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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Hospital Week essays, Page 5/ Edwards Aquifer debate, Page 3 New Braunfels VIV New Braunfels. Texas Tuesday May 19, 198/ 25 Cents One Section, I') Pages Stammtisch Light rain, long sleeves .inst hou Herman net in,till* 'i is New Hi auiitHs I- mil nut lins Satur day May It when panelists John Moll", Hull* it I l«*i n«*n I .am on A Kalium ingchnrg «uel»**rg Mot ov Erika Niol >on and Joseph Salmons join in .i Hi .on , ion al tho Ai livilios 1 • nim .7! Mown rd I hoodoro (,ish [nolo ,oi ol iii'iinaii arid 'flu OI Oil of texas Mormon Studios at the I nivm sn y ut lion Jon i. rnodoralor lot nano mini motion i all tho .apinoid,in p Vin nom at Wit I ti.’. I ho event is .jam on (I hy the Sophioiimn g vleinoi tai A , an la lion In* tho lust it ut** and grants fly i s.* < 'animine for tho i i...... Also Irns saioiday will ho a Youth I' * i ..ii tp*#i i ail I ii o v SOA it, a oui ms Park * and Her loaf ion I >opai Immd ai i /piess timid fork whir ti is .oil ot behind Sis Meter ami Maut arid < natal * emoter lee Belwe* o i .i iit and noon thole will la a kilo ll> nip < oiliest mown lace jaunting amt a pro .mil,ii ion fur kidlols on now to lie balloon into rn al shajx-. fill mole inlonoalion ( all *»,', ailK < 'dual A),jn ai .al In.lid I is oiler trip woikshop.s ttns I tim shay and rn a1 I nm .da y oo now to appeal the value the < Au has planed on yoni home or ot nm propel t y I rial s right I tie ( Air is otter mg inst rut Mons on how/ lo tell ttiern they pot it a i (,np I he < kl J, in • a k shops ahi rn- held in se a In a mb*!, i hullos meeting im,rn tins Him alay amt al .Mountain valley vt indie Si hm*| in Sallier next I hor sr Jay i he win k .hops are open t > im* pur,in Utero is no nhaigo lo ■Mend arid anynoe with questions related to J,M,p*-i ty ,aloes i up* (I to attend I .adios Maxillary ,1 Hie Vet*J ails of r oimpn wars is,a1 /iiii has ••ie* led utiteei a tor the tooling .* ai I hey ale I4,.01,11 Kifst piesidmil Pnyiiis Mum senior »u.e president Ai (lith .dueller Jo rum mopiest dent Lucille V oges iieasmm hli/atadn VVomiahr! chaplain. ( i<ua I' (.rifest lei, conduct resit Meal I Ii* im-.dor Im guard Ellen irnholt un rn year trustee Sofa Sms tiling two year trustee and Violet Ludwig one year trustee In staihition ahi he May w tor me auxiliar y aud Host (dimers Make rtsor vat ions im im* May 2., ny * all mg too 4-m or bi t iiii this duck in I.anda Mark tound st week s ram and weather just e thing to inspire spreading wings ie response to the photog! apber s ,pi ouch is understandable How auld feel if someone stuc k a lens yom lace while you were in the A ai percent chance oi rain showers will linger with us tonight arid tomorrow and those persons in low lying areas are advised that fiomlmg will likely occur I with any significant amounts of rainfall the low tonight will tx4 in the mid wis with cloudy skies The Meno CLASSIFIED..........9    11 COMICS............ 6    7 CROSSWORD............3 DEAK ABBY..... / EDUCATION............12 OPINIONS    4 SPOK TS.............8 James Ovfttslfttel a ’ crossing guard a* C S hoot hat, the situatio Merit and :e?Montary eo mack during inclement weather Tuesday ar, a fellow student considers the not so deec w i’f;' n fie gutter (Photo by Leslie K'»e wa.dt Marion mancomplaining about 'sex, dope, alcohol' B * JOHN KAWNtM Corr*- .pendent A Marion incident has criticized ttie Ouadaluje < mud . sheriff imp.u talent and lh** Depart merit of Mubin sale tv tor Ated he mils lank of cooperation in curt,mg tim pate ot i am ou pal tie just out** Marion Al Breaux is i ormm lied over an accident that occured last summer rn which a ii veal old Marion man Au m jure*! I fie man is now a paraplegjc arid ria rx*en rr* a ct,rn a since ifie August accident which reportedly <* ( hi ie(| after a wild patty Breaux Ahu has met with Marion city officials and ( aunty law mifor< ament ollicials laded to get ne* * sat vujijau t in letting officials know there is a dangerous pro alem trial needs to tm* looked at immediately Breaux now has taken me matter up aul Ouadalupe County ((,mmission* i .( burt Most of th**cornmi sinners said they were not aware of the situation and agreed with Breaux that -oruethrng mu I he done to c u h ttu* protdem According to Breaux the uncalled wild pattie , take place on <» property along Old Marron Hoad and Yuungford Iii,ad in an old va* ant farm house and ham “These young kids are into sex. dope arid aln,iii,I Breaux said I hay** approached the commissioners because I feel it is my duty as a family man, a father Aho teaches my ' These /ounq kids are into sex, dope and Alcohol " Al Breaux children to respe* t the law in deputy neriff Breaux said ti ri at tier wa Teacher pay top CISD goal U, SAKAH DUKE Staff Writer Improving teacher and stat! salaries leads the list of priorities for Comal independent School District based on a report by a group of < urn al County educators Matrick Hollis Bulverde Middle School principal, unveiled the goals during a tx,ard of trustees meeting Monday The list of goals was compd ed by the Comal Isl) Superintendent s administrative cabinet and Hollis said he (eels the list reflects the desires of the school district faculty and staff I he (unctions of the cabinet were to set some values, set some goals and establish some changes that need to be made." Hollis said He called the cabinet, made up of teachers principals and other school district staff members a brain trust" of .the school district, adding that each of the I i members went to great length to ensure that the goals were reflective of the desires of the district. "It was a formidable task ” Hollis said Besides determining the goals and discussing them with other district employees several cabinet members did extensive research about their concerns he said h ollow mg the effort to become more competitive with teacher and support staff salaries the Nine Goats for the Nineties include developing a more comprehensive vocational training program and con N BIS D trustees ponder tax hike New Braunfels I D Ixia rd of trustees will * on Ider an intent to raise t.ixe (luring their rra-e’mp later today I j,rime r urb N til I > brian* • dire* tor said tat, property tax value increase rr.a , force th' district to ira re.ce ta** , t,% as mu* t. as 7 'iii percent This is ta-' .iii *• of what bi*- state Tax Projiert, Ii*,ant I,.*    ,<*d to us t,e( .nj e value ti.i e in* r• •., < d torii aid The !,,t« hoard dc* re,* •*d Im al value' b. mop ban ' million following an apja al earlier this year hut < urb .od Im al valua lions at $82*2 million are still more than VI'iO million higher than la .• year lf anad that kind of tax ba w»-wouldn t have to rat e tax*- t,ut a* don t have it,ai kind of tax ha <■ til* fman* ( expert .aid He added that the s* tax,I distrnt i l*,sifig e(jdali/at|(,n aide trorri (fa st at*- tho .ear arid (tie d Tri have ti, cut its expcnditur* corning *-ar 'I ti*- po*. it,I*- fax aa pa* a* mg in an additional IHM WI, o year s Un al *.,x in* nm*- * arf on* *■ ,« pp,ja, cd iran , < i district must ii., 11r, ma? a even if Ma [a j^-jo dature ex J*-* ted educational cot (J [a ( tai ain Also during tonight - meeti t*oard A tli rwi ,aJ*-r adoption o a h**ol ( aleralar The rxi.ifd ai consider ac* eptanr *-of re-.igri r*-tir*-rri< til and appro. ai o a rrierits and l*-a ,e of absent e Hi*- briard will ff,‘*»•, a * a, sion af 7 j, rn at I he I i I enter at I JJ Vt Villi    •    - resignation* r*-tu erne* point merit I ta- open i-.♦**■ sr heduied to ta-gin at 7 following I ti*-( lo WI .*- aa What does it take to put ., top to this kind of thing he asked Now f»e aid at least one pair of parent , a re buy mg the Da,/* ara) permitting the teen to part, at th*-»r house I he. tell th*- kids as long as they bring their vehicles onto pre it*- property are untouchable Breaux said Duadaiupe County Judge .James Sagebtel krioAt**<:g »*d th<-re I    pf i,t>Seal It i- ., national epidenu< ft ( diffK ui' it adults con don*- it and are actually helping with th*- part , arid help circumvent the law Sagebtel said Sheriff Melvin Harborth denied that he had failed to cooperate with constable Donna- Stephenson on th*- mat ter He aid investigator Floyd schlichtmg and AB< Agent Sam smelt/er had talked to Breaux after the man returned home to find that the teen agers had thrown a party at his house Sec 'X AK ION Page 2 Rainfall totals Location...............  Inches As of ll a rn. Tuesday Royal Forest (east county)..........  0.20 Bulverde.............................................0.75 Sauder Lane (4 miles south of Seguin)...................0 Canyon Lake Forest (south side)......................0.13 Sun Valley (west of Smithson Valley).................0.70 Stonehouse Realty (Potters Creek Rd.)...............010 New Braunfels Herald (Landa Street).................0.10 ’Tis the season for falling tree limbs Tree limb a eight cd bv moisture and blown by heavy wind- ap-more of ,* nui^m* *• than ., hazard when the come in * out a' f a p power line . arid ( at* h fir*- ,»( cording to a New Braunfels * M.i *• poke smart Boger Biggers terr; cr. i***. manager of fit#- ( t ii it ie*- aid In*-(AO surf, in* (dents that rn curred during Saturday s th un* ter storm were a * nm* iden* e and that h* 'Un-not intend to step uj> th*, treating program ot such overhangs It is not really a safety pre, blent -.aid Bigger Tuesday -r uff. mg It is more of a nuisance rn tha* it cause a hor* that result - rn a power Outage Biggers said that the .pong ca son Aith it-, wet and a md. weather is the time of ear , fi*-r. tr*-*- limbs ar*- most likely to come in contact with power im*- such (ident (J(, not \n> * a 'f.r*-.,' o,, p*-rties or r*- iden« * fie aKJ uni*- Hi*- heat a lr r the z re r au ed by the short allow tr,#- . re tt,r I he A(» cornpou * aOOOt • A e ha . * fries to trv to it year pp Ire*- taug ty after warn f’omroo: (,t o* jt r, Mar Iapartment (fie burning :• ja-r'A,r,r»«-i * *, away tfie igm Th*- utility-SIOK* for keen de Building activity increases in April tinuing drug awareness programs Hollis * ailed the need to improve salaries essential Following the m**etmg he admitted that some parents in the district probably will ta- concerned that the salary issue ranked higher in importance than other educational issues I think on the other side of the coin there tire See ClSD Page 2 B, OA JIO MA i Staff Writer Building a< 11 v 11y in Ne a Braurib-is continue on a -Tight upswing and appears to be at tempting to limo out of its .‘-ar long jump a tr th#- va. a- of April s permit*, jp more than ll it million over Apru I'rK*. s permit,■> It i- the ‘-cond month thu- far in UHT to -how a< ant increa-a-in con st rut turn permits issued The ITT permits issued by the Planning frepayment last month totaled si OK* J17 dnd included the go ahead f(,r the < on.^tru* (ion of IT new single fdnriiiv dwellings five new commercial buildings and permits for the construction ol th* city s two new fire stations Permit fees collected for April auiounted lo $4 >M and brought fiscal im 87 s total to Mb 4#r^ So in line with projected permit revenues for the current year of lad 'xxi with two months remain mg in the quarter The number of permits issued by category and their construe lion value were as follows IT single family residents Pts# oho seven residential addr bons alterations MU boo three residential carports garages IT 400 five commercial buildings SITT (xxi 7 non residential stru* tures S7T5 VH six commercial additions alterations Soot .too a structure other than building $15 HOO    one sign placement. $2 500    two mobile home placements no value and 87 out of scope items SBM).403 The city issued itself two per nuts last month at no emu allow for the cor, traction H 57o square !</,* ( entra; I lion and 12 ii * sqaure ti-,’ lune ti*,ad I-ire .substa'a, ( entraj Station .#> , $ ,21 Ifj) will ta- hunt b ( oast rue lion and the sure ai.e-*l at w l it* , r st meted bv HurwJeriK r. B . I he cit. * iae*! a permit construc tion of Assembl -( hurch to be Us ated a’ i * 81 Vt The owner was ii* Eltas ( Zunicka Af I >'#> leet total trie property * u some I'xj xx, after cornpieti Also issued las! fOuntf, permit to New Brauritei - I.-Mental Health arx! Mental dabcm co-owners of a la >11 North St tor a I a f*x,t addition to re- used a patient clinic tractor on the slrucbon and totaled Ut isa. The owra*rs and scope of the single tarilli v p* .t rnits issued Were as follow Owner Bud) s<barse brr ,t it self-contr ac tor 12.71 < lear a der St $72 «XX). 4 (/IT sq ft Owner JBJ Marin .-. idap Jerry Boh contractor , , Vista Parkway with fence $4., 1*,*, 2 1(90 scj ft - Owner JBJ Mn rtnership Jerry contractor 7h. Vista Parkway with ( Ii - ix<*) 2,050 sq ft Owners Bit*, and Ka*-d*-Mf ichterman M.'jhoney < ustorr, See **E RMITS Page 2 I he ktene jtd, is Ka* the perm cord rat tor ;