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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 4, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 4iO M053 MICROPLEX MITCH p n BOX 4546 TX 75245 301 to normal Schools roads clear as snow melts LILLIAN THOMAS and DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff Writers Freak weather earlier this week closed and but everything is back to normal Schools are open and so are I am not aware of any problems with closed roads this morning in Central Texas at said Bobbie state highway department resident Everything was pretty well thawed out and dried off by sundown Highway department workers were fearful that slush would freeze last night as temperatures were predicted to drop to the it stayed relatively with the overnight low dropping to only 28 The only problem we could see were the old farmtomarket roads that were built in the 40s and Hasert In those low water the pavement gets distorted and you get With the predictions of the cold last we thought it would but thank goodness it didnt get as told as we thought it All roads in this area are open and clear this Hasert said all roads in San An tonio are while the upper deck of Interstate 35 is closed in There were reports of spotty ice in the Hill Country and Hasert said some of the county roads here might have had some ice early this mor Icy roads prevented Bill new superintendent of Comal from getting to his new job this He said he tried to make it to work on time Wednesday for his first I got caught in the ice just outside Bastrop and had to drive 35 mph the rest of the Brown is moving here from He still managed to get here around lunchtime and made the decision to cancel school for Thur Sce Page 12A LESLIh HEHALO jfEltUNU This snowmans life expectancy is pretty short Water Watch Comal efs same Canyon Lake inflow cfs down 235 Canyon Dam cfs same Edwards down Canyon Lake up New Braunfels Herald iWw I VKn Friday January 25 Cents 20 Pages 2 Sections Smoky silhouettes Firemen poke through the smoke inside whats left of the barn Fire levels Rock Street barn ByDANASTELL Staff writer A Thursday afternoon fire at 895 Rock destroyed an old dairy barn that was being used for About 15 including responded to a call at It took about 30 minutes to extinguish the which was started by a twoburner hot Fire Marshal Elroy Friesenhahn said the hot plate either malfunctioned or it was left The owned by outoftowner was a Friesenhahn adding that he believes the value of the building would not exceed The fire marshal said that although some men lived in one they were not at home when the fire The other room con tained hay and odds and Frieseiilmhu Several including reported the Finnish guards eek missile s Finland AP Using snowmobiles and Fin nish border guards arc searching in Uplands roundtheclock winter darkness for traces of what may have been an offcourse Soviet Norwegian officials say the tracked by radar on may have been a Soviet cruise missile and are protesting to Moscow because the lowflying projectile passed through Norways airspace before disap pearing over Danish intelligence sources said Thursday that the object probably was a drone missile fired by a Soviet warship for use as a target during a training Finnish border guards have been combing the rugged snowbound wilderness of the countrys far north for the but the nonaligned government in Helsinki as yet has refused to characterize the object as i Norway is a member of the North Atlantic Treaty and a NATO in Brussels said of the incident We view anv Soviet violation of Allied national airspace as a matter of serious some Western European officials and analysts stressed that the reported intrusion presumably was Some diplomatic sources said privately that reaction was being muted so as not to rock the boat before the reopening of the arms dialogue next Norways Defense Ministry said Wednesday the object appeared to have been a cruise missile of a type fired from Soviet but Danish defense intelligence sources said the missile was more likely a target drone used for Cxvr One Danish source said the Soviet navy conducted firing exercises in theBarents Sea n week and our information indicates it the in truding missile I was an old SNll missile that the Soviets are known to use as The is a liKHvinlagc missile capable of carrying conventional or nuclear warheads but used by the See Page 12A City attorney eyes response to lawsuit City attorney Harry Moore this week is preparing a response to a lawsuit filed in federal district court The Henry owners of Schlitterbahn water park and Landa are claiming that City Council orchestrated a massive campaign of recrimination and in vestigation designed to inflame public sentiment against the City Council members and city manager Micbie received official notification of the suit Michie We have turned that information over to city attorney Barry Moore for the proper the city manager said this Any information about the citys involvement in the lawsuit should be directed to Micbie Moore said today that be received bis ropy of the suit About all I can is that I just started going over lie he said We will be a response at the appropriate time thats what were working The citys response must be filed in federal district court within 0 Henry said the lawsuit carries parts of a IWIII lawsuit settled out ol court in February of Ibis year llenrj said the city has not upheld its part ol the deal regarding around IlieSehlitterbabn Among the allegations in the new lawsuit arc claims that the city issued false reports lo the nnilia about the quality ol watci in the Sec Iagc IM inside Todays Weather It will be sunny and a little warmer today with a high in the mid Light northerly winds will Skies will be clear tonight and Saturday with a low near 30 and a high near Winds will continue to be less than 10 mph through Satur Yesterdays high was 52 and this mornings low was Sunset today will be at and sunrise tomorrow at Unicorns Win New Braunfels girls finished Thursdays basketball game with Smithson Valley with only four players on the but the Unicorns held on to win the 51 Page Spurs Nip Mavs Dallas barely missed out on a rare fourpoint play and the Spurs hung on to top the Mavericks 115114 Thur sday night at the HemisFair Page DEAR RELIGIOUS TV No sale By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer He got some of the things he asked but newlyelected constable Fidel didnt get the things he wanted most from county com missioners constable of Precinct got three of the eight budget items he and found out one was already approved from com missioners court Before an audience that included the other three constables and two justices of the Tamez was shot down on his most important requests the salary increase and the newer vehicle and radar But commissioners agreed that he should have the record and fee books he was requesting and said the other office supplies were included in the budget already as a Constables salary hike request turned down by commissioners But if he needed more than Die allocated they lould listen to any budget amendment at that Also Tamezs request both for office space in the justice of the peaces office and for gasoline access near Canyon Lake area were agreed to in but would take some time before would have We feel like something can be worked out on that access to a gas pump at the Lake when we get this building the temporary building now housing some prisoners out We need a piece of property out there Then when the new jail construction is finished we can move the temporary building out there and use it as the JP and con stable County Judge Fred Clark answered the This idea has been discussed in commissioners court before with the addition of using it as a sattelite County Judge Fred Clark left and Constable Fidel differed sharply on what Tamez should be office for the commissioners and the but having a gas pump at the office for deputies to use is a new and the commissioners liked Tamezs salary request was referred to the grievance with Clark saying that once the budget had been commissioners could npt change a salary by a simple budget See
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