Tuesday, January 17, 1989

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 17, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas Lawmakers begin work of bittton budget AUSTIN AJ Mouse budget writers have begun wbrkifig of a proposed billion while their counterparts in the Senate are complaining about a proposal to pay for prison expansion by issuiftg boBd Rangerettes on rise in District race Smithson Valleys girls basketball team climbed into second place Monday night be defeating previ ously unbeaten Schertz The teams are now tied with 24 one full game behind kerrville See Paqe 5 CHS athletes honored at fall si Steven Summ were among the sports athletes volleyball and PT Io J UG S New Braunfels 47 707 New Texas 78130 USPS Zeituno 5PS 377880 5126259144 Tuesday January 1989 25 Cents One 8 Pages 6th campus Spreading it on thick Burglars hit CISD Frazier Elementary School fell vic tim to burglars this Comal Independent School District schools has experienced a rash of burglaries Frazier elementary School has been burglarized three times in the past six Someone broke into one of the classroom said New Braunfels Police Department spokes man Martin They were able to locate a hidden box inside the Also stolen were two two video micro ground meat patties and canned Property stolen is valued at more than The burglary occurred at the school between 13 at 9 and 14 at 1 The school is located at 1441 Weve had too many of our schools broken said CISD Maintenance Director Roy Were offering a reward for See Page 2 Officers find drugs in auto The Christmas Tree Recycling Program sponsored by the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Depart ment and New Braunfels Utilises ground up 808 dis carded holiday trees into mulch that parks depart ment including John pic will be spreading around park trees and bedding plants to nourish the soil and hold water Coronado spreads the mulch near the wading pool on a shady rocky slope where no grass will grow to help control Photo by Deryl Clark Board t Trustees of New Braunfels Independent School District will meet tonight at tion Center Board room to consider 12 action items and hear 10 Action items board members will consider include approval of a classsize waiver the districts annual performance report for the 198788 school and approval of fund raising for renovation of Academy Street Texas Education Agency requires all Texas school districts to apply for a temporary waiver of the mandated 22tol classsize limit in pre kindergarten through fourthgrade If a dis trict is out of compliance with the it must file a waiver containing a compliance Free throw plan for class size NBISD currently has three campuses and 29 classrooms which exceed the 22tol Six out of 11 kindergarten classrooms at Memorial Prim ary have at 23tol All nine thirdgrade clas ses at Carl Schurtz Elementary exceed the size lim itation with eight classes having at 24tol ratio and one class at All eight fourthgrade classes at Carl Schurz Elementary exceed the limitation with all classes showing a 23tol At Seele Elementary five out of nine thirdgrade classes exceed the with two classes showing 23tol ratios and three classes showing 24tol These classsize problems will be resolved with the addition of a new 27classroom elementary school adjacent to Memorial Lone Star Primary and Lamar Primary are currently in com pliance with the 22tol mandatory The administration will recommend trustees approve the districts annual performance report for the 198788 school The state legislature requires an annual performance report be approved by the Baord of School Trustees of each district in Two copies of the report are sent to the Tex as Education Agency to be placed in accreditation files of trustees will consider approving the text of the Photographs and graphics will be See Page 2 Two Kingsville men were arrested Monday after Department of Public Safety officers stopped them on a rou tine traffic stop and found approxi mately 35 pounds of marijuana in the Lawrence Ralph and Rene Travcno were charged with possession of They remain in jail today pending The marijuana has a street valued of approximately according to DPS Avelar was driving a 1975 Ford LTD northbound on Interstate 35 when DPS troopers Tim Jackson and Scott Haag stopped him at Area man committs suicide The body of a Solms man was found Monday morning near the rail road tracks in the Solms The had suffered a shotgun wound to the The death has been ruled a suicide after an investigation by the Comal County sheriffs office and an The shotgun was next to the said Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace Robert Doc He had parked his pickup truck next to the railroad tracks off of a Blanchard A suicide note was found in the mans Railroad personnel noticed the body at while traveling through on the he Avelar gave the officers verbal per mission to search the Upon searching the they located Zig Zag rolling papers that were on the floor board and they searched both the report Also located was a small bag of marijuana in the passengers pants pocket and a subsequent search of the vehicle revealed screw on the floor Further search at the DPS office revealed 18 bundles of marijuana that were located in different car body stated the Good clay CISD to eye Browns critieria for teacher evaluation Comal Independent School District trustees meet at Wednesday in the Central Administration Build ing for their regular monthly They will consider nine action items and and seven information The board will consider renewal of Superintendent Bill Browns Trustees will retire to executive ses sion to discuss personnel but all action will be taken in open In other Arlen personnel will ask for the boards approval for a stricter criteria method of teacher evaluation for placement on the career Curriculum Director Carol Hall will present a report on exitlevel Tex as Educational Assessment of Mini mum Skills Roy maintenance will report to trustees on the status of building and road construction at Smithson Valley High School and roof repairs at Bulverde Elementary Two area residents will receive CISDs new service which will be given to parents and patrons who perform an outstanding service to the school Federal ethics standards violated Justice Department slams Meese WASHINGTON AP Former Attorney General Edwin Meese III violated federal ethics standards by acting at the request of a friend to assist scandalplagued Wedtech and a proposed billion Middle East oil a Justice Department report concluded There are three instances in which friendship between Meese and long tune friend Robert Wallach dic tated government said the report issued by the Justice The report concluded that Meese engaged in conduct which should not be tolerated of any government especially not the attorney If Meese were still attorney gener we would recommend to the next ranking department official that the president take disciplinary it As a direct result of the preferen improper efforts of Meese and his the Army awarded a mil lion enginebuilding contract to Wed tech in 1982 while Meese was counse lor to President said the report by the Justice Departments Office of Professional The next it Meese and his staff injected themselves as a direct result of the friendship between Wallach and Meese into a financial problem Wedtech was having with the Commerce Departments Eco nomic Development At the urging of Meese tried to help clear up the problem Wedtech was having by making a phone call to thenCommerce Secret See Page 2 Senators father dies in accident red its anuyal FreeThrow Saturday Sglnte Peter and Paul Brever made thi Wghiit percentage of free throws in the boys iQyearoid djyi wilj in New Brawnjy in on IN were to Wr with wiws advancing to to state Photo Texas Lloyd Benjsen father of Lloyd was killed in a traffic acci dent between Edtoburg and Mission today about 7 am accojdjag the Edinburg chief of Toe senior Bjepjsea was killed in fte twOveMete ooilisiw at Highway 1Q7 ami Market Rjjad 494 said pojice Chief Bentsens the about 30 miles northwest of the Police referred further questions to the Texas Department of Public DPS spokesman David Wells said Bemseu was pronounced dead at the seeae by Mission Justice of the Peace The Garza ambulance service said they responded to a call about for one fatality and one injured and took them to McAllen Bentsen managed about acres of farms and six ranches scat tered over a South Texas empire he started carving out of the brush and thorn forest in Clouds will hang around for a while and will keep the tempera tures fairly especially at The high today will reach 61 under partly cloudy The low tonight will drop to The high Wednesday will be 63 fol lowed by a low of Inside 3 DEAR 3 TV Stammtisch Just a note of some of the meetings that will happen this week Ladies Auxiliary of the Bracken Volunteer Fire Depart ment will meet today at at the fire Officers will be New Braunfels Iris Society will meet today at in the meeting room of First Federal Savings and Loan Patchwork Squares squarcdancers will have an open house today at at Smithson Valley 12 miles west on Texas 46 and miles on Beginners class starts Call 6293221 or 6254322 for Anns Christian Mothers AHar Society will meet Thursday at 2 in me Knights of Columbus A program will Its a busy week and year for the New Brauufcls Child rens Volunteers are busy this week setting up the new Kitchens and but they need a few items to help fill out the which will feature scenes from a chuck grandmas and a space shuttle along with a grocery store and other activity For the museum workers need cereal yogurt containers anything they can use to stock the grocery If you want to donate something for the store they ask thai you open the cans and cereal box es and the like from the bottom so they will look real on the Theyd also like to get some plastic fruit and play food if you have any in the back of a drawer Doccnt training for Kitchens and Cultures is 23 at 1 This opening is the beginning of a new era for the which now will be open each Wednesday through Saturday instead of just during the special Persons with old childrens books and magazines such as Highlights are asked for donations to the Storybook If you have old beanbag theyd be much The folks at the museum are a See 2

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