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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 12, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas as Tuesday Taylor Communications 25 cents 20 Pages 2 Sections USPS Mew Texas Despite complaints county asks aid By HENRY KRAUSSE Staff writer Despite grumblings by individual com missioners that the countys share of federally supported programs was Comal County commissioners reapplied for federal grants to continue the court administration and the computerized jury selection programs The court also approved unanimously a reapplication for the juvenile probation officer By signing the grant the court agreed to foot part of the bill from revenue sharing Total cost to the county for all three programs will be In each federal money paid for the programs first with the county picking up 20 percent of the cost the second 40 percent the and so Tim assistant to County Judge Max told commissioners the courthouse administrator program will total and will be in its last year of federal The local 80percent or is divided among the three counties of Judge Robert Pfeuffers 207th Comal will pay What choice do we have Orville Heitkamp When this thing it was for a court Now we have a court administrator and a coordinator in each Notice how these things grow on you A total of will be spent on computerized jury selection from voter registration In its second the will rely on 20 percent district and Corrial Countys onethird share of that amounts to Also in its second the juvenile probation program will require in county Darilek reported there was a remote chance Congress may neglect to appropriate the federal The legislation has not been but people I talked to who are in a position to know say its just a question of time before they he And what happens if they dont We create these jobs and then the rug is If these programs arent what are we going to do Charles Mund Its awful difficult to disassemble something youve set up for five Heitkamp ob Commissioners were also reluctant to spend for termite control of the A bid for that amount was submitted by Area Wide Termite and Pest with a renewable contract for a year for five The court agreed it was a reasonable offer from a reliable as Mund put but stipulated in the final resolution there must be enough in the maintenance budget to cover Weve had quite a bit of maintenance this Is there any money left that would it Wommack asked County Auditor Bate Probably Bond We dont know how much the roof repair or the air conditioning is going to Then why did you bring this to Heitkamp The court voted to accept the bid if the money was available if to initiate the program January with funds from next years main tenance President Carter courts Kennedy The natural design of the butterfly adorns the leaves of plants Staff photo by John Senter YORK AP President his path to renomination cleared in a convention floor is playing ardent suitor to his vanquished Edward in hopes of achieving a reconciliation that could energize his reelection Carter and Kennedy aides met early today to discuss procedures for negotiations that White House press secretary Jody Powell said would be held today to try to resolve remaining platform The convention reconvened at 10 CDT for a session devoted almost entirely to debating the party Even in ending his presidential Kennedy made it clear he would fighting to put his and was going ahead Witif plans to addr ess the Democratic Convention tonight during the debate on the economic Kennedys longshot hope to take the nomination from Carter ended Monday night when the convention supported a rule binding delegates toabide by the results of state primaries and con The effort on the nomination is Kennedy told a news conference at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel shortly after that I have called President Carter and congratulated said My name will not be placed in Powell said the telephone con versation was a very positive and very productive agreed the task now is to get this party together and to deal with the threat that the new Republican leadership Even before the telephone White House staff chief Jack Watson told I will say to you unequivocally that the CarterMondale people at this convention want to unite the We want seriatorJs4 We need the senators sup The key to getting Kennedys support was the I continue to care deeply about where this party Kennedy said in his withdrawal And I hope the delegates will stand with me for a truly democratic I will speak to the convention about the economic concerns that have been the heart of my campaign and about the commitments in the future of the Democratic I will speak again for the people I have seen and the cause I have carried across this country1 Under an agreement reached last Kennedy will lead his fight for changes in the economic planks of the platform in a convention debate during prime television He plans to press for a rollcall vote on a substitute plank that calls for a billion program to create While Carter has conceded adoption of some Kennedy proposals including one that opposes using high interest rates and rising unemployment to against the billion jobs prograip and the senators call for wage and price At the raucus opening session of the partys 38th National the Carter and Kennedy forces were geared for a test of strength on the question of the But overhanging their internal battle was the reality of public opinion polls showing Republican presidential nominee Ronald Reagan Governors assessment Texas truly blessed Allen damage no worse ByMACKSISK CORPUS CHRISTI AP Two people thousands were twice forced from their homes and damage will probably exceed But Bill Clements says Texas is truly blessed that Hurricane Allen did not obliterate the Gulf We all feel very fortunate and truly blessed that we didnt have more of a catastrophe than we Clements said Monday following an aerial survey the floodravaged lower Gulf State Agriculture Commissioner Reagan Brown said he did not want to downplay the damage to Texas crops but we came out better than ex downgraded from a gargantuan hurricane to a soggy tropical depression as it meandered over northern flung drenching rains and flooding as far as the Hill Country of Central Texas and the Big Bend of Southwest Texas The resulting flash floods sent residents in several Texas cities scampering for temporary refuge less than 24 hours after many had returned home from emergency storm coastal residents from Corpus Christi northward began returning home and police reported floodwaters were subsiding in most areas Monday Corpus Christi police Monday reported finding two people the first known victims of the not counting two who died from heart attacks when the storm hit Ruby and her small dog were both found dead in her covered with water in a ditch near the North Beach area of Later in the a 52yearold man was found drowned on the His name was not Heavy rains up to 16 inches drove thousands of Rio Grande Valley residents from their homes and closed almost every highway south of Corpus This is the worst flood weve ever said Ronald Case of where 13 inches of rain fell flooding parts of the city four feet About 850 people were rescued from their Their switchboards flooded with calls for the Edinburg fire department called on the National Guard to aid evacuation Mayor Protern Pearl Mathis Wed go to a house to pick somebody up and all the neighbors would run out of their houses and climb on the she We had people wading In the Corpus Christi Nueces County Judge Bob Barnes said damage would exceed County Commissioner Luby took a boat tour of Mustang off the coast from Corpus and said a footlong protective seawall was It will cost million to replace he Ten officers of the Federal Emergency Management Agency arrived here late Monday to help process government relief Team leader Dale Milford said the govern ment would continue sending relief agents until we have the manpower we need to help the people of the Gulf President Carter declared six South Texas counties disaster areas making residents eligible for a variety of state and federal aid It was like a hurricane with said Neil Frank at the National Hurricane Center in NBHS pupil found shot autopsy ruling pending No ruling has been made in the death of a New Braunfels High School student who was found dead in his yard Sunday Guadalupe County Justice of the Peace Charles Davis Davis said a ruling will be made by late this adding that the Travis County Medical Examiners office in Austin is performing an autopsy at his Guadalupe County Sheriff Leslie Kallies said Russell Dave of Box was found dead in his yard near his house at approximately 8 Schnautz had been shot once in the head with a 12gauge TAKING Kallies who was born in had been a Guadalupe County resident for four and had par ticipated in Funeral services for Schnautz were scheduled at 2 today at Zoeller Funeral Burial was to be at Lockhart City Cemetery with the Richard Ryder Survivors include his Weldon Schnautz and Marie Satterfield Schnautz of Guadalupe County two Jeanette and Robin Schnautz of Guadalupe County one Gregg Schnautz of Guadalupe County his and Ansel Satterfield of Lockhart and Agnes Schnautz of and one great Satterfield of Edwards suit District to request court order to lift ruling Deciding they didnt like it Edwards Un derground Water Districts board of directors Monday voted to file suit to void a ruling handed down last month by the Fish and Wildlife That ruling designated the San Marcos Springs as a critical habitat for four species of aquatic life which the Fish and Wildlife Service considers endangered or The which came in an emergency meeting in San was 92 in favor of filing the with one ab Comal County directors Oliver Carroll Hoffmann and Bill Brown all voted The suit should be filed in District Court in San Antonio no later than an EUWD spokesman Despite overwhelming opposition to the proposal at a public hearing in San Marcos May the service a division of the Department of the Interior voted last month to designate the springs as a critical habitat for four species of aquatic San Marcos the San Marcos gambusia a type of Texas wild rice and the fountain Ail but the salamander have been listed as endangered the salamander is listed as The suit will charge that the Fish and Wildlife Service failed to consider the environmental and regulatory impact of its the spokesman EUWD General Manager Thomas Fox led the op position to the proposal at the May 12 Fox saw a future conflict between maintaining the spring flow to preserve the habitats of the four species and meeting toe needs of the people who depend on the Edwards Aquifer for The board authorized Fox to negotiate with any other parties interested in joining with the district in its suit
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