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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 20, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Local basketball Unicorns Fredericksburg 53 Fredericksburg Unicorn girls 26 Cougars Lockhart 52 Cougarettes Lockhart 35 Southside Rangers 65 Friday Rangers Bandera 62 Saturday Rangerettes Floresville 34 210 M053 MICROPLEX INC MITCH 304 SWC Houston Arkansas 73 SMU TCU 70 Texas Tech Baylor 71 Enough hoopla5porfs its game day Page 11A New Braunfels Herald New Texas 154 Sunday January 50 Cents 56 5 Sections Reagans second term to begin today WASHINGTON AP On the last day of his first President Reagan helped his grandchildren build a snowman in the White House Rose Garden as thousands of oldline conservatives and young Republicans gathered in the nations capital to celebrate the begin ning of four more On the eve of his swearingin to a second Reagan and his wife Nancy joined Vice President George his wife Barbara and paying guests at a starstudded blacktie gala produced by Frank a personal friend of the Fivethousand of the presidents many of whom attended a Republican leadership forum Saturday rocked at a preinaugural concert of their across town from the gala at Washingtonls new Convention The event featured Kool and the Jerry Lee Lewis and Johnny but organizers didnt bill it as an or dinary rock Coat and tie is the invitations It was part of the inaugural committees effort during the four days of inaugural festivities to cement young peoples allegiance to future GOP The 73yearold whose appearance on a college campus at the outset of his poltical career in the 1960s could start a student carried 60 percent of voters between 18 and 30 years old in the November In an unannounced and apparently unplanned moment Saturday the nations oldest president was photographed taking advantage of a gap in his schedule and a recent snowfall to help his son Michaels family make a snowman outside the Oval The relaxed and happy atmosphere stood in stark contrast to inauguration eve four years when Jimmy Carter spent his last night as president not dancing with his wife and closest friends as he had planned but on a sofa in the Oval Office waiting anxiously for the outcome of the climactic negotiations in Algeria that led the next day to the release of 53 American hostages held for 444 days in When they were Reagan posed for pictures with Michaels and their Cameron and First lady Nancy who told an interviewer just before Thankgiving that there was an estrangement between Michael and the first was not in although their differences reportedly have been patched The elder Reagans later crossed the street to dine at Blair the government guest with some of the presidents closest a few favorite Cabinet members and several old friends from The gourmet luncheon for about 20 couples was billed as a private and no reporters or photographers were permitted On Capitol the proReagan lobbying group Citizens for America threw a reception for the presidents conservative supporters to honor two of their See Page 16A McQueeney voters say no ByDANASTELL Staff writer For the second time in five residents of the McQueeney and Treasure Island communities have voted down the chance to incorporate their And the margin was identical 60 Saturdays incorporation try failed An Aug 11 incorporation vote in McQueeney also failed by 60 Treasure Islands election was separate that failed It was that comhiunitys third incorporation After the August incorporation the McQueeney steering committee redrew its proposed city but they were not accepted by a Guadalupe County in Judge James Sagebiel accepted another redrawn map and called Saturdays Members of the McQueeney in corporation steering committee maintained that making McQueeney a city would protect residents from annexation by On Seguin City Council annexed onemile strips near FM FM 464 and Texas Last that city annexed fbur parcels of land west and north of its city City Council there said its an nexation helped protect the city from encroachment from New and In New Braunfels annexed twomile strips out FM 725 and Texas 46 toward On the city of Seguin filed a lawsuit which would have answered many questions if McQueeney had including which city has priority when extraterritorial jurisdiction boundaries McFarlane trip kept secret WASHINGTON AP President Reagans national security Robert made a secret fivenation tour of Central America just before Reagan was to be sworn in for a second a White House spokesman disclosed Saturday Deputy White House press secretary Robert Sims told reporters at a preinaugural gala that Mc Farlane made the trip to talk to the heads of state of the five nations and reaffirm the presidents policy for the coming months as the second term Sims said McFarlane spoke to officials in Costa El Panama and But the spokesman refused to disclose any specifics of what was discussed and said he was not at See Page 16A County officials lose salary pleas OEFWCIARK HERALD ZEITUNG Fidel Tamez outlines his case Hazel Kuhn is seated at right Panel gives 80 no vote to constable By LIILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer Constable Fidel Tamez lost his bid for a salary increase of when the grievance committee voted 80 to deny his request About 25 people showed up for his presentation including county commissioners George and Lorenzo Yankee Justice of the Peace Harold and constable of Precinct Hank When Tamez gave his presen about 10 citizens were heard on the subject of whether the constable should have the increase with three The county judge also requested district attorney Bill Sehroeder and Kent supervisor of the warrants and civil papers to answer questions on details of law enforcement in the county that pertain to the con stables Also committee member Bill the county asked Tamez questions about his assumption that crime was on the increase in his In the county as a whole we had a decrease in misdemeanor cases from to 975 Do you have any figures to indicate that your precinct did not follow the countywide pattern Reimer See Page 16A Kuhn says workload heavier The county grievance committee Friday turned down the district clerks request for a 5 percent pay raise on a 34 District Clerk Hazel Kuhn was asking for the 5 percent costof living raise that most other county employees The 1085 budget gave her a percent which according to County Judge Fred Clarks figures is 1 percent below the actual increase in the cost of living during So in effect the district clerk has received a pay cut in real The vote was taken by secret The grievance committee consisted of six county elected three citizens drawn from the list of grand jury members from the previous and its nonvoting chair All were present except Sheriff Walter who left word that he had prior com On Kuhns request Clark had explained that the commissioners were attempting to reach some amount of urity bet ween lie budget ami number of employees a particular elected official We cannot give an II percent raise to an office we feel has more responsibilit anil percent to the district clerk our county dues nut have that kind of Su we have to go about it in this IDA Inside Water Watch RIVIJI Canyon inflow Canyon Ddm uuttluw Edwjrds Aquifei Uikt 12i 639cMiluwM 16 800 Isdinu 623 71 061 V 021 Mondays sun will set at Rotten records Everyone has some albums in his record collection that he wishes hed never Amateur critic Robert Johnson tells you about some real losers hed like to melt Page 58 Todays Weather It will be windy and cold today with a high around A lake wind advisory is in effect with gusty winds from the Decreasing cloudiness tonight will bring much colder temperatures expected to drop to about It will be cloudy and cold Monday and Tuesday with highs in the 30s and lows in the There will be a chance of snow or freeing rain Tuesday Saturdays low was 34 and the high was an un seasonable Sunset tonight is at and sunrise Monday is BUSINESS CLASSIFIED COMICS CROSSWORD DEAR ABBY DEATHS HOROSCOPE KALEIDOSCOPE OPINIONS SPORTS 6A 28C 68 78 78 3A 68 158 3A 4A IV 4 A 2A Hollmig wins Edwards race The incumbent in the race for a seat on the board of the Edwards Underground Water District will serve six more Craig Hollmig was reelected Saturday with 454 Challenger Lowry received K8 It was a fantastic said County Clerk Rosie The best turnout One director was elected in each of the Districts five counties of Uvalde and Each county has three directors on the board of the aquifer which was created in 1959 to develop plans for the use and protection of the water in the Edwards We had a good Hollmig And I want to thank everyone who voted for showing their concern and interest in the water issues that confront When running for his directors to which he was appointed three years Hollim said tie cerned about irowth in the KduanK region and the ul growth un ill flow of Comal is but du il UMiig a source of water other than the la wards h reservoir to supple the r and industrial said In about a shortsight problems ol the aqunei He said he mainly was interested in the agricultural aspects ul liie hdwards to meet with t an Hihii Comal Countys other u appoint a director to fill the i 11 vacant by the late Oliver Haas Haas died He had four years remaining in term after being elected   

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