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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 29, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels 96 Best wishes The New Braunfels llerald Zcltung wishes happy birthday today to Douglas Kid Adriana Sara Meta Linda Samuel Ste Bounce Eustacio Luna and Adolfo Ortega Best wishes Saturday to the Francis Zcnaida Amanda Kathryn Elisc Kclyn ZocIIcr and Kcrby Happy anniversary today to Jack and Agnes Knight and Marcelino and Rebecca Know of a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Championship ball boys When the call went out for more ball boys to work at the Womens Hardcourt Champion ships in San it was answered by six New Braunfels Donald arid Ryan Jeremy and Jason Kirby Wilson and Jarncs Tyler have already worked matches involving Pam Shrivcr and Manucla Malec among The ranging in ages from have worked every day of the event at the McFarlin Tennis The groups last scheduled appearance as ball boys is They arc likely to work this after noons featured match between Monica Seles and Claudia Tree grafting workshop A pecan and peach tree grafting workshop is set for April 4 at the Comal County Extension Office beginning at 2 that Loy extension horti will present the program on grafting Shreve will dis cuss several methods of storing recom mended and care of the uees afte The extension office office will have graftwood available to those attending the Pecan varieties of graftwood include Desir and Peach varieties include Junegold and Participants will do some handson grafting of seedling trees in New Defensive driving The division of continuing edu cation at Texas Lutheran College in Seguin will offer a defensive driving course from 6 to 10 April 2 and The course will be in room 109 of Weeber Hall on llie TLC campus and is under the supervision of the National Safety Council and the Texas Safety Asso Cost is to call Book sale The 13th annual Public Library Book Sale will be April 57 at the Public Library 608 Sale hours are 11 to 8 10 to 5 Saturday and noon to 3 The Books by the Inch pricing sys tem will be Hardbacks arc 50 cents an inch and paybacks mid magazines will be 25 cents an Call 15126586011 for more Newcomers meeting The New Braunfels Newcomers club will meet Tuesday at the See Page 2A Good Day Sunny but gusty conditions today should find the high near 70 and winds from the north west at 2530 diminishing later in the An overnight low in the is In New Braunfels the high was the overnight low was 52 and only a truce of rain was For more weahier see Page Inside DEAR RELIGIOUS TV 707 Landa New Texas 78130 DSPS 377880 5126259144 Friday March 1991 25 Cents Two 18 Pages Stammtisch Man arrested in drug case Shelter in the storm The moon illuminates a retreating cloud over the lighted spire of Living Word Church on Highway 81 East in New A stormy evening Thursday produced only a trace of measurable Photo by Erik Karlsson By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor A 23yearold New Braunfels man was arrested on drug charges Thurs day after officers from the Comal County Sheriffs Office excecuted a search warrant at his Edward Gonzales was arrested Thursday afternoon and later released from the Comal County Jail after posting bond on a charge of posses sion of marijuana under two Drowning autopsy says By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor An elderly San Antonio woman found floating in Canyon Lake Wed nesday afternoon died as a result of accidental according to an autopsy Its going to be called accidental said Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace Fred who ordered the The medical examiner concluded that the cause of slipping into the water was by falling on the concrete boat The autopsy was performed at the Travis County iMedical Examiners Office in Kathleen was found floating near the boat ramp area in Canyon Springs nearly two hours after she was reported missing by her sister Wednesday The accident marks the first drown ing at Canyon Lake in Chief Deputy Wayne Hoherz of the Comal County Sheriffs Office was the first to spot the missing woman floating in about three feet of was visiting her sister at Canyon Springs Resort on Canyon Springs when she wan dered from the authorities adding she was suffering from health Canyon Springs Resort is on FM 2673 at the northern tip of the Officers executed the warrant at in the 2000 block of Spur The search warrant was issued by Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace Doc As we entered the house he was smoking a The house really said a narcotics who asked not to be He had his 3ycarold daughter in the Officers found several small bags of marijuana and some NBU offering retirement incentives ByDANAOVEnSTREET City Editor Thirteen New Braunfels Utilities employees will have clays to decide if they will retire from their careers at the local NBUs Board of Trustees Thursday night approved an incentive retire ment program in an effort to reduce the public utilitys Weve never had an incentive retirement said Jeff director of administrative and financial services at Weve been talking about this for several By offering this we feel some of those employees getting close to that this may be what it takes for them to retire at this It is a voluntary NBU is offering three options for early retirement to those employees who will be by June There are 13 employees who meet that The first option offers a 150 incentive for each year of ser vice completed by June 30 all the eligible employees qualify for the first The second choice is a ves ting incentive that involves the retirement system and the third alter native is a minimum benefit offer of On one its an but on the other I feel like were losing a lot of experience that will be hard to Thompson The retirement incentive is a one time offer and employees have iVom April 1 through May 15 to make a After May all bets are said NBLT General Manager Bob Coming Sunday The home of Mika ana Linda in the Comal Town dis trict of New is one of six included in a touf coming up S to benefit the MidTexas Sym phony For a preview of the homes and details on the see Sundays Kaleidoscope Section in your Photo by Erik Karlsson A spocial look at loligious tradition will be the focus of a special Sun day loatuto by Crossroads columnist Ida Sing It might be to their benefit to make a decision at this time because after 45 they might be laid said Trustee Skip reiterating that NBUs goal is a reduc tion of employee It needs to be understood by the employees that this is not a policy but is in fact a onetime shot as allow ed under our layoff policy which states that the board and management will consider alternatives to layoffs during a workforce reduction Thompson stated in his status report to the If an employee retires from a posi tion that cannot be left another employee could be transferred from another department to fill that Thompson Our intent is to reduce the number of he adding that the departments will Fmzier be Do you have in mind a number of people to curtail asked Mayor Arno a member of the Well take all who Sohn Stratemann made the motion to accept the Trustee Robert Orr voted against the Voting yes were Becker and Trustee Jesse Also NBUs Board of Trustees approved a Drug and Alco hol Policy for When the board approved a personnel policy last we ielt a space for a Drug and Alcohol Policy at iftat Thompson lias an April 15 deadline by which 10 iiave a policy in place according to ihe newest Work mens Compensation CISD hopeful cites skill in management By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor San Antonio home builder Don Craighead said his success at busi ness will allow him to bring good management skills to the Comal Independent School District Board of Trustees if elected in During the last six years weve seen some really bad times in the home building busi ness and I was able to analyze my business and come back on an overhead Ua9head and stay in business when a lot of j friends of mine havent been able he i who has lived in j Bulverde in the Coma 1SD forsix said he has been involved with a number of school He served as the president of the Athletic Booster Club for two years and the vice president of the Future Farmers of America Boos ter Club for two He also serves on the board of directors of the Greater San Antonio Builders Craighead is running for a three year term on the school board in the May 4 Thirteen peo ple have tiled for four Craighead said one of the major issues facing he is school I want to be sure con dnue she high quality of education inat weve been giving but J think were going to have to learn 0 do it with less feel the recent high platings of ihe Smithson Valley High ocnool and Canyon iligh School Decathlon learns are examples of i he academic excellence the CISD is providing need to ensure hat ihc instruction level is not craighcau is inarricd rmci has 1 hrec two of whom iiave graduated from Smiihson Valley High One daughter is a l uiu 3y STEPHANIE FERGUSON iMawa Editor What is j feei hus big ears uid it ix over on 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