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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 2, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels Thursday 119 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377880 5126259144 May 1991 25 Cents One 14 Pages Stammtisch Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung wishes happy birthday today to Jason Shannon Cris April Sandra Mary Myrtle Shawn Kirstin Haynes and Robert Happy anniversary today to Martin and Mary Resales and Karen and Scott Know of a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Paul McLaughlin of the Grapes of Wrath will perform from noon to Friday at Main Plaza in Downtown New This concludes the Brown Bag Concerts series sponsored by the Downtown Bring a bag lunch and a lawn chair and be entertained for Street closings Closed for street construction from 7 to 5 today will be Hackberry Avenue from Katy to San Antonio streets and Bridge and Mill streets from Live Oak to Mesquite Busy Saturday Although Saturday will be busy with local city and school board the family is encouraged to attend the Kindcrmaskcnball Parade beginning at 10 Parade lineup begins at 9 at the NBISD Education Center on Mill Dont forget about Folkfcst 91 that afternoon at Conservation Plaza Churchill Tickets for Folkfest are on sale for for Children under 18 enter Tickets will get you admis sion on the grounds of Conserva tion Plaza and the Museum of Tex as Handmade Furniture Pick tickets up at New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce and Sophienburg AARP to meet The American Association of Retired Persons will meet at 9 Wednesday for greetings and cof fee at the Senior Citizens 142 Comal To honor Mothers a catered meal will be served at Reservations must be made by Friday by calling Treasur er Raymond Voges at Bracken barbecue The Bracken Volunteer Fire Department will hold its 21st annual Bazaar and Barbecue Din ner The fire station grounds open at 2 and food will be served from 4 to 9 Planned are cake country store and live entertain The fire station is located of FarmtoMarket Road 2252 near Garden Nursing class Free nurse assistant training classes are being offered at Eden The program consists of 60 classroom hours and 20 hours of clinical Interested par ties can come by Eden 631 Lake and fill out an applica Classes begin on altcmaie Mondays and run from 7 to 3 weekdays for two Next scheduled class begins Mon School Issues Comal Independent School Dis trict Superintendent Joe Rogers will conduct a special meeting with parents of children who live in the Purgatory Road area of the school district to discuss the possi bility of realignment of attendance zones for the 199192 school All parents and interested per SM 2 Good Day Clouds and a chance for rain are forecast through the with highs near 84 and lows near 70 anti Wednesdays high in New Braunfels was 84 and the overnight low was For additional weather see Page CLASSIFIED 1113 COMICS 8 CROSSWORD 3 DEAR ABBY 3 HOROSCOPE 8 KALEIDOSCOPE 7 SPORTS 101 1 TV LISTINGS 8 WEATHER 2 Council hopefuls in last forum By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor In their last appearance together Wednesday before the can didates running for a slot on the New Braunfels City Council blasted a recent raise for the city dis cussed water issues and questioned a city charter In an hourandahalf forum spon sored by the Concerned Citizens Coalition at the New Braunfels Utili ties meeting candidates in Dis trict 3 Joe Kuehler and Rudy Seidel and District 4 incumbent Eddie Susan Curtis and Paul Fras er stated their platforms and answered One question gained a unanimous response which was whether New Braunfels City Manager Paul Groh man should have been recently granted a pay raise by the City I think in a time when city employees are getting much lessof a raise then Grohman was I think City Council should have thought of being more responsible to the amount they gave I think Grohman also should do like other administrators in our city and refuse such a Knowing that we are in hard eco nomic times and that many people do not even have jobs much less I was the lone city councilmember that voted against the The in my opinion should have been I want to tell you there are a lot of folks out there that are mad Theres a chance here for a city mana ger to show a real leadership role to his own staff and certainly demons trate to the public that he wants to hold the line on spending and return his own raise to the city City Council candidate Joe Kuehler stands to address a question as others in Saturdays two races wait their Seated from left are Paul Fras Eddie Susan Curtis and Rudy Photo by Erik Karlsson I think if a raise was given the raise should have been commensurate with the percentage raise given to the rest of the Running the city is running a big The city is a big And with the economy the way it is a lot of big businesses are making their people take cuts in pay not giv ing them And if Grohman needed a raise it shouldnt have been that much it should have been on a smaller The five candidates were for a new against the corporations storing and burning hazardous waste at the Balcones Cement Plant and said they could work with the current city staff and council members if Candidates did disagree on whether the mayor of the city should be elected by popular vote rather then from the city The mayor should serve at the pleasure of the The position of mayor is that of honor and integrity and should not be The mayor should be a ceremo nial position leaving a city manager form of government If its not fix If the public wanted to elect the mayor they should have the opportun ity to do The election is Polls open at 7 and close at 7 Pam Brandt and Ken Daniels display a new Tshirt design to be sold at this weekends Folkfest in Conser vation Folkfest visitors get chance to journey back into history Take a journey back in time Saturday and Sunday with Folkfest The held on the grounds of Conservation Plaza and the Museum of Texas Hand made is open from to 6 Saturday and noon to 6 The spring celebration will feature German food and homebaked cakes and cookies along with folk dancing and handson demonstrations of ageold Sponsored by the New Braunfels Conservation Soci the Heritage Society and the Sophienburg Museum and this sixth annual event has grown in each This Folkfest adds to its German flavor the influences of other early ethnic Entertainment will feature Ballet Kinder Mariachi Cardenas Ecos de Klein Firconthe Moumain Startzville Stonipers and Ed Kad Iccck and the Village Demonstrations will include Ukrainian egg molasses tortilla tatting and Child rens events include the Kindermaskenball Parade downtown and a Grand March at Conservation Plaza at With every visitors gain entrance to the grounds and tours of the historicl build ings and a chance on two roundtrip airline tickets any where in the contiguous United courtesy of American Airlines and Rennerts New Braunfels Also available is a discount fare to Natural Bridge Proceeds from Folkfest fund the continuing efforts to preserve the heritage of New Braunfels and Comal County by the sponsoring Legislation stalling local school calendar By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor Depending on clarification of recent school funding legislation the development of the local 199192 school calendar has been put on The reason we dont have a prop osal for the calendar changes is were waiting to see if they legislators are going to try to solve said Carol assistant superintendent for cur riculum for the Comal Independent School While CISD and the New Braun fels Independent School District share the same the districts alter nate its Officials at CISD are responsible for developing the 199192 Omnibus Bill expected to clean up Senate Bill which passed in could change some such SB 351 specifications as increas ing the number of instructional days from 175 to Under SB 351 each school must provide for not less than 180 days of instruction for students and not less than three days of preparation for teachers for each school This in turn means an increase in the cost of tiansporling students and Die bill also calls for each school to pro vide for not less than 40 hours of staff development training under guidelines provided by the Commissioner of This means pulling the teachers out of the classroom for five days forcing the district to hire Edmund said today from his Austin office that along with other will work to ensure teachers will not suffer and will possibly reduce die number of staff or inservicc set out in the senate When the bill was passed it was made very clear there were some major concerns about inscrvice train ing Kuempel Some of the teachers Ive talked to instead of the inservice they didnt know if they were getting the full Of course it was so they had to do it but they would just as soon be in the classroom as going to We dont want to be a burden on the school districts by having them to hire a substitute for teachers if they had to go to he If we had to hire substitutes for all of our teachers to get five days of staff development it would cost Hall NBISD officials project it would cost their district about Hall said the calendar may not be completed until Its really wreaking havoc with any kind of she Its a big Guadalupe cleanup part of conservation festival Food booth to benefit childrens shelter May the Childrens Emergency Shelter will host a booth set up at selling hotdogs and pickles to raise The New Braunfels facility is open 24 hours a seven days a The shelter serves Comal Guadalupe County and Bexar Children at the shelter range in age from infants to 10 year We recently had a baby under a year old who was severely physically She hud two black She had broken She had cigarette They hit her on the head with a two by She had bruises said Esther administrator of the In this case police officers were sum moned by the The mother called police and then handed the baby over to an officer This 8w 2 By JAMIE LEE CAMPBELL Staff Writer While the River Conservation Awareness Festival has already its main events will be May 31 and June There will be live film contests and a cleanup along the Guadalupe The film presentation will emphas ize water conservation and safe boat The entire festival is aimed at informing the public about water The main event is the music festival which starts Friday and continues through Headline acts appearing at Gruene Hall are Gary Niuui and Bill Saturday the festival moves out doors with a river cleanup that covers 50 miles of the Visitors renting rafts or tubes will be handed a free mesh bug to pick up Conscientious river cmisers will be rewarded for their After turning in a bag of litter and placing all lecyclables in a container the river cruiser is eligible to win 100 or a free pass to a variety of recreational acti Key locations for river riders are Rockn R River Rides and the Rio Raft both in Hopefully the public will be nuide aware that every drop of water con served keeps water in our said Betty adminisuuioi of the Water Oriented Recreation which is cosponsoring the event with Friends For Walls also said the festival will give people an oppor tunity to join the Friends For Rivets For call 6250662 01   

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