New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 11, 1996, Page 2

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung December 11, 1996

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 11, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 2A g Herald-Zeitung □ Wednesday, December 11,1996 ,rt- _NBISD From Page 1A “They’ve got some growing pains,” Moseley said. “Board members always do when they come on a board .... Either way, the district will come out good. They’ve got good people.” In an executive session at Tuesday’s meeting, the board discussed the candidates further. “We continued the discussions,” board president Jaime Padilla said after the closed door session. “We narrowed it down .... It was real close because they were both so qualified.” However, trustees refused to release the name of their final candidate to interview on Saturday. Padilla said he specifically asked the trustees during Tuesday’s executive session what information he should give the media. “I made it a point to ask,” said Padilla. “They said we haven’t made a decision so there’s nothing to say.” As of press time Wednesday, neither Garza nor Moseley had been contacted about attending Saturday’s meeting. On Monday, the board also stated that the interim superintendent position did not fall under the superintendent provision in the open records act that calls for a 21 -day notification of finalists prior to any action. David Donaldson, an Austin attorney with the Freedom of Information Foundation of Texas, said the public is entitled to the name of any final candidate. He said if the board argues that the interim superintendent does not fall under the superintendent provision, the board would then have to act under the standard provisions for employment. “Those standard provisions say you’re entitled to the name of the applicants and any finalist,” Donaldson said. Donaldson added that final decisions are required to be made in public, and the narrowing down of the candidate field to one individual should not have taken place in executive session. “They’re not supposed to do that either,” Donaldson said. “They’re supposed to do that in an open meeting .... I would think that would be a final decision.” The finalist for the interim position will be asked to attend a meeting at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at the education center board room, 430 W. Mill St. for a final interview. Padilla said a contract would not be read/at that time, but the individual could begin meeting with Birdberry the following week to familiarize himself with the district.Kraft From Page 1A pull it out, but we do not anticipate that.” The board unanimously approved awarding a bid to Lawrich Construction Inc. out of Cibolo to remove the tank, and Curtis said the process will be monitored to make sure it means all environmental Herbicide 'guidelines. The removal is expected to cost $3,552, and the money will come from the district’s reserve funds. The board went on to discuss the awarding of bids for renovation of the building. Trustee Steve Weaver, who was elected in August, said he ran on the issue of fiscal responsibility , and he From Page 1A “Hopefully, (State Representative) Edmund Ruempel will see it as an necessity and as important as the commissioners to protect his constituents ... and the recreational and drinking water,” she said. Guadalupe County Commissioner Ed Springs, who brought up the resolution, said he supported it because he believes the proposed law Police Reports will bring more accountability to those who use aquatic herbicides. Springs, a chemistry teacher for 30 years, said there is the uncertainty of how many people bought Sonar by themselves and put it into the lake. “We don’t know very much about Sonar. We don’t know how much was put in their and what it does,” Springs said. “I am opposed to putting chemicals into the water I am going to drink." Reports Suspicious circumstances, found property, girls bicycle with banana seat, 1402 Seguin Ave . 7:38 am Burglary of non-habrtation. 575 Torrey St. 8:59 am, Torrey Place Apartments, lock pried eft door, pending inventory Theft, shoplifting, 719 Landa St., 9:27 a rn . Select Motor Company, tail gate and tail light assembly valued at $680. Criminal mischief. 575 Torrey St.. 9:27 a rn , passenger door window broken, no suspects or arrests. Theft, shoplifting, 219 San Antonio St.. 10 44 a rn. Harrassment , criminal mischief, 1109 Oasis St.. 11:36 a rn Theft, shoplifting, 635 Seguin Ave , 11 46 a m. Criminal mischief, 1109 Oasis St., 12 21 pm. damaged door and door jam. Assault, bodily injury. 830 Basel St., 4:55 pm. Theft, shoplifting. 1150 Business 35, 5:03 pm, RNO Sounds, internal theft, radio parts and equipment valued at $875. Assault, bodily injury, 1209 Interstate Ab WA, 11 08 p m Comal County Sheriffs Office Monday Arrest on public intoxication charge. Robert Aleman, 47, 923 Vance Jackson, San Antonio, arrest location: 19995 State Highway 46. Spring Branch Sunday Arrest on public intoxication charge, Melvin James Wells, 54, 8238 Lfuiston, San Antonio, arrest location: FM 1863 at Cibolo Creek ‘Warrant arrest, Matthew David White, 20, 6927 Forrest Grove, San Antonio, arrest location FM 2673 Sattler side of Y. Arrest on charge of unlawful carrying of weapon, Cheryl Durham Gunter, 38, 261 Guenther Ranch Road, arrest location: FM 306 and Hancock Road. 357 caliber Smith & Wesson 66 silver with black handle handgun and six bullets in tan leather case Theft, misdemeanor, 1431 Shannon Lee, Canyon Lake, construction site, stolen property: meter loop valued at $400. no arrests Notice of Non-Discriminatory Policy It is the policy and practice of New Braunfels Christian Academy 995 Mission Hills, in the admission of students or the hiring of employees not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national or ethnic origin. Help Us Play Santa To 200 Needy Families This Yearl By Contributing To Tho Horald-Zoitung CHEM PUND We accept coritributions at our offices at 707Landa Street. Please make checks payable to the Herald-Zeitung Cheer Rind. Names of the contributors will be published daily. Arrangements for pick up of donated items can be made by contacting . Circulation Director Carol Ann Avery, 625-9144, ext. 228. does not have enough information on this project yet to approve the expenditure of more funds. He said he wanted to postpone approving any renovations until the board had a complete list of bid proposals, written plans for the building’s use, and a written intent from the alternative school to contract space in the building. ObituariesWilbum H. Albrecht Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels for Wilburn H. Albrecht, who died at New Braunfels, Texas, on Dec. IO, 1996, at the age of 62 years. Doeppenschmidt Funeral HomeDr. Joseph H. doff Dr. Joseph H. Goff, Lt. Col. U.S. Air Force retired, died Tuesday, Dec. IO, 1996, at his residence at Canyon Lake, Texas, at the age of 64 years. Funeral service is 11:30 arn. Friday, Dec. 13, 1996, at Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church with Msgr. Edward Bily officiating. Burial will be at the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. Visitation will begin at 11 a.m. Thursday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels. A rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Thursday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels. Memorial donations may be given to the Building Fund at Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church or to Hospice New Braunfels. Doeppenschmidt Funeral HomeTed Cooper Ted Cooper, age 73, of New Braunfels, died Sunday, Dec. 8, 1996, in San Antonio. He was bom July 19, 1923, in Snyder, Texas, to Lee Cooper and Daisy Howell Cooper. He married Lennie Crabb on May 22, 1946, in San Antonio, Texas. He was a veteran of the United States Navy, having served during World War ll. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Abeline, Texas, and the Union Local No. 116 in Fort Worth. Mr. Cooper was an electrician before his retirement. Survivors are his wife, Lennie Cooper; sons and daughter-in-law Howell Lee and Jolyn Cooper of Canyon Lake; brothers Joe Cooper of Southlake; George Cooper of Mesquite; sisters Winner Dieken of Cleburne, Helen Boyd of La Mesa, Vivian Shinanek of Arlington; grandchildren Shawn Aaron Cooper and his wife Amy, Mark Anthony Cooper and his wife Amy; great-granddaughter Reagan Cooper, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services are Thursday, Dec. 12, at 9:30 arn. at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel with Elders H.M. Lilleux and Mattie Otts officiating. Interment will follow in the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. Visitation begins after 5:30 p.m. Wednesday and continues until service time. Memorials may be made to Hospice New Braunfels. Zacatecas, Mexico, to Juan Luna and Gregoria Enriqeuz Luna. He was employed with the county before his retirement and was a member of the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Survivors are brother and sister-in-law Fidencio and Isabel Luna; sisters Dolores Sanchez, Paula and Alejandro Aleman, (Catalina and Tomas Ortiz, all of New Braunfels; uncle, Santos Luna; aunt, Felipa Luna, and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by a sister, Emilia Luna, and a brother, Pasqual Luna. A rosary was recited at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday evening at the Zoeller Chapel. Funeral mass is scheduled for 3 p.m. today, Wednesday, Dec. 11, at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with Rev. Richard Oberstar, M.S.F., celebrant. Interment to follow in the Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Cemetery. Departure from the funeral home is scheduled for 2:30 p.m. Pallbearers are Juan Sanchez, Juan Ortiz, Jesse Luna, Pablo Luna, Joe Hernandez and Urbano Garza. Valier^ jLSsfuneral ho FUNERAL HOME FUNERAL HOMEAnselmo Enrfqutz Luna Mr. Anselmo Enriquez Luna, age 78, of New Braunfels, died Monday, Dec. 9, 1996, at Kirkwood Manor Nursing Home. He was bom April 22, 1918, in Concepcion del Oro, 1-35 Have you given to the United Way? From Page 1A jects statewide. The recommendation separates the project into three phases. ■ Solms Road to South Loop 337 for fiscal year 1998, $1 Ll million. ■ South Loop 337 to Walnut Street for fiscal year 1999, $28.2 million. ■ Walnut Street to one eighth of a mile south of Highway 46 for fiscal year 2000, $22.5 million. property Polaris ATV and two gun racks, total value of $5,690, no arrests. Arrest on charge of possession of a controlled substance. Rolando Rodriguez Ruiz. 24. 2502 South Border. Westlaco, arrest location: Interstate 35 at 195 mile marker, cocaine in iwo-toided-up $1 tuns 8    ■:*’    rn    1    i.    f Theft, misdemeanor, SAC N PAC convenience store, 10390 FM 2673, Canyon Lake, stolen property 21 gallons of gasoline valued at $27, witness information green/brown chevrolet no arrests Warrant arrest. Brandon Lee Watts. 18. 1070 Leisure Run, Canyon Lake Warrant arrest, Heather Elizabeth Lundy. 30, 151 Old Kyle Road. Wimberly, arrest location FM 32 Road. Fischer Thursday Burglary of vehicle. 1279 Canyon Shores, Canyon Lake, silver Ford with license plate number: 124ZMM. no arrests Criminal trespass. 235 Family Circle, Fischer, no arrests Unauthorized useof a motor vehicle, theft, 4594 U S Highway 281, Spring Ranch, cutting instrument used, stolen © CIRCLE C MARKETING \ I ti 11 Seta ii i» Internet ( (insult in;; ( oinpaiix We provide Web ft graphics design, Internet advertising, computer hosed training and o number of other support services. For more information, Coll 629-1567 or Toll Fro# 1-886-629*1573 JAKS BOURBONS/BLEND! Wild Turkey I OI*    $29.59 Ezra Brooks 80’    17.09 W.L. Weller 80’    23.29 Seagrams VO 80’    20.29 Canadian Mist 80*    13.49 Canadian Club 80*    17.89 J! i! SCOTCH i Dewars 80* $31.49 I. 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: December 11, 1996

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