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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 26, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas 25 Cents Tuesday 1991 4 Serving NEW BRAUNFELS and COMAL COUNTY Home of L itUl One 10 Pages Police search for leads in stabbing By ROBERTSTEWART Staff Writer New Braunfcls police continue looking for leads today in the stabbing of a 26yearold New Braunfels man late Saturday Joe of the 600 block of Bavarian remains at McKenna Memorial Hospital recovering from multiple stab including one in the victims said Ray Douglas of the New Braunfels Police He received wounds not only in the front but in the back as Douglas There were possibly two suspects that were confronting him and got into the I dont know if he turned to leave his assail ant or if there in somebody in the Some of the wounds are in the vic tims hands as if he was trying to deflect an attackers Douglas The stabbing incident occurred at Saturday in the courtyard of the Bavarian Manor Apartments at 614 Bavarian Emergency Medical Service reports indicate that the man remained conscious en route to the The crime scene was marked with blood on the sidewalk across the apartment complex tracing the victims path from near Building 8 to Building where he reportedly Clumps of a bandana and a cigarette package were on the ground at the location of the No weapons were recovered at the Douglas said police will re interview witnesses to gather more information about the Charges of aggravated assault will be filed if an arrest is made in the said Basel He added that once all medi cal evidence is the charge could be upgraded to attempted mur der upon consultation with the Dis trict Food drive continues The New Braunfels Herald Zeitungs Cheer Fund drive now has raised The goal of the drive is to raise money to provide Christmas dinners to local residents who are less Daily updates of how much money has been contributed will appear in the Herald until the delivery Latest contributors are and Ervin Schaefer Porter Christine Bill and Lula m Local church school Photos by Karlai Stammtisch Council tees off on golf issues Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zcitung wishes happy birthday today to Jackie Judy Rachael Frances Clem Villanue Dennis Joey Amy Davidson and Henry Belated birthday wishes lo Michael Anthony Salizar and Mar vin Anniversary wishes loday to Barney and Irene Battles and Anthony and Elizabeth Hot holiday meal Adobe Cafe will serve an expected free meals to iho needy during the second annual Hoi Meals for the Holidays at the Civic Center from 58 The menu includes rice and beans and The meals are intended for those who otherwise wouldnt get a hot meal during the particularly families in financial hardship and senior Republican Men Republican Mens Club of Comul County will meet tonight at 7 at ihe Ouadalupe Valley Tel phone Jack Borchers will deliver a speech on the Caring for Children All members 2A Good Day Expect clear skies and cool win dy conditions today as the hi temperatures rises to about For more weather infor mation see page Insldi DEAR TV Uf Council looks for answers on golf course By LARRY ROWE Staff Writer A feasibility study for a prop osed second golf course raised more questions than answers at Mondays City Council meeting until council members decided to shelve discussion for a later Concerns about the studys million cosl estimate for the golf among other brought citizens and council mem bers to question whether the studys recommendations were right for New I really think we should study this and I think we should workshop said Council Mem ber Paul who moved to table the Theres a lot of information in this and I want to tell you this baffles and I dont think Im really too He recommended thai the work shop not be conducted until after the first of the when several other issues are out of the City Manager Hector Tamayo said that after interested firms could be contacied and asked lo present their ideas to the council for building a golf course at their If theres an economic vacuum that exists for a new golf course and its let private industry do Council Member James Ooodbread said in response lo the a city bond issue for building it should be up to the citi he Im not sure that there is total support for a second golf The conducted by Club Mark estimates the cost for an course at the preferred site to be The studys preferred site is on the WordBorchers ranch west of the commercial section of the nexj to the intersection of Texas 46 Loop the study stales thai costs were based on a general hypoihesis and may be impacted by a number of such as construction engineering and architectural and pre opening personnel and training The study also gives an estimate of million for an optional 200room hotelconveniion center to accompany the Some of the citizens who addressed the council on the issue said a smallerscale golf course might be more appropriate for New Some also argued that retired people on fixed who make up a good part of the citys would noi be able to afford the fees for an upscale golf Kay who identified her See Page 2 Golfers oppose fee hikes By LARRY ROWE Staff Writer A group of golfing retirees who helped fill the City Council cham bers Monday night succeeded in killing a proposal for fee hikes at the Landa Park Golf Council members lei the propos al die for luck of a motion after hearing complaints at the meeting and by phone The fee proposed by See Page 2 Taxpayers voice costly concerns By ROBERT STEWART Stiff Wrlttr Trustees of the Comal Independent School District heard concerns of dis trict taxpayers at their regular month ly board meeting Monday at Smithson Valley High Why cant we tackle ihe ineffi ciency within this local said Richard Edwards who lives on the north side of Canyon Im here to give the view of a taxpay er who got jolted by the ceni CISD tax rule increase and wants to know whals going Edwards said hat he was DTP uninformed but that he began seeking answers when he received his CISD tax He ques tioned why CISD surrounded New BraunftsU why CISD schools are built in Now Braunfels and why CISD administration offices are located Mark of Bulverde sug gested a mass protest trip to Austin to complain about the tax My bill went up thats my Metier Board President Lee Ikels responded that he and Superintendent Joe Rogers were in Austin again Mon day to try to get some answers from stute After the audience participation portion of the trustees cast their votes in the Comal Appraisal District board The board awarded 956 votes to Wayne 986 to Harvey 206 to Gloria Clennan and 217 to Olyu Broue and Pape were the CISD nominees to the An agenda item that drew more attention than expected was approval of an outofsuue trip lo a cheerleader competition In by the Canyon Middle School I doni care if its noi said patron Carolyn Karbach who lives on Farm 10 Markei Road It is the wrong image to give to the taxpayers of this district at this Barry questioned whether ihe dis trict would have to pay for substitutes for sponsors who would be accom panying the cheerleaders to the national We will use perioiutl days if personal days are not the cost of substitutes will be docked from our said sponsor Siaci Seelhuiiuiier assured the board the trip will lake place with absolutely no cost to the Parents of all 15 students involved have signed a permission agree ing to accept responsibility for all said Rusty prin cipal of Canyon Middle The absences will bo considered bul the students will be allowed lo make up whatever work they Brockman My flrsi reaction was what kind of message is this giving about our district to said Trustee Connie the parent of a senior varsity After determining thai there was uo cost to the board Vice Presi dent Lwoy OooUson made a and trustees approved the trip on vote with Bill Hays not yet The board also approved campus improvement the 199192 tex tbook and policy update by unanimous
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