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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                U N S v Oiney on a New Texas Two 24 Pages H came to us a bit but welcome home to three New Braunfels girls who spent two weeks In China In late December and early Colleen Mudford and seniors at New Braunfels High and Amy were among 60 kids selected for the trip from across Georgia and The girls are members of the Monoceras drill team and Joined others of that Ilk in visiting such mainland Chinese cities as Macau and Local businesses sponsored the girls at a cost of about Do the citizens of County of Comal want to levy a onehalf cent sales tax Billed as a way to mitigate the need to rely qn ad valorem property the sales tax is to be decided by special election April If you want to know more about the call the county at Popeyes Fried Chicken In New Braunfels is offering to provide food for those folks who turn out to help clean up River Road this coming Saturday from 10 to I Things gel rollln at Texas Canoe that Is a nice thing to cause the people picking up other peoples trash will need to eat quick since they only have a few hours to do the By the if you want more information about the call Betty Walls at 625 Coma County Builders Associa tions Home Product Show Is Satur day and Sunday at A bunch heat stuff or your abode will be Call 6292S43 for ticket and other Marion Independent School District trustees will interview three men for the Job of superintendent Between now and the board will interview Larry assistant superintendent for Mansfield Craig superintendent or Blum ISO and Anthony superintendent for Thorndale ISO Final decision should occur within the next several Postal SenIce postal inspec tors office suggests several ways to avoid becoming the victim of theft of mall Make sure ytour mailbox Is promptly remove especially checks at this tax return time of year Immediately notify the post off Ice if you change your address report nonreceipt of cbeckvFood Stamps and ATP receipts to the Issuing agency and report any theft of mail immediate ly to the local postmaster Stealing mall Is punishable by a fine of up to and three long years In prison March is the final day of registration to receive free cheese under the USDA surplus pro gram through Canyon Lake Action Center The commodity is available only to those people who meet in come so if you want the stuff and think you might be eligi come by the center Tuesdays between and 3 music and dancing are on lap March 10 when the Canyon Lake Action Center sponsors a trip to Call 964232i betwen 9 and noon weekdays for mare information Its a month but this will give you lot of advance American Lf glou Comaj Post 179 WiU meet April 419 Wesj Col Executive committee meets the regular meeting starting up it 8 The Aux iliary lor Post m it The Auxiliarys guest wUi be it pjiesldjirt sf1 2iir fesufe OERYL Photographer I guess God was with us DaUas couplejsay they are lucky after their van flips and along IH35 concrete Tuesday fescaped A Dallas Injury Tuesday there werent any vehicles Involved When we when their van on southbound saw that boat start we all stopped Interstate 35 a 26foot fiberglass boat under tow sliding down the hiffhwavl UMC a A tit tp n IM n accident on Interstate 35 South near Ub Texas 46 Tte accident tossed the couples new 26foofboat onto the highway where It skidded or several who was said felt the boat swerve back and forth before she lost The woman said this was the couples first trip with the boat and her first time to drive while pulling Two both driving with their stop ped to help the couple out of the overturned The first woman on the scene was credited with rescuing the After the the unidentified woman There was another lady here who did a lot more than 1 She almost climbed up In there the over turned van to get them out and then she Just took Nobody even knew who she said Jeannie Ran dal of San Randall was driving her daughter home from school In San Marcos when she saw the Thank God nobody got Randall said she was following the van and boat when she saw the boat start to Thank God W3R3 and PllbliC Transpprtauon Trooper Scott Haag said no citations werelssued for the He said the boat started swaying back and forth and the woman simply lost The Silvers declined medical treatment at the sceneT Silver said later she suffered a bump on the The couple wore seat belts at the time of the Billy an Emergency Medical Services officer with the Braunfels Fire said the couple already was out of the van by the time he The only thing we rescued was a purse and that was just to get the drivers license out he Annette Silver said she and her husband were on their way to Rockport to try out their new boat when the accident It was a brand new a 26foot 1987 fishing she I guess God was with Grand jury indicts brotherinlaw for Northcliffffe killing By DAVID MAY Staff Writer A Guadalupe County grand Jury returned an indictment Monday against John for the murder of his brotherinlaw 11 at his Northcliffe who is in the Comal County Jail on a is ac cused of gunning down Kenneth Car in the doorway of his home that Wednesday Carroll was shot once in the face by a gauge shotgun and then was stabbed once in the Guadalupe County authorities transferred Guilliams to Coma County with several other prisoners last week because of crowded condi tions at the Guadalupe Guilliams was arrested 18 in San Antonio by officers with the Repeat Offenders Program at the residence of another relative on that citys west Carroll arrived at his Turnabout In the subdivision south of New Braunfels on Interstate 35 at aapproximately just moments after his wife reach ed the Susie Carroll told authorities she had gone to the back of the1 While she was she heardgun She told authorities she inside the house and saw her husband lying in the doorway and a black male suspect leaving In4he couples pickup Investigators had originally thought the couple surprised an in truder burglarizing the residence but further investigation and recovery of the truck in San Antonio led authorities to obtaining a search war rant for Guilliams arrest Guilliams reportedly had been staying with the couple several days before the Cypress Bend Park concessiona i res a re probable fee payers Hot checks in Hays County Hays County District Attorney Charles Chapman announced Tues day that the county is planning a hot check raid In meaning everyone with unpaid checks in Hays County will be arrested if the checks are not Southwest Texas State University including some New Braunfels residents are among those targeted to be officials This month will be a grace said Jeannie manager of Hays Countys hot check People with hot checks have the opportunity to pay in March In arrest warrants will be issued or people with outstanding checks Gonzales said about people have hot checks in Hays Of that she there are several New Braunfels residents ow ing money to Hays County mer A lot of students at Southwest Texas have checking accounts at home and they write hot checks on their home bank Uoruales said She said her office already is see ing results from Chapmans an nouncement One girl came in this morning saying she wanted to pay her checks so she wouldnt get picked she Its just a matter of those people getting in here in March and paying their checks and their fines to avoid a possible conviction in April Fees for hot checks are for checks up to and for more than ByDAVtDMAY Staff Writer A 75cent surcharge may only be assessed concessionaires using Cypress Bend as a pickup point for their customers floating down the Guadalupe River instead of all per sons using the river At its 23 New Braunfels City Council tabled ap proval of the first reading of an or dinance establishing a surcharge for the use of Cypress Bend as a takeout point for tubers and Council handed the ordinance back to the Parks and Recreation Ad visory Board because of uncertainty surrounding collection of such a fee from every person exiting the river at the A question also had been raised by one council member pertaining to the amount of the fee Council declined to give the proposed ordinance its first of three scheduled public readings The advisory board has grappled with the proposed fee amount and im plementation for nearly five months and hopes to have now ironed out all specific details for council so that the ordinance can be approved and effec tive by Easter when water recreational activities along the river unofficially commences Although the amount of the fee was not changed by the board at its Tues day it did recommend that of the 50 cents go to the ci tys general operating fund and the remainder to park improvements They are the only ones mak ing money from the park Its just the price of doing Carl Fox Parks board chairman and specifically in Cypress Bend The board originally intended to subsidize anticipated budget cuts in the parks department by retaining the entire expected to generate some to The board to remand a portion of the fee to city coffers with the understanding from city staff that park ranger salaries at Cypress Bend be paid by the As outlined in the original proposed park rangers will be assigned the task of counting patrons of designated businesses being shut tled from Cypress Bend Park and verifying that number with the shut tle drivers who would be responsible for collecting the fees The businesses would be billed by the city on a weekly basis and would pay within three days after receipt of the bill Parks Director David Whatley said that although splitting the fee with the city will mean less money for park he was satisfied that local residents not using a shut See Page 2A Newest school already bursting at the seams By SARAH DUKE Stiff Writer one year after building the ci tys newest New Briwfels ISPs board Q directors Tuesday igreed to espajMi mortal Primary Sehooj to inelwdf four more beard S te develop students in first and second That enrollment to day is up to We hsve students steadily since last Weve got 78 children more than last year ancj thits not even Ml weve still got few months to go Thats our said Mjwnsi m kindergarten students in eight with aji lyerage ojf 2i stedfats in law limits Jtodergirten classes to M Memorial is waiver Ursa tee BdiiMlleo That waiver will expire Uxe end el Uus are MeoxoriaJ classrooms to be UD sramB1 Hi Hit IMEMOI to Superintendent PrimifY iUuitritti   

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