New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 10, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 10, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 10, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Why would anyone hunt pheasant? See * - A New BraunfelsThursday Dec em b-Cern Winter wilderness Representatives (rum the Institute of Texan Cultures will he on the Frailer Fitment ary School campus Friday to Hive a presentation on medicine in earls Texas Fourth nra«Ie students Ail! hear intent* <1escrite old time remedies ■ani!,>-!'!> used un the If\,e hors tier and display artifacts of the era The presentation correlates with study of the founding of Texas ,,nd it* early history said fourth grade teach* Hill Ferryman I he Hrauntex Theatre is showing another 25cent movie saturday for Kids at ^ and '.I a rn The reduced rate showings ore sn cooperation with the Dow mow n Merchants Vs soc sat ion This from M aud me i non Head in your Sunday v paper where somebodv I-a* teen taking the red hows from the parking meters low mown so just in case- anyone drives pc so.' W .td Hoad S dldr t taK** th* ones ?r *ni the parking meters I ma le ever* one of mine I Havs Nursing * enter is hosting a gnsind breaking ceremony I nday at " s s*»»n lo tie !(■ at ion one blot x north ut *he McdHll Parkway Building off Interstate exit Wonder World Drive The *.enter Ahi t«e operated t v Southwestern Vt vent: st Health SfTvKes of Fan Marcus sr    >.:h    Hay vt* "nor;,* H •*; “al < en-mqnv is ai I a M I Him ap Xrea \ oiunteer I i s parti; **m a i present a New i t ar s Fvi dance at Hie Hiver He tlubhQiase tin ll from a p rn lo a ;ti Herr and set ups wii, tie »v a*.at ie BVCB I tv kris are $* * ach >n advance or at * ta* t< ■ a ar* hush will hr provided bv Texas i ounirv Bring finger loud* ta a Lotto v M aet U st em of t onxene tit vt grand vice president of Ila* •filer of tlw* Seels of Hermann in texas Wlli rep; i a ut I ta- < »t .it*! I <«tg* Sunday at ira* annual hr i st rn as party planned by Ute X.tirrt hvpfer Hermann sons harm , D*Sg* Nu b* al ( lear Springs Bcgifttiing with sue >ai fHHir at noon tinner aal ta a r veil at I p in and ti* im v uirt ii lr event will ta* eld in the lodge had Appraisal District board okays pay hike for Rhodes Bv SARAH OUK E stad Writer A pay raise of roughly 30 percent was approved for Comal Appraisal District Chief \ppraiser Richard Rhodes although residents voiced disapproval of the action The Comal Appraisal District s board of directors Wednesday unanimously approved the increase for Rhodes New Braunfels Mayor George Frben made the motion granting the raise That motion was the mayor s final action as d board member After serving on the board for six years Frben will tie replaced rn January No promises were made the mayor said when asked it Wednes dav v pas raise had been promised the chief appraiser when he was hired last February Included u *h:> years budget was SH.-m which could have been added to Rinses' salary Instead Rhodes was granted SM Son raise increasing his annua pay from $31 23b in 1987 to $4" 7 tr 1988 We told him when he wds hired if he could put this distric* on the straight and narrow make the necessary corrections thai needed to be made and improve th** public relations of the district if he could do that then we would be looking at a raise I think the word substantia. was used Frben said The mayor added that Rhodes ha* accomplished many of th*- goals h* a as asked to accomplish Action author ting ti *■ salary r crease came aft*, an executive lesion in utile, board members spent more than an hour evaluator i Rhodes performance since re* v hir**d U.st February The n »r * Rhodes took a sipr.it cant cut in \ iy to take the po*-bur. :** 1 or -n praisal District SD David chasm .; rn 'he* *.< board said after the vu?* Wedn**- b that the appr . >a distr:    g great deal when it hired Rh $31,230 We felt Sine we g *' a bargain who* we g t Rh I • I iv:** .* at that starting if* ary he said David said in an interview bet re Wednesd*. s nice . >g that Rh u* has increased the cfi < ienc. See APPRAISAL Page 2A Hispanic group backs bonds ikp a rn the oorthwos’ .n‘e S Old fT • and Pc risk hi icon* ss. in detail bes# Gees are !ot in Wa nu* me holiday S6< ring ►ate ar*? art Bf SARAH DUKE S*aH Writer Hispanics organized for Public Fdixation supports the proposed New Braunfels school district bund issue as a benefit for the community and a means for improving education fur Hispanu s in the city said H O P K chairman and iot a! at tomey PaulCedillodr Wednesday ‘fur feelings are that we have no alternative bul to go with it I think t * going to cost more in the long run to wait. Cediilo said The proposed I 95 million bond issue will go before voters .Saturday The package includes three proposi hen.* Th** largest portion of funding approved, would finance a new elementary school in the district s south attendance zone for seconded third graders Also the bond issue would add n classrooms to New Braunfels High vchooi and would finance im pavements at beele Elementary school anti Lone Star Primary School and would provide lit*") ooh to pur chase a new school site probably on the city s south side We re fully committee, to helping the bond issue pas- We realize ther* ire a lo* of taxes but we think that it the ar* a of education there no alternative Cedillo sa*d adding that growth and state limits on elementary class size* are forcing the Astrict to build new classrooms If we dont do it now we re going t have to pay dearly for it in the future The leader of the Hispar organization said enrollment in creases in NBISD have been we-, documented Certainly the high school building i? woefully inadequate ! think if anyone would tak* the tim* *■ go into the schools nd took around they wool. tex** w his bote* i ie *•• needed. Ct ain -wild H 0 P L baa . <* to 15c members ihe organization as lur .new jus « summer to improve educational op portumties for minontv students bv See ELECTION Rage 2a Forecasting the future Weather Service plans tor expansion to New Braunfels Bv D A V I O MAX IOU Au tier The Natl aal Weather ' awarded .tmtrw ta this work Next teener allan Hadar si. dei * j* j . v J knf.pn-f lt.ct.ir the a*-jiber frat King apparatus* in O'*** ut lour NFX KAD ' lev goaled tor south Te noduled fur mdallatam * Hr J ani* i s Mur - tpai V rh* RAD system is prujev innately *2 million I don I believe ar* Texas wsteifis were included prototype >v stems whit:ti tv th* prefer it Ward vail Tin phase is ti* keep the vendor fr v est mg t»*u mu* h ear iv anil t** ; See V T AM V T lit H Rage . A ■ I, / > L* t? *t M CA' ■* » T w ** re •sSjLVh ah"s s JC .5 Approx    15 {tire* asters are expected to be moved from ban Antonio Interna* .lh    Conal Airport lo man NWS new hr    headquarters here y I He said the NFX RAD system is ex st    tnl for delivery sometime in 1994 in    and operational within six months ** ‘ I would say it will t*e a’ * ‘ast a the government    year before we start bieaking ShtHJ t all g< •**• I NIB officials    ground W e don t have a s* brdule for plan to let < ontraets within a year for    construction It will depend on 5' rn**'* svstems in* ludmg the N* w    monies available over tfw* next two r Ute    us    *»tf.tr a* * was nut    Braunfels contract iiver.ii' tfn-NWs    fiscal years Mard added i«-1 a ii '*•(    . c. lo tun al I    * NFXRAD    After ‘he facility is on line the New >.    ‘hr    first ph.*a whu t    sv*.!. :?!* t.af’or.A ie a* a - us? ut    Braunfels center will tx- respotisihie .1    |.f..t.»t\j*« s.stet! * at .*    mc;."!    for monitoring weather and issuing at*Hi? SN* in in ai aid Jim W.ud -a< f plans are tor constru* forts ast> for a 125 mile radius in <1* I    v    meteorologist in    urn ;ext year of a new W inarm    eluding san Vntonio Austin and th** tit tfw sail Antot NWb of    i <if*s ast (iflice on th* soutfwas’ col    Mill Country I tie airport was chosen aer **f New Braunfels Municipal Au • I' * St a I ‘    *    !«    NIX    (SM* NHS oil., a - Cl I H ii t*\    «    See    RADAR Rage,A Judge excludes councilmen from suit filed by Hamptons New Braunfels City Council members Doug Miller and Bill Ar nold were removed this week as defendants in Richard and Nancy Hampton s breach of contract and libel suit against the city of New Braunfels and the Herald Zen un# District Judge Robert Pfeuffer on Tuesday signed a motion for non suit flied by Hampton s at torney Manon J Borchers to ex elude the two councilmen from the petition filed in September The law firm of Grove Locke and Hebdon representing the t i ty. had sought the removal of Miller and Arnold because neither had participated in any contract arrangements with Richard Hampton former oncessmnaire of the Prince Solids Park Tube Chute The city terminated its contract with Hampton in February in a dispute over what the city has called a breach of contract by Richard Hampton regal ding admissions lo the park Miller and Arnold were elected as at large representatives to Hie council in April See LAWSUIT Rage ’A Let me show you ... Grand jury returns 26 felony indictments 15 shopping days to Christmas bunns and mild today with a high <>! TA .uni southeast wind* at Id mph fair and cool tonight with a low of !»• Fr» day will be sunny with southwest winds at 15 mph and a high of TH but the weekend shows cajoler air moving in Sunday with cold temperatures reaching only into tin* dos bv Monday Die Menu CLASSI! ll 0 COMICS CROSSWORD Of AR ABBY I NI I RI AINMtNT MOROSCOPf KAI IID0SC0PI SCRAPBOOK SPORTS IV LISTINGS Mi AI Hi R b SB 46 JA LB 3B 4B 9A SA IO UA 4B 2A Wesley Scott Strickland the Ca nyon Lake man accused ut leaving th** scene after his car struck two San Antonio women walking along In ternate 15 last month was indicted Wednesday h> a Comal County g: .md jury on third degree felony chai ges of failure to stop and render aid Tile grand jury returned 2»> felony indictments on 3:t counts against 24 individuals One cast* wa** nobbled and one cast* w as reduced to a misde meanor charge Strickland 22 had his bond in creased Wednesdav to $25 o»x> by District Judge Robe!! I'leu ai;d will be re arrested on the charg< av cording to the district clerk s of I ice He had remained tret on a $5.hum bond following his Nov i*2 arris' Strickland turned h -use I in u w Braunfels police alter police recovered his vehicle Iron* a jsmd neat the accident scene thai .eft Mario Blanco aw. dead and Kifie Mares ta criticalR imureti Strickland also lav es rev tx anon of probation charges in county court it law Cheer Fund supported by community Walter and Ann Ervin sat in with their son Spencer today in the tourth-grade math class at Carl Schurz Elementary Teacher Kathy Cook invited the parents to do math drills and pro blems with their children to give the parents more of an idea what the youngsters do each day Students also had the opportunity to play a teveise role when they graded their parents work (Photo by Deryt Clark) Through community support th** annual Cheer Fund will pro vide Christmas dinners for 2»mi area families The Herald Zenung sponsors the fund drive each year and receives assistance from th** Na tional Guard and Community ber vice Center The goal in 1987 is to provide Christmas dinners for 2bo families in th** area who might not other wise be able lo enjoy a holiday feast Tax deductible donations to th** fund and contributions of non perishable food items are tieing accepted at the newspaper office 707 Landa New Btaurdeb The Herald Zeitung will publish the name' of contributor* to Cheer Fund each day For ( ore information or to arrange mr pickup of donation* ca ii t arol Avery at 62o 9144 The total in the fund is now $3,231 Hi) Donations Wednesday came from Mr and Mrs laim bardo groceries Milton and Sylvia Frben groceries Alyssa and Chris Wommack groceries John and Boyce Dunker $25 and groceries Mr and Mrs Gordon Smithee $25 and groceries and anonymous donations of $25 $> and $.( 50 ;

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