New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 19, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 19, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 19, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 394 M053 EVERETT HOLLEY TEXAS INDUSTRIER 8100 CARPENTER FRWY TX World Gorbachev meet at summit See Page SA Water Watch Comal same Canyon inflow down 22 Canyon outflow down 426 Edwards Aquifer up Canyon Lake level down Local CISD could face funding losses See below Rangerettes beat Canyon in page 6A New Braunfels HI IJfflWBI New Texas Tuesday November 226 25 Cents 12 Pages Heart attack causes wreck A heart attack caused an 83tfear old New Braunfels to veer off the road in a onecar accident Monday New Braunfels police Police said that cardiac not the caused the mans According to police Roland Paul Heinen of 699 Lee was northbound in the 600 block of South Seguin Avenue when his 1981 Oldsmobile Cutlass veered off the road to the The accident occured at about The car hit a utility pole on the side of the but left no skid the report A witness said the man did not attempt to dodge Local man treated in shooting A 23yearold New Braunfels man has been released from McKenna Memorial Hospital after treatment for a gunshot wound to his Police Detective Juan Gusme said Rafael Solorio Moreno 6f 710 Nacogdoches 1 walked up to Colonial Manor Nursing Home and they found he had been The incident occurred about Saturday night in the 800 block of US I questioned him at the hospital and we believe the wound was but it is still under Gusme Gusme said who was shot with a small caliber suffered a flesh wound on his lower In other Gusme reported that and house burglaries are keeping detectives He asks that anybody that might have seen anything to give us a The burglaries are occurring at night and are happening all over Gusme We dont know if its locals or outof Anyone seeing any suspicious activities around cars or should anything in the said a police department Heinen was in full cardiac arrest when New Braunfels EMS arrived and efforts to revive him at McKenna Memorial Hospital Funeral services for Heinen will be held at 2 Wednesday at Doep penschmidt Funeral Burial will follow at Comal Cemetery with the Harold Zirkel The son of Emil and Norma nee Holekamp he was born in New A lifelong resident of the Heinen married Augusta Bouland on July in See Page 12A Squirrels cause power outages By DANA OVEMSTMEET Two squirrels gave utilities workers a run for their money Mon day by causing power outages in two parts of One outage affected about customers for only 20 while the other affected only one small sub but lasted almost three About Monday a squirrel tried to cross a hot one to the explained John New Braunfels Utilities electrical The squirrel probably was on a charged wire when he touched the ground wire and then became lodged between the Huck He didnt fall like they usually Huck said the incident occurred when utilities workers were coming in from their shift so there was plenty of manpower available to locate the It was a very minor problem once we found he Power was out along the Freiheit which includes Gruene Interstate Langtry See Page 12A Play with elay Dee Buck demonstrates the art of making pottery to first grade students of Lone Star Elementary The students got a LESLIE chance to make their own pots and have them fired in a See more page Israelis attack Syrian fighters TEL Israel AP Israeli warplanes flying a routine patrol over eastern Lebanon today shot down two Syrian MiG fighters that tried to intercept the Israeli military command The military command said the Israeli planes shot down the supersonic MiG23 jets with airtoair Lebanese military sources said they received a report from their Reyak air base in the Bekaa Valley confirming that the Sovietmade planes had been down In the Syrian capital of a Syrian military spokesman said the MiGs drove off two Israeli F15 fighters who violated Syrian airspace in the area of 40 miles north of He said the Israeli Eagle fighters withdrew towards the occupied territorieswithout achieving their He did not mention any Syrian It was the first time Israel downed Syrian warplanes since the summer of when 80 to 90 Syrian planes were felled in major air battles that followed Israels invasion of The Israeli military command said the Israeli planes returned safely to Israeli military sources who spoke on condition they not be identified said the Syrian planes fell inside The sources said the Syrian planes had been flying inside Lebanon close to the border when the battle They gave no location for the air One of the sources said Syrian planes normally fly parallel to Israeli planes on apparently to make sure the Israeli pilots dont cross the Normally the planes stay outside of what the source called contact He said he did not know why the Syrian pilots behaved differently The source said the Syrian planes apparently shifted direction to in tercept the Israeli and he in dicated that the Israeli pilots may have fired the first In aerial combat its a question of whoever draws the source Empty chairs CISD could lose money through absences Inside Staff writer Empty chairs in the classroom last month could end up costing Comal ISO less than in future state A total of absences were recorded in CISD classrooms from 7 through Abel CISD director of said that total represented 12 more absences over last years statistics for the same and could mean an eventual loss of about in state funding to the If you take the total number of absences for the fourweek period and multiply that times which is what It costs this district every day a student doesnt come to that equals Campos wed be that much ahead if we bad 100 percent atten But nobody bas 100 percent This is the second year state fun ding bas been based on student atten The state bas two accounting and school districts can choose from one of three options in reporting their attendance to the Campos gave a report on the 1985 fall accounting period 1 to CISD trustees Monday The second fourweek period has ten tatively been set for 17 to March The state gives us three We can take Octobers attendance figures and forget about or take February and forget about or we can take the best four of the total eight Either you have to decide Campos Were going to take the best four of and Im fairly certain thats what most districts will decide to he Last CISD took the best four of the total eight and wound up with an attendance percentage of Campos said that atten dance percentage has now dropped to percent based on October and could end up staying because fall attendance figures are traditionally higher than those in the spring for most school Campos called the percentage but certainly capable of Thats not to say our percentage of attendance is because it Ive certainly seen a lot he Campos was also quick to point Just because attendance is up or down doesnt mean CISD will get more or less The state also looks at property values compared to the statewide and takes into account our certified state he All these things enter into the funding Im guessing we wont know what our funding will be until next spring as the maybe July Campos But the state con tinues to pay the district as is until the funding adjustments are In other meeting Superinten dent Bill Brown aid CISD had closed on the property for the new Smithson Valley High School last See Page 12A Todays weather It will remain mostly cloudy today with a 20 percent chance of thunder showers through Expect colder temperatures late this after noon and Todays high should reach the low 80s before drop ping to an overnight low in the midto Yesterdays high was 80 and this mornings low was Sunset tonight will be at and sunrise Wednesday will be at CLASSIFIED 911A Trustees may OK new electrical rates DEAR Typhoid in Colombia Typhoid cases are already beginn ing to be reported in Colombia after last weeks deadly volcano health officials guards have been told to shoot looters in the area where a volcano eruption killed See Page By DEMIE DcLOACH Staff writer New Braunfels Utilities trustees could approve new electric based on as early as next Trustees got their second public peek at proposed costofservice based electric rates at a special Mon day night board Four hours Utilities Manager Bob Sohn said he planned to put a resolution sending the revised rates to City Council for consideration on the Utilities meeting agenda next Tues If on the agenda and the rates will go into an ordinance that must be passed by council and then read three times before the rates will go into The proposed rates presented Mon day night by Utilities consultant Jerry Thomas were similar to the boards first public peek at a 16 Thats when Thomas sug gested a redefinition of electric customer and corresponding rate designs based on what it cost the Utilities to serve each But Sohn said he was concerned about the individual impact on each customer class and the overall cost of the rate increase after the 16 To answer Sohns Thomas said the only way to minimize the impact was to have a net reduction in revenue re and he and the Utilities staff went to They reduced a proposed million electric transfer to other departments by A slowdown in hiring future Utilities employees was recommend and inventory growth was eliminated for the next three fiscal Revenue requirements for capital projects and capital equipment were each reduced by 25 resulting in a total million reduc tion from all of the combined cut One way to look at this is million was a direct result of lower fuel costs from LCRA Lower Col orado River Thomas while million was cost See Page ISA ;