New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 21, 1983, Page 12

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

June 21, 1983

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Bessi« McMeans Redden Servic es for Bessie Mc Meens Keddrn of Route 8, Bos 591, New Braunfels, were at 2 p rn Monday at Buffington Funeral Home in Yoakum The Rev Claud Honan) of San Antonio's Huitache Avenue Baptist Church officiated, and burial took place in Davis Cemetery in * heapside, Tex Stir died at ll 02 pm Saturday, June 18, al McKenna Memorial Hospital at Hie age of 73 Horn cm F'eb 23. 1910, in Hoc hiie tm, Irs .she was Hie daughter of Scott and Sally I nee Prewitt I 'taylor She was also affiliated with tile Baptist < hurt h Survivors Include two daughters, Sally M< Meens and Mrs Roy (Ruby) Harris, two sons, Bobby F: M« Meens and James ll. Mc Merna, all of New Braunfels. Wire** sisters, lillie Blank of Hochhetm, arid Stella Davit and Ruby Davis, ail of Gonzales; a blottier, WE taylor of Port I Atma, and eight grandchildren Memorials may tie given to the Christian Corral Boys Ranc h in New Braunfels ★ Court_ ( ontiiiurd from Page I we nerd more pla< cine rd stations to expand the program " TTie sue« ess of Hie ('canal County proje* t has bren unquestionable, Williamson said Tile judges like it The placement centers call us fur more tielp Bv en Hie probationers call, and ask if ttiey < an go out in tile community and do something constructive " I tiere are a nuiiitcer of different bills caught up In (lie legislative pro* ess that involve community servo e Williamson said Yes. ifs the way to fly,*’ Judge Zipp said, ‘ Ute way to help troth sides of tile fenc e " We aren’t ready to go full swing with this tiling," Williamson inter)ec ted "(lur goal is to plac e all the people (tie courts send us, and bi secure W50 plac ement c enters " Certainly, all offenders are not suitable fen alternative punishment We are very scdeelive, and restrict our appltc urds to those* non violent cif* fenders No cate considered a liability to tile plac elite rd c enter is eligible," Williamson con firmed, "and anyone win* flail an alcohol, drug or emotional problem lsr» I eligible prior to treatment for tliat problem." Any non profit organization thai would like to be set up as a plac fluent station should c all (lie Adult Probation Office Open the door of a cool, grocious home dur inn summer. And it s likely you'll be greeted by the refreshing breeze from a natural gas air conditioning system You see, a gas air conditioner has no compressor and only three moving parts Which means there s less chance of a break -down. Plus, a gas air conditioner comes with a IO-year warranty That s why modern homeowners who want relief from summer heat and maintenance costs rely on gas air conditioning In the paat year, PFX"* membership grew from 51,049 to 55,642, an increase of nine percent To meet ti tese increased needs, the PEC purchased 912,172.339 kilowatt hours from their whole supplier, the IX’RA, at a coot of 138,126,821 The average usage per customer was 16,934 kilowatt hours in 1962, an inc rease of 12 percent over 1981. Three new substations have been completed since the last annual meeting. They are the Gabriel substation in Georgetown, Devils Hill in Blanco, and Spfcewood substation west of Austin. Six substations and two distribution feeders were upgraded Although the PEC is the largest electric cooperative in Texas, its rates are shown to be the second lowest in tile state, according to the most recent Public Utility Commission electric utility rate survey ★ Appraisal A wreck New Braunfels police investigate a wreck Sunday in front of New Braunfels Smokehouse on Hwy 46 South The wreck S reft photo bv f'ences B'sfgei occurred when a Jeep hit the back of Chevy Caprice, causing that car to run into a vehicle pulling a trailer ( ontlnued from Page I successor didn t want lo contract with Hie appraisal board7 “Than wed have to start all over,” Goorlsori said George F>ben had indicated last week that he had a "Huddle of the road'' proposal, hut lie didn t tiring this up until all oilier business had been concluded As it turned out, his idea didn t relate directly to the the administration of Bm* district, and it s not something to ta* done right away. "Isulking at Ba* future, I d like to see lf we couldn't combine the 'taxi billing arui collecting all into one office." ErU*n said The idea Is not really a new one Goodson tuts san! several tunes in Bm* past three years that he'd like to see Bus eventually Comal County has four tax offices now doing assessments and collections. ('leu-nan'sofflee does work for Bm* City of Garden Ridge, York Creek Water District and the Fklwards Underground Water District as well as the county The City of New Braunfels and New Braunfels Independent School District have a joint tax office. The Comal ISI) anti Guadco Municipal Utility Districts each do their own work. Three years ago, each of these offices also did its own property appraisals Texas House Hill 621 removed that function to a central appraisal office, whose budget must be supporter! by Bm* aforementioned taxing entities Meanwhile, each entity is still maintaining a separate tax refire. Board members agreed a central collection agency would save Bm? taxpayers money, and also eliminate Hie problem of feeding one agency's roll into another agency's computer service “I think it’s an excellent idea," grinned la*wts, * and I would ask you, Mr Chairman, not lo appoint me < to luok into it i" For th** time being, having decided Blat Brucks would remain Chief Appraiser, board members got together and gave him some strong advice on trimming next year's budget Hts first draft, presented in April and unchanged since that time, called for an appraiser in addition lo the seven he has rn the budget now Goodson asked whether Brucks could do w ithout that appraiser "Yes, sir,” .said Brucks after a brief pause "I personally feel that should be cut then," said Goodson Brucks had also proposed a 10-percent across-the-board raise for his employees The board asked him instead to institute a merit pay plan, with a five-percent ceiling on total payroll increase Those that’s doing their job ought to get a raise Those that's dragging, you ought to say no," said Moos "Do you want to leave that entirely up to me, who gets a raise'"’ Brucks asked "You're running this department.” Moos reminded him But they finally decided that Brucks should bring his employee evaluations to the board for final review Board members also suggested a per-mile reimbursement for appraiser who used their own cars in field work, rather than a flat monthly allowance They felt this would be fairer to employees as well as the district, and would allow Brucks to keep a better handle on expenses. The revised budget will be presented at the July meeting After what could have been a bitter battle, the board members parted on friendly terms. Goodson said they’d be looking hard at the problems pointed out by the ad hoc committee in the months to come. "I don’t think the committee's work was wasted," he said Gun show shooting investigation ends Tile owner of Bm* gun which accidently went »*#f at Saturday's gun show flus been released arid Bm* investigation surrounding Bm* incident lias been closed The investigation found the occur a nee to tie an accident and no charges were filed against Bat Barker, administrator of the C ounty Jail and owner of the gun. Boller Detective Juan Gusme said Tuesday TIM* accident occurred shortly after noon Saturday wlM*n Donald ttyiiant of Kingsville was hit by bullet fragments at the Civic Center show, which was sponsored by Bm* New Braunfels Bolice Officer’s Association It is believed that at the time of the accident. Barker, who is also a reserve Sheriff’s Deputy, was attending Bm* show as a patron, said Gusme, director of Bus year's show. The incident occurred when Barker opened his handgun, a semi-automa tic pistol, for inspection in Bm* weapon inspection area . Keep tho wheels turning to conquer ■fiywg Fibrosis. ;