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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 19BB Snowmans best friend Snow seems to bring out the artist in as these two creations this snowman on LESLIE ZEITUNG Inspiration Drive sports a muffler and a wooden snowmen everywhere need a faithful snowdog to sit at their like this cool pooch on Avenue these creations wont last much as temperatures were to climb to the 50s by Wednesday Murder suspect arrested here A man wanted in connection the stabbing death of a San Antonio man was arrested last week by New Braunfels police for driving a stolen William Clinton Maxwell tried to evade arrest around noon as he entered the city limits on River but officer Martin Mayer stopped him after a short pursuit Loop to Rock a police investigator A River Road merchant had alerted police when a suspicious car drove slowly through the merchants parking The drivers eyes had looked the merchant had told and the businessman gave a license When New Braunfels police checked the license they Found the car was reported stolen from San The car had been stolen at a convenience store while its driver went in to pay for gas and left his car But they have this thing called crime analysis in When the police put a crime into the the data processor who does that looks for and he noticed the descriptions on this man that stole the car and a murder suspect as being very down to a scar on the So with the stolen car they told us we might have a murder Detective Ray Douglas Maxwell was wanted in connection the fatal stabbing of 40yearold Guillermo Torrez Gomez and his rommmate had picked up Maxwell at a downtown San Antonio bus station and taken him to their apartment at 8451 Country Village san The roommate left and when he he found Gomez stabbed and Maxwell There was evidence of a violent struggle in the San Antonio police Homocide Jack Summey picked up Maxwell on the murder magistrated him before municipal Judge David and took him back to San Antonio since he could not post the bond Douglas said that the unauthorized use of a motor vehicle charge will be filed on him here in Comal County pending the outcome on the murder Maxwell win not be going anywhere they will have a warrant on him from TDC for a parole violation because he Is on Medical Respiratory Equipment Specialists All Pharmacy Services 6257777 We Deliver Setup 353 Landa New Weather College student to monitor Bunker Road railroad crossing By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Comal ISD bus service across the Bunker Road railroad crossing could begin as early as thanks to a trial patrol program approved by trustees Monday Bill Brown said a female college student who lives in the Deer Park subdivision is willing to accept the job of monitoring the crossing before and after Her name is Bonita and her job is to be at the tracks twice a day to tell the bus driver if its safe to cross the She will be paid for two hours of work per day at per Located off FM 482 near Comal Elementary the Bunker Road railroad crossing has turned into a barrier for school buses and the Deer Park subdivision on Bunker There are five tracks at the four of which are called switch tracks where railroad cars are often Lack of visibility and state laws preventing school buses from stopping on railroad tracks have kept CISD buses from serving about 10 children on the other Monday trustees decided to use Brumfield as the bus drivers eyes on a trial basis for 30 and see how the concept Harvey CISD transportation said bus routes have been altered so that only those students who live in the subdivision will be on the bus when it crosses the tracks both times during the Pape also said he thought the patrol program could be im plemented by Trustee Bill Hays wanted to know if there were other similar situations within the district where buses dont go directly into the subdivision to let kids Pape said there were ap proximately nine or ten instances where the buses cant get into a mostly due to steep grades or Leroy board said the district would continue to seek changes in the crossings index and possibly using that number to secure fundng for more sophisticated signals at the Bunker Road Index numbers are derived from the average daily number of train moves per speed of existing protection equipment and the number of accidents for the past five If the Bunker Road crossing were it could possibly qualify for funding by the state Department of Highways and passive grade crossing traffic control crossbuck signs are displayed at the Bunker Road T DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Felipe Third Seele Elementary Turtle CISD Employee of the Month Sue Comal ISOs Employee of the Month for supports two families her and her school Shes an aide for the Early Childhood for the Handicapped unit at Bulverde where she works with handicapped students ages three to Working with the units Tuttles tasks range from assisting with speech and language development to conducting daily physical and occupational therapy exercises prescribed by Some of the kids have really she It makes me feel good to see Turtle says she has trouble tying patient in working with handicapped but her principal and other teachers might nave difficulty believing Her patience with children is a coworker A Bulverde resident for eight Tuttle worked at the school as her three children went through the early She mas been a sub stitute homeroom mother and secretary of the ParentTeacher as well as teaching a Sunday school class at her In addition to her her key attributes are described as a ready smile and a genuine love for Texas A tew thundtirshowers m tar South Texas were the Slates only inclement weather eaiiy but a few reminders frum last weekends snowstorm still remained A travelers advisory was issued for the Permian Basin around Midland ut roads that remained icy A tew tnundershowers moved into the lower valley from northern Mexico this Clouds blanketed the southern up of the state and extended northeastwaia through the coastal plains to the middle Texas Scattered high cloudiness summed Hu skies of Central Texas while the northern half or the state was mostly clear A ridge of high pressure extended iron eastern Oklahoma southwesiwaid iiuc Genual TtiAiih Tinricujt shitnny bltjwly tiiKilWiUQ iii fi OW Mtjr 111 weal 1 iintl Mexico Ligin imrtn winds wun fuiajriutt ihu ll ItVUUjpllUJ iiilUlhWLMil halt ot low pressure Htuiyl winds 5 Ui 35 miles an Temperatures early this i 20s across the north wit section and 4Us in the am uui 111 West Texas Dining weie in the 3IJs in tin Texas forecasts NORTH TEXAS Chance for showers east Continued cloudy and colder Wednesday with thunderstorms Lows tonight fiom about 30 noithwest to the upper 40s Highs Wednesday from about 40 northwest to about 60 southeast SOUTH Mostly cloudy tonight and Wednesday with a chance of showers Cool temperatures Turning colder north Wednesday Lows tonight in tne 40s to near 50 Highs Wednesday in the 50s noith ami 60s south Temperatures falling into the 40s northwest Wednesday afternoon WEST TEXAS Coldet highs liom 41 in the Panhandle to near 60 in the Big Lows tonight from 18 in the mountains to ui the Panhandle to 34 south The Nation Warnings ill hniui with wind chills of 60 ueluw ami loot deep snow were posted today tor pans of the Great Lakes and Ohm Valley A heavy snow warning lor 8 inches to a tool ot snow was in elleit aouss extreme noithiMst Ohio and mn Invest Pennsylvania A travelers warning lor up to 3 inches of snow was posted loi the western two thuds ol Pennsylvania Smiw prompted travelers Winnings also weie issued in Michigan and Nuvti nik Uillei rolil hit the Gieat Lakes and Ohio Valley legions wild expected chill indents of low as 60 below en in uinei Michigan and chill ul JO JHID common oooss ilte southern Great Lakes western Pennsylvania ami thimigh ihe cvnual Ap palachian Mountains As much as 5 inches ul snow was Kwcast lor jhe noithem mountains ol West Snuw that melted then iced roadways in Kentucky hazardous driving conditions Fufl spiuad ovii mnii Nuithwosi coast Shuwurs l California and the The extremes weie 23 at Anianllu and 45 degrees ai McAllei For the National Wutithut Service said tar Suuth Ttixas would be ciuudy with chance ui snowers Elsewhere it uhould or partly ciuudy and mil quite aii eluuwhuiu Atieinuon temperatures wuie expected in range troni the uppei 4Us tu the upptii bus siaiteied from eastern Washington across noiihvin Idaho and lujh rain spmadovai extreme southern lexasand siiuihurn Honda GenuMlly Ian 10 skies prevailed jooss the around he nation at 2 j m fcSI tiinguu troin 17 degrees below eio at IntmnaiiuMal to 7t at Key West Hu Textbooks on display at CISD All stateapproved up for adoption in will be on display at the Comal ISD board room beginning Thursday QSD natrons are invited to inspect the books at the CISD Administration 1421 81 from 8 to each working The district will adopt one or more text book in each subject area up for The display will be open 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