New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 21, 1991, Page 2

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 21, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2Herald-Ze/fi/ng New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, November 21,1991 Weather Water Watch Comal River.......................................226    cfs (down 4 cfs) Edwards Aquifer.....................................623.77    (down .03) Canyon Lake outflow...............................1.318    cfs (same) Canyon Lake Inflow........................237    cfs    (down    36    cfs) Canyon Lake level..............................902    feet    (down    .03) South Texas — Hill Country    40s South Central. Clear    and and South Central Texas, partly    colder Sunday and Monday, cloudy, windy and turning cooler Highs in the 50s. Lows in the Saturday. Highs in the 60s.    20s hill Country, 30s South Lows in the 30s hill Country,    Central. Obituaries Jamts O. Bass Services for James O. Bass, 80, who died Thursday, Nov. 21, 1991, at McKenna Memorial Hospital are ' pending at Docppcnschmidt Funeral Home. Thskla A. Dot pptnschmkft Services for Mrs. E.C. “Thekla A.** Doeppenschmidt, 102, a former resident of New Braunfels, will be 2 p.m. Friday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home, with the Rev. Daryl Higgins officiating. Burial will follow at Comal Cemetery. Mrs. Doeppenschmidt died Nov. 19, 1991, at her Corpus Christi residence. She was horn Oct. 17, 18X9, in New Braunfels* to Koocrt and Marie (nee Ricskohl) Pfullmunn. She lived in New Braunfels her entire life until 1985. She    married    Ernst    C. Doeppenschmidt in New Braunfels. Mr. Doeppenschmidt died on Nov. 4, 1965. Mrs. Doeppenschmidt was a member of First Protestant United Church of Christ and the Sons of Herman. Survivors arc: daughter, Mrs. M.A. (Mary C.) Docppcnschmidt of Corpus    Christi;    and    four grandchildren, Mary Merriwcather and husband Gale of Spring. Sharon Foster and husband Jerry of Beeville, Jan Wishert of Corpus Christi, and William A. Doeppenschmidt and wife Becky of New Braunfels; and '.nephew, Kcyloc McKenzie and wife Diane. Visitation will be from noon Thursday until service time Friday at •; Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. ['Memorials may be given to First '* Protestant United Church of Christ. .* Paul Benavides ;• Services for Paul Benavides, 95, a * . 33-ycar resident of New Braunfels, will be noon Saturday at St. Peter’s . Catholic Church in Boerne, with the [♦Rev. Tony Cummins officiating. Burial will follow at Boerne Cemetery. He died Wednesday, Nov. 20, 1991, at his residence. He was bom Oct. 14, 1896, in Ceralvo, Mexico, to Dan and Cruz (nee Lopez) Benavides. Mr. Benavides married Julia Ramos in March 1963 in San Marcos. He was the retired owner of New Braunfels Shoe Repair and a member of the Catholic faith. Survivors arc: wife, Julie R. Benavides of New Braunfels; daughter, Lilly Perez of Corpus Christi; sons, Domingo Benavides of Stockdale. Martin Benavides of New Braunfels, Gipe F. Benavides of New Braunfels. Fernando Benavides of New Braunfels; sister, Carmen Benavides of Pearland; brother, Norberto Benavides of Seguin; and 24 grandchildren. A rosary is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Friday at Zoeller Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Hospice New Braunfels. Emilia C. Medrano Services for Emilia C. Medrano, 73. of New Braunfels will bv1 IU a.m. Friday at Holy Family Catholic Church, with the Rev. Francis Maas officiating. Burial will follow at Comal Cemetery. Mrs. Medrano, who lived most of her life in New Braunfels, died Wednesday, Nov. 20, 1991, at Oak Crest Inn. She was born June 28, 1918, in San Marcos. Mrs. Medrano, whose maiden name was Castro, maraud Pedro Medrano, who died in 1970. She was a homemaker and a member of Hol> Family Catholic Church. Survivors arc: sisters, Manucla Valdez of New Braunfels and Santos Martinez of New Braunfels; brother, Daniel Castro of New Braunfels and numerous nieces and nephews. A rosary is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at Zoeller Funeral Home. Cheer fund total rising Cheer Fund total risingThc New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung kicked its 1991 Cheer Fund Sunday and already $1,841,74 has been raised. Latest contributors are: Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Paulen $50 Anonymous S20 Irene N. Miller S25 Ladies’ Considered the first lady of Country Fiddle, Jana Jae performed at a free concert Tuesday in the Wal-Mart parking lot. (Photo by Bill Ervin) CAD Continued from page 1 his present marriage. He said he still owns the house listed for the exemption at 9504 Scots Glen in San Antonio, but that he has been living in a rented condominium in the Camp Wamcckc Resorts complex of New Braunfels since Oct. 1,1990. “I’ve been a resident of this county most of my life, but I’ve been sometimes in different places,” Seidel said. “Why not question my ability to serve on the board of directors instead of question my eligibility lo serve?” CAD board Chairman S.D. David Jr. said, “If the man were elected to take the office and somebody were to protest it, then it would have to be investigated and determined what is correct. O can’t say that that’s the exact procedure. This has never Happened before, so I really couldn’t answer that question.” He said he had heard of the eligibility question “out on the street,” but it had not been discussed at board meetings. City Attorney Barry Moore said he had received information about Seidel’s homestead designation. “There was some information Trustees opt to change custodial services By ROBERT STEWART Still Writ* A desire to not have a disruptive transition in management of maintenance and custodial services led to New Braunfels ISD trustees granting a new contract lo ServiceMaster Mid-America Management Services of Chesterfield, Missouri at the NB1SD board meeting Tuesday. The contract includes a “no-causc cancellation clause" that would allow the district to terminate the contract as early as June 30, 1991, said Superintendent Charles R. Brad berry. The board has expressed a desire to set up an in-housc system for management of maintenance and custodial services. The current contract with ServiceMaster is scheduled to expire at the end of December. Other companies submitting bids included AKA Environmental [ Services of Houston and Rite-Way Services of San Antonio. Bradbcrry said the Ritc-Way bid was determined to be non-qualifying and that going with the lower bid from ARA did not make sense if the • district planned to set up its own maintenance and custodial operation for the 1992-93 school year. Principals from various district schools spoke out on the need to • maintain a high level of service and to have a smooth transition to an in- vhouftc system. • “We can’t have a loss of quality [ through custodial or maintenance,” said Marilyn Buckner of Lone Star Primary. “B’s one of the hallmarks of • our district — it is one thing that speaks for who we vc and what we do everyday for our children.” “I think it’s a good idea to keep ServiceMaster on at least through June,” said Chs Vasquez of Lamar Primary “My custodians are very professional and take pride in what they do. We have a lot of questions ; that need answering before we can decide to take over these services on our own.” “I think ServiceMaster groomed us an awful lot to do it right,” said Jane MacDonald of Carl Schurz Elementary. “It’s going to take lime lo find the right people.” “Having been principal ai every school in New Braunfels except the high school and Seek, I think I’ve seen all the gamuts,” said Karen Simpson of New Braunfels Middle School. “The Middle School is not in great shape and has a long, lung way to go” Bradbcrry added that the transition to an in-house system will involve equipment costs, computer costs and training costs bul thai the yearly cost will be less. “I want ServiceMaster out of here,” said Trustee Leo Chafin. “I think it’s a way we can save money.” Trustee Bob Clarke said that he feels contracting services is the bcsi way lo handle custodial services in order to not burden principals with more dunes. “I think the lime has come when we have lo contract it.” Clarke said. “Our business is lo educate — not Harald-Zeltuitg Published Sunday morning. Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels Herald Zeitung. 707 Landa Si., or PX). Drawer 311328, New Braunfeb. Texas 7813 J J328. Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels Herald Zeitung al New Braunfels. Texas 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 months, $12.90; six months, $2250; one year, $40JOO. Senior Citirens Discount (carrier delivery only): six months, $19.25; one year, $34 JOO. Matt delivery outside Comal County, in Texas: three months, 12250; six months, $40JOO, one year, $75 JOO. Mail outside Texas six months. 15250; one year, $8750. lf you have not received your newspaper by 5 30p rn. Tuesday through Friday, or by 7:30 am. Sunday, call 625 9144 or 6581900 by 7 pm. and ll a m., respectively. Postmaster: Send address changes to PO. Drawer 3ll328, New Braunfeb, Texas 78131 1328 which, I don’t know if it was true or not true ... which I passed on to the council,” Moore said. “All I know is a question had been raised about it by others.” The council nominated Seidel and Glyn Goff on October 18. Moore said he could not exactly AIR DUCT CLEANING When you turned on the heat did you . . . ★ Turn on the Dust? ★ Turn on your sinuses? ★ Turn on your allergies? Give us a call. We may have the solution. Interior Environmental Services The Indoor Air Quality Specialists. 629-4161 Free Inspection *7his Christmas give gifts that fitter... Shop Thursday night, 9{gvember 21st, from six. until nine and receive special discounts on watches & jewelry for your special man. Wine and Cheese mitt be served. IXk accept trade-ins. f Jewelry Factory Store Hours: Monday thru Saturday 9 to 9 Sunday 9 to 6 Bencharge BE A PART OF THE BIGGEST WEEKEND IN SWT SPORTS HISTORY!!! deal with plumbing and electrical.” Rohincii pointed out that the district has continually surprised the board by setting and meeting high standards. “There is no doubt that we can put together a service surpassing ServiceMaster and ARA, both,” he said. “I feel like we’ve come up with the best curriculum and the best bus transportation service and (can do the same with maintenance and custodial services).” “I feel we need a very smooth transition to maintain preventive maintenance," Trustee Arlan Hermes said. Approval of the ServiceMaster contract with the no-cause cancellation clause passed on a 7-0 vote. Herald-Zeitung 625-9144 Subscribe BASKETBALL VS SOUTHERN METHODIST FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1991 7:30 P.M. STRAHAN COLISEUM New Bobcat head coach Jim Wooldridge begins his battle for National Exposure. Penn SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1991 WB '    2:00    P.M. BOBCAT STADIUM "The Brawl For It All" FOOTBALL VS SAM HOUSTON STATE oblongs Bobcat football team takes on Sam i||m    IM th    the winner taking tile Conference Championship and advancing to the NCAA playoffs. Help the Bobcats return to the glory of old!!!! Ticket on Sale NOW!! Call 245-2272 (Vina/M ante ira rd acct*pil'd) Basketball-Reserved $5/General Admission $3 Football-Reserved $8/General Admission $6 (Children 12 and under $1-General Admission) ;

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