New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 3, 1994

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 03, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 3, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Tf Area high schools start football practices see Page 74 50 COUNTDOWN 239 DAYS ffowBraunfels Sesquteentenrilal r March 2t 1845 March New Braunfels 410 M01A 187 SOWEST 2627 E YANDELL DR EL PASO TX 79903 18 pages in twb sections Wednesday Aug Serving Comal County for more than 142 years Home of SANDRA DUNCAN Inside Sports River conditions GUadalupe River cfs Comal cfs cfscubic feet per second Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeKung TheNewBraunfelsHerald Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to Melfe Ann Koepp 1 Laura Jusme 21 Steve Sanchez Lydia Johnson Larry Schwab Juan Babriel Rojas Jane Ann Gon zalez Annette Alexander Lydia Hernandez 50 Michael Rene Hernandez Yesenia Gar cia 1 and Sandra Dun can Happy belated birthdays to Cricket Rylas and Courtney Marie Juarez 5 Happy 15th annivere sary to Jeff and Brenda Cole man Just Over Youth general meeting The JOY Group of the Comal County Senior Citizens Center will have a general meeting Thursday Aug 4 at 6 for people who want to be involved in the drama productions being planned Dance at Senior Center Sunday The Comal County Senior Citi zens Center will have a dance Sunday Aug 7 from 6 pjn to 10 featuring ballroom dance band Jubilee Everyone is wel come Charge is per person The sanck bar will be open BYOB 4H benefit dance set for Aug 12 The Comal County 4H clubs are having their benefit dance on Friday Aug 12 at the Comal County Fairgrounds from 8 to 12 Tickets are available at the county extension office 132 Water Lane Lioness Club meets Aug 8 The New Braunfels Lioness Club will meet Monday Aug 8 at Ryans Steak House at 11 SVHS fundraiser set The Smithson Valley High School dance team will host a garage sale fundraiser on Satur day Aug 6 from 8 to 3 at Uniques Event Park Hwy 281 Rummage sale Saturday and Sunday La Mujer Tejana will hold a fundraising rummage sale Satur day and Sunday Aug 6 and 7 at the Weekend Flea Market 1661 S Seguin St Caregivers1 group Caregivers Support Group meets at 3 Aug 10 at the Senior Center Stammtisch The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung invites iff readers to submit items to Slammtisch According to the Sophienburg Archives and members of the German community Slammtisch represents a sitting place for members of the community to gather and share the days happenings We invite you to short with This newspaper is printed on recycled newsprint Taking a stand against crime Communities all over the United Slates celebrated the National Night Out yesterday and New Braunfels was no exception Dozens of resi dents gathered for the Crime Watch block party Tuesday night In the Palace Heights subdivision Palace Heights won the contest last year for bestblock party In the cfty This year the Texas Avenue neighborhood won the contest Above are children who participated In the Palace Heights antvcrime poster contest At right residents gather as the party gets rolling Several city officials turned out to help the residents celebrate National Night Out HefaOZeitung photos by JOHN HUSETH Reward offered in arson case By ROSE MARIE EASH Special to the HeraldZeitung Up to a reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of anyone in connection with the fire which destroyed one of three condominiums in a Garden Vil la unit at 414 S Union early Monday morning Anyone having any information that may lead to the arrest on anyone connected with this arson case or any other arson may call 1800835 said Assistant Chief Elroy Friesenhahn You may remain anonymous We are looking for any information about activity between and 2 Monday morning If anyone heard or saw anything about that time on or near 414 S Union they should call the 1800 number or they can call me at the Fire Marshalls office at The reward is offered through the Texas State Fire Marshalls office and the Texas Advisory Council on Arson Funding is provided by the Occupants and other eyewitnesses saw a car driving away from the Elroy Friesenhahn National Insurance Drive Bureau Occupants and other eyewitness es saw a car driving away from thd said Friesenhahn We need descriptions of the car or any other information which might lead to the arrest of the arsonists This is very serious Three of the occupants of the con dominium were treated for minor smoke inhalation and lacerations after they scrambled from an upstairs win dow onto the roof to escape the bum ing residence Cruz Gaytan Dillinger Gay tan 17 and Leon Lopez were treat ed and released from Mckenna 1 Memorial Hospital All local schools get state accreditation By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer Local school districts received their accreditation ratings this week and both local school districts passed their tests based on results from the Texas Assessment of Academic Skills tak en this past year Bulverde Primary of the Comal Independent School District received a recognized status the highest of any school in either of the two local districts Smithson Valley High School also received a supplemen tal recognized status based on several tests including the SAT and All other CISD schools received acceptable ratings said CISD offi cials New Braunfels Independent School District schools all received acceptable ratings for this past year said Karen Simpson executive direc tor of educational services for NBISD She said the district had hoped to reach the recognized level Its unfortunate because we had such big gains in some she said Our eighth and tenth grades had their numbers rise dramatical Water supply OK for now at SVHS fields By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer With football practices beginning this week another group of people is looking to the skies for relieffootball players Officials at Smithson Valley High say there is no need to panic for need of water Although officials have reduced watering the practice and game fields to three hours at night and on alternating days there will still be water for drinking purposes Head Coach Larry Hill said they would have to look at future needs however and plan to have water available Were OK saidHead Coach Larry Hill Were looking at the possibility of bringing in water just for our kids to drink during CISD Maintenance Director Roy Linnartz said officials were monitoring wells including one on top of a hill near the school They should have plenty of he said Linnartz did say as he told the CISD School Board last week that continued dry weather would result in fur ther conservation efforts We dont want to get in a situation where were endangering kids by having them play on hard Weather forecasts call for a better chance of showers this week than in past weeks however significant rainfall is still out of the picture for the near future weather fore casters say Students must pass between 25 and 65 percent of the TAAS tests to gain a mastery level Dr Simpson said the district showed big gains in every phase but writing Ironically writing showed the largest gains the previous testing period She said the district would need to concentrate on improving math and writing scores in particular She also added that state funding not based on the accreditation of AEIS ratings Schools can receive a bonus through the AEIS scores should they perform very well how ever this happens rarely she said Dr Carol Hall of the CISD told the CISD Board of Trustees last week that requirements for reaching accred itation will become much tougher next year Standards are much more lenient this time she told the board The state will begin breaking down requirements into more specific cat egories looking for improvements or passing levels in distinct groups based on factors such as minority status for example River authority cuts Guadalupe flow again By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer Flow rates on the Guadalupe River have been cut back to 100 cubic feet per second by the GuadalupeBlanco River Authority Current inflow to the Canyon Lake Reser voir is 63 cfs as a very dry June and July have wilted the Guadalupe But this summer differs little from the one of 1993 when inflows reached 74 cfs in August and release rates went to 100 cfs in September These last couple of years havent been planning and development for the GBRA Last summer and this summer were dry Before heavy spring rains this year which sent release rates above the cfs mark release rates totaled only 150 cfs in January and February Those heavy spring rains provided good recreational conditions for the Memorial Day and July Fourth weekends which drew heavy crowds according to local businesses With low flow rates now however and little rain in sight the prospects for good water condi When you get below 100 cfs youre real ly in what we call a passive recreation said Welsch Welsch said the past two dry years follow a wetter than normal summer in 1992 and a more normal year in 1991 when release rates reached 370 cfs in July and dropped to 180 cfs in August before reaching back to 300 cfs by September This year still stands far above the drought conditions of 1984 when the river flow dropped to practically nothing said Welsch Early voting winding down at NBISD starting at CISD By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer Early voting ends next Tuesday Aug 9 for the New Braunfels Independent School District trustee election Those registered voters of the district who wish to vote early can still cast ballots at the Education Center 430 W Mill St Voters who wish to mail their ballots must do so by Friday Aug 5 Voters must fill out a card which can be obtained at the County Courthouse and mail this request into the dis tict office by Friday These mailins are limited to those who ar over age 65 disabled incarcerated or going to be outoftown Ballots must be mailed and received by the Aug 13 election Also through the 9th if a disabled per son is unable to come up the stairs or elevator well send a clerk out and let them vote in their car early said Assistant Super intendent Lonnie Curtis The Saturday Aug 13 election features five candidates on the atlarge ballot and one in Dis trict 1 Persons may vote at Lone Star Memo rial Elementary Seele Elementary Lamar Pri mary and the High School The Comal Independent School District has a bond election slated for Sept 10 Early vot ing for the million bond begins Aug 22 and ends Sept 6 Voters must register to vote by Aug 10 to be eligible Voter registration cards are available at the CISD Central Office and the Post Office and must be mailed to the county courthouse of residence CISD voters can vote at any early voting location regardless of district They are CISD Central Office Bulverde Elementary Bill Brown Elementary Comal Elementary Moun tain Valley Elementary For news advertising or subscription information call 6259144 Metro 6060846 ;