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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 17, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Arrest New f exas Sunday May Continued from Page 1A J womans name so that relatives can i be 5 Discovered by two yoUfig girls April the body had apparently been dumped into a culvert frorn a along Interstate 35 at FM Ac cording to Travis County medical the Caucasian woman died from a drug Forensic experts in Austin have been unable to determine which specific compound or drug was 3 believe the woman may been living ih Cibolo and probably does not have relatives said a woman positively idefumed the unknown female as one tflfed April 1 to steal her purse at a local convenience The made through sket ches of the woman published ih the aeraldZeitiint and photos of the woman after her cleared a complaint filed by New Braunfels Anyone with further information about the death is asked to call either Rubio at the sheriffs or the New BfaunfelsComal County Crime Stoppers at Persons calling Crime Stoppers remain anonymous and are given a number for future The program pays rewards of up to for information that leads to the arrest and grand jury indictment of persons committing felony Know Cohtinuted ffom Page 1A ISD Superintendent Bill Brown to get the informational campaign Eversberg plans for booths to be set up at New Canyon and Smithson Valley high as well as at New Braunfels and Canyon middle Parents are welcomed to visit the booths to gather information about cocaine and other Drug abuse is considered an equal opportunity It reaches into the poorest slums and the most affluent neighbor It has no regard for color or Research indicates about one in 10 adoles cents abuse drugs and While the United States comprises about 5 percent of the worlds the country accounts for 60 percent of the worlds illegal drug Information about the Kids Say Know campaign stresses that the drug problem is not confined to but has become a serious problem among preteens as Public Records Arraignments Precint 2 Justice of the Peace Judge Doc Blanchard Thomas unauthorized use of a motor Franklin unauthorized use of a motor Convictions County Court at Law Judge Ron Prichard Anthony Stanley Jungmann 407 Canyon 90 jays probated two Guardian Interlock program Jodie Ray 534 Riley 60 days probated two Divorces Johnnie and Gregoria Rainfall totals As of 4 Royal Forest east 75 Bulverde Sauder Lane 4 miles south of Canyon Lake Forest south side of Sun Valley west of Smithson Potters Creek Road Canyon Comal ISD to honor students The Comal ISOs board of trustees will honor several outstanding students and groups at the Monday board cool Student winner of the Texas Association of Student Coun cils presidency Smithson Valley High School soccer bidistrict and area champions Canyon High National Merit Scholar David Williams Smithson Valley Vocational Office Education national finalist Michelle Sammons Michael Duke University Talent Search national winner Canyon High School track district champions Leslie Smithson Valley track state competitor and Canyon High School Piper Foundational 13 198687 Superintendents Administrative I Cabinet will present their Nine Goals for the Nineties to the trustees for their The cabinet has spent the entire school year gathering input and formulating these goals and Weather Water Watch Comal cfs up 5 Canyon Lake cfs down 88 Canyon Lake cfs same Canyon Lake down Edwards up Forecast Highs Sunday and Monday 80s and WEST TEXAS Generally fair but widely scattered thunderstorms mainly east of mountains Sunday afternoon and Highs Sunday 80s except few 70s mountains and 90s extreme south and far Lows Sunday night 48 mountains to 58 Panhandle to 65 Concho Highs Monday 78 mountains to 86 panhandle to 94 Big SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy to occasionally cloudy through dense late night and early morning fog coastal Scattered mostly afternoon and evening thun derstorms from the Hill Country across south central to locally heavy rainfall Lows through Sunday night 60s and Uiii the Heart 11 a Graduate Sterling Silver at Obituaries John Forney Services are pending at Doep penschmidt Funeral Home for John Lakeview died May 16 at McKenna Memorial Alfred Schultz Services were held Saturday at Redeemer United Church of Christ for Alfred 4314 San with the David Pantermuehl Burial followed at Redeemer Cemetery in died May 15 at Normandy Terrace in San The son of John and Alvina nee Penshorn he was born in Bexar He married May Muenchow on in A San Antonio resident for 39 he was a miller at Staffords Feed a member of Redeemer United Church of Bexar Bowling Club and Germania Bowling Schultz is survived by May Schultz of San Antonio two Leroy and Ola Mae Schultz of San and Wilburn and Dorothy Schultz of New Braunfels Alma Luensmann of Zuehl one grandchild two great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews Services were under the direction of Zoeller Funeral HeraldZeitung I USPS 3778001 Published Sunday Thursday and Friday afternoons by New BraunfeU Herald Publishing 70 Laml or Drawer Texas Second Class postage paid by New Bruunfeh Herald Publishing at Neu DAVID KRAMER Editor and Publisher JIM WEBRE Managing Editor DEBORAH LA WHENCE Office Manager SANDIHUTTER Retail Advertising Manager CHERYL McCAMPBELL Classified Manager CAROL AVERY Circulation Manager MA GO IE L OMBARDO Composition Foreman G US EL BEL Pressroom Foreman City Editor Lifestyles Editor Sports Ed Subscription gates Includes applicable sales taxi Carrier delivery in BlWSo Qnd counties three six one Senior Cifaew Discount learner delivery yalyj tig ComM 89Wty in ISA M one f 7ft ff ym by ta PA Key Phone Continued ffom Page 1A you can return the book or you can just ignore The bounded with advertis ing in white and comes with a bill attached in the amount of It contains an alphabetical listing of residential and business a list of telephone numbers in numerical a classified business rural information of the surrounding area and miscella neous information about New Braun fels and Comal We had numerous people call us who were quite Moland said about last years mailed He said the postal service often receives similar complaints concerning vari ous bookofthemonth clubs and other such phone order Officials with the state Attorney Generals office said such matters fall into federal government scrutiny but would consider class action against the company if enough make for better horse complaints were The main thing people who have received these without asking for them is they do not have to pay for said Terry Bilger of the consumer protection division of the state attorney generals office The general implication is the customer is not responsible for the return of the said adding that the company can not legally seek any monetary damages against those who received it without their formal Should the publisher continue seeking payment for the directory from persons who didnt order the bill recipients should notify the attorney generals office in If we received enough complaints we would mediate It would take a large volume of complaints to justify legal Larger numbers Those who did not order the but have already paid for them would need to consult with a private attorney to seek any Some and often elderly will feel obliged to pay for such unsolicited items in fear thata company may attempt to filea lawsuit or flag that persons credit j It is a federal matter sincelit concerns interstate commerce abslutely you do not have to pay for said attorney general press secretary Ron They publisher can try to receive payment but it would not be I The address of Johnson Publishing Company is One Directory Box The attorney generals office telephone number is 512 IMBU Continued from Page 1A Continuing the effort to upgrade the West End sewage system is also a priority for Biggers said the included in the capital improvement fund requirements will be more of the same for the West He said the allocated earlier for improving the system didnt scratch the surface of repairing those old concreate The 50yearold main sewage collection lines in the West End have been severely damaged by infiltrat ing roots and have cracks and Smoke testing last fall pointed out that several pipes leading from homes to main collection lines have cracks and Renovation of the Kuehler South waste water treatment plant is set at Biggers said the plant is virtually being held together by bailing Although the plant is operating within state it is in need of major he To illustrate his Biggers showed slides old dilapidated equipment and machinery at the Also included in the system improvement projects is construc tion of a water storage tank near County Line The including new water is set at Improvement of the Solms water system is estimated at and expansion of the Solms sewage system is set at Expansion of the sewage collection system for OakRun and the Bliedefs Creek area will be million and expansion of the Gruene waste watdr treatment plant is estimated at Storm Continued from Page 1A Numerous power outages were reported to be widespread throughout the Canyon Lake A Pedernales Electric Cooperative spokesperson said as of Saturday afternoon some areas were still without power and could not confirm when power would be restored to those The second annual Cops and Robbers Softball tournament was washed out shortly after getting underway at Comal Rain last year almost ruined the charity though tournament officials were able to Comal County Civil Defense authorities were concerned with rising waters in the Dry Comal and the UnionPacific railroad crossing at Comal Civil defense volunteers were stationed throughout the county to monitor weather conditions until the system Yellow Dot Sale No Yellow Dot prices will be Visit our store and look for the Yellow Dots You will find prices Below Dealer Costs Economy 18 Refrigerator 48995 Extra Urge Washer Energy Saver 23 GE Heavy Duty Dryer Satisfaction Guaranteed 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