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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 19, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Braunf ete Hetald Zeifung Flour power Johnny Gonzales left and Tracy Garcia take a brief rest to soak up Mondays bright sunshine from their seat in a MissouriKansasTexas railroad car while Staff photo by John Senter waiting for the next load of flour to come by on a conveyor The railroad car was parked next to the flour Weather Local temperatures Highs today and Wednesday will be in the upper with a low tonight in the upper This mornings low was and yesterdays high was Lake level Canyon Lake stood at this mor compared to yesterdays level of Texas An upperlevel disturbance moving across North Texas brought scattered showers and thundershowers early today along the Red while fog shrouded the coastal A travelers advisory was issued for Galveston and Chambers where visibilities were near zero at Skies were mostly clear elsewhere in the A cold front which backed south westward into the state to near a Houston AustinAmarillo line reversed course and became a warm Winds were generally light southeasterly in eastern portions and southwesterly at 10 to 15 mph in West Readings were in the 50s and 60s across the state with the exception of the upper 40s in the Texas Scattered showers and thundershowers should continue through the with morning cloudiness and some fog in South fair skies and continued warm weather were expected through Texas forecasts North Texas Scattered thundershowers east ending this af Otherwise mostly no significant change in temperature through Highs Wednesday low 70s northeast to low to mid 80s Lows mid 40s to low South Texas Morning brief fog southeast becoming partly cloudy highs 80s to mid 90s Partly mild Lows in the 60s to mid 50s Partly cloudy Wednesday with highs in the 80s except a few 90s West Texas continued warm through Highs today mid 70s Panhandle to upper 80s southeast to upper 90s Big Bend Lows lower 40s Panhandle to upper 50s extreme Highs Wednesday mid 70s Panhandle to mid 80s south to mid 90s Big Bend The Nation Light rain and snow spread across the MidAtlantic region with snow scattered over inland areas from North Carolina to New York and record low temperatures in the Winter storms warnings were in effect along the northern Atlantic Coast amid forecasts for possibly heavy By early about 3 inches of snow had fallen at Newport and 4 inches at Six to 8 inches of a record for so late in the fell Monday in south western making roads hazardous and dropping branches across power Record cold was recorded overnight at and when temperatures dropped into the low On new record lows were set in 34 cities from to Its February in said one Paul in In the showers spread through the Pacific Coast into the Great Basin area of Utah and Over the Mississippi Valley and the skies were Calendar of Events Government County Growth Committee 7 Commissioners County Planning and Zoning Commission City Hall council Comal ISD Board Comal New Braunfels ISD Board New Braunfels High School Organizations Bracken Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary social style at the fire FM New Braunfels Art League 7 Civic TOPS 7 Laurel Plaza Recreation 300 Laurel More 625 Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary Eagles Four Seasons Garden Club 10 Landa Park conducted by Kathy Bring a picnic Prospective members are Rotary Club noon Eagles TEXAS QpA Come See Our Display of Spas and Hot Tubs 140 CASTELL 6itf tht pmt offcfj 6251500 Deaths Hope Sanchez Services were held Monday af ternoon at the Charlie Morales Funeral Home for infant Hope San chez who died April 17 at McKenna Memorial Burial followed at Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery with Samuel Campos for merly of 119 Rodriguez Street in New was born March 1983 in New Braunfels to Daniel and Sandra nee Young The six and onehalf week old infant was affiliated with Iglesia Santa Pentecostes Jerusalem The baby is survived by her parents a Monica Lisa San chez of New Braunfels a Daniel Sanchez of New Braun fels a Martina Young of New Braunfels and and Joaqum Sanchez of New Lillie Rose Becker Services are pending at Doep penschmidt Funeral Home for Lillie Rose formerly of 2405 Highway The 88yearold woman died April 18 at Taft Hospital in Ethel Jo dine Graveside services were set for TuMday at 2 at San Jose Burial Park in San Antonio for Ethel Jo Harold Zirkel of New Braunfels waa to formerly of 540 Guenther died Sunday April 17 at McKenna Memorial She was 75 years Born March 1908 in Texas to Issac and Mammie Cline married Alfred Cline in San Antonio on March The former housewife had lived in New Braunfels for eight She is survived by her husband and a Jesse Foster of New Memorials may be given to the American Heart Oval Owen Shower Graveside services were held Tuesday at 10 at Comal Cemetery for Oval Owen who died April 15 at San Antonio Community Louis Dawkins of New Braunfels officiated at the formerly of 300 Laurel 402 in New was born 1903 in Pawnee David Ed ward and Lidia nee Early On June 1956 in Washington he married Essie Lee A resident of the city for seven a retired barber supply was affiliated with the Assembly of God He is survived by his wife three Inez Beettner of New Lucille Doherty of and Laura Wontor of three Ralph Shower of Los Earl Shower of Walla and Carl Shower of HuraldZtitung Taylor Communications USPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Manager Claude Elnora Kraft Manager Robert Johnson Pete Advertising Manager Cheryl Manager Don Manager Carol Foreman Gus Foreman Roland Kraft Shop Foreman Wanda Editor Kari Editor Scott Editor Subscription Rates In Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one In Texas 6 one Out of state 6 one Senior Citizens Discount In Blanco and Kendall Counties 6 one Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New TX 78130 To place your allaction Want Ad dial 6259144 House bills worry appraisal directors ByOYANNEFRY Staff writer Three pages of legislative synopsis left directors of the Comal County Appraisal District shaking their heads Monday You need a fulltime employee just to keep up with whats going on in someone told Chief Appraiser Glenn An overwhelming number of tax bills some some possibly beneficial and some cause for genuine alarm on the part of Brucks staff have been considered by the Texas Legislature this Few have been acted on and the new ones are still Some of these bills are going to require an awful lot of work and a lot of extra Brucks told the board of Pat one of his was of the opinion that if any of those legislators had ever worked in an appraisal theyd never come up with some of these The bill that got the most attention from directors was House Bill which requires that anyone applying for Open Space Land valuation must be making more than 50 percent of his gross income in Its going to go back to fair market value again said board chairman Leroy with a note of That over50percent rule applied to all agricultural tax breaks until the 1M1 legislature came up with Open Space Land like agricultural allows a fanner or rancher to pay tax on the lands productive rather than fair market It carries a stiffer rollback tax if the land is sold for other than agricultural but a farmer can qualify even in bad when his in come doesnt amount to Many borderline agriculturists switched to OSL valuation in amidst much confusion in Bracks the legislature proposes to change the rules Thatll have a hard time said director Charles I dont think it would have as hard a time passing as you said who just happens to own some openspace Comal County Tax Assessor Gloria Clennan said she supports tax breaks for but she thought the OSL valuation had been somewhat That along with the optional 40 percent homestead lost the county in potential revenue this she The Commissioners Court had to raise the tax rate to 19 cents much more than the three percent allowed without a public hearing to cover the Edwards protection State official seeks help from county By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Commissioners and the Texas Department of Water Resources will be working together more closely to protect the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone from Liska Mercer came before the court asking commissioners to coordinate their plat ap provals for development of land in Comal County with TDWRs regulations for land over the recharge We would like you to help us make the developer aware hes over the and should get our approval to develop before any major site work is the TDWR representative The request pertains to land within the limits of the recharge zone Mercer Our primary concern is the geology of the Clearing for soiltesting or survey work is but blasting is something we like to know about before and not after the To the TDWR has not denied a complete Mercer because we work with the Before an application is turned we give him the opportunity to dealing with necessary changes or more needed Our regulations are not to prohibit but to minimize pollution of the Edwards Were not as concerned about the individual rancher who wants to do a little soil conservation for On the it takes two to three weeks to get TDWR approval from the Permits Division in Onsite inspections are looking for caves or large fractures in drainage patterns across the Mercer So your word of advice to the court County Judge Fred Clark I wanted to acquaint the commissioners with our regulations and and hoped you would incorporate certain aspects into your Mercer Included in two plat approvals Monday were letters of approval from the Preliminary plats were granted to The Summit subdivision off River just north of Jacobs and Rolling Oaks In other commissioners authorized County Auditor Bate Bond to seek bids on copying machine leases andor purchases for the County Sanitarian Department and the County Extension The court will also receive bids on new and used air compressors and accessories for the County Unit Road FIND THE RECREATIONAL VEHICLE YOU BEEN WANTING IN THE CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION Including Domestic Subsidiaries LEGAL TITLE OF BANK The Guaranty State Bank of New Braunfels COUNTY New Braunfels Canal STATE BANK NO 2203 FEDERAL RESERVE 11 ASSETS 1 Cash and due from banks 2 Due from otner depositories and all cash items in the process ut rulleLtioM Treasury securities 4 Obligations ol other Government agencies and corporations Obligations of States and political subdivisions in the United States All other Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to 8 loans including overdrafts totaling S From Schedule Item 8 Lease financing 10 Bank furniture and and other assets representing bank 11 Real estate owned other tnan bank premises Letters of credit and customers liability on acceptances All other TOTAL ASSETS isum ol items 1 thru LIABILITIES Demand neposils of and Time and savings deposits of and Deposits ol United Slates Deposits of States and political subdivisions in the United a Deposits ol the Slate of Due to banks All other deposits Certified and officers Total Deposits sum ol items a Total demand deposits Total time and savings deposits Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase Intersstbearing demand notes issued to the Treasury and other liabilities tor borrowed money Mortgage indebtedness lor which the bank is directly liable Unearned discount on loans Letters of credit and acceptances outstanding All other liabilities TOTAL LIABILITIES excluding subordinated notes and debentures ium c Hems 22 thru Subordinated notes and debentures Allowance lor possible loan and investment losses EQUITY CAPITAL Common stock No of shares outstanding Certified surplus Undivided profits Uncertified reserve for and other capital reserves TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL sum of items 32 thru 35 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL sum of items 31 and 36 NOTE This report must stflnW o euihorneQ officer and attested by not lest nan ifwee diieclofs otrw than the olftcw the report iha unoaivionad Co hafaby oaciaia mai mis Report ol Conomon tnciudmfi ma supporting schaoulasj haa ptapvad m contoimanca wHh tha tn sfucjjons ana is irua to lha ol my knowlaOga and Delitl AREA lAME AND TITLE OF OFFICER AUTHORIZED TO SIGN REPORT Daniel Dietert Senior Vice President Cashier SIGNATURE OF OlrtECTOR SIGNATURE OF DIREC1OR Li MAKi MARK FOR NOTARYS SEAU Slate Sworn o end lutotctit My eaaimittian i O me I DATE SIGNED April 1983 We the undertlgned alien the correctness ol Ihla Report ol Con dition including he supporting scheduled and declare that It haa been by us and to the Deal ol our knowledge and bellel hae been pre pered in conlomance with the inatrucllona and la true and
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