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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 19, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday November 1991 25 Cents 260 Serving NEW BRAUNFELS and COMAL COUNTY Home Of Arthur Birth One 10 Pages Officers arrest man on a cocaine charge By ROBERT STEWART Stefl Writer A New Braunfcls man remains in the Comal County Jail today follow ing his arrest at Monday drug said Comal County Sheriff Jack Bremen Javier of the 1400 block of Stonewall was charged with possession of a controlled under 28 Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace Doc Blanchard set bond at Ortiz was arrested at his residence after officers of the Comal County Sheriffs Department executed a nar cotics search warrant issued by Officers of the Alamo Area Narcotics Task of which Bremer is executive assisted in the There was there were baggies and Bremer He had about a gram of Bremer added that it appeared the who is confined to a wheel had been allegedly using a syr inge to ingest a dosage of the drug just prior to the search warrant being The address on Stonewall is the same location that another New Braunfels Mario Alanis of the 2300 block of San Anto nio was arrested on cocaine posses sion charges on Bremer A 15yearold male juvenile also was arrested at the Stonewall residence on marijuana possession charges at that Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zellung wishes happy birthday today to Amanda Lynn Sarah Leroy Anna Maria Connie Todd Bob Secgerand Andric Anniversary wishes to Dorina and Rumaldo Jesse and Doris and Dean and Ruthie Art League meeting Bernice Brown of Wimberley and Houston will paint a Texas Hill Country scene in oil at the New Braunfels Art League meet ing at 7 19 in the Arts 646 Walnut proficient in a var iety of describes her style at realist Her works may be found at the Museum of Art of the American Houston Los Patios Gal San Antonio Art Center of Corpus Christi and Art Barn Gal The election of 1992 officers is also on the The meeting is open to the American Smoke Out The Comal County Unit of the American Cancer Society has asked all smokers to kick the habit for at least one day the Great American Smoke To aid in the anti smoking kits containing headless matches and brochures are available through Wednesday at McKenna Memorial the New Braunfels Municipal Building on Castell and the County Health Costumed superhero SOS has been presenting a rap song about the dangers of smoking in Stt 2 A cold from will move through the area this afternoon dropping the temperature The nigh temperature in New Braunfels Monday was 75 and Uie low was For more weather information see page 810 8 CLA80IFIBD COMICS CROSSWORD 9 DIAR ABBY 3 HOROSCOPE 4 RECORDS 4 SPORTS TV UST1NQS 4 There was parapherna there were baggies and He had about a gram of Sher iff Jack Bremer Officer In hospital A Solms man has been released from the Comal County Jail upon posting a bond after his arrest on charges of aggravated assault of a peace said Chief Deputy Elwood Hoherz of the Comal County Sheriffs James Hardy Jimmy of Route 6 in Solms was arrested just before midnight on 15 at the Dry Creek Bar near Hoherz Deputy Ricky Cardenas had been his and had to go to the emergency Hoherz Hes going to be out for a while its torn up pretty Cardenas was treated at McKerina Memorial Hospital and specialists arc now working to treat the Deputy Cardenas was assisting Garden Ridge police officers and Pre cinct 2 Comal County Constable Al Herbrich in breaking up a disturbance involving about five Bond was set by Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace Howard Curly abWCf W BW r By the dawns early youngs Chamber issues statement against recall By DAVID SULLENS Editor and Publisher The Greater New Braunfels Cham ber of Commerce board of directors voted Monday to oppose any move to recall any of the citys current city council A local group is circulating a peti tion advocating the recall of two of the councils seven said a Chamber there arc rumors that another petition soon will seek the recall of three different coun cil The Chambers board feels that the process of a recall of any one of the current City Council members is said a statement issued by the board following the The voters can satisfy their choices for City Council at the polls on election The statement The tur controversy and divisivcncss that has continued over the past two years within this city must cornc to an namecalling and unfounded allegations of serious wrongdoing is costing this communi ty not only tax but the ability to take advantage of opportunities that can help bring us out of the current economic No doubt the city staff is demoral ized and battle which cant help but affect their City officials and community leaders arc currently spending most of their time trying to minimize the damage of these hate campaigns rather than working on productive projects to benefit the There are many communities around this country that are from this same type of political head bashing and name calling and we in New Braunfcls do not have to follow We need to demonstrate to other cities our ability to work as a Whether you the statement with the recent decisions made by the current City Council or those decisions are now A recall movement can only prolong the hurt the city and its taxpayers and frighten any prospective candidate from run ning for If the citizens of New the statement want good good fiscal good services and improvements to its quality of then the community must get behind the City Council and urge it to find those things upon which they can agree and to find a position of compromise on tilings to which some may employee close to settlement By LARRY ROWE Start Writer The Comal Appraisal District board of directors and an employee who has filed suit against the district appear to be moving toward an outof court The employee and board members met in executive ses sion Monday for more than an We dont know what the terms are hut its always best to keep it out of said David chair man of the Nobody really in a court Jaime an appraiser for the contends that both his super visor and the board retaliated against him for taking a claim of job discrimi nation to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Executive session lasts an hour Texas Commission on Human Rights in 1990 when he was overlooked for the deputy chief appraisers While Padilla seeks protection under the Texas Whistle Blowers appraisal district officials and their attorney deny all accusations of dis crimination and Although I think that the specific allegations in the Whistle Blowers Act are I think that in the employees mind there are some con and if we con address those to his satisfaction then its good for all said Raymond attorney for the appraisal Padillas Carmen Rum said they will continue to seek a The settlement is the best way to deal with an employee prob lem because what we want in the end is for the people to work together as a David said board attor Padilla and his Chief Appraiser Lynn plan to sit down and try to work things out after Padilla said he would like to remain at the appraisal district despite con flicts with his This is what Ive done for the past many I enjoy my Unfortunate I dont feel comfortable with the and I truly would like the matter If a settlement is not appraisal district officials say they will seek to have the case dismissed on grounds that Padillas arguments are baseless and that the Texas Whistle Blowers Act does not Padilla will seek a declaratory judgment that the Comal Appraisal District has violated the Texas Whistle Blower Act an injunctive relief to stop the alleged retaliation the difference in Padillas salary and the chief appraisers any amount of exemplary damages and legal approves 1991 tax roll By ROBERT STEW ART SUM Writer i The Comal County Education District board of trustees approved the 1991 tax roll as provided to them by the Comal Appraisal Dis trict at their meeting Monday A taxable value of was assessed for the CED a levy of set for the At their 11 the CEP board set a tax rate of valuation of This figure will generate the tax levy amount and fund the SM Of 3 Cheer Fund total rising Good Day The New Braunfels HeraldZellung kicked off its 1991 Cheer Fund Sun day and already baa been The goal of the drive is to raise money to provide Christmas dinners to local residents who are less Dally updates of how much money has been contributed will appear on the front page of the Herald until the delivery Latent couuibutors arc This Circulation Manager Johnny arid Orvalene of Carol Ann who coordinates the said she expects 200 fami Charlie ami Dottic lies wiil benefit from the Glenn and Ruth Star falls to unknown motorist By LARRY HOWE Staff Writer New Braunfels residents have seen the last of the Lancia Park which was hit and destroyed by an unknown motorist early Saturday the stars care taker said Millie chairman of keep Ing the star for the Four Seasons Garden said the shaped by a raised bed of xeriscape was hit a year ago by a speeding pickup truck and but this time ute damage is Its breaking my but we have to give It Mader Weve talked to the parks depart ment and weve all concluded that were just going to have to disman tle After about a year of the star was built In two weeks dur ing October 1989 by Maders band Rollle with Uie assis tance of two It cost about t From Millie member of the Four Seasons Garden and Fay a member of the club and a delegate to the New Braunfels Council of Garden survey the remains of the Park Photo by Urry Rowe
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