New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 18, 1991

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 18, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 18, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas September 1991 216 Serving NEW BRAUNFELS and COMAL Home of Raymon Zavala Two 20 Pages Stammtisch Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeilung wishes happy birthday today to Eva Mary Alice Rick Roland Mar Raymon Valerie Ramon Ouy Gerald Barbara Strickland and Robert Belated birthday wishes to Antanacio Joseph Krue Joshua Maynard and Brittney Wishes for a happy anniversary today to Guswin and Nancy Elbel and Pam and Gerald Know of a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Market to close The New Braunfels Farmers Market will mark the close of the 1991 market season on at 5 at the Comal County New Braunfels Certified Far mers Market is sponsored by the Comal County Extension the Comal County Fairgrounds and the Texas Depart ment of Interagency meeting McKenna Memorial Hospitals Interagency meeting is scheduled for 2 at at FinkeFs Salad Bar and Grill Restaurant in New Church bazaar A sponsored by the Church In the Valley located on FarmtoMarket 306 in Canyon is slated for 21 from 9 to 5 Featured will be various and unusual A quilt will be auctioned and baked goods will be for Church festival and Paul School Festival is slated for 27 and auction items now are being Persons wanting to donate should call auction chair person Patsy Neely at CIMA meeting Comal Independent Mens Association will conduct a special meeting 19 at the Senior Citizens For time of meeting Call Rey Martinez at Lions fish fry The Garden RidgeBracken Lions Club are planning their 19th annual fish fry and auction for 21 at the Bracken Fire The Islandic codfish dinner will be served beginning at 3 The auction will begin at More than 150 items will be All proceeds will Lions Fair rabbit show Entries are now being accepted the rabbit division of the 1991 Comal County Entry deadline is 23 and the entry fee is per Additional informa rules and entry forms can obtained by calling 6256511 or writing 376A Landa New SAFE meeting The monthly meeting of Secur See 2A Good Day Partly cloudy conditions today should yield a high temperature in the mid90s and Only a 30 percent chance of But that picture should change when a cold front hits the area A stronger chance for rain likely will be accompanied by an overnight low in the 60s and a high Thursday in th In New Braunfels Tues the high was 88 and the over night low was For weather see Page i Inside PEAR PRIME TV Suspect now free on bond By ROBERT STEWART Staff Wrlttr A New Braunfels man is free on a preset cash bond following his arrest on charges of possession of nar cotics said Comal County Sheriff Jack Keith Allen of the 200 block of Hill Avenue was arrested when officers of the Comal County Sheriffs Department and the New Braunfels Police Department exe cuted a narcotics search warrant just before noon Bremer We found a lot of Bremer on a spoon tested positive for Moores residence is located very near the downtown area of New The arrest was the result of a joint operation between the Sheriffs Department and the Police Its good to keep the pressure on Investigator Carl Davis Police and sheriffs deputies searched the house thoroughly but found only narcotics The cocaineencrusted spoon was found in a vehicle parked in the drive Spoons are used to dissolve drugs to a liquid form so that they can be drawn into a syringe and A New Braunfels man is led from his Hill Avenue home after officers executed a search warrant on his property and discovered drug paraphernalia Photo by Robert Stewart NBISD retains accreditation By ROBERT STEWART Staff Wrlttr The Texas Education Agency TEAJTlaThlaliltalHeia the accredited status of the New Braunfels Indepen dent School District in a report pre sented at Tuesdays board following a thorough inspection visit by an accreditation team last We were previously evaluated on April and were accredited after Superintendent Char les Bradberry Im happy to say to you that weve been accredited after this Concerns that need to be addressed as listed in the TEA report include hir ing additional nonteaching installation of a dust collection system to collect sawdust in the high school wood weeding out of worn and outdated books from the more training for handling of hazard ous materials in science and art clas and the use of disaggregated data in evaluating You see this disaggregated data over and over again in the Bradberry TEA wants us to single out groups of Disaggregated data deals with reporting test results broken down on an ethnic and economic basis for plan ning Bradberry said the dis 60 funding efforts approved r By ROBERT STEWART StaffWrlter The New Braunfels Independent School District Board of Trustees approved 60 student fundraising projects for the upcoming school year at their meeting Tuesday These projects range from rummage sales to candy sales to basketball tournaments which benefit student I counted these up and theres 46 at the high school alone its a constant Trustee Leo Chafin I would hope that somebody could come up with an innovative way to get these groups to combine The fundraisers generate money for student campus beautification and club The board also approved overnight student trips for the Marine Corps Junior ROTC and the future See Page 2A trict doesnt like to segment and label people in that manner but that the TEA requires For every concern in the theres a dozen or so commenda Bradberry The report states that not only do teachers and administrators care about but students care about School Board members fared well in the report but were reminded that they should only visit campuses in the role of a Official board visits to campuses may be but contact with individual teachers should be and concerns should be channeled through the chain of the report Another concern expressed by TEA was the districts declining fund This concern has already been addressed by this years tax rate increase to increase teacher meet the needs of opening a new sixthgrade and hopefully rebuild the fund concerns come down to three things weeding more staff and using disaggregated Bradberry were to employ people for these 14 nonteaching positions as suggested in the TEA I see a 15 td 20 percent increase in our tax Trustee Arlon Hermes Youd be looking in excess of Bradberry But nowhere does TEA address the financial implications of their suggested Treasurer Dick Robinett Their comment was thats not our Bradberry Davis parent of a first grader at Lone Star pointed out that the TEAs statement in the foreword of the report is that the school district is in charge and TEA will assist It sounds like theyre giving you Jackson Bradberry explained that the TEA uses the leverage of the accreditation process to assist school Losing accreditation could mean the loss of million in funding for the he TEA looks at NBISD whenever they want an example of a good school said Michael assistant superintendent for curricu lum and Norma Miller Citizens plead for right to elect mayor ByMARKWARNKEN Staff Wrlttr The 1991 Charter Review Commit tee on Tuesday heard pleas from sev eral residents that the committee recommend the mayor be elected at Committee members also presented information individually collected on the charters and council election sys tems of several other Committee Secretary George responding to suggestions that residents should be able to elect the said some obstacles stand hi the way of such a especial ly potential legal problems with the MexicanAmerican Legal Defense and Education which sued the city in 1983 to change the system through which the City Council is Through the subsequent comprom four council members are current ly elected by majority vote through four districts including one minori ty district and three are elected at large by plurality The council then selects one of its members to be all council mem bers were elected at In 1983 in a nottoo veiled said if we ever change that theyll see us in Bokorney Adding that his recent telephone conversation with a MALDEF official reinforced that Mayor James Goodbread has asked the committee to study atlarge elec tion of the which he believes to be basic Council Member Paul who said he spoke as a private said the charter gives the mayor powers both implicit and explicit that mean the position is more than a cere See 2A Tickets now available for Todays Lifestyles When home economist Lucinda Kahny brings her Todays Lifes tyles from Homemakers School to Comal County shell be joined at the New Braunfels Civic Center by at least 12 local In the free Kahny will display knowhow with food and recipes and share hints and all relating to Todays The selection of recipes will include snacks and National spon sors and their products make it possi ble to present the show Those attending will each receive cents off recipes and the 1991 Todays Lifestyles The New HeraldZeitung staff is planning a special Homemak ers School section with recipes and food photos for Area cooks can anticipate this as well as the other happenings at the New Braunfels Civ ic Center on the evening of the Homemakers While the hour show begins at 7 the Civic Center doors will open at 6 to view merchants Todays Lifestyles is the 1991 onstage production of Wisconsin based Homemakers These presentations are conducted annually in only 300 locations throughout the 48 contiguous Popular from coast to Home makers Schools have been produced Among the local sponsors of the Todays Lifestyle Homemakers School in New Braunfels is Esther Headrickof Headrick Country Home She has donated one of many door prizes to be awarded dur Page 2A ing the 30 Photo by Annelies Schlickenrieder Classrooms dedicated By ROBERT STEWART StaffWrlter A new classroom wing at Comal Elementary School was dedicated Tuesday doubling the number of classrooms at the A lot of people have asked me who we will dedicate this wing Principal Norma Miller We dedicate this school to the They are why its Over 100 people attended the cere mony which began with a Parent Teacher Organization con ducted by Comal PTO President Debbie Superintendent Joe Rogers addressed the crowd and said that dealing with elementary school kids was different than being principal of a high He called the students little rascals and compared them to a bunch of marbles on a slanted floor as teachers try to deal with My neighborhood has been expanded a little Rogers School Board members at the meet ing included President Lee Trustee Connie and Trustee Tom Potter who represents die Coma Central Office Administrators present assis tant superintendent for personnel and Roy director of maintenance and Ikels encouraged everyone to attend Wednesday nights tax hearing at Frazier The CED system is another heada che created by state Ikels Were considered a propertyrich school district I dont think we arc but thats what the state In the Solms and Davenport oneroom schools were moved to the present school sight and combined along with a mess hall from a military establishment to be tho Miller The mess hall is now the art The present building with 11 class rooms was constructed in 1966 and was remodeled in The new wing adds 12 additional This school has grown and changed a Miller ;