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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 19, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                2A New Braunfels May Edwards seeks expanded power Public records The Edwards Underground Water District may soon have the authority to enforce rules concerning water quality in the Edwards The directors supported a resolution in Tuesdays meeting to delegate to the water district the responsibility of enforcing these rules created in a 1968 law to protect the water quality in the The responsibility of enforcement currently lies with the Texas Water Development The EUWD staff will continue negotiations with the the water development hopefully having a memorandum of understanding or other contract agreement to present to the board general manager Tom Fox Fox also reported that the in spection of hydrocarbon storage gasoline tanks probably will incur extra In other Mary the water districts attorney witli the firm of Fulbright told the directors that because Texas law has no provisions for permits for natural seeking a permit may not be recognized and probably would be denied by the Texas Budget hearings on NBISD agenda New Braunfels ISO trustees will approve the time and date of the special public hearing on the 1985 86 budget in their meeting at The board meets in the New Braunfels High School State law requires when the tax rate is increased more than 3 the school board must schedule a public hearing on the proposed The new tax rate proposed is This special hearing must be at least three days before a meeting that will approve the budget and set the tax School administrators will recommend the special hearing to be scheduled for June 3 and a special board meeting for June 6 for the purpose of passing next years budget and setting the tax Both meetings will convene in the high school Other items on the agenda in clude authorization for the ad vertising for bids on elementary school furniture and repairs to the roof of the old high school gym on Academy Another agenda item came about because new stale recommendations on licenced vocational nursing education include experience at sites other than Trustees will approve a cooperative agreement between the New Braunfels LVN program and Eden Home for the The board of trustees also will consider a request from the local Jehovah Witnesses group for use of a school cafeteria on Wed nesday or Thursday and Sunday during July and part of August for The church group has agreed in talks with the school ad ministrators to reimburse the district for any costs during this The only school cafeteria in use or under construction this summer will be Lamar School administrators They will recommend the board approve the request for Lamar Department of Water Natural recharge is the water that goes into the Edwards Aquifer now that the water district hoped to have permitted to protect it from other water rights Fox announced that the hearing before the Texas Water Commission for weather modification raincloud seeding permit will be scheduled 2 June 3 in Room 118 of the Stephen Austin Building in The board will make a final decision The board also approved transfer of from the general fund to the surface water development cheese giveaway Tuesday The Community Council of South Central Texas will issue Department of Agriculture cheese and butler to incomeeligible households 10 Community Council staff and volunteers will distribute the com modities at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish but all recipients must complete an application to determine eligibility and must bring identification andproof of Food stamp medicaid Aid for Dependent Children IAFDC eligibility social security award social Veterans Ad ministration or paycheck stubs can be used to establish income and The church has asked for no phone calls regarding details Community Council slaff can be reached al 625 CISD board meets Tuesday Cornal ISO Irustees will meet in regular session Monday and a special session with both meetings beginning at at Frazier The Tuesday night meeting was called to canvas the votes in Saturdays school bond which passed by almost a threeto one The canvassing cannol be done on due to the ab sence of the districts financial ad Floyd In Monday nights regular trustees will hear a request to permit five seniors who did not pass all parts of the Texas Assessment of Basic Skills Test to District policy requires all graduating seniors pass this but the policy will not be mandated by state law until Administrators will also present reports on the bond the bi districts secretaries the district employees and summer school Trustees will consider purchasing athletic lockers for Smithson Valley and Canyon high and will hear a sludenl transfer request for the 198586 school Recommendations for student insurance will be presented to the along with a for district participation in the Adult Basic Education The board will also be presented with a resolution Monday night honoring the Smithson Valley High School in recognition of its first sweepstakes win in University In tcrscholastic League competition this Calendar of Events Government Comal ISD trustees regular Monday vote Both meetings at Frazier Comal Appraisal District 644 Loop New Braunfels ISD trustees New Braunfels High School Organizations VFW Post 7110 and Auxiliary installation and awards 4 Sunday not as listed Arion awards clarified In the story concerning the Canyon High music awards which appeared the winners of the Arion awards were listed Teresa Pinson won the Arion award for while Teresa Moehrig captured the Arion award for Were sorry for the post 600 Republican Women of New Braunfels 10 Dit tlinger Memorial Comal County Child Welfare Board noon Holiday Inn Gazebo Overeaters Anonymous 6 511 North New Braunfels High Building Trades open 7 1423 Heather Site is house the class built this New Braunfels MixTexas Symphony 407 TOPS Take Off Pounds Laurel Plaza recreation Masonic Lodge 7 lodge Catholic Daughters 24 Ridge Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary Eagles Narcotics Anonymous 8 Our of Perpetual Help II you would like to announce your groups activities in the call us at 6259144 or send us a notice to Drawer New Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 the day before Deadline for Sunday editions is A Family Centered YTOlJCOME OUB CBlWCa CAM BE YOUR HOME 6250775 1465 IH 35 Advertise it in the HERALD CLASSIFIEDS 6959144 Congratuations You Clown I Deliver HUTZ EKfiEL Balloons for an unforgettable graduation gift send Monkey T with one dozen balloons onlylO00 vM SCHUTZ ENGEL 653 Seguin 6295651 CONVICTIONS 22nd District Court Charles presiding judge Connie Franklin Box New welfare reduced to a Class A placed on probation for three mon and ordered to pay in Arthur Denis 2111 Copper San possession of a controlled substance methatn sentenced to four years in the Texas Department of Correction probated for four Richard Lynn 11050 Woodmeadow possession of marijuana with intent to 10 years and a County CourtatLaw Ron presiding judge Craig 508 Driving While Intoxicated drivers license suspended for one three days in jail with credit for time and a Rory 1177 Driving While License Suspended three days in jail with and a Michael 305 60 days in probated for two and a Leo Daniel Jambcrs 12395 FM 60 days in probated for two and a Fernando Com 30 days in drivers license and a Virgel Bearl Box 60 days in probated for two and a David Anthony 2170 Thousand Oaks San 60 days in Kenneth David 205 Westchester 60 days in Lucio Moreles 2182 San seven days in jail on drivers license suspended for one and a John 845 Highway 81 West three days in jail with and a Fulgencia Caballero Route Box New 60 days in probated for two and a Michael Dee 1456 Post Deaths John Keyes Funeral services for John Keyes of 820 Encino be at 10 Tuesday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Harold Zirkel of Burial will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial died May 18 at Colonial Manor Nursing The son of Esther nee Collier and Paul Hunt he was born March 1909 in After he served in the armed forces during World War he married Mary Fox Greenland in He worked as a furniture manufac turers and moved to New Braunfels 32 years He belonged to the First United Methodist Church POOL Free Federal Consumer Information Catalog Dept Colorado 81009 Our will st low you lo make your rnoie Inn and less wu K Bring your pool to At T Bar M May 28th 71 Opm By Noram Aboveground Pools Computer Water Analysis Pool Chemicals South New Braunlels miles on Engel Rd oil IH 35 Real Estate Classifieds 6259144 drivers license suspended for one three days in jail with and a Steve 163 Garden San three days in jail with drivers license suspended for one and a Quintiliano Route Box three days in jail with and a Mark 1217 three days in jail with and a Karl Star Route Box Canyon disorderly 10 days in jail with Edward 225 Live three days in jail with and a Hector 643 three days in jail with and a Juan Route Box San three days in jail with and a Robert William 27925 Papoose resisting a Baudelio Reina 892 Torry three days in jail on the drivers license and a Mario 741 Samuels 60 days in probated for two and a Steven Lester Route Box Canyon 60 days in probated for two and a Joe Wayne 105 60 days in probated for two and a Charles Edmund 5220 Kings 60 days in probated for two and a Roberto 2136 Interstate 35 East Lot 60 days in probated for two and a Michael 103 three days in jail with and a James Meindl 3808 Manor 60 days in probated for two and a Fred Landa Trailer three days in jail with and a MARRIAGES County Clerks Office Harry Franklin Jameson and Pamela Lynn of New Survivors include his Mary Keyes of New and a Patricia Keyes of Memorials may be sent to the First United Methodist Church of New John Krause Funeral services for John Krause of 396 Academy will be at 4 Monday at the First United Methodist Church with the Harold Zirkel Burial will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial died May 18 at McKenna Memorial HeraldZeitung USPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Kramer General Manager Claude Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Robert Dave Kramer Advertising Cheryl McCampbell Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David Editor Patricia YznagaKing Wire Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one Mail delivery outside Comal In Texas 3 months 6 one year Mail outside Texas 6 one year Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New Braunf TX David Miller Hankins and Judy Fusion Gary Robert Lyons and Diana Edwards Randy Doyn McWhirter and Judith Dodd Roberto Cantu and Isabel Elmer Herman Bruggeman and Viola Latham Richard McFarland and Pamela Jean Randall William Roecker and Tina Marie Leonardo Gamez and Mary Ida DIVORCES 22nd District Court Charles presiding judge Josephine and Charles and Charlotle 274th District Court Fred presiding judge Maria Guadalupe and Jose Melanie and Gerald Reatha and Jack Diana and Dennis County CourtatLaw Ron presiding judge Dianne and George Eva and Roger FELONIES Justice of the Precinct 1 Harold presiding Frank Ray Box theft over bul less lhan BIRTHS McKenna Memorial Hospital Roger and Mary 154 Waler 5 15 May Felix and Elsa Route Box 441 New 8 7 May Mike and Angela 2800 Windgate 7 1 May Paul and Susan 659 Canyon 8 3 May John and Elaine 6811 Caslile San 7 9 May Robert and Mary 496 7 May Renee and Holly Route Box 7 13 May Jay and Denise 262 Cedar 9 6 May Lenel and Blanca 444 7 4 May Earl and Debra Route Box New 7 8 May Michael and Gloria 140 Caddell 7 2 May Alvin and Gwendolyn 120 7 9 May Gordon and Esmeralda 906 8 14 May Outoftown Born to Angela and Marcia nee Soechting 8 10 May Methodisl Hospital in Maternal grandmother is Helen Sermas of Paternal grandparents are and Henry Soechting of New Guaranteed as 10 interest Insured Corlilicjilcs 01 Deposit J Insured federal Income Taxfree Municipal Bonds may be subiecl lo stale 01 local taxes IRA And KEOGH Relirement Plans Based on Arated Bonds J Current name is available through your local Edward Jones Federal regulations require a substantial interest penalty tor early Stan Cunningham 10QQ Walnut Suite F New 78130 1294015 UPSfe   

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