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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 6, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday October 1991 229 Serving NEW BRAUNFELS and COMAL COUNTY Home of Norval Skov Three 44 Pages i Leaders say citys image at stake Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung wishes happy birthday today to Dustin Fcliciana Angle Rebecca Jason Margarcttc Dustin Ricky Penelope Church and Maggie Celebrating a birthday Silvcrio Nathan Luciano Magoo Hilda Shane Anthony and Lupc Belated birthday wishes to Frank Chris Juarez and Mary Jane Know of a birthday or atinivcr sary Give our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Solicitation warning Officials of the New Braunfels Independent School District arc urging people in the community to beware of persons who may say they are representing New Braun fels High School and soliciting funds for clubs or Offi cials say legitimate students will have a letter from a school For more information call the High School at Art demonstration Vic a recent demon strator for the New Braunfels Art will be giving an oil paint ing workshop at the Arts 646 Walnut from 9 to 4 on two 1 1 and For more information or to call the Art League at Choir kickoff concert Smithspn Valley High School band and choir kickoff concert and membership drive is slated for 8 at in the Smithson Valley High School Anyone interested in being a official for swim meets call Bud Dallmann at Training will be Costume party The Hill Country Central 4TH Club will be having a meeting and Halloween costume party at the Extension Office on 8 at All members arc asked to attend and bring a There will be a contest for the best For more information call Music Rest The IleraldZeitung will publish a scries of articles and schedules next week for the upcoming Grucne Music Fest slated for 11 and 12 in The event pours money into United Arthritis self help Self help classes for people with arthritis will be 10 through 14 on Thursday afternoons from at McKenna Memorial Hospital Street 143 Garza There is a fee for the class and scho larships arc The classes arc offered by the Arthritis Foimcl To register call 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 Good Day Plenty of sunshine and nice mild temperatures are in the forecast today with a high expected in the upper The overnight low will dip down into the low For weather see Page Inside ByMARKWARNKEN Staff Writer Several community leaders agree the longer the current city government dispute continues the more damaging it will be to New Braunfels1 Bob president of the Downtown Merchants Association and owner of Henne said many outsiders will look upon the city from an economic stand because of the I hope we benefit from the mis takes we are making and become a better community because of I guess what we have to do is ask what questions need to he There are I dont say fire this and hire but lets get everything open and and if everyone is open and honest and pro Suspects charged in park thefts By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer Five persons have been arrested and charged with allegedly stealing money from a New Braunfels water park after a Comal County grand jury handed down sealed indictments According to New Braunfels police the men were employees of Schlitter balin Waterpark at the time of the alleged Following is the list of those including what they have been charged with and bond posted for release from the Comal County Jail ofSansAntOT nio theft over pled guilty investiga tion ordered by District Judge Robert released on personal recog Kelly Ann 600 block of New Braunfels theft over released on Lawrence Daniel of Austin theft over released on Gcorgena of Route New Braunfels theft over released on Oscar of the 400 block of Hidalgo theft over released on More arrests arc expected this week in the police Schlittcrbahn officials could not be reached for Drugfree essays due by 15 In conjunction with Texas Red Rib bon the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung is sponsoring an essay contest for middle school Eligible students are asked to write an essay based on Why I am Drug Deadline for submissions is 15 at sec ond and third place prizes will be awarded to 7th and 8th Prizes include season passes to Schlit bowling and Red Ribbon slated for aims to establish and promote drugfree lifestyles among all seg ments of the From Casteel and fessional then we should be able to come up with a solution that takes care of Schima said the situation also may be doing irreparable harm to the future of some people serving the city in both paid and volunteer Its just going to hurt those They care about the or else they wouldnt be there everyone from the City Council to the city manager to city Schima Schima said he couldnt judge either side because he doesnt know all the facts and probably will never know I dont think any one person has all the I think some people have the facts for their side and the other See Page 2A Council back behind doors ByMARKWARNKEN Staff Writer The New Braunfels City Council will go back behind closed doors Monday night to discuss an independent investigation concerning allegations of wrong doing against the city manager and council According to an agenda posted at a special council meeting is scheduled for Monday in the meeting room of the New Braunfels Municipal 424 Castell The meeting will open with an executive closed to the to dis cuss personnel matters city manager and City Council members then will reconvene in open session for formal action on hiring an independent investigator or requesting an investigation by a public agency regarding allegations against the city manager and City Council mem The council also is scheduled to consider proposals from firms providing investigative Before adjourning the the council will decide which allegations will be See Page 2A A cleaner Comal River More than 200 divers from across the state of Texas converged on New Braun fels Saturday for the annual Comal River Kandace of shows her a divers get a preview before the shoes and clothing were just some of the arti cles Photos by Annelies Schlickenrieder Commissioners to consider more road name changes The Comal County Commissioners Court has scheduled a public hearing for 10 24 to hear comments from residents about assigning names to several unnamed roads and a slight name change to one Commissioners will conduct the hearing in the Commissioners Cour troom of the Courthouse 150 Seguin Suite Prior to the residents also can call 6205501 or write to voice any The street namings arc part of a continuing effort to establish unambi guous addresses for all areas of the county for the effective implementa tion of the 911 emergency The only road name to be altered will be Aspen in Forest View North in Commissioner Precinct The county proposes to rename it Aspen Proposed names for private followed by locationand county com missioner are Canyon Lake Village Precinct Dusty off River Pre cinct Felger off Hcrbcrlin Precinct Kirk off Beck Road for merly Schwarz Precinct The street namings are part of a continuing effort to establish unambiguous addresses for all areas of the county for the effective implementation of the 911 emergency Kolaccks off Farmio Markct 1863 between Mission Valley Road and Precinct Lorine Precinct off Rebecca Precinct Millies off FannioMaikcl Precinct Breeze off River Road near Prccincl Phantom Rebecca Creek Precinct Poscy Ranch Pre cinct Range south of Hcrbcrlin Road off Texas Precinct Rock Hill off Texas 46 south of Hcrberlin Precinct Rocky Top Ranch off River Road south of fourth Pre cinct Rogers off Hcimer Langc Precinct Surnad off Highway 482 northeast of FannloMarkct Towry off Texas 46 between 281 and Spring Bianch Precinct Wundcilich near Hidea way subdivision off Rebecca Precinct
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