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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 29, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Chamber change 410 MQ53 MICROPLEX MITCH WOMBLE BOX 45436 TX 75245 301 By PATRICIA YZNAGAKING Wire editor Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice President Tom Purdum resigned today to take a job with the Lower Colorado River who has been with the chamber for 25 will be the public affairs director for He will fill the newlycreated position March We accept your resignation with very much Chamber President John Doster told Purdum this said that although he had to to Austin for his new he would miss New I approached this with mixed he He added that although he has had other the LCRA job would allow him to do what he enjoys most work with the public and area Purdum resigns job to take LCRA position leaders and Im really looking forward to he Doster and chamber president elect John Chunn praised Purdums efforts during the past 25 He left an indelible print in our organization and the way we do Chunn The mechanics are there and to a most of the work done in the Chamber is done by Chunn attributed the the strength of the chamber to Purdums efforts during the He said he was happy for Purdums success but regretted the void his leaving would create in the chamber management he I see it as an opportunity before Doster stressed that the chamber has begun looking for a new chamber executive vice While no interim Vice president will be the chambers executive committee will assume those Doster said the directors hope to hire a new executive vice president in the next two He anticipated no problems in hiring someone because New chamber has a good reputation in the Purdum said the chamber would probably hire someone who had about 10 years a colleged education and some knowledge of journalism The chamber does not plan to limit its choice to someone from Central Purdum became chamber executive vice president iri He left that position in 1964 to go into private but remained on the board of He returned as chamber executive vice president in Purdum admitted that most chambers dont retain the same managers for quite so mortality rate for managers is hooked Tom Purdum then elaborates on Basketball scores High School Boerne Rangerettes 33 College Syracuse Georgetown 63 Tonight Canyon at New Braunfels Hemisfair DEHYL HERALD ETUNC his letter of resignation New Braunfels Herald New Texas Tuesday January 25 Cents 16 Pages Vandals hit Goodwin 3 teens arrested by police By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer New Braunfels police expect to charge three male juveniles today for vandalizing Goodwin Primary Sunday Felix Roque said two ages 15 and who both attend Canyon Middle confessed their involvement to Municipal Court JudgeDavid Perkins As of presstime a 15yearold Canyon High School student was also talking to police defectives about the Roque said the three boys were picked up at school Monday and brought to the police They were read their then gave their Detective John Villarreal said they would be charged with burglary of a non which is a felony fl of The vandalism at Goodwin was discovered by a milk delivery man shortly before 5 Damage estimates have not been but could go well over police Goodwin Principal Randy Dry said the schools interior looked like a demolition Porcelain fixtures in the schools restrooms were smashed with as well as video equipment and film projectors throughout the School were removed from the and he couldnt think of one typewriter that managed to escape a hammer There were marbles and thumb tacks scattered all over the films rolled down the and desks and chairs thrown Dry said the teachers lounge was They busted up the coke See Page 10 S9t Ro9er Allen dusts for fingerprints at Goodwin Primary UERYL CLARK HERALD EIIUNG Zoning While calling for revision of the citys zoning classificationsand what each category will City Council Monday night granted light industrial zoning to the FM SOB factory Although Planning and Zoning Commissioners recommended four totwo to zone most of the FM 306 area M2 iheavy industrial and part of it Council Monday decided to pass the ordinance with all M1 zoning for the first There will be two more readings of the ordinance and Council can add M 2 zoning to the ordinance before the next Coleman Manufacturing requested Council opts for M1 for newlyannexed tract M2 zoning because of a chemical used Requests from other industries in the area went back and forth from M1 to Those opposed to M2 zoning in that area cite the possibility of dirty known as smoke stack That thought prompted Coun cilman Joe Rogers to What in M2 do we not want in New Braun fels Lets take it out instead of going through this each Council will conduct a workshop all zoning classifications will be See Page 10 Suicide ruled in drowning of SA woman Thp Hrnumtncr rlaath nt a Cin An The drowning death of a San An tonio found floating face down by two fishermen in Canyon Lake has been ruled a suicide by Peace Justice Fred The body of Martha Levois was found about 15 feet from the banks of Comal Park in water about five to six feet Bpdo Miller and his son Dale were fishing when they discovered the body shortly before 5 Comal County Sheriffs In vestigator Kermit Kroesche said Stewart made his suicide ruling Monday after receiving an autopsy report from the Travis County Medical Examiners She was fully and there was no evidence of fouj Her car was in the Her keys were in her jacket and her purse was locked in the trunk with all her Kroesche The only thing missing was her left and we found that later washed up on the The woman was reported missing to the San Antonio Police Depart ments Missing Persons Section at Her family had last seen her when she left the house around Weve been able to determine she was a She probably swam until she gave and Kroesche Davis body was the first recovered from the waters of Canyon Iake this Wesley Andrew who was last seen on has been listed as the years first drowning No sale City Council says no to Loop shopping center ByDANASTELL Staff writer Like a bouncing developer John Thomas and neighbors of his proposed development at Loop 337 and Texas 46 have gone to the Planning and Zoning City back to the planning and back to City Finally Monday Council shot down Thomas request to change the zoning from R2 to Cl business and build a shoppingcenter and office park Thomas said he will build duplexes on the Thomas request was sent to Council in but was returned to the Planning Com mission because Thomas had met with neighbors in the meantime and worked out several com After reviewing 15 items asked for by residents and agreed to by planning commissioners on 8 again agreed to recommend Council grant a zoning a petition dated 21 was sent to City Hall calling for four amendments to the 15 agreedupon Thomas said he would go along with all but one of the recom mendations changing the boundary between the shopping center and freestanding while neighboring resident Chuck Engler said it was all or I have a Engler told You have a If he does not meet those kill this Keep this property R2 he has something he tells me he can put in The developer said that meeting all the neighbors such as placing a tree back of the property and moving the setback line of the rear of the My heart wont take facing these residents again with another problem somewhere down the Thomas has cost him around My heart wont take facing these residents again with another problem somewhere down the Thomas He added that duplexes on that land would be a travesty mainly because of the increase in residential traffic coming onto the A legal matter brought up Monday by city attorney Moore was whether Thomas proposed development should granted a special use permit zoning change with A special use Moore is genfrally used on one project on a smaller It would be cumbersome on a multi purpose he We would be on pretty shaky legal grounds to attach a special use because Thomas has s purposes planned for Conditions set out by included both prohibitions the type of businesses thin did not want in the and on the type of protective fencing anil buffer they wanted behind the Councilman Joe Idlers made the motion to appro reading of the ordinan the zoning to I motion died fur lack on remain at the first ee changing his il a land will Inside Water Watch Bogg ed Down ClJIIUl HlKrt Cjnyun Eijwjnfe Todays Weather The patchy fog in Comal County this morning should disappear by but skies will remain cloudy with light drizzle still in the forecast this should reach the low60s and drup overnight to the Winds bet ween 510 miles per high was this mornings luw was SUnset will be at and sunrise Wednesday will be at lommy Hoggs is looking revive his career and his sore arm this season with the Kangers Page 9 CLASSIFIED COMICS CROSSWORD DEARAB8Y DEATHS HOROSCOPE OPINIONS SPORTS STOCKS TV LISTINGS WEATHER 13 15 11 11 3 11 4 10 12 3
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