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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 1, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas 2A New September 1991 Weather Water Watch Canyon Lake cfs down 20 Canyon Lake cfs same Canyon Lake feet same Additional figures unavailable Saturday South Texas forecasts TODAYMONDAY Partly cloudy to occasionally cloudy through Monday with scattered showers or brief locally heavy rainfall Highs Sunday and Monday 80s and 100 to 105 Rio Grande Lows Sunday night 60s Hill Country to near 80 70s TUESDAYTHURSDAY Hill Country and South Central partly cloudy with scattered after noon and evening decreasing on Lows in the Highs in the Texas Coastal partly cloudy with scattered daytime Lows near 80 coast to 70s Highs near 90 coast to the 90s Lower Texas Rio Grande Valley and partly cloudy with scattered daytime thunder Lows near 80 coast to 70s Highs near 90 coast to near 100 Southeast Texas and the upper Texas partly cloudy with Rain spurs multiplecar mishaps ROBERT STEWART Council Continued from Page 1A doing Im not going to fault Paul for If he can get a better job in a bigger I would say go for Kraft I would say it was the way that it was handled that shocked me Brandt said who informed him of the resumes shortly before the media has done a good although they have some times It wasnt such a shock to me because being as young as he I knew that something like this eventu ally would come Brandt Thats something that every city council is faced not only New When they get a they know its probably not a lifetime type Its rare cases where you find Seidel said he understands that Grohman is young and ambitious and might move a higher paying but was surprised to first hear the news on the I wish he would have told us he was It would have made all of us feel but I cant hold it against Seidel But I think hes enough of a professional that he will stay on his toes here and work with us until he does find something Seidel said he thinks Grohman has done a good job in some but not in And I dont think hell be happy being that hes looking for big ger and better I dont think hell be happy here in the long Seidel Arnold said he has no complaints about the way Grohman runs the but would have liked the resume situ ation to have been handled different Grohman apparently tried unsuc cessfully to contact him the day the newspaper story was to come Brandt I dont mind him sending out these NBISD talks set The New Braunfels Independent School District Board of Trustees will hold a hearing regarding salary increases as well as its monthly work shop Tuesday at the Education The hearing will begin at 6 with an executive session to The workshop will begin with the monthly open forum where patrons can address the board on any non agenda The board passed the budget for the 199192 school year with thesprovi sion that a would be held with teacher representatives to decide the question of pay but he just should have told us first so we wouldnt have been caught by he Praser said he doesnt condemn Grohmans decision to send out the but thinks it would have been appropriate to tell the council At every stage of our lives were looking for new horizons and ways to better and Grohman obviously is looking for a job with more Fraser A brief rain shower contributed to two related motor vehicle accidents which occurred around 3 Satur day on Loop The chainreactions mishaps near River Acres involved a total of seven said Officer Martin Mayer the New Braunfels Police A Renault Encore driven by Andre a Page of Canyon Lake col lided with the back of a Buick pushing it into a 1979 Buick Park Avenue which then hit a 1989 Honda Mayer Drivers of the other vehicles were all New Braunfels he That real quick shower started a real Mayer EMS personnel at the scene reported that believed to be a student at Smithson Valley High was not wearing a seat belt and received injuries to her face and She was transported to McKen na Memorial Hospital and was later transferred to Lukes Hospital in San The driver of the first vehicle was distracted by the accident up ahead and apparently didnt pay attention to the car in he The only citation issued at the scene was for no insurance to the driv er of the first Mayer Other citations may follow for fai lure to control speed in road The other accident just ahead on Loop 337 involved a similar incident Damage to a Renault Encore driven by Andrea Page of Canyon Lake is visible after a chain reaction collission on a rainslick Loop 337 The teenager was Photo by Robert Stewart where three vehicles rearended each I tried to but said a Refugio man driving a GMC I turned my wheels to go into the Continued from 1A neck when melting tar from asphalt shingles dripped on he Roberts and Kelly Metz of the Canyon Lake Volunteer Fire Department were the first firefighters on the It the house was pretty much fully involved when we got Roberts We saw the cats and dog fly out and we heard three or four explosions as the structure Units from Canyon New Spring Wimberley and the Coma County Emergency Communications Club responded to the fire with a total of four three pumpers and four brushfire Early arrivers at the scene who pitched in with wet tow sacks and firebeaters or flappers broom hand les with rubber flaps for beating brush to try to stop the spread of the brush fire included Robert Wright and Anthony Gardendale Volunteer Firefighters Bexar County who were driving near Potters Creek and saw the smoke Mike Curtis and Lawrence Malek of the Guada lupe Valley Telephone Cooperative Harvey and Wyvon on Highway306 and Linda When I got there flames were just coming out of the middle of the Curtis firefighters were worried about the house instead of the grass They could have had it out in five minutes before it Comal County Sheriffs Deputies Rick Cardenas and Rick Poindexter were the first law enforcement personnel at the Firefighters contained the grass fire in about two hours but continued monitoring flareups throughout the after The initial fire burned about 30 acres but a rekin dling later in the for which units were recalled to the enlarged the burn area to about 100 officials A Canyon Lake emergency medical technician was suc cessfully treated for symptoms of thought to be at the fire A New Braunfels Fire Department paramedic administered intravenous sugar solution to stabilize the All New Braunfels fire fighters are trained as We built this house ourseif and were just in the process of adding some brick to Nina Bueche Weve been building it for quite some Chickens and guineas in pens behind the residence sur Vivedthe but ducks that had beertaroundfhe H6Use were Bueche The which had a for sale sign posted in the front was covered by fire Bueche Stammtisch Continued from Page 1A the CIMA club are invited to Bandango will be the fea tured Garden club Comal Garden Club will meet at Thursday in the home of Jeanne 499 Edgewa The program on Design Mechanics will be presented by Claire Johnston of She is a master of the Judges a flower show school instructor and president of the Hill Country Gar den Council in To have an Item listed in Stam contact Janine Green or Stephanie Ferguson at Submissions should be of commun ity interest but not commercial in Saturday 31 Sunday 1 9 Main Plaza Downtown Utilities Parking COMMUNITY EDUCATION on our package and 10 Wallets on your choice of a spring or fall background plus liting fee Bring in any lowerpriced advertised offer and well match it We wetara adults and family No appointment is ever Satisfaction pur int IM Mffltt 9W tfMto wctogi per wbject lot each additional person in Mows mgsl be accompanied by an approximate size Studio How Dairy WALMART 5 Days Only September 4 through September 8 and Walnut New Braunfels You are invited to attend The Greater New Braunfels 3rd annual Business Trade Show doeuvres Type Entertainment Booths Apparel Fashion Show Prizes for 2 to New Orleans Bourbon Orleans Hotel in the French Quarters 3 nights sponsored by American Airlines Ascot Travel 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