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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 26, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas SufMfij April the victims of these crimes theyre not getting any benefits out of said he has received 33 eligibility notices frdm the fesas Board of Pafdons and this Mile at the same 3 prisoners have beefl sent to the Texas Department of Corrections from Guadalupe Assistant District Attorney Dwighl Peschel is also Upset by the ing number of early It seems like everything we do is just a waste of lime he Many of those who are Peschel will return to commit ting burglaries and drugrelated such as selling He said he does not believe that building additional prisons will halt crime problems in the People are the he and only a moral awakening in the country will alleviate the There probably isnt an he because as fast as you build the well fill them Neither is County Judge James Sagebiel a happy Sagebiel said it is sickening to see the county spend money to pro vide attorneys and provide food and housing for defendants who are later convicted then to find out that peo ple get sentenced to three to five years are coming back in a months Prisoners sentenced to eight to 10 years as recently as last year are now becoming eligible for Were talking about people who are selling people who have committed numerous With this kind of ridiculous the county is just wasting the tax payers he I feel like the citizens are going to have to be the ones to urge their elected state legislators to address the he as just cannot allow this kind of atrocious situation to continue to ex At this its just as if theres no justice in the justice he Executive director of the Texas Obituaries Board of Pardons and said he believes the parole board receives ah unfair amount of blame and that the solutions to the prison overcrowding pro blem and early are not as Tlf it wasjusl as simple as keeping pgpple locked Up wed have solved this problem as long time he the state prison systems fixed Byrd means that some prisoners must be let go and the procedures implemented ensure that those released are those who pose the least risk lo the Although he agreed expansion of the state prision system is Bryd said that the expense of prison construction and operation is One current ly under will cost The average prison life he is W Theyre corning in at the rate of per Byrd said of Byrd also said that the board wants to work with officials in but that he believes officials on the coun ty level are tremendously overreac Byrd also said that closer attention should be paid to the problem of juvenile The crimeprone period of a persons life is generally between the age of 18 and What is being doing about he ask This earlyrelease it really sets me Byrd Because its a miniscule aspect of the entire complex problem we are dealing The solution to prison he must come about as the result of a joint effort TThe only way were going to solve any of this is he For the past 10 the prison system has been operating on an openandshut open on Tuesdays and Wednesdays and clos ed the rest of the Last the prison system ad mitted 550 inmates Tuesday and about 210 while 225 in mates were released on parole Tues day and another 212 Wednesdav Councils Monday agenda also in cludes the following Public heariftg to consider a quesf for a special use permit to fdf the storage of wrecked and of abandofided vehicles at 2632 In terstate 35 West which is within a siflglefawily and twofamliy Consider third and final reading of ah ordinance rezoning a portion of 490 81 West to C3 commercial Consider first reading of an dlnance granting a special use per mit to the owners of 2632135 West to allow for the storage of wrecked and or abandoned Consider a resolution approving a lease agreement between the city of New Braunfels and the San An tonio Karl dba Hill Coun try Kart for use of approx imately acres of City owned pro perty adjacent to Loop 337 to be used for a gokart track and related facilities and authorizing the waiver of specific portions of the code of or Consider a resolution authoriz ing the expenditure of 1985 capital improvement bond funds for pay ment of costs incurred relative to 61 liquid foe tine by as it effects Ihg feconstfuctfoft ef Consider i resolution allocating funds ttQm occupancy tas revenue and approving eentf acts between the city and Bf auntels Foun dation Trust Heritage Society of New Braunfel Mew Bfaunfels Childrens MuseUm New Braunfels Conservation Society Sophien burg Memorial lnc Consider a resolution approving an addendum to lease agreement bet ween the city and Ray Biedermann and Jim Biedermann for the Landa Park Miniature Golf Discuss and consider action to proceedwith the sale of a portion of the Faust Street rightofway to the abutting property owners for the ap praised value of the Contractors Consider approving report of the tax for March Report of the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Convention and Visitors Bureau for the period through March City Council City Manager Citizens Authorities seek identity Comal County Sheriffs Depart ment and Schertz Police in vestigators are attempting to iden tify this 18to 20yearold whose body was found April in a culvert in south Comal This composite sketch was made by Willie a local police ar Travis County Medical Ex aminers determined the woman died of a drug although type of drug that killed her is still The womans body was found by two young girls near the frontage road of Interstate 35 just south of FM The woman was 4inches tall and weighed 130 She had dark brown hair about 10 inches long Anyone would might know the woman is encouraged to call the sheriffs department at 6259144 or Schertz police at 6585321 Mamie Lawrence Services for Mamie Lawrence of HCR Box 753Q at Canyon Lake will be at 10 Monday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Lin wood Kennedy of New Braunfels of Burial will be in Comal died April 24 at McKenna Memorial Lawrence was born A retired shoe clerk at Cookies Shoe she was a member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ and the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Survivors include her Gary Lawrence of Canyon Lake four grandchildren and two great Pallbearers include James Roy Lee Lou Weirner and Paul Memorials rnay be made to the Amei ican Legion Post Postal Service takes bids on old NB off ice The Postal Service is offering local investors a chance lo buy a part of New Braunfels history and get it sealed and delivered The old post office at 196 Castell is being offered for public sale and Postmaster J Brent Moland said he has no When you look at that old building and look at this you wonder How did we ever get that Public Records Convictions County Court at Law Judge Ron Prichard Charles Frederick 431 Hollow San Sioi 60 days probated two years Mark Hayden 7 Box Canyon S650 fine 180 days probated two 30 days shock Billie driving while license Public meetings New Braunfels City Council will meet Monday in regular session beginning at at the meeting room of New Braunfels Utilities for action on a varied agenda The ses sion will be preceded by executive session for council to discuss the city county landfill and pending litigation by Bad Inc New Braunfels Drainage Advisory Committee will meet Tuesday at 7 3d in the meeting room of the Utilities to study and recommend to council a proposal from a private engineering firm to perform a corn prehensive watershed management study for the city Comal County Commissioners will meet in regular session Thursday beginning at lo on the third floor of the county courthouse annex An agenda workshop session is slated just prior to the meeting at 9 30 Comal Appraisal District board of directors will meet at April at appraisal district 644 North Loop 337 i for the purpose of ocnsidering a lease agreement for office space with New Braunfels Independent School District Approval of the lease agreement is possible New Braunfels ISO board of trustees will meet at 7 p in Mon day lor a special action meeting The only Hem on the meetings agenda is the authorisation of a bid for an addi lion to Memorial Primary School The board will meet at the Center library at W Mill si New Braunfels Utilities board of directors will hold its monthly meeting starting at 4 311 p m Thurs day The board will consider the ex isting agreement with the oi New Braunfels for use of Mils board room The board also will con sidei adjustments to the authorized number of employees and consider pun basing properly adjacent to the new Sherilfs Iosse Substation site Follow ing an executive session to confer with an the board will consider approval of a resolution for the issuance of revenue bonds and a preliminary officials statement for the the proposed Canyon Dam hydroelectric project The meeting will be held at board room in the NBl buiding at 263 Mam Plaza three days jail Billie 1093 90 days probated two 18 months Guardian Brad 370 San three days license suspended six mon Ricky 513 driving while license three days Raul Luciano Box La license suspended one 15 days jail Raul Flores Lopez Moss San GO days probated two years Texas District Court Civil Filings Lisa Stout v Betty R much equipment and people in mat he said referring to the old post of f ice The old post otlice was built in 1916 and served as the citys mam office until last The building stands on a squarefoot lot and has square feet of interior floor square feet on the first floor and square feet in the basement A 675 squarefoot platform is attatched to the building Moland said the post office boxes have been removed from the old building as was most usable equip ment He said the which were installed in are being can nibalized and used to replace similar ones throughout the country as need arises Some metal cases re main in the building and Moland said they will be sold through auction A spokesman in the citys planning department said the lot is zoned C2 for general business Such a designa lion allows professional retail or services businesses The zoning prohibits the installation of li quor stores or manufacturing l the bids dont meet tne ap the bids will be thrown he said Bids must be submitted on forms which may be obtained from Juamta B L S Postal Ser Po Box TX 752667180 Bids must be submitted to the postal service by June 16 REmiNDS Oil PHANQi LUBRICATION AND If HIND COUSTYflRD iQMHf 6293350 WmVTUN piseQuuf GQuWom Diamonds To Give or to Keep 254C Cf f 4 SAMiS FINi JEWELRV 173 Looted in t Weather Water Watch 380 els Canyon Lake 8 Canyon Lake 601 efs up 1 Canyon Lake same Edwards down forecast NORTH TEXAS Highs Sunday and Monday 84 to Lows Sunday night near 50 southeast to near 60 WEST TEXAS Isolated showers or thunderstorms southwest after noons and otherwise most ly fair north and partly cloudy south Sunny north and partly cloudy south Sunday and mostly sun ny Highs Sunday mostly 80s but upper 60s Lows Sun day night 50s but 42 mountains and 48 far Highs Monday 80s but near 70 mountains to 77 far west to 79 SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy and warm Sunday with isolated showers Generally fair Sunday night Mostly sunny and warmer Highs Sunday in the 80s with near 90 Lows Sunday night 50s north to near 60 Highs monday in the 80s with lower 90s Extended Forecast Tuesday through Thursday SOUTH TEXAS Tuesday through partly cloudy skies with warm afternoons and mild nights Highs in the except 90s southwest Lows in the 60s NORTH TEXAS Tuesday through warm days and mild nights with no rain expected In creasing wind and humidity likely by Thursday Overnight lows around 60 and daytime highs in the low to mid 80s WEST TEXAS Tuesday through mostly fair and mild Tues day through except isolated thunderstorms possible late each Panhandle and South highs near 80 to mid Lows mid 40s to lower Permian Basin and Concho highs upper 70s to mid Lows mid FAR WEST Highs near 80 to mid Lows mid 40s to mid BIG BEND Highs most ly 70s mountains with mid 80s to mid 90s along the rio Lows 40s mountains and 50s lower Texas Weather A layer of clouds covered much of Texas on while light rain and scattered thundershowers fell along the Rio Grande Valley and in the South Clouds stretched from the far West through the Southwest and into South the National Weather Service said Forecasters said a high pressure systemover the rest of the state pro duced thin cloudiness over the South Central Texas and the Coastal Bend North northeast and southeast sections of the state had clear skies Temperatures were mainly in the 70s and but readings dropped in to the 60s under the cloud cover and in raindampened and warm ed into the 90s in he Coastal forecasters said Late afternoon extremes ranged from 62 at Marfa to 94 in Beevtlle Births McKenna Memorial Hospital and Mrs Steve 424 Guada Coma 6 12 ounce April Mr and Raymond 456 Merriweather 7 13 ounce boy April Mr and Mrs Dana 703 Woodcrest 7 4 ounce April22 and Mrs Ernie 1172 Forest San 6 15 ounce April 23 Mr and Mrs Ronald Rt Box 7 7 ounce April24 iBauarian Billone Rrntmfple DLInvt Braunfels Oldest and Finest Restaurant and Biergarten l tnti Sunday Buffet All you can eat am Dm Pm Enree uvistrr i Dance to HiToppers Wine Cheese Party to Beneift J Peter Paul Air conditioner Coming soon in June Bavarian PokaFest I Reservations Available 6250815 Open Daily ai 11 am 8 9 V B 9 9 g g B II 0 ff Q 0 p o o o o o o 9 9 p f I CtlQOiffiom a uding and in vaiying ccupii tyfce at i 6 173 S Segym 625 3325   

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