New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 12, 1996, Page 2

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 12, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 2 □ Herald-Zeitung □ Tuesday, November 12,1996 Parents, teachers rally to keep superintendent By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer In anticipation of Monday night’s board meeting to discuss Superintendent Charles Bradberry’s contract, about 25 parents, teachers and employees of the New Braunfels Independent School District rallied on the plaza Sunday afternoon to show their support for the top administrator. Bradberry, however, accepted a position late Monday with the Keller Independent School District near Fort Worth and will leave the New Braunfels district Dec. 31. The NBISD Board of Trustees met Monday night to discuss Bradberry’s employment and contract. “We felt we had to say something before the board meeting,” said Sylvia Taylor, who helped organize Bradberry Sunday’s event. “I’m hoping if it doesn’t sway (the trustees), they’ll at least stop and listen to us ..We need to be heard.” The group carried signs saying “Mr. Bradberry is No. I,” “Bradberry should stay” and “We want Bradberry for five more years.” “If they truly want what’s best for the district, they’ll work to keep Mr. Bradberry,” Memorial Primary School teacher Dayna Miller said. Members of the group hoped Sunday’s actions would both “raise the consciousness of the community” and encourage the board to “do whatever it takes to keep him.” “This district has been through enough turmoil,” said Chuck Faires, an NBISD parent and employee. “It needs a stabilizing force. I think he’s that force.” Obituaries Tutes Alvarez Carbajal Our beloved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother Tules Alvarez Carbajal was called home to heaven on Monday,November ll, 1996. She was bom April 7,1922, in Guadalupe County. She resided in New Braunfels for 73 years. She married Manuel Carbajal on September 12, 1947, in Toledo, Ohio, who preceded her in death on September 13, 1985. She was employed at various meat markets and catering services for most of her life here in New Braunfels. She was a member of The Holy Family Catholic Church and a member of the Union Funebre Padres de Familiares No. I of New Braunfels. She is survived by daughters and sons-in-law Guadalupe Carbajal & Jesse. Villalobos Sr., Leticia Benetiz, Mary & Pablo Paniagua, Alicia & Francisco Bayona; son and daughter-in-law Manuel and Esther Carbajal; sister and brother-in-law Aurora & Vence Salazar; brothers and sister-in-law Antonio Alvarez, and Gilberto & Louisa Alvarez; sister-in-law Bessie Alvarez; 16 grandchildren, four great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. A rosary will be recited 7:30 tonight at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral mass is scheduled for IO a.m. Wednesday at The Holy Family Catholic Church with Father Alberto Trevino, M.S.F., celebrant. Interment will follow in Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Cemetery. Visitation began Monday and continues until 9:30 a.m. Thursday when the procession departs the funeral home. From Page 1 obligation to help die district through its current period of difficulties, which include a sharply divided board and a student walkout at New Braunfels High School that followed the announcement by the school’s two top administrators that they had requested reassignment. But Bradberry said he realized he could not do that. Bradberry said he told principals that if an agreement was reached on a few points in his contract, he would take it. “That meeting (Monday night) really, from my perspective, didn’t have any impact at all,” Bradberry said. “I just wanted to make sure they would release mc ” Bradberry's future Some facts about Charles Bradberry's contact with the Keller Independent School District and the district, itself: m Bradberry’s 3 1/2-year contract takes effect Jan. 1. ■ The superintendent’s salary is $110,000, plus benefits. ■ Keller’s enrollment is roughly 12,500, and the district has two high schools. ■ The district is located in northeast Tarrant County with a good portion being north Fort Worth. Maine manufacturer acquires textile company in Seguin Brunswick Technologies Inc., a manufacturer of engineered composite reinforcement fabric based in Brunswick, Maine, announced that it has acquired Advanced Textiles Inc., formerly a Burlington Industries subsidiary. BTI will run facilities in Seguin and Maine with 30 manufacturing Clinics machines and about 120 employees. ATI will continue to operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of BTI, and Peter DeWalt will continue to serve as president of ATI. A BTI spokeswoman refused to comment on how the acquisition would affect the number of jobs at the Seguin plant. County mulls decision on Faust Street Bridge From Page 1 office manager Lee Davidson and medical assistant Genell McGrath, who will be transferred from the Sattler clinic. A nurse practitioner also will be on duty at the clinic. By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer Higher engineering costs and bid estimates have prompted the Comal County commieaioners to call a special meeting Wednesday to determine the fate of the Faust Street Bridge. The IO a.m. meeting will include New Braunfels officials, representatives from New Braunfels Utilities and apartment complexes near the bridge. The project calls for restoration of the large metal bridge that crosses the Guadalupe River and joins the mill area to a residential area. The bridge has been closed for years. Estimates originally set the cost for the project at $450,000. The county planned to pay $90,000 for the work with the remainder coming from a Texas Department of Transportation grant. New Braunfels would take over control of the bridge. But the engineering firm that did the preliminary designs and feasibility report revised the estimate to $570,000. TxDOT rejected the county’s application for a second grant to cover the expenses. “Knowing that now, we advised our consultant to get back to the basic project and bring it back within $450,000,” county engineer Tom Homseth said. “They did that. The county is proposing, or at least at this point looking at, proceeding into the design phase of the project” But Homseth said he wants the county commissioners to consider a few issues before they approve the project. Based on other projects involving TxDOT grant money, Homseth said the county has learned that it would be responsible for the entire cost of the project if the work is not completed. Homseth said he was unsuccessful in attempting to gain more flexibility for the county in the bidding process. “What I was trying to do was get bids in before acquiring other engineering costs,” the county engineer said. “But they wouldn’t be flexible. We're stuck with the rigid bidding constraints put out by TxDOT." Homseth also is concerned about the county’s contract with the city. The agreement allows the city to refuse to take over the bridge if the restoration does not meet the specifications of the contract. Homseth said some changes were •made to the preliminary design and feasibility study to bring it within budget, and the county wants to be sure it does not violate the agreement. “We wanted to make sure whatever restoration we did do would satisfy them so it would Hornseth said. 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Funeral mass is scheduled for IO FUNERAL HOME VtmfUi Boasting Vtobig Vemita “Nita” Boessling Viebig of New Braunfels passed away Saturday, Nov. 9,1996, at University Hospital in San Antonio at the age of 68 years. She was born Feb. 26, 1928, in Burton, Texas, to Henry Boessling and Bertha (Lentz) Boessling. She married Herman Viebig Jr. April 3, 1946, at Houston. Mrs. Viebig lived in New Braunfels for one year, and she was a framer resident of Houston. She was a retired cashier with the Spring Branch Independent School District after 18 years of employment. She is survived by beloved husband of 50 years, Herman Viebig Jr. of New Braunfels; children Wanda Coultas and husband Ed of Austin, Gail Raines and husband Lee of Sarasota, Fla., Rod Viebig and wife Gayla of Brenham, Texas; brothers Henry Boessling Jr. of New Braunfels, Sonny Boessling of New Braunfels; sister Betty Bayer of Houston, numerous nieces, nephews, family and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents and by two brothers, Leroy and Ervin Boessling. Graveside service was 11:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. ll, 1996, at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park with the Rev. Timothy Judkins officiating. Her grandchildren served as honorary pallbearers. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Heart Association. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home FREE Initial Consultation Are you a victim of pain or illness? In my 16 years of experience I’ve helped thousands of people enjoy life again. 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