New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 15, 1985, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 15, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas LISI IE KRIEWALDT HERALD ZETTUNG Snowman's best friend Snow seems to bring out The artist in people, as These two creations show Left, This snowman on Inspiration Drive sports a muffler and holds a wooden spoon Right, snowmen everywhere need a faithful snowdog to sit at their sides, like this cool pooch on Avenue A Unfortunately, these creations won't last much longer, as temperatures were to climb to the 50s by Wednesday afternoon. Murder suspect arrested here A man wanted in connection with . the stabbing death of a Jian Antonio man was arrested last week by New Braunfels police for driving a stolen vehicle William Clinton Maxwell Jr., 25. tried to evade arrest around noon as he entered the city limits on River Road, but officer Martin Mater stopped him after a short pursuit 4o*t. I Atop .TTT to Rock Street, a police investigator said A River Road merchant had alerted police when a suspicious car drove slowly through the merchant’s parking UA The driver's eyes had looked glassy the merchant had told police and the businessman gave a license number. When New Braunfels police checked the license number they found the car was reported stolen from San Antonio The car had been stolen at a convenience store while its driver went in to pay for gas and left his car running But they have this thing called crime analysis in SA PH When the police put a crime into the computer, the data processor who does that looks for similarities, and he noticed the descriptions on this man that stole the car and a murder suspect as being very similar, down to a scar on the cheek •So with the stolen car warrant, they told us we might have a murder suspect.” Detective Ray Douglas said Maxwell was wanted in connection the fatal stabbing of 40-year-old Guillermo Torrez Gomez 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 I .ane. san Antonio. The roommate left and when he returned, he found Gomez stabbed and Maxwell gone There was evidence of a violent struggle in the apartment San Antonio police Homocide LL Jack Summey picked up Maxwell on the murder warrant, magistrated him before munic ipal Judge David Perkins, and took him back to San College student to monitor Bunker Road railroad crossing Bv DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Comal ISI) bus service across the Bunker Road railroad crossing could begin as early as Wednesday, thanks to a trial patrol program approved by trustees Monday night Supt 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 school Her name is Bonita Brumfield, and her job is to be at the tracks twice a day to tell the bus driver if it s safe to cross the tracks She will be paid for two hours of work per day at ta per hour. I .orated off PM 482 near Comal Elementary School, the Bunker Road railroad crossing has turned into a barrier for school buses and the Deer Park subdivision on Bunker Road There are five tracks at the crossing, four of which are called switch” tracks where railroad cars are often parked lack (rf visibility and state laws preventing school buses from slopping on railroad tracks have kept CIS!) buses from serving about IO children on the other side Monday night, trustees decided to use Brumfield as the bus driver's eyes” on a trial basis for IM) days and see how the concept works Harvey Pape. CXSD transportation manager, said bus routes have been altered slightly. so that only those student" who live in the subdivision will be on the bus when it crosses the tracks both times during the day. Rape also said he thought the patrol program could be implemented by Wednesday Trustee BUI Hays wanted to know lf there were other similar situations within the district where buses don't go directly into the subdivision to let kids off Rape said there were ap proximately nine or ten instances where the buses can’t get into a subdivision, mostly due to steep grades or hills I*eroy Goodwin, board president, said the district would continue to seek changes in the crossing s index number, and possibly using that number to secure fundng for more sophisticated signals at the Bunker Road crossing Index numbers are derived from the average daily traffic number of train moves per day. speed of trains, existing protection equipment and the number of accidents for the past five years If the Bunker Road crossing were re-evaluated, it could possibly qualify for funding by the state Department of Highways and Transportation Currently passive grade crossing traffic control crossbuck signs are displayed at the Bunker Road crossing Tuttle Cl SD 'Employee of the Month' Sue Tuttle Coroa! ISD’* Employee of the Month for January supports two families — her own. and her school famil y. Shes an aide for the Early Childhood for the Handicapped unit at Bulverde Elementary, where she works with handicapped students ages three to five Working with the unit s teacher, Tuttle's tasks range from assisting with speech and language development to conducting daily physical and occupational therapy exercises prescribed by consultants Some of the kids have really progressed,” she said It makes me feel good to see successes ‘ Tuttle says she has trouble being patient in working with handicapped children, fait her principal and other leachers might have difficulty believing that "Her patience with children is fantastic ” a co-worker said A Bulverde resident few eight years. Tuttle worked at the school as her three children went through the early grades aw mas been a substitute teacher, homeroom mother and secretary of the Parent-Teaeher Orgaruzation. as well as teaching a Sunday school class at her church In addition lo her patience her key attributes are described as a ready smile and a genuine love for people Textbooks on display at CISD All state-approved textbooks up for adoption on lMb-flfc will be on display at the Comal ISO board room beginning Thursday CISD patron* are uiyttedjo inspect the books at the CISD Administration Office 1421 Hwy ll E.. from 8 a.m to 4 30 p.m each working day The district will adopt one or more tnt- AS^jjPCajd-Zritun* . KHIM ^—-l.'IL ... ■ . «———-r-— - .... Antonio since he could not post the 150.800 bond set. Douglas said that the unauthorized use of a motor vehicle charge will be filed on him bere in Comal County also. pending the outcome on the murder charge. 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