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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 9, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Canyon Lake business upset over newi By CRAIG HAMMETT    would not take a public position on “They mif Staff Writer    the election either wav and had nn mmIm ‘New Oral Sesquiean March ai, ■VOL 142, No. 216 defying Comal County for more then 142. ' w •'V    **    A    ; £>: * v v.; vw v;-.    -    •    mf    I .,..1 /isajfe, ■ ' *"#^1 ■ Uv‘Si -JJUHE WEEK - Ne w Braunfels trek* to Sequin, See Pacje SA r so-wesTnwici>i?/22/<-: 26^ E VAWELrUDRISHITO ;• *p.. if . jfp:    .    '■    - v -Si    '    M\S-    >■    I*    .    -f    *?:    :■ ■    ? "yM ’'    *    •    •    pa    ." ^    ^-EL1**80.    TX    79V0,v i     **    ——- 1 it G/\IVJr SJV •    ■■.'    I'fj.    ,    V    ‘f Ut Friday. Sept. 9.1994inside Obituariaa......  .V 3A Weather, ..................  3A Opinion....;...,.....;....   4A Sports Day......:.....................SA,    SA Stammtlsch ..................................SA Church Ufa :..........  1B.20 Archives Annonymous,.    -,3B Looking Back...............................3B Personals........................ 3B lite Marketplace ..........4B-8B ■■ '■ ■■.-fee*— River condition! Guadalupe River   .110 cfs Comal River  ........435 cfs * cfs - cubic feet per second SLimmtisch Birthday withal from tho Herald-Zoitung! The New Braunfels Herald-Zeiiung extends the following birthday wishes to; Ryan Kodan, Weldon Nance, Fabian Leal (8 years!), Norma Remmler, Amy Maldonado, Frank Munoz, Ashley Sanchez, Linda Adams, Genie Oliver, Ruby Self, Beat* rice Vidani, Belinda Barber, Lea la Bevilacqua, Gerald Hawes. Nowotny reunion set for Sept. 18 The Nowotny reunion will be held at Fischer's Hall at Fischer's Store on Sept. 18 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Those wishing to attend are asked to bring a main dish and a vegetable, salad or dessert, along with serving utensils. Plates, cups, tableware, iced tea and coffee will be furnished ■*"* ***' ■ ■■ ■ - r:.    i hor more tniormanon, write or call Doug Nowotny, 8206 Pilgrims Place, Austin, Texas 78759 (phone 512-331-1051). tow Braunfels BB PW o moat Wednesday The New Braunfels Business & Professional Women's Club will meet on Wednesday, Sept. 14 at the New Braunfels Holiday Inn at 6:45 p.m. Dinner will be served at 7 p.m., followed by a program presented by Dr. Michael Quad!arider, Chiropractor, entitled "The Working Woman and Her Back." For more information, contact Elaine Wells at 625-2947 or Ruby Boding at 625-7511. Heart of Texas cooking school set On Oct. 8 at 10:30 am, The Heart of Texas Cooking School will be presented at the Comal County Senior Citizens Center, 655 Lamia St in New Braunfels. Presented by cixiidng instructors Lenny Angel and Joan Lyons of San Antonio, this humorous and fast-paced show will send you back to your kitchen with some new ideas and enthusiasm, some new recipes, presentation tricks, and update you on new trends. Door prizes will also be awarded Tickets will cost SI and my be purchased at the Senior Citizens Center or the Comal County Extension Office. This class is sponsored by Pioneer Flour Mills, Bottler's Fiesta Spices, Chamal Cookware, The Senior Citizens Colter and the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. StammtisGh v- (The Braunfels HeraU-leitung invito* ii* rtadcrt lo submit turns lo Stammtitch. According to the Sophunbttrg Archives and numbers of th* German community, "Siarnmiisch" represents a sitting place for members of the community lo gather and share the day's happenings. We omit* jtou to with ufo This newsoaper is primed on ret newsprint By TECLO J. GARCIA Staff Writer    '    ' Heavy Thursday rains kept local emergency crews on the go responding to several local accidents. New Braunfels Police responded to a single car accident Thursday when a New Braunfels man's car hydroplaned off of Highway 46 and struck an Oak tree near FM 1863. Police said William Taylor Lee III was driving Bad weather "keeps emergency crews busy west cit 46 when he the back end of his car to lift off of the Oirface according to witnesses. The en wa. beginning it second full spin when it snuck the tree* about 11 a.m. Lee was taken to Brooke Army Medical Center in Sen Antonio by helicopter where he is listed in serious condition. New Braunfels Police reported several minor accidents and the Fire Department also responded to some minor calls. Fire Ll Frank Gonzales said personnel responded to 842 Star Loop after a report of a lightning strike. A strike on the house was confirmed. Gonzales said there was slight damage to the house and no injuries were reported. Officials have also reported th* theres been n6 low water crossing rescues dear*' dense down pours in certain Bees of the < The National Weather Service said only inches of ram hod fUlen in New thresh Tfc_^ day. h forecast s 50 peroertch*re cf more i*nf| today and a 30 percent charre on S*uiday.    J Herald-Zeitung weather Watchers, however, reported as much as thaw metes of refute thanes with the lowest report of niafell being more man one inch. It takes teamwork .V. ara CISD voter#to decide fete of bond proposal Weather could have impact on number of votes cast, officials say By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer Voters in the Comal Independent School District go to the polls tomorrow to decide the fate of a SI 7.5 million bond proposal to build new schools in the distnct. Finance Director Abel Clmpos said Staitzville Cafe - CC Pct. 5 Comal Elementary - CC Pets. 7,8, 27, CISD portions of 25 and 26, and CISD patrons living in Guadalupe Co. west of the Guadalupe River. Garden Ridge Municipal Complex -CC Pct.9and ll. Canyon High School - CC Pets. 16, 20, 22 and CISD patrons in Pets. 18 and 24 living in the Goodwin Primary and Frazier Elementary zones. Mountain Valley Elementary - CC Pets. 4,19, patrons in Pets. 18 and 24 living in the Mountain Valley Elementary attendance zone, and all CISD patrons in Hays Co. The bond would include funding for two intermediate schools (5th and evty.votingttttl.edl.WI    I*”4 - to yUconeinfect Ute mat in votes still outstanding as of anH nn« in CmitWtn Valiev >vf* *slA Hmekt-Zahung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Dnllnn Berry (sitting) and Keith Prlmroee watch at Zachary Setts practice kicking the toothed during this season's fir* Beg toothed practice * New Braunfels High School yesterday. Thursday. The bond election in 1993 had 1,054 vole early. Campos said weather could have an impact on voter turnout should rein continue fall Saturday. He saki a 20 percent turnout from district voters would be good. “We had about 22 percent in the last bond election, that would be good," said Campos, “The more people, the better.” Polls open at 7 a rn. and remain open until 7 p.m. Polling places are: Bulverde Elementary - Comal County Precinct IO and CISD patrons in Bexar County. Bill Brown Elementary - CC Pct. 6 and 21 ami CISD patrons in Kendall Co area and one in the Smithson Valley area, and the renovation of the old Canyon Middle School, which Superintendent Jerry Major said would involve about 95 percent new construction. The bond would also include seven cafeteria and three library expansions and mechanical renovations*several schools. Aband election million to build en in Stertzville toiled la* officials ny the new provide space tor the stude* population. The OSD has already pareedt measure for year-round schooling the bond toil, effective in 1995-96. NBISD eyes prospects for new elementary By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writ** Much of the focus on schools in the county has centered on the Comal Independent School District, where growth in student population has forced the district to consider a multi-million dollar bond issue for new schools. The New Braunfels Independent School District is experiencing growth as well, just not at the same pace as the CISD Supen mender* Charles Bradberry said the district is looking at future possibilities for bonds to build a new elementary near the Memorial schools area and additions to the high school. He said the bond would cover a three-year plan. “It would be a phascd-in process,” he said "The nigh school is the immediate need.” The high school topped die 1,600 mark this year because of the largest freshman class in history, 515 students. Bradberry said the seventh and eighth-grade groups should only increase that total. “We’ve stopped transfers, that reduced about 40 students and we’ve taken a strong stand on people who don't reside in the district." A study by Hamer and Associates of Austin said the New Braunfels area Is not experiencing the same level residential development over toe last tour years as it didin the mid-1980’s The birth rate has also leveled off after a large increase in the mid and late 1980s Bradberry said the dtotrict has experienced a steady growth akhough not on the level of the CISD. Younger children town those 1980s boom years are now moving through the district, mostly into the higher grades. "When I came here in 1983 we had 3,700 students. We now have around 5,700," he said. Mid-range student projections put the NBISD at 6,032 by the year 2002. High-range projections sit at 6,997 by that same year. “He (representative of Hamer and Associates) suggested slightly above the mid-level, about four percent,” said Bradberry. Bradberry said the district still has room for more residential development, especially in the southern portions and possibly stretching into Guadalupe County. * ‘Silent Hero’ to be recognized today fey TftCLO J. GARCIA Staff Writer New Braunfels 9-1-1 Senior Telecommunication* Operator Amelia Valadez will be recognized today as a SUe* Hero by the State in conjunction with 9-1-1 day in Texas. The Advisory Commission on State Emergency Communications celebrates the sixth annual day by showcasing the importance of 9-1-1 in helping Texans get the emergency assistance they need Valadez, who has taken calls as an emergency operator rn New Brmmfcls for 15 years, was nominated tor the award by Kelly Holder, Support Services Supervisor for the New Braunfels Police Department. “She has been an inspiration to all of us,” Holder said. Holder said Valadez has adapted to the changing technological environment during her fifteen years with the department “Before 9-1-1 came into effects they were just recognized as dispatchers,” Hold* said. “Its not jute stick. mg someone behind a radio nyoosci” The Silent Hero recognition piogren is to acknowledge the special contributions of teiecommunicators whose professionalism and daily performance of their (tines is an inspiration and example to others in tte fidd of emergency communication. Holder nominated Valadez for tire award la* i mer, but said she ii proud any mentber of her i. “It's a truly amazing job th* they do," Holder i Other members of the 9-1-1 tcfecomnaii*^ time of service staff ate; Cathy Rodriguez I Nealeigh (4), Rosa Linda De La Cento (4), I strong OX Kathleen Barton (2), Shelly Coutljiy (2), Jane Richter (I mo*h)and Tracey Black (I month). Several business people in the county, especially in the Canyon Lake area, are concerned that an editorial layout in an area newspaper may damage their business. In an editorial by the “HiU Country Trader," several businesses were portrayed ss sponsoring art article by CISD Board Member Douglas Kirk regarding the bond election. Several of the owners said they would not take a public position on the election either way and had no knowledge of the advertisements or the article. “We reserve our right to make a choice at the polls," said Glenn Wenzel of New Braunfels Pressure Washing. * One owner said he was concerned that business would be affected because people would perceive them ss taking a politic* stand. “We feel like it will," aid Vernon Clark of Starkville Dairy Queen. “They might to* porting this."    - V BUI Nitschke of fee publication sud there was a “misunderstanding” and that he sent letters to *1 of the businesses. An advertisement by the publication tan lh the/fen*-Zeitung listing 17 businesses as “neutral" in their position on the bond election and ti* ediiori* opinions are not eponeored by buaineo-es. “Then were bott article, ii the pipe,/ Poi nows, ndvertisihy or subscription information, call 625-9144 (Metro) ;