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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 22, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas NB teams in showdown with Billies today, Page 7 New Braunfels VIV Vol 134 No 248 Tuesday December 22. "987 25 Cents One Section IO Pages Stammitech New Braunfels I tintlh*' Nev. BraunN-S F ire Department Nca Braunfels Public Works department and the New Braunfels Parks and Bet reaturn department an* sponsor inns a Christmas Tree Recycling Project From Des iii through Jan 4 (Tin st nuts trees will tie ac * epted at a designated area in Lan da Park The dis* ar<led Christmas ire*-- Ails then ta* concerted into mulch by New Braunfels I Dillies to t*- us**d in city parks instead ot ?ak mg ap valuable ian*l(ill spate Herb Schneider sr made th** r«s y*. ling suggestion to IN* cit> manager last January and the * ny has planned to implement hts idea sin* e that time * ight * .r ti* * * I Store partners throughout New r a un (els a .ll tx* identifv tug two •ell families or * are * ent«*rs in a* store x area ars! will make th gulays brighter to delivering ti .min. Baas HK B store dire* tor The people ah* work at th*- st*■ od an.• really know their ■igj.t« 'fii«»i Alii mo*-* t th** ut.dies m tfrt* urodu* t> ’fleer supporting th** food ut ti lex as we left that It * eiisus Bureau Alit revisit -elected area households tieginning Jan 4 I** . olui t its surxey of Income arui Program Parti!apa!urn SIPP I* a major nationwide toot! titling sura et introduced in (tie tau of Iwk lf is our of (hr nation s largest In hi si iii u<j surveys with at mot J    f 1***1 Si*fMuds par tic ip^tirvgt lh*' < ensue Bureau publishes ^ Ti od u reports providing untorma tam (mm the -urxev sub ax is overed include the follow mg Jot * and earnings tbeevonomk effect* of unrrnpluy merit di-ahi tty and retirement flow laves affix t per ■amal si a-t»i mg parti* ipation in pro grams sn* h as s*» tai Security Moll* are Nte*lu aid and food stamps hc'R-tv WeM MClSTWAS ?AV lr A. WOs' -(ERE iUK cj' i*. $ se . 2 shopping days to Christmas I us* uMinabtv warm •t ii .»■ .it .i»< ii -'an for .ii.'! In!!.ti! It.A With a high t-vjH-t it-< I tort ach ta. dropping to ii tonight when the tug and the clouds return I- og A ill gi fi t you again tomorrow morning but will burn off to allow an afternoon high of Ta w 1B1 partly cloudy skit*? The Menu Cl ASSURD 8 IO COMICS 6 CROSSWORD 3 OUR ABBY 4 HOROSCOPl 4 SPORTS I 8 TV LISTINGS 5 WI ATHER Customers tackle/ hold armed suspect s\N \N I t INB i \P    Bank customers tackled arui field a man carrying two handguns and two grenades after a rot*tx*r\ attempt hading the man until (M»iue arrivisl They did some job patrol sgt I* It lion/.lies said about the bank customers I would call them heroes This man was loaded to the gills He had two loaded pistols .md two grenades R Dodge Frederick assistant FBI agent in charge said the hi’ veal old man would fie taken before a magistrate today and charged with hank robbery \ut bori ties said the man walked in to a san Antonio Savings Association branch office about I p rn Monday, handed a feller a note ami then tied with a bag of money But Isidro Negrete and Albert I amarillo jumped tile man and pion ed him to the front seat of a pickup truck parked outside of the thrift The men knew the suspect w as * ar mug a ^caliber handgun and a ill caiilier revolver bul they did not know ath>uI the two grenades tinman had in his shirt pockets lf I d have known about that stuft I would have let turn go said Camarillo Holy smoke Richardson announces , CISD allowing more grade points for students in challenging classes 8 . SAK AH DUK E Stao Ante** The Comal -<houi district s hoard of tiuster' acted Monday to * t-i^.ge high school grading ppvedures allowing stu»l«*nt' in more chalieng mg classes to ram more grade points than ’hose in other classes The whole point ot this is that Alien we recognize students during graduation they would tx* those students wfio have opted for a more riff ic ult *urru*uium throughout their four years in high school caid Cared Hall • ISP s curriculum director TIk .hang* in cass ranking pro .injures will become etftxtive with next tall s freshman class I rider the n«*A system student? taking adv anc «*d placement classes or college level lasses iHim earn a maximum eight grade points I his way the students who take the more challenging curriculum will tie given more recognition Hail said Right now a student who takes four years of an easier course could make higher points than a stu dent w tv** takes tour years of a harder course Mali said parents Acre concerned that stud«*ht> taking more difficult classes lie rewarded accordingly through the gi admg process i ither school district officials have said in the past that under the ex isting ranking system stu*lents taking elect Ives and vocational courses This way the students who take the more chaMenci mg curriculum will be given more recognition. Right now a student who takes four years of an easier course could make higher points than a student who takes tour years of a harder course." Carol Hall Curriculum Director could easily wind up at the top ol their graduating classes while other students taking more academically challenging courses such as calculus physics and honors F.nghsh have lower grad** averages I mler the new grading system a student could earn as much as seven points in an honor* class six points in a class designate*! as academics live points in a regular class arni tour points in a basic class c urrent Iv students earning top scores in each class are awarded th** same number of points In the same action during Mon day > meeting the school board changed requirements tor students to tx* on honor rolls The change would allow more students to lie recognized Als*} the t*oard approved a change that would allow all graduating seniors with grade averages of **» or more to be recognized during graduation Hall -aid th** change would allow about ( a ice as many students to be recognized Board president Leroy Woodson said he t> pleased about the change adding that he is always glad to see students recognized for academe achievement Ais*) during Monday s meeting th* tioard approved an audit report of th** Ion*, HT school year No procedural problems were discovered in the audit superintendent Bill Brown said the school district still needs to make some improvements in its records system But we re BM) percent bet ter than this district ever has been he said The superintendent added that th* district e\ entuatly will need a central warehouse to store supplies and equipment In the interim he said the district will use the cafeteria ot the old ('anyon Middle School as a make shift storage area We re going to need to build a warehouse before too long We re just getting too big to do our buying salesman to salesman We re work mg tow ard that goal hi* said In other business the Imard amended policy regarding public comments during board meetings See POINTS Page 7 Smoke pouring from Sts peter and Pau* Catholic Ch irch Pell tower this morning was «. .ugh for parser shy to sound the a arms, But a4tP' * rehghters arrived * was realized that the smoke was a tuatiy steam re eaS6d from the chuvh $ 'arge ... -•->■* /, *-    *-    j    £'oAr. 3 v3'.»? - ire chi-1315 S3*J no irater was released as a *esu I of the *auity valve and no damage was '♦*1 rte J A ; fuel!*- heat-ng ar J a * ;on■;« Toner contractor '*"ad** te’’H c 'as repairs ort *'»-•' to ", parts an Pe ‘istahedCompany recognizes Mooney for service AR* ** re’ <te* Mur lei Mooney may poi ale headquarter'' in I JU Angeles be Bk* only perxwi ti Now Braunfels nx<*ntly tlw *>7 year old Texan who who personally benefits from most of retire*! as an executive secretary in the HS tai service- offeree! ti th** tmx after -4 years *»f service with community    AR* ti    received a - lock from Til But a- one of    th*- town s leading    tarn -    and a grant ot %l jut) to b** community volunteer workers -Im- presented in ber name to the com derives her tenet its from givmg riot miinity nonprofit group of ber receiving    choice    Mooney elected to divide the Mo*atev who was tax «-nt!y fn»nor*xi award tjetw«x*n fix* New Braunfels bv AK* *> as th* sre. ipi* ?:’ of th** Hospice and th** t ommunity Service company s prest I giou- Chairmans tenter Award tor outstand mg community    But Muriel and her husband are not -« rn.** voluntix-rx her time and s*-r    resting on their laurels They ll In* vices as <kx*s her husband Jilt to back touring the Bk a! nursing many of Bk* mu tai service groups in homes hospital m IkmiIs and Mental town V sjxx tai dinner a* VIr    See    SERVICE Page JMinor accidentComal ISD collections up slightly atyearend W hile current collections art* up on ly slightly compared to last year Comal school district officials expect a flood ot last minute tax payments before the end of ’he year KW Neuse (ISDN tax assessor collector told school trustees Monday tax pas merits have been up during the last week and he expect that trend to continue for a while A 1978 Chevrolet pickup driven by James Cap* pelmann of Marion and a 1985 Mercury Capri driven by Joel Vaiedez ot New Braunfels collided in the intersection of Walnut and San Antonio streets this morning Valedez’ 10-month- old twin sons Joseph and Jerome and his wife were transported to McKenna Memorial Hospital with minor injuries No charges were filed (Photo by Deryl Clark) since last Thursday and th** mail f been real heavy We expect it to st heavy for a few weeks and then sic off Neuse sa id ‘Things took goo* The lax collector added that I school district is ahead in current * lections compared to the same ti last year Collections look UH when coupled with an increase SIH oui) in deiiquent tax collect ii over last year CIS!) collected 140.303 in de quent taxes during No\emU*r, mg trig Bk* lf##? total to im JIM Cl had collected *1*mj MHI by the end November in I Wk. candidacy as Republican By DAVID MAY Staff Writer Running on the theme ‘‘The Record Speaks former Department of Public Safety trooper and present Comal County Sheriff s Lt Bob Richardson announced his intentions to seek the Republican nomination for sheriff in March - primary Richardson tossed his hat in the ring Monday afternoon during a rn option at th** Civic C enter A petition containing the needed number of signatures to file for office has rwx*n prepared said his wife Carole The petition 1- ex pet ted to tx* preM*nied to county Republican Chairman Robbie Borchers this WIXK Richardson has been in law en force men* since U» when he became .1 re* rui‘ for the Texas Highway I‘.**r* 1 and graduated from th** I>epartm**nt of Public safety academy He anil hi? wife moved to New BraunSei- in « After 'ii years w *h DPS Ha hat dson retired .n WH He was then employed ny sheriff w .liter Fevers n . *k) a- a deputy in the department s warrant division He took over the department in May of this year following the -H-rement of Id Kent Newman I would like to take this occassion to thank Sheriff Fellers for his lo years of faithful service to Comal County Richardson said With advanced certification in ‘ Law Fnforcement Officer Standards and Education Richardson in 19K8 finished first runner up after being interviewed by a presidential committee for the job of I s Marshal for the Western District of Texas With his law enforcement background Richardson vowed lf elected to join forces with other agen-11 es both lot ady and on ‘he slat** and national levels t< enhance law enforcement for th** citizens 01 Comal County The till I* f sheriff •< ic he? more citizens than any other elected office said Richardson I challenge you as responsible voters to examine See CANDIDATE Page? Bob Richardson ;