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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 18, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas February Assault Continued from Page 14 prosecuted Gaconnet on a lesser misdemeanor charge in County Courtatlaw in order to get a conviction to enhance revocation of probation Gaconnet was serving probation on an earlier felony conviction of Reimer said he had to make a quick decision since the man had to either be charged or I had to either fish or cut I had no reports to go on and really was not familiar with the case other than what Grosser had told the county attorney Reimer said the 45day sentence Gaconnet drew in county court was tougher than usual for a misdemeanor Under the with very little to work 45 days was pretty good han dling of the taxpayers Comal County jail officials inadvertently released Gaconnet 13 after failing to check for any holds the man may who had accrued 45 days prior to county courts had a governors writ remanding him to Texas Department of Corrections on the revocation Jail Administrator Walt Sumner confirmed the mans erroneous release and said authorities are searching for the missing We hope to have him back in custody This is embarrasing to me and hope it never happens Sumner The jail administrator stated that officials Under the with very little to work 45 days was pretty good handling of the taxpayers Bill Reimer County Attorney routinely check for holds when releasing a prisoner but that an oversight had been made in this The woman vowed to continue her fight against the system to let the public know that a man who tried to kill her has been set I thats why Im she Thats why the blow didnt kill me is because I need to change the I think a man ought to be given a But after hes been given that chance and messed up over and he needs to be Grosser said of the man who she says tried to kill The woman said Gaconnet has one other bodily injury charge against him for biting his Grosser said she plans to up her fight against the in against She said she will be at the courthouse every sitting on her car and holding a sign to let the public know all is not well with their NBISD Continued from Page 1A doors almost one year Memorial already has applied for waivers from the state because firstgrade classrooms have exceeded the 22 students Reimer said he is keeping an eye on Austin to see how education fares under the Legislative budgetcutting Right now is the most dangerous time for school districts because the Legislature is in he I understand they have to cut the budget but were not going to improve the economy by cutting education He added that an educated public is essential to a healthy Educators salaries have improved greatly since the early Reimer At that teachers received a a year bonus for having a bachelors degree or a annual bonus for a masters Continued from Page LA imprisonment and em ployees leaving jobs for criminal careers to support Ap proximately 50 percent of youth lie to their parents about while 55 percent say their parents never According to the million youths between the ages of 11 and 17 years run away every year and the chances of recovering those who are gone for longer than a week are greatly About young people commit suicide each with 75 percent of those being Approximately others attempt 90 percent of those Of those who commit the majority tend to keep things to are generally loners and under pressure to achieve or please their They feel they are unrecognized and not ap Those who attempt ac cording to statistics are often firstborn children with an absent When parents are children often blame themselves for the The survey said school is a teen agers number one Sixty percent said they study to not Fiftyfive percent said they cheat in school and 58 percent of those said they do not feel guilty about The top seven discipline problems in public schools in the 1940s were listed as chewing making running in the getting out of turn in wearing improper clothing and not putting paper in The top seven discipline problems listed in the 1980s are drug alcohol robbery and assault with gang abortion and venereal disease Other statistics contained in the packet include is estimated that 11 6 million teenagers are sexually while 75 percent say they have never discussed birth control with their Teenagers have 31 percent of abortions and 50 percent of illegitimate children in the United Texas is second only to California in the number of pregnancies of girls 14 years or accounting for onetenth of such pregnancies in the In fiscal year Texas spent million in AFDC payments to teenage In that mothers received monthly some as young as 11 and they had children among statistics reveal the state pays in benefits to a low income or teenage mother who goes on welfare as the result of an outofwedlock while family planning services provided by the state cost about per Police Report A burglary over the weekend at the Comal County Mental Health 511 North was in vestigated Monday by New Braunfels A list of items taken in the incident had not been made as of An employee of Levinson Restaurant a San Antonio based company located at 121 In terstate 35 reported the theft of worth of supplies over the past month and a half including china glassware and cooking and eating Butch reported the theft of cash that occurred over the weekend in the 500 block of South A brick was used to break a window at the residence of Tammy Monday evening in the 300 block of Dollar Anita Sanders reported the theft of her daughters which contained a from an apartment Friday at the Bavarian Manor 614 Bavarian A rock was reportedly used to break a window of a A cassette tape case containing ten valued at belonging to Wade was The incident occurred over the weekend in the 1200 block of North Police responding to a distur bance call Sunday evening arrested David Aleman of 267 West End at his residence and charged him with resisting A simple assaultfamily violence report was made Sunday afternoon in Obituaries connection with an incident at the Old Town Loop Jeffrey Wallace of 575 was arrested Sunday evening for driving while license Hamp was stopped along the frontage road of Interstate 35 East in the 1000 block for expired auto The burglary Sunday afternoon of an apartment was reported by Steve at 750 Interstate 35 A 19inch color television and a Sanyo VCR no value were A San Antonio Wayne reported the theft of his license plate validiation sticker while in the 600 block of South Walnut Tracey who gave a rural New Braunfels complained Saturday evening of an aggravated assault with a motor which occurred while she was in the 900 block of Loop A list of items stolen in the weekend burglary of the New Braunfels Girl Scout located in the 300 block of Howard was not complete as of late An 11yearold female was arrested and released Friday following her alledged theft of a valued at and a pearl necklace from 626 Kevin filed a simple assault complaint Friday evening in connection with a disturbance at Burger King 236 Interstate Public Records Marriages Adolfo Paredez to Raquel Her nandez Paulo Sanchez to Sylvia Flores Ortiz Wesley Hunt to Lois Ar chambeauit Javier Miranda to Eloisa Gonzalez Russell Erben to Mariorie Kendall Texas District Court Civil Filings Porfirio Bonifacio Manuel malpractice Mark Tschatschala Camp Warnecke workmans Divorce Martha and Joseph Sandra and Henry Carol and Johnston Alvaro and Juanita Richard and Maria Alfred Michael Koury Services for Alfred Michael Koury of 505 Dallas will be at 9 am Thursday at Doeppensehmidt Funeral Home with the BiU Arnold of New Braunfels and the Pawl Harriss of Houston Burial will be w Forest Pajk Umdale Cejoaetery to HOMSJton 30 died 17 at Koury was a New Eramifels resident for 24 He was vice president and division manager of Champion Paper and Fiber to Pasadena until bis retirement to Kowry was a member of the Harvard Club and numerous civic and charitable was born March to aAd Rose nee WoWert Koury to Sow married Marge Kowy to Houston on Dreceded to death Survivors toclude his Kowy of Cfcojaa one Karen Koury of Kiev Braunfels two John ChiWress of QZOWJ and Weldojo Cobb of Pasadena and two Stocks Market off to new high NEW YORK AP The stock market swept ahead picking up where it left off in Tuesdays recordsetting rise to new The Dow Jones average of 30 in dustrials climbed to in the first half hour of NEW YORK AP Morning stocks AMR Corp Amer Can Ameritech s High Low Last 61 60 60 105 103V4 104VB 89 89 89 Selma Continued from Page 1A steel posts and alcoholic beverage cans scattered or dumped into our Osborn When the problem reached a real crisis Osborn appeared before both Schertz and Selma city councils demanding legal All he he was a lecture and advice to talk the matter over with the owners of the Blue Bonnet which he A week Osborn met with Blue Bonnet Palace owners Melvin and Clarence As the problem they both agreed they would help the Osborns in every way possible to correct the Still another week had gone by when Osborn met with Schertz Mayor Steve who agreed with them that something must be Selma Mayor Elgin Friesenhahn was also but voiced no con stating his hands were Friesenhahn We Selma have police at the hall every time there is an Goose instructed Osborn to errect warning signs along his The signs were Goose advised Osborn to work out the problem with the Selma and Schertz The problem in most according to was that justice wasnt served to the She Most of the we catch someone in the Some were released over to their others paid a fine and returned to take it out on us The Osborns that justice was served when they con tacted Guadalupe County Constable Hugo Ackermann was very Osborne He later met with state highway officals who inturn erected a large sign adjacent to Interstate 35 and Lookout months we still have a reall There will be some good weekends and no then here it comes said The Osborns said they believe Billy Mueller has done a fine job with the road maintance crew in keeping the roadway clean on mornings following a Mueller feels both Schertz and Selma must crack down on these loose or the Osborns will continue to have a and until someone puts new ideas on the drawing it will remain a gigantic AMI Inc Am Motors AmStand Amer Amoco Armcolnc AtlRichfld BancTexas BcllAtlan s BellSouth BellSouth wi Beth Steel Borden s Caterpllr Centel Chevron Chrysler s CoastalCp CocaCola s Coleman Colg Palm ComlMetls Delta Airl DiamShm DigitalEq s DowChem Dressrlnd duPont EstKodak Enserch Entexlnc Exxon FederalCo s Firestone FtBcpTex Flowerlnd FordMot s GAF Cp s GTE Corp s GnDynam GenElec GenMills s Gen Motors GnMotr E Goodrich Goodyear GtAtlPac GulfStaUt Haliburtn HolidayCorp HolidayCp wi Houstlnd HughesTl Interfst IBM Int Paper V4 Vs 37 V4 Vs Va 35 V4 Va JohnsJn K mart Kroger s vjLTVCp Litton Ind LoneSta Ind Lowes MCorp MayDSt s Medtronic Mobil Monsanto Motorola Navistar Nynex s Owenslll s PacTel s Penney JC Phelps Dod PhilipPet Polaroid 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low 50s across the southern sections of South Extremes at 4 ranged from 23 at Marfa to 53 at Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy east tonight and cloudy west with a 407 cfs same cfs down 22 cfs same down down chance of Lows in the lower 30s Southeast Texas to near 50 lower Rio Grande Cloudy over all South Texas on Thursday with a chance of Highs in the lower 50s to lower WEST TEXAS Mostly cloudy with scattered rain through Cooler Lows tonight mid 20s Panhandle to 30s Highs Thursday upper 30s north to mid 60s valleys of TAX PREPARATION Hoag Certified Public Accountant New Braunfels National Bank Building 1000 North Suite 202 6291922 Computerized Financial Audit and Management Advisory Services Hunter Junction Since 1981 Visitation Memorials may bj given to the charity of ones Serapig Qslvgn Services are pending at ZoeUer Funeral Home for Serapia Galvan of 418 died 17 at McKenna Memorial Guadalupe GeJIegos Services for Guadalupe GaJJegos of to New Braunfels are Reading Funeral died 17 at McKenjas Memorial TSHIRTS SPORTSWEAR Handmade in Texas Toys Quilts Dolls Armadillos of all Kinds Texas Books Winter HwraldZeitung USPS 377800 Published Sunday Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell or Drawer New Texas Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels Herald Publishing at New DAVID KRAMER Editor and Publisher JIMWEBRE Managing Editor DEBORAH LAWRENCE Off ice Manager SANDI HUTTER Retail Advertising Manager CHERYL McCAMPBELL Classified Manager CAROLAVERY Circulation Manager MAGGIE LOMBARPO Composition Foreman GUSELBEL Pressroom Foreman DANAOVERSTREET City Editor WANDALASATER Lifestyles Editor TOMLABINSKI sports Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall counties three six one Senior Citizens Discount carrier delivery six man one Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas three f six one Mail outside Texas six 142 one II you have not received your through or by cajl 6259144 or 43 by 7 and n 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