New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 24, 1985, Page 2

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July 24, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 24, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Council names police minority relations committee Lioness of the Year Glendme Abbott, far right, was named Lioness of the Year by members of the Canyon Lake Lioness Club recently. She was presented with SANDRA JACKSON HERALD ZEITUNG a plaque by Ed Kohleffel, liason for the Canyon Lake Evening Lions Club and Lioness president * Birgit Olsen. Annex bid award expected County commissioners will award the bids on the new Courthouse Annex in the meeting IO am. Thursday that convenes on the first floor of the Courthouse. Also on the agenda, Sharon Jetelina, representing Communications Management Co., will propose a new phone system for the Courthouse again. This company.which wrote the jail phone bid specifications, had made a recommendation at that time for an updating of the Courthouse phone system. Commissioners at that time wanted to wait because the plans for the new Annex were still being drawn up. Another item on the agenda related to the Annex is the Central Appraisal District’s request for space in the new facility. Originally when the plans for the Annex were drawn, the appraisal district had been approached about Archer may announce for seat Van Archer, San Antonio City Councilman, is expected to toss his hat into the ring for Tom Loeffler’s congressional seat should that Solon decide to give up his seat to run for governor of the state. “I won’t officially announce my candidacy until Tom announces that he will vacate that seat,” Archer said in an interv iew, “But I will definitely run if Tom vacates.” Calling luinself a conservative activist, Archer is in his fourth term as San Antonio councilman. He has been active with the Republican party on local, state and national levels and has been a delegate to both the state and national Republican conventions. “I believe in the power of ideas,” Archer said, adding that he invited anyone to check his voting record to confirm the statement. “The only way to really know a candidate is to check his voting record. I do my best to mirror the views of my district. Archer is married and has three children. He is a member of the Christ Episcopal Church in San Antonio. having space set aside for their offices. The appraisal district management had agreed, but between then and the final plans, communication between the county and the district broke down. The district’s board decided against moving into the new Annex because the space originally talked about had been reduced. After budget considerations though, the district, represented by board member Arnold Moos, will again negotiate for space in the new .Annex Other agenda items will include a resolution against the proposed federal tax reform that will remove state and local taxes from exemption status and a resolution on the federal Fair Ixibor Standards Act. The National Association of Counties suggested that counties respond to the tax proposal with some communication to the congressional Ways and Means Committee The Fair l.abor Standards Act recently interpreted by a federal case to Include governmental employees requires employees to be paid time and a half for overtime. The law also outlaw s comp time. Calendar of Events Government Comal County landfill Board: 8:30 a.m. Thursday, County Courthouse. New Braunfels Utilities: 4 p.m. Thursday, Honors Hall. New Braunfels ISO: 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Highschool library. Deaths Erna Nowotny Clark Services are pending at Cortner Mortuary in Redlands, Calif, for Erna Nowotny Clark, formerly of New Braunfels. She died July 22 in California. Nowotny is survived by five sisters, l,aura Ruggles-Gates of Tyler, Margaret Fox of San Antonio, Jane Tnska of New Braunfels, Carol Wilbur of Redding, Calif., and Gladys Berg of Sacramento, Calif.; and two brothers, Arnold Nowotny of Gardnerville, Nev. and Jerome Nowotny of New Braunfels. A minute with Andy Rooney in the Harald-Zritung .Nine members were appointed Monday night to the newly created special committee formed to study relations between the city’s police department and the minority community . City Council agreed earlier this month to form the committee, which was suggested by Councilman Valdemar Espinoza and by Police Chief Burney Boeck. Espinoza told Council that he has received complaints from people of his district of being mistreated by the police. There have also been complaints of officers being discourteous and going into homes without warrants. The special committee will take its lead from the City Council-appointed police and fire department community relations committee, which wound up its work recently. One member of that committee. Larry Kunkel. will serve on the new committee. Council’s two members are Harry Preston and Ed Bateman; while Espinoza appointed Ixirenzo Law enforcement would be especially a problem, making scheduling less flexible, the V.G. Young Institute on County Government said after researching the effect. Commissioners will also clarify the policy on use of county vehicles and receive an overview of budget requests from County Auditor Bate Bond.The county departments have submitted their departmental budgets as the first step in the 1986 budget process. Also Jerry Haag’s Chaparral Subdivision is on the agenda again, this time to check the progress of the road construction because the letter of credit will expire at the beginning of August. Commissioner gave Haag one more month to complete the roads which have drug out over three years. Other subdivisions on the agenda include North l^ake Estates, acceptance in the unit road sytem: Crystal Heights, a revision of the plat, and Arrowhead, possible variance on road width. An emergency item may be added dealing with the U.S. marshal contract to use the new county jail for 135 per day per inmate Comal County Commissioners Court: 10 a.m., County Courthouse. Organizations New Braunfels Evening lions Club: 6:05 p.m. Wednesday, Eagles Hall. Ut you would like to announce your group's activities in the newspaper, call us at 625 9144 or send us a notice to PO Drawer 361. New Braunfels, Texas, 78131 Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 p rn. the day before publication Deadline for Sunday editions is 5 pm Friday I B & L Distributing Co. | 1270 W. San Antonio St. 629 - 7598 Glazed S Unglazed Floor Tile • Custom Cabinets Quarry Tile • Concrete & C'uy Pauers • Saltillo Tile •    Ceramic Glazed Tile •Natural Marble Precast Terrazzo Tile • Hand & Machine Made Brick Thinset Mortars • Color Grouts 8-5 M • F Decorators, Contractors and Homeowners Please come by our showroom. Camarillo, Isabel Barboza and the Rev. E.H. Millett. Boeck appointed Jessie Gomez, Pat Hernandez, and Mike Ulloa. Espinoza asked that Ruth Harper be appointed as an ex officio member. The committee has not yet set a meeting date. Also Monday. Council: — approved the first reading of an ordinance revising the industrial classifications in the city’s zoning ordinance. Planning director Mike Shands said the ordinance incorporates the recommendations of several industrial representatives, who participated in a workshop last April. Shands said the intent of the new ordinance is to refine what is listed already and to protect against any “dirty" industries coming to the city. — agreed to again waive the “payment in lieu of taxes” for the Housing Authority of New Braunfels. In exchange for the yearly waiver, the Housing Authority provides several social services for the city. Executive Director Nadine Mardock told Council that with the waiver, the Authority would not be able to continue a playground program at Villa Serena and a meals program at Laurel Plaza. — approved the double payment of $1,800 to the Humane Society of the New Braunfels Area for the month of July to help the society pay bills until the city and the society work out a new contract. — agreed to allow Denson’s to conduct a sidewalk sale at 173 S. Seguin on Aug. 2 and 3. — discussed the possibility of Circle Arts Theatre using the basement of Kleinehalle for storage. Michie said the conditions in the basement will not allow the continuing use of the basement as a rifle range. Theatre Managing Director Elizabeth Elliott said her group is running out of room for actors on the upper floor of Kleinehalle. She also said the theatre group would have flooring installed in the basement.PEC customers will be seeing lower electric bills in September By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer Because of lower rates from the Ixiwer Colorado River Authority, Pedernales Electric Cooperative customers will be seeing lower electric bills in September. Rates will be lowered because the Public Utility Commission ordered the LCRA to lower the amount they charge for fuel costs. Man arrested for assault John Christopher Seibold. 22. of New Braunfels was charged with aggravated assault with a motor vehicle Sunday Seibold was released from jail on a $2,500 bond set by County Court-at-Ixiw Judge Ron Zipp early Sunday morning. Officer Tommy Gonzales of the New Braunfels Police Department arrested Seibold in the police parking lot. according to the police report. where Seibold drove to after the incident — which occurred at Camp Warnecke about I a.in. Sunday The complainant, a 25-year-old Houston man. said he was at Camp Warnecke walking across the parking lot to “The Other Place" where he was stay ing when someone came at him w ith a car at a fast rate of speed The complainant said he saw that he could not get out of the way. he jumped and landed on the hood of the car, rolling off to one side. A friend got in a car and followed his assailant to the police station In the police parking lot a scuffle ensued and police came out and broke it up None of the people required hospital treatment, reports said. Herald-Zfitung IUSPS 377 8801 lf you have not received your paper by 5 30 p rn Tuesday through Friday or by 7:30 a rn Sunday, call 625 9144 or 658 1900 by 7 p rn and 11 a m,, respectively Published Sunday morning and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co , 186 S. Casten Ave., New Braunfels TX 78131 Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S Casten Ave , New Braunfels, TX 78131 Dave Kramer Editor Gen Mgr Susan Haire    Managing    Editor Claude Scruggs ....... Publisher Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Sand! Hutter    Asst Adv. Mgr. Cheryl Brzo/owski Class Mgr Don Avery    Circulation Manager Carol Avery . Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel........Press    Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David King........Sports    Editor Patricia Yznaga King . . Wire Editor Subscription Rates (Includes applicable sales tax) Carrier delivery in Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco and Kendall Counties: 3 months, $10 78; 6 months, $18 82; one year, $33 64 Mail delivery outside Comal County, In Texas: 3 months $18 92; 6 months, $33-64; one year $63 08 Mail outside Texas 6 months, $42.00; one year $70 OO Postmaster. Send address changes to P O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, TX 78131. The ruling became effective June 25. Bennie Fuelberg, PEC's general manager, said PEC members will see a reduction of fuel charges on their September bills. We are looking for a five to IO percent decrease un fuel cost),” Fuelberg said. “Because of our power cost adjustment,” Fuelberg said, “whatever changes in fuel rates there are will show up in bills." Fuelberg said 4.178 cents per kilowat hour is included in each member's base rate to pay fuel costs. If fuel rates go below that amount, members receive credit. Fuelberg said the reason the change won t show up sooner is because the PEC has not received lower rates from LCRA yet. The PEC, w hich provides power to the Canyon I .ake area, and the Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative are among LCRA’s 41 wholesale customers. LCRA serves San Marcos, Kerrville and San Saba w ith retail electricity. LCRA is appealing the PUC’s ruling to lower the rates the authorise can change for fuel casts ®ra^nlfce ph°pe GS® ■eam| TRAVEL LAS VEGAS CLEARANCE!!!!! 3 night 4 day packages Air, Hotel. Transfers..........from    1219    OU AUTUMN IN NEW ENGLAND SLASHES PRICES 7 days 6 nights. All Inclusive Tauck Tours........ 1799.00    (plus    ain ARKANSAS AND THE PASSION PLAY MOTORCOACH EXCLUSIVE 6 Days/5 nights, AU Inclusive..............................1450.00 COZUMEL CLOSEOUT 7 nights 6 days. Air. Transfers. 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