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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 15, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas Local family seeing hard times at Christmas - See Page 2A STAMM ! ISCHFor news, subscription or advertising information, call 625-9144 New Braunfels pl fitto Nbraunfrte TT____|4HcrstiQi18 Pages in two sections ■ Dec. 15,1993 Opinion. ... Letters..... Looking Back Sports Day.. Cuisine..... ...4A ... 5A ..6A 9-11A . 1-2B Canyon Lake    as Ode; Woman was Wednesday mishap here to visit,    CD By JENNIFER ROMPEL    fag*VW^MI Comal County sheriffs deputies    »    --^1-,»    I    ■>■> have identified the body of a female    "■■■    ■ that was found in Canyon Lake Sat-    |j urday as Colleen Kay Tallant, 38, of    •1    ’    5      .    J    aa ^H^BBSSSSaia Odessa.    I    w According to Chief Deputy Wayne    _J Hoherz the body was identified by two friends of the woman from West    X Texas. Hoherz said deputies believe    S' the woman had come to Comal Coun-    ^ ty to visit and was planning to camp at    ^ the lake.    A.    MI The woman’s vehicle, a 1986 Ford    Jg Escort, was found behind the VFW Hall in Schertz by officers from the Schertz Police Department. Hoherz said officers in Schertz were aware    ‘    5|| that CCSO investigators were looking for her car. Tallant’s purse had earlier been found by Schertz police officers. Comal County Sheriff s office investigators are continuing to follow    BBBBSBBSSHj leads in the case. Hoherz said the    WM department does have some strong    j^k    JBK Tallant’s body was found in the    "f    *•]%’«ty lake at ll a.m. Saturday. The body    / "was foundon the south side of the lake near Crane’s Mill Park. Accord-    jfz ing to reports, a fisherman on the lake was the first to find the body.    .    / Au autopsy was conducted on Sun-    y day by officials horn the Travis Coun- ty Medical Examiner’s office. Offi-    Horsdd-Zohung    photo    by    JOHN    HUSETH dais said the death was reported to be A four-ear collision yester day at the 1300 block of Seguin near 1-35 resulted In the two woman being taken to the hospital. One driver lost oon-the result of strangulation and drown- trol of her car and ended up soma one-quarter mile sway on the service road to 1-35. Loretta CaetlHaja (left) wee taken to McKenna Memorial ing.    Hospital where aha was boated and released. woman Birthday wish**! Hie New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung extends the following birthday willies to; Emma Jean CrobiU, Tammy Schriever, Ashley Label* Friesenhahn (IO yrs!), Mary Jan* Cathcart, Darward Peterson, Leonard Fred, Edmond Froths, Regina Wenehe, Gary White, Vicomte CrioMas, Hnrakt-Znttung Cheer donations continuo The New Braunfels Herald-Zdtung's Cheer hind campaign donations continue to pour in, according to Circulation Director Carol Ann Avery. The hind’s proceeds assist local needy fhmilies. To donate, call the Herald-Zdtung a 625-9144. Today's donation was from: ■ Jackie Brinkkoeter*s third grade dan a Memorial Elementary — two boxes of groceries ■ John it Debra— $50 ■ Mr. A Mrs. WI* (ridden—$25BJim& Myrtle Clark— $30 B Today's Total—$5,243412 ! Tut on Your Armor9 hoots Holiday program Flit on Your Armor invites you to a Country Christmas Dec. 18 from 6:30 pre. to 9 p.m. th the Forke Store in Conservation Plaza behind Goodwin Elementary School on Church Hill Drive. Dinner and music, games and fellowship. RS VP a 629-3485. WORD board appointments on tap Thursday From staff reports The Alamo Area Coundul of Gevemments in cooperation with the Texas Department of Commerce, is providing services for Kroger Food Store employees affected by dw pore closures. If you are interested in employment or training services call 629-2949 and ask fbr Anita Hernandez. Services are free. Comal County Commissioners Court will appoint members to the Water Oriented Recreation District board, the Comal County Rural Fire Prevention Districts and the Emergency Service Districts. Also on the agenda is the designation of Lone Star School as a temporary branch polling place for the March 8 Primary Election. The action agenda indudes: B Setting county holidays fbr 1994. B Setting Commissioners Court meeting days, time and place, 1994. ■ Awarding bids for road materials, indigent health care pharmaceuticals and services related to animal control. HfflTw*ftsd Bed aryl ftreikfef* in Bulverde will boat an open house on Saturday, Dec. 18 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 pan. The open home is part of die Christmas *93 Lighting Tour throughout the Texas Hill Country. Homestead BAB is located to Bulverde Road between Highways 281 and 46. Refreshments will be served. Call 210-980-2571 for information. Stage, Inc,, will also Join other •tea businesses to hot* an open house on Dec. 18 from 6:30 pre. to *.30 p.m. Stage in located in Kmuae House at 1300 Bulverde Road Police involved in accident yesterday IBauMMk mhmH rn rn rn* m w~a m rrofn butt reports MiMttlffJEAHklJRfl BAAk* re rererere arePsrepi^TBHreBVre^ea^^w vgp wHFWPaw Inn Unsung Hstoss The Harald-Zsittmg is seeking nominations for Citizen of the Year and Unsung Hemes to be featured in the1994 Hortons edition Submit nominations to Harald-Zattung P.O. Box 311328, New Braunfels, Texas 78131-1328. A New Braunfels police officer was involved in sn accident Tuesday that occurred to the intersection of Union and Toney Streets. According to report* the accident occurred at 6:30 pre. Tuesday. The officer involved was Corp. Russell Bell. Wommack said Bell's police vehicle wu damaged when Alma Quer* eno, of New Braunfels, pulled sway from a imp rign ta the imenecrian. He said Guerrero saki she did not see the police car before she began to cross the inteiiection. Wommack said Guerrero claimed to have injuries but refused medical treatment. Bell was not injured in the accident (The New Brewfels Hersld-ZeUumf" Invites Us renders to submti Umm la SiamaUlreh. According la Un Saphlenburt Archives ami mushers cf Un Osman community, “Slammtlsch" rsprtstms a lUfing place for members id Un community lo tether end share the day's happenings. We ladle yam la   share wUh us.) ;