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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 17, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2A HERALDZEITUNG November 2005 Residents voice concern about Schlitterbahn buses By Ron Maloney StaffWriter A Commerce Street resident told New Braunfels City Coun cil on Monday that Schlitter bahn shuttle buses were ruin ing her neighborhood and that the waterpark should find an alternative route on sum mer Lynette Clauser spoke to council when it was reviewing the rental agreements from the Comal County Fair Associa tion and various people who rent the Arts and Crafts build ing as well as Waterpark Man agement which operates In addition to the acreage it leases from New die fair association owns a parcel of land mat it leases to Schlit terbahn for per year to use for overflow parking on summer On Monday nights council consent Council woman Kathleen Krueger asked that the fair associations lease be pulled for The consent agenda is the portion of the agenda for items that city staff thinks are not Those items are usually passed on a single Krueger said her intention wasnt to interfere in the fair associations but instead she wanted to air in public concerns Commerce Street residents expressed about Schlitterbahn I wasnt seeking to make this lease null and but I want to bring it to the attention of the council and the public that this is a problem that has created ingrained resentments that are growing day by Krueger 1 think well have to look at it as time goes It is in that spirit that I pull this Krueger noted that Schlit terbahns lease requires that it not create a Schlitterbahn does a fine job in so many so Ive asked them to look at this Krueger Clauser said shed lived in the area more than two Its a big Clauser told They go 30 to 40 mph down the The speed limit is They push it Clauser estimated that as many as 30 shuttle buses an hour traveled Commerce Street and were causing the road to Tour she also used the street as a shortcut to get around Common Its a nightmare when you live she You wouldnt believe the dust they kick For its a miser able situation all Schlitterbahn created the They should have to deal with it out on Common Street and not in our neigh Councilwoman Valerie Hull said Schlitterbahn was working to try to deal with the prob Council asked Police Chief Russ Johnson to comment on the situation particularly what would happen if the shuttles were moved onto Common which morn ings and evenings during the summer backs up with traffic bound for Schlitterbahn and the Schlitterbahn is in a unique place in this Johnson People would have to get there one way or I know what it would do to our I think I would rather have a few shuttles run ning during the summer than more vehicles on my Mayor Bruce Boyer asked Johnson what would happen if the buses were moved onto Common I think well back up the traffic even Johnson Boyer asked if cars could divert to the side streets if traf fic on Common I think people will get tired of sitting in line and will look for the first available Johnson None of the agreements was amended or affected by which approved them Tentative deal reached on Patriot Act Salvation Armys Thanksgiving Food Fair Friday afternoon The Salvation Army in Comal County will present its first Thanksgiving Food Fair from 1 to 4 Friday at Tree of Life 652 Loop 337 in New The cosponsored by the San Antonio Food Bank and Tree of Life is designed to help less fortu nate residents have groceries for The fair is open to all residents of Comal A photo identification card with proof of residence is also Those desiring assistance are encouraged to come Groceries will be distributed on a firstserved Individuals or businesses interested in supporting this event or the general work of The Salvation Army may con tact or send cash donations to The Salvation 373 Landa New For call 830 Christmas Eve killer executed HUNTSVILLE AP A Houston man was executed Wednesday evening for a Christmas Eve killing spree that left a Baytown man and two of his children In a final Shan non Charles Thomas repeat edly expressed love for his I want you to be strong and get through this Thomas said with his sister standing a few feet from looking through a Do not fall Keep going Dont let this hinder Let everybody know I love He was pronounced dead at five minutes after the lethal drugs began to Relatives bringing Christ mas gifts to the home or Roberto Rios 12 years ago in just east of Hous were greeted with the horror of discovering the three had been beaten and a steak knife still in his His 11yearold and 10yearold were upstairs in the small both face down and shot in the MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD ARRESTS Law enforcement officers in New Braunfels and Comal County arrested the following Tomas Bruce North failure to causing bodily Johnny Ascencion New assault by Richard Mc violation of promise to while license David New Braun assault of apubjipservant Emilio Javier failure to criminal trespass of a habita driving while Jose Juan San no drivers license two no Robyn Dlisa 47 theft by check between and possession of less than 2 ounces of Julia Renee New theft by check between and Joseph Daniel assault causing bodily family violence c Kerry Joe 32i failure to obey com while intoxi second Tonia Holly Canyon violation of Com missioners Court Order Vonda Jean New assault by family Pilar Bega Sandoval New contempt of Clive Edwin Singleton Canyon driving license Jeffery Michael possession of between 4 and 200 grams of a con trolled Tony Ray assault causing bodily violence interfer ing with an emergency theft between and John James failure to maintain financial responsi bility no drivers PRINTS PERSIAN RUGS BOOKS AMERICANA UNCERTAIN V1 Farmer Ma Farmer Market 1176 FM306 OLD HUNTER HOURS 10AM DARK 10AM 6PM NEXT TO DOUGS BAR BQ Fall Crop Shelled Pecans FALL CROP SHELLED PEAS VINE RIPE TOMATOES CUCUMBERS HOME GROWN SQUASH TEXAS CITRUS Established Years Select Exhibitors From Across the Country with Quality Antiques at Affordable Prices ANTIQUES San TX Areas Oldest Finest Show Airport Convention Center next to Antique Center 8505 and 20 SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE Show Hours 106 114 Antiques are your best investment Open to the Public Off admission with this good for two Precious metals will be professionally polished at this show good fur return all 3 days Certified Apraisals done Saturday proceeds benefitting the Call Continental 2813160632 and Maxwell Case celebrate their 60th wedding anniversary November Carol Schiener of NY and Maxwell Max Case of NY married November They have resided in New TX since The couple have two sons and a four grandchildren and five great The children and their spouses celebrated with them at a party on August 13th in With your COINS MAPS DOLLS LINENS TURQUOISE ART ITJIHIW DWffi The following advertising deadlines have been changed to acommodate the Thanksgiving We would like to wish everyone a Safe and Happy Thanksgiving From the employees at the HeraldZeitung Retail Classifed Display Ads Publication Date Deadline HeraldZeitung HeraldZeitung HeraldZeitung HeraldZeitung November 24 November 25 November 26 November 27 November 18 November 21 November 21 November 22 Classifed Line Ads HeraldZeitung November 24 November 22 noon HeraldZeitung November 25 November 23 nnonj HeraldZeitung November 26 November 23 noon The HeraldZeitung will be closed Thursday November HERALDZEITUNG 707 Landa New Texas 8306259144 WASHINGTON AP A tentative agreement to renew the Patriot Act this week teetered late Wednesday without explicit support of the lead Senate as Democrats complained that the draft wouldnt suffi ciently curb the FBIs power to probe the most private aspects of peoples Hours after House and Senate negotiators said they had reached a tentative pre dawn Democrats and civil libertarians com plained that it didnt address their chief concern the curb ing of FBI power to gather certain information by requiring the investigators to prove the subjects records are connected to a foreign agent or At least four Democratic senators announced their displeasure with the propos joined by John Cony ers of ranking Democrat on the House Judi ciary Senate Judiciary Commit tee Chairman Arlen had hoped to reach an agreement that his coun ranking Democrat Pat Leahy of could But by Specter had scheduled then canceled a news conference on the Patriot COMAL CONTINUED FROM Page 1A New employee has experience with growth work on the two proposed bond which go before voters Thats what I really he New devel opment and also preserving older Bloxham said he was excit ed to see the proposed bond included many renovations of existing preserv ing the current Old schools are our his he Its important to preserve them as long as it doesnt interfere with edu Trustees also learned that Deborah a teacher at Goodwin was named KENS 5s ExCEL Teacher of the Her story will be featured at 6 today and 8 Saturday on the television TEXAS LOTTERY SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot million WEDNESDAY LOTTO 1 EX ft LOITER 1113203237 BB 26 MEGA MILLIONS MB 7 Megaplier 4 PICK1 Day606 915 TfXASTWlSTEP CASH FIVE 38131635 SHOTGUN WILLES Lawn and Garden Equipment Repair 168 Nacogdoches New Braunfels 8306268874 2108270272 I Offering residential and commercial repair WE WILL BE CLOSED ON 23r24 24 FABULOUS THANKSGIVING Are You Bf aking These Mistakes f My Nightmare Car Accident Not long I had a car The car was but what Im experiencing is much worse than any vehicle dent or collision ttlhat Im going through now is a pain nightmare Back I thought I was I wish I had read this FREE REPORT the moment I got home from the accident It would have saved me and and all the physical suffering Im going through right now If You Have Recently Been Involved in an Automobile Accident even if you think you are not get this FREE Report Not Knowing this Key Information Will Cost You and Suffering Get the FREE REPORT BONUS Instantly at the Website address below The Report also contains a Bonus Gift HOWTO CONTACT US HeraldZeitung 707 Landa New TX 78130 fax 830 6251224 Published on Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung USPS 707 Landa or Drawer New Comal Texas Periodical postage paid by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung in New Subscription ratei Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties Three 3 Six 6 One 1 Mail delivery outside Comal County in Texas Three 3 Six 6 One 1 Mail outside Texas Six 6 One 1 Postmaster Send address changes to the New Braunfels Drawer New Delivery problems Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 Tuesday through Friday and by 7 Saturday and Sunday can call 830 Staff directory Editor and Publisher 20J^doug.tpney@heraldzeitung.com Jeremy Managing Editor ExtJ20jjpafford@heraldzeitung.com Jeff Circulation Director Ext 228 jfowlBr@heraldzeitung.com Marketing 208 nbell@heraldzeitung.com Valerie Business Manager Henry Production Manager 830 Robyn Graphic Department 205 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