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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 18, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Chief appraisers Page 4A Unicorns trample Age9A New Braunfels Wednesday February New Texas Two 22 Pages 25 Cents Stammtisch Spotlight Theatre Arts in Bulverde will present the stage production of beginning For more in formation on this Comal County theatre call The latest and most worthwhile production will happen at Krause House on Bulverde Showtime is 8 and tickets are available at the door as follows for for senior citizens and students and for children under 12 years of Sunday by the begins at 3 Dont miss this fine production of what is by now a classic of contemporary Mail for your reservations now for the annual Celebrity Waiters the proceeds from which benefit the Leukemia Society of America and its research The funraising affair will begin at noon Friday at the Holiday Waiters and waitresses will be some of New Braunfels finest trying to earn large tips to give to the leukemia Past luncheons have featured bankers and other big so make a then sit back and relax and have them wait on you a Its for a good There will be a meeting for folks interested in participating in the Guadalupe County Farmers The planning session will begin at at the Savings Loan 205 Center in Fo mo info on the contact Gus Pearson at 512 3791972 or Renee Watson at 512 Hes walking the streets Assault victim claims District Attorney Schroeder sat on her case until her assailant wound up being let out of jail on an error by Comal County Sheriffs Depart DAVIO Photographer Carol Grosser sits atop her car at Comal County Courthouse Annex displaying dissatisfaction with a legal system she says has failed to protect her rights as a Selma residents worst of both worlds This is no Adam a student at New Braunfels High School and a of of the took first place this week in the junior steer riding com petition at San Antonios Stock Show and Adams event took place His performance garnered him a which he will use to pay for college or put toward another FFA There are several things in this world that are and one of them is the nerve of anyone who will climb on the back of a notsodocile steer and go for The photograph by step dad Frank Durland shows Adam breakin out of the Ap parently Adam suffered a mashed up finger or two in the by all he didnt realize until after the If youre between 5and 12years or maybe you know someone who youre invited to enter a coloring The Comal County Builders Assocation is sponsoring the Home Product Show Coloring Contest which gives kids a chance to color a picture of their home and tell the association why they like their Entry blanks will be distributed through local The deadline for entries is March Winners will win a really neat wagon or a super deluxe portable radio or a television of their very All entries will be displayed at the Home Product Show March 68 at the The Menu DEAR ByJOHNKASTNER Correspondent The subtle town of with nothing nore than a church and today is an annexed version of Schertz and a tale of upset lan downers demanding jurisdiction rights on damages to their Pat and Lucille who moved to Interstate 35 and Lookout Road near Blue Bonnet Palace Dance Complex 40 years ago when Selma reached into Comal today reside in a threecounty Two questions continue to pop Who do you call for help and Does help arrive Weve got a real problem out who do you call in the event of an emergency asked Most of the so many minutes are lost considering the mileage which really scares especially in a medical emergency Wed just like a little Osborn What mafces this situation unique is that the Osborns front yard is in their side fence line is in and they own a piece of Comal County about feet from their If an emergency arises in the Osborns Interstate 35 they call Schertz an emergency along Lookout Road and they call and an emergency from feet along Lookout Road to the Comal County Line or call Rosa now sums up the situation in one word Fey owns an 84acre farm 48 acres in Schertz and 48 in Comal She is plagued with the same Some 10 years ago she would call Bracken for fire New Braunfels for medical help and either the sheriffs office in Seguin or New Braunfels for The Osborns have had their share of property trespassing and trash dumping on their along with alcohol all problems they say are associated with the dance said thats their biggest The Osborns have errected a doublewire electric some feet along Lookout Road where they stock Every Saturday and Sunday the fence is cut See Page 2A Now shes By SARAH DUKE and DAVID MAY Staff Writers Carol Grosser is fighting A man who almost killed her is on the streets and she wants to know Grosser said District Attorney Bill Schroeder refused to prosecute her assailant despite the fact that the man tried to kill through a mistake at the Comal County Sheriffs the assailant was set free instead of sent to prison on revocation of probation charges stemming from an earlier After several attempts to contact he was unavailable for If I can do anything to keep this man from hurting someone even fighting this sitonhisbutt district thats what Im going to Grosser The woman has taken her fight to the street San Antonio Street to be exact where she was holding a sign Tuesday saying District Attorney says cerebral con cussion is not serious bodily What do you think Grosser suffered a cerebral concussion when a man she was living with broke a caliber rifle across her head That was only the beginning of her she Schroeder decided there was a lack of evidence for felony charges in the case and her assailant was convicted of misdemeanor the sheriffs department mistakingly released the assailant instead of sending him to Grosser fears for her The woman pulled a broken rifle barrel from her car the rifle that was broken across her I dont think thats what my father wanted his coon gun used She also produced a copy of a letter from Schroeder stating that without a doctor establishing serious bodily we could not indict on that type of The woman also carries a copy of a doctors letter stating that she suffered a serious blow to the I got a concussion and the guy who did it got 45 Hes walking the said who lives west of Bulverde near Curry Creek Ive been fighting the system all day to find out Schroeder was successful Tuesday obtaining a protective order for Grosser in district court barring Edmund from making contact with County Attorney Bill Reimer said Tuesday that he See Page 2A Robinette seek NBISD trustee positions Lloyd will not run again By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer Rudy Reimer is going after another term on the New Braunfels ISP board of He said Tuesday his major goal for the nest term is to focus improvements in the elementary If we dont do a good job in the elementary we might as well shut down the high he Reimer added that NBISD is working hard to reduce the studentteacher ratio in elementary We had been struggling here in New Braunfels to get our student teacher ratio down to 25 V Reimer said about preHouse BiU 72 HB 72 requires first grades to have a studentteacher ratio of no more than Since the legislation was New Braunfels has obtained waivers from the Reimer has fUed as a candidate for 5He works for Southwestern Bell in Austin and has served on the board since Garland trustee representing District announced Tuesday that he will not seek another term on the who has served on the NBISD board for nine cited personal reasons for not running He said he feels certain qualified individuals will step forward to take his Richard Robinett filed for the District 3 seat There have been no other filings for the two positions up for Reimer said two problems facing tfte board are keeping teachers salaries competitive with other districts and keeping up with an increasing We opened a new elementary school last year and we already need more he said referring to Memorial Primary which opened its See If I can do anything to keep this man from hurting someone even fighting this sit onhisbutt district thats what Im going to Carol Grosser Henry files for council seat Gary a partner in BadSchloss which operates ttfe Schlitteroahn water amusement park in New became the seventh candidate for one of three atlarge berths on City Council with his filing this Filing deadline for April 4 general elections is today at 5 in the city secretarys office at City Hall who is a licensed certified public ac said he will draw on his business background in his Other candiates vying for council atlarge berths are incumbent James Doug Dennis George Bill Arnold and Bob Comal County 4H lobbying officials over youth issues By DAVID MAY Staff Writer If a picture is worth a thousand a picture outlined with facts windowing daily problems faced by youth will not be overlooked if area 4H members are successful in lobbying their elected 4H Ambassadors representing Comal County 4Hers are busy this month distributing Youth Statistics packets to local and state government leaders in hopes that those who make key decisions concerning todays youth may be more aware of the impact of their containing figures relating to problems with drug and alcohol school dropout trouble at law and suicide were given members of New Braunfels City New Braunfels ISD and Comal ISO in the past A similar presentation will be made later this week to Comal County We feel that since you are in a position to make key decisions about the youth of today that these statistics will said Am bassador Kristie representing Gruene Kountry 4H in her 9 presentation to city Roxanne ambassador from the Cedar Rock 4H told We think it is important for teenagers to have good youth programs in order to become productive Statistics were compiled and researched by state 4H specialists through seminars attended by thousands Tens youth and ob tained through various state and national reference Many of our youth are in serious said state 4H Director Zerle The presen tation of this packet is an ex pression of concern by our 4H Carpenter noted that research points to a close relationship between poor and low selfesteem and drug and alcohol school dropout teen pregnancy and In the area of statistics show that seven in youths dislike themselves and 32 percent are critical of their own Youth who are short or un derdeveloped are likely to have a poor According to the a young persons most meaningful recognition comes from setting and reaching a personal while the second most meaningful recognition comes in the use of their The survey points to incarceration as a reason for a 22 percent decrease in arrests of teens in the past Approximately youth are in detention because they have nowhere else to Statistics say billion is spent annually by state and local governments for police and prisons for marijuana related while million in property damage is reported an nually during criminal More than billion is lost yearly in production because the use of marijuana is linked to ab See Page 2A Incumbent Bill Hays seeking reelection Bill Hays cited needs for long range planning as his reasons for filing for reelection as a Comal ISD board There are some things that I want to see through in the building Hays said following a board meeting There are some educational issues I would like to see Hays filed for reelection Tuesday We really need longrange planning for he Its been such a busy time with bond issues and building that the ad ministration has been spending its time on those rather than on Hays said during his first term in he has worked mostly with financial and construction matters and has had little time to study educational issues as they related to state wide He added he would like to become more involved in curriculum Hays lives in the Smithson Valley area and is a mechanical engineer for a San Antonio architectural He said the school district is getting caught up with growth in the particularly in Its time now to turn attention to educational issues such as longrange curriculum he The CISD board set April 4 as the trustee election Board President Leroy Goodson also has filed for School district officials said there have been other Hays is completing his first three year term on the During his CISD patrons passed a million bond Since the bpjjd issue in the school district has begun construction on a new Smithson Valley High Scowl and Canyon Middle schools also were expanded to up with growing no   

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