New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 29, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas
Herald-Zeitung Q Thursday, May 29,1997 □
Comal County Sheri IT’s Office
Arrest on charge of second offense of driving while intoxicated, San Antonio woman, 32.
Arrest on charges of robbery, three counts of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and driving while license suspended, Madisonville woman, 26, no bonds for four offenses and $2,000.
Arrest on charge of simple assault, Canyon Lake man, 25, bond $200.
Arrest on charge of driving while intoxicated, Bulverde man, 39, bond $300.
Arrest on charge of attempting to take weapon from a peace officer, Spring Branch man, 17, bond $30,000.
Arrest on charges of making a false statement on driver’s license application and theft by check, San Antonio man, 26, bond $ 1,200.
Arrest on charge of public intoxication, Temple man, 24, bond $200.
Arrest on charge of possession of marijuana, New Braunfels man, 23.
Arrest on charge of criminal trespass, Dayton man, 22, bond $300.
Arrest on charge of probation violation, Mesquite man, 23, bond $500.
Arrest on charges of public intoxication and disorderly conduct, Spring Branch man, 23, bond $400.
Arrest on charge of possession of marijuana, Angelton man, 20, bond $300.
Arrest on charge of public intoxication, Mesquite man, 31, bond
Arrest on charge of possession of marijuana, Houston man, 23, bond $300.
Arrest on charge of possession of marijuana, Pasadena man, 21, bond $300.
Arrest on charge of indecent exposure, Alvin man, 20, bond $300.
Arrest on charge of public intoxication, Mt. Belview man, 21, bond $200.
Arrest on charge of possession of marijuana. Houston man, 21, bond $300.
Arrest on charge of possession of marijuana, Hitchcock man, 21, bond $300.
Arrest on charge of possession of a controlled substance, Houston woman, 33, bond $5,000.
Arrest on charge of public intoxication, Houston woman, 25, bond $200.
Arrest on charges of public intoxication, possession of a
controlled substance, failure to appear and possession of drug paraphernalia, Bacliff man, bond $4,450.
Arrest on charge of public intoxication, Freeport man, 23, bond $200.
Arrest on charge of criminal trespass, Temple man, 24, bond $300.
Arrest on charge of minor in possession of an alcoholic beverage, Pasadena woman, 18, bond $200.
Arrest on charges of interference with the duties of a public servant and assault of a public servant, Brenham woman, 19, bond $5,300.
Arrest on charge of criminal trespass, Kingwood man, 22, bond $300.
Arrest on charges of possession of marijuana and motion to adjudicate, Canyon Lake man, 19, no bonds.
Arrest on charge of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, Canyon Lake man, 34, bond $5,000.
New Braunfels Police Department
Arrest on charge of public intoxication, homeless man, 40, bond $500.
Arrest on charges of two counts of expired license plates, failure to appear, speeding, no insurance and expired inspection sticker, McQueeney man, 23, bond $860.
Arrest on charge of theft, New Braunfels man, 38, bond $500.
Arrest on charge of public intoxication, San Antonio man, 22, bond $112.
Arrest on charge of public intoxication, San Antonio man, 20, bond $112.
Arrest on charges of public intoxication, disorderly conduct and littering, Houston woman, 31, bond
Arrest on charges of two counts of assault with bodily injury, New Braunfels man, 33, bond $7,000.
Arrest on charges of resisting
arrest and disorderly conduct, Port Isabel woman, 52, bond $612.
Arrest on charge of public
intoxication, Port Isabel man, 23, bond $112.
Arrest on charge of public
intoxication, New Braunfels man, 19, bond $112.
Arrest on charge of public
intoxication, Irving man, 20, bond $112.
Arrest on charge of disorderly conduct, La Porte man, 44, bond $112.
Arrest on charge of public intoxication, Dallas woman, 44, bond $200.
Arrest on charge of disorderly conduct, New Braunfels man, 17, bond $112.
Arrest on charge of public intoxication, New Braunfels man, 21, bond $112.
Arrest on charge of public intoxication, New Braunfels man, 20, bond$l 12.
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Wife enduring silent treatment should take vocal action now
DEAR ABBY: You had a letter in your column concerning a husband who didn’t speak to his wife for three months because she told him that she felt he was being too harsh with their son. He also was punishing her by refusing to have sex with her.
I hope you told his wife to deal with this behavior immediately, because it will not get better by itself. It will only get worse. If it isn’t stopped now, 25 or more years down the road she will still be a victim of this childishness—and it also will have an effect on the children.
They should get counseling. If she ignores this behavior, she’ll become more of a doormat and look back at 40 years of misery. She’ll have no self-confidence left and will be emotionally damaged forever. I know.
BEEN THERE FOR 47 YEARS IN PITTSBURGH
DEAR BEEN THERE: I
advised the woman, who signed herself Confused in Pennsylvania,” that she should first try to discuss the cause of their “misunderstanding” with her husband, and if necessary, seek joint marriage counseling to resolve their problem. I also told her that if her husband refused to go, she should go without him in order to repair her self esteem.
Another reader offered some insight into the husband’s punitive and selfish behavior. This reader said she would not be at all surprised if the husband was involved with another woman, and mat iuJutgiii* wife’s sipp *fn. [ excuse to feign anger and avow* barring sexual relations with her, while enjoying her cooking services, laundry services and frantic efforts at reconciliation. Now, isn’t that food for thought?
DEAR ABBY: Many times I read letters in your column from people complaining about what some “insensitive” person said to them in the market, etc., about their adoption, their disability, hair, size, color, cars, or anything else noticeable. Most recently, it was about the number of ,‘children (too many) a woman had.
I You know what that is called? Making conversation.
I When people are standing next to each other in a long line, they often feel like reaching out to make a connection, like in the old days when people looked one another in the eye 'when they passed on the street.
• How are you supposed to start a Conversation when you don’t know anything about the other person? lYou look for signs to latch onto. ‘Read any book about starting conversations, and you’ll find that’s how they get started.
Why not take the opportunity to welcome their reaching out, and if there is a real problem, gently correct them? Most individuals do not start conversations with the intention of being rude or insulting. The reality is you do have more kids or longer hair, or are taller than average or whatever else it is they are “insulting" you about. Their pointing it out is not what made it so.
Remember, you can catch more flies with honey than you can with vinegar, lf you respond with something positive, and guide the conversation from there, “doing time” in line can become a few moments of pleasant connection with a fellow human being. Who among us have lives so full we don’t have room for a brief dialogue with someone we don’t already know?
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government has taken to put their foot on our throats.”
Kuempel said the bill was not intended to interfere with parental rights but intended to \>r<5tect the
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'Ttrdfl law 'enfbpfftrtnenf Officials said they will enforc^the few if the
governor signs the bill, but the law may be difficult to enforce.
“As with any other state statute, we will enforce it with all the means we have available,” said Sgt. John McEachern of the New Braunfels Police Department.
Lt. David Ott of the Comal County Sheriff’s Department said the proposed law would be difficult to enforce because 17-year-olds are considered adults before the law while those younger than 17 are considered minors.
“I really can’t see us spending all of our time writing tickets for this (offense),” Ott said. “But if they don’t pay the fines, a warrant will be issued for their arrest, just like failure
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he said the district has extremely qualified people in it, and strong applicants have shown an interest in moving here. He said positions will start filling, and staff members have already indicated that they will help the transition go smoothly.
“That’s the key to it,” he said, referring to the staff.
Reeves said applicants from within and outside the district are being considered for the vacant positions. He said one position could be filled as early as next week, and others should be filled soon. He also said resignations should stop coming in
“We will be recommending to the board next Tuesday evening a principal for the high school,” he said. “After that, you should see a boomerang—and the others should start filling up.”
Hall, who has served in his current position for nine years, said he gave a letter of resignation to Interim Superintendent Tom Moseley. His last day with NBHS will be Friday, and Monday he will start work in Kingsville.
“It was the toughest decision I’ve ever made in my life,” he said. “I love the kids, and I love the people here.”
LCRA restoration group seeks additional members to serve on committees
The group of local residents working to restore the LCRA Building, now known as the Comal Power Plant Restoration Association Inc., has begun a membership drive to support its preliminary work. The group recently received its certificate of incorporation as a non-profit corporation in the State of Texas.
Several committees have been formed and are working with Steering Committee Chairman Will Ryals to define the requirements for uses of the LCRA Building as a multi-cultural arts center and auditorium for New Braunfels and the surrounding area.
Membership fees of $35 for a couple and $25 for an individual membership will be used for ongoing expenses, such as newsletter mailings
and other costs in connection with responding to LCRA’s Request for Proposal which will be issued at a later date. Everybody is welcome to support the CPPRA through membership and/or participating in the group’s various committees. For information on the CPPRA and its progress, contact Will Ryals, 629-0847, or Betty Lou Rushing, 625-6362.
The CPPRA has elected Frank Streightoff to serve as the group’s treasurer and Bobbye Streightoff as secretary. Both are active in area arts groups, including the Mid-Texas Symphony, Circle Arts Theatre and S.T.A.G.E. in Bulverde.
(Submitted by the Comal Power Plant Restoration Association Inc.)
to pay traffic fines.”
Local teen-agers said they doubted the effectiveness of the proposed law.
“My parents know I smoke and it’s no big deal,” said a 16-year-old who identified Hersey as a junior at New Braunfels High School. “I don’t get into trouble or girthing so smoking ii OK.
“I don’t think (the proposed law) will really stop many people from smoking,” she continued. “They ought to concentrate on drugs and other stuff.”