New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 17, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
Herald-Z«/fun0, New Braunfels, Texas
Wednesday, July 17, 1991
Canyon Lake outflow...........................296 (up 13)
Canyon Laka Inflow..........................111 (down 2)
Canyon Laka laval.....................904.68 (down .06)
Comal River............................................254 (same)
Edwards Aquifer....................... 624.57 (down .06)
South Texas forecasts
TODAY-THURSDAY: Partly cloudy through Thursday with widely scattered mostly afternoon and early evening showers or thunderstorms mainly Southeast Texas
and coastal plains. Continued hot days. Highs Thursday in the 90s to near IOO Rio Grande plains. Lows tonight in the 60s north and in the 70s elsewhere except low 80s coastal plains.
Graveside services for Fritz Lutch-emeier, 78, of New Braunfels will be at IO a.m. Friday at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Officiating will be Dr. Friedrich Rest.
Mr. Lutchemeier died July 16, 1991, at his home. He was bom Dec. 26, 1912, in Schlangen, Germany, to August and Martha Koch Lutchemeier. He married the former Gertrud Lehnert Dec. 21,1938, in Germany.
He had been a New Braunfels resident since 1973. He was a Protestant and a retired mechanical and research engineer for Kaiser Aluminum. He served with the German Army during World War II.
Survivors include his wife, Gertrud Lutchemeier of New Braunfels, and a sister, Martha Lutchemeier Klang of Germany.
There will be no public visitation.
Arrangements are with Docppcnsc-hmidi Funeral Home.
Mildred L. Scholl
Mildred L. Scholl, 59, of New Braunfels died July 13, 1991, at McKenna Memorial Hospital. Private family services will be conducted at a later date.
Mrs. Scholl was bom Oct. 29, 1931, in Washington, Pa., to James and Anna McMurphy Hart. She married Karl Scholl in New Braunfels Dec. 7,1983.
She was a homemaker and a Catholic.
Survivors include her husband, Karl Scholl of New Braunfels; her mother, Anna Hart of Pennsylvania; three daughters. Mary Farley and Elizabeth Garrett of Canyon Lake and Brenda Orum of Pennsylvania; a stepdaughter, Nancy Scholl of Dallas; six sons. Sammy Stanley and David Stanley of Ronda, Terry Stanley of Bellville, Texas, Jimmy Stanley and Kenneth Hart of Florida, and Rick Garrett of Pennsylvania; three sisters, three brothers and 15 grandchildren.
Arrangements are with Zoeller Funeral Home.
Funeral services of Hilmar Schlather, 80, of New Braunfels will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at Zoeller Funeral Home,
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“I get more contacts on the student insurance (from parents) than all the other put together," said Lonnie Curtis, assistant superintendent for finance.
Also, on Curtis' recommendation the board chose to stay with Texas Commerce Bank for its depository contracts.
"It's really hard to choose between two excellent banks with such close bids," Curtis Hid. The other bank submitting a bidAvas Victoria Bank and Trust.
The deciding factor was that the district’s funds were already at Texas
Commerce Bank. The cost of switching institutions swayed the board to TCB.
"I would have two people tied up for the better part of two days (in changing banks)," Curtis said.
The at-risk proposal for the pilot project at Carl Schurz Elementary was approved after the board was assured that the program was being implemented at no additional cost.
"I'm all for doing something like this if it's at no additional cost," Trustee Margie Rabom said. "In these tough budget times we can't be starting programs that will cost us down the road."
"The beautiful part is that there are
no strings attached with 3M, AAM, TEA or anything," said Trustee Dick Robinett. 3M Corporation and TEA are providing support for the program while Texas AAM will be providing evaluation of the program.
Lonnie Curtis' report on the July investment schedule showed the "lowest amount of money I've had any year."
The low totals are due to the delay in collection of taxes caused by the County Education District situation.
"We won’t have as much money next year because there’s not as much money to invest this summer," he said. "Usually I'm able to generate an additional $50,000 over the summer."
Curtis suggested a quick start on the budget to "get things moving" as soon after the August IO election as possible.
Tm willing to meet Sunday, Aug. 11 — I’ll go to early church that day," trustee Jean Ward said. "I hate to borrow money."
"Once you borrow money — you continue to borrow money," Robinett said.
The district may need to borrow money to finance the early part of the school year due to the delay in tax
Trustee Nayo Zamora was absent from the meeting.
with burial following at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Officiating will be the Rev. Ron Walter.
Mr. Schlather died July 16,1991, at Oak Crest Inn Convalescent Center. He was bom Oct. 1,1910, in Bulverde to Alfred and Emma Ludwig Schlather. He married the former Eteska Heimer June 22, 1937, in New Braunfels.
He was a lifelong resident of Comal County and had worked as a clerk in a hardware store. He was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church and the American Legion. He served in the military during World War II.
Survivors include his wife, Eteska Schlather of New Braunfels; three sons, Wilfred Schlather and wife Marietta, Gary Schlather and wife Linda, and Rodney Schlather and wife Debra, all of New Braunfels; two sisters, Ella Sccwald of Helotes and Vera Mac Vogel of New Braunfels; two brothers, Walter Schlather and James Schlather, both of New Braunfels; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
Memorials may be directed to St. Paul Lutheran Church.
Jacob Dean Knight
Graveside services for Jacob Dean Knight, 4, of New Braunfels will be at Cranes Mill Cemetery at Canyon Lake with the Rev. Don Sommcrvillc officiating.
Jacob died July 15, 1991. He was bom Aug. 23,1986, in Houma, La., to Terry Lee Knight and Julie Ann Morton Knight.
Survivors include his parents. Terry and Julie Knight of New Braunfels; grandparents, Ronald and Beverly Morton of Lawrenceville, Ga.; great-grandparents, Waymond and Leona Patrick and Howard and Martha Mor; ton, all of Decatur, Ind.; a half-sister, Jennifer Lynn Monon of Jacksonville, Ra.; a brother, Caleb Gene Knight of New Braunfels; and several aunts and uncles.
Visitation continues until 9 p.m. today and from 9 a.m. to IO a.m. Thursday at Docppcnschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake.
Memorials may be directed to a fund established at First Gibraltar and Victoria Bank and Trust.
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Previously, the city negotiated individual rental rates with lessees ranging up to 6 cents per square foot annually.
During the meeting last Monday, Council Member Rudy Seidel said he supported charging all lessees the same amount, but that he didn't understand why the new rate had to be so low.
"One of our ideas when we discussed this was to come down and possibly make it more viable and get new clientele out there," Council Member Loraine Kraft said. "This way we might get more people interested in using the airport."
Council Member Paul Fraser asked if sublessees, such as EGI which leases from New Braunfels Aero Service, will also see lower rental rates. City Manager Paul Grohman said the city is not involved in subleases in any way.
The new rental rate becomes effective on the next anniversary date of the established leases.
New Braunfels Aero Service will begin paying $10,210 per year on Sept. I, down slightly from the current $10,275. Brauntex will pay $3,468 per year beginning Oct. 14, down from the current $17,940. BAH will pay $1,006 annually effective January 1992, compared with the current $3,472. Ventura presently pays $4,500 per year, but that will be lowered to $1,740 beginning Oct. 15.
Lease revenue goes into the city’s airport fund, which has built up to about $450,000. This money can only be spent for aviation-related purposes. Assistant City Manager Hector Tamayo said.
Rental rates will be reviewed every five years and adjusted accordingly, subject to a 25 percent cap over the precedingTivfc^car period.
The move also puts the city in compliance with new Federal Aviation Administration requirements that cities set rental rates without negotiation. Tamayo said.
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