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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 6, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page HHUALDZKITUNH October 2001 Contact Managing Editor Margaret Edmonson at 6259144 Dispatch School prank foiled High School stu dents luive boon booked for criminal mischief in connec tion with vandalism at Samuel Clemens High CityIndependent School police chief Larry Anders said the youths were picked up just before 2 Friday by officers who answered a report that someone was vandalizing the They arrived to find graf strewn toilet paper and eggs splattered on most of the schools In the Judson students were carrying a gallon of bleach and report edly planned to burn the Judson logo into the new turf on the Clemens football We understand school spirit and a healthy but when that turns to van we have to put a stop to Anders suspect caught SAN 26 yearold man wanted in connection with a Buda bank robbery has been arrested in Louisiana by the Federal Bureau of Hays County Sheriffs Allen Bridges reported in a news release that Marcus Lee Beam of Buda was arrested in Lake He is being held without bond in the Calcasieu Parish jail on aggravated robbery Other state and federal charges are Beam allegedly 1obbed theFirst American Bank located on North Loop 4 in Buda on Hays County detective Teddy work ing with Texas Rangers and a Travis County was able to identify Beam as the suspect in the rob Bridges Beam is allegedly suspect in Travis County and Austin cases but he is not a suspect in two previ ous robberies at the First American Bank in Help wanted CANYON LAKE The Comal County fire marshal is seeking information on a fire that destroyed a Canyon Lake home late in The a dou blewide mobile was destroyed in a fire on Anyone seeing any suspi cious activity near the resi dence or in the area of Lakeview Park subdivision no matter how insignifi cant may call the fire marshals office at 6203400 or Crime Stoppers will pay a cash reward of up to for information leading to the arrest and grand jury indictment of whoever is responsible for this Call 830 620TIPS or 1 Meetings NEW BRAUNFELS CITY COUNCIL regular Municipal council 424 Castell EDWARDS AQUIFER AUTHORITY Board of Directors 4 1615 Marys San LANDA PARK GOLF COURSE ADVISORY BOARD 7 golf course club shop NEW BRAUNFELS HOTEL OCCUPANCY TAX COMMIT TEE regular conference room Municipal 424 Buy the books JESSIE Haleigh holds a bag full of her very own childrens books and maybe one or two for mom Julie left and baby sister Friends of the Library began their twodollarabag sale at Friday to wrap up their 15th annual book sale at the New Braunfels Civic GBR A installs new directors MCLEROY 1A on the candidates dining its regular ses starting at Guadalupe Castillos fiveyear term on the NBU Board ends Castil lo has applied for reappointment Allen has also applied for the The twoyear terms on the Board for Mark Bill Ray Schoch and John Weber expire Morton and Schoch have applied for while John Robert Michael Larry 1A Gale OHara Pospisil and Sylvia Sanchez also have The board oversees the allocation of the citys three eighth cent sales The terms for Parks and Recreation Board Advisory Board members Ray Martinez and Stefani Powell expire Powell has applied for reappoint Dan John Kay Nancy Michael Randy Heinbaugh and Bill Thompson also have SPECIAL TO THE HERALDZEITUNG SEGUIN Myrna McLeroy of Gonzales Jack Gary of Hays County and Frank Pagel of Refugio County began their terms as new directors of the GuadalupeBlanco River Authority GBRA on 19 at the Boards regular monthly meeting in They were appointed in August by Gov ernor Rick who is replacing for mer director Ashley was raised in Hous ton and moved to Gonzales in where she operates a farm that has been in her family since She is owner of the McLeroy Land Group in Gonza which conducts mineral title searches and negotiates oil and gas leases for various She attended Southern Methodist University and the Uni versity of Her commu nity activities include Torch of Freedom Foundation commissioner of the Housing Authority of a member of the Empowerment Board of Gonzales member of the State Republican Executive Committee since 1996 chair of the Gonzales County Republican party since 1990 member of the American Association of Professional Land men since 1978 and a member of the Gonzales County Chamber of Commerce and Gary lives in San Marcos and replaces for mer director Anne Gary is affiliat ed with the William Gary Partner which is involved in real estate and He attended Southwest Texas State University and the University of where he studied petro leum He is a member of the American Management the American Forestry the Farm Bureau and the First Presbyterian Pagel will represent Refugio County and replaces former direc tor William Blackwell of DeWitt Pagel lives in Tivoli on a farm that has been in his family for three He gradu ated from Texas College with a in Animal Husbandry and has been actively involved in agricultural production since Pagel served in the United States Air Force as an instructor pilot for the 3558th Combat Crew Training Squadron and formerly owned and operated Progreso Avi ation as well as a commercial aer ial application He is a temporary board mem ber of the Refugio County Under ground Water served on the Refugio County Farm Service Agency committee for 20 years and is the current FSA county chair He was named Man of the Year in Agriculture by the Texas County Agricultural Agents Asso ciation in Pagel has been the County Chairman of the Refugio County Republican Par ty since In 1998 and he was Refugio County manag er for Congress man Ron Pauls PAGEL GARY campaigns and a county delegate to the Texas Republican Party State He is also a member of the Texas Century Club and Former GBRA is governed by a board of nine directors appointed by the Governor of the State of Texas arid confirmed by the The 10 counties in GBRAs statutory dis trict are represented on a rotating Previously appointed directors who currently serve on the board include Pamela KendaU County Stephen Wil Calhoun County Frederick Fritz Guadalupe County John Caldwell County Catherine Victoria County and Kathleen Comal Then Tanner asked what he wore on his Brown answered that he always carried a large key ring and a leather knife Defense attorney Stanley Schneider asked her if Davis wore a pager and asked if shed ever actually seen him remove a knife from the leather She acknowledged that she But I saw him use it to fix things around the restau she But you never saw him take it out Schneider You saw something on his hip and assumed it was a knife Fridays testimony opened with crossexamination of former New Braunfels police officer Dennis Schneider pointed out dis crepancies between Heatings written report and a tran script of a taped interview with a To be perfectly that was the first taped statement I took from a wit Keating Prior to had not taken a formal state what I did as a patrolman was gather information on an offense report and forward it to the Criminal Investigations Divi Keating lived in the New Braunfels Oaks not far from For reduced he provided courtesy patrol in the com plex when not on duty as a police The night Balonis was he returned to his apartment to drop off a can of borrowed brass he I had a sense of helpless ness because Kathie was probably killed while I visit ed my Keating Its something Ive had to deal with over the last 12 the prosecutions case is on trial in Johnson City for capital mur der for allegedly lulling Balo a Bulverde third grade teacher who lived in the New Braunfels Oaks If the jury of seven men and five women finds him Davis faces life in District 22 Judge Charles Ramsay moved the trial to Johnson City because of pub licity surrounding the case Davis was tried originally in convicted and sen tenced to life in The conviction was overturned in 1992 because thendistrict attorney Bill Reimer alleged ly intimidated a The trial is expected to last two more 28th Annual Night in ole October 4th 7th October 6 9PM 1AM Stage 1 Thomas Micheal Riley Old Friends Stage 2 Dangerous Spirit Carnival Includes 36 horse carousel OCTOBER SPECIAL 2HRS OF BOWLING BOWLING SHOE RENTAL 1 LG PIZZA OF YOUR CHOICE 1 PITCHER OF SODA to 6 SUNDAYS Noon 8 PM WON thru THURS Noon 8 PM FRI SAT Noon PM ROCK QLOW FRI fi SAT MITES 12 00 PARAMOUNT BOWL 1202 HUISACHE 8306256263
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