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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 21, 1952, New Braunfels, Texas NEW BRAUNFELS ZEITUNG - - HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY August 21, 1952 Ofikf*rs and ^uest«» at the bani|U<'t ondiiiii the wcck-lonii FBI poIi<<> school here Friday fire shown abim*. Ri'adiriii from h-ft to right, they arf: Seated. ( isunty Attorney H. A. Triesth. Special FBI Agent Tom Neal, AnHistant Agent in C harge of the San Antonio FBI ofJi« e M. P. i niles, SptM-ial Agent I). A. Johnson. Special Agent .f. R. (irahani. Special Agent f:rnie Knhnel. police sch<K>l inntrmtor, and Sheriff-Fleet Walter Fellers. Standing, Patrolman Alb«»rt Hoffmann, Poliec Commissioner Dillard Willis. City Patrolmen C. Hyatt, IJK'an Larkins. Leroy Helmke, Deputy Sheriff Ted (»reen. Patrolmen Lester Marsehali Sylv«ster Beek, Herbert lAiersen, Flmer Harborth, W. M. Braker. Frnest Weber. Roy Sehid. and < hief Flmo Arnold. FBI Police School Closes With Banquet Th«- FiU puiice .("hnol lor locai iavv ctitorcfMrifnf ofiiCfrs fiosi-i"! i''!i<iay liiL'h) With a K>aiKjU'>t ;(f Hoff! P'au;.?, and itx' a'.Vriffiiiiti ''I flipioi'ias to 1! ri1\ jhrfjiuTj.'^' SiitM iii'> i )t'pufy 'r>'<j ClffiTi. aiid Siii-nii Wah»'!' Fi'H«-!- i )i{)l<»iiiaa'.varfli'ii Yiy P'i!i<f f/M!ritni:-.-,ioiK'j' iiillard Willi... Cuuiitv AUorjiey Hii-Hiar Tru-.i-h .mfi I^niest Kuh- ntd. VHl spcfiai who con- (iiK fh»' cla.^sf's, afkiressi'd liu' uroup, r^iM'Sffit for the barujuf't w<-re [our specia) a lien Is innii the San Ant,i)ni<) «»lliee i>t the Federal Bureau of JnvestJKalion. M. P. Chdes, assisiatU a^ent in chartie of the bureau there, [> A. Jolinson, J H. Ciraliatt), and Tojn Neal. Tnesch, speiikinjti on the duties of a peace ofhcer, poirited fha» a pohrPîïian':; fir-t ]T--.poii.sihihty IS to maintain the pf'ac«-. arid not tf> make ari-ests ;md obtain convH-iions. "(i '.on !r,en i^vvv eom»:' to the!ofi 'A'hi.Ti' there i.s iio ernne heiîii:; eoninnlted ¡n New t>r anniels. \ou 'vv:!! iiav ac-<oinî)]ished a nohl" fintv," he .'•aui, iîi.\sf)f'et oi the pui>l:.i' ?'»!' the (iepai'tmeTif IS depen(!''nt ujK.n respect for the indiidua! offu'ers, he a<idcd. vSpf/cial Aiierit Kühne! prais-erl the proi^ of the department under the ieadersliip of Chief of Pohcf' Ehno Arnold and (Commissioner Willis, and said that loyalty to the department and between members oi the department leads to the respect which the profession of law enforcement deserves. Chief Arnold, who acted as Schleyer Urges Return of Cards In Political Survey A{>proximately 25 pi'r cent of the 500 postcards sent out in a ])« htical inti'rest survey of Comal County citizens by the C(»-mal County 'Eisenhower for President" Cotiimittt-e have been letuined, Axtell iiyles. chairinan of the comnutlee, re-p!)r'ed Tuoday. The äiH) cards were sent oaf to rs'prrsenlative 'groups in the cviimty, nuikmu; up about lo p<'i' cenf, ni the (iiiahliecl \'oters m, iNtri'i pr.H'iUci, [>yh\'<. said. • liihur. SchieytT. Kepuhhcan CouMv vdi-aii n.ian, ury.i-d ihat rt'CiSXinl;........rTTTTt^ trif ti'i'n; ou; and rt-iui a" theiu. Tfle pi: o! tlu: is to iar as po>sihif the -nnu ihe i'iU/vns ot Ùit:> tount>', hf •^aii.i, and te reei uit W t.u krt .N lui- the Ri pub-li--.m presuk'iitud campaii^n. Sci\ieyer s<ud th«i're is no delire on the pari of the coni-liuttee tu i'uul »jut how individ-uals are planning to cast their vott\ "li an\ i>;ìe fìnds any nuni-ber (jr any olher nìark ori thv eards which iliey think will nuike it |.K>ssible to uientify the persoli sending the card in. they are free to stnke it (»ut. cut it ofT, or do anyiiung else to inake identìlicatiou nnpossible. so loìig as they fili out their presideniial preff^n^nce ;uu{ the question as to whether they are wiiling to work fnr iheir candidate, and send it in." h.e said Byles said that the cards will he canvassed m soon as a large enough return is in to make the results signìiìcant It is probable ^t the canvassing will be held i^xt and r^ults will bejuanouncext, he said.Schools Set Opening Date For Sept 2 Registration in the New Braunff.'ls Public Schools svill Iju^in Tuesday, September 2, With first I asses to be held at a.m. Wednesday, Septem-l>er 3. Principals of tiie schools have announci^d the followini; schedLiles: (.'arl Sclii.irz Elemenlar'-; School vviil re^i'^h.'r tlii' lu'.->t. .-.econd, and ihiid <4]Tii:i»_-s at H a M!, Tuesday .md the fourth, fifth, and sixth urades at 1 p.m. í\a•^da>•. .......-] .iiinur ... El.'n->.--ntary........Sc}u.>u| I'euistration v/ill V-e Uu- >au!e as t!>e Carl Schu.-/. Elemenliiry behind si'hciii.u- Ref;ist!'iitu:n for t!;e Jiavioi' ^li^h lunth uraile be h<'i<.i from 8:3h to It) a.m.; eii^hdi .uraders will re.iiisi.<:-r froni 10:30 a.rn. to 12 nou].\ Tuts4kiy. The seventh j^rade students will sign up from 1 to 2-30 Tuesday. At Sejiior Migh Schcxil. veni(irs will re^i.-tor from 8:30 to 10 a.m.: iuna^'s ircim iO a.m. to 12 ntx.>n; and sophomores will sign up from 1 to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Principals Marvin Doerr of Carl Schurz SchtH>l, Curt Schmidt of Lamar School:' M. E. Rust, assisted by Miss Gladvs Werner, at Junior High School, and E. H. Wi>st and Counselor F. R. DePasqua! at Senior High School, will be in their offices from 9 a.m. to 12 noon and from 1 to 5 p.m. on week days from now until the time school starts, to help students plan their courses and schedules. ma.-.ter of ceremoriie.-'. :-.üd thai two .-.imdar schools are i>iitrìrì'nl hr-fore next Auiiu^t in ei:i;irLîo (»n the educa! !on reco;vod m the classes jiis:. coînple^.f.'d.Further Work On Allen Park Under Way Work o't k^v^hn« aiid lópping th'- parking area at Allen Park on Stanz Hill iot utide!' -A-av Th'i!':-dav, ;t wa- re- p-.rted hv Coiinf. Jvidiie Clar-Hu--. 'Itic i< KS''( roafhva},' tiiroui'h 'k- ¡;srk ;'?i(t t!\e park-üiü -a. v.-Mh v.-alk 'A'a.-, ..U' :-s.nih bv Ca}.)l 'Ik Sc-kki'k cwiisühuru en^Iii.i-T ior ki«- ri'y,.and Joe Sasuit-r-, W.>rk Ol» tlie park beUlli doiie '.v;!h i-qui[jment ar,d worknien ii'om Comniis-sionr-r E u L'eri e Krai;--«' s and Comsm-v-ioner Edyar Kii'mse s precmcts, as well as irotn Coin-mi--ion"r Enie-:f Bart<ds' pre-cmct. m vvhich khe park is locateci. It }.ilann..-d to pavé the (inv»:- and ¡»arRüi:/ area alter iiie ioov.tiiiu n<i\v applied ha.^ iiad tnne lo >etf!(-, kud^f^ Rjce said. C^'n>tnict!on oi the rock-an(k-;;ia-o);r>- wall was also >ched'i-!ed to he ronipleted last week. W. A. "Doc" Scholl Granted Pardon By Gov, Shivers A conditional pardon was granted former Comal County "Sherift W. A. "Doc" Scholl Frida\' bv Governor Aifen ShiveVs IMaurice Acers. executive assi:-tant to Governor Shivers, announctxl eraiitm^' f>f the pardon. Scdioll had been out ot ririson on t ^a'o sia^jpessive 30-(iay iTiK^reencv !ea\'es so tluU he i'iiiiht kt- n-îth his fatiier durinif the illness which led to ' the older Scholls death la^t Wt^rint. sda\-. He w(iuld iiave been elii^ible for release irinii pris(!n s'snietime next m(,>nt.h. Scholl was serving' a tv.-o-yeiu- sentenci" on ci)nviciion oi: a charge that he accepted a bribe to absent himself as a witne-s in a catth.' theft trial. -.......... i> - — Pete Nowotny Honored E.,P. Nowotny. Tail Twister oi kiie Lions Club, was hi)nored at the organizatioiks Thursday luncheon at Hotel Faust. A filiii, "North America Moves Ahead,"' was shown ti) members at the no(in meelinj4. Arlon Elbel v;as protii^am i-hairman. ma.-.ter of ceremoriie.-'. :-.üd thai two .-.imdar schools are i>iitrìrì'nl hr-fore next Auiiu^t in ei:i;irLîo (»n the educa! !on reco;vod m the classes jiis:. coînple^.f.'d. 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