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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 15, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2 New Texas Weather October 1991 Water Comal Edwards Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Watch cfs down 3 cfs down cfs cfs feet South Texas forecasts TODAYWEDNESDAY Sun ny and warm days and fair and cool at High Wednesday in the 80s to near Low tonight 40s Hill Country to near 60 THURSDAYSATURDAY Hill Country and South Central sunny warm fair and cool at Lows from 40s Hill Country to 50s South Highs in the Obituaries CleburneWarncke Services forClcburne of El were to be at 10 today at Zocllcr Funeral Home in New Braunfels with the Ron Walter Burial will follow at Ouadalupe Valley Memorial Wamckc died He was born in Ouada lupe to Edgar and Josephine Wietcrs He was owner and operator of Mesa Crating and was a veteran of the Survivors include his Jose phine Wamckc of New Braunfels a Stacy Wamcke of Califor nia a Michael Warncke and wife Fern of California three Gar line Borgfeld and husband Arthur of Marjorie Kirmsc and hus band Kenneth of New Braunfels and Joy Bindseil of New Braunfels two Kenneth Warncke and wife Margaret of New Braunfels and John Warncke and wife Carol on San Anto nio and a Ashley Brooke Pallbearers will be Jim Frank Tim B Grady Grant Lawrence and Michael The family requests that memorials be directed to the American Heart Wally Marie Bartels Services for Wally Marie of New Braunfels will be 4 Tuesday at Zocller Funeral Home with the Daryl Higgins offi Burial will follow at Comal Bartels died at Oak Crest Convalescent She was bom in Guadalupc County to Albert and Agnes ncc Mit tcndorf She married 1911 in Gua dalupc County to Benno who died March Bartels was a retired nurse and had lived in New Braunfels for 50 She was a member of First Pro testant United Church of Albert Kypfcr Fraucnvcrein at First Protestant United Church of Survivors include a son and Barney and Irene Bartels of New Braunfels two grand Bobby Bartels and Rodney Bar both of New Braunfels and two Jeremy and Jen nifer Bartels of New Bartels was preceded in death by two Martin and Gilbert Memorials may be made lo the First Protestant United Church of Stammtisch Continued from Page 1 Schoolroom of the War needs the following items for its slated for 110 Round ink bottles with a wall pencil pencil lunch round milk real 10 cent war savings stamps and elementary textbooks in good looscleaf note books and students and small or medium sized fish Call Doris Parks at 6258871 for more Wurstfest tickets Advance tickets for Wurstfest are available at the Wursifcsl Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce and New Braunfels Advance tickets are or at the gate and advance or at the door of Wurs Council Continued from Page 1 and employees about allegations the city which included charges of attempting to influence city Council members voting in favor of were Mayor Pro Tcm Ramon Chapa and Council Mem ibers Bill Clifton Brandt and Lorainc Goodbread and Coun fcil Members Rudy Seidel and Paul voted against Several council members who sup tported Grohman later expressed dis appointment that the mayor shared about charges against made by a city employee r whose name has not been made publ with some members but not others the closeddoor A 14 emergency meeting by Arnold Kraft lo replace the mayor fail to draw the quorum needed lo con duct Some of ihc 31 charges against Grohman thai have come lo all of which he has include Altempling lo influence the Janu ary election in which citizens over whelmingly voted lo oppose ihc Lafargc Corporations plans to use hazardous industrial waste to make cement at a plant just outside the Atlempling lo influence city employees lo vole against current jCity Council Member Paul Fraser in May runoff election against Susan J Supporting a project for a second golf course because he Istood to receive a golf course I Performing a favor for a local amusement park with the of personal Cursing during staff meetings and bringing his child to the office during working Grohman said results of a profes sional polygraph lest taken voluntari ly at his own expense on 30 in San Antonio prove he is telling ihe But Goodbread and Seidel have publicly disputed the tests Grohmans charges against Good Fraser and Seidel who all have denied the allegations that have become public and also may have been included in an investigation include Cily charier violations involving direct interference in ihc daily opera lions of Charter violations by Goodbread while conducting an investigation in an attempt lo verify allegaiions made by Ihe city employee against Inquiries by before his election in about the extension of Fredericksburg Road near some property he Election influencing by Seidel when he told Grohman how to vote after he was Vulgar by Goodbread concerning prominent New Braunfels women and derogatory remarks about current council members except Seidel before and after their Derogatory comments by Fraser after his election concerning promi nent New Braunfels Correction A caption appearing a Kaleidoscope section photograph appearing in Sundays edition of ihe New Braunfels IleraldZeiiurm concerning the CISDs Health Occupations course should have identified Smithson Valley High School student George Blair and McKenna Memorial Hospital employee Pianna operat ing room The lleretld regrets the ROBIN HOOD PRINCE OF THIEVES KEVIN COSTNER Walt Disney Classic FANTASIA Continued from 1 plan is taxes could easily he The author of SB 351 said it is an ugly baby at best I want to tell you it is a doubly ugly baby but it beat the Kuempel Kucmpel introduced representa tives of the Comptrollers Office and the Texas Education Agency who were on hand to provide details if needed to answer We arc a lot of very frustrated people iying to hold the line against the collapse of our school Trustee Connie Cantu Comal 1SD will be in critical condition by next We need a variance right now from the richdistrict This need for a change in the way school districts arc classified was echoed by If Senate Bill 351 has given schools financial should not the prorata losses be equally distri buted as Rogers Weve been as a socalled rich the brunt of the prorata Rogers added that one fourth of CISD students are on free and reducedprice That does not indicate wealth to Rogers The legislation is already there its not going to change regardless of what we say or do here this Rogers But maybe if we can get the commissioner of education or the State Board of Education to listen to us through our representative or our perhaps it will be changed and well get some relief down the Prospects of a taxrate rollback were also touched on at the A rollback would mean a cut of from the district for the 199293 school Rogers A rollback would not affect this years Some patrons called for a roll back while others begged for people not to vote for a rollback so that qual ity education could be Members of the audience also sug gested a statewide property tax or sales tax and trimming school You made a comment about too many administrators and Im one of Rogers I invite you to to my office and tell me which one to Sims defended administrators say ing that without a a ship will He made a reference to the Exxon Valdez I dont know the but I hope that all of us working together and pushing we can correct the inequities that are Trustee Leroy Goodson Were not a wealthy school Were just a school district thats sprawled on great amounts of Members of the audience addressed the legislators with their Do not pass laws that cost incredi ble amounts of money and then leave it to the school board to said Charles Bulverde Kucmpel admitted that the legisla ture is dangerously close to putting that proverbial last straw on the camels back and its going to You cannot imagine the complexi ty of school Kuempel Patron and former board member Bill Smith of Bulverde encouraged the legislators to support Education Commissioner Lionel He also suggested that some of the states surplus fund balance could be shifted to Great One Day Tripvisit tour the Real Donano Ranch Located in the beautiful hills of Lunch will be at the amp GroundsBBQue Supper efore returning This oneday tour includes trans portation by charter two deli clous tour of ranchEntrance fee per Reservations required by 18th by calling Jans Vans Stolen stereo Examing the racks that held a stereo system including tape CD player and tuner installed last week at the new Seniors Center of Comal County on Landa Street and stolen over the weekend are Bob and Oscar The equip ment was valued at to Photo by David Sullens Resign Continued from Page 1 Attorney Barry Moore puts the agree ment in he Under the this was the best possible agreement that could have been Chapa In the long this was the least costly option and we will avoid a All the council members did have the best interests of the taxpayer at Grohman did not return to the council chambers after the executive session and was unavailable for com but did meet with the council during the executive Ken Grohmans New Braunfels after the executive session ilecljncd comment on the proceedings or the possibility of future litigation against the Chapa said the resignations were part of an agreement in the best inter ests of the This is a very good step in the right All the council mem bers have been through a lot of trauma in the past and we arc all work ing together to try to bring unity back to the he Action to elect a new mayor if a new mayor pro will be included on the agenda for the councils next regularly scheduled Chapa Until pa will serve as The council also named longtime Assistant City Manager Hector Tamayo as interim city Cha pa said the council would be in no WALNUT 6 6296400 IH 35 and Walnut Bargain Matinees Indicated by hurry to replace Were really not in a hurry at the present Heclor Tamayo has been the assistant city manager for a long and he has served in the capacily of city manager before and has done an excellent We have total confi dence in his Chapa Jan8 Van Tours 217000 Acre Ranch Real Ranch 22 Shopping MallSan Antonio 24 Houston Quilt Show 25 26 Granbury Opera House 6295279 6293311 For To All Burgers Price After 5 PM Steak Shrimp Glovesoft brown leather lining absorbs perspiration Perforated insole ven tilates your feet wedge sole supports your foot shock COMFORT SIZES Medium widths vary by style RedWings PECOS ARE BUILT TOUGH E waterrepellent leather sewnwelt construction footlorming insole i Steel shank for foot support sole and heel 1155 SIZES 1155 Remember at Cholletta You Always Get the Finest In Price and friendly 6253241 204 San Antonio Downtown New Braunfels SB WEEKDAYS RICOCHET WEEKDAYS 130 330 730 730 too Two WEEKDAYS 320 HUBIN WILLIAMS THE FISHlrK I 400 WEEKDAYS 900 1H8 7 SHATTERED n Tom Berenger m WEEKDAYS 100 Times good thru Tuesday Discount Night Except as noted HEY FOOTBALL FANS Pick up your Cougar or Ranger Spirit Banners at The New Braunfels 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