New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 1, 1991, Page 2

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October 01, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 1, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2    Harmto-Z9*ung, New Braunfels. Texas Tuesday. October 1, 1991 Weather Water Comal RIvar..................... Edwards Aquifer ... Canyon Lake outflow..... Canyon Lake inflow....... Canyon Lake level.......... South Texas forecasts TODAY-WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy west to mostly cloudy east and south through Wednesday. Scattered mainly daytime showers and thunderstorms, more numerous rn the south and along the coast. Highs Wednesday from the 80s north to near 90 inland south Lows tonight from 60s north to 70s south with upper 50s in the Hill Country THURSDAY-SATURDAY: Partly cloudy Thursday, Friday with chance of showers Friday Hill Country, south central. A chance of thunderstorms and becoming Watch ..................226    (down    4) 623.89 (down .03) .............................322    cfs .............................196    cfs ...............................903.94 breezy and cooler on Saturday. Clearing by late Saturday. Lows from 50s Hill Country to 60s south central. Highs in the 80s Thursday and Fnday, 70s saturday. Partly cloudy Coastal Rend with a chance of showers Thursday and Friday. A chance of thunderstorms Saturday, becoming breezy and cooler late Saturday. Lows in the upper 60s and low 70s. Highs in the 80s. Partly cloudy lower Texas Rio Grande valley and plains, a chance of showers Thursday and Friday. Increasing cloudiness with a choice of thunderstorms Saturday. Lows from near 70 to mid 70s Highs in the 80s. CISD Continued from Pag* I during the summer.” There was also discussion that there could be more pro-rata funding losses from the state that could affect the program. The board heard a report on the energy savings program that created a $106,876.07 cost avoidance over the eight month period through August. “That’s (money for) four teachers,” Middleton said “That’s great." Other reports included Energy Cost Reduction Opportunity (ECRO) audits provided by the Governor’s Energy Office to identify further cost reduction opportunities like bulb replacement, summer shut-down, and micro-proccssor control systems. An executive session was held to discuss litigation pending against the board concerning an ex-employee. There was no action taken on the matter. The board recognized teachers of the month Al Haas, a fifih-gradc teacher from Bulverde Elementary ami Fernando Palos, a seventh and eighth grade teacher and coach at Smithson Valley Middle School. The employee of the month is Jesse Laurence, maintenance supervisor ai Smithson Valley High School. The board was presented with compte* of the 1990 Smithson Valley High School yearbook by Cathy Orosco, editor, and Tina Hernandez, managing editor. Technology Coordinator Nina Grantham presented a plaque to the board that CISD received from Optical Data Corporation to recognize the district as a “partner in innovation” for their use of videodisc science programs. City. Continua* from Pag# 1 say it’s the only option we had left.” An allegation that surfaced last week concerns Grohman and charges thai he attempted to influence how city employees voted in two recent city elections. During the executive session, the council saw results of a lie-detector test that refuted these charges, said Kenneth Brazle. Grohman's New Braunfels attorney. Grohman has said Goodbrcad violated the city charter during a recent fact-finding investigation. Goodbrcad. who said he didn’t violate the charter, said he only attempted to verify information frorn a city employee concerning serious charges about Grohman’i management. Neither the specific allegations nor the name of the employee have been made public. Branle on Tuesday morning said that Grohman, through the lie-detector test taken at his own expense, hoped to put the charges against him to rest and save the city time, money and attention needed for an investigation, which he expects to be conducted by a law firm. The cost to the city will run between $15,000 and $40,000, depending on the scope of the investigation, Brazle said. "However, the city manager welcomes the investigation and was thrilled that the majority of the City Council had the wisdom to also investigate the allegations of wrongdoing by certain council members,” Brazle said “The city manager is confident that when the smoke clears, he will be exonerated, and at the most ii will be revealed that certain council members have been guilty of wrongdoing, including some possible charter viola tions. and at the least, there arc some power-hungry politicians in this town that tried to make a power play rn the guise of protecting the people," Brazle said. Based on an in-depth review of the statutes on abuse of office, Bra/.lc and Grohman arc certain no wrongdoing occurred, the attorney said. "Paul went to council and said, ‘Look this is going to hurt the council, this is going to hurt ma and this is going to hurt the city of New Braunfels if this continues because if enough people read about problems in the city of New Braunfels, whether true or not, some people arc going to start believing them’," Brazle said. Going in to the meeting, Grohman hoped for a public apology and an agreement to put the mailer to rest and get on with the business of running the city, Brazle said. The city manager also offered to discuss the list of allegations against him in detail, but the council chose not lo do so, he said. Brazle said he doesn’t know exactly what allegations against Grohman would be included in the investigation. But charges of election influencing and possibly charges by the disgruntled employee may be included, he said. Grohman's attorney said he has a four- to five-page document of specific allegations by Grohman against certain council members which likely would become public in any investigation. “Paul has knowledge of some wrongdoings — in his opinion at this time — by certain council members, in a couple of cases even before they were elected to council. And he’s upset about it, that’s the bottom line,” Bra/ Ic said Obituaries Edna M. Browne Services arc pending at '//feller Funeral Home for Edna M. Browne, 96, of New Braunfels. She died today rn her residence. She was bom Sept 17,1895, near Meridian, Chela. Merritt Gldley Kenrath Services for Merritt Gidlcy Man rath, 92, are pending ai //idler Funeral Home. He died Sept 28. 1991, at Schulcnbcrg Regality Nursing Center. Erna H. Richter Services for lima H Richter, 94, of Drug arrest, burglaries reported By ROBERT STEWART Staff WrMar A Canyon Lake woman was arrested and charged on Sept. 25 with misdemeanor possession of marijuana, said Chief Deputy Elwood Hohcrz of the Comal Courtly S her iff s Department. Amber Nicole Lanier, 23, of the 400 block of Burr Oak was pulled over tm a irafTc stop by Deputy Wayne Ellington when he smelled alleged marijuana smoke. Upon searching the vehicle he found several small baggies and a can of what he believed to be marijuana, Hoherz said. Lamer was released from the Comal County Jail on a $300 pre-set bond. In other incidences: • A stolen vehicle from San Antonio was discovered stripped and burned on W. Amman Road in Comal County on Sunday, said Chief Deputy Elwoon Hoherz of the Comal County Sheriff s Department. The 1990 Chevrolet was seen burning around 3 a m. by citizens driving in the area who reported it to authorities. • Two burglaries of habitations were reported to the Comal County Sheriffs Department. One was in the 1300 block of Hoffman Lane where entry was made by kicking in the front door, said Chief Deputy Elwood Hohcrz. Taken in the burglary, which occurred Sept. 24, was $2,800 worth of miscellaneous property, Hoherz said. The other burglary occurred Sept. 26 in the Rolling Hills Subdivision near Canyon Lake. An undetermined amount of property was taken from the residence located in the 4500 block of Chamberlain Way, Hohcrz said. Man convicted on drug charge By ROBERT STEWART Staff Wrttar A New Braunfels man was convicted of possession of a controlled substance, cocaine.in the district court courtroom of Judge Robert T. Pfcuf-fcr on Monday. Ramiro Esquivel, 40, was arrested May 4,1991 when the Comal County Sheriffs Department executed a search warrant at a residence on Rush Lane in New Braunfels. Officers found about 12 grams of cocaine, approximately $100 in cash and drug paraphernalia. Sheriff Jack Brcmcr said. “They were sitting at the table cutting it (cocaine) up," Bremer said at the time of the arrest. Judge Pfcuffcr pronounced Esquivel guilty and remanded him to the custody of the Shcmffs Department without bail and ordered a presentence investigation, officials said, Sentencing will follow the investigation to determine what penalty would be appropriate. Co-dcfcndants Aleman Munoz, 28, and Abel Munoz, 23, both of New Braunfels, each pled guilty earlier and received two-year sentences. Charges against Johnny Santm, 19, were dismissed, officials said Rogers New Braunfels arc pending at 7/ieller Funeral Home. She died at her rcsi donee today. Bo Mitchell Services for Bo Mitchell, 59, of Andrews arc pending today at Docp-pcnschrrudt Funeral Home Continua* from Raga I Campos, CISD business manager, will be going to Austin lo discuss prorata funding losses with Lionel Meno, education commissioner. “I think it’s ridiculous for the schools to suffer and suffer some more and then read in the paper where the state has a surplus of $1 billion,” he said. “We cannot continue to tax our people while the state continues to neglect their responsibilities.” Rogers also said that he has written lo Kq). Edmund Kcurnpcl ami Senator Bill Sims, asking them lo attend a meeting at Smithson Valley High School on one of three dales of their choice to “let them take some of tins heat that you and I as teachers and administrators (have faced),” Rogers said Hic proposed dales are (Jct. IO, 14, or 17, he said. Correction Raymond i/jsk is the rider pictured in a Page One presentation in Sunday's New liraun/rl\ Herald /eUimg, Lusk has been riding with the Comal County Sheriff’s Posse in Comal County Fair parades fur 20 years and on Friday celebrated his 90th birthday. He was misidentified Sunday. The lier aid regrets the error. ALL STAR GLASS Let us do your ( 'axiom Designs in your Home Lor todays Lifestyles! Dining Room*, Bathrooms, Dens, Bedrooms, Shower Enclosures, lX>ors, Clocks Al I ★ SIAR GLASSCO. INC NEW BRAUNFELS HERALD-ZEITUNG WEEK #10 1. AAAUNOTSTRPAP 2. RN1COLEZN 3. AYWSPTGAHOUARNHHRPYOE 4. MCHNTGHETUNAPI 5. WRNTLTVICRNEEOLEANDRR 6. RA&CRTNGIDCTPSLANRIECGSRNGIEAEO 7. GHBRYUHNOO 8. NBLOETE 9. NWHJNETSRHCAEIMOOBCSNNN 10. FDBAOECEA 11. TVSCR&CNRECIEBEE 12. GHDETURLEAZIN 13. KTSOIEARRWEVOIOCDE 14. SLKPOLOIDPLI 15. SLTAANTDIANO 16. WRJAOAORRDNLKIAOSASNRTO 17. YEMORKTECTSOORLNU 18. NSOWRWOOTDOD 19. SRBUWDWAENARARTKOIOFNLSER 20. HWB VNTDAEEEAR Win one of 20 prizes each week. Unscramble the list of names above. (Hint-*- see the full page in today’s paper for a list of all participating sponsor’s names.) Mail your entry to: The Scramble Name Game, Herald-Zeitung, PO Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, TX 78131-1328. RULES: * No purchase necessary * No photocopies * Additional copies available at Herald-Zeitung (Receptionists Desk * Deadline: 12 noon Friday of each week * Prizes will be mailed to winners * Employees of the Herald-Zeitung and their immediate families are not eligible to enter. ENTRY FORM Send entries to: Scrambled Name Game Herald-Zeitung PO Drawer 311328 New Braunfels, TX 78131-1328 Name_ Address. City, State, Zip_ PhoneNumber LAST WEEKS ANSWERS I. Waterbed Haven 4 ll. Guadalupe Gas Company I T Bar M Sports Camp 1991 ll Jims Video 3. JR s Exxon 13. Toomey Sanitation Company 4. Guadalupe Smoked Meal 14. Total Fitness 5. Hill Country Motor Inn Sc Restaurant 15. Midway Mobile Homes, Inc. 6. James Grain & Co. 16. Towne & Country Realtors 7. Alpine Cuaom Shed Metal 17. Rebners Bar B Que 8. Bills Detail Shop 18. Landmark Travel Inc. 9. Walnut Pharmacy 19. Rcnates Glooming & Boarding IO. Jones Plumbing 20. Rivefcrrai Drive In Grocery LAST WEEKS WINNERS I. Jeanne Whitehead ll. Lynn Neeley 2. Linda Zavala 12. Connie Perez 3. Evelynn Eismann 13. Sally Kamau 4. Pearl ie Mochrig 14. Terne Krueger 5. Melba L. Beal 15. Gloria Montanez 6. Joe Castilleja Jr. 16. Betty Row 7. Melanic Rauch 17. Dot Rheinlaender 8. Dennis Vann 18. Allen W, Schuetz. 9. Shirley Vetter 19. Jewel Schuetz IO. Manuela Bier 20. Kenneth Upton WAI UU I BU GINI bb Ut Ii It H 8S1 J IM Vj VV Haw firaunfal* 029 97HO Canyon Lake B99 JB'JT LANDA STATION \ / •    UAM    A    MMI    1    7 $3.95 Lunch Spacial 381 Lands St. r.29-3311 Jim’s Video 259 Trade Center Dr. 629-2128 “Laser Disc Movies Available" <* ;

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