New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 19, 1989

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 19, 1989

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 19, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas CISDboard candidates discuss issues in forum Increasing teacher combating drugs in the and teaching sex education to students will be some goals of all four candidates running for a slot on the Comal independent School District school See below Bmavides Patterson shine in Unicorn win Rudy Benavides pitched a nohitter and Matt Patter son belted a grand slam hortie run fuesday night as New Braunfels ripped Smithson Valley 140 in a Dis trict 284A baseball game at feanger It was the seventh consecutive district victory for the See Page 13A 410 M009 104 SOWEST MICROPUBLISHING BROOKHOLLOW PLZ SUITE 300 TX 76006 JUKI yuur meats niossom with healthy applesauce Stand in the middle of an apple orchard in April and you 11 feel springtime in the With a couple of jars of applesauce on your kitchen you can enjoy the lightness of springtime all year See Page 2B New Braunfels 113 New Texas 78130 USPS 377 Zeitunq Wednesday April 1989 25 Cents Two 24 Pages Rain testing new system By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer When it rains it And when it pours in New Braunfels the Landa Fredericksburg Road intersection is going to puddle significantly during down but will recede faster since recent drainage say city This morning I would say was unpredictable because it all came down at one said Don draftsman and inspector for the City of New You just didnt have time for it to run It shouldnt really pond too much was again backed up because of the pure volume of water it was get ting but it was being carried off very said City Mana ger Paul I dont think anybody could ask for a better program than what we have right In October City of New Braunfels voters passed a bond election to improve public build drainage and parks and recreational On 1988 city crews started the allocated which cost almost SI to improve the Road It was finished in The area including Wood Inspiration Lockener Howard Parkview Prince Drive and Fre dericksburg Road fared well under pouring rain conditions this morn ing because of additional piping and culverts added during the I drove all the streets this morn and every one of them was extremely drivable the entire time even during the heaviest Grohman Provisions were made to control standing water at th6 They put one big inlet there at the corner at Towne and Country Realtor company then they moved down Fredericksburg and put another big inlet to more or less handle what was coming across See Page 2A A driver eases his car through water at the intersection of Santa Clara and San Antonio streets this Photo by Deryl Glark Safe City meetings Report names 342 concerns NB trustees approve goals A framework for goals for New Braunfels Independent School Dis trict was approved by trustees Tues day Board members voted unanimously to approve the mission statement and governing values for the district that were put together by a strategic plan ning committee of 45 citi board teachers and The committee was really a cross section of the said Superintendent Charles They met for one basic reason and that was what NBISD should look like for the next three to five I couldnt have said it better myself and I didnt really have much Bradberry The statement of governing values includes 18 points concerning quality education in the The mission statement reads Our mission is to develop responsible and productive citizens through an educa tional process built on pride and tradi provided by dedicated and moti vational school and community peo ple who guide the development of each individuals body and character in a supportive and challenging When we get this said trustee Jean we will be the envy of every school district in the state and I was skeptical that we could do somthing this said trustee Bob I feel better about education The next thing we do in the next eight to 12 months is start looking at critical the strengths and weaknesses of our said Mike assistant superintendent of curriculum and Then we will set shortterm opera tional objectives and action said who added that a oneday See Page 2A Attempting to make New Braunfels a safer place to the Safe City Commission has identified 342 neigh borhood mainly a lack of street lighting and speeding during 25 neighborhood I was real pleased with the input we received from the said Safe City Director Don I think the residents of this town are very concerned about improving the conditions of their The commissions goal is to get residents involved in improving their neighborhoods and protecting their property against The better a neighborhood the more organized a neighborhood the louder message it sounds to Clues in theft sought A recent burglary at TCB Y Yogurt is this weeks Crime Stoppers Crime of the Unknown suspects forcibly entered the located at 208 Loop while the store was Suspects took an undetermined amount of cash from the Nothing else in the store was The burglary occurred between and 9 April Persons with information about the burglary should call Crime Stoppers at Crime Stoppers pays up to for information leading to the arrest and indictment of persons involved in any felony CISD candidates face issues during meeting Increasing teacher com bating in the and teach ing sex education to students will be some goals of all four candidates run ning for a slot on the Comal Indepen dent School District school The candidates incumbent school board president Carter Dan William Bill and Martin Allen answered ques tions from approximately 60 people Tuesday night at a forum at Mountain Valley Elementary School in The event was sponsored by the Canyon Lake Republican Womens All four candidates agreed teachers should be paid more and additional drug awareness and prevention prog rams should be offered to Candidates also expressed pros and cons about a proposal to consolidate tax collections with the Comal Coun ty tax CISD asses ses and collects its Jf we can collect cheaper why not dp it save If youre saving money then maybe more money can go to the said who is Gqrnal County dis trict court has to be looked As a As a Aj a Before I made any decision as to that whether or not it would save money J would have the who has been vocal about the consolidation resounded her concerns about MIm not opposed to saving taxpay ers she Im trow tfce old schooUyou just gotta show me Dan Mitchell that its going to be a If in fact consolidation will save CISD we need to see We need to be invited to the table to ham mer out an agreement make it a contract one that we enter everybody knows what they are com ing with and what they are leaving she Comal County commissioners Neil Craigraile and Clyde Jacobs started a campaign drive recently to consoli date taxes on the county If can save it needs to be looked at and if we start losing CJSP should he able to get said who owns and operates Pasts Disposal Service in William Bill Smith Collection of taxes is a very good who is a school adding the collection rate should be If it drops collection rate we lose Candidates also talked about sex As far as safe nosex in schools I guess I have to say Im a believer of teaching no Allen Its too devastating to girls to become pregnant in somebody has got to stand up and talk about sex educa Casteel And the public has turned everything over to the Sw Page 2A Bush criticized for indecision WASHINGTON AP The Bush administration faced sharp criticism today for not acting deci sively enough in taking control of the Alaska oil as senators called for new laws that would require the presidem 10 direci such cleanup There has never been a lime when this situalion was under con declared Max chairman of the Senate environmenial proieclion subcom which convened a hearing on the oil spill recovery Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell said that President Bush was slow to comprehend the mag nitude of this disaster and valu able hours were lost after the March 24 spill in Alaskas Prince William Sound when the might still have been of said federal environmental laws need to be changed to require the presidem to either take over oil spill cleanup efforts or specifically to declare that ihe cleanup is being conducted properly through private Transportation Secretary Samuel the presidents point man on ihe oil spill who was scheduled to testify before the Senate panel has said that Bush rejected a fedcrali zation of the Alaska cleanup because of concern that such a move might affect Exxons finan cial The president has said the Coast Guard is coordinating clea nup See Pa0e2A Battleship Iowa burns AP Fire broke out aboard the Navy battleship USS Iowa after an explosion this officials The explosion at occurred about 10 on one of the battleships 16inch gun turrets as the ship was taking pan in a gunnery exercise about 330 miles northeast of Puerto Atlantic Reet spokesman Commander Steve Bur nett The extent of damage and injuries was not Burnett He said a gun turret is normally occupied by 27 Another Norfolkbased the Coral was Commander John the criminal that the residents in this neighborhood are concerned about who comes in and out and are con cerned about keeping it a crimefree Ferguson The resident has to feel comfort able in his neighborhood to get he A lot of studies indicate that if a person feels more comfortable in their environment they will be more willing to gel improve their community and fight Other concerns identified during the meetings in order of street speeding high weeds and See Page 2A Good day Its wet outside and the rain is likely to continue tonight follow ing the cool front that pushed through this The low tonight should dip into the 60s with Thursdays high reaching into the April Inside DEAR A TV 2A Stammtisch Two teams of girls will com pete in a Powder Puff football game Friday at 8 at Cougar The money earned by the competition between Senior girls and Junior girls will help the Canyon High Project Tickets are in advance or at the Project Graduation also is rais ing money by selling Seniors will be taking orders for tarnales April Tamales arc for a and delivery dale is April Members of the local chapter of the American Association of Uni versity Women have been collect ing books for weeks and now will offer them for sale Saturday from 9 to 5 at the Paul Lutheran Church activity AAUW will sell paper selfhelp and oilier books to raise money for its which are awarded lo mature women who have returned to The handbells are ringing all over town in preparation for Saturdays New Braunfels Area Handbell Festival hosied by ihe Good Vibrations Handbell Choir of Firsi Uniied Methodist The festival will be in the Fellow ship Hall of First United Method 572 San Antonio call 6290845 or 6254513 for more Five handbell choirs will including First Uniied Methodist First Baptist First Protestant Paul Lutheran all of New and First United Methodist Church of San The concert portion of the festi beginning at 2 will be free and open to the Each bell choir will perform selections and the concert will conclude with a rousing massed singing See 2A ;