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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 24, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas                                THURSDAY Concerts in the Park continue tonight p New Braunfels I I 11 IIH I hi HeraldZeitung 16 Pages In one section June Serving Comal County Home of of Dustln Foerster I 154 Water Dear STAMMTISCH Best Wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung sends birthday wishes to Dustin John Cookie Janie Hernan Alfred Jeanne Juarez Happy Anniversary to Edmond and Mildred Vordenbawn and Sophie andErwin Henk CISD offers defensive driving The Comal Independent School Districts Community Education Defensive Driving taught by Charlie is scheduled for 6 to 10 July 13 and 15 in the board room of the CISD Administration For more information or to call 6258576 or 625 Party of the Century slated The Comal County Fair Asso ciation Scholarship Fun will hold a 100th Anniversary Gala Party of the Century at the Comal County Fairgrounds on 28 at 7 Tickets are which includes a barbecue dinner and Call a fair director or drover for tickets or 6206632 for more Can You Dig It program set The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Departments June Natures Way Program originally planned for June 19 has been The Archaeology Can You Dig It will be held June 26 from 10 until 1 All those who signed up for the first date will be registered for the June 26 pro The program is open to youths ages 7 to 13 and has a fee of Preregistration is required and will be taken until Friday at the Parks office at 1 10 Golf Course more call the Parks office at 6082 The New Braunfels Herald Tennis plans mixer The New Braunfels Tennis Association will hold a mem beronly over 18 mixed dou bles mixer June 26 at John Newcombes Tennis Ranch at This event will be and C Enter individually for Pairings will be made as part of the Pairings will rotate within each Entry deadline is June To enter or for more call Suzanne at Cyndi at or Beverly at The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung invites its readers to sub mit items to According to the Sophienburg Archives and members of the German Stammtisch represents a sitting place for members of a commU nity to gather and share the days We invite you to share with TRYING TIMES James Goodbread living a nightmare of legal conflicts By OARY CARROLL Editor One man two months three New Braunfels City Councilman James Goodbread said he had never been sued until he became a member of the council and although he was named in a previous lawsuit while serving on council for an unrelated Goodbread said the latest barrage of litigation has been espe cially both on him and his I met the officer at the front door and we sat down and he apolo gized for serving me a real nice just like that guy so he serves me and then starts this Goodbread Its been a nightmare ever Goodbread originally was enjoined on May 10 from taking the oath of office for his fourth term on the city council in a quo warranto action filed by local attorneys on behalf of New Braunfels resident Peter The injunction currently is in and Goodbreads fate on the council will be determined in an The second lawsuit came when Council members Dan Bremer and Ambrosio Bjutch Benitez requested an injunction against Goodbread serving as a holdover member until the August Judge Robert Dahoney dismissed the request because it was filed Five days Dahoney granted a quo warranto action preventing Goodbread from serving as a That issue will go before the judge July Comal County Nathan Rheinlan acting as attorney for the OKd the filing of suits one and In a previous HeraldZeitung Rheinlander said by approv ing the he was allowing both parties to present their cases and have an appropriate court rule on the merits of their it isnt just being sued hat has created this nightmarish sit uation for His suffered a stroke recently and currently is recovering at When asked how it has been on her she said sim wals quick to note that he wasnt looking for any he wasnt considering abandoning his efforts at a fourth council I feel like the people who HeraldZoitung photo by JOHN HUSETH James Goodbread Is served legal papers prohibiting him from serving as a holdover city councilman this supported me I feel like I would be letting them down if I buckled v HeraldZeitung photo by JOHN HUSETH Leonard a local resi speaks out on behalf of James Goodbread at a hear ing this democratic process should be served in this and sooner or later the truth is going to come Goodbreads said it has been rough on her as and feels that the efforts by those filing the suits have served no other purpose than to bother and harass Goodbread and his This is not the pursuit of justice this is the pursuit of undue stress and harassment aimed at a man try ing to stand up for the Stacy Its an embarrassment to the city and it should be a person al embarrassment to the men and the families who filed the Goodbread said the numerous lawsuits are aimed solely at keeping him off the council and have noth ing to do with the election They want to get rid of Good bread because Goodbread stands up for the that scares Goodbread All I want to do is represent the people who elected me to the My family and I feel like the democratic process should be served in this and sooner or later the truth is going to come James Goodbread Federal agencys report says Comal Springs should flow at level of 150 cfs By ROSE MARIE EASH Staff Writer The Fish and Wildlife Service announced this week that the Comal Springs must flow at no less than 60 cubic feet per second under certain improved management con ditions according to a GuadalupeBlanco River Authority The service report recommends levels of at least ISO cfs for the Comal Springs to protect survival and recovery of the fountain darter under present but allows for levels as tow as 60 CPS if the Ramshom Snail is controlled and timing and duration of low spring flow is Receiving and achieving these numbers is what the whole lawsuit was said David Director of Planning and Development for It accomplishes our goal to protect the species and assure flow to the lower The announcement was in response to the May 26 order of Federal Judge Lucius Bunion which required the Service to determine the level of flow needed to protect the recovery and critical habitat of the endangered and threatened species living in the Bunions ruling was the result of a lawsuit filed by the Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Club agauist the Secretary of the Interior with GBRA as a plaintiff Welsch said the Fish and Wildlife Service ruling brings the process full circle having provided the catalyst for legislation which created the Edwards Aquifer Authority and now providing the spring flow requirements as the ruling He said everyone should be happy with the results which will protect the provide flow to the lower basin and protect the Fanning named Communities in Schools director By ROSE MARIE EASH Staff Writer New Braunfels Communities in Schools announced the appointment of Diane Fanning as Executive Director of Ilie organization effective June Communities in Schools is a multi multisponsored program for insclwol youth who are at risk of drop ping out of The overall puqwse is to improve social and per sonal skills to enable at risk students to graduate from high Fannings first task is to build a staff for the The ultimate goal is to take those children who are currently at risk in the lower grades and by the time they get to high school have a successful student that completes Fan ning Right now were in the process of interviewing people to fill two project director The pro ject directors will be oncampus posi One will be at Fmzier Elementary School in the Cornnl ISD and lie other will be at Lamar Primary and Lone Star Primary in tlie New Braunfels Their responsibility will be to set up a system for evaluating at risk stu dents to determine who should be going into the to get permission from the to ascertain the ser vices that these children what their biggest problems are and to pro vide assistance and direction for assis tance to the family as a take care of the familys problems that may be interfering with the childs success in Fanning will be responsible for the overall development and operation of the CIS program in New Braunfels including personnel pro gram coor dination with local groups and school public relations and We have funding from the we just received a grant for from Southwestern Bell and were get ting money from the United Fanning There will be an ongoing effort to maintain funding to make the plan a We hope to be able to expand to many campuses in as short a time as Wed like to cover elementary schools but then theres a need also in the sixth grade and the middle Fannings experience includes work as a public service liaison and promotional director in radio and She has been a cohost on the Chil drens Miracle Network pub licity and volunteer coordinator for a school playground project and volunteer tutor for the New Braunfels HOST pro gram where she had a first hand Diane Fanning We will need the help of from all the differ ent service organiza tions in the communi Diane Fanning look at the need for the Theres definitely a need out there youve got attendance liaisons who are overloaded trying to perform more services than their time Fan ning This will take some of the worst problems out of that arena and give the attendance liaison time to work on other Hopefully it will make life easier for school nurses and Fanning said she is looking forward to meeting with all community groups who will be resources for the Commu nities in Schools We will need help from all the dif ferent service agencies in the commu she They all have services that our children and their parents need to make a successful Area businesses are greatly impact ed by the fact that when you have drop outs and you have no job training you dont have an educated pool to draw from for entry level she Every taxpayer is affected when you have a bad attendance record or a high drop out rate because that means youre not getting as much outside funding arid that affects the local tax Any program that works to low er truancy and lower drop out rates is helping the whole Anyone interested in participating in Communities in Schools program can contact Fanning at the New Braunfels Education HeraldZaltung photo by JOHN HUSETH Twovehicle mishap An accident Involving a New Braunfelt Utilities truck and a truck took place ytstorday at 3 at Intersection of State 46 and Two NBU employees In the truck suffered minor Todays Texas Lottery numbers 14 28 21 40 16 1 Jackpot million   

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