New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 22, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 22, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 22, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 410 4 Local Scientist to discuss Shroud of Turin See Page 6A Watch Cohnal same Canyon up 5 Canyon outflow down 101 Edwards same Canyon Lake level down 1 Local New Braunfels SRO ready to go See Page IB Iraunf canyon in page 7B New Braunfels Herald Ntw Texas Friday November 25 Cents 22 Pages2 Sections Austin woman dies in car rollover A 20yearold Austin woman died night after her 1981 CMC pickup rolled over on Interstate 35 in Julia Wells Hill was pronounced dead at McKenna Memorial Hospital by Justice of the Peace Harold According to Department of Public Safety Trooper Mike Hill was northbound on the interstate about six miles south of FM 1103 when her truck began to skid to the side of the The truck rolled over in the median and who was not wearing a was thrown from the vehi A passenger was not Injured in the onevehicle which occurred A DPS spokeswoman said today that excessive speed was not a factor in the On hold Commissioners delay vote on constables request LILLIAN THOMAS Staff wriUr County commissioners made no decision on the budget for deputy constables but the room was packed with constables and their supporters to hear the During budget commis sioners decided to eliminate the deputy constable pay and reimburse ment for gas or use of a county vehi while they gave constables most of the pay increase they had asked Next year constables will be mak ing per month instead of if the 1986 budget is adopted as They had asked for Commissioner Monroe presided over the meeting in County Judge Fred Clarks said that the issue was too important to take a vote on The constables attorney John Chunn and individuals spoke on the deputy constables but com missioners made few comments and asked no Chunn told commissioners that constables were separate law en forcement officers given particular constitutional Law enforcement is probably never cost ef but you have to try to get the biggest bang for the Jacobs We wish the commissioners seriously rethink their position on no longer providing used equipment for cutting off all compensa tion and reimhursment for their ex Chunn The cars that Kieslings deputies were given were old sheriff depart ment Danny Scheels deputy got his old patrol and Fidel Tamez wanted his deputy to get also his old patrol according to previous commissioners court The radar units on all constables and deputy constables vehicles are old Department of Public Safety radars that the county Kiesling said in a recent The constables and their deputies complement the sheriff By being more they are also good deterrents of former New Braunfels Mayor Skip Clyde a former sheriffs also spoke on the deputy con stables Law enforcement is probably never cost but you have to try to get the biggest bang for the Jacobs We are for tunate in Coma COunty to have four professional peace officers as con and their deputies were chosen Jacobs pointed out the sheriffs department could not have the manpower to because of the the con stables andor their deputies were available during peak David a resident of River Road brought up the growth of the county and the need for the constables to fill the gap between what the county could afford in law enforcement and what the county Seems like we are going backwards instead of increasing these you want to decrease Thompson In See Page 10A Inside CLASSIFIED 411B COMICS 2B CROSSWORD 3B GBRA chooses site for water treatment DEAR ABBY 3B DEATHS 2A ENTERTAINMENT 1B HOROSCOPE 3B OPINIONS 4A RELIGIOUS FOCUS 56A SPORTS 78A STOCKS 10A WEATHER t 2A Todays weatfier There will be fog and driz zle during the night and in the morn with partly cloudy afternoons through SARAH RUKE Staff writer SEGUIN The GuadalupeBlanco River Authority announced Thurs day that it has chosen a site for a water treatment plant which will pro vide drinking water to a large portion of Guadalupe The Clear Springs Water Treat ment Plant will be located on the west side of the Guadalupe River upstream of the Lake Dunlap Wastewater Treatment Plant and upstream of the dam on Lake GBRA plans to begin con struction next Greg GBRAs chief said the river authority is looking at a 20acre site near He said negotia tions have begun with landowners to purchase the David director of planning and said the authority is completing a study to determine the water treatment The Guadalupe is a very clean more so than many others in Rothe He added that the treatment process willl be relatively simple because there are no unusual substances in the See Page 10A Knox honored for service More than 300 guests attended an appreciation dinner Thursday night in honor of Elliot a long standing civic leader who has given 50 years of service to New Speakers included John Joe Kilgore and New Braunfels Mayor Barbara As remembrances of the Knox received a silver bowl as the first recipient of a service award from the Braunfels Foundation a plaque from the Boy Scouts presented by Jesse and a svaphook of his many civic in He also received a resolution from the Comal ISO trustees thanking him Looking up LESLIE KRiEWALDT HERALD ZElTUNG Children from the school at First Protestant watch the New Braunfels Utilities crew put up Christmas decorations on the Kate hits Florida PORT AP downgraded from a hurricane to a tropical storm left more than people without electricity and Floridas panhandle a maze of flood ed toppled trees and roofless Ninety percent of the state was blacked out after Kate barreled ashore forc ing more than people to evacuate and spinning at least eight tornadoes across the panhandle and southern The twisters and high wind ripped the roofs off buildings in the Panama City area and toppled Apalachicolas water tore down trees and knocked down power lines in Port Mexico Beach and Up to homes and businesses were without power Thursday from Panama City west to Apalachicola Gulf Power Co Eight Florida Power substations were knocked out and 90 percent of a city of about was blacked out early said Joy a spokeswoman for the state Division of Emergency Two people drowned when their fishing boat capsized in Kates high one man was electrocuted when he stepped on a utility line and an 81 yearoid woman died of a heart at tack after being The llth named storm of the 1985 Atlantic hurricane Kate was blamed for up to 10 deaths and grave destruction to crops and property in Streets were flooded by heavy rainfall or blocked by fallen trees and coastal which had taken a beating from previous hur ricanes Elena and were crumbling into the Gulf of Mexico in several areas Whitecaps were reported on flood ed 98 in Apalachicola as the tide rose Thursday Emergency officials warned evacuees to remain in shelters for the night Kates 20milewide eye hit land between Panama City and Apalachicola with maximum sus tained winds of 85 mph and gusts higher than 100 Early Kates center was near latitude longitude about loo miles west of The storm was mov ing eastnortheast about 20 mph and was expected to emerge over the GeorgiaSouth Carolina coast by Its peak winds were near 55 mph with stronger gusts in squalls and forecasters said little change was expected in either its speed or See Page 10A Appraisal district set for new 2year term FRANCES BRIDGES HtRAUDZEITUNG Elliot Knox receives a scrapbook from Tom Burrus RAMA QVERSTREET SUH The votes are in and three of the five members of Coma Countys Central Appraisal District board of directors will return for another two One of the newly elected members is back on the board after a twoyear absence and the other newcomer will serve her first term on the Earlier this five of the six governmental bodies in the appraisal district cast their votes for board Cornal County Clerk Rosie Bosenbury tallied the votes and today released the results Charles currently the boards received votes George also on the received votes and David board received votes New Braunfels ISD Tax Assessor Collector Glynn who was on the board until two years got votes Gloria county tax received votes to elect her to her first term on the board Esther Boarnet and Arnold Moos Sr declined to run again A total of votes are divided among the six governmental entities according to the total tax levy for each body The city of New Braunfels cast all votes to while Comal County cast all votes to Clen nan and the city of Garden Ridge gave its 15 votes to Comal which has the largest vote total at cast votes to to and 287 to New Braunfels with gave votes to Goff and votes to The city of which has half a did not cast any ballots this Officers are elected by the board each Lewis has been chairman for two The next appraisal district board meeting will be ;