New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 9, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 9, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels High senior released from hospitalBy PATRICIA YZNAGA KING Wire editor New Braunfels High School senior Julie Gonts was released this morning after a month-long stay at Methodist Hospital in San Antonio. “The doctors are releasing Julie to the house,” her father, Arthur Clonts, 948 Twin Oaks, said this morning. The high school senior was injured Oct. 6 in a pre-bonfire accident on Highway 46, less than a mile from Loop 337. Julie, who was riding with a friend on the bed of a pickup truck, suffered multiple skull fractures when she was blown off the truck by a gust of wind. The students were transporting brush to Cypress Bend Park for the school bonfire. NBISD officials canceled the bonfire after the accident. That weekend, the New Braunfels High School homecoming celebrations and football game were dedicated to her. Students put banners up around the school, wishing her to get well. Julie was rushed to McKenna Memorial Hospital for emergency treatment. She was later transferred to Methodist Hospital in San Antonio. Julie was listed in critical condition in the intensive care unit for almost two weeks. Clonts said this morning his daughter was fully conscious and eating well. She is almost able to walk without aid, he said. Julie’s doctors have said that she will not need to go to a rehabilitation center, Clonts said. He said he did not know what type of therapy the doctors would schedule for Julie. The doctors have been pleased with Julie’s recovery. “Her recovery has really been quite remarkable,” Clonts said. Clonts said Julie might be back in school after the first of the year. “We’re working with school officials to get her graduated in May,” he said. New JJ—LL Braunfels Nsw Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung OO h I OOO    OO    Do^l    AC    O    O    A    ^ WEDNESDAY November 9,1983 25 cents Vol. 92 - No. 223 32 Pages —3 Sections (USPS 377-880) I Voters OKI 0 amendments; Proposition 8 defeatedAmendment results AUSTIN (API Totals at IO 30 a m CST Wednesday tn the statewide Constitutional Amendment Election, with all ol the votes tabulated as reported by the secretary of state s office Const Amend 1: Justice Of The Peace And Constable Precincts In Favor    694 512 •    77 75    percent Against    170.079 -    22 24    percent Const Amend 2 Urban Homestead In Favor    450,283    • 61 72    percent Against    279.216    ^ 38 27    percent Const Amend 3 Advancement Of Food And Fiber Production In Favor    475.032    65    17    percent Against    253 866    34    82    percent Const Amend 4 Disasters Caused By Enemy Attack In Favor    447,483    61 54    percent Against    279.658    38    46    percent Const Amend 5 Permanent School Fund In Favor    455.487    62    97    percent Against    267.801    37.02    percent Const Amend 6 Court Ordered Child Support In Favor    603 349    79    25    percent Aga>nst    157,910    20    74    percent Const Amend 7: Veterans Land Program In Favor    528 395    70    49    percent Against    221.135    29    50    percent Const Amend 8 Veterans And Fraternal Organizations In Favor    345.210    47    20    percent Against    386 04?    52    79    percent Const Amend 9 Assignment Of Judges In Favor    484 235    68    71    percent Against    220.490    31    28    percent Const Amend IO Sanitation Sewer Laterals In Favor    378.455    52    43    percent Against    343 321    47    56    percent Const Amend 11 Board Of Pardons And Paroles In Favor    496 570    67    95    percent Against    234.166    32    04    percent interest was aroused by a mayor's race and a controversy over building a downtown convention center, and turnout there ran more than 36 percent of the registered voters. State elections officials said the vote in Harris County accounted for nearly 40 percent of all the votes cast in the state Tuesday. Texas voters gave the most lopsided amendment support to proposition No. 6, which would allow for the first time in Texas garnishment of wages to make overdue child support payments. The new amendment received the approval of 79.3 percent of those voting Tuesday. Attorney General Jim Mattox said ironically “it will probably have the greatest impact on people who are not voters — individuals who do not accept their responsibilities." He hailed it as an "extremely useful tool to enforce wayward parents into supporting their offspring.” The landslide victory of an amendment doubling the sue of the Board of Pardons and Paroles and taking the governor out of the paroles process See AMENDMENTS, Page HA Locals turn thumbs down on Propositions 8 and 10 AUSTIN (AP) — New constitutional amendments approved by Texas voters will give veterans a break in buying their first home and make it harder for wayward parents to keep from making child support payments. Ten of ll proposed amendments to the state’s constitution won approval in Tuesday's statewide election. The only one to fail was proposal No. 8, which would have authorized tax-exempt status to certain veterans' and fraternal organizations. With all of the votes counted, it received 52.8 percent "no” votes. Secretary of State John Fainter had closed the state's vote-tabulating machinery at midnight. saying he did not expect the uncounted votes to change any trends Tabulation was resumed this morning. Proposition No. IO, authoring cities to relocate or replace sewers on private property, collecting the money from the property owner over a period of years, received 52.4 percent approval. Voter turnout statewide, as predicted, was low. It was not expected to go above 13 percent when the final votes were counted today. But in Houston, cuter Proposed Amendment IO also was not favored. County ballots had 698 for to 941 against. The proposed amendment would have allowed a city or tow to expend public funds and levy assessments for the relocation or replacement of sanitation sewer laterals on private property. Proposition 8 was the only amendment which didn’t pass statewide. Proposition IO passed by a narrow margin. Voters approved Proposition I by a 1,26(3434 vote. The amendment would authorize fewer justice of the peace and constable precincts in certain countiesSee IAK AL. Page UA By DORIAN MARTIN Staff writer a m    I    .    St#*    photo    to    Ok*    aKhmtnoo Mealtime For local folks on duty at Wurstfest. food is something you eat standing up Opa Russell Vollbrecht chats with Fritz Schetfel as he downs his mealon a stick Wurstfest 1983 has hit the halfway mark, and the merry making, despite some weather problems, has continued apace Only 1,747 of Comal County’s 20,701 registered voters turned out at the polls Tuesday for the constitutional amendments election Nine of ll proposed amendments got area voters’ nods. Comal County voters voted against Proposed Amendment 8, which would have given exemption from taxation to properties of certain veterans' organizations and certain property of fraternal organizations. The totals were 765 for and 926 against Inside Banquet to honor local students Thirty-five students from New Braunfels and Canyon high schools — including a lifeguard who saved a man from drowning ui I .amia Park this sununer — will be honored at a banquet Thursday night. The banquet, which recognizes Youth Appreciation Week, will be held at Schwamkrug’s Restaurant, 1440 N. Walnut, beginning at 7 p m Thursday. The event is sponsored by New Braunfels Optimists Youth Appreciation Week, which runs through Saturday, was created in 1954 by a group of North Carolina Optmusts who thought too much attention was being given to the negative aspects of youth and not enough to the positive side of the ledger. That positive side is represented rn students like Canyon senior Catherine Morgan, who rescued a man from drowning at the I .anda Park pool the day after she had completed a course in cardiopulmonary resuscitation. For that deed, she will receive the Humanitarian Award at the banquet County home extension agent Connie Worley will receive the Friend of Youth Award. An extension agent in Comal County for nine years, Worley has served as county 4-H adviser to IO 4-H clubs with over 400 members and as adviser to eight extension homemakers clubs serving 220 adults. Worley was a key factor in the drive to create a recreation center in New Braunfels in 1982 She writes a weekly newspaper article and does three radio programs each week. In addition, she is coordinator of the homemaking division of the annual Comal County Youth Show, and served as president of the show for two years. Her primary responsibilies include leadership training and education. Selected by the faculties of the two schools, 17 seniors from Canyon and New Braunfels will be honored for their achievements in academic, vocational and extracurricular areas They include (New Braunfels listed first I: Student government: Chris lacy, Matt Kyle. Agriculture; MarkHaecker,ColetteHanz. Boys athletics: Greg Bender, Thomas Haeussler. Girls athletics: Teresa Thomas, Stephanie Burch. Vocal music: Robyn Richardson, Jane Young Instrumental music: Benton Willard, Cecile link*. Girls vocational cooperative education: Trinity Brandt, Yvonne Martinez. Boys vocational cooperative education: Cordie Izee, Roy Wenzel, language arts: John Muschalek, Elsa Ramos Math: Scott Schom, Heath Martin. Social studies: Darryl Masch, Cheryl Bindsetl Science: Daniel Hermes, Cheryl Bmdseil. Art: David Cherry, John Kaplanek Industrial arts. David Berry, Sheri Ram Homemaking: Mary Lou McDonald, lavonne Schlabach Speech and drama: Suzan Carmichael, Liza iaShomb Business: DionneOtt, Reitta Hilton. Court backs Schroeder on Savage decisionBy DEBBIE DaLOACH Staff writer Comal County District Attorney Bill Schroeder was right in refusing to further prosecute William Dale Savage last April, judging from an opinion handed down by the Corpus Christi Court of Appeals. “The James Rathwell case was •imwt identical to the Savage deal. Rathwell, driving while intoxicated, struck sn automobile carrying Devary Durrill and Bonnie Watkins,” Schroeder explained “Both were killed, and Rathwell was indicted for each death separately. “Rathwell was convicted in the Watkins case of involuntary manslaughter, and a jury gave him two years in the Texas Department of Corrections. But when the state went to try the Durrill death, Rathwell screamed double jeopardy,” Sec SCHROEDER, Page MA Reagan, Nakasone eye trade problems TOKYO (AP) - President Reagan arrived in Tokyo this afternoon, met with the 82-year-old emperor of Japan, Hirohito, and then sparred with Japanese Prime Minister Yasuhiro Nakasone (Mi the contentious issue of U.S.-Japanese trade. A senior administration official said Reagan pointed out in a meeting with Nakasone “the effect that failure to solve (the trade issues) would have on our political relationship.” But there was no indication after the meeting that progress was made, and the official, speaking on condition he not be identiified by name, told reporters, “We never had any expectation that in this visit the president was going to become a trade negotiator.” The official said Reagan spoke “in broad terms. . . putting an emphasis on the importance of making progress on these issues.”Hum met contest Hus youngster strikes the pose of his favorite Hununel figurine during last year’s Hununel lookalike contest The second annual contes will be held tonight at 6 in Das Grossen Zelt (The Big Tent), with youngsters again trying to mutate their favorite Hununel figurine.Today's Weather Windy and cooler this afternoon, with a 20 percent chance of showers High today rn the nud-70s Winds will shift to the northwest at IS-20 Mules per hour Clearing and cooler tonight, low in the upper-40s North wind 15-20 mph Fair skies Thursday, with high possibly reaching 70 Winds will be v ariable, 5-10 mph Sunset today will be at 5 39 p m , and sunrise Thursday at 6:51 a in.Election time Voters gave Kentucky its first woman governor and Philadelphia its first black mayor, and kept a U.S. Senate seat in Republican hands for five more years in a Washington election seen as an endorsement of President Reagan's policies Saw Pag* 7A COMICS................6C CLASSIFIED...........9-1    IB CROSSWORD...........6C DEAR ABBY..............2 DEATHS................3A ENTERTAINMENT.......ASB KALEIDOSCOPE........1    2B OPINIONS..............4A SPORTS.............10    12A STOCKS...............13A TV LISTINGS............SC WEATHER .............. 2A ;

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