New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 6, 1987, Page 3

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung December 6, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas CrosswordPrincipal who helped students cheat fired ACROSS 1 Instrument 5 Door part 9 Fabric 14 Gen Bradley 15 Ending for man or tan 16 People group 17 Timber wolf 18 Fashion 19 Weapon 20 Golf shot 22 Drew bach 24 Certain chancel seats 26 Piece 27 After taxes. 28 Guardhouse 29 Mauna 32 Jigs 35 Baching out 37 Nice girl friend 38 Satan s forte 39 Queen s Plate or the Derby 40 Cards 43 Gazed 45 f nryme 46 Fun tim** 47 Khar 48 Vina 49 Move* 53 Always 5' Sludge 58 Hindu noble 59 Mv>"« IO* role of old 61 Feature song 62 Cinema prize 63 Dash 64 Seaweed 65 Looks for 66 Depend 67 Greek resistance DOWN 1 Cargo areas 2 Love It 3 Furious 4 Alberta and Quebec 5 Preserve 6 Greek public square tram of old 8 Society members 9 Abnormal ’0 Ne* x pain 11 Opening Adjective Suffix 13 Old reward 2 I Gen Robt 2 ' Demolish 25 Possessive 28 Live!* 29 Fipste* 30 Formerly 31 Timeworn 32 Figures 3 3 Qty on the PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOL VEO SCAB Ipsaa ELOPE HOUSTON < AF» A bitterly divided Houston school board voted to fire an elementary school prin cipal accused of helping thousands of students cheat for years on a basic skills test l^eon Mitchison. former principal of Milam Elementary School was terminated immediately Friday following the 5 4 vote by the Houston Independent School District hoard His attorney Richard Strahan. said an appeal to the state education commissioner or state district court would he filed The split vote upheld findings by an administrative panel that in vestigateo the accusations against Mitchison during So hours of hearings in July and August, according to school district documents Mitchison created a "climate of fear and intimidation through the use of threats accusations and public reprimands according to the districts findings He allegedly helped students cheat on the Iowa Test of Basic Skills A letter from HISD Superintendent Joan Raymond dated March 27 said violations began in the 1900-41 school year and included using at tual tests to create practice tests allowing students to practice during regular class time giving students inappropriate assistance from proctors during the actual test and failing to follow guidelines on time limits and test monitoring Strahan said the charges against Mitchison are false and said his client has been denied his rights to due process since he w as suspends a year ago Steel Skunk 34 Diamond crew 36 Ontano 38 Kitchen too* 41 Athletes 42 Drier 4 • Associate 44 Shield 48 Marsh sound 49 Untamed SO w*-ar, 5 1 Author Zota 52 Garners 53 Winged de*ty 54 Rose niNder 55 Noun ©nd r , 56 I uf so*."ce 60 .J n I. rn ted Continued from Paqe IA Steel had been selected for a sp*** tai legislative Scholarship and -Nerved in the VS ashington D C office «»f the Hon Jack Hightower during Hightower s term in the I mted States House of Representatives He also served in the Reagan Ad ministration by working in the i Mice of the General Counsel for the Federal Energy Regulatory Com mission in Washington DC and was a briefing attorney in the Texas Court of criminal Appeals in Austin which presides over both criminal and civ ii appeals from this .md other counties Steel is married to the former M l.issa Tiedt of New Braunfels and has a general civil and criminal law practice at 2v? VS San Antonio st CAD Continued from Paqe IA Also this is pretty standard operating procedure he added James Hendricks will replace Mayor George Erhen as the city’s representative on the < AD hoard in January Glynn Goff will he replaced by Ronald Morrison as the New Braunfels ISD represen tat ive and County Auditor Bate Bond will step down as Commis sioner Ned < raigmile takes the board seat representing Comal County ‘ The situation is pretty unique in that everyone in this ap praisal district works under the chief appraiser and I uniquely serve the board That s why they need to evaluate me This board hired me and this board needs to evaluate me If the new board doesn't like what they do. they can change it I work at the pleasure of the board Rhodes said Friday Wednesday s meeting will begin at 7 30 pm at the Education Center at 430 B Mil) St t ............ "t 1 2 3 ’4 J n- F~ _____________, JIT 3 3 >4 ►....... " L______________________ I * . 4 I _ * 4* [ 4 Im iii. ♦ T“ \ 10 I 1 12 13 L re ...........-________ Public meetings ♦    *    T    " The Nev* Braunfels Rivers Ad visory Board will meet at I •» pc. Tuesday .it the Land** Park office to dis*, ass piai mg .i litter ranger un th** Comal River The Nev* Braunfels Parks and Recreation Advisory Board •*• . ITH** at 7 p rn Tuesday at the Landa Park (Mice The board will hear a repur from Mark Denton of the I i*\,i* Ant qutttes Committee on areas within lamia Park designated slat* ar * beclog!. ai landmarks The hoard also will discus* light!’ *. at the Babe Rut) baseball fie; t at C a rn p ' Oma. Park A . >o establishing a park plan section Witt. -i rn- monuments at Coma. Cemetery Ail ta* considered The board also i will dis* uss rei< m ating a I ame ade within Panda Park to traffic flow ~* when park bam* a les are use*I J The Comal Appraisal District Board of Directors wk, t ta ***1 _j sessh»ri wednesxlav ’n evaluate th*' Obituaries John Fred Cook * »r a eclair sifts m **% foe jfthn y red I nil * ! I I x af CW vc will fir a* . pm Monday at Fm.c-1 M*»tt»* ai I af x rn V . •'f»- w11h (hr Rev * hris ( .• *    -*5 *;»♦*** |i**,    4 . -*H. at * <*1 OOI a I Man! Nursit.g H Hi * fie was tx ifT. Jills 15 l?e«* ti, John and tai I ie ta**' PrtHsS * 1*4 til * S txita P*Wj \ k*rmef tiu< tat al * ««*k wa* a t net:.t»T ut F In, w>» *! Baptist * hut * h rn \ti||e(N Cf! vc VIS! lf-, the I S Af rn* luring Borid Bar I mum 1^14 to 1917 s ars * ut s ,n- .a* I* two <taUg|h(*Ts Ifa'tfl Ko? !r. a ll ut t • I unit’: a Vf.i ami Palm Sa R*»‘tg* ut New UfauJtfeix cair sun Jot.: » o**k ut Abilene eight grandchildren and i great grand. hi.dr* : sen x is are under 'tie dir*** (ton of F Shut Mann F unei a, Home ti At alette Lena Elsie Moser 11 r a v evide vers .es fi.f I en a I hie Mu -• r of 1169 F r vendfierg will fte at I! a ai Moodus at Humid# < efn* 'civ in i wfi- Muser Uh dw*<i I ie » I *r at M henna Meni.it tai Hospital V New Br a Ut f «*!> I I'l.kUl for five . ear s vins. ' was Durn June t I see* lo la*w ss aul Id.* mo# V or* eft S. hr* aiel in < aero stir was the w ie u? i*uv St *sei wU' died in iud V botts** w lie ami me mf n of G nice I atua a • bu fib 'n If.Histori M‘»tt worked manv hi ut * with the I Amo* rati* Party to liiHtvton SU!', v Ifs TV iud. a laugh!**’ I gin* I* Th* .(r. a s of New Braunfels sun James uuv M.«s**i < d M* his tor two sisters Vgrw-s Ihjerr .ur»d Alga s. hr* stier Ugh ut s,tn Xnt.niH not-t*t other laHjts V hreidef of Houston pve gr ami. tuldrei. and five gn at grarvt. rn Wren VI si tat mn «* .ii Ie at rx*>(i nundav at i hurppens.hun it F mer ai Home and I ontinue until * pm sunday Memorials may be made to Grave Puttier an « hun h rn Houston or to the i hants of one * hoi. e Leo A. Ulcak sr! v s » . (of l eo A I it ak of st' BitoluT were Nos 15 at ’vt* r*si Heart * athold * hurt h in Haliettsvthe Burial was m M Mars si cmetery in Haiiettsshie Rosary Was re* Iteit at IkfyrUM hinidt Funeral HonM and ai Kefietia Funeral Home in Mallet! ss ilk* You’re Invited to our Christmas Open House Sunday, December 6, 1087 from 12 OO to 5 (H) p rn Present this invitation for a 10% discount on cash purchases and your complimentary IWW F T L) calendar (xwhi/ c77oa>t'r t 207 I San Antonio St performance of Chief Apprai^r Richard Rhodes Before the executive session the board will meet at 7 p rn at the appraisal district office at 4 o VV Mill 's’ on the agenda for the meeting is presentation *»f service awards in traduction of new board members and appointment of appraisal review board memtiers \ft**r the executive sesMon th* board will re« omen*- in open s* s,-iion to consider ’aking action on Rhodes ■ ga V I The Oaks The Staff wishes to express their whole hearted thanks to friends and clients who have supported us in our first year of business. Without your support we would have never gone this far, again many thanks to the people that made it possible Sincerely, The Team of Crlsms Salon and Boutique A J7 Pi 1 uj, Pk 625 1152 * r • k J> . J . A A i i i i 1 ai I !. ak *>1 died Nov I 19* in \udM Murphy Vrterar s \imini-Jra tier ll ‘spUai in Antonin He was t»rn Nov .»    r«2.> ti* h award an't F ran. es ne*- '•mifek    I leak in lava. a \ New Braun'e.s resident for ti years he was .» retired tea. tv*” an*! prim ipai I I. ak was a memtwr Of Mn Peter amt Paul ( athrill* ( hurcb ami a rnemt*er o( the Knight >i( * ulumbus I Exalted V eteran* Ad ministration N.»t»or.ai F du* ator* aud texas state reachers    i,i (ton Ulcak was a veteran .*( Borid Bar ti survivors include his wife Helen M I .ax OI N. w Braunfels thro** daughters Fist el ie Motes and Loretta Roa. h both of Houston ar ! Sandy I leak of New Braunfels on*- soc ft artier K I ii ak of New Braunfels one sister E dith iHtw'k of Faxjdeu two brothers Gus I leak and Henrv t I. ak both ut Hallettsville amt three gr arni. htldrer. PilUMMfrv were I leak s nephews Harry Mo/»sek tiary Mu. ala Harvey Neyt acier David I I. ak • hris I I. ak and Gregory I I. ak Altar boys were Johnnie Met sets, hie ager saftj { j, and IG*! r u k I leakGOLD FOR CHRISTMAS( oms and (Imins A vailable at ?n -rr» 9 UU ? d DG 7 *00 ISI Executive Banc 555 LH 35 Nett Braunfels. Texas aOk L-1L..:» ' aMIIHV rsuc Finding out won't cost you Our br. KI rn re is HK bi Full dis . ussnin w ith a    dirt*, tor is I Kl I And \ou re under no obligation vv hate a cr to take advantage of the /AM I I I Kl LM RAI HO VO FRI M lntlation*f*root Funeral Plan so iiu all’ C .ive your family. and yourself the six uritv of ktnm ledge Have you wondered a cent! 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: December 6, 1987

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