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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 19, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels A 4M4. W flit tar ^ Vol. 139, No 152 Serving NEW BRAUNFELS and COMAL COUNTY / Home of Ronald Mevttt Wednesday June 19, 199f 25 Cents Tv*o Sections '8 stammtisch NBISD selects CED membersBest wishes The New Braunfels Herald /silunn wishes "happy birthday” Unlay to Ruben Martinez, Pearly Sowell, Tony Arevalo, Alixia Hanipc, Cathy Ann Offerman, Mary Margaret Anderson, Haul Chapa Jr., Jason Arnold Feltncr, Jo Ann Vela, Ruben Monsivaias, Frank Fsquibcl, Mary Ann Hum mel, Nichole Merchant, Rene Mor ales, Crislmc Hernandez, and Joey Rodriguez "Happy anniversary” Unlay to Pat and Mike Spear, Alan and Dottle Faison, Richard and Mary Beaumont, Lope and Ramiro Espinzo and Boh and Cindy Buryanek. Know of a birthday or anniversary? Give our receptionist a call the day before at 625 MI44 we’d like to share in the greetings.Street closings Mesquite Avenue from West San Antonio Street to Katy Street and Mill, Bridge and Katy streets from Hackberry to ChcsUiut will be closed all day Unlay for street construction.Benefit car wash The Runners Softball Team will wash cars Saturday, June 22 from IO a m.-2 p.m. al Barry’s Underpass Saloon, 904 S. Seguin Ave. to raise money for a team trip to Denver, Colo.Class reunion New Braunfels High School Class of 1956 will hold its 35-ycar reunion Saturday, June 29 al the Woodlands Country Club at Canyon Lake. Registration begins at 3 p.m. For more information call 625-2520 or 625-3131. For more reunion information see Page 3B. SCHERTZ — VFW Post 8315, located at 1000 Highway 78 in Schertz, will sponsor an oldfashioned fish fry and dance, Saturday, June 22 from 5-9:30 p.m. The Country Creek band will provide live music in the post canteen between 9 p.m.-1 a m. For more information call 512/658-6325.Water festival The sixth annual Hot Dam ('old Water Festival is slated for June 21-22 at Farm to Market 306 and the Guadalupe River next to the Maricopa Izxlgc. Grounds open at 5 p.m. Friday and remain open until after lite dance at midnight On Saturday, the grounds will be open from ll a.m. to I ant. For more information call Wade Russell at 512/964-2929.Story time Were you aware dial at die Dit dinger Memorial Library you can register your 3 to 5 year old for storyline? Each Tuesday morning at IO a.m., children arc introduced lo books dtrough a variety of activities including stories, filmstrips, music and fmgerplays. For more information visit the library at 373 Magazine Ave. or call 625-8919.Vaccines available Comal County Health Depart ment has received 50 doses of Pneumovac vaccine from the Tex as Department of Hcaldi for use in high risk individuals. This vaccine will be available for individuals age 65 or older who have never received the vaccine. Friday, June SM STAMMTISCH. Pag* 2A Sunny and hot conditions with just the slightest chance of isolated thundershowers is the forecast for South Texas through Fnduy. Highs near 99, lows near 72 and winds from the southeast at 5-10 mph ate anticipated. In New Braunfels Tuesday, live high was 94. The overnight low wax 70. For mote weather information, please sec Page 2. Uvalda: CLASSIFIED........................4-6B COMICS..................................SA CROSSWORD........................3A DEAR ABBY...................... 2B ENTERTAINMENT..................3B HOROSCOPE.........................SA KALEIDOSCOPE.................1-2B OPINIONS...............................4    A PRIME TIME...........................SA SPORTS.............................9-11A TV LISTINGS..........................SA WEATHER..............................2A By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer The New Braunfels Indepcrwlcnt School District Board of Trustees elected Jean Ward and Dick Robinette as members of the Comal County Education District (CED) at its meeting last night "I’d like to nominate the two retired members of our board as this may be a very time-consuming process,” Trustee Alan Hermes said. Trustee Margie Rabom seconded the nomination and the vote was unanimous. Trustee Bob Clarke was not at the meeting. Assistant Superintendent Lonnie Curtis immediately gave the two trustees information packets so they could start preparing for the first CED meeting scheduled for June 25. The CED board will consist of Ward and Robinette from NBISD along with Lee Ikcls and Leroy Good-son from the Comal Independent School District Board. The CED was set up by the legislature’s school finance plan to levy property taxes on a countywide basis to supplement the school district revenues. In other action, a motion to appoint Linda Schlatter as new principal of Secle Elementary School failed for Early filings for NBISD’s three board posts few By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer Only two candidates have filed applications so far to he on the ballot for the New Braunfels Independent School District Board of Trustees election slated for August IO, accord ing to Susan Stehle, superintendent’s secretary for NBISD. The terms of the district one seat and two at-large scats expire this year Board President Bob Self has filed for re election lo an al-large seal and Leo M. Chafin, a former New Braunfels High School Teacher has also filed for an al-largc position. The deadline to file applications for a place on the ballot is 5:00 p m Wednesday, June 26, according to the Education (’ode. Besides Selfs al-largc term, the district one term of Board Treasurer Nayo Zamora and the at-large term of Trustee Ar Ion Hermes expire this year. All qualified voters in the NBISD will be eligible lo vote on the at-large candidates, while qualified voters in district one arc eligible to vote for the district one candidate. The two candidates receiving the most voles in die al-large election shall be declared the winners of those scats, while the candidate receiving the most voles in district one will be declared die winner of that seat. POLICE ROUNDUP Elected to 'vorv&rt tF# New Braunfels Irdeoe^dert School District Board of Trustees or the new Corral Gourty Educator District *ere J ear Ward ard Dick Roomette Here. they are swom to their new oositiors 'Photo ay Robert Steward lack of a majority vote on a 3-3 vote. Dick Robinette, Alan Hermes, and Bob Self voted in favor of the appointment while Jean Ward, Margie Rabom, and Nayo Zamora voted against. Board Secretary Jean Ward said that the appointment of Schlatter would go against the district’s longstanding policy of promoting the assistant when an opening came up Schlatter is currently director of elementary special education for NBISD. There was also a question of whether the item was properly posted on the agenda Attorney Michael Butts asked if it was posted and went up to board dais to see that it was listed on the board members’ agenda Superintendent Charles Bradberry explained that the item was inadvertently left off the original agenda that was compiled by a person that didn’t normally do it and that a revised version was sent to trustees and the mcd<-a. There was confusion as some people in the audience had the original rather than the revised agenda. Peter Garza .md Kenneth McGuire were appointed as assistant principals at New Braunfels Middle School on a 4-0 vote with Rabom and W iri abstaining. Carleton Donop, district tax collector said that the city tax bills mould probably be sent out by Friday nu that the school district tax bills would have to wait until the new rates could be determined based on certified values and a court decision on the constitutionality of the new CED finance plan Trustee Margie Rabom asked who would bear the burden of the cost of the extra mailing. Donop said hat the cost would be split between he dis- Crieryi Patton, president of the local home schooling support grouo, shares a essen in augnrer *«Th her three children (Photo by Annalies Schiickenneder) trie* md the city MBI SD isually collects taxes for he city along wuh ’heir tame nu his year a ^oarate nailing will be required The -ward also approved he lurch-ase a v’deo equipment system mm Padgett Communications rn Waco he low bidder "his will be ised rn mcontl athletic events .md nav also be wed for video journalism classes The system will be paid for with S’8.233.75 from he athletic -Midget according to Lonnie Curtis, assistant superinten-1ent for finance. Luncheon prices wen*, -aised by he -ward n ’ in attempt o come closer o he break-even point. ’ xvonling to Cutis The lew price for terondarv students is 5135 md 70 cents for imakfaet Elemental-" students will jay 51.40 for lunch md '0 cents or breakfast. Adult employees md *ol-rnieer; vdl ae barged 51.75 and 85 cents while, Hitters will viv 52.10 md SI. IO The educed vee un gram vent unchanged. Tr.asiees also afficiuilv uttered an election rn August IO o ill hn»c trustee positions, '"he leadline ‘or ling for a place, on he. lallm is lime 16. Only two candidates ave. ‘lied so far Curtis Hided tim vrte-m can dilates must register by Juiv I for their vote totals to be counted.Schooling part of family life By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer There's a uh of aik n Texas bene lavs lhout ‘duration md how to improve it. Tome leonle nave aker natters mo heir own lands mat ire schooling heir children it home ‘We lave about TO families n our group with thorn naif of hose n Mew Braunfels. * Oiervt teuton, president of the neat tome* schooling support group said. Other members of he group ire rom Canyon Lake. Seguin and Tan Marcos, me said. Hie group includes ibout 200 lome schooled chi liken ranging from pre-scnool through high chout, according to Patton, rhe supptirt group conducts Tm HOME. teg* JA July Fourth parade roster still growing By JANINE GREEN Managing Editor While the Welcome Home Troops Parade scheduled July Fourth in downtown New Braunfels already lists 34 participants, "we re still accepting entries,*’ said planning committee member Wilton Warneek-e. "Anyone interested in joining in should call by June 27.’’ Orgam/ers and prospective participants gathered Tuesday evening al the Knights of Columbus Hail to discuss details of the gathering. "The fairgrounds has a "torsesftoe pit and a volleyball court. ‘ said committee memoer Ham Ross, md we d Uke to see some organization sponsor competition.” Novelty races are another attraction of the oid-fasmoned Fourth of July picnic in need ol some kind of commitment.Among rotes remaining are; • A sponsor for me dunning ixioih. * < jrgani/ers for games and donors for prizes. * Additional parade entries • Volunteers to lee orate Tamed rucks as floats for veterans and heir amines. • Joiunions to me Fi reworks Fund, exuousned at Victoria Baun and Trust formerly First -edcrai Savings mu Loan; on Main Plaza, ‘tf every person who val se watching ne f reworks donated usi hic dollar, vc vouidn t need o ai se ands main for three years, ’ aud Susan Koiath of the New rimlands Jaycees, sponsor of the Haply citers detailing parade line-up niormauon and equjreniems of the Comal County Fair Association on ae of homos loon will be sent to nose wno nave signed up. "It s essential hat we lave your taumipauon SawFOURTH, Pay* JA Hamburger shop robbed Thermometer climbingGood Day By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer The Wendy’s hamburger restaurant in the HK) block of Highway 4b South in New Braunfels was robbed around 10:40 last night, according to Ll. F. Roque of the New Braunfels Police Department. Witnesses said that a man wearing a light brown or beige nylon scarf over die top of his head and a brown scarf covering his lower face walked into the restaurant, up to the counter and demanded money. He held what wiuiesscs believed lo be a firearm covered with a cloth in hts hand. Roque said. The cashier balked away from live counter and ran low aids the kitchen, according to Roque, the manager then walked to the cash icgisicr. opened it and balked away As the sus peel removed the }xa|*ci money from the cash drawer and placed it iii one of the restaur ant’s juqvr bags, Rvxjue said. The man fled on foot. He is described as a white male, 5 feel 6 incites lo 5 feel 8 inches iii height and weighing 150 lbs He was believed to be wearing a tan jacket, blue jeans, tennis shoes and the waives wrapped around his face, according to police. Marijuana charges Two Conroe residents were charged Saturday with misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance, marijuana on on bd wonts Boulevard rn the River Road oleo, according to Chief Deputy Wayne Robert of the Comal County Sheriff’* Department Kelli Arui Leslie. 19. and Erie Lopez. 21, weie pulled over in a vebi cie traffic sky and allegedly found to be ut possession of a small baggy of marijuana they were released alter making bond of ) RAI each, officials said Weekend burglaries Several butanes were reported over the weekend by the Comal Coon tv Sheriff $ Department A boat sum age house on Cranes Mill Road was broken into sometime between May 25 and June 12 Steven Pichrchero of San Antonio said that $1400 in miscellaneous items were taken, according to Chiel Deputy Wayne Robert, Bm POLICE, Pag* 2A UUD JOU spats, rn V IHI. JOU J '5 JOU Sine# Sunday, contributions hav# pu$h#o th# S#niors C#n-t#r of Conidi County fund drive to 5231 414 Since Sunday, $3,060 na» -wen added to die lurid drive tor the new Seniors Center of Comat County, Hinging me total to $231,414. Latest contributors are; Individual Capstone Donors t Ii,OOO-$4*49#); Sue, He IU ne and Kathy Hoes, vie* Shane, and Mr aud Mrs Stan (Mary) Cunningham. Business C apstone Donor . Pit Stop Food Mails, Midte* Oil hic (Maurice D. Fischer). Individual Cornerstone Donor ($500-$999); EP "Pele" Nowoury. Business Foundation Donor (up to $499); Barry's Under Puss Saloon I Barry J ar os zc» ski). Individual Foundation Donors; Mr. and mrs. ArUnd F. Bionic, Mr and Sirs. James A. (Lotenc V.) Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Grub, Wesley F, and Ora Timmerman, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin M. (Shirley) Joe hee, Claudia King lone, Dr. and Sirs. Nelson D. Kahier, Mr. and Mrs. Pal ward F < Betty) Keams. Mr and Mrs Oscar (Fem) Copple, Lucille i frier campi, Mr and Mrs AX. Brawley and Mr and Mrs John D. (Mane) McClellan, Mr and Mrs. David C (Dorothy) Karbock, Mr and Mrs Carl F, (Leonora) Won and Mildred F. Callan I line and latent; Lillian Dail-man, Elsie Mcckei. Rosalie Groves, Lena Timmerman. VJrgi tua Boodi. Irene Fcuge. fhesaa Rust, Duluth) Hood. Herbert ane Sue Yeagiy. Ami Fur ba. Mary Jo Robson and Jack Smatters. Maun tai and services. Victoria Bauk and Trust, Mrs. Pauline Marks. Betty Green aud Carl Hazer ibcrg Memorial*. For Ben Buck by Sue, Retune and Kathy Buck, for Fatune Mae Oheim by Ruth Circle, Fun United Methodist Church, lot bisie Gans Gnebat by Piilniai G. and blame Wetted, fat Archie Tie-matin by Ned Gloss, and fur John Ruben Marks by Pauline Mates. ;