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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 20, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Shelter friends New Texas February Grand jury indicts 11 The Comal County grand jury handed down the following Indict ments Wednesday in the 22nd State District Daniel Compos Correa and Paula Correa two counts each of burglary of nonhabitation in the 14 burglaries of buildings owned by James Rose and Carl located in 100 block of Gruene Both have been James three counts of misapplication of fiduciary funds belonging to River Gardens monies from guardian of trust funds used in the care of institutionalized Has not been Richard passing a check without sufficient funds for to Kerry Richardson for rental proper ty on Not James two counts of misap plication of fiduciary or more on and or more on May belonging to Allstate Insurance Not Ricardo introduction of controlled in to county jail on Ar rested same Benito burglary of non habitation in the burglary of Acapulco Bar located at 1614 San Antonio Arrested same Ernest Nollis burglary of nonhabitation in the burglary of store located at 159 Interstate 35 Arrested same Jesse Gonzalez and Enebilio burglary of nonhabitation in burglary of Johns Episcopal 47 Both arrested same Glen Alan burglary of nonhabitation in burglary of Natrual Bridge Wildlife Ranch located at PM 3009 and Caverns Arrested same National FFAWeek to be recognized Members of Comal County Child Welfare Board met with friends and fundraisers at a luncheon board chairman Barry talks with Sandi DERYL Photographer finance chairman of the Child Welfare Board and Rusty Jimmy Castillo and Libby members of Estes fundraising Baker set for Conference Treasury Secretary James Baker and Senator Lloyd Bent sen will be the featured speakers at the 2lst Texas Legislative Con ference to be held in New Braunfels March 26 and according to ad visory committee chairman Tom Former Congressman Loeffler previously announced that Baker has been selected as Texan of the Year and will receive the award at the reception on March 26 at the New Braunfels Civic At on March Baker will open the 2lst Texas Legislative Conference with a major and Bentsen will be the featured speaker at the noon Loef fler From to several speakers will cover three critical issues state budget tort and economic According to arrangements com mittee Charles Ike Harris of chairman of the senate economic development committee and Stan Schlueter of chairman of the house ways and means com are confirmed Berger said confirmation is pending on four more The Conference and annual Texan The devil made me do it of the Year Reception is co sponsored by the Texas Chamber of Commerce and the New Braunfels The annual event attracts com munity and state leaders from throughout For additional in formation on the program and registration contact the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Com merce at More than Future Farmers of America members will promote high school agriculture and the food and fiber industry during Na tional FFA which begins Saturday and runs through FFA members in chapters across the the District of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands will organize events and activities to creat awareness of and support for high school agriculture and the FFA activities and programs will be promoted by FFA members and through public service an nouncements on the state and national This years theme is FFA Leaders for the New Fields of with emphasis on Excellence Made in the High school agriculture classes stress handson practice in many diverse areas of and FFA activities provide leadership communications train ing and award incentives for these young Kevin national FFA presi dent from said FFA Week is the chance for members and communities to recognize the achievements and activities available through FFA and high school Were proud of this commitment to young people and As FFA and students in agriculture we are receiving the science and leadership A New Braunfels Josephine Theresa lost control of her company van Thursday afternoon along a rain slickened Purgatory Road just north of its in tersection with FAA an employee of Heart Of Texas Distributing was taken by private vehicle to a nearby feed store where EMS personnel were Harr was admitted to McKenna Memorial Hospital where she is reported to be in good condition following surgical repair for facial injuries she sustained in the Depart ment of Public Safety troopers at the scene theorized the woman was motoring too fast when she was unable to negotiate a sharp sliding off the road and travelling some 50 yards before crashing into a DAVID Photographer Continued from Page 1A his Castillo said he hopes people will feel free to call him and talk to him about their concerns in the You have to be open and he Thats why I wanted to run to be an at large representative so 1 can hear from all the people and base my deci sions for the whole My interest is for the people as a he Among Castillos concerns are the rising crime the possibility that some city services may be con tracted revenues and pro motion of growth and This is not a good time for council with all the budget but this is where I can draw on my business background to help the Castillo 1 am very alarmed with the crime rate increasing while the police budget Maybe that is a result of the budget You see it in the newspaper Neighborhood watch programs but you need uniformed Castillo Castillo also said he is concerned about the MemorialCounty Line fire substation not being in operation yet and with councils decision last during budget to delete its funding of the school crossing guard Our priorities need to be looked I dont know if there has been mismanagement and Id hate to say that without being privy to all the in said Saying he doesnt like Castillo said he would favor increas ing ad valorem rates as a last alter native after looking at all the other avenues of increasing the citys operating He said much study needs to be done before the city decides to transfer monies from the utilities or make private certain city operations such as golf course and sanitation There is something wrong if somebody can come in and run those operations cheaper than we There needs to be more investigation along those lines before making those he Castillo also said the depen dent heavily on tourism as a source of should do more to promote He also said the user fee where users of certain city owned facilities subsidize operating and maintainance costs through cer tain is a good Its a good Other areas besides the parks should start look ing at that he In Castillo I hope people understand that I am going to work for the betterment of the com munity and that I will be responsive to the whole Court asked to end school trial AUSTIN AP State District Judge Harley Clark was asked today to end the complex court challenge to the way state funds are distributed to Texas public The plaintiffs have shown no cause for this case to said David legal counsel for the Texas Education in ask ing a summary judgment for the The initial phase of efforts to change the current method of state school financing ended The nonjury trial began Jen20 with 67 school districts contending the distribution ol state school as mandated by the 1984 school ritprm discriminates against tewwsiWb districts We gay that money makes the dif said Rick an Austin attorney representing some of the poor districts said in opening If a school has more it can do a better job of In my propertypoor districts have great difficulty in pro viding a quality testified Richard Hooker of the University of a school finance expert who spent several days on the stand as a plaintiffs Craig a finance expert from Equity testified that his studies showed taxpayers pay more dollars in poor districts but the students have substantially less spent on them than in rich The state is supported in its defense ol the finance system set up by House Bill 72 by a total of 48 school many them in property rich areas of Dallas and A heck of a lot more money could be spent if local taxes were raised to maximize the use of the state duilars they argued Kevin assistant state attorney The state has evidence that no ad ditional dollars will buy you a better said Jim Austin attorney representing some of the wealthy Evidence was presented by the state showing that Edgewood school district in San one of the original poor districts bringing the spends per student an nually with a local tax rate of cents per property with a tax rate ol 539 spends per with a local tax of 68 spends per THE WILD GOOSE Moving March 1st to 265 San Antonio Next Door to Prince Solms Inn Oak Rockers Christmas items Antiques Hand Crafts at 271 Seguin Keep an ear to the ground on local events in the HeraldZeitunj skills we need to prepare for the diverse and challenging careers in Eblen Each FFA Week is held dur ing the week of George Washingtons birthday to recognize his leadership and commitment to American The National FFA Center is located on part of the old Washington estate near Continued from Page 1A education system stem from pro blems in the The educators are still being blamed because little Johnny cant but a lot of the problem stems from a lack of love in the family and you cant legislate he Zaffirini said she worries about the availability of drugs and alcohol in schools and advocates stiffer penalties for drug The senator said its time to talk about solutions to the states declin ing economic Lets not just talk about the everyone can talk about the Letstalk about she Zaffirini supports the creationg of a school of international trade in It would be an avenue bet ween the United States and the Latin American We could talk about expanding our trade between the especially finding new markets for Texas agricultural pro HvraldZeitung 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 JIAAWEBRE Managing Editor DEBORAH LAWRENCE Off ice Manager SANDI HUTTER Retail Advertising Manager CHE RYLMcCAMP BELL Classified Manager CAROLAVERY Circulation Manager MAGGIE LOMBARDO Composition Foreman GUSELBEL Pressroom Foreman DANAOVERSTREET City Editor WANDA LASATER 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 mon one Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas three six one Mail outside Texas six one if you have not received your newspaper by Tuesday through or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and N respective Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer 31133 New Texas   

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