New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 14, 1994

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 14, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 14, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas ge 6A Inside tiDay IB 2B Success Stories 39 28 Marketplace River conditions Guadalupe cfs Comal cfs extends the following birthday wishes to Adotfb Sanchex Peter ADenFonseca Orlando Cum Bryan Medra no Lcrife Lue Jbray Duke tol Anthony Gomez Frank Heyait Jameson Goodyear Snette Keoghan Jackie Erben Nancy Ford Satur Reddfat Ovcar Rappd Augusta Schumann Sharp IvafftM Gladys Baese Betty Morris John Reteblg Leonard Votes Meta Wagner RoUnd Webch Teresa Mothan Amy Oventmt Borckers Steven A Schmnann Kim Neal Grier John Smttty Smith Leroy Van Zandt Eugene D Burr A J Martin Happy Anniversary to Tammy Hand Carlos Jean nie Medrano 12 years Satur Aha James Doerr Hap py Bert Grace Farias 39 yeanX Westey 4 Minnie Odd 30 years 1994 Queen Comal County high school fiirahtnen sophomores and juniors arc invited to compete in the 1994 Comal County Rodeo Queen Contest Contestants must be single and enrolled in either Comal County school district as of August 1994 Infiwmation and entry will be available at New Braunfels Canyon and Smithson Valley High Schools County seniors to host dance The Comal County Senior Citi zens Center will have a dance on today from 3 to 6 pan featur ing the band Mixed Line dance music will be included in a variety of selec tions Everyone is welcome Admission is per person A snack bar will be open ATPE to meet Aug 16 at Landa Park The local chapter of the Asso ciation of Texas Professional Educators wfll holding a meeting on Aug 16 at 4 pjn at Landa Parictablett imitvitirtatitntotubjiitiuiiuto StamiMUck Accontixt to Utt tammmlty Stomaadt nprtwitsaiu tiftftaaformtmbtrt of At cammajly The winning numbers Lotto Taxtt 1014 1724 This newspaper is printed on recyded newsprint Two Seasons termers talk ups downs of summer season High hopes Mangen impresses coeches during intrasquad scrimmage Saturday New Braunfels HeraldZeitumr SUNDAY 75CBITS 42 Pages In three Meltons Sunday Aug SatvlnoComal County far 142 No 197 Its Chafin NBISD ByCRAMHAMMETT Staff Writer Two and one newcomer will take their seats on the New Braunfcls Independent School Board of Trustees Sylvia Sanchez and Leo Chafin the incum benti and BetteOfftrman Spain the newcomer wens elected to the NBISD board as final results were tallied Saturday evening Sanchez ran unop posed in District 1 while Chafin and Spain won the two atlarge seats The biggest race came in the running fix the at large positions where five people were contesting Spain totaled 654 votes and Chafin 523 whfle Bob Rabom totaled 396 Yolanda H Longoria 390 and Ted Gaskamp 368 Im probably the most said Offer man Spain on her winning margin I did not wv MWW thanlc friends of mine who dklatotofteJephonTwork caOing people for me i m homed to serve on the added the fbr I mer special education teacher who led in four of the five district vote totals And I hope Yolanda Ted and Bob will continue to be Leo Chafin will serve another threeyear term as an NBISD trustee The current vicepresident of me board and a SyMa Sanohaz heaakLAndlwanttocon Its not easy to get out in the pubHc picture like that Longoria arid she fttt like too many voten who live in the West Side of New Btssmfetshadtogooverto Lamar Primary to vote which is on the other side of town Both Districts 1 and 4 include the West Side District Ivotea cast bal Lao Chafin nee for the District 1 seat She too wfll serve anodwr thnjeyetrtenn In all 2331 votnwan number of absentee some MS early votes woe cast overall 17 Thats the highest turnout in the bat 22 said Assistant Superkaen dent Lonnie Curtis of the early or There were 510 absentee ballots submitted Ofpsnnan SpMl Dillo Derby for the NBISD Swte Baled 221 ww in to yor issued warning from By TECLOJ GARCIA Staff Writer Comal County Attorney Nathan Rheuitaider warned Friday that May or Paul Fraser could be in violation of the Texas Open Meetings Law and subject to criminal prosecu However Rheinlander said in the letter to Prater it was unlikely mat he would prosecute and considered his letter to the mayor a fint The county attorney said it was his pojicy to first secure compliance with die act by the officials involved Tfdoesnt seem good public policy that me fint time they might inadvertently stray across the line to subject them to arrest and prosecu Rheinlander said in a prepared Paul naee Fnser told a local radio station Mon dsy mat be hid several mem bers of the city council to secure enough votes to ask for the resignation of City Attorney Barry Moore I appreciate Mr Rheinlander pointing out those points in the letter he sent i to Fraser M NIL SSKL uteatnnns my position that I have no viola tions with the open meetings act Rheinlander also said this would only be a one time warning In the event of future allegations we would not hesitate to pursuit any dvfl or criminal remedy he said Voters of the act could be subject to a criminal penalty including a fine not less than nor more man confinement in die county jail for not less than month or more than sfat months or both Rheinlander said San Antonio votes down Applewhite From staff and wire reports SAN ANTONIO Voters here turned down the pfOpoaedApplwhhe Reservoir project for the second time NfwBrauntala ctty council member Jan Kannady oftora eflctMvpfnsfam liar entry In fratAnnadllQ Darby Tha event waa at Conaervatlon Ptaca and baneMladtlialM en Yew Armor gram baaed In New BraunMs The program Local couple turned down after trying the Associated Press Applewhhefiist failed ma referen dum m 1991 and was Bsuoected with several changes and presented to vot ers in San Antonio to vote on again The reservoir was an integral part of the citys proposed 2050 water plan developed by the San Antonio Water System Approximately 100 384 total woe cast with votes against the proposal and votes for the The plan had garnered support ftom the GuadakpeBlanco River Authoc ity By TiCtOJ GARCIA Staff writer of trouble usually caused by local citizens renting rooms a New Braunfels couple was denied the right to stay at a local hotel The Rodeway Inn at IH 35 and highway 46 told OK couple it does not rent rooms to local citizens v The hold turned down the couple last week whfle they looked for aplace to spend a weekend away before school started next week The husband who wished to remain anonymous said be called Rqoeway Wednesday to make a reservation and the derk on duty said it could not rent mqmf ft iTtf bfftlfff fff The derk then told him Rodeway has had difficulties win drag users and prostitutes renting i The man said he was initially upset Tts kind erf he said We just wanted to get away for the weekend men we find this out ft was very dkv Hesakitbemsagermeasaidawas Rodeway policy not to rent to locab and the Hew Bnuafeis hotel was owned by the McGregor Bosptoiay Group in Houston An official at McGregor said she was unaware of any policy prottbiting thft fppiffff ft toft oat aid the would look into DK matter Rodeway in New Bnum fcfai were act remiicd A local person should be able to speodaweekendiaaNewBraunieb tos Bureau 1 am not awaie of any policy or where local citizens cannot dbecttrrftheNewBiaunfiisChanter of Commenx Convention and stay at any local fimChessid However an mfonnal survey of tea local showed that two of i die ten did not allow local dtizeni to one of which was Rode Todays Success Story Formyou3 Weight Loss Center See Page 3B ;