New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 13, 1994, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 13, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 13, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, March 13,1994 ■ HerakJ-Zeitung ■ 9 A Federal court rules in favor of Comal ISD (Editors Note: The following is the official response from the Comal Independent School District to previous news reports concerning the discrimination suit brought by Maria Terpen-ing and others.) On May 28,1993, a discrimination case (Maria Terpening, et a1 vs. Comal JSD, et a1) was filed against Comal ISD, individual board members, and administrators. The premise of the original complaint was stipulated as a “class action” lawsuit. This is a status update to report the finding of the Federal Court and Magistrate to date. With respect to the “Class Action” basis, there is no certified class and/or class representatives; and the Federal Court has not allowed any class against the Comal ISD or other named Defendants. After two separate time extensions and more than seven months from filing this lawsuit, the Plaintiffs could not meet their legal requirements to contest Comal ISD’s request for dismissal. Consequently, on Jan. 13,1994, :he Federal Court dismissed the Individual Board Members and Plaintiffs :laim for Intentional Infliction of Emo-ional Distress. This ruling completely vindicates the Individual Board Members of any and all allegations or wrongdoing. Moreover, the Honorable U.S. Magistrate Judge Robert B. O’Connor recently recommended to the Federal Court that charges against Individual Administrators also be dropped. This action exonerates these Defendants of any unlawful allegations. These rulings are favorable to all Individual Defendants and the Comal Independent School District. On or about Jan. 21, 1994, Plaintiffs filed another Motion seeking the Court’s permission to file a supplementary report of Discrimination. The Honorable Magistrate Judge reviewed Plaintiffs’ Motion and the Report of Discrimination, denied Plaintiffs Motion, and refused admission of the Report of Discrimination into the case. On Jan. 24, 1994, Plaintiffs filed another Motion for the Court to reconsider dismissal of the Individual Board Members (excluding Thomas Bruce and Douglas Kirk). At the regularly scheduled Board meeting on Dec. 13, 1993, Mr. Kirk made, and Mr. Bruce seconded, a motion to leave the position on the Board vacant and fill it in the regular election in May of 1994. The motion failed in a 3 to 3 vote. This action made it possible for Mr. Potter to return, at any time, to the Board under the Texas Constitutional “holdover” provision. The Comal Independent School District had previously obtained legal counsel regarding the “Potter issue,” because there was a question concerning the “holdover” provision and the effect it would have on Mr. Potter’s daughter seeking employment with the district. In early December 1993, Comal Independent School District’s attorney, Paul W. Hunn, gave his opinion on Mr. Potter’s ability to reclaim office. Said reclamation was, and is, completely lawful. In fact, no one produced any written legal statement and/or opinion controverting Comal Independent School District’s actions. Moreover, Mr. Potter’s decision to return (after his daughter was employed in another district) to office was his alone. It was not the function of discrimination or conspiracy. The “holdover” provision is, in fact, a Constitutional requirement concerning school board and other elected offi cials. The Comal Independent School District and its Board Members wish to dispel, as unfounded, any rumors and innuendoes concerning conspiracies, patterns, policies, and customs regarding illegal activities. Additionally, previous news releases have alluded to gag orders being issued to Board Members regarding dialogue with the press. The Comal ISD Lawyer, William W. Krueger, III (Wright & Greenhill), in the discrimination case has, in fact, asked the Board to refrain from making public statements regarding issues in the case just as Plaintiffs lawyers have advised their clients. It’s as simple as that. As Mr. Krueger continues to pursue the facts with the Courts, the District is confident the outcomes will continue to show that the Comal Independent School District, as well as its elected officials and employees, is committed to providing the best and most economical education to all its students regardless of race, color, creed, sex, and/or national origin — a commitment reinforced by the Federal Court’s recent Recommendations and Orders. BROOKS MOTORS AUCTION CO. Collector Car Auction March 18,1994 Wursthalle Building, Landa Park Open 9AM Auction 11:00 AM General Admission $3.00 For buying & selling info, please phone 210-629-1961 Ron Brooks # TX6826 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HALL 625-2279    111    Landa Street HALL RENTALS Available for all occasions. Accommodates 540 people. Call today for info. BINGO Lie# 1237133243342002 Every Monday evening. Early Bird-7:15 Regular Game - 7:30. PIZZA AM) PRICES FOK EVERYONE! PICK UPTHE BEST DEAL WHENY0U COME IN! Come into Gatti’s and save on our original crust, cheese and one topping take-out pizzas. Real pizzas - made with 100% smoked provolone cheese, our own great sauce, fresh vegetables, choice meats and terrific crust. It's the best deal in town - pick it up! EVERYDAY LOW PRICES ON TAKE OUT PIZZA! 0 RI G innL CRUST, CHEESE & OflE TOPPIRC! AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA WHY OIA' A LOTTA PIZZA YOO DONT LIKE, WHEN YOU CAN UUY A LOTTA KEAL PIZZA YOU'LL LOVE! 625-5165 The Best Pizza In Town... WALNUT SQUARE (WALNU ffomtrl IT AVE. at IH-35) Fair on its way The 1994 Comal County Homemaking and Art Fair will be held March 18 at the Comal County Fairgrounds. Pictured above Is Johnny Bueche and James Bueche, who represent Wuests Supermarkets. They have been donating the trophies for the past years. Also above are Jessica Hildebrand, Rebecca Taylor, Kirsten Taylor and Bethany Taylor. GII I HOOKS AV All abu: WALNUT 6 629-6400 IH 35 and Walnut Ave. ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6*00 PM $3.00 TIM geed 9/11 tkni 9/17 Adopt a Friend for Life Humane Society of Comal County 629-5287 ^ofcu&ay S WYU Restaurant New Braunfels Daily Lunch Specials (Starting March 7th) Mon. Chicken a La King W/Rice Tues. Meatloaf W/Mashed Potato Wed. Chicken Fried Steak W/Mashed Potato Thurs. Spaghetti Fri. Fried Fish Fillet W/Cole Slaw All specials come with veggie of the day, salad, bread, and tea or coffee .    625-8017    1051IH35E CARPET SALE Prices Start At 4”sq. yd. imps INTERIORS 943 N. 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River Cruise • Spring Rower Tour OTHER CALENDAR OF EVENTS CALL 210-629-5279 Gift Ccnificaiea Available ^^nrAd^s^AnnivorK^iej^SgeciA^loIidai^K^ $1.50 Drinks SEAFOOD SUNDAY Platter 5.95 All U Can Eat Shrimp & Fish... 10.95* Wad. Night 1/2 Pries Burgers LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Thurs. Terri Hendrix Sat. The Stingrays No Cover HALF PRICE INITIATION FEES BRAUNTEX 625-4411 290 W. San Antonio $1.00 ALL SHOWS $1.00 Hmm geed SZI I tfcm 3/17 my tmmmmtm (ES * Sa. • Sun. 2:10420 7309:16 Weekdays (BD'"' 445 730 9:15 Mrs    sa. Sun. {Vino.    230 430 DOUBTFIRE 7:16 930 ROBIN    Weekdays WILLIAMS na 430 7:15930 DORING OUR SPRING MEMBERSHIP DRIVE MEMBERSHIPS AVAILABLE ♦ Galling ♦ Nan-Resident ♦ Secial/Tennis/Peel ♦ lunier Executive TSlte (Woodlands <^)olf &C Country (Flub if OS (Watts &Lane, ffanpon <£ako CALL 899-3301 FOR DETAILS WM Steaks to Pasta Salads Fish to South of the Border § Is  ------------- Lakeside (Restaurant Weekly Lunch Specials $45 rt c Tue - Thurs.... 7:30 - 9:00 Sunday........7:30    -    9:00 Fri - Sat 7:30 -10:00 Closed Monday 0 with drink Sc dessert NM Sr. Citizen's Discounter] 10% A f on Sunday Meeting Room available beginning April I 899-7900 Starkville, Tx ANTIQUE SHOW .SALE SEMI-ANNUAL Celebiat ion Dbor Prize!* Lxtravagaiu Civic Center New Braunfels, Texas ARCH 18-19-20 1994 PRL • SAT., ll e.m. - 7 p m. SUN., Noon • 6 p,m. ADMISSION $2J0 (Good All Three Day*) ;

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