Tuesday, November 5, 1991

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 5, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas 25 Cents 250 Serving NEW BRAUNFELS and COMAL COUNTY Home of Paul Morgan Tuesday member 1991 One 12 PagesJ Stammtisch Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zcitung wishes happy birthday today to Audrey Paula Rene Ramona Carolina Daniel Cantu Lupe Dcanna Mclina Chrissy Myron Lau ra Pcpa David Ortiz Belated birthday wishes to Nan cy Andy Rick Jordan Todd and Tommy Gonzales and Alys sandra Happy anniversary to Joe and Judy Belated anniversary wishes to Henry and Barbara Know of a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Weihnachtsmarkt Organizers of Weihnachtsmarkt arc working with downtown mer chants to supply discounted tickets to the annual market slated this year for To find the discounted tickets look for the signs at participating Massed Choir Concert Rehearsals for ihc 32nd annual Massed Choir Concert the Advent Vespers are scheduled from 79 19 and 26 at First Bap tist Singers from all area schools and singing groups are invited to Music is provided by the New Braunfels Music Study and the concert is sponsored each year to help provide scholarships for graduating The directed by Melitla will per form at 4 1 at First Baptist Genealogy Society The Comal County Genealogy Society will meet tonight at at Victoria Bank and Trust North 1000 Walnut The speaker will be Rita Texas author and Guests are Alzheimers Month r As part of a guest speakers scries in November recognizing National Alzheimers James will speak at the Senior Citizens 655 Landa 7 from Chambers will explain the lat est research on Alzheimers Dis ease in an informative and enter taining A panel of family members also will share their For more information call Judy Turner at 6252068 or the Alzheimers Association office at Concerts on plaza This years noontime Concerts on the Plaza scries continues with performances by Chris and Judy Wallisch on Al Bar low on and Ike Eichcn berg on Admission is Historic tour Tours of the First Protestant Church are available daily from 10 to 4 during The special exhibit this year features On display are wedding gowns from the 40s and memorabilia from weddings through the DRT luncheon The Daughters of the Republic of Texas will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of their organization with a noon luncheon 6 at the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church at 373 Howard Henry See Page 2 Good Day Theres a chance of rain today with a high expected in the high Tonights low should dip into the low The high temperature in New Bruunfels Monday was 47 and the low was For more weather information see Page Inside DEAR TV is A113 u wjuay grounds He is joined by Grossd 6pa Fritz and Wurstfest Association President Benno At Floren enjoys a piece of birthday cake with his Floren will perform again tonight from In The Seven Dutchmen will perform in Wursthalle from For more Wurstfest coverage see Page Photos by Kar la Wenzel x Officials bf the United Way of Comal County announced Monday that they have reached their god of for this years fund are stMlompanies out that have had theftpresentations or that have presentations scheduled during the month of so do expect more to said Pam codrive fund has raised according to figure provided by United Kraft that she has thor oughly her role in the Ive met a lot of nice people and have been just truly amazed by the cooperation and the willing ness to Kraft The companies have been Willing for us to come in and present it to them and the people have willing to Already looking towards next Jack codrive predicted that a realistic challenging goal will be With the addition of the help wevegotten from the Bulverde and Canyon Lake we think that we can just continue to expand on thatfoV Ff companies said Joe executive United Way lOOpefcenl 75 percent 50 peictMl 25 pefcwnl prepare for new area code By ROBERT STEW ART SUMWrlttr Southwestern Bell Telephone has announced that New Braunfels and the surrounding area will be given a new1 area code lie new code will be 210 and 512 in San Eagle Zapa Harlingen and as well as New changeover will take place In two according to Poyle urea manager of external affairs for For the initial six period November customers who tolly dial to reach telephone numbers in tlw new 210 code will still have their calls automatically switched to the 210 The initial six months will give callers more time fo become adjusted to the new area Beebe After the grace per callers still using 512 when dialing the 2110 area code will hear a rewrdxJ message Instructing them dial Uu new the new area code ia being established now Mor we will run owt of Population grpwiji and qew communications services were cited as reasons for the necessity of the new area Beebe By announcing the change this 3 School officials explore yearround schooling Election results Look for results of the statewide constitutional amendment election in Wednesdays Read whether Cornal County voters supported a lottery and what was the outcome Ixjarn whether voters supported an amendment authorizing die issuance of up to billion in general obliga tion bonds for constructing or equipping new See whether the other amendments passed or By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer The only potential savings to be gained from a yearround schooling program arc in delaying the need to build new facilities and purchase new says Carol Comal ISO assistant superintendent for We are looking at around a 1 mil lion start up cost with elementary Hall The state has told us to tell people about the issue of yearround Hall said she does not think the dis trict will implement yearround schooling next year but is just consid ering all possible options for dealing with the districts We thought we were going to have 200 new students this year we got Hall The topic was addressed at a com munity meeting Monday night at Smithson Valley High CISD has scheduled four such meetings to solicit input from parents and patrons regarding yearround schooling ami to provide information and answer ques About 25 people attended Mon days There have been some rumors floating around the district about yearround its an emotional Hal Proponents of a yearround system say that the traditional agrarian calen based on having children off dur ing July and August to help work leads a loss of knowledge during the long break and the need to releach information in A singletrack yearround system would give students breaks three times a year for March and July A multitruck sys tem would have three or four groups that have different months off with facilities in constant Two and a half years ago when we first started looking into it we were trying to explore ways where we could help student Hall Then this year when we started looking at our enrollment and we saw what our tax rate would be wo saw that down the road we might have a problem as fur as We would like to be prepared with all Only the multitrack system increases building The single track only seeks to improve stu dent flail We want to keep what we have and not go Hall Property values are high and homes sell because of the good education CISD middle and high schools arc not large enough to implement multitrack system at this minimum of students is needed to support a full curriculum program on a multitrack Hull Other options for dealing with ris ing enrollment were discussed at the Possibilities include moving sixth grade students buck to elemen tary schools to create more space in the middle I dont think sixth graders belong in the middle said Superin tendent Joe Rogers added that all options are being presented to the community because the administration does not wuril to give one thing to you and say take it or leave Modular buildings with facades to muke them blend with existing struc tures were suggested us an alternative to Other ideas being looked at include making the two Bulverde schools kindergarten through grade three with 46 attending Bill Brown