New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 15, 1983, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 15, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 15, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Growth committee County makes 'temporary' panel permanent By DORIAN Staff writer MARTIN The Comal County Growth and Development Committee received unanimous approval to become a standing committee Monday. The move means the committee, formed last year on a temporary basis, will now be a permanent panel. The previous commute, which dissolved itself earlier this year, prepared a study on county water-related issues and problems. During their regular meeting, Comal Commissioners heard a report by county agent Bill Schumann on the committee’s feasibility. Schumann offered a summary of the committee’s objectives, which are: — To enhance the growth in Comal County and maintain the current quality of life. — To locate financial alternatives to meet demands. — To study the management of Comal County’s water resources for use as water-oriented recreation, industry, agriculture and domestic uses. — To recommend a short-run as well as a five-year plan. The report also stated what the committee was not intended to do. These are: — To promote or discourage tourism, industry, agriculture or domestic use. — To promote special interest groups. The committee will be made up of ll members. Each county commissioner will select two appointees while the county judge will pick three. Commissioners postponed committee appointment to another commissioners meeting. Schumann said he has contacted several people concerning the interest. Those who have expressed interest in possibly working on the committee are Dr. Dorris Brown, Beth Sherfy, County Commissioner W.N. (Bill) George, Charles Lewis, Charles Knibbe, Ken Karger, Louis Herrick and Cameron Wiley. Council in brief Members present: Mayor O.A. Strstemann Jr., Laverne Eberherd, Connie Seay. Barbera Tieken. Betty Iou Rushing, Valdemar Espinoza. Joe Rogers Absent: none. Approved variance allowing Mary Elizabeth Cunningham to build fence on city right-of-way at 101 E. Edgewater. Vote: Ebarhard, no; Seay, Tiakan, Rushing. Espinoza and Rogers, yes. — Cunningham, who owns a weekend home next to the Cornel Springs, wanted to rebuild a fanes that was washed away with her home in the 1972 flood. She was unable to complete repairs before 1975, when the city passed an ordinance that made it illegal lo construct such a fence Since then. Cunningham says her property has suffered damage from scuba divers and other tourists walking through to get to the water Eberherd. who cest the only “nay" vote, said she had mixed feelings, but thought the fence should be pieced on Cunningham’s property line Rezoning at 1674 Old McQueeney Road. Vote: Unanimous. Approved first reading of an ordinance changing one lot from R-2 (two family residential) to C 3 (commercial! district A public hearing was held, and owner’s agent Archie Heimer said he hoped to put an office warehouse on the property No one spoke against the rezoning Rezoning at 1354 McQueeney Road. Vote: Unanimous. Approved first reeding of an ordinanca changing one lot from R 2 to C 3 Another office warehouse is proposed by Archie Maimer representing another property owner rn this case At the public hearing, no one spoke against this rezoning Rezoning on Old McQueeney Road. Vote: Unanimous. Approved second reeding of an ordinanca changing S 783 acres in the Shadow Park Subdivision from R 2 to R 3 (multi family! district Election of director to Comal County Appraisal District board. Vote: Unanimous. City ess all 496 ol its votes (or incumbent director George Erben Someone advised the council afterward that tha New Braunfels (SD gave Erben 360 votes This makes a total o* 846 guaranteeing him a seat on the board Nomination of three incumbent members for re appointment to the Appraisal Review Board. Vote: Unanimous. Com* County Appraisal District director win choose people rn December to relit! the teats of Kenneth Fiedler Joseph Armstrong and William Sparkman, and gave the city a chance to submit names Count< indicated it was happy with the work of those three men. and would support their re appointment Resolution accepting order from State Department of Highways and Public Transportation for extension of Walnut Avenue and Common Street. Vote: Unanimous. This resolution was a formality needed to proceed with development of these protects which are to be undertaken with federal road system improvement funds Ordinance setting a speed limit of 56 miles per hour on FM 306 from Missouri-Kenses-Texes Railroad to IH 35 Vote: Unanimous. - Cay Menage! E N Deteahmutt said the cav ham t pea a speed lima on this stretch arnee a was annexed in 1981 A traffic study ' scorn mended that th# state maximum of 66 mph be implemented there Approving license for storage of wrecked and abandoned vehicles. Vote: Unanimous. Application was made by Jesse Navarro Navarro s Truck lf Auto 103 N Faust St Request from Sandra Morales to waive Civic Center rental-use fee for benefit dance. No voto taken, request withdrawn. Stocks NEW YORK IAP) Morning stocks Jeff Pilot 394 384 39 High I-ow Last JohnsJn K mart 444 364 444 384 444 384 AMR Corp 344 36 364 Lifemark s 384 384 384 Alcoa 434 434 434 Ijtton lnd 654 654 654 Am Motors 8 74 74 viManville MartMar s 114 114 114 Amer TGT 624 614 624 364 36 364 Ar mco I ne 174 17 174 Mercies 284 28 284 AtlRichfld 434 43 434 Mobil 294 294 294 Beth Steel 244 234 244 Monsanto 1074 1084 1074 Boeing 42 414 414 Motorola 1424 1414 1424 Borden 554 554 554 Penney JC 634 624 624 Brit Pet 254 254 254 Phelps bod 24 234 234 Burlngt lnd 364 364 364 PtullpsPet 334 334 334 CaterpTr 434 43 434 Polaroid 364 364 364 Celanese 774 n 774 ProctGamb s 574 564 574 Centel 374 YI 374 Pubs NwMx 28 274 274 Chrysler 274 264 274 RCA 344 344 344 CocaCola 564 554 564 Rep Bank Cp Safeway a 344 344 344 Coleman 344 344 344 27 264 27 DowChem 334 33 334 SantaFelnd 304 304 304 duPont 524 524 524 SearsRoeb 414 404 414 EastnAirL 64 6 6 Shelled 424 424 424 East Kodak 724 71 724 Singer Co Sony Corp SouPac a 274 274 274 ElPaso Co 234 234 234 144 144 144 Enserch s 234 234 234 39 384 39 Finmark 814 114 •14 Scull n Co 22 214 22 Exxon 384 31 38 Swat Bksh 274 27 $74 Firestone 22 214 214 StdOtlCal 344 344 344 FtBcpTex FordMot HS 184 114 StdOUlnd 49 484 49 65 644 65 StdOUOh 474 474 474 GTE Corp 464 464 464 Sun Comp Texaco Inc 444 434 434 GnDynam 514 514 514 384 354 354 GenlElect s 554 554 554 TexComBn 424 414 42 Gen Food 504 494 504 Texas Inst 1344 133 1344 Gen Motors 77 764 764 Texaslntl 54 54 54 Gen Tire 354 354 354 Tex UU1 284 184 184 Goodrich 31 304 304 Time inc 84 634 634 Goodyear 324 324 324 TW Corp 324 314 31 V« GtAtlPac 114 114 114 TylerCp UAL Inc 284 284 184 Gulf OU 434 424 424 344 334 34 Gulf StaUt 144 144 144 Un Carbide 884 854 884 HarteHnk s 22 22 22 UnPacCp Umroyal 534 534 534 Honeywell 1314 1304 1314 154 154 154 Houstlnd 214 214 214 US Steel 274 274 274 Hughes TI 194 194 194 Unocal 30 294 30 Interfst 164 164 164 WalMart I 424 424 434 IBM 127 Vs 1264 1274 Westgh El 494 494 494 Int Paper 514 514 514 Xerox Cp 414 484 484 Herald Classified* 625-9144 HOLIDAY BONUS FREE SCOTCHGARD when we clean your carpets, chairs or sofas for the holidays. 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Their relationship is strictly platonic. (My friend says she does not find this man physically attractive.) Recently the two of them attended her granddaughter’s graduation in another part of the country, and the daughter, thinking her mother and this man were lovers and not wanting to apear oldfashioned, put them up together in a room with a double bed! My friend said she was uncomfortable and somewhat embarrassed, but she didn’t want to make a fuss, so she went along with it. What are you thoughts on this? NO NAMES OR LOCATIONS DEAR NO NAMES: I find It difficult to believe that a grown woman with all her marbles would share a double bed with a man rather and “make a fuss’’! What fuss? It would seem perfectly logical for her to have told her daughter that she and the gentleman were just friends, not lovers, and separate accommodations were required. DEAR ABBY: Our son was married to a nice girl whose parents had no money, so my husband and I gave the young couple a wedding reception and paid for it ourselves. The invitations were sent out with reply cards. Eight couples we did not know but who were friends of our son and his bride returned the reply cards saying they were coming, so we counted on them for dinner as we did for all the others who accepted by mail. When the dinner was served, those eight couples did not show up. Abby, dinner at $41.50 a plate for 16 people cost us $664. After the wedding, none of the no-shows called to explain or apologize. And none of them sent a gift. My question is this: Since these people were friends of the bride and groom, don’t you think they should make good the $664° We offered to foot the bill for the reception, but must we pay for guests who accepted but didn’t s*- >w up9 STICK IN JERSEY DEAR STUCK: you are Indeed “stuck,” because having offered to pay for the reception, you are obligated to pay for the no-shows. They were very rude, and your son and his bride should let them know about it, but the financial loss — unfair as it is — is yours. DEAR ABBY: I worked for a married man for 25 years. For 18 of those years I was his mistress. I finally broke it off after trying to end it for three years. He got mad and fired me. Then he hired a young divorcee to take my place. I needed that job. Abby. I told him if he didn t give me my job back I would tell his wife. Should I keep my word? UNDECIDED DEAR UNDECIDED: No. If your boss fired you because you refused to sleep with him you can sue him for sexual harassamment. 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