New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 7, 1989

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 07, 1989

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 7, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas Although the weather the past few days has seemed like Old Man Winter may never leave town, balmier weather will return to South Texas soon. This morning's forecast called for temperatures in the 50s today with the highs Tuesday and Wednes day reaching all the way into the 60s. Keep the faith, though, because the weatherman said the high Thursday should reach the 70s. Meanwhile, these palm trees in Eikel Park provide a nice photo for some warm daydreams. (Photo by Deryl Clark) on legislative issues Good day Curriculumcounseling After a frigid weekend, the sun /*    p    J    A    •    /» 'SXTfs&txr focus of education forum degrees today. The low tonight Stammtisch A Friends of Education forum will be a cold 32 degrees. The    hosted by Comal Independent School wanning trend will continue    District Saturday attracted 120 arca through the week with the highs citizens interested in education, reaching 67 degrees Wednesday    The school district established and into the 70s Thursday and    Friends of Education to facilitate Friday. Lows for the period will    communication between leaders of all be in the 50s.    segments of the community and its Inside*    superintendent and board. The district ri Accicicn    8-10    had its first forum in December. COMICS ............................. 6    “Through the forum, we get more C OM IC b. ................................_    parents and people in die community CROSSWORD............................... involved in schools,” said CISD publ- DEAR ABBY.................................5    ic information officer Sandra Jackson. HOROSCOPE................................5    District officials and trustees use SPORTS......................................7-8    [he forums to inform the interested TV LISTINGS.................................5    citizens of goals and objectives of the WEATHER.....................................2    school district for the current year and report on progress made in meeting its goals. The forum also affords the opportunity for the district to express awamcss and appreciation for citi- New Braunfels Genealogy Club    ZCns’ efforts in support of the school will meet at first Federal Savings    district and provides an opportunity and Loan meeting room at 7:30    for district administrators and board p.m. tonight. Guest speaker James    members to meet informally with key Patrick McGuire, a research    citizens. associate of U I SA, at San Amo-    Jackson said those who attended nio Institute of lexas Cultures    Saturday’s    forum were particularly since .1967. He specializes in the    interested in sessions on curriculum history of the Germans of the    counseling.    At die December stale and will present research of Carl B. von Iwonski, German immigrant, who settled in Texas from 1845-1872 (portrait painter). Guests and new members are welcome.... “Me and You Against Crime” is the subject of a program tonight at Canyon High School starting al 7. The program, sponsored by the New Braunfels Police Department, Safe City Commission and Community Education, is geared to educate people how to protect themselves and their property against crime.... The Saddle Slappers will try again with the meeting and Play Day originally scheduled during February’s icy weather. Members had rc-schedulcd that Play Day to be Sunday, but frigid weather, once again, halted those plans. Sooo, now they’re gonna try March 12 at 1:30 p.m. at the Comal County Sheriff’s Mounted Posse Arena. Call Cody Elliott at 629-7506 if you need more information.... Learn how to effectively discipline your children during a Community Education program at McKenna Memorial Hospital’s Garza Street Classroom Thursday SM STAMMTISCH, Page 2 meeting, the participants were most interested in finances, transportation, and the district’s building program. Other topics at Saturday’s forum included drug awareness and AIDS curriculum, the Home-Alone Program, and Sex Respect Program. Drug awamcss and AIDS curriculum arc found in ClSD’s health curriculum at all grade levels because the topics arc included in required clements by the Texas Education Agency. The district uses materials obtained through the Regional Educational Service Center. Administrators suggest the district purchase kits from the center and allow the center to train teachers in their use. The purchase is recommended because it would make materials more accessible when more teachers arc trained and need them. CISD’s Home-Alone Program helps the many children who go home from school by themselves leant responsibility when they arc home alone. Through the use of lessons, videos, and role playing, children are taught the importance of what to do and what not to do when alone at Sec FORUM, Page 2 By DAVID BUILTA Staff Writer The 23rd Annual Texas Legislative Conference at New Braunfels Civic Center Thursday and Friday will attract politicians to discuss pressing legislative issues. “It’s going to be a great conference and I’m very pleased with the caliber of people we got,” said Texas Railroad Commission Chairman Kent Hance, general chai anan of the conference, who visited New Braunfels recently. Legislative issues including economic development, lax equity, workman’s compensation, and education will Ik featured topics. “We’ve got the top people from Austin who will be deciding the fate of Texas on education, workman’s compensation. On National issues, you have two of the finest congressmen — Lamar Smith, R-San Antonio, who represents this arca, and also Michael Andrews, D-Houston, who’s on the Ways and Means Committee. “We think we have arranged a real fine program regarding current issues,” said Caner Casteel, chairman of the 12-mcmbcr arrangements com- See CONFERENCE, Page 2 Taxpayers group plans march around Capitol March 13 is the date set by the statewide organization of die Texas Association of Concerned Taxpayers for the citizens of Texas to let their legislators know that dicy arc serious when they say, “No new taxes and don’t raise die old taxes, either.” Taxpayers from throughout the Lone Star Slate arc scheduled to converge on the Capitol in Austin at 11 a.m. March 13 to meet widi Gov. Bill Clements, Ll. Gov. Bill Hobby and House Speaker Gib Lewis lo seek their commitment to no new taxes, accountability in all levels of government, and the right of Texans to peti tion their elected representatives and require a vote on excessive taxation. After a march around the Capitol, each taxpayer representative or group can make an appointment to meet with their own legislators beginning al 12:30 p.m. is your opportunity to join taxpayers from all over Texas and reaffirm your commitment to lower taxes and for more efficient government,” said C.A. Stubbs, president of the statewide organization and organizer and president of the Homeowner Taxpayer Association of San Antonio. Tavern A99'e M°ms owner indicted By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer A New Braunfels business owner was indicted in Guadalupe County Monday on a charge of delivery of a controlled substance. Leonardo Hernandez Jr., 42, 1764 Lee St., was arrested in Seguin Jan. 13 and charged with'delivery of a kilogram of cocaine at the Kettle Restaurant on Texas 46. “Hernandez had agreed to deliver the suspected kilo of cocaine” to a person who was not apprehended, said Jimmy Dc La Garza., a Seguin Police Department investigator. “They all met, he delivered and we arrested him.” The cocaine, which was sent to the Department of Public Safety lab in Austin for analysis, is valued between $50,000 and $60,(XX). A kilogram is equal to approximately 2.5 pounds. Hernandez and his son, Leonardo See INDICTED, Page 2 Following her discussion on the Sterling C. Evans Library at Texas A&M University, Dr. Evelyn King, second from left, was presented a check from the Comal County Aggie Moms Club. Some of the local club’s life members presented the check to King. They were, from left, Adeline Biggers, Wallie Haas, Loyce Boarnet, Doris Schreyer and Melinda Birdsong. Other life members are Pauline Becker, Mary Ann Seidel, Ella Graetzel, Irene Nuhn and Elva Krueger. (Photo by Deryl Clark) “Texas was founded as a republic and thrives as a government made up of representatives from all sections of the Lone Star State. TACT, as a statewide organization of grass-root taxpayer leagues, is seeking to remind all of our elected representatives that there is a limit to the burdens put on the homcowning taxpayer in financing the social welfare of Texas," Stubbs said. Persons interested in taking pan in the March 13 march may contact Stubbs directly at 1-340-0011 in San Antonio, or locally call Margie Raborn at 629-6241 for more information. Area man jailed on burglary charge A Seguin man remains in die Comal County jail today on attempted burglary of habitation charges after police caught him fleeing a house on Bobolink Street early Monday morning. Morris H. Juarez, 23, was arrested after New Braunfels police officers were dispatched to the 3(X) block of Bobolink at 12:17 a.m. When they arrived, officers saw the man running from the house toward Kuchlcr Street, said New Braunfels Police Department spokesman Martin Mayer. Police discovered a door leading into the house had been damaged, apparently when the suspect tried lo break in. When police apprehended Juarez, the suspect was carrying a black nylon bag with a purple stocking cap, screwdriver and gloves inside, Mayer said.Bill would license handguns for Texans AUSTIN (AP) — A state senator says his bill to license Texans to carry handguns would deny permits to those people who shouldn’t have them. “These are not the individuals that are shooting up schools,” said Sen. Ken Armbrister, D-Victoria. See Page 5 New Braunfels Vol. 137, No. 82 707 Landa St., New Braunfels, Texas 78130 (USPS 377-880) 512-625-9144T uesday March 7, 1989 25 Cents One Section, 10 PagesConference to focusLawmakers consider bills?o~WEsrM„r09 Jo/,, 0 22°1 Rn* Ic*OPuiif 9 m ,.RLihgtoh „ TX 76006 For the second time this sea*,..,    I Canyon will battle on the soccer field tom**.*, .is time the game between the teams coached by the Grandjean brothers will all but elimintate one of the teams. See Page 7 Think warm thoughtsCounty OKs plan for park patrols By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer A $36,000 contract approved by Comal County Commissioners Court Monday will allow deputies to cam extra money by patrolling Canyon Lake parks this summer. The contract between Comal County and U.S. Amiy Corps of Engineers is effective May 6 and ends Sept. 4. Deputies will make $18.98 an hour under the contract, which is for 1,901 man hours. “The (county) agrees to provide law enforcement services for that part of Canyon lake project lying within Comal County, Texas for the purpose of enforcement of state and local criminal and civil laws,” the contract states. In addition to the park patrol, the Corps of Engineers can request the sheriff to dispatch a deputy or deputies, within his manpower capabilities, to emergency situations. Sheriff Jack Bremer said he supports the contract which has been renewed every year since 1980. The sheriff recently prohibited deputies from working in taverns as off-duty security officers for safety and professional reasons. Commissioners also approved the authorization to request bids for pavement markings on the following roads: Ammann West, Blanco Road, Bulverde Road, Cranes Mill Road, Hoffmann Lane, Oblate Drive, Old Nacogdoches Road, Schoenthal Road, and Smithson Valley Road. See COUNTY, Page 2 for salary increases AUSTIN (AP) — Texas lawmakers would meet in regular session annually, rather than every other year, and would get a pay raise under measures considered by the House State Affairs Committee. See Page 4 ;