New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 3, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas
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Page SA Herald-Ze/fung New Braunfels. Texas
Friday. April 3. 1987
Above, rows of concerned parents filled New Braunfels Civic Center Thursday night for a Community Drug Awareness Seminar presented by Canyon Middle School and New Braunfels Middle School and both parent groups with support from
Comal and New Braunfels school districts Speakers included Tyler Thomas Texans' War on Drugs Oliver Stambaugh counselor for the Palmer Drug Abuse Program Bill Reimer Comal County At torney Don West parent
Dave Quilter Drug Enforcement Agent Mark Statler
pediatrician and Roy l.mnartz educator Above right A New Braunfels Middle School student ottered this pictorial vie* of drug abuse At left Travis Soechting just says no' to staying awake during the pro gram and rests on mom Lip da s lap Sister Tiffany and her friend Tara Simpson listen to the speakers At right Comal ISD Superintendent Bill Brown. left and New Braunfels ISD Superintendent Chaves Bradberry discuss the program
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Friday & Saturday April 4th & 5th
Refreshments B Di ving Towels
Will be Served will be Given Away
Kids (’an Enjoy The Koncord Kastle Inflatable Playground
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Closed doors continue at state prisons
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Department of < <>re»? .[ • > .i,-.-
closed today with .« ne.ir recon! number of minute- ti tin- • ma prison system, offn .ii- -.1.«i
The department To-ed it- mr-to new admissions jftei die -, -ten .is deluged with new con. lets eat ter this week putting th** inmate popula Hon over a state mandated * > percent capacity
Figures at midnight Wednesday and released Thursday showed ,5 inmates or we 14 percent of» apacity
481 prisoners more than the 9 > per cent limit allowed by state law prison spokesman <'buries Brown said
'I believe that s a record. Brown said Thursday That'- the highest 1 population count I know of
Only 92 inmates were released on parole Thursday he ac
The prison system th - nation third-largest behind Cannir: .1 aid New York is regular iv ■ a. --«• : to ; ow admissions and releases on weekends
But on two weekends this year in mates were released under loggia lion that stipulates I hey go to halfway houses The new state law awards up to 60 days of good conduct time to selected prisoners
Brown said he did not know if any inmates would tx- release I the weekend
The prisons closed at the end of the business day Wednesday after 211 in mates were admitted and >49 hues day In contrast loo inmates were released Tuesday and D more Wednesday The prison doors opened Tuesday after being closed five day >
During the eight previous weeks, prisons have been open Tuesday - and Wednesdays and closed the re4 of the week
Vote For 1 Lupe Castillo
April 4th 1987 Goal
Provide progressive youtnu ana responsible leadership for All New Braunfels.
Pol Adv IM by the Committee Janie Gonzales. Treasurer
— Elect —
JACQUELYN SCHNEIDER “JACKIE”
District 5 NBISD SCHOOL BOARD TRUSTEE
For - Increased representation on the Board by
Parents whocurrently have children in school.
For - Careful planning and expansion to meet the growth needs of our district.
For - A continued strong discipline code
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