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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 26, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                RTC has plans to spend new thrift bailout money by See Page 2 Perry says trade pact a winner for states See Page 3 Rangers prepared for another tight bidistrict Seepage New Braunfels 93 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377880 5126259144 Tuesday March 1991 25 Cents One 10 Pages Stammtisch Best wishes The New Braunfels llerald Zeitung wishes happy birthday today to Sandy Daniel Gonzalcs Diron Pclc Villareal Paula Mary Mclvin Don Irene Gal Melba Gabriel Anthony Rodri Tara Jo Elvira Rus sell and Lyse Belated best wishes to Benito Castillo and Miguel Happy anniversary to and Harvey Borgfcld and Norccn and Walter Know of a birthday or anniver sary Call our receptionist at 6259144 the day before wed like to share in the Jaycees project The New Braunfels Jaycees wish to thank supporters whose contributions have made possible a Childrens Film to be held from to April 13 at the Walnut 6 Underprivileged children will be treated to screenings of The Movie and All Dogs Go to The event also will help fund such Jaycees projects as the Fourth of July fireworks display and Toys for Some tickets said Jaycee President Blair Call 6253463 for more Open today after being closed Monday for street construction work dre Mesquite Avenue from Katy to West Sail Antonio Bridge Street from Hackberry to Chestnut and Mill Street from Hackberry to Chestnut Good Friday holiday Administrative offices of the city of New Braunfels will be closed in observance of Good Fri according to city purchasing agent Frank There will be normal garbage pick up that Puppet workshops Storteller Orli Rotem and pup peteer Natasha La Gitana will join forces Thursday to present a sha dow puppet performance and workshop at the New Braunfels Childrens Museum in Courtyard Shopping Rotem special izes in interactive storytelling and creative while La Ghanas specialty is shadow They will present a show based on the message of peace and under standing Children first will watch a then will participate in a workshop to create their own shadow After a sack the youngsters will present their own puppet Registration for the session starts at 9 and the performance for parents and others interested will be at 1 The activity is appro priate for youngsters between 6 See Iage 2 Good Day Partly cloudy conditions and winds from the south gosling at 1520 mph are forecast for the area today with a high near 85 and and low near 70 rounding out he High in New Braunfels was 82 with an overnight low of Show ers are agajn a possibility Wed with temperatures rang ing from 61 to 82 For more weather see Page Inside DEAR TV CISD names Rogers By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor Longtime educator Joe who currently is principal of Smith son Valley High was selected as superintendent of the Comal Inde pendent School District Monday by unanimous action of the school Im just a little bit Rogers Obviously Im Im flattered to be thought of by this school board so Rogers will fill the position left vacant by Bill who died of cancer in December Arlen who served as spokesman for Brown during his ill ness and as acting superintendent after his now will return full time to his dudes of assistant superin tendent of To try to fill the shoes of Bill Brown is certainly going to be a tough if it can be But Im cer tainly going to give it my very best effort for the Rogers said after the announcement was made at Members of the CISD Board of Trustees met behind closed doors for more than three hours Monday night at the Central Office Building in New Braunfels interviewing Rogers and the three other inhouse candidates for the Other candidates included Tieken Carol assistant superin tendent for curriculum and Rusty principal of Canyon High The board of trustees never opened the field of candidates to persons out side the It was a tough decision tonight to said Board President Lee We went over and over the dif ferent Like a pro Chad Manlezi playing third base for the Mabry Enterprises team in the National Leagues Peewee steps in like a pro to stop a bad hop during Mondays conducted on the Knights of Columbus field in New Photo by Erik Karlsson City will license grave operators By KATHflYN SCHOEMER Stall Writer Licenses and permits will be required for people performing grave opening and closing services iit city owned New Braunfels City Council unani mously approved a resolution requir ing grave operators to obtain licenses before they can perform grave open ing mid closing Council member James Qoodbread made the motion to approve the resolution mid it was seconded by Ramon Cliapa In addition to obtaining operators will be required to pay a fee to the city in order to open and close the This fee would trans fer to a perpetual care fund to main tain the said Finance Direc tor Richard That we would be protecting Uie city and the general Funeral homes will have an option of performing grave operating ceremonies them selves or hiring a he Mayor Anio Becker immediately favored the We liad diffi culties because the person who Is doing the cemetery maintenance was afraid that the people opening and closing graves may damage come of Citys budget reviewed Grohman given raise Related storiesPage 2 the gravestones and that he might get blamed for he With the passage of the the person performing the services will be fully insured and have a permit allowing us to take a look at it so if there is damage hopefully the prop er person will be Becker Parties performing the grave ser vices would be licensed annually upon proof of City officials said funeral home directors were satisfied with the prop I spoke with the Doeppensc hmidt funeral director and he was pleased with Chapa Council members also approved a resolution granting a contract with Maintenance Management to provide cemetery maintenance in the Burdine said this contract would save more than for the Other council members at the meet ing were Loraine Eddie Bill Arnold and Clinton The image of a suspect with camouflage coveralls and a stockinged head is captured on a convenience stores ROUNDUP Suspects sought in safe theft Schertz man sports abduction Sy STEPHANIE FERGUSON editor New Braunfels police today ue continuing to search tor three sus pects who burglarized 4 local con venience taking 4 atoucy video taps captured said 4 detective with the There are atleast three of On the audio portion of the tape we hear the name of Max or Mac or maybe even Mail where one of the tic tors is referred The suspects forcibly oniured Hit Stop FooU Matt ai FM 306 and Hunter Road after midniglu he Store Hjisowiel notified police of the burglary nceded with over faces and wearing camouf lage Uie susptxu took the safe from ihe counter mid were seen dragging it o buck oi me tie Aa undetermined unoiuu n Joe Rogers Water ByJOEBELK Slatf Writer The creation of an underground water district for the Trinity Aquifer part of which is under western Comal County is long the chairman of a recently formed advisory committee said years Cameron Wiley said after the advisory committee formed by the Comal County Commissioners Court met for the first time on Monday The panel was formed pursuant to a report by the State Legislature and Texas Water Commission identifying watercritical areas of the Hill That designated area included all or part of five including the part of Comal County which draws its water from the Trinity Smithson Valley and Spring Branch are among the Trinity fed Precinct 1 Commissioner Jumbo Evans said the district could be formed in conjunction with other Trinity Aquiferserved counties or but he believed the latter would The feeling seems to in most that these will be individual conservation he Wiley noting that the water problems of western Comal County would be enough to deal Because of this area poten tially presents specific water crises as Weve just got too many people out here and thats going to put a strain on everything especially the he He said the committees immediate plans are to discuss the optimum approaches to forming a water dis That he will go through the Texas Water There are two ways of creating a water district through a special act of the Legislature or by petitioning the Because the deadline for new bills has he said the water commission would probably be the quickest course of Evans and Wiley both stressed the differences between the Trinity and Edwards with Wiley liken ing them 10 night and The Trinity flows much more slow in cases taking 20 years for flic water to move one the Trin ity is tlso more limited its only riowce is rain 4iid it often takes i while before the water can be The advisory committee which Reeled Wiley Kay Arms trong victtchaimian and Luvemc CuUubuc seereuiryireasuier on Mon day has not set a time for iu next nor does ii have a specific idea how soou a water district can Following the petition to the water if would be elections of five board We did not loak at a I tried to impart a tense   

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