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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 1, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas 410 M033 t TX County voting precinct sample Pages NewBraunfels New Texas 63 W W titling Two 28 Pages 4Jr Wednesday April 25 v Stammtisch This might be fun to risky to do and generally something you might want to think As part of Southwest Texas State Universi tys Freewheeling 500 the cofactoring team of Austin will give an expert presentation of ramp and flatland freestyle bicycle riding at 10 and again at April 11 at Bobcat Motorcycles of faster and all but keep in mind these folks will be flying over stuff and skrooching along the turf under leg Thanks go to Eden Home for hosting Tuesdays seminar on Alzheimers Disease attended by at least 60 people representing a varie ty of medical and social senice Cosponsors for the event were Eden the Area Agency on Aging of the Alamo Area Council of Governments and San Antonio State Come have brunch with the Easter Bunny A style show will augment the brunch to benefit the communitys drive to build an emergency childrens shelter In Comal County It happens at 10 am April 4 at Southbank Conference Treats for the kldlets and door prizes will be Tickets are for big for children and can be bought at KID Com Das Toymaker and The Col fine folks all Seating is so git after It Thanks for all the help to a lot of very good people who helped with the March 21 Kids Helping Kids Run We have noted a bunch of em so but one fine group was left out Thanks to Shady Creek Day Care Center Hill Country Parents Without Partners will meet in Pats Place in Cibolo tonight for chow Strictly a social no business Wear blue jeans if you want A final comment on the upcoming county and municipal Turnout for the last municipal elec tion was dinksquat Voting for the Edwards Underground Water District board in late 1986 drew a whopping 71 people There are a lot of important issues facing our city In the coming and rapidly passing years Kenneth Fiedleer wrote the letter in our Forum column yester but his name was left off the very fine letter intended to foster in volvement in Uie electoral Kenneth called to say he did not in tend for this letter to be which is great Daylight saving time means we will spring forward one hour Sun day Saturday night is the time to do the thing to the clock It used to start the last Sunday in but the law got We still change back the last Sunday in Oc High today will be in the up per 70s with southeasterly breeses at from 10 to 15 Which is about what to expect for tomorrow after in over night low in the lower Thursdays will be in the tower beneath partly clojyidy Jusi 3 nice next EDUCATION 1H5A Two injured in mishap at Live Oak and Spur 3 New Braunfels police said a two car accident at Live Oak Avenue and Spur 3 was caused when one driver failed to yield the an oncoming car Tuesday WUIamae Laird of 613 Candleglo Drive in San Antonio and Beatrice Goiuales of 2854 W San Antonio St were both treated and released by McKenna Memorial Hospital for in juries suffered when their cars collid ed at the intersection at Tuesday Laird was southbound on Li vt Oak when her Buick station wagon was struck by the car driven by Gonzales was driving east on Spur 3 near San Antonio Street Police officer Jeff Jamison said Laird failed to yield right of way when she pulled Into the No citations were issued as of was treated for neck pains and suffered minor contusions Landfill wont be waste board dec ides By DAVID MAY Staff Writer Coma County Solid Waste Control Board decided Tuesday not to sell the citycounty landfill to private waste management firms and may not enter into a lease In related the board ap proved approximately in repairs to the landfills bulldozers in an emergency The board on March 19 received proposals from BrowningFerris In dustries and Waste Management to consider selling or leasing the At that County Judge Fred Clark the board accepted such pro posals because it was not pleased with the current management of the facility and because of anticipated capital outlay for Clark said Were going through with there is no turning According to New Braunfels City Manager Joe a member of the board members decided to reject ideas of selling the land because they wanted to retain cer tain amounts of control at the Weve decided not to sell to anybody We want the ability to have some he Michie said that if the city and county maintain management of the fees will need With the costs of we are not making enough money to pur chase and maintain he The board will continue consider ing a management agreement with one of the two private waste disposal firms and will consider other management possibilities and alter natives to operating the City Council race expenditures told Hammond back in custody SAN ANTONIO API A Bexar County inmate who escaped hours after being convicted of capital murder was back in custody as the punishment phase of his trial continued today Karl was arrested about 9 10 Tues day by a police detective Joe a member of the vice squad Hammond had eluded authorities for almost 24 hours by hiding at Brady Green Community Health Clinic near the Bexar County Sheriff Harlon Copeland said Ramos said he heard the report about Hammond being spotted near the clinic and jail and saw him running across a downtown Ramos said he told Hammond to freeze and ran and jumped on Hammond When he saw the gun m my he realized what was happening 1 told Dont or Ill pull this Ramos said Area law enforcement officials had used dogs and helicopters to try to track down who Monday was convicted of the rapeslaying of Donna Lynn an FBI secretary Several hours Hammond fled the jail through an open door leading from a holding area to a visitation room 1 doubt very seriously he would have gotten Copeland said Tuesday night There svere too many peo ple looking for him The punishment phase of Hammonds trial continued Tuesday despite his absence See Page 2A By DAVID MAY Staff Writer If the race for the three atlarge Ci ty Council seats were decided by the amount the nine candidates have spent on their the win ners would be Gary Doug Miller and Bill In through the end of Henry had spent more than any other while receiving only in less than any other Henry did not list any contributions of or The three council seats will be decided in municipal elections Satur Arnold has received more con tributions than any other candidate to date with in campaign gifts He is number three on the expenditure list with costs listed at He listed a gift given by Robert In addition to Maxwell con tributed to to Bob Pacharzina and to Dennis Kaderli Miller listed in campaign He has spent on his George ed contribution or expenditure He submitted a letter to City Hall stating that he lid not intend to receive or spend more than dur ing his He will be required to file his report following Dennis Kaderli recorded in campaign expenditures and listed in campaign Along with Maxwells Kaderli also listed a gift from Amy Pacharzina reported receiving in campaign contributions to date and spending He listed gifts from Maxwell from David from Signs from Jim Skarvosky from Bo Bankston and from Bill Dennis Rhoads accounted for in including a donation from Paul He has spent 58 Incumbent James Goodbread reported receiving in campaign contributions to date while spending 92 See PageZA VOCCT program offers more than grades Contestbound students say Voed offers pride in achievement S SasifQ displays Jw pride in M8JSP vocational training program she says eql her Jjjf aromas for tne Photo by Deryl CJarfe By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer Last Monica thought about giving up on school She was failing her classes and she didnt and she felt none of her teachers cared either Since that things have turn ed around for her and the 2y other New Braunfels Middle School Students enrolled in classes aimed at keeping them in school to tell you the 1 was I had straight Fs m every Castro said about her performance in school before enrolling in a vocational education it was like uhe really didnt seem to care If you didnt pay they would just send you to the of fice or get you out of They didnt care Then everything was changed Castro admits that before becom ing involved in the vocational pro she really didnt care much about school either In the girl said she considered quitting school But now 1 realize that if 1 dont stop and thinfc and that if 1 dont do Im never going to be able to dp anything she And she has decided to make her future happen Since Castro has turned her string of failing grades miu all Bs and she has decided to go lo college Why should 1 quit now1 want lo slay in this vocational class i 1 dont tu quii she said Castro said her class is different from the other classes she taking Its the the teachers and vhe other students are The make sou ieei good about what you do e eticout age each she said Castro is taiung charge of her life and her iuture She said she feels better about herself after spending the last seven months in the voca tional class learning things she never thought she would want Castro wants to become an tant She said she knows college is expensive and she will need good grades to get in but shes determin ed to accomplish tier goal Castro is one of eight Vocational Office Coordinated Training students ai the middle school won the chance to attend state competition lor the skills Hey learned in their A seven member team from NBMS will compete in opening and closing ceremonies and Castro will cojn
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