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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 9, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                January but no laundromat Planners approve subdivision after eliminating commercial lot By DANA Sf ELL Staff writer A proposed 20acre subdivision off Alves Lane received preliminary approval from Planning and Zoning Commission Tuesday Commission members also agreed to recommend to City Council that the zoning on the tract be changed from Bl conventional and mobile home to Rl single Developers W R represented by Bill also had asked for Cl zoning on the one lot that faces Alves where a laundromat or convenience store was Commission members explained that their policy is to not have any driveways directly on a major such as Alves along with denying a re zoning request for the commercial Deaths Juanita Whipple Beck Juanita Whipple Beck of Star Box Canyon died 7 at her Funeral services will be Thursday at Doep penschmidt Funeral The Gordon Hightower of Canyon Lake will Burial will follow with a noon graveside service at Roselawn Memorial Park in San Beck was born in Austin to and Ruth Isabelle nee Earnest She was Planning roundup the Commission agreed to also eliminate the oddshaped lot com pletely and incorporate that acreage into three other residential All residential lots in Northview Subdivision face inward and do not empty onto a major Reimer told the Commission that the subdivision will contain lots priced between and and homes in the area will cost between and The market in New Braunfels does not have housing in subdivisions that can support people of moderate incomes starters and Reimer Were looking at a service that hasnt been done in a married to George Beck who died in Beck lived in San An tonio until The housewife was a member of Dellview Baptist Church in San Survivors include her daughter Belle Fieseler of Canyon Lake six grandchildren and seven great Pallbearers will be Johnny Boyers Mike Harold Fieseler Felix Whipple Harold Fieseler and Raymond Tan Stocks NEW YORK AP Morning AMR AMI Am Amer BellSouth Beth CaterpTr Centel Chevron Chrysler CocaCola DiamShrh DowChqm Dressrjnd East Kodak Enserchs Entexlnc xxon Firestone FtBcpTex FordMot GAF Corp GTE Corp GnOynam 37 29 63 18 28 18 71 22 20Vi 44 17V4 15 44 24 41 68 37 29 30 63 18 18 70 21 20 44 17 14 43 24 40 68 37 29 SOVi 63 28 18 71 21 20 17 15 44 24 40 68 RCA RepBankCp Sabine Safeway SFeSouPac SearsRoeb ShellOil Singer Co Southern Co Southland SwstBell Sperry Cp StdOillnd StdOilOh SunComp TNP Ent 35 27 16 27 25 31 55 30 18 26 68 41 51 40 44 13 35 27 16 27 24 30 55 30 18 26 68 40 50 39 44 13 35 27 16 27 25 31 V4 55 30 18 26 68 41 50 40 44 13 24 Gen Food Gen Motors GnMotr E 77 76 77 Texaco Inc 34 34 34 37 Goodrich Texas 116 Holiday Inn Un 37 HughesTl US 26 Int Paper Jeff 39 K mart Cp 18 Divers to search for missing man o A tkirvn M n Ehteridge and Patterson met Tuesday morning at the lake and the fisherman told the game warden what He saw a man in scuba gear out in the water getting ready to dive he was wetting his Etheridge By SANDRAJACKSON Staff writer Authorities today have made little progress in discovering the whereabouts of a man missing and presumed drowned in Canyon Wesley Andrew Brooks has naa w lus Bridge beennussing since Sunday Brooks a person told the game warden scuba left his clothing in his that he looked off and when he looked which was found Monday in the diver was Patterson Comal His scuba gear was said he assumed the man was gone making a Itili ilip BOOKKEEPING SERVICES INCOME TflX Pwaonol V Butlntu Accounts 15 Experience 6293966 long Were looking at a public A resident of the mobile home park near the proposed subdivision wanted to ensure that builders in the area follow strict regulations as residents of his area Reimer said that builders in Northview which was purchased from Canyon will have the same restrictions as those in Canyon We incorporate the Canyon Heights restrictions and add the further restriction of no mobile homes Reimer Also Planning and Zoning Commission approved the final plat for Taylor which is building a medical supply office and warehouse in the FM 306 Calendar of Events Government County Commissioners Commissioners Courthouse first Organizations Parents of Twins 7 Paul Lutheran Four Seasons Garden Club 10 hold of Rose Goodwin VFW Post 7110 Auxiliary 600 Peace the post meets the second Wednesday of each Womens Aglow Fellowship Russells Courtyard Shopping Downtown Rotary Club noon Faust Noon Lions Club noon Thur Eagles Goodwin Extension Homemakers 1 1317 Boenig Aid Association for Lutherans Canyon Lake Action Knights of Columbus business KC If you would like rp announce your groups activities in the call us at 6259144 or send us a notice to Drawer New Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 the day before Deadline for Sunday editions is FridayJ HerkldZtltuns USPS 377880 If you have not received you paper by Tuesday through Friday or by cat 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave KramerGeneral Manager Claude Bertie Manager Robert Dave Kramer Advertising Manager Cheryl McCampbell Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David Editor Patricia YznagaKing Wire Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 5 one Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas 3 months 6 one year Mail outside Texas 6 one year Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New approved the final plat for the combination of two lots at IH 35 and approved the final plat for the resubdivision of a lot and a half on North Seguin white Dominos Pizza plans to The lot depth is feet less that the and the Commission granted a approved the resubdivision of two lots in the Rio Vista so both lots can be built approved the resubdivision of a lot in Cypress Rapids at which creates a spinoff lot which can be built approved the spinoff of a lot in the Smith which lies in the citys extraterritorial Motorola on county agenda Motorola will present county commissioners Thursday with an optional maintenance contract to cover all county equipment not already covered in the bid on the jail radio Commissioners meet at 10 in their courtroom on the Courthouse first The county administration asked for the radio company to come to the meeting a discuss the possible but until Motorola knows exactly how many mobile and stationary units are no dollar amount can be Dain Kunzler with Motorola Also on the commissioners will call for bids from financial in stitutions seeking to be the depository for county That contract is renegotiated every two Also on the agenda is a building expansion and a haul trailer for the road The county engineer also wants to have a standard for driveways that are built partially on the county right of County engineer Clark Mac McCoy will present a sample of the standards hie wishes to see adopted by commissioners Old roof beams being removed By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer The support beams many might have thought were permanent fixtures in the New Braunfels High School parking lot are finally vacating the premises this Superintendent Charles Bradberry announced the im pending departure without fan but discussion of patching the parking lot to remove all signs of the support beams was Student representative Rhonda Fritsche said that her class had been freshmen when the beams were first removed from the cafeteria and There had been some talk of using them as seating for their the graduation ceremonies this Fritsche proving it is possible to become attached to anything that stays around long The support beams had to be removed because they had begun The problem was discovered when the roof was about to be and an engineers report revealed the condition of the The school finding that company that had made the beams had gone out of sued the company that had bought it That suit is still in the Latest appeal fails to free Odette Port HOUSTON AP The attorney for a woman jailed for failing to testify about a slaying in which her stepson is accused says hes depressed by yet another refusal to free District Judge Carl Bue Tuesday became the third federal judge to deny Odette Ports Port was jailed 12 for refusing to answer a grand jurys questions about the June 7 killing of mail carrier Debora Sue Seventeenyearold David Port is charged with murder in the He is free on The murder case has been tran sferred to New Braunfels on a change of venue after the youths attorneys argued it had received too much publicity in the Houston area for Port to be tried The case is set to go to trial Bue rejected an argument by Ports Randy that continued jail custody would not prompt her to cooperate with grand whose term expires Schaffer said he has been unable to make the court come to grips with the idea that Port could not help in the states search for grounds for capital murder Im getting tired of saying Im Schaffer We thought legally we were in a sound He said he plans no further The grand jurys terra expires Bue held that the contempt citation issued by State District Judge McMaster has produced the desired effect by compelling Port to testify about the Port and her Ber were jailed last They have argued their testimony would violate a parentchild privilege similar to one that allows spouses not to testify against each But Texas Jaw does not recognize a parentchild In the couple testified several hours before the grand But McMaster freed only Bernard Port and ruled Ports testimony was not sufficient to purge her of the contempt Prosecutors contend Port was the first person to return home the day Miss Schatz was killed and could have information to warrant upgrading the charges against David Port to capital which carries a possible death Bue said Tuesday he was adop ting the reasoning of federal judges James DeAnda and Norman who also have denied requests to set bond for Port and permit her On while still refusing to answer all of the questions propounded to her by the grand did answer many of the Bue said in sevenpage MENS SWEATERS PRICE Long Sleeve Cardigans Sleeveless YOUR CHOICE Limited Quantity Name Brands OUR ENTIRE STOCK   

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