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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 410 TEXAS 75245 255 Sports NB soccer team beats Churchill See Page 12A Canyon Canyon Edwards down Canyon Lake down Local Cheer Fund seeks donations See below Children send letters to page 1B New Braunfels Sunday December Now Texas 50 Cents 84 5 Sections Warrant out on beer seller Staff writer In what County Attorney Bill Reimer called the grossest liquor violation hes seen in 10 an arrest warrant has been issued against a local beer house owner or allegedly selling alcohol to a Last a 15yearold boy wrote two checks one for a and another for to buy four kegs of beer from a local beer A month the beer business attempted to file hot check charges against the youth with the County Attorney Reimer said he wasnt made aware of the offenders age until deputies went to arrest Of they didnt tell us he was a but the price he its evident they hit him with a sur charge because they knew he was Reimer They knew it was an illegal then they tried to use the County Attorneys Office to help them enforce their own criminal That takes a lot of he add Bill owner of Bills Beer Depot at 1195 San used the word outrageous to describe the price Over for four kegs of I wouldnt do that to my own worst White At the I get a keg and thats with the works tap and A random sampling of wholesale beer prices in New Braunfels did show the cost of a 16gallon keg averages about Most deposits also run in the neighborhood of per The crime committed here is more by the establishments name than the Reimer The beer was sold at an extrahigh and they lied to me by omis Anytime I find this type of action See Page 16A County gets praise in Staff writer The enforcement of drivingwhile intoxicated laws in Comal County works reasonably well according to a recent The study was conducted by a team at the Lyndon Johnson School of Public Affairs in Austin which gathered information on eight coun ties in February and March of this The DWI system in Comal County works reasonably well in all aspects of health and ad ministration and public informa the study The roles of County Attorney Bill Reimer and County Judge Ronald Zipp who was on the bench until he resigned in August seem pivotal in the success of the system and are recognized as such by all the concerned Consistency and fairness in the ad judication process were the major contributions the research team credited to former county courtat law judge Zipp and as well as trying to keep open lines of com munication with all agencies involv Their personalities play an im portant role in the public information aspect as as they work to main tain a credible reputation for the countys DWI the study The study also found the adult pro bation though under funded for all the work the new law created for extremely effec tive and crucial in the education and treatment aspects of DWI The which used indepth in terviews with elected employees of county agencies and departments involved in the DWI also used statistics gathered from county computers or counted See Page 16A Defeated New Braunfels football players console each other after losing to Tomball Saturday in the LESLIE Class 4A semifinal game in Spring near See 11 State OKs plan to isolate AIDS AUSTIN APi A divided Texas Board of Ftealth gave tentative ap proval Saturday to a controversial plan to allow the quarantine of in corrigible AIDS victims who become a public health The board voted 125 to publish the proposed rule and take public com A hearing was set in Austin for Board chairman Ron Anderson of Dallas opposed the Its not really scientifically what will help us very he Also the board tentative ly approved a rule that would require tags on the bodies of people killed by AIDS or certain other contagious The toe which would remain in place until just before is intended as a warning for medical personnel and funeral home workers who handle the The proposed tagging rule also now undergoes a public comment The rule would add AIDS to the list of diseases for which a Texan can be State Health Commis sioner Robert Bernstein said isolation or separation is a more appropriate term than but the applicable state law uses This is not quarantine we are talk ing he The quarantine power would be us ed only as a last Bernstein Local health officials would have to get the state commissioners approval to isolate an AIDS victim who refused to curtail sexual activity or drug use that can spread the fatal Acquired immune deficiency syn drome cripples the bodys immune leaving the victim vulnerable to infections and other including Researchers say AIDS is most like ly to strike abusers of injectable drugs and It is spread by sexual con taminated needles and blood transfu but not by casual Cheer Fund to feed 200 families Inside Staff writer During the Christmas holidays organizations throughout New Braunfels are working to make the season a little more jolly for some of the less fortunate in the The HeraldZeltungv Cheer Fund is an attempt to provide food to 200 families in New Braunfels and Comal To accomplish that the fund needs to collect Donations of money and non perishable food items may be brought by the newspaper offices at 186 Call the offices at 625 9144 to make arrangements to have your donations picked Kroger Grocery Store has offered the lowest price on the many food items to be included in packages for the the Community Service Center is responsible for finding out which families in this area have the greatest need for help during the Liz administrator director of the Community Service said the people who work at the center take their responsiblity very To locate the needy in the com the center contacts all of the school nurses in the area for names of children they know come from needy Urban said they also contact employees of the Department of BUSINESS CLASSIFIED 1015B Cheer Fund COMICS 6C CROSSWORD 8C DEAR ABBY 8C HOROSCOPE KALEIDOSCOPE SPORTS 6C JM6B 1114A WEATHER 2A A gentle HeraldZeitung Circulation Manager Don Avery and Krogers list of food items for the Cheer Human Resources to find names of With several organizations trying said the center trys very hard to elderly people who need to provide help to the Urban gtt CHEER Page 10 shopping days to Christmas Todays Weather It will be partly cloudy and a little warmer today with a high near 50 and southeasterly winds 5 to 10 Tonight will have increasing cloudiness and a low near Monday will be mostly cloudy and a little warmer with a high in the upper Saturdays high was 45 and the low was Another and groceries were added to the Cheer Fund br inging the funds cash total to Theres not much time and donations are needed to feed 200 families this Fridays tions were made by Nayo and Aman da Leonard and Adolpho and Mrs Herbert Steve Robert and Lawrence and Joe and Audry and food Ron and Ruth and John Lan Dawn two anonymous donations of and and groceries from the Menagerie Pet Shop and Chris The HeialdZeitung encourages the community to bring its tax deductible donations or non perishable food items by its offices at 186 Those who cannot come to the call
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