athletic and academic offerings Refreshment-will tx1 available This is going to tx-worth something yet it costs nothing and sounds like a fine op portunity to get into the -wing t>elore school start- ’his week Some folk- scheduled to tx* vie Urns ut the sex and \nnual Cops an Robber- softt al! Tournament lunk .ng booth didn t -how up Chickens .»n But we rt1 sure there were g<"H reasons IC. the by it we ever wtn< ip in a drought condition again here is a strong chance that Department ot Public S.detv I moper ll Jim -he a ha- found the ansu or schedule a softball tour uament and just wait NNe will t** .inured of at least cooter weather and probably rain Obituaries William Joseph Arndt Services for William Joseph Bill Amdt of 228 Green N alley in New Braunfels will tx1 al ll a rn Monday at Zoeller i* uncial Home with the Rev Jim Hinkhouse officiating Burial will tx* in Guadalupe V alley .Memorial Park Amdt 46 died Aug 29 at McKenna Memorial Hospital He w a- born July 28 1941. in san Antonio to Heinz and Use nee Groll Amdt A feiime New Braunfels resident Amdt w.i-o production worker it the Porter Company and was a member of the Emergency Communa ut .on-1 mb Survivors include two brothers Rolf Arndt and Robert Amdt both of Dallas Memorials may be made to the American( ancor Sot »ety Henry Merl Green Services for Henry Merl Green of 174 Green Valley will tx* at 2 pm Monday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Rev Jim Hinkhouse of Relating Burial will be inGuadalupe Continued from Page IA mg appraisers to notify teachers within a reasonable length of time if a teacher had been evaluated poorly on the provision NBISD teachers said they feared the appraisal instru nient. known as Domain VI. because it could lead to un fair firing practices and stifle their right to speak The local chapter of the Texas State Teachers Associa tion and the local Superintendent s Teachers Advisory Committee supported a move to change the policy which allowed principals to terminate teachers based on a prin opal s perception of a teacher’s professional relations Last March. NBISD first grade teacher Loretta Dueweke was notified by her principal at Lone Star Primary School that she would not be offered an employ ment contract for the 1987 88 school year One of the ma jor reasons behind the termination was that the teacher “often makes negative comments.” according to Dueweke’s ev aluation The teacher said she felt the local appraisal instrument had tx*en misused for personal reasons Evelyn Farmer was the principal at Lone “-tar who recommended Dueweke not be offered a contract Farmer has since left the district to take a position at the Texas Education Agency In her new position the former principal will deal with the state appraisal system Lucille Mc David Neuse who -erved as president tot the New Braunfels Texas State Teachers Association last year, said she thinks Dueweke w.i- victimized through use of the v aguely defined policy Neuse said earlier th!-week that she and “most of the teachers in the district are pleased to set* the change She said she literally ap plauded when -he heard of the change The board action followed the recommendation of Superintendent Charles Bradberry He -aid Friday that he had considered the policy change for f 1 v t* month- and had obtained individual support from each of the tx>urd members before the matter appeared on the board -agenda I had teachers w ho said it didn t matter 1 >thei - -aid it wa-n t needed and they didnt wunt it NNe finally came to the consensu* that we were going to recommend up Public meetings praisal as it is required from the state Bradberry said He added that the policy change will eliminate paper work for those in charge of conducting teacher ap praisals He said the main problem- with the local pol ii % had been that it created more work for appraisers Comal ISI) also adopted a local addition to the ap praisal instrument last year Both school districts have used instruments recommended bv the Texas \ssocia tion of School Boards High school teacher VV’ilfred Schalthei who will tx* president of the NBISD superintendent - advisory com mittee this year, had called the local criteria .1 point of contention" w ithin the school district “The teachers don’t think we need it Domain N I humphing to do w I th teaching he -aid A number of N BISI) teachers were concerned .ti out the local policy after Dueweke was not oflcred a contract for this year One teacher had called the local policy vers ambiguous and open-ended He ai-** said it gave at! ministrators a blank check to terminate a tea* ber for personal reasons Lindy Holdway of the Texas Assentation ut st bool Boards defended the Im a1 appraisal domain saying it gives school district- a way to eliminate teal ber- for reasons that .ire not covered in the -tate - appraisal criteria The appraisal criteria does not covet all th* items that employee decisions are Bas«*d ot Von vt . : literally end up in a situation where you v ould not get rid of some teacher she said Die state school board association draft- polit y .1- u model for us** by school districts throughout ti* -tut) Although TF.A did mg recommend that a <x a1 dome n ’ * used as part o! the apptui.-ai process I VSH 1 «*< on ? • n I ed school board- adopt such a ct it* r a I he I ex as St.lit* Teachers Association 1- opposed ■ the u-o of a local 1 Roger I >e lo- suni misused aguif,-: wishes of esthei ministration In* I xx- Santo* district- in I e\a> apprai-al pro* e- iull n in the teacher d the local crib cher who soul die Comal County Commissioners wi meet in regular session Thursday sept J ut la a rn in commis -toner - ourf • *. ated on the third door of the courthouse annex \ pre agenda workshop begmgs at ‘* City OI Ne* Braunfels Historic Landmark Commission will mtel at p in Wednesday sept 2 in the City Hall meeting Room Agenda in elude- review - of previously discussed landmark proposals open ll sc uss ion of flew proposals City ot Ne* Braunfels Planning and Zoning Commission alii meet a’ N alley Memorial Dark Green 63 died Aug 28 at Nudie Murphy Memorial Hospital He .suborn May JI 1924 rn Luling to Hilary and Addle nee Berry (Jret*? ii* married Eiizat»eth Betty Int,** a New Bt aludels on Aug 21 I uh New Braunfels resident -a,* * . * Dieen was vt textile worker ut M.-Ston Au Hey Mills and Aas .I veterar of World Warn survivors include his wife Betty of New Braunfels two daughter-"hirley 'ireenof New Braunfels and Addle Harrison of Boerne three -’cp daughter Ruth Ann Kumitn of Minnesota Barbara Dillon of New Mexu o and Susan Dial of Austin one son Jimmy (irim of New Braunfels five sisters Rachel Tungettof Round Rex k Addle Dili of San Antonio Florence Smith of Now Braunfels anil Bessie Hurley and Bertha Grona txith of Seguin two brothers Johnny Green of Seguin and Jo** Ross Green of Taylor 12 grandchildren and two great grandchildren Ile was preced ed in death by Lucille Green in I98u Memorials may tx* made to the American Cancer so* let v 7 U) p rn Tuesday v*pt I rn New Braunfels I unties meeting room Lid Main Plaza Agenda calls for preliminary and or final approval to vacate amt re-ubdiv ision of 1 ieorge Sub fix i-ior, I nit 3 Kith! and ottilx* Dischinger citizen communa .1 ’sun the planning duello* - r< Comal independent School District Board 0* Trustees w n a tax hearing Thursday Sept at p in at the I razier Elementary -i txxil cafeteria lh** tru-tees are considering a tax increase to fund .» new iv adopted $18 million budget tor tin* i ommg veal I he new tax rule is expelled to ire atrous **H ti* ♦** Cen*.-per IU* valuation The cur rent effective rat** is tents lion valuation Ne* Braunfels City Council •* bold j -pet tai meeting at 5 I * p rn I x*s*iuv ui the New Braunfels t ’nine- meeting room at “263 Main Plaza Die v I Kine ll will consider a resolution awarding the -aleof c bv re.enue bonds -erie- • and will a.-.der a resolution approving ami ; ut nor iz mg th** ex*x*ution of a pay ink 1 gent in relation to the revenue Du -ale of lh* bonds to tx* xorth $9 4 million will tx* us*xi for vartou- utility projects within the *1 ’y The council also will consider a rei ut ion ot authorizing condemn a lion of leal prupertv tor the con -Irut lion maintenance ami«>pe tton of .» 2o foot sewer Im** e,t-e im** ami acquisttton of a temp**! Const IU*! ion ca se m en! mer .us acros- property owned t v K.*t and Irene A NA i-x»n T he Ne* Br auf'bm Utilities Board Of Trustees u n eel it d rn Mondav Vue ?! u. the NI \ NA Un IC I lf: ti) M ■el boart! will consider selling af qui I * -fix k Of flu W h ke- I orporatloi. will cm.-aiel aw ut ding a ion! ta- t bu .1 w .iter lux* ex ten-ion The I wa i d also will consider it.uk rig bids .md will consider purchasing materials Th* Nr* Br aunters 1 Mdt-pctidt-nt School Distr ict Board of Trustee will meet in ext** alive session ut , pm I tuesday -cpl I a* I1* I* ducat ion * enter at 4 m W NTH si to consider tea* her appointment k allow mg ti)** e\e* utive .se-s hoard will study the Public k turn Information Mangernent System required bv Hie st au th Scam Continued from Paqe IA Nitschke said the I nicorn project was near the printing stage Hudgins had done extensive research and had conducted interviews with players from the 1930 - and 1940 s and hail written a great deal of the copy Nitschke said the project got hun involved in his first love of adversing but was detrimental to his sales in New Braunfels It - hard for me to go into Now Braunfels Nits* tike said It shard for me to conv in* e people that I w usn’t part of th** scam It - a shame because everybody w.tills to -upport the high schools he said It would have been un n (cresting public .ti ion Ii - ju-t an unfortunate situation that we got taken -aid Streetv Defensive ■?■=*=■ Driving =Classes Saturday and Evening Classes Available Classes held at Holiday Inn Safety First 625-373B teven P. Snider, D.P.M. Is pleased to announce The Opening of His Office for the Practice of Medical/Surgical Foot Caro. I 280 East Common New Braunfels Tx. 78130 (512) 629-3705 ;

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