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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 19, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels Serving NEW BRAUNFELS and COMAL COUNTY Home of Ronald Novltt Wednesday June 1991 25 Two td Pages NBISD selects CED members Best wishes The New nraunfels Herald Zctliing wishes happy birthday Kxlny lo Ruben Pearly Tony Allxia Cathy Ann Mary Margaret Raul Chapa Jason Arnold Jo Ann Ruben Frank Mary Ann Hum Nlcholc Rene Mor Cristinc ami Joey Happy anniversary today to Pat and Mike Alan and Dot lic Richard and Mary Lupcand Ramiro and Bob and Cindy Know of a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Street closings Mcsquitc Avenue from West Son Antonio Street to Katy Street and Bridge and Katy streets from Hackbcrry to Chestnut will be closed all day today for street Benefit car wash The Runners Softball Team will wash cars June 22 from 10 at Barrys Under pass 904 Scguin to raise money for a team trip to Den Class reunion New Braunfcls High School Class of 1956 will hold its 35year reunion June 29 at the Woodlands Country Club at Canyon Registration begins at 3 For more information call 6252520 or For more reunion information see Page SCHERTZ VFW Post located at 1000 Highway 78 in will sponsor an old fashioned fish fry and June 22 from The Country Creek band will provide live music in the post can teen between 9 For more information call Water festival The sixth annual Hot Dam Cold Water Festival is slated for June 2122 at Farm to Market 306 and the Guadalupc River next to the Maricopa Grounds open at 5 Friday and remain open until after the dance at On the grounds will be open from 11 to 1 For more information call Wade Rus sell at Story time Were you aware that at the Dit tlinger Memorial Library you can register your 3 to 5 year old for story time Each Tuesday morning at 10 children arc introduced to books through a variety of activ ities including music and For more information visit the library at 373 Magazine or call Vaccines available Corhal County Health Depart ment has received 50 doses of Pneumovac vaccine from the Tex as Department of Health for use in high risk This vaccine will be available for individuals age 65 or older who have never received the June Page 2A Good Day Sunny and hoi conditions with just the slightest chance of isolated ihutulershowcrs is the forecast for South Texas through Highs near lows near 72 and winds from the southeast at 510 mph are In New Braunfels the high was The overnight low was For more wouthor please see Pttgo DEAR PRIME TV By ROBERT STEWART Writer The New Braunfels Independent School District Board of Trustees elected Jean Ward and Dick Robincttc as members of the Cornal County Education District CED at its meet ing lust Id like to nominate the two retired members of our board as this may be a very limeconsuming Trus tee Alan Hermes Trustee Margie Raborn seconded the nomination and ihc vole was Trustee Bob Clarke was not at the Assistant Superintendent Lonnie Curtis immediately gave the two irus tecs information packets so they could start preparing for the first CED meet ing scheduled for June The CED board will consist of Ward and Robinette from NBISD along with Lcc Ikcls and Lcroy Good son from the Comal Independent School District The CED was set up by the legisla tures school finance plan to levy property taxes on a countywide basis to supplement the school district In other a molion lo appoint Linda Schlatter as new principal of Seele Elementary School failed for Early filings for NBISDs three board posts few By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer Only two candidates have filed applications so far to be on the ballot for the New Braunfels Independent School District Board of Trustees election slated for August accord ing to Susan superintendents secretary for The terms of the disiricl one seal and two atlargc scats expire this Board President Bob Self has filed for reelection to an atlargc scat and Leo a former New Braun fcls High School Teacher has also filed for an atlargc The deadline lo file applications for a place on ihc ballot is Wed June according to the Education Besides Selfs allargc the district one term of Board Treasurer Nayo Zamora and the atlarge term of Truslce Arlon Hermes expire this All qualified voters in the NBISD will be eligible lo vote on the allarge while qualified volcrs in dislrict one are eligible to vote for ihc disiricl one The iwo candidates receiving the most votes in the atlarge election shall be declared the winners of those while ihc candidate receiving the most votes in districl one will be declared the winner of that POLICE ROUNDUP Elected to represent the New Braunfels Independent School District Board of Trustees on the new Comal County Education District were Jean Ward and Dick they are sworn to their new Photo by Robert Stewart lack of a majority vole on a 33 Dick Alan and Bob Self voted in favor of the appoinimenl while Jean Mar gie and Nayo Zamora voted Board Secretary Jean Ward said that the apppintmenl of Schlatter would go against the disiricls long standing policy of promoting the assisiani when an opening came Schlatter is currently director of elementary special education for There was also a question of whether the item was properly posted on the Attorney Michael Butts asked if it was posied and went up to board dais to see that it was listed on the board members Superintendent Charles Bradberry explained that the item was inadver lenlly left off the original agenda that was compiled by a person that didnt normally do it and that a revised ver sion was sent to trustees and the medi There was confusion as some peo ple in the audience had the original rather than the revised Peter and Kenneth McGuire were appointed as assistant principals al New Braunfels Middle School on a 40 vote with Rabom and Ward Carleion district tax collec tor said that the city tax bills would probably be sent out by Friday but that the school district tax bills would have to wait until the new rates could be determined based on certified val ues and a court decision on the consti luiionaliiy of the new CED finance Trustee Margie Rabom asked who would bear the burden of the cost of the extra Donop said that the cost would be split between the dis trict and the NBISD usually col lects taxes for the city along with their taxes but this year a separate mailing will be The board also approved the purch ase of a video equipment system from Padgitt Communications in the low This wil I be used to record athletic events and may also be used for video journalism The sys tem will be paid for with from the athletic according to Lonnie assistant superinten dent for Luncheon prices were raised by the board in an attempt to come closer to the breakeven according to The new price for secondary students is and 70 cents for Elementary students will pay for lunch and 70 cents for Adult employees and vol unteers will be charged and 85 cents while others will pay and The reduced price program went Trustees also officially ordered an election on August 10 to fill three trustee The deadline for fil ing for a place on the ballot is June Only two candidates hve filed so Curtis added thai writein candi dates must register by July 11 for their vote totals to be Cheryl president of the local homeschooling support shares a lesson in laughter with her three Photo by Annalies Schlickenrieder Schooling part of family life BY ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer Theres a lot of talk in Texas these days about education arid how to improve Some people have taken matters into their own hands and are schooling their children at We have about 80 families in our group with about half of those in New Cheryl president of the local home schooling support group Other members of the group are from Canyon Seguin and San she The group includes about 200 homeschooled children ranging from preschooi through high according to The support group conducts 3m Page 2A July Fourth parade roster still growing By JANINE GREEN Managing Editor While the Welcome Home Troops Parade scheduled July Fourth in downtown New Braunfels already lists 34 were still accepting said planning committee member Wilton Warneck Anyone interested in joining in should call by June Organizers and prospective parti cipants gathered Tuesday evening at the Knights of Columbus Hail to dis cuss details of the The fairgrounds has a horseshoe pil and a volleyball said com mittee member Pam and wed like to see some organization sponsor Novelty races are another attraction of the oldcushioned Fourth of July picnic in need of some kinil of Among roles remaining ore A sponsor for the dunking Organizers for games and donors for Additional parade Volunteers to decorate flatbed trucks as floats for veterans and their Donations to the Fireworks established at Victoria Bank and Trust formerly First Federal Savings and Loan on Main tf every person who will be watching the fireworks donated just one we wouldnt need to raise funds again for three said Susan Kolath of the New Braunfels sponsor of the Letters detailing parade lineup information and requirements of the Comal County Fair Association on use of booths soon will be sent to hose who have signed Its essen tial that we have your participation See Hamburger shop robbed By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer The Wendys hamburger restaurani in Ihc 100 block of Highway 46 South in New Braunfels was robbed around last according to Roque of the New Braunfels Police Witnesses said that a nuui wearing a light brown or beige nylon scarf over the top of his head and a brown scurf covering his lower face walked into the tip to the counter ami demanded He held what witnesses believed to be a firearm covered with a cloth in his Roque The cashier backed away from the counter and ran unvaals the according to The waiwgw then walked to the cash opened it and backed away as ho sus pect removed the paper money trow the cash drawer and placed it in ime of the restaurants paper Roque The man fled on He is described as a white 5 feet 6 inches lo 5 feet 8 inches in height and weighing ISO Ho was believed to be wearing a tan blue tennis shoes and the scarves wrapped around his according lo Marijuana charges Two Conroe residents were charged Saturday with misdemeanor possession of a controlled marijuana on on Edwards Boulevard in the River Road according to Chief Deputy Wayne Hoherz of the Comal County Sheriffs Kelli Ami and Erie were pulled over in a vehi cle traffic slop and allegedly found to be in possession of a small baggy of They were released after making bond of officials Weekend burglaries Several burglaries were reined over the weekend by the Comal Coun ty Sheriffs A boat storage house ou Cranes Mill Road was broken inw sometime between May 25 and June Sloven Pichichero of San Antonio said that in miscellaneous items were according to Chief Deputy Wayne 2A Thermometer climbing Since contributions have pushed the Seniors Cen ter of Comal County fund drive to Since has been added 10 ihe fund drive for the new Seniors Center of Comal bringing ihe total to Lat est coniribuiors are Individual Capstone Donors Bennie and Kathy Bock Mel Shane and and Stan Mary Business Capstone Donor Hi Stop Food Midtex Oil Maurice Individual Cornerstone Donor Pete No Business Foundation Donor up to Barrys Under Pass Saloon Barry Individual Foundation Donors and Arlind and James Lorene and Warren Wesley and Ora and Melvin Shirley Claudia King and Nelson and Edward Betty and Oscar Fern Lucille and Brawley and and John Marie and David Dorothy iuid Carl Leonora Wolf and Mildred Time and talent Lillian Doll Elsie Rosalie Lena Virgi nia Irene Theska Dorothy Herbert and Sue Ann Mary Jo Robson and Jack Material and services Victoria Hank and Pauline Betty Green ami Carl Memorials For Ben Bock by Bennie and Kathy Bock for Fannw Mae Orwim by Ruth First United Methodist Church for Elsie Gass Griebat by Hilmar and Elaine Wenzel for Archie Tie mann by Nell Gross and for Jolut Robert by Pauline   

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