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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 14, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 8 New Braunfels HeraMZeitung May Judge Everybody should have a gun SAN ANTONIO AP Judge Anthony Ferro says he was never afraid during a gunbattle he had with an intruder at his home even though nine shots were Ferro escaped with only minor his wife was struck in the finger and the intruder escaped in the Sunday I never got said who presides over County Courtat Its the first gunfight Ive ever been I was in the but I never saw any it was Everybody should have a said Police are still looking for a man and a woman in connection the But Ferro said he was unable to get a good look at the alarmed at the sound of said they saw a man leave the Ferro home and jump into a car driven by a Ferro said he and his 38yearold wife Frances were watching television late Sunday when the doorbell The judge said a man dressed in a blue sweat suit was standing at tht begging to use the telephone because he said his car had broken The judge said he told his wife to get their cordless I was not expecting but I just felt said who went into the den and retrieved a When he returned to the living he the intruder had cut through the screen come inside and had a gun pointed at his He saw the gun I had and we started shooting at each Ferro He popped one off at me and I fired I think I might have hit Ferro said one bullet knocked him but lodged in his leather His wifes hand was also grazed during the The gunman fled after the judge was knocked to the floor by a Police later found eight spent 9mm shells on the floor of the Ferro was treated and released at a local Ferro was treated at the scene for a bruised Southwestern Telephone mtroduc five new Gag order slapped on Alderetes theft trial SAN ANTONIO AP A state district judge has issued a gag order in the trial of former city councilman Joe accused of thirddegree felony Judge Joe Chavarria imposed the order Monday on attorneys in the case and on Alderete as jury selec tion began for his Alderete was indicted in March and in April lost reelection to his fourth term on the city Prosecutors claim he solicited from Tesoro Petroleum Co in June 1980 for the San Antonio Neighborhood Youth Organization Alderete allegedly kept of the according to TELEHE P TELEHELP is a special informa tion program created by the employees at Southwestern Hell Weve designed it to pro vide answers to our customers questions as well as reaffirm our companys commitment Home security is somcl hing Uia concerns us in many people dont know how to pre pare for an emergency in This booklet gives you lips on how to do just Annoying phone calls can happen to anyone at But you dont always have to be a victim because I here area few steps you can take to deal with this nui We developed this booklet to tell you about Home wiring tells you how you can save money by installing new wiring or changing existing wiring in your own It also tells you about I he opt ions available If you would 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building program undertaken by the CISD was in 1974 when the district contained 2971 Since that the district has growri 58 with a present enrollment of 4707 Projected enrollment by 198990 is 6071 Your Taxes Your 1984 Total Tax is If Your Appraised Valufc is Agricultural Acreage Average Open Land AGE 65 OR OVER Your 1985 Estimated Tax Will be Difference Per Month per acre per acre per acre per acre A school district may not increase the total amount of ad valorem tax it imposes on your homestead Your Homestead Taxes Are Vote YES on School Bonds May 18 Our Children Need Your Vote New Smithson Valley High School A new school for students will be built in the Smithson Valley The current Smithson Val ley will become a middle school serving Smithson Valley and Canyon The school will have academic and vocational football and baseball fields and tennis Completion is expected by Smithson Valley Middle School Five new classrooms will be the building will be repaired and science labs insulation and floor covering Canyon High School Six new classrooms will be the main build ing will be insulated and floor covering re placed with a more efficient football and baseball fields will be a new physical edu cation facility will be and renovations and re pairs are New Canyon Middle School A new school for 800 students will be built in the Canyon High School The current Canyon Middle School will be sold and the proceeds used to offset the cost of the bonds and Frazier Elementary Four additional classrooms will be Major repairs include restrooms and kitchen PAID FOR BY COMAL Bulverde Elementary The current Bulverde Middle School will be con verted into an elementary school for grades Four new classrooms and a cafeteria will be Major renovations and repairs include floor and water and electric service Bulverde Primary Eight new classrooms are currently being con Major additions are a physical education facility and a Major repairs include insu lation and floor Mountain Valley Elementary Six new classrooms will be Major repairs include water and air condition ing Restrooms will be renovated and per manent walls will be Goodwin Primary Seven additional classrooms and a pyysical educa tion facility will be Major repairs will in clude the kitchen and Comal Elementary Ten new classrooms and a physical education fa cility will be Major repairs include the septic and a walkin freezer in the kit District Improvements Improvements include asphalt paving and BOOSTER BEENE AND COCHAIRMAN President 3ecretairy Lee Mfc Trustee Clay
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