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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                J V a i f t f New Texas 48 Stammtisch y AiahiofArea Council of Govern host a school for Section judges from 9 to Thurs at AACOG Suite Sari The training program costs nothing to attend and is for judges and clerks who will do their thing in the upcoming April elections state Teicas secretary of states of ffai conducts the school about which folks can get more in formation bycalling Nolan Suarez at 512 I T l i Ever wondered what you can do all the trash you see littering the roadsides and corner lots of our Otherwise beautifuFHlll aJlsl of people who are in the business bf recycling Larry Emard of Alcoa Recycling 214 6470507 William Clow of Owens Illinois 419 2472404 Allen Stein of ACCO Wastepapcr 512 and John Folz of Consolidated 214 8717501 Norman Hall of Polymer 214 6478983 and BUI Vincent of Texas Tire 817 Bill Keith is an a pro at that in Bill recently passed his state board examination administered by Texas Board of lr which means Bill now has a license Bill and his operate Medallion Sprinkler herein New Braunfels and were responsible for the fire protection system in the new Comal County Courthouse Irrigation and such is a ticklish business You have right or other people get real wet or not wet when they need which Is a bad Congratula tions 11 was a dark and stormy hot This knight is rather bright and shiny as it stands sentry at the driveway of a residence on Gruene Road Woman injured in mishap A 14yearold driver damaged a West End home when he crashed through a yard and through a wall of a house at Hidalgo and Ka ty The juveniles who was riding with her son and two other was Injured in the acci The collision caused extensive damage to the home and created a leak in natural gas lines which took gas company workers more than 10 minutes to An unlicensed juvenile driver lost control of the vehicle ran over a fence and into the said New Braunfels patrol officer Jeff Juana Gomez the drivers was treated and released at McKenna Memorial Hospital Tuesday Jamison said the woman underwent some type of seizure and suffered cuts and New Braunfels Police officers ap prehended the three juveniles within minutes after they left the accident Jamison said the driver will be cited for driving without a license and his mother was charged with permitting an unlicensed person to Josifina Rivera was not at home at the time a car rammed into her Jamison said he checked in side the home to make sure no one was injured inside and found the house was Pilar Sandoval owns the Jamison said the small car was traveling north on Hidalgo and making a left turn onto Katy when the driver lost He said marks outside the house do not indicate the driver was The accident report is going to in dicate the cause of the accident was an inexperienced he demand be looked at to asked a saylngf post sav Tr staf to workouts actual cost sav Ho the Jww pre4 conference at wW iff from privatecontractors HV nnMiimniAri rui em Idyeft cowf U out i 1J fijccUon rBuoniui S GARB JJ 6 Shuttle service regs pass second reading Second reading of an ordinance establishing regulations for and licensing of shuttle operations within city limits has been approved by New Braunfels City Council The which will receive one more public reading before becoming will require shut tle operators transporting in dividuals and river equipment such as canoes or rafts to maintain minimum Uibility insurance coverage of requires current sales tax permits in or4er to qualify for i shuttle permit at m an nual cost of no ptr vehicle The second reading passed unanimously without No one connected with such shuttle operating servicef appeired before The Rivers Advisory Board made the recommendation to council that shuttle services be Money generated after adminstrative costs by the permit fee would be earmark ed for improvements and main tainance along Guadalupe Comal as defined by city will not be required to obtain a shuttle permit unjess a separate ap plication Is made and The police department is to issue permits ynjjep of Uve or In rejited council tabled the second reading of an ordinance prohibiting River Acres Paris as an entrance or exit ppint because the or diMftce regujating shuttle service already prohibit use of the by Rainfall totals As all l It tst county I had to protect V 9 J f Susie parrpll admits she gave false information of fear of reprisal from her but sheriffs ficiais say she is not under investigation for her husbands By JOHN KASTNER Correspondent For the first since the murder of her husband last month in Northcliffe both Susie Car and her motherinlaw Nathala Moody have released statements concerning the murder charge in dictment handed down last week against 22yearold John Susie Carrolls remains in Com al County Jail in lieu of which he has been unable to According to Guadalupe County Sheriff Melvin both Guilliams and a Marion youth are lodged in Comal County because of crowded jail conditions at theSeguin The arrangement is costing Guadalupe of ficiais a No trial date for Guilliams has been Conflicting reports stating Susie Carroll had been Involved in the murder of her husband Kenneth prov ed to be Guadalupe County Sheriffs Department in vestigator Lavern Taftsaid Susie Carroll is not a suspect and is not being investigated in connection with the J1 Said Most of the media and press throughout the area have been their coverage of the entire murder ordeal and I would like1 to have the record set My brother killed l knew about the but I had to protect myself fronTbe Ing hurt by my Susie Carroll made various death threatsagairistme and mylifel was always in Ive never been involved in in bands There never was and never be a cover I just had to stand rhy Moody said there was never Guilliams and her son and the three had been at the Carroll home for Christmas Moody said both Kenneth and Susie allowed Guilliams at their house several days the murden and that both had helped Guilliams in any way My daughter inlaw remains in a state of I just want everyone to know Susie has a clear Moody Shes very frightened over the Had publicity our family has been It was just a matter of wanting See CAR Page 2A In February ilding activity increa By DANAOVERTSREET Staff Writer Building activity rose from tits beginnirigoftheyear slump last Building permits totaling rwere issued in February and included 11 singlefamily homes and three commercial Building permits in January totals ed sitriinlUionwlth 10 homes and only one commercial ac tivity a convenience store Feburary 1986 building activity had been with a total value of million That figure represented 20 singlefamily homes and six including three offices and two fastfood New Braunfels Planning Depart ment issued a permit to Primera In vestment for its plans to have Grayston build a million 120bed nursing home at 2590 Loop Mike White also obtained a building permit to construct an office building for a computer software mail order Construction at 1671 Executive Drive is expected to cost Elks 353 is in the process of removing the existing building and rebuilding to city code on the existing slab at a cost of Preusser Buijders is doing the Also in Comal ISO took qgt to Juild a press box at the baseball the City of New Braunfels received a permit to replace all the chain link fenceat Camp Comal at a cost of and Comal County Fair with Fischer Con struction is installing restrooms and extending the fence at a cost of Holy Family Catholic Church is having its parking lot Henk Paving is performing the job at an estimated cost of Peter and Paul Catholic Church is adding a Acme Marble and Granite is the contractor for the Other building activity 12 residen tial additions and five storage three seven sign four non and 59 outof scope which includes such as fences and retaining i f Here are the 11 singlefamily homes for which permits were issued in February Lester Burges Bobby 1610 Roiling Valley and fence First American homes 934Lazy arid fence Les Edmonson 835 North Park and fence River City Builders 541 Denise Taylor Construction 1953 Palace Drive Bobby McNeill 902 Lipan Bobby Bobby Bobby Bobby McNeill 908 Lipan McNeill 914 Lipan McNeill 915 Lipan McNeill 921 Lipan Trash fire spreads to tires A trash fire that got out of control clouds of black smoke across Interstate 35 obstructing mpiorists vision and prompting neighbor ie compJain ifl thf BJU of a garage sale nf aj the Snake Firm on Interstate said he had the fire under control untU strong wjads spread flames to nearby When tfee fire Qjt he it to the New pfjUffifeJs Fire I Started I the fire department ifld told them U JJ gets oitf oj Ill let sjxd he also wWied the owners before siar Itei JJhj flff AJ thfe perfectly I bad U UAdpr cootrol 1 had a pUe of stulf slaked up about 6 or 7 feet high to burn and Mils all was going to p The skj pfturuig souU across Uxe vas who own the property on which Fetech runs a small garage said they wished the man would clean up his lot Uttered with piles and tables of items for His merchandise is made up of a variety of old Fetech has run his business on the property for two Irma Fischer said she has complained to the city to try to have the area cleaned but the land is just out side cuy limits and city officials could not But he pays his rent eyery so what can we do she said Fgtech said he plans to continue operating his i run a garage l cant call it a mini flea market because i dflnt nave any Fetech iraiypjfis firefighters received ait if 29 Tufsdjy sjd sent trucks to thf fiTt W flajnjs werf PJntaJned n fchj billowing across the lor miies in either   

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