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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas October Comal County Commissioners to adopt 1985 tax rate Rate 1 7S The New Braunfels High School Band was rated 1 at the UIL District Marching Competition Saturday at the New Braunfels High School The competition in eluded 1 2A and 4A schools from around the The Canyon High School Band was DERYL rated high as well in the garnering a 2 the New Braunfels band percussion section performs during the which included 32 high school Comal County commissioners will set the 1985 tax rate at their 10 meeting The proposed rate Is cents per The new rate includes a 6cent tax hike which represents a 20 percent Increase over last years According to Texas a petition signed by 10 percent of county voters could result in a rollback election which could keep the tax increase to 8 and though a previous public hearing brought protests from county no Indication has been yet given as to whether the rate will be The 1986 budget will also be discussed again at the Monday Half of the tax increase will go specifically to road and drainage improvements and purchase of right The other half will support the general fund budgets with the largest increase in the sheriffs Commissioners also plan to nominate the countys representative to the Central Appraisal The job has been offered again to Albert Moos who had that position for the past Commissioners postponed the item last while Moos made his Commssioners complimented Moos on the job he had done trying to keep the appraisal districts budget But hes only one a com missioner Nile Riedel with the Comal County Bar Association will make a presentation on the law Last commissioners asked for a clarification of the county and bar associations responsibility in maintaining the library and a recommendation on what to do to keep the books more The law library on third floor of the courthouse is used for attorneyclient Books have disap peared from the library even though they are suppose to be checked out through the county auditors A fee added to filing fees Missed by the Texas Legislature a few years ago created funding for the A Comal County employee takes care of the as well as other duties at the commissioners County Judge Fred Clark objected to the idea of paying a county worker two salaries for the same 40hour week of He suggested one possibility would be to hire a librarian strictly for that Commissioners will also have an executive session on Also on the agenda is a request for a variance to the private sewage facility order and a request to vacate Inland Estates lot 16 and replat it as lots 16A and Gramm campaign chairmen Marching student taken to hospital suPPrt bid A 14yearold Fox Tech student tn AUSTIN Rnth nf TI c nun A 14yearold Fox Tech student fainted on the marching field as her band competed in the UIL Marching Contest at New Braunfels High School about New Braunfels Fire Departments EMS unit took the girl to McKenna Memorial She had been out in sun all day and she was a New Braunfels fire department spokesperson And we heard she had been sick for a couple of days Emergency room personnel were still working on treating her for It was unknown at that time whether she would be Woman injured in accident A Canyon Lake woman was taken to the hospital after an accident Friday on FM 3159 about mile south of Cranes Mill said Trooper Tim Jackson with the Department of Public Elizabeth Swanson of Canyon Lake treated and released from McKenna Memorial emergency room personnel Her car was forced off the road while she was passing a tanker truck driven by Gustavo an em ployee of Wagner and the DPS trooper They were both traveling north behind this butane She was already in the oncoming lane trying to pass Gomez when he swerved out to pass the butane truck in front of Jackson Swansons car went off the down a steep through a barbedwire fence and into a small Absentee voting jgoing well I Interest in the Saturdays city election to issue million in general obligation bonds is high this and that is evidenced by the number of people who have voted As of 5 238 people Voted including five votes said received through the We had a good day city secretary Bonnie Absentee voting continues through 5 Tuesday at City Persons over those who are disabled or those who will be out of town Saturday may vote cedar The embankment had been a 4560 degree Jackson And if her car had not been pointing straight into it when it went it would have rolled for A couple of passersby stopped to help the DPS trooper They took her to Robinsons office and the Canyon Lake Volunteer Fire Departments EMS took her to the hospital from Jackson Gomez had not but he told the DPS officer that he was unaware that any accident had Jackson cited Gomez for unsafe lane change and for not having a class A drivers license which is required for the size of truck he was I talked to the foreman but he said Gomez had been there longer than him and was already driving trucks when he the foreman had started working Jackson Threadgill convicted on robbery charge Robert of was convicted Friday of the 15 robbery of the Seguin District Judge Schraub sentenced the man to eight years in a Texas His charge had been reduced from aggravated AUSTIN Both of Phil Gramms 1984 statewide campaign cochairman and 100 of his county campaign chairmen are supporting Tom Loefflers bid for I am honored that these men and women who worked so hard and so successfully to elect Phil Gramm to the Senate are now willing to put their effort and leadership into this Loeffler All of these men and women are leaders in their communities and their support and guidance gives us a tremendous Heart of Gold winner to be named today Edward Jones has ended its search for the person with a Heart of The winner was selected by a New Braunels panel of judges for his or her service to our The announcement of the winner and a special presentation of the Edward Jones Heart of Gold plaque will be made today at the Downtown Association Open House at the gazebo on the The winner will move on to the national Heart of Gold A national winner will be announced in January of The public is invited to this special presentation at 5 1MBISD to award Education Center New Braunfels ISO trustees is Expected to award bids for the Education Centers mechanical and electrical work in their meeting i At the meeting in New Braunfels High School an architect ffom the Andrew Perez firm will make a recommendation to the board op the bids that will be opened The Education Center is the name the school district has given the old high school on Mill Street that is being renovated for administrative Earlier bids were rejected as too The architects rewrote the eliminating some of the restoration work and adding a drop ceiling through all but the foyer The lower ceiling decreased the need for as well as cut the cost of air school ad ministrators Trustees will also authorize going out for bids some energy con servation work that was designed and engineered by HamMer Con sulting The energy conservation project was funded by the 1983 bond That issue also included construction of the new elementary ad ditions to various campuses and air conditioning work throughout the district Weather HamMer and Associates had overseen the air conditioning in stallation in the summer of 1984 and have written the specifications for the additional Also on the trustees will vote on a sick leave policy that adopts changes mandated by the state and assignment of credits for vocational The latter was also mandated by the state and was discused in the boards last study Texas and thunderstorms con tinued along the Texas coast Saturday as an upperlevel trough passed over highly moist and un stable heaviest storms were con Forecast North TexasSome late night and morning cloudiness otherwise partly cloudy through Widely scattered thunderstorms Turning cooler northwest sections Highs Sunday 83 to Lows tugns aunoay BO io LOWS centrated along the upper coast from Sunday night 61 to Highs Monday Louisiana through Beaumont to near the West Texas partly near Rational Weather Service Isolated showers were also detected ofrer Northeast Texas and the south I5gh JThe abundant lowlevel moisture resulted in partly cloudy to cloudy across the eastern twothirds of tiie Skies were generally clear West Texas as a lowpressure trough induced drier air into the High PJains and the Trans Pecos Temperatures were mainly in the statewide except for the Panhandle and west of the Pecos wfcere upper 60s South to southeast winds at 5 to 15 South TexasSome late night and mph were common across the early morning cloudiness eastern twothirds of the while otherwise partly cloudy with little westertv breezes around 10 mpb change in temperatures through Lows Sunday night in the upper 60s Hill Country and the 70s Highs Sunday and Monday in the with readings reaching the mid 90s inland Continued fair far cloudy mountains eastward through Widely scattered showers north Sunday night and mountains eastward A little cooler most sections Lows Sunday night mid 40s Panhandle to mid 60s extreme Highs Sunday near 70 panhandle to mid 90s along the Rio Grande in the Big Highs Monday lower 60s Panhandle to near 90 along the river in the Big Port OConnor to Brownsville Southeast winds 10 to 15 knots Sunday and Sunday Seas 3 to 5 Extended forecast North TexasA chance erf thun derstorms area wide on over the eastern and southern sec tions on Wednesday and over the eastern half of the area on Tuesday lows in the early morning generally in the 50s and highs in the upper 70s to lower Temperatures cooling a bit Wednesday and Thur sday with lows continuing generally in the 50s but highs staying only in the West TexasPartly cloudy and cool Tuesday and Wednesday with scattered Fair and a little wanner Highs 60s and 70s except 80s Big Lows 40s and South TexasMostly warm and humid through A chance of showers mainly north and central Lows from the upper 60s north to the mid 70s Highs from the lower 80s north to mid 90s swept the High the weather service flie forecast for late night and early naming cloudiness in North South fair sMes should prevail Sunday with isolated WEVE MOVED NEW LOCATION Rhoades Professional Typing Secretarial Service through Sunday with isolated Port Arthur to Port OConnor I eVtaoing thunderstorms possible in SxHitheast winds 10 to 15 toots Sunday I 1289 Common Vest Texas niaht Saac I West and Sunday Seas 3 feel 6290598 boost at the grassroots Gramms two statewide co chairmen Holly Decherd of Austin and Wales of Amarillo are already playing key roles in the Loeffler for Governor Decherd serves again as statewide while Madden is a member of the statewide finance The county campaign leaders from all areas come from all of the state from the Panhandle to El through North and Central Texas and into the Rio Grande up the Gulf Coast and into deep East Texas and represent communities large and Some of the county chairmen supporting Loeffler were Phil Gramm chairmen as early as 1976 the time of Gramms first statewide race and became Republicans when he switched in Others were lifelong Republicans who became local and statewide leaders for the Senator during Gramms successful 1984 And others are still Democrats and In Deaths Faerene Palmer Services for Faerene of will be at 3 Monday at Mission Park Funeral Chapel North in San Antonio with the Dewey Wells and Louis Vanatter Entombment will follow at Mission Burial Park North died 11 after an extended She was born May in Wood Survivors include her husband Keith Palmer of Bulverde daughters Caroly Hughes of San Viki of Crowley and Michele Emerson of Bulverde sisters Belle Warren of Sulphur Springs and Veva Lacher and Melba both of Houston brothers Dreabon and Olvis both of and Houston Copeland of Dallas and four Calendar of events New Braunfels City Council City Hall Council Comal County Commissioners Court 10 Comal County Comal County Landfill Board Comal County Guadalupe County Commissioners Court 10 Guadalupe County New Braunfels ISO New Braunfels High School Westend Neighborhood meeting to discuss bond issue Wed Holy Family Catholic Have a ROLLER SKATING PARTY Available for Birthday and Runtime Parties from for 10 including skate and Come join us 606 Zorn Next to Sevastopol Houst 3725 s Favorite Family Entertainment Center FOR PRIVATE Protection and pricing at its Both are found in Southwestern Lifes competitive term You get more protection for less money And if you think that sounds call your local Southwestern agent for Our rates will sound even Htnry Martin 352 Unda New Texas 7813Q 6252343   

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