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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 3, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas HeraldZeitung O Sunday March O 3 A off and running March 8 Editors note The following news release was submitted by the Main Street The entire community is encouraged to come to the Plaza on Friday March at 2 A ribbon cutting rec ognizing the beginning of the New Braunfels Transit System will feature music by Oma and the Oompahs Ger man Band and Ecos of Amer ica Mariachi Band Both state and local dignitaries have been invited to attend the event A short program emceed by new KGNB announcer Eileen Pace will include presenta tions by Mayor Paul Fraser Anice Read of the Texas His torical Commission and Main Street State Office as well as of the Commu nity Council of South Central Texas Monday March 11 1996 will be online for ser vice Four routes will run Mon day through Friday from 7 to 7 On Saturdays five routes will run from 9 to 7 escorting locales and tourists throughout the community Come and wish success during this tri al and demonstration year of 1996 For more information please call the Main Street office at 210 6082100 See you on the Plaza Arrest Reports New Braunfels Police officers made the fol lowing arrests from Feb 17 to Inocencio Morales 66 of Rt 2 Box 707BB in New Braunfels was charged with driving under the influence Feb 17 Joe Natal 27 of 2462 Second Street in New Braunfels was arrested on DPS warrants Feb 17 Bagriel Rodrigo 35 of 3405 Turnabout Loop in Cibolo was charged with driving under the influence Feb 17 Neal Lawton 25 of 901 Glenn Dr in Canyon Lake was charged wtih traffic viola tionsFeb 17 Jaime Valero 18 of 135 Alves Lane in New Braunfels was charged with weapons carrying possession Feb 18 Kenneth Burks 31 of 120 S Liberty in New Braunfels was charged with driving under the influence Feb 18 Roland Leos 25 of 199 S Sycamore in New Braunfels was charged with public intox ication Feb 18 Armando Sanchez 26 of 486 Laurel Lane in New Braunfels was charged with traffic vio lations Feb 18 Ricardo Zapata 42 of 2482 Majestic in San Antonio ws charged with public intoxi cation Feb 18 Juan Herrera 21 of 608 San Antonio in Seguin was charged with traffic violations Jose Romero 30 of 1010 N Nursery in Irving was charged with motor vehicle theft Feb 18 Jose Ordaz 37 of 1485 W Mill in New Braunfels was charged with traffic violations Feb 18 Fernando Rodriguez 41 of 2003 S Fifth in Austin was arrested on DPS warrants Feb 19 Aaron Raygoza 22 of 6711 Colony Pk Cove in Austin was arrested for other author ities Feb 19 Oscar Ramirez 19 of 737 Simon in New Braunfels was charged with public intoxica tion Feb 19 Randall Neubauer 57 of2505 Enfield in Austin was charged with traffic violations Feb Richard Trejo 20 of 15703 Smoke Signal in Pflugerville was charged with liquor vio lations Feb 19 Arturo Devlin 11831 Carshalton in Austin was charged with weapons carrying and possession Feb 19 Patrick Devlin 29 of 11831 Carshalton in Austin was charged with alcohol violations Feb 19 David Spandau 31 of 137 N River Terrace in New Braunfels was arrested for other authorities Feb 20 Joel York 51 of 917 Chicago in New Braunfels was charged with driving under the influence Feb 21 Dale Crage 39 of HC3 348 A1 in Canyon Lake was charged with public intoxication Feb 21 James Gordon 25 of 15532 1 Hip Ave ME in Seattle was charged with public intoxication Feb 21 Daniel Loya 24 of 3360 Comer Ave in Rubado was charged with theft Feb 21 Cynthia Mager 21 of Box 51 Rt 1 in Mar ion was charged with forgery Feb 21 Cathy Mager 23 of 49F Rt 1 in Marion was charged with forgery Feb 21 April Maynard 24 of 888 Canyon Bend in Canyon Lake was charged with traffic viola tions Feb 22 SVHS Ecology Club presents river findings March 7 Friends For Rivers will host a presentation by the Smithson Valley Ecology Club on Thursday March 7 at 7 in the Banquet room of Treetops Restaurant The presentation will be on a project that the Ecology Club participated in last June Annette Geroy science teacher at Smithson Valley along with students Adam Stovall and Andrew Kolmeir took a fourday trip along the Guadalupe River The pur pose of the trip was to gather data on the restriction reg ulations use and water quality of the Guadalupe River The trip was made from Canyon Dam to Matagorda Bay The group has been invited to attend the Watershed 96 Symposium in Baltimore and make a presentation there on the their trip Friends For Rivers President David Davenport said the public is invited to attend this special presentation Friends for Rivers hopes that everyone will come and show support for these young people and the work they are doing for the preservation of our natural resources WKMWKflK Offi This great deal is especially for our home folks We appreciate youe business over the years and we want you to bring in this ad for a special discount Valid up to 4 persons on all entrees daily specials MonFri only Not valid with any other offers New Freunfels Smokehouse 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