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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 30, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Rangers five in a row. Page 5 / Retrain farmers? Page 4 New Braunfels A Now Braunfels, Texas Tuesday June 30, 1987 25 Cen*% One Section, 12 Pages Vol 134, No 127 After dog fight Man shot, woman incurs broken jaw B/DAVID MA V Staff Wr*»r A dov fit*ht involving a half pit bul idol' evoked a shooting spree Sunday nigh1 that injured two Cypress ( eve subdivision residenth and ended in the arrest of another or '•barges of aggravated as auh with a deadly weapon In t off a. County Jail pending a ‘Kind of I < pop is William Arthur Tho rn ti .f lf* J Spring Brant r. He was read his rights and charged Monday tWore Justice of the Peace Harold Krueger Thompson ipparently bename enraged when a pit bul! owned by Calvin Hit* hi*-, it attacked four of his dogs Sunday evening a hts wife a ;j walking them in the .ubdr.osior Ancor ling ll sheriff I report* Thompson t onfroi ie : Rite hie a shoe. time later in the parking lot rf a nearby convenience ‘.tor* and shot him on*e rn the jpper left leg with a 2t|*gauge shotgun and ther broke tile jaw *rf I hariea Schneider rf** who during af interview M r lay was identified by Ritchie as being a Robbery trial contin<ling; negotiation for testimony neither confirmed, denied 4 eft 3* r .» a at W||n IMI ifs X MC# I ed lo flee '.he I h u Jap ate Distr ? De* Mar Gue SA woman drowns when tube sticks under bridge A Ina Aga ma eon an ?av>. ig down the Guadalupe River Saturday with about ii xher people dro**’#d B the high waters when ner airer lube apparent.) bai MW wedged under a bridge Accordwg to Kendall County She riff s I * ? ar ti". en *.    sa ndr a Setal iuA.* iv jrowned in the river anil r the I ige h.> Road bridie abeul ll flavors aaa! J* Boerne She was -* Jp a if ti^ii Had va. cl. cainpuig at bergneua <i am-Pit w J A cc wo J iii if    to aiitttorilie*, ^ BPia i tried I. - ifuier the bridie ane rtf .ess mar a toot exulted between the riser and htiftntp ♦ the bn ige bet a use rf recent raim. v ut it *is caught and* r the wht'di then emerged from fie mer slue of the brulge She was .. ler eater about IS minutes •,e? re friends ? wind her S» h muck aaa reportedly an employee - I United States Automobile A&auciaiiue MMI ilk mother ..rf two finn ag nu vStammtisch ........ ~~i A guy shuffl**s into n Canyon luike ••aiery and tells the story about how the gates in Canyon Dam two weeks ago wouldn’t open all the way to i cl ca se the 5,400 cubic feet per '•cond ihe IJ S Army Corps of engineers wanted to release to prevent water from breeching the uncontrolled spillway after heavy rains The gates, this guy says, wouldn't •en, so th'- Corps of Engineers u es several civilian divers, with ables attached to them and running up to a wrecker truck atop the dam, dive down to the gates and hove them all the way open The ii* lion w,»s so great, this guy say s, dial the divers are sucked through the gates and out into the • ftiadalupe River, No, really, that’s what he ays. ‘I wo of the eivilian divers working foi a flat fee of $1 HOO each, wound ip mi* far mg at Gruene. firuene'!! (lh, come on No (iui Well, we che* ked with the Corps • rf Engineers and they assure us ‘hat th*’ story is a fairy tale” rf 'hi* dk that surface every year 'bout this time Sort a Ilk*- the one about the water skier who falls into a nest rf water moccasins ami gels bitten ill to heck That one comes around every season it seems The d* al is then* were no civilian livers nu* ked through Canyon Dam \ gates and lf tiler** were a problem w ith tin* gate -, the < orp* I " Im* say they w<*uidn t use divers I hey would do it high and dry from uthin the infrastructure of tile dam Die loons Clubs International i * mida ti on rn ogiuies New ta.i.iiifeb own Hill Kolodiiie for outstanding humanitarian serv o a * »y awarding him the Melvin June** I <*l tow ship, so named for the • under of the EOF Bdl is a member of New Braunfels Noon lions I tub and us one of 5,000 people to Q countries so honor'd He *- a or vc) «»r, former lions district governor, a member of the Greater \*** Braunfels Chamber of tom c r and pa l president of Wurst-fest Assot latioii Et ru** Mendel writes to Harold lo iv ha enjoyed our open house sunday visiting the different departments and seeing how things work at a re a paper He want! to know if Jun Webre has shaved again 'A ell yes, but with Jim, , ir Is e*»me and go by the month. he can t seem to make up his mind he wants be a fun face or not , Our representative to Congress .md a true friend of President Reagan, Lamar Smith has been appointed rn two bipartisan groups r I'luted States representatives a I i senators taking leadership roles n making policy for Mexico and the aith west. Ona is the ChngressioiiAl stud) bi ap on Mexico, sponsored by tile Center for Strategic and International The other is "*e Sunbelt C is IM- Ha, a six*) ear-old clearing h<>u>e on regional interests including energy and scientific regear* h After something ake IO or nine ears away from Victoria, the town once again is the sit*- for the In-ternatioitl Armadillo Confab and Exposition July IB-1^ The I S I- stal Sen ice is offering a special lumerative p stage cancellation mirk for the event and which will bi av alia We only on the days of the reposition at the p.«ra in Victoria Partly cloudy skies are on •ap for this area through the week There s a 40 percent chance of thundershowers this afternoon with southeast winds at IO mph and a high in the low 90s Tuesday and Wednesday will be partly cloudy and warm w ith highs ut the nud 90s and lows in the mid 70s and southeast we ds at about 19 mph. The Meno CLASSIFIED ..... IU COMICS..,....... CROSSWORD    3 DEAR ABBY    3 OPINIONS ......  9 SPORTS .     9 Kuempel's retirement fund measure gets Bz Ut* Mf RMA* Associated P*e*s A* is* AUSTIN ■AP — The Texas H-/o*e ta: gives preliminary approval iv a WU that would **'t 124 I million by temporarily cutting the state’s portion of a retirement system farcollege educators In another Monday vote. the House gave tentative approval to reducing the slate's pantry tx. wen to the Employees Retirement S> stem The nigher education retirement reductive plan ass adv a-.cej on a MMI vote. bul Mi Without hersr criticism Me have spoken about maxaig a commitment to edu. at. un What we are about to do ie probably real# the first rack in that commitment,' sa*J Rep Ai Price D-Beaumont. What we are about to do will do irreparable damage to thai ..mum talent ” The WU by Rep Ed Kuerapel. R-Seguin. which faces a final House vote that would send it lo senators. 9 .mid cut the state contribution for a retirement s>stem that covers #U-«£ ii percent A state college faculty members Now. the state contributes to the fund an amount eq«**_ ta rf 9 percent of a faculty member s aru jai salary Kuetupei wants to lower that to 7 i percent he xtorfS to save stale money Tie state contribution would ‘evert to rf 5 percent ow Sept I, I bdl* tentative okay I we Wk* SmMs WV&i*.-* '    f    • :5    .    , *    . ~    ^    rn    -    C|.- their jobs far three *<«ri before at-, urn*, g eugjge i * ..ct tfewirtnooey .xii af im system. . urrwRie* mg pen- •* is one y car Kuempr. desuad the iMte* sad to    in    m-xi would guarantee E-wee pa* c. . is c    •    • supporters a to,# WI: Laive noir    f t!    Ute H    >- Ape propnatioos Comr new fwopo^i i-aw-as suit caids tor college faculty salary raise* t oui-i ti^et the reaBf cd reb rerr.teI benefiu Rep Anne i per Rdian Ms: a.    - feted two 92’. x diner to to f«du«. e the Impact rf t «* Rjempel WU I don’t w ant to send anotrer    1    i^ef educatMm dial we art h* * 4 a*a* f* .c ti en sr -said House Higher Ediaau    J    ■»- •’■ a Wuheimma Cle are. CV Austin, said    ife are has mg a hat i enough tins# recnutug people for our im .enwties' and the decreased bpmkht* u*o ! - t    -    *    lit!*cu.t Kuen.pel on M ;-#wa> *.99 mm cr#, tit unary House approve, hf a cs., that would temporarily lower the state contrtbubun to toe Employees Retirement ay staen from the c arrent J 4 percent to 7 percent {be uwnWdinA would revert in I * percent iv, Sep* iBfnber tm fbi tilMpBffl change save tow date |!~ mdboB Suphnnt* * rf** * ChiwiBS Bto'tbhtry d o>*k| Mordav'x tone >*>g NBISD taxes grow School board ok's $400,000 budget hike By SARAH OUR! St*H *V* 'tw The New Braunfels LSD adminstration r*** ,mn.**fKi**d rn re than ITO bs) worth 'rf lad-mtnut*- t uts to th** proposed 1987-99 budget b i >f* lru -te«-; ad pt**d .»ID la million budget Monday After a public hearing during whu h a num?**r of * iti/rfi-. re* ommended even m*jfe ul^ in the bu»ig«*t the trusteei adopted the record budget for tole coming year aud later set the tax rate ut ‘*7«unto per ti til v a I ua ti un, a t 9*5 per* era increase in the effective rate Almost Sd peupk* gathered to take part in th*- hearing at NBISD s F.duration tenter to witness th** board x a* ti**n Even with the f'nal cuts to ti*e budget, ante ipate*i expenditures outweigh top tea re.    .*■ by rnore than Iii5,u06 lagune Curtis, NHISDS assistant superintendent for finance, fecoRBnended $44 ie7 rf the last* minute cuts come from th*.- previously critic ired trave! allowances Other cuts include $d2,iw fr an contracted services and $4dud from payroll riper The payroll reduction means the bitnet will do with*Mit *a*e com* puler writer it had planned bi hire The coming year's budget includes an in- fease of roughly $#0 Omj mort than last > ear’s budget t aitis said ti at itkcease is exclusively in the areas of payroll and increased utility expenses New teachers are being hire*! to help fi*eet tower state*maodatad leacher-studeni ratios arid all staff are receiving a pay increase State regulations require tea hers be giv en annual pay 'a.-'-s Quo. k Eng tor, ass. slant principal ai New bra^iris High School, defended tone pay raises which are greater then those recured by the state He said tor* raises for local staff will I. >t burt anyone s pocketbook and NRU© salaries still dd not compare with those in neigh boring districts NBiSO board |K*A»<i#*f • B Ass* S'. A stay in %-pay I woiildn t else New Brea' places,1 ’ Rng tor WI to greater pa.- be*a -ase rf sa.a ‘ Sr 4 Rraahfeto Ha.srs * ,r a in positi ais * ame Ka ’rn.- f? ;