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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 17, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A    Heral6-Zeitung New Braunfels TexasArrest_ Sunday May 17 1987 Phone Continued from P<iqe 1A woman's name so that relatives c an be notified Discovered by two young girls April 3, the body hart apparently been dumped into a culvert from a vehicle along Interstate 35 at F NI 2252. According to Travis County medical examiners, the caucasian woman died from a drug overdose. Forensic experts in Austin have been unable to determine which specific compound or drug was im lived Authorities believe the woman may have been living in Cibolo and probably does not have relatives nearby. Rubio said a woman positively identified the unknown female as one who tried April I to steal her purse at a local convenience store. The identification, made through ^ketches of the woman published in the lh mid /> f ■ <! and photos of die woman after her death, cleared a complaint filed by New Braunfels police. Anyone with further information about the death is asked to call either Hubio at the sheriff's department, 625-9141, or the New Braunfels-Cornal County Crime Stoppers at 620-TIPS Persons calling Crime Stoppers remain anonymous and are given a number for future reference. The program pays rewards of up to SCOOP for information that leads to the arrest and grand jury indictment of persons committing felony crimes.Know Commuted from Page 1A ISI) Superintendent Bill Brown to get the informational campaign going F.veisberg plans for booths to be set up at New Braunfels. Canyon and Smithson Valley high schools, as well as at New Braunfels and Canyon middle schools. Parents are welcomed to visit the booths to gather information about drinking, marijuana, cocaine and other drugs. Drug abuse is considered an equal opportunity illness It reaches into the poorest slums and the most affluent neighborhoods. It has no regard for race, creed, color or age Research indicates about one in IO adolescents abuse drugs and alcohol While the United States comprises about 5 percent of the world's population, the country accounts for BO percent of the world's illegal drug consumption Information about the Kids Say Know" campaign stresses that the drug problem is not confined to teen-agers, but has become a serious problem among pre-teens as well. Public Records Arraignments Precint 2 Justice of the Peace Judge Doc RI,inc hard Thomas A I ope/., unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, $2,000 l>ond. Franklin I). Matthews, unauthor ized use of a motor vehicle. $10,000 bond Convictions County Cont t it I ,iw Judge Ron Prichard Anthony Stanley Jungmann .lr , to? Dome. Canyon Lake. DWI, $300 fine, fro jays probated two years. Guardian Interlock program 18 months. Jodie Ray Biedermann, 534 Riley Road. Seguin. I)WI. $300 fine. BO days probated two years Divorces Workmann. Johnnie and fJregoria Rainfall totals Location..............................Inches As of 4 p rn Sunday Royal Forest (east county) Bulverde IRaheresidence) Sauder Lane (4 miles south of Sequin) Canyon I ake Forest (south side of lake! Sun Valley (west of Smithson Valley) Potters Creek Road (Canyon Lake) 1 75 1 70 1 04 1    25 2    50 0 80 Comal ISD to honor students The Comal LSD's hoard of trustees will honor several outstanding students and groups at the Monday (roan! meeting llvnuH'ps "ill include Canyon High School Student Council, winner of the Texas Assoc iation of Student Councils presidency; Smithson Valley High School soccer team, district, bi-distnct and area champions; Canyon High National Merit Scholar David William- Smithson Valley \ oc ational < Min e education national finalist Michelle Sammons; Michael Spears, Duke University Talent Search national winner; Canyon High Sc hool track team, district champions; Leslie McCoy, Smithson Valley track state competitor; anc! Karen Arthur, Canyon High School Piper Foundational scholar The 13 members of the 1986-87 Superintendent s Administrative Cabinet will present their Nine Goals for Hie Nineties" to the trustees for their consideration The cabinet has spent the entire* school y ear gathering input and formulating these* goals and recommendations. Weather Water Watch Forecast SOI"! lf IF. XAN Partly cloudy to oc c a clonally c loudy through Monday, dense late night and early moi lung fog coastal plains Scattered mostly afternoon ariel evening thunderstorm' from the Hill Country across -oath central to .southeast, locally hea\\ rainfall possible Lows through Sunday night 60s and 70s Obituaries Comal River ....................... 380 cfs (up 5) Canyon Lake inflow .............515    cfs (down 88) Canyon Lake outflow............... 607 cfs (same) Canyon Lake level................ 908    56 (down .04) Edwards    Aquifer................... 627 23 (up .01) Highs Sunday and Monday 80s ariel 90s. WFSL TFX AS: Generally fair but widely scattered thunderstorms mainly east of mountains Sunday afternoon and evening Highs Sunday 80s except few 70s mountains and 90s extreme south and far west Lows Sunday night 48 mountains to 58 Panhandle    to    65 Concho Valley. Highs    Monday    78 mountains to 86 panhandle to 94 Rig Bend. Hvrald-Ztitung 11 S PS J77 HIHH Piihhshid Sit ii tim/ morn iii/ / in 'tiny, ll i lim sihiy, IA ursihty tim! I I liny HIU manus by \> u Hum uh Is Ut mhl I*nhhshiiiq (n. /(17 lo min ■Sir , r Hi I I tnt ii • I JI UTH, \ i ii Hum nu I'. Tuns 'SUI UTH .S'# rn nil I hi {instill)! /Mio/ by Set! Hnmnhls Ih mhl Publishiaq ('n. nl V. ti limn/'ti Is, 11 in s DA I in KH I VA H pill fur nmI Publish! r JI M It A HH A \lanaqi nq A lh tar Kb IU IHA ll I A It ATA Vc A Oftn i Mnnnqi r SAMU m n KH Hi hill \ 1111 i tisinq \lomiqi i (Uh HYI M< ( I Al PHH I I I hiss itn ii \lnnnqt r ( \H<>I I I A. AH I ii libitum Mnnnqi r M Kit,lh I KUHARIK) Cum position hurt Hum (tis PUI PI. Pri s sr on ill part uuiu KASA (I VP HS TH PP I' (liq pi! I tor W A SKA I A SA TPR l ih stylt s pi!ilur TOM I. A HIS SP I Sports pill tor Subscription Rotes 11 ne I udt s applicable snits taxi Turner delivery in Comal, (iuudntu/ie, Hays, Hlanco mid Kendall counties:    thrte months. Sill.Mb, six months, SH).UT, out ytnr, $34. Senior Citizens Discount harrier deli! try only): six months, S15.HJ; nm year, STH bb Mail delivery outside Comal County, in Texas three months, SIU 13; six months, $34, one year, $63.75. .Mail outside Texas six months. $4T, one year. $70. lf you have not received your newspaper by 5:JU p.m. Tuesday throuqh pnday, or by 7:30 a. rn Sunday, call 6T5H144 or 658 UUU by 7 p. iii and ll a.rn., respectively. Postmaster: Send address changes to P.O. Drawer 3U3TH, Sew Braunfels, Texas 78131 TITH. Continued from Page 1A book. you can return the book or y ou can just ignore it The guide, bounded with advertising in red. white and blue, comes with a bill attached in the amount of $5.32. It contains ar alphabet! al listing of residential and business listings, a list of telephone number-in numerical order, a classified business directory, rural information of the surrounding area and miscellaneous information about New Braunfels ar d Comal County "We had numerous people call us who were quite upset." Moland said about last year's mailed editions He said the postal service often receives similar complaints concerning van ous book-of-the-month clubs and other such phone order items Officials with the state \ttorney General’s office said such matter fall into federal government scrutiny but would consider class action against the company if enough make for better horse trading." complaints were registered.    Bigler    said. The main thing people who have received these without asking fur them is they do not have to pay for them," said Terry Bilger of the consumer protection division of the state attorney general's office Friday. The general implication is the customer is not responsible for the return of the item," said Bilger. adding that the company can not legally seek any monetary damages against those who received it without their formal consent Should the publisher continuo seeking payment for the directory from persons who didn't order the book, bill recipients should notify tho attorney general's office in Austin. If we received enough complaints we would mediate them. It would take a large volume of complaints to justify legal action. Larger numbers Those who did not order the book, but have already paid for them would need to consult with a private attorney to seek any refund. Some people, and often elderly persons, will feel obliged to pay for such unsolicited items in fear that a company may attempt to file a lawsuit or flag" that person's credit rating. It is a federal matter since it concerns interstate commerce but abslutelv you do not have to pay for it. said attorney general press secretary Hon    Dusek.    They publisher) can try to receive payment but it would not Tx* legal." The address of Johnson Publishing ( impany is: One Directory Place. PJF Box 455,    Loveland,    Colo . 80539-0455. The attorney    general's    office telephone number is 1512 1 463-2100. NBU John P. Forney Services are pending at Doep-penschmidt Funeral Home for John P. F orney, 631 I^akeview Blvd Forney, 93, died May 16 at McKenna Memorial Hospital Alfred A Schultz Services were held Saturday at Redeemer United Church of Christ for Alfred A .Schultz, 4314 Roark, San Antonio, with the Rev. David Pantermueh! officiating Burial followed at Redeemer Cemetery in Zuehl. Schultz, 77. died May 15 at Normandy Terrace in San Antonio. The son of John and Alvina (nee Penshorn i Schultz, lie was born Sept 25,1909, in Bexar County He married May Muenchow on (Jct 18, 1930, in Zuehl A Sari Antonio resident for 39 years, lie was a miller at Stafford's Feed Mill. a member of Redeemer United Church of Christ, Bexar Bowling Club and Germania Rowling Club. Schultz is survived by wife, May FL Schultz of San Antonio; two sons. I.erev arid Ola Mae Schultz of Sari Antonio, and Wilburn and Dorothy Schultz of New Braunfels; sister. Alma Luensinann of Zuehl; one grandchild; two greatgrandchildren; arid numerous nieces and nephews. Services were under the direction of Zoeller F uneral Home Continued from Page IA Continuing the effort to upgrade the West F'.nd sewage system is also a priority for NRC Biggers said the $500,OOO include I ut the capita improvement fund requirements will Tm* "more of the same for the West End." IL* said (Th* $350,000 allocate I earlier for improving the system "didn’t scratch the surface of repairing those old concreate mains." The 50-year-old main sewage collection lines in the West End have been severely damaged by infiltrating roots and have cracks and chips Smoke testing last fall pointed <ut that several pipes leading fr rn homes to main collectiun lines hav-craeks and breaks Renovation of tTh* Kuehler S< ut! waste water treatment plant is set at $2.5 million. Bn *ers said tin- plan? i "virtually Unrig held together by bailing wire. Although the plant is operating within state limits, it !*> in need of major repairs, he said lo illustrate his point. Biggers showed slides old dilapidated equipment and machinery at the plant Also included in the system improvement projects is construction of a water storage tank near County line Road The project, including new water lines, is set at $500,000 Improvement of the S lms attn system is estimated at $660,000 and expansion of the Solms sewage system is set at $1.1 million. Expansion of the sewage collection system for OakRun and the Blieders ( reek area will be $1.2 million and expansion of the Gruene waste water treatment plant is estimated at *1.2 million. Storm Continued from Page 1A Numerous power outages were reported to be widespread throughout the Canyon Lake area. A Federnales    F' I e ctrl e Cooperative spokesperson said as of Saturday afternoon some areas were still without power and could not confirm w*hen power would Tx* restored to those areas. The second annual Cops and Robbers softball tournament was washed out shortly after getting underway at Comal Park. 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