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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 29, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2 New Texas October 1991 Weather Water Comal Edwards Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Watch cfs same cfs down cfs cfs feet The State A cold front brought freezing temperatures to the Texas Panhan die and flash flooding to a vast area the eastern twothirds of the More of the same is in store for tonight and Wednesday as fore casts called for snow mixed with rain in the Texas Panhandle and continued showers and thunder for most of the rest of the Temperatures dropped below freezing across the Panhandle ear ly It was 22 at Dalhart and 24 at Amarillo at 5 The flash flooding problems continued across North A flash flood warning was in effect for Red Titus and Camp i A flash flood watch was in effect for the eastern twothirds of The area was along and east of a line from Gainesville to San Other thunderstorms were deve loping early today over southwest ern portions of North Texas in an area extending from north of Abilene to south of San Angelo and northeastward to near Ste Those storms were moving Lows tonight will be in the 20s in the Panhandle and in the 30s and 40s across the rest of West the 30s and 40s in North Texas and the 40s in the Hill Country and in the 50s and 60s over the rest of South Highs Wednesday will be in the 30s in the northern Panhandle and in the 50s and 60s over the rest of West in the 40s and 50s over North Texas and in the 40s in the Hill Country and in the 50s and 60s elsewhere in South Stammtisch Continued from 1 Invitations have been sent to all past and present local mem If you would like to attend contact Jean or Betty at Citizens Bank at 6292265 for ticket infor said Michael chairman of the local Tickets this year are again which includes the banquet and a full years membership in Ducks Wildlife guns and other items will be exhibited in several raffle and auction The purpose of the event is to raise funds for North American wet lands Wurstfest tickets Advance tickets to Wurstfest are available at the Wurstfest office in Landa Greater New Braun fels Chamber of New Braunfels Resorts and the Mill Store Plaza Advance tickets are or at the gate and advance or at the door of Wurs Obituaries llpulse Myers Page IGraveside services for Louise May ers of Canyon Lake will be 2 Wednesday at Comal Cemetery with the Don Sommerville Myers died at AfcKenna Memorial She was born in Gravel to Louis and Lois nee PJtts She married George Page in Galena a resident of New Braunfels for eight was a PBX operator for She was a member of Canyon Lake United Methodist include her George Page of Canyon Lake Larry Page and his of Houston and Ronald Page of Hous ton Inez Gregory of Oklaho ma Dwayne Myers of Okla Bill Myers of Houston and Don Myers of Conroe and two grandchil Brent and Linda Heimer Ikels iServices for Linda Heimer of New Braunfels will be 10 Wednesday at Doeppenschmidt Fun eral Home with Friedrich Rest Burial will follow at Gua dalupc Valley Memorial Dccls died at Lukes Lutheran She was bom March in Comal Coun ty to Max and Marie nee Kadcrli On in New Braun she married Harry who died She was a homemaker who had lived in New Braunfels all her She was a member of First Protestant United Church of Christ and of the German Frauen Survivors include three sistersin Elsa Wanda Dcels and Irma all of New Braunfels nieces Loraine Kraft of New Braun fels and Lucille Biegler and numer ous other nephews and Visitation will be from 6 Mon day until service time Wednesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Memorials may be given to First Pro testant Births McKenne Memorial Hospital and Roberto Alvarez 961 New Braunfels 8pound 94unce girl and Hermelinda Contreras Geronimo 8pound 12ounce boy Xilia and Guillermo Garcia 474 New Braunfels 8pound 8ounce boy kirn and Renee 1113 New Braunfels 9pound 4ounce boy John and Linda Miracle 158 Sky New Braunfels 8ounce boy Jose and Marie Medina 1805 New Braunfels 6pound 6ounce girl Michael and Marion Nelson Route 5 Box Canyon Lake 9pound 10ounce boy and Scott Hollek HCR 1 Box Canyon Lake 9pound 2ounce girl Zina Russell Schroeder of New Braunfels and Janice Seguin district manager of World present a set of encyclopedias to Bret and Wanda Nazworth and their children Keith and Photo by Robert Stewart Missionaries receive gift of reading ByROBERTSTEWART Surf Writer Bret and Wanda Nazworth and their two children are missionaries who have ministered to natives in Venezuela for eight Its jungle we live right in the middle of the Naz worth Nazworth is with an evangelical mission organization called New Tribes The tribe they minis ter to is called the Yanomamo Theyre very theyre one of the few remaining warring tribes in the he They still kill each other with bows and Weve actually seen several people die by being shot by Nazworth is currently staying in New Braunfels recovering from hepa titis and malaria but hopes to be back in the jungle by Nazworth took his children to the recent Comal County Fair and talked to Zina Russell Schroeder of New Braunfels at her World Book Ency clopedia Schroeder became intrigued with the Nazworth family and thought she could do something to help Under a World Book program called Company with a she arranged the donation of a set of encyclopedias to the family to take back to This is really Im just really impressed with the company doing Nazworth The closest library to where we live is 5600 miles there are no Nazworth has a motorcycle in the jungle and there is an airstrip in front of their dwelling where supplies are flown We come back every four years for a he We teach litera cy and the three a little Spanish and do medical work for the There are now about 650 natives 1 where Nazworth lives where there were only 250 there 20 years ago when the mission first He attributes this growth to improved medical care and other programs like a cattle He added that there is a lot of ani mosity in the tribal culture including chest pounding where natives beat each other on the chest with Nazworth came to New Braunfels because of a friendship with the Dennis Biddison of the Fellowship Bible Nazworth is originally from The children are presently home schooled but may be sent to a central ized missionary school in One problem in Venezuela is gold miners illicitly setting up operations in the Venezuela is trying to keep control of its land and not be overrun like nearby Nazworth The Indians originally thought that the airplane was one of their ancestors called he He could fly so they figured it was him in a hard As for they listen to short wave radio programs like the Voice of America and they have a 2way radio to call mission headquar 250 miles in case of he Nazworth said that teaching the natives about Christianity that will work in their world is a goal of the We believe that Gods word will take on a different form in every cul ture and still be what Qod wanted it to he Brotze nominated to CAD board By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer The Comal Independent School District Board of Trustees nominated Harvey Pape and Wayne Brotze as the districts representatives on the Com al Appraisal District board of direc tors at their meeting Pape is an incumbent on the board while Brotze will be a new member replacing Raymond who requested that the board not re nominate Brotze is a Garden Ridge resident with children attending Canyon High He works on the staff of State Jeff Wentworth of Bexar County and is president of the CHS Music Boosters The Comal ISO represents more than 47 percent of the taxable proper ty that makes up the CAD which is why they nominate two representa tives to the Other members are the New Braunfels Comal Coun city of New city of Gar den city of Selma and the In other trustees approved application for waivers from the state mandated 22 to 1 studentteacher ratio for Goodwin Primary and Frazier elementary The subject areas where we are required to have the ratio are those basic core subject areas of lan guage science and social said Arlen assistant superintendent for In some cases we might be able to add a pantime teacher and have them come in for just those core subjects to get down below the 221 but that again would use up some of the budgeted funds for teacher I know weve done this every year since Ive been on the said Board President Lee On the tax an adjusted tax levy figure for the 1991 tax roll was presented to the board for The CISD tax levy is now The original revenue estimate was based on the said Abel business The rea son for that was a software problem at the CAD relating to frozen We are going to get The appraisal district purchased new software in August to handle combined billing with the County Education District which had some bugs in Campos He added that the new lesser figure will affect not only CISD but also the We will end up with less in our fund Campos Adult Continued from Riga 1 to and up to a year in the coun ty Rheinlander The county licensing fee for such a formerly includes owner background checks by the Sheriffs Department and inspec tions by the county health environmental health office and fire The issue arose in August when a man stopped by the county attorneys office to request a copy of the county saying he planned to open an adult bookstore along Interstate 35 in the The court conducted a public hearing on proposed new reg ulations I appreciate Nathan bringing this to our attention and Commissioner Jumbo Evans working on said County Judge Carter I think if weve had any disagreements about its because of how long it has On the other I realize the county attorney has had his hands certainly this Im not sure sometimes how were going to get everything but were certainly going to The county attorneys office has been deeply involved the past couple weeks in negotiations on the purchase of a downtown bank building for additional county office space and the Hummel During a recent salary grievance Casteel cited the delay by Rheinlander in proposing stricter reg ulations for adultoriented businesses as one example why Commissioners Court declined to approve a 1992 costofliving salary increase for the county in his unsuccessful appeal for the three percent responded that his office has taken on many additional duties and that because his office was responsible to the entire not just they have to prioritize their The approved county regulations now include adult bookstores and movie which the state did not previously The new order also includes specific definitions of the individual types of businesses the county seeks to Sales tax payments up in city By ROBERT STEWART Staff sales tax payment figures for New Garden Ridge and Comal County are up from the same period last according to figures released by State Comptroller John October figures reflect taxes collected on sales during the month of New Braunfels received a payment of for the an increase of nearly eight percent over August of last The yeartodate total for New Braunfels is up per cefo over Garden Ridge continues a record breaking year with a sales tax payment during the a percent increase over the Mine period last Garden Ridge is experiencing percent increase The county treasurer says the total 1991 sales tax rebates should exceed pro jections by as much as for the Figures for Comal County show an increase for August of percent to The payments for 1991 to totaling reflect an percent increase over the same time in Comal County Treasurer Bart Bartholomew estimated that the total 1991 sales tax rebates for Comal County would exceed projections by as much as He attributes this to an increase in tourist business due to good water flow conditions in the Guadalupe The water is Bartholomew Thats the Bartholomew said the county has been receiving its money from the state via electronic transfer for about the last six If we can put the money in the bank one day we make that much more he I like getting that money back The increased interest from the quicker deposits can add up to quite a bit of money over Bartholomew Of the cities and counties receiving sales tax rebates this 304 were sent payments of almost million through the electronic funds The city of New Braunfels also receives its rebate via electronic funds We started with the program when the Comptrollers Office first started said Richard finance director for the city of New Its I about two years For the fiscal year which began July the city is about six percent ahead of last years sales tax Burdine Electronic funds transfer provides local governments instant access to their money and the state saves on the cost of envelopes and Sharp Merchants collect the states percent sales tax and any local taxes levied in the area and send them to the Comptrollers Office with their tax The state retains its share and returns the local portion of the sales tax to counties and other taxing HvraldZeltuns Published Sunday Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels 707 Landa or Drawer New Texas Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels HeraldZeitung at New DAVID SULLENS Editor and Publisher STEPHANIE FERGUSON Managing Editor CHERYL DUVALL Business Manager KAREN REININGER Classified Manager JIM HORNBECK Advertising Director CAROL ANN AVERY Circulation Manager GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties three six JO one Senior Citizens Discount carrier delivery six one Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas three fix one Mail outside Texas six one If you have not receivedyour newspaper Tuesday through or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New Texas 781311328   

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