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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 30, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas                                316 Water Watch Comal cfs same Canyon Lake inflow 135 cfs dowh 13 Canyon Dam outflow 160 cfs down 5 Edwards up Canyon Lake level same WOMBLE BOX 45436 TX 75245 NewBraunfels HQPAIQ Ttiat 232 Friday November 25 Cents 26 Pages2 Sections Reagan may seek freeze WASHINGTON AP With Republican legislators and his own advisers expressing growing con cerns about federal red President Reagan has begun fashioning a new budget with a tentative decision to virtually freeze total government spending at its current The president tentatively decided to try to hold spending to the 85 current an administration source said after Reagan met separately Thursday with Republican congressional leaders and senior White House While total government spending projected to be running near Cheer Fund The Herb Schneider family broke a record Thursday with the biggest single donation in our Cheer Funds threeyear The Schneider family donated to the and that donation puts us a lot closer to our goal of helping feed 200 local families this Needless to were ex tremely grateful for the con That wasnt the only con tribution we received Mike and Claudette Doherty contributed and Frances Wiggs and McMahan brought food by our And James and Bonnie who won in our recent football told us we could add their prize to the Cheer Thursdays contributions give us a new balance of which does not include food This is the best start weve had and we feel well meet or exceed our goal as a You can make your contribution in the form of cash or non perishable food Monetary contributions can be brought by our offices at 186 Castell or mailed to Cheer PO Drawer New Food contributions can be brought by our offices during normal business hours of to 5 Pickup of donated food can be arranged by contacting cir culation manager Don Avery at All contributions are tax trillion would be virtually such action would allow expenditures for some programs to increase while others would be Robert Pack one of the congressional leaders who met with Reagan on said the ad ministrations goal was to achieve savings in federal spending of billion in billion in 1987 and billion in He added that meeting such goals may mean the elimination of entire The objective of the proposed spending cuts is to reduce the deficit See Page 14A Police car involved in crash A 73yearold New Braunfels man and a local police officer were slightly injured last night after a headon collision in the 600 block of Comal John Wommack said that patrolman Robert Parchman was responding to a request for backup assistance at East San Antonio Street at 8 He was northbound on Comal Street with no flashing lights or Wommack said the patrolman was driving between 40 and 45 miles per hour in a 30 mph James Danis of 641 Ashmore turned right from Jahn into the northbound lane of traffic on Comal He was on the wrong side of the Wommack Although Danis speed was only 3 to 4 his 1983 Dodge Diplomat and Parchmans 1984 Dodge Diplomat both received extensive damage to the front Parchman was taken by am bulance to McKenna Memorial Hospital and Danis went by private Parchman complained of See Page 14A A newcomer to New Braunfels would probably get the idea the football season is still going strong in Cougar paws have appeared on several downtown store the Unicorn hoof which had faded a little since being painted two years were mysteriously repainted Thursday Canyon faces GregoryPortland tonight in Corpus Christi in 4A playoff while New Braunfels heads to Kingsville Saturday for an afternoon encounter with Rio Grande LESLIE KRIEWALDT HERALDZEITUNG More kicks Austin motel robbed suspects jailed From staff and wire reports Two San Antonio teenagers were in the Austin jail today on charges of burglary with a deadly weapon after they allegedly kicked in the door to a south Austin motel and took some police New Braunfels detective Mario Guerrero went to Austin this morning to determine if the suspects were involved in a recent string of motel robberies Jackie Ray and Lance were charged Thursday in an Austin municipal hours after two men robbed the Quarters motel of an undetermined amount of police They were arrested about yesterday and both were ar police They were being held in lieu of bond Robbery James Kortan said the pair had made statements con cerning recent motel robberies in San Antonio and In many of those the robbers kicked in doors of rooms or robbed desk Kortan said the two were suspects in a twoyear string of socalled kicker robberies and other At least five of the robberies were in In recent thieves have robbed guests or clerks at the Quality Stratford House and Hill Country Inn the Quarters night clerk had called police to report two suspicious The woman said they had asked for a room but con tinued to loiter after being told there were no The clerk told police she had locked herself in a back office and could hear breaking When she went to the front office she found the cash drawer A police officer pulled up in front of the motel about that time and saw the pair next to a The cash drawer was found in nearby police County cant stop growth for water official says Inside By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer Counties cannot prevent developers from developing sub divisions in areas with inadequate water a state health official told commissioners Raymond Whitley and Nick Fohn with the Texas Department of Health Region 9 office brought a checklist of questions that the state health of ficials were encouraging counties to include in their plat approval The problems of declining water quantity and quality in many counties in the Hill Country during the recent drought pointed up the countiess lack of authority in these Water quality means the amount of minerals such as iron and that affect the taste of the When a water table sinks as in a the concentration of these minerals often 1 When a well is originally producing enough water to pass state standards as a public water what can be done when the well later decreases in quantity andor quality County Judge Fred Clark Fohn replied that the county could suggest a building moratorium until the situation but the law does not allow the county any legal authority to The only legal restriction is on the See Page 14A Todays Weather Theres a nice weekend in store for the New Braunfels with sunny and mild weather prevailing today and It will be clear and cool Winds will be from the northwest at about 15 Todays high will reach about dropping to 39 and going back up to 69 This mornings low was 48 and yesterdays high was Sunset today will be at and sunrise tomorrow will be at CLASSIFIED 411B COMICS 12A CROSSWORD 13A DEAR ABBY DEATHS 13A ENTERTAINMENT 2B HOROSCOPE 3B OPINIONS 4A RELIGIOUS FOCUS 5A STOCKS U A SPORTS 810A TV LISTINGS 12A WEATHER 3A Fire cleanup New Braunfels fireman Johnny Oberkampf and two colleagues dig through the ashes in the kitchen of the Melvin Kreusler home on Schoenthal Trucks from New Braunfels and Bulverde helped battle the which broke out at 10 Preliminary reports indicate a faulty toaster may have been the HQ damage estimate was A from ths locaJ imeigency Commwmcajiiani Club also responded to the DERYL CLARK HERALD ZEITUNG Utilities awards bid for monitoring system By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer New Braunfels Utilities trustees unanimously voted to spend almost Thursday for a System of Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Expected to be online by June of the equipment will provide Utilities with uptotheminute in formation for analysis and im and help control equipment The contract went to Tejas headquartered in for a SCADA system to in one CPU control panel seven RTUs remote terminal seven voltage one RTU test unit spare The hgird atee approved pur chase fjojga Deloney or tran Utilities roundup The 198435 Utilities budget ear marked for the SCADA Of that Barry Utilities management informaton services said was designated for His balance of roughly was designated Cor engineering communicaUsfl We came pretty on equipment cost awarded was wwl   

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