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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 5, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas isions, decisionsUSD superintendent wants trustees to choose between middle school, high school for bond package By DEBBIE DELOACH Staff writ ar Big decisions for a proposed May ll bood issue election hover over Coma] ISO, bot not for long. At a workshop Monday night at Frasier Elemenary, CISC Supt. Bill Brown saki trustees should decide by Monday whether to include a new middle school or a new high school in the bond package. Once that decision has been madet Brown said, “Well be ready to rod, and by the 25th, we’d know what it's going to cost us.’* CISD began holding bond issue workshops at various campuses on Feb. IS. Brown has also been gathering names from campus principals to serve on a blue-nbbon bond issue steering <w*imt*tt*w rooms to Smttheon Valley, and we will have to eventually. Bn! we have to watch our water problems and parking lot problems.” Trustees have aim talked abow! a new middle school proposal, in sn effort to consolidating the relating Mountain Valley and Bulverde Middle schools. Brown said many CBD patrons have spoken out in favor of this proposal, too. “A lot said take the junior highs, pot them together and we can have a better academic program,” Brown said, adding that CBD could no longer afford the concept of neighborhood schools. At the workshop Monday night. Brown aim indicated he would Bkt to eventually rid CBD of all its portable buildings. that will begin work after the major decisions are “You did the best you could with who! you had. made.    Now    it’s    time    Ie    de    something    different    Every Brown said the consensus at the workshops rn far has been to turn Smithson Valley High School into a junior high, and build a new high school in the same vicinity 'Right now, SVHS has more lode than Canyon High School.” Brown said. “We could add more school I've looked at bm problems. Bot the problem with portable buildings is if left too long, they become permanent,” Brown said. The superintendent even proposed borrow big money to solve the overcrowded conditione et Bulverde Elementary, where there are at least six portable buildings already. “Today, right now, we need 44 classrooms there, but I don’t want to stick any more money in portable buildings. So I say we go to the bunk, borrow the money, put the shell up and sub-out the inside," Brown said, adding the work could be done before school started next September that way. According to Brown’s timetable, trustees would have to decide by April • if they want to call a bond election for May ll. The election date is important, Brown said, because the city could abo decide to hold a bond election in late May or early June. Brown said renovations at Comal Elementary, Frazier and Goodwin Primary would aim need to be included in the bond package. The next CBD bond workshop will be Monday at Canyon Middle School, beginning at 7:30 pun., followed by a March 25 workshop at Comal Elementary. Brown said there would be no workshop connected to the board’s next regular meeting on March IO at Frazier Elementary BrieflyUtilities sponsors life support program New Braunfels Utilities is sponsoring a program called Operation life Support to identify their customers who are on life support equipment requiring electricity. Through this program, the stormer and residential meter belonging to these customers will be labeled, and every effort made to provide them continuous service. lf you or anyooe who know is on electric life support equipment, contact Roberta Schmid at 629-6690 or Sharon Bishop at 1254171. SVHS students get honors Three Smitheon Valley High School students recently brought home honors from the tth annual Sprachfest at Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos. Sophomore Beth Heaton won first place in Level I, poetry memory, while Wanda Hitzfelder, a SVHS senior, won the second spot in the research paper competition. Sophomore Shell May placed fifth in Spelling!.DeathsP&Z, Council wrestle with rules about billboards By DANA STELL wa Im I * Writ mf Two workshops down and several more to go aa the Planning and Zoning Commission ami City Coaxal try to establish local regulations for the placement of signs and billboards. When the two groups met for the second time Monday, planning chairman David Hartmann and planning director Mike Shands were asked to talk to leaders of several cities that have enacted billboard legisbtion. Hartmann and Shands abo were asked to field input from persons in the sign industry Mid from thorn concerned with outdoor advertising. After that work. Planning and Zoning will have its own workshop to try and develop a billboard ordinance. Hartmann suggested Monday, as he had in previous workshops, that such sn ordinance be developed carefully. “I do agree that we need something to control the situation,’* he said. “I reiterate that I think we need to take a long hard look.** He pointed out that planners in Lubbock took a year to develop that city’s ordinance. One issue brought up Monday was a person’s right to put a sign on bb property. “The thing that concerns me b the fact that we want to regubte too many things,’’ saki councilmember OJI. Strateraann Jr. “I have a right to put up a sign if I so desire.’ Stratemann said be approved of the regubtion of the number of «jgn« in an area and the quality of signs. “But if you want to say ’no signs,’ then I have a problem,’’ be said. The majority of the group agreed that if they must be allowed, portable signs should be used on a temporary bash — such as when a business first opens. Councilwoman Betty Lou Rushing has stggested drawing a circle extending from the Main Plaza inside which signs and billboards would be strictly regubted. She told the group that while developing billboard regubtions, it should keep in mind “What do we want for New Braunfels in the neat IO, 15,20 years? “Them deliberations will affect the appearance and beautiful atmosphere of New Braunfeb for years to come." Haze* A. Vaughan Graveside services for Hazel A. Vaughan of 115 Texas were held at 10:30 a m. March 5 at Ft. Sam Houston National Cemetery with the Rev. Harold Zirkei officiating Vaughan. IOO. died March 3 at Eden Home for ti* Aged. The daughter of James Clark and Uiiian E. i Balance i Akers, she was bom Aug. 14, 1884 in Jeanerette, La. She married Chaplain A.F. Vaughan Sept. 12, 1904 in Jeanerette. Chaplain Vaughan died un 1962. Vaughan was a housewife and a member of the First Methodist Church. She is survived by two daughters, Lillian V. Wilson of New Braunfeb and Kathleen Mitchell of San Antonio; two sons, Ellis Floyd Vaughan of Memphis, Term and Robert Akers Vaughan of Pettus; a brother, Charles William Akers of Nashville, Term.. eight grandchildren ; 14 greatgrandchildren. and two great-great-granddaughters. Memorials may be made to the Eden Home for the Aged or to the chanty of one’s choice. Etta Welsch Services for Etta Welsch of RL 6, Box 646A. will be held at 2 p.m. .’•larch 7 al Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev. J. Linwood Kennedy officiating. Buna! will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Webch, 82. died March 4 at McKenna Memorial Hospital. The daughter of Louis C. and Anna (WohifahrtJ Hoffmann, she was bom May 16. 1902 in New Berlin, Texas. She married Roland L Webch in January 1923 in New Braunfeb. Mr. Webch died rn 1962. She was a housewife and a member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ. Webch is preceded in death by her son, Virgil Webch, who died earlier March 4. She ti survived by three sons, Roland Webch of Bulverde, Kenneth Webch of West Columbia, Texas, and Allen Webch of New Braunfeb; a sister, Nob Waldo of New Braunfeb; a brother, Elma Hoffmann of New Memorials may be made to the First Protestant United Church of Christ. Virgil Welsch Funeral services for Virgil W. “Bill" Webch of Bastrop will be held at 2 p.m. March 5 at the Newby Funeral Home in Bastrop with balai to follow at Fairview Cemetery with the Rev. David Stewart of the Methodist Church officiating. Webch. 57, died March 4 at Holy Cross Hospital. A former resident of New Braunfeb. he worked for the Lower Colorado River Authority. He was followed in death by bs mother, Etta Webch of New Braunfeb, who died here bier that day. Webch b survived by bb wife, Mary Lee Webch of Bastrop; two daughters, Colleen Webch and Monica Webch ct Bastrop; three bothers, Roland Webch of Bulverde, Kenneth Welsch of West Columbia. Texas, and Allen Webch of New Braunfeb. Ben W. Uesman Services for Ben W. liesman of 1044 Lone Star Dr. were held at 11:30 a.m. March 5 at Funeral Home with the Rev. J. Linwood Kennedy officiating. Burial followed at Comal Cemetery. Liesman, ti, died March 3 st McKenna jffffwritl The eon of Edward and Emihe <Kaderii ) liesman, he was bora Dec. SO, 1901 in Guadalupe County. He married Gertrude Boot on June 17, 1902 in New Braunfeb. He was a retired engineer with the VS. Soil Conservation Serries, anda member of the Lutheran church, Comal County Sportsman Association and a former wifnbff of the Good Sam Travel Club. liesman is survived by bb wife, Gertrude lieamenof New Braunfeb; three daughters, Bees Perry of Victoria, Mildred Philips of Beeville, Jean Robertson of Victoria; a stepdaughter, Bertha Lee Altwein of Seguin; five sons, Kenneth liesman of Cuero, Glenn liesman of Million, Dean ii—of Angleton, Michael Liesman of New Braunfeb, and George Liesman of Angleton; three sisters. Frieda Hermann and Sophia Taylor, both of New Braunfeb, and Nettie Weest of Fredericksburg; two brothers, Reinhart Liesman of Blanco, and Alex Liesnan of New Braunfeb; 20 grandchildren: ll great-grandchildren; and two step-grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the Arthritis Foundation, 503 S. Blain, San Antonio Texas. Una Hoff ©richter Services will be Wednesday et IO ain. et ZoeQer Funeral Home for Line Hofferichter, 93, who died March 3 at Colonial Manor Nursing Home. The Rev. Linwood Kennedy will officiate. Burial will follow in Guadalupe Valley Bfemorial Park. Hofferichter was bora Nov. 15, UM, in Comal County to August and Auguste (nee Koepp) Schaefer. She married Robert Hofferichter Blay I, 1912, in New Braunfeb. He died in 1979. She had lived in Converse before moving to New Braunfeb seven years ago. The housewife was a member of First Protestant United Church of Christ Survivors include daughters. Bfrs. Edna Schwab af New Braunfeb and Bfrs. Mikb Stoke of San Antonio; a sister-in-law, Mn. SteUa Schaefer of New Braunfeb; three grandchildren; and six greatgrandchildren.Ailuro Garza III Graveside services will be today at 3 pm at Ste. Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery for Arturo Garza III of 1890 Lee St He died March 3. Garza was born March 3 to babel (nee Salazar) and Arturo Garza Jr.Hvrald-Zfitung (USPS 377-800) lf you have not received your paper by 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday or by 7 JO a.m. Sunday, can 0264144 or 666-1900 by 7 p m. end 11 am., respectively. Published Sunday morning end Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfeb Herald Publishing Co., 196 S. Ceston Avo., Now Braunfeb, TX 78131. Second dees postage paid et New Braunfeb Herald Publishing Co., 186 S. Castes Ave., Now Braunfeb, TX 78131. Deva Kramer General Manager Claude Scruggs........Publisher Shirbne Thornton . Office Manager Robert Johnson..........Editor Cheries Borman .. Advertising Mgr. Cheryl McCampbeH ... Chee. Mgr. Don Avery ... Circulation Manager Carol Avery .. Photocomp Foremen Que Elbe! ........Presa    Foremen Wends Locater Kaleidoscope Editor David King   Sports Editor Petr ids Yznage-King ... Wire Editor Subscription Rates (Includes eppScebb sabs tex) Carrier delivery in Cornel, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco end Kendal Counties: 3 months, 610.78; 6 months, 61842; one year, 633.64. Mel deivery outside Cornel County, in Texas: 3 months 61842; 0 months, 63344; one year 663.08. Mel outside Texas: 0 months, 64240; one year 670.00. Postmaster:    Send    address changes to P.O. Drawer 361, New Braunfeb, TX 78131. Survivors are bb parents; sister. Debris Garza ; grandparents. Arturo and Myrna Garza and Ismael and Irene Salazar, ab of New Braunfels; and great-grandparents, Lorenzo and Juba Lima and Pedro Rodriguez, all of New Braunfels. Arrangements were under the direction of Zoeller Funeral Home. Willied Seipp Wilfned “Willie” Sapp, 55. of 444 Barcelona died March 2 at Audie L. Murphy Memorial Veterans Hospital in San Antonio. Services were Tuesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev. Ron Walter Fredericksburg to Otto H. and Meta i nee Arlitti Seipp He served in the Army and was a heavy equipment mechanic. Seipp was a member of the Lutheran church and American Legion Post 593 in Con verse A sister, Mildred Bribe of New Braunfels, is his survivor. Memorials may be made to St. Paul Lutheran Church or the American Cancer Society. Edward Osmundsen Arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Edward Osmundsen, 84, of New Braunfels. He died March 4 at McKenna Memorial Hospital. Lucille Leinweber Arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Lucille Leinweber, 67, of Canyon Lake. She died March 4 at Humana Hospital Metropolitan in San Antonio. Belinda Chapa Rizo Services were today in Austin at Angel Funeral Home for Belinda Chapa Rizo, 24, of Austin. Rosary was Biarch 4. Survivors include daughters, Dionne Rizo and Deenay Rizo, both of Austin; parents, Mr. and Mrs Alejandro Chapa of Dallas, formerly of New Braunfels; sisters, Melinda See DEATHS, Page SA Braunfels; IO grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren.TODAY’S THOUGHTS! WITH BOB DUTZ I OO    people work up a head of steam before they find out what s cooking •    •    e When the river is deepest it makes the least amount of noise •    •    • Many fine things can be done in a (by if you don’t always make that day tomorrow •    •    e More people would live to a ripe old age if they weren’t too busy providing for it. •    •    a There s no limit to the height a man can attain by remaining on the level ★- When Your Thoughts Turn To Eating Out Think Of... Church’s Friotf Chicken 824 W. tan Antonio Now Orounfolo 825-6401 officiating. Burial was in SU. Peter and Paul Cemetery. Seipp was bora Aug. 9, 1929, in Weather Pablo Gonzales, Jr., Fifth Grade, Carl Schurz Texas weather A dom* of polar tm wows **o Tan* tarty today, bringing a ciaar aluta, cooer temperature* and bg** wind! Th* cool weather however, — aapactad tobaof anon duration ae a warning band was aapactad to bag* at Watt Taaaa today and •praad laniard acroaa a* or ma atata by Wadnaaday Tamparaturaa arara to ba on ma cool aWa again towght Soma hght ram MI durmg ma night rn .astr ama Soul* a aal Taaaa. meetly along ma comm from Gal*ttton to ma Lawman* atata Ina Early morning tamparaturaa cow ad a anda ranga. standing bom ma 20a in m* hanhandi# and Southw**i Taaaa to ma 20a and 40a ova* northam Pomona of th* atata and ma 60a and 90a ovar th* aouthtm had Ea-tram** rangad bom 21 at Marfa and 20 at bom Amarillo and Lubbock to SS at McAban Omar raadmga aret, id ma Mat* tarty today rndudad 24 at Wen** Fah 37 at Babai Fort Worth. 42 at LuOun, 40 at Waco 44 at Autem and San Antonio. 57 at Cornua Civ tat/ 45 at Houaton. 36 at San Angelo and 34 et Madam) Fe*aetat* caba* tor cool tamparaturaa to •mg** rn la*! Taaaa ama# m* warming band mowaa aaatward Saw* war* to ba ctaar to partly cloudy Mat* anda That# waa a chance tor tom* acana* ad abow*** rn ma Lower Rio Grand* Vabay High* war* to ba rn bt* 50* and SO* rn norm and watt Pomona ol th# atata and ma 70a and SO* acroaa aoutham aacbon Lowa tonight we ba ai ma 30a and 40a ouar ma northern hall of th* alate and ai th* 50a and SO* in South Tama High* Wadnaaday w« ba ba moady ai th* SO* and TO*, ranging upward alto th# SO* ai th* Srg Sand ara* of Sow th watt Taaaa Extended forecast Thursday through Saturday Norm Taaaa No procreation aapactad Unaaaaonabh warm Thuraday Turning coda* FnOe* High# Thuraday na** 70 towering mto th* 90a Fnday and Saturday low* rn th* 50a Thuraday and Fnday cooing alto th# 40a South Taaaa Uttta or no pr*op*4*>on Thuraday through Saturday Hqjhthmm and mortwig ctoudmaaa to partly cloudy af tpmoona through Saturday URI* chang* ai temperate** Baby low* ai ma upper 20a norm mal to upper 40a carmel and aouthaati and ai th* aud to upper 50a south and mn medwaa coactor pp re ny* ai th# upper 90* norm and ai th* 70s ataawhar* Watt Taaaa Pp wah a cooling band throughout th* period banhandto Ngh* mid to* Thuraday cooing to mal Sri Saturday LOW* upper 20* cooing to near 30 Saturday South plain* Ngh* mid OO* Thuraday cooing to UPP** 50* Saturday Low* near 40 Thuraday cooing to iowa* 30a Saturday harmmnlaaai Ngha near TO coding to low SO* Saturday Loam mal 40a Thuraday coofeng to near 40 Saturday Concho Vabay Ngha mid TO* Thuraday oootng to mid SO* Saturday LOW* near 50 Thuraday coding to near 40 Saturday Far weal Ngha upper 50* Thuraday cooing to bud Sri Saturday Low* lower 40a Thuraday cooing to near 40 Saturday Se Sand Ngh*    near OO Thuraday cooing to mal 70a Saturday Low* ll abay* near 60 coding to mid 40a Thuraday thgh* mount**!* nap TO Thuraday cooing to mid 00a Saturday and iowa mountain* rn th* 20* Texas Temperatures High*, low* and precipitation tor th* 24 hour* *nd*ig at 5 a rn CST Hi •monl-htArtN Bryan-Cig Soon Chacha** Cor pu* Chn** Baman Baba* Od Mo El haw For Worth Lo I ss J7 hpn OOO TS SS OOO 47 25 OOO 73 44 OOO •2 53 003 76 53 OOO •3 62 002 72 45 OOO 40 25 OOO 73 67 OOO 46 27 J OO 55 42 003 67 45 OOO ss 23 OOO •I IS OOO Brought To You By. 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