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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 10, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas October CISD superintendent creates advisory group By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Comal ISO Superintendent Bill Brown has created an advisory committee to serve as a communication tool between all departments from administrators to maintenance Approximately 35 members attended an organizational meeting Representatives from each campus and department were selected by their peers to serve on the I didnt pick I didnt want Brown You get a lot of criticism that because people claim the committees There needs to be good communication between my office and every factor of the districts he This is something I wanted to do a long time But the bond issue took first The CISD committee is scheduled to meet monthly at various locations throughout the Committee members will have an opportunity to express their opinions and ask including those submitted by others in their A complete report of all questions and responses will be after each Copies will then be distributed to committee central staft administration and school board This isnt a place to destroy someones Its a place to Brown Questions get but they may not always be the answers they want to After Tuesdays Brown said he got a lot of positive comments from committee Some came up to me and said we had needed something like this in the district a long and they were willing to serve as long as its he All I did at the first meeting was walk them through and asked them to get feedback from their campus or If they want to do were going to do he added Im willing to take my They indicated thej Brown set up a similar advisory committee in Caldwell ISO when he was superintendent To give an Brown we had a constant gripe about tne teachers restrooms there never was any toilet paper We checked it and the man who was putting the toilet paper in the restrooms turned out to be a thief He d put it but come back later and take it That probably sounds silly and he but everything is taken If something keeps coming theres usually a Once the CISD committee is organized and a president and vicepresident have been Brown said his role will undergo a slight What Ill do after officers have been Ill become a resource Ill get people to them to answer the and thats how this thing works he Students turn themselves in for theft By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer Two 17yearold high school students turned themselves in earlier this week for theft of between and Eric Nathan and Steven both students at Churchill High School in San accompanied by their were arrested and released on The boys allegedly stole a collection jar containing about from Gabys of Canyon Chief Deputy Brian John The theft occurred a month The money was being collected for Amanda the little girl in jured with burning gasoline in a freak Gabys Gil The incident occurred when a number of people were in the Two boys came in and ordered food and left the A few minutes later one of them came took the jar and ran jumping into a car through the the owner of the restaurant Reyna chased the car and got the license The deputy who went out there took the information from Sheriffs Investigator Dennis Koepp But Reyna decided to find the boys Reyna said he is a retired police officer from the San Antonio Police I found out the car belonged to a man in San Antonio and when I called he said the car had been traded in for a new Reyna Reyna then contacted the dealership where the car was A few hours after that phone the boys called him back and said they would bring the money They returned the money about three days after the Reyna One boy still had of the the other wrote out a check for the Reyna He called Deputy Ed Mullins when the boys came in to turn in the Reyna and Koepp did not know why the boys were not arrested and charged when they turned in the Reyna said he was still pressing charges even though the money had been returned shortly after the in cident because he felt the boys needed to realize it was a Koepp said theft between is a Class B I would drop the charges if they made a substantial contribution for and if the dads made the boys work it Reyna Weather Texas weather Rainsoaked West Texas today received relief from heavy storms that resulted from a Mexican but fog shrouded parts of the Panhandle and Permian The National Weather Service has cancelled its flash flood watch for West Texas as the remains of Hurricane Waldo But a cold front carrying polar air produced widespread thunderstorms as it rolled through warm tropical Visibilities in the Panhandle and the Permian Basin were limited to between 3 and 5 The front stretched from the Wichita Falls area southwestward to Lamesa and Winds north of the front were northerly at 10 to 20 producing wind chill indexes in the 30s and Readings across the rest of the state were generally in the Winds were light and south westerly over the TransPecos and Permian Basin and south southeast at around 10 mph Extreme readings were 38 degrees in Amarillo and 79 at several points in South Rain was patchy across the Panhandle and South Scat tered thunderstorms extended from the Red River near Wichita Falls south to Abilene and The weather service said the heaviest thunderstorms were located just east of Ballinger and near with other storms scattered across Southwest Texas from near Ozona to Heavy showers and thunderstorms were widely scattered over the northeast some about 30 miles A flash flood watch canceled for West Texas should continue over northwestern Showers and some very were expected over Northwest Rain and scattered thunderstorms were expected elsewhere with highs in the 70s and Highs should only reach the 50s in most areas of the High Plains under cloudy Extended forecasts South TexasPartly cloudy warm and humid Mostly cloudy Sunday with a chance of thun dershowers Decreasing clouds turning cooler north Sunday night and most sections rind vcur Silver I iiiiiiu SAMIS m JiWELRY 173 Seguin New Braunfels 6253325 OR CHARGE HvraldZtltuii USPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 625 9144 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 Dave Susan Editor Claude Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Sandi Mgr Cheryl Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Fdtor David Edito Patricia YznagaKing Wre 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 New TX At the wheel A student at Lamar School plays at the wheel of a Fire Department Fire Department LESLIE workers have been speaking to students about fire safety to promote Fire Safety Metrocom cities plan meeting The cities of the Randolph Metrocom will meet in open session at 7 tonight at the Samuel Clemens High School This the first ever in the state of is through the efforts of the Greater Randopph Aceu Chambsr of com The cities of the Randolph Metrocom are those outside the Loop 410 and between Interstate 35 and Interstate with Randolph Air Force Base as the The cities are Live Con Universal Garden Cibolo and Unique to this type meeting is that the full council of each city will be in session and act but on a number of issues dealing with economi development in the gateway to the AustinSan An tonio Before action on any the public and the city councils will hear presentations from Lynne Hospital Corporation of America and Stephanie San Antonio Economic Development A key item on the agenda is a presentation by Bill president of the Greater Randolph Area Chamber of Chadwick assumed his new duties as president on Before his position here he was with the East Texas Chamber of Commerce at Other agenda items included are funding procedures for General Law new requirements for over time pay for Texas the Texas Water and VIA Bus Frank president of Federated National Bank and a member of the Randolph Economic Development Committee of the Randolph will be the Samuel Clemens High School is locatsf at 1001 Eibel mile southwest of FM 3009 in Births and Juan Route Box New 7 and Frank Star Route Box New 7 11 and Michael 1320 Winding 7 3 and Fernando 204 7 5 and Rodney 416 Klein 8 4 1 Most modern home video games and com puters need little energy because they are made with tiny solid state parts and These electronic miracle makers can bring music and in one into your home for a few pennies a Although entertainment appliances need less energy than most people would they do use Here are some suggestions for saving energy and Color televisions use more power than black and white and the larger the the more energy it 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