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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 20, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Unicorn, Cougar volleyballers win openers, Page 7 New Braunfels Thursday August 20.1987 25 Cents Vol 134 No 161 New Braunfels Herald Publishing 707 Lancia St Texas 78130 (LISPS 377 800) One Section 12 Pages I hr third tmu* " charmed Well, ur hop** no Atter twice Dung rained (tut tin1 Second Annual Cops & Hob lx*rs Softball Tournament will rope it will happen Ix'ginning at 9 a rn Saturday Xviii 29 The fly in t»v a Huey gunship helicopter has (teen scrubbed t»ut not to worry tie* ause th* folks sponsoring the event to in* tref it Comal County Emergency Children s Shelter have ut ti amel) the services of the rex as Guard uitosc memtiers will show up uith an armored battle tank Anyone who purchased one or more of the $1 tit kets sold ‘or th* two pros .'U - . a hod uteri but rained "Ui events » an get in with tikis** ta Wets It s**v* haven t Is ugh' a ticket v«>u < an get one at ll K H store Buy Kor la ss market Fat s Flaee Ne* Braunfels Police Department and Bit I Apartment of Pubis* safety on Hi - in New Brauntels DFS I moper Jim sfH*.t came bv to Uh/ info urn! cot.*ret* vt member ut our staff to participate in th** dunking txxith which on** ut us will do Their Ails tx* a baru ti of .md soli drinks games etc DkayCROP walk planned here New Braunfels**!** have funned committee that hopes much ut which is teddies* to strer gt heiling local par ie rats** funds to augment a world wide fight against * ‘r ation in th* e bt sg.u »st ? irane-term problen f vmger    Moving and self help Fam.ih t ealth food production ( tic it* ss a scan,.'itll prole*' of ( hurt ti World *er\ices a w id el resource cli* vet1® n ie n t cg)? .lining tools aiCROP committee Closed session called Councilmen say city manager is due evaluation ne New Brauna- s Comal County CROP Com tee includes co chair ma sir man Gar * J E Thr nt Pete Rod Wet s treas re? ire Bill Sm fh cor* » *- -4 I l^i-L C # ii » A , # r it picturedFiesta Mexicans Historica Dm Xmlieas Pape aint Fault fie K applet nan 'anniv reunion w iii tx field \u, 23 with registration begin tong at it a in and iun*it tx ginning at I. lo p rn at ‘ti* senior < it urns t enter at 142 I omal k a* h family is to pf (iv i i*' a meat dish and a vegetable or a dessert Bring « i v tng spoons too amt drinks Tea and <•!!**« will he sea v e-i Die v amal v ount v sheriff S Foss* a ii! has e it s I ego!ar * Md Tinier at if a* Sheriff Fosse Arena or xtonungsidt Ikriv* Saturdav at h p rn I lie |h>s>*> had earlier planned an * 'i t I liner Boden in May Du! Ilia? was i anceiit*il ,ds<i letnusi' of i un and wet grounds Calvin Kraft fade*! chairman said there will be rid admission to th** grounds aud seats ItMHI and drinks will tx* available on the grounds sin k alaund after Ult* rodeo and ll ten tit itie lance music Xbtsllv cloudy mornings can la* dei eiv mg because those clouds will clear and it will univ get hot again iii the after noon Highs are e\|H*i ted Iii remain in the uppei 9*i& with south winds at about IO rupti 'I emp**i atuies during the evenings which will In* (air will drop to the mid Tus and winds on I i iduv w ill In* Mom tin* aiutti south**.ist at afloat lo mph The Menu CLASSI! DD COMICS CROSSWORD DEAR ABBY KALEIDOSCOPE SCRAPBOOK SPORIS WEAIHER 9 ll 8 3 4 4 6 7 2 8, DAVID MAY Staff Writer ( tty Council members will review and evaluate the performance of the city manager in an executive session preceding Monday's regular council agenda The review of City Manager Joe Michie s performance was requested this we»k bv several council members in light of recent allegations and improprieties in the Public Works department that has so far resulted in the resignation of the department head and administrative leaves of absence for two employees We had planned on doing that evaluation later in the vear but on the basi> of some of the problems recent Iv with the publu works department vve thought we should go ahead with it now said Mayor George Krben todav Michie s performance evaluation would tie the third such review this year by council Council gave Michie his annual evaluation in January at which time council which included former members Barbara Tieken and Max Winkler fully supported Michie s administration Council met with Michie in closed session in May to disc uss several con troversial letter*' of understanding signed bv former Mayors Tieken and present District J councilman Kd Sciantarelii Michie at that time said he considered those documents which spelled out the city manager s salary expense allowances and severance pay void and said he would not seek such letters in the future Council took no direct action at that time See COUNCIL. Paqe 2 Otterpohl pleads guilty, draws IO years probation \ < .tmal County man arrested in February on an organized crime indictment rendered in lad.dupe County was sentenced !«» I") years in ‘he Texas Depart ut* nt tleadu uesdi Dom Corrections after gu. tv to the charge Bill Vmierson 27 of lb (UU* 12 Box 112s pleaded in >uadalupe County State District oui", along with Benjamin Faze *■» of san Antonio Faze also receive*! a I year prison term on the organized crime charge Anderson was arrested at hi> home following his February in (I ? merit on a charge that he par t impaled .n a large illegal am pf'.et a mine manufacturing laboratory operation in * ■ uadalupe County Xnderson w as one of at least lo persons arrested in connection with th** methamphetamine manufacturing operation follow mg a two year investigation by Texas Department of Public ">ate tv narcotics officers and Guadalupe County sheriff s investigators A Canyon Lake man pleaded guilty Wednesday to charges of at •erupted murder and received a lo year probated sentence in addition to JO day s jail and restitution Thomas William otterpohl. JO. of Boule 7 Box 622K pleaded r**tore Judge Charles Kamsay in the 22nd State District Court Barnsay ordered Otterpohl to serve Jo days in county jail on a work release program where he will tx* confined on weekends He was also ordered to pay slightly more than S17 UUU in restitution charges to the victim otterpohl is the father of Tanya Otterpohl 14 ut Saltier who was stabbed to death last September Her murder has not been solved after a suspect in that case was no billed by a grand jury and turned over to Immigration and Naturalization service authorities tor deportation to Mexico See COURTS, Page 2 CISD expects tax hike for 1987-88 Comal ISI) officials expect a tax hike tor the coming year to help oft set a drastic cut in stale funds Abel * ampos CISD business manger said Tuesday that even with an anticipated 6 percent attendance. tile school district likely will have a dee re a se in state dollars Campos estimated the school district will receive $225,437 less rn state aid than it did last year He said that considering the district has utjout 14 new students the district will tx* receiving atiout $787,000 less than it would have under last year s f IgUIes District officials said enrollment is expected to !>** about 5,000 students when school starts in the district statewide values went down but locally they went up.” Campos said 'Since in our case values went up and they went dow n statewide we re expected to pick up more of the load ’ The CISD problems are the same as those of the New Braunfels school district New Brauntels ISI) approv ed a 7 95 percent tax increase* earlier this summer to cover the increased loc al fund assignment CIS!) Superintendent Bill Brown said the district, which otters a 30 percent homestead exemption, has a large amount of property with agricultural exemptions The cer titled land value in CISD increased by $40 million during the last year • The bottom line is our values went up but that s not going to help us That $40 million is not going to generate additional dollars.” Campos said We do anticipate a tax increase but we haven t decided how much it will be I anticipate an increase because of a decrease in state aid and an increase in the local fund assign ment " the business manager said Since CISD is considered to be rich I’m sure we will have to bear the brunt of whatever the stale decides.” The school district's budget during the 198*. 87 budget year about Sib 7 million Campos said that figure will have to be higher for the coming year It s going to have to go up because of teachers salaries Bight now we re paying state base and we’re going to have to go up,” he said Although a budget for the coming fiscal year has not been drafted CISD will hold a budget hearing at 7 30 pm Monday at Frazier F, lenient ary school The hearing will be open to the public to allow CiSD’s elected officials to receive public in put Brown said the district's administrative offices have been flooded with people trying to enroll their See CISD Paqe 2taking place this weekend ITH* Mc va.rn \meru an Heritage svidv i* hosting its •tx :<\ ? .’tim*. I it >1,1 Mexic iii.i Hi-tot na this weekend .it th* New Braunfels * iv a * enter x.tiui la*    e:Jett,unmeut will tegin with .t dante by I eh\ Soliz and hi*» ♦ *t« bestra it urn K in p m to 12 SU j ii, Aith Blanc a Santos of KMdl, SA as mistress of Queen Clarissa * i ai cia will tx* crowned alout to p iii !■-, M itor ieorg* Krf**?> Fruit *•*"> Darien** Ko*ti iquc. vc JI tx* crowned bv Mayor Fro Tem Hanson Chapa Ji and du< hex- MellS'.i XChlTe Will tx < fawned bv loin i*U! dun. eve* utjve cue president of * treater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerc e * 'n sunday Iii* (loot s will open at )2 >" p rn and 'la •• will ta* free admission to the Heritage Fxhibit Mat latin * af denas will provide music, along with Host* v law Mile hat bos I* .xx! and beverage txxith'* ait* pf ( \ :d»*d bv Maly I'.anagua and meiutiers ot the * oui p.tniu de I bm/a i olktorh a and Drat tela Garcia and members of La Mujer ft* J ana Vt I Malta U>utsa * a ma clio ti** I Alp**/ will present a style show of Mexican r* glottal dress modeled by IIM" til V:llIII I 11* I' (S- Ballet I aikinite o I til until aud * oitipaiua dc* Dan/ a Folkloric a will present dancing and at 7 p rn lox Her manos L arras will play for a dance that will last until ii p in Dan Garcia ut KMDL ! \ is master of eel enmities Saturday Heritage exhibit history includes Wk al items ami stoner jixtut die* history ut Mexic an Americans in Com at t aunty Daniel * ampos pu tut tnt was born in .Mexico cat \|>tti 2«» I9i-i and came with his parents Felix Campos and Juanita Dev mu Campos to *‘astrovtlIe on May ti, 190» From 192t> to lu >. fu lived tit Seguin where he was a minister fur Jerusalem church (or several years before coining to New Brauntels *»n May H 1955 bt* started lgl«*sia Santa Fentecostes I* Jerusalem on th** corner of lax* str**et and Flum Street winch is still at the same location When he was young * ampos worked tor Charles Tmimermann on his farm for alxiut six years and rememU*! s win king on the tar ms ut Arnold Link in Se guin and Cabio Alves iii Geronimo planting crops and po king cotton He married Hefugia Barrera ( ampos m 1920 in Tyler They had no children and sin* is deceased Campos married Josefa Salomon Campos in 1927 in Seguin and they had two children Juanita Campos Correa and Believe a ( ampos Gonzales Juanita also is deceased Campos then married Kulalia Id ias Campos in 1936 iii Seguin and they had eight children Fsthei C san chez. David Campos Ksmerelda C Medina Klisa Cain pus Ortiz (deceased Kspera/aC Lug*). Daniel Cam pus Jr Domingo Campos. Kulalia C Leal and Marcos Campos All were born iii Seguin Kulalia is deceased ( ampos married his present wit** Maria Bencomo ( ampos in 1957 iii Seguin and they raised Sylvia Gutier re/ a granddaughter 8 30 p m I? 30 a m Saturday Dance at New Braunfels Civic Center IO p m Saturdav Queen Clarissa Garcia and her court will be crowned 12:30 pm Sunday Free admission to Heritage Exhibit. Mariachi Cardenas and Rosie v Los Muchachos entertain. Food and beverage booths 3:15 p rn.: Style show I p m : dancmq by Ballet Folklorico In tan111 and Compania de Danza Folklor ica E veiling Los Her manos Kanas dance until 11 p.m. Daniel Campos ;