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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 25, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page HERALDZEITUNG March 2001 Contact Managing Editor Margaret Edmonson at 6259144 Dispatch pubiic hearing addresses GBRA permit request Stereo stolen Someone stole the stereo out of a pickup late Wednesday or early A New Braunfels Police Department spokesman said the bur glary occurred in the 1500 block of Business The value of the missing stereo is There was no sign of forced police Boat accident CANYON LAKE Nobody was injured Saturday afternoon in a boating accident on Canyon A catamaran capsized in choppy waves off the Randolph recreation area shortly before 3 Late Saturday officials reported the boat was left in the water because the waves and wind made righting it too Four killed CLEVELAND AP Four people were killed and another was critically injured late Friday when two trucks collided along a twolane rural road in East Texas Department of Public Safety officials said a truck with three men crashed headon into a sec ond truck traveling in the opposite direction as it attempted to pass on Texas 105 about The unidentified 22year old male driver was killed along with passenger Scott of Waco resident Richard was listed in critical condition Saturday at Memorial Hermann Hospital in Two female Cleveland residents in the other Helen and April also Troopers said an investi gation of the accident was but there was no evidence alcohol was The accident occurred about two miles south of which is about 40 miles north of Heroin sentencing SHERMAN AP Four Piano men who worked for the same drug organiza tions that supplied former Dallas Cowboy Mark Tuinei with a lethal dose of heroin have been sentenced to lengthy prison terms on charges of conspiracy to distribute heroin and The defendants Jesus Julian Solis Andres Milan and Favian Ramos each faced a maximum sentence of life in prison and a million Carbajal was sentenced Thursday by District Judge Paul Brown in Sherman to life in On Brown sentenced Perez and Milan to 11 year prison and Ramos to 12 According to testimo ny at the fourday trial in the men were part of two drug rings that operated in Dallas and Officials said the groups imported drugs from California and Meetings NEW BRAUNFELS CITY COUNCIL Municipal Council 424 Castell SCHERTZ CITY COUNCIL special workshop 7 Municipal Complex conference 1400 Schertz COMAL COUNTY COMMIS SIGNERS COURT regular commissioners 3rd Comal County Courthouse 150 Seguin BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer The GuadalupeBlanco River Authority will present a permit request connected with a Canyon Lake pipeline project at a public hear ing in New Braunfels Thursday the New Braunfels City Council will decide if ques tions it wishes to have answered about the which will bring water to a parched Bulverde at least for to northern Bexar And the part of the acre feet of water in any five slated for the GBRAs West ern Canyon project that will go to Bexar County is the one blockage in the whole pipeline plan for many in Comal The Texas Natural Resources Con servation Commission will conduct a public hearing on the GBRA permit request to provide an additional acre feet of water to the pro ject at 7 Thursday in the New Braunfels Civic An acrefoot of water is or the amount of water it would take to cover one acre of land with water one foot There is bad blood between Bexar See A little push CHRIS Adam from Wylie High helps Hailey Davis through part of the obstacle course Saturday at Seguin High School during the Naval JROTC drill meet hosted by the SeguirvHigh School Euthanasia planned for 21 Texas cattle COLLEGE STATION AP The Department of Agriculture says at least 21 cattle held under quarantine in Texas will soon be eutha nized as part of a plan to ease concerns that some might be infected with mad cow dis The imported four years ago from Germany for were isolated when the outbreak of mad cow dis ease erupted in offi cials Soon the banned the import of cattle and meat products from the European Animals already in the United States were Contami nated feed is believed to cause the illness in None of the cattle in Texas has shown any symptoms of the bovine spongiform encephalopathy 29 cows were shipped to and USDA officials said none of those that died had the Within the next few the rest will no longer be a an official with the Texas Animal Health Com mission They will be there is no question of agency spokeswoman Carla Everett told the BryanCol lege Station The only question is It will be this NBU work to disrupt water service for some SPECIAL TO THE HERALDZEITUNG A number of NBU cus tomers will experience a tem porary disruption in their water service on Mbnday as NBU crews perform work on water mains in their The work will affect cus tomers located on Stonewall Street from Mesquite Avenue to Walnut Avenue as well as those on Hickory Avenue from Coll Street to In order to ensure the safety of the crew and keep the project on the intersection of Hickory Avenue and Stonewall Street will be closed while work is being conduct Detour signs will be post ed and drivers should follow these alternate routes in order to avoid The project is scheduled to begin and b1 amounts for use during the NBU crews will be work ing to complete the project as quickly as Customers with questions Monday Residents are strongly encouraged to fill con tainers with water beforehand in order to have adequate Joy Nicole Boykin Born on May in New Weight at birth 7 3 Length 19 Proud parents are Brian and Brandi Grandparents are Michael Ben and Jams s Scholarship banquet features baseball legend SPECIAL TO THE HERALDZEITUNG Ted Double Duty Radcliffe will be the keynote speaker at the Second Annual Smokey Joe Williams Schol arship Banquet on April 5 at the Coliseum in Double Duty Radcliffe is the only known living Negro League teammate of 1999 National Baseball Hall of Fame Smokey Joe Radcliffe will arrive in Seguin on April 5 and is the keynote speaker at an annual banquet that raises funds for the Smokey Joe Williams A social hour and silent auction begins at 6 and dinner is served at 7 Tickets are per person and can be purchased by call ing the City of Seguin at 401 2435 or the Chamber of Com merce at Radcliffes career spanned from 1928 dur ing which time he served as a I catcher RADCLIFFE pitcher and He was a catcher for Smokey Joe Satchel Dizzy Bob Feller and Bob He appeared in six EastWest All Star He competed against Honus Ty Grover Cleveland Alexander and Willie He batted over in six dif ferent Smokey Joe Williams was born in Seguin on April He is acknowledged as one of the greatest pitchers in the history of the Williams and Radcliffe played together on the I93T Home stead considered by many to be the greatest Negro League team ever Day Richie love SioBhain Boy Leo TIME WARNER CABLE PRESENTS The New Braunfels Music Fiddle Fest Presents a fun day at Join us for fiddlin good barbq sandwiches MARCH 31 in the parking lot 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