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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 16, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels July Marion Council amends ordinances to increase fines r i M t 35tf t Taking a shot Youngsters from across the state gathered at the baseball field at New Braunfels High School Monday to take their chance at the big Chuck Cincinnati Reds scouting con ducted open tryouts for the baseball LaMar discusses what is expected of infielders during the At youngsters wait with an ticipation for their See related story and photos on Page DERYL HZEITUNG By SARAH DUKE Staff writer MARION City Council members voted unanimously Monday night to amend all city ordinances raising maximum fines from to All were doing is bringing our regulations in line with state said Councilman Odis Recent legislation allows cities to increase maximum It amending ordinances is just giving more leeway to the city in dealing with said Mayor Clarence The council also amended the junked car ordinance to decrease the time allowed for removal of cars from 120 to 45 After protests from Councilman Charles the council voted three to one to approve an amend ment to the nuisance The amendment requires residents to remove doors from or lock aban donded I think this is just going too Schulz I have sense enough to take care of my own The council considered action on a livestock Marion now has no ordinance governing livestock and fowl within the city The mayor said several persons have complained about livestock in particularly I think the way the town is growing and the way people are not taking care of their I would say this a livestock ordinance is something we might Shulz But I think we need to study this further before we jump into The council voted to reconsider a livestock ordinance after a study has been made into legal Councilmembers will use Seguins livestock ordinance as a In other the mayor suggested the council consider the drainage problems made evident by recent He recommended council members tour the city to view water standing in The mayor said the problem is a major one and will probably be put on the next council More fetal deaths linked to cheese LOS ANGELES AP The toll of deaths and stillbirths linked to a bacteria found in tainted cheese rose to 64 as county health officials blamed the bacterial infection for two more fetal the disease caused by the was detected in four additional Los Angelesarea mothers and their newborns and in a 39year old man with a chronic health department spokeswoman Myrtha Woolley said Second parent arrested AUSTIN AP A second man from the mostwanted lists of parents delinquent in child support payments has been Attorney General Jim Mattox announced Monday that Daniel was arrested following tips from neighbors who said Soto was The attorney general last week announced the program under which names of mostwanted suspects are being made public in five Those on the list are chronically delinquent in child support Mattox On the day the program was authorities arrested a Fort Worth Soto was arrested late Mattox said adding that the man allegedly owed in support Mattox said another man on the San Antonio list saw his name and voluntarily contacted the attorney generals regional paying Investigators blame some of the listeriosis deaths in California and six other states on a bacteriatainted Mexicanstyle Two types of cheese found to be tainted with the Listeria monocytogenes germs have been the elderly and those with chronic illness are particularly susceptible to the two strains of which have been detected so YOUR DECISION IS EASIER have new laws which made the Intox icated driver more responsi ble for his or her The back doors In the criminal justice system which allow ed repeat offenders to escape meaningful punish ment have bean DONT DRIVE INTOXICATED Calendar of Events Government Comal County Commissioners Court 2 Open bids on new River Advisory Board 5 Parks and Recreation office for trip down Guadalupe Comal ISO Frazier Schertz City Council 8 city Cibilo City Council Cibilo City Seguin City Council 5 Seguin City Organizations New Braunfels Duplicate Bridge Club 1 community New Braunfels National TOPS Take Off Pounds Laurel Plaza recreation Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary Eagles New Braunjels Iris Society 1206 German American Society Sommerfest at 6 Loghaus Heritage Chorale rehearsal Seele Hall Adult Children of Alcoholics 8 24 Hour 74 Narcotics Anonymous 9 Our Lady of Perpetual Help 138 Toastmasters 7 Summit 2405IH 35 Comal County Mechanical Association Eagles American Association of Retired Persons 9 Senior Citizens 142 Comal New Braunfels Jaycees lunch Eagles Comal County Fair Association county For directors and If 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 Incident location identified A July 12 story about a 6yearold San Antonio boy almost drowning in the Comal River stated that he was underwater at the Tube Pablo Garcia was rescued by witnesses at Hinman which is upstream from the According to Tube Chute lifeguard Dib the incident reported to one of the Chutes gatekeepers and Waldrip called the Four lifeguards went to Hinman but by the time they got a bystander was administering cardio pulminary Garcia was breathing by the time the EMS He was transferred from McKenna Memorial Hospital to Santa Rosa Childrens Hospital in San By Friday Garcia was reported doing fine and was sitting up in He has since been released from the Parks Director David Whatley said the boy was near the steps where the Old Comal and the Comal come together at Hinman in the i ncspirmury Specialists Equipment AH Pharmacy Services 6257777 We Deliver Mew Setup Jf Jf Kr Books Thursday July 18 James Haley author of f f An Album of History featuring over 200 rare photographs will be there to autograph meet greet anyone who wants to talk about Texas History jR JP jpi mi m in JPK jn nr 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 Susan Editor Claude Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Sandi Cheryl Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus 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 Coma In Texas 3 months 6 one year Mail outside Texas 6 one year Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New
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