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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 9, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 4 ID MOSS fYlCROPLEX MITCH WOMBLE P BOX 45436 TX 75245 Area NBISD school supplies listed 11A Comal River Water Canyon outflow Edwafdg Aquifer Canyon Lake level 242 cfs down 12 179 cfs down 16 360 cfs up 10 down down Texas White condemns lawyers solicitations PageSA Local team can advance to World Page 8A New Braunfels Herald New Texas 157 Friday August 1985 25 Cents 26 Pages2 Sections Construction progresses KJ Ntt Glen a bricklayer from puts up brick on the new iSne Star Elementary School By LILLIAN THOMAS Staffwriter Lone Star Elementary improvements will be completed within 10 are using a lot of our own people to do the interior Superintendent Charles Bradberry told the New Braunfels ISO board I dont think you will even recognize it on the inside once its Another the new elementary school on County Lane has made progress on the brick The NBISD board will decide on the name for the new school at the next regular At the middle where a fine arts addition is being built they are working on top of each trying to be ready by the beginning of Bradberry I think they will miss it by a week or Bradberry said the staff has a contingency plan if the work is not The cafetorium being built at the high school has had two pourings for the foundation and a third is scheduled for the end of this Bradberry The projects were financed by an million bond issue voters approved in May The new the high school the middle school fine arts addition and the improvements at Lone Star Elementary make up phase II of the LANDECO won the bid II at The transportation center which is part of phase three will have its foundation poured Bradberry The transportation center is behind the high Renovation work on the Education Center the old high school on Mill Street is waiting for new bids for the electrical and air conditioning Those came in too See Page 12A In parental kidnapping case Jury awards damages From staff and wire reports HOUSTON AP A jury has recommended that relatives of two missing boys be forced to pay million to the childrens mother under a new Texas domestic kidnapping Randy Donato of son of and Arthur Donato of New served as the attorney for that I think it is a very positive and I hope some day it will help other parents in the same Its a very heartbreaking said the Carolyn of Sugar Her two Charles Smith and Christopher have been missing since when their Chuck took them to testimony The Smiths were divorced at the time of the ab Smith had custody of the boys and their father saw them on alternating Jurors deliberated six hours Wednesday before recommending the damage award against the childrens Charles William Smith his wife Pat and the boys aunt and Esteban and Kim Smith Jurors agreed the relatives and Chuck Smith con spired in the boys Smiths attorneys say the trial was the first to test the state law passed last September enabling parents of children abducted by former spouses to sue for civil attorneys Other states have passed similar The defendants failed to return phone calls to The Associated A private investigator traced her husband and children to England and finally to a ski resort in Smith She said she and her fatherinlaw booked flights on the same plane to but she was delayed in Smith said she obtained a British court order and then went to Scotland to get the But she said she was a day late and the quarry had See Page 12A Businesses voice concern over incorporation move By DANA OVERSTREET Staff writer Several business owners along the Guadalupe River are concerned this week about the recent announcement of plans to Incorporate the Sattler and At Thursdays Rivers Oversight Committee Jane Abbott of Abbotts River asked the leader of the incorporation effort how the idea for the proposed village came She said the suggested map for the incorporated area includes all the River Road but at the same time excludes any homes on business Why were the properties taken into incorporation and not the homes taken Abbott So they cant vote She cited an instance where two not targeted for are in the center of business which is shown to be The people are being affected and they dont have a Abbott David president of the Guadalupe Valley River presented the case for incorporation to the committee As president he is a member of the Rivers Oversight which is madejof up business chambers of and other property He said incorporation proponents can take in only two square miles and We took in a strip and if youre in youre in it and if youre youre Thompson told the group that those in favor of in corporation want tourism in the but also want to See Page 12A JP precincts wont change By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer Almost a dozen interested ob servers at commissioners court Thursday saw the quiet defeat of any change in Justice of the Peace Precincts 1 and Constables Werner Kiesling and Danny Justices of the Peace Doc Blanchard of Precinct 2 Comal County to get computer update By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer County information serivces manager Fred ONeal will get a new toy from commissioners a computer disc drive that will store 400 million characters of ONeal gave commissioners an explanation of the county computer system at a recent building up to a budget ONeal will write up the specifications with options for lease purchase and cash He estimated the equipment will cost about and Commissioners agreed to give him the authority to advertise for bids without coming back to commissioners The disc drive is like a filing ONeal explained to outlining the complex system with charts and The county has five computers that can share and exchange in formation 13 departments use 29 terminals and 16 The system is spread out in six buildings in three cities in three And the eight telephone lines used to connect all of them are from three different phone companies with routing through Austin and San The weakest link is the telephone ONeal Just static electricity can cause computer He mentioned a lot of his time was used in killing out old but added that he did not want the file clerks and county employees killing out files because the command to erase was a very dangerous Killing out files was the only way to keep making room for more in The new disc drive will allow an extension of current memory ONeal mentioned to com missioners the need for more per sonnel but added that part of the services could be paid by Hays and Caldwell Right now a lot of my time is spent putting out and San Marcos is one of my biggest the computer manager A problem there could be one of five Hays County has gone out for bids to add equipment to their he In Caldwell County I was on the agenda to explain some things about their system to ONeal suggested to com missioners that they contact the two counties and discuss some payment for his time on working on their And if the other counties add to their perhaps they could share a computer programmer with Comal he County Judge Fred Clark liked the idea and agreed to approach the other two county and Fred Stewart of Precinct 3 along with City Coun cilman Valdemar Espinoza and his NBISD Trustee Aguinaldo Nayo Rookie Barboza and Martin Commissioner Lorenzo Yankee Camarillo could find no one to second his motion to put voting precincts 6 and 7 in JP Precinct But in the last commissioners meeting when Camarillo brought it he had the support of Com missioner Bill County Judge Fred Clark first presented the idea of the In that last Com missioner Jumbo Evans suggested that the decision be put off until Commissioner Monroe Wetz returned from Part of the area affected was in Wetz com missioner Wetz said he saw no reason for the a position he had kept from the Im very Camarillo said after the The commissioners let me This is the first time I asked anyone to vote for something I have helped them a number of If people were going to change their they should have let me know of George indicated he knew that Camarillo had been counting on him for a but that he felt there was no advantage to changing the I think maybe we put the cart in front of the George After studying I couldnt say that changing the lines would serve all that much if we cant save taxpayers some if there was no need to equalize George referred to the work done by the Realignment Committee when he said that if commissioners appointed a blue ribbon com then they ought to take its George said he had not discussed the issue with the peace justices since the last The two JPs Blanchard and Justice of the Peace Harold Krueger of Precinct were op Krueger had testified before the Realignment I cant see changing it for purely political George Camarillo indicated though that either to change the lines or leave them the same would involve a political See Page 12A CISD bond sale is going extremely well Inside ByPEBBIEDeLOACH Staff writer A highly successful initial day of bond sales could mean Comal ISD will get its million in bond money as early as That was the word from Floyd CISDs financial ad who said as of early this only of the remained ache Securities of Dallas10 fofnUJfog the bond which began The million bond issue was overwhelming passed by CISD patrons on May Proceeds from the bond sale will be used to build a new Smithson Valley High School and a new Canyon Middle as well as renovations and additions at all other CISD I would term this bond sale highly Westerman adding he wouldnt te surprised if the remaining by Im very pleased the bonds sold out that It isnt unusual for them to go like hotcakes at But the ones on the front end have a higher interest rate and a higher so theyre harder to Westerman The bonds are scheduled to be repaid from 19ft to and are guaranteed by the State of Texas Permanent School The bonds are rated by Moodys Investors Service of New Most of the remaining bonds are in the higherpremium but Westerman The account PrudenttalBache isnt They dont mind having them around for because they dont have to pay for the bonds until we get our paperwork The paperwork snuffle should take about 30 Westerman The dMriet could get its bond money as early as but it will probably be more like the first week of he CROSSWORD DEAR ABBY Todays weather CLASSIFIED Morning clouds will burn off with COMICS another sunny and hot day with temperatures reaching inio the upper 90s and dropping to the low 70s Relative humidity DEATHS wil stay at 80 Saturday will have early morning noiMIAWC clearing to sunny and W fey the afternoon wlto temperatures to the upper Thursdays high was 99 SPORTS and this mornjiag3 low was Sunset will be at 847 and sunrise will be at WEATHER 4148 28 48 48 2A ENTERTAINMENT 38 44 REUQIOUS FOCUS 89A M
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