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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 31, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                co Texas Doctors head list of wellpaid people Smithson Valley pageS See below World Libya linked to airport attacks See Local New Braunfels set for Sesquicentennial bash See Page 2 New Braunfels HeraldZcituno Htw 254 Tuesday December 25 Cents 12 Pages 2 men in county jail on robbery charge IjtSMMOUKE Staff Two San Antonio men charged with robbing a Jocal man at gunpoint last week remained in custody today in i the Comal County Juan Gregorio and Bias were each placed nder bond by Justice of the n Peace Harold are charged with aggravated armed and were arrested late Saturday night at a West Side bar in San Comal County Sheriffs Rudy Rubio said the arrests from a joint effort by Investigator Kermit Kroesche and the San An tonio Police Departments Repeat Offenders The charges against the two San Antonio men stemmed from a 23 incident involving a late night break in at 18423 Stony The Tony was threatened with a and robb ed of and a In other police two men were arrested for the Friday night ag gravated robbery of the Corner at 2790 US 81 Marin Alviso Zamarripa and Lu ciano Aztec Castilleja remain in the Comal County jail after being charg ed with robbery of the Corner The men allegedly used an approx imately 4inch long knife and took beer from the west side Police are still looking for an man who robbed Lucas at 151 In terstate 35 Friday The suspect allegedly used a caliber revolver to take from the attendants The suspect also took firearms valued at along with an undeter mined amount of New Braunfels police handled two assault reports over the One man allegedly was assaulted after 5 Friday at the 135 West frontage road and Rueckle The offender allegedly pointed a caliber pistol at the man and threatened to kill A 16yearold student reportedly was assaulted on Becker Street Fri day The victim reportedly was choked and dragged by her Texas roads claim 4 lives TNI UMOIITUPRISl At least four people had died by to day on Texas roads and highways as state officials predicted 17 traffic fatalities by the the New Years The victims Included a Texas Christian University football One hour after the Department of Public Safety began its official death count at 6 two men were killed in a twocar headon colli Stephen of died when his car crossed the center stripe of Texas Highway col liding with a second said David DPS The driver offflii second Teti nlson of Ore also was killed in the which oc curred four miles west of At a 17year old girl was struck and killed by a van while standing on 377 in Halton Gena Carol Tldwell of North Richland Hills died in the acci Keith was WllWwUeii his car went oft County Road 427 and overturned Loosier was thrown from his Militia official survives attempt Lebanon AP A senior Christian militia official who helped negotiate an agreement designed to end Lebanons 10year old civil war survived an assassina tion attempt in Christian east Beirut the militia command A statement from the Lebanese Forces Christian militia said am bushers fired grenades at Assad Shaftaris motor cade on Beiruts northern edge at 10 Two rocketpropelled grenades slammed into the rear of his kill Ing one of Shaftaris bodyguards and wounding but he survived the statement Other guards in the motorcade engaged the ambushers in a and an undetermined number of the attackers were the statement Leaders of the Lebanese Druse and Shiite Moslem militias signed an agreement in on Saturday that they said will end the civil war that began in Their agreement called for a ceasefire to go into effect in the Beirut area and in Lebanons central mountains at dawn Pound and round Joseph Jan Kauskas crawls onto the merrygo round in Landa Park as his father and Krista Holder Weather during the LESLIE weekend was warm enough to encourage families to visit the Nationwide protest focuses on drunken driving during holidays TNI MSMUTEI MESS A New Hampshire television com merical portrays a grandmother knitting booties while a voice tells viewers the booties wont be The child was killed in a crash caus ed by a drunken It is a harsh one of many reminders for tonights holiday and part of a nationwide New Years Eve crackdown on drunken Free cab and bus additional police patrols and programs to en courage a driver In a group to stay sober all are part of an effort to avoid traffic fatalities In billboards placed by Mothers Against Drunk Drivers went up Monday showing six people carry ing a The billboard You should have called for a lift Free rides for people who drink too much are available in many including where nearly 200 people have called for ser vice since Free cab service is also available in Little Pittsburgh Kansas City and a number of Indiana Colorado state police have 55 patrol teams in 32 counties and plan 10 sobriety roadblocks for random checks for New Mexico Mid Indiana state police will add extra patrols between 6 and 5 In troopers who normally handle licens ing and inspections join patrols in a New Years Sobriety checkpoints mainly serve as a said California Highway Patrol Officer Steve We dont expect to arrest a great number of he The primary impact is the amount of publicity we are generating will FT make people think twice before driv ing under the Jan Bledsoe of the Indiana Gover nors Task Force Against Drunk Driving We have a public awareness program called Keys to emphasizing host hostess There is more to being a good host than just throw ing a good New Years Eve always produces many firsttime said Guy Benningfield in We get little old We get a lot of middleaged and older people whove never been arrested in their he In employees of the Aluminum Company of America received disposable breath testers and vouchers for cab Steel employees were given designated driver buttons showing a cocktail glass behind a Ghost Bustersstyle See Page 12 scientists get top salaries in state Inside CLASSIFIED 911 COMICS 89 CROSSWORD City gets reduced fire insurance rates DEAR ABBY AUSTIN AP scientists and administrators of the states largest universities not politicians are paid the highest State a survey of state pay Close behind are a handful of col lege football led by Texas AIM Universitys Jackie whose annual salary of plus meals and two cars tops Whites SherrilJs actual income is more than double that when fringe benefits are making Win probably the highestpaid employee of a state agency in Delta Horn reported Of the states lOO highestpaid 95 are on the acuities of state medical schools and hospitals in Dallas and Fort the survey The salary comparisons complied fef fee Nfwt were drawn from the Act by the individual Charles a world renowned expert on the treatment of cancer and chief of surgery at the University of Texas System Cancer Center in tops the faculty college administrator list with a salary of James H Red Duke a renowned trauma is second ft a He is a professor of surgery at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Only i portion of Batchs and Dukes like those of other higherpaid medical school faculty members and comes from state tax Their state salaries in case are supplemented by private donations and income from their pa Texas Higher Education Commis sioner Kenneth Asbwortb is the highestpaid stale employee not af filiated with a state college QJT medical school salary is heavily mfjuaunted by federal State Educate William Kirhjr to a Four univerary and athletic directors than a year SberrW University of Houston football BUI UnivMMy of Tex as Athletic Director and Texn MtfMI coach Fred Their salaries primarily with earnings from tptjts The size of tfete salaries doesnt sit well of state employees and tMWr represen That bothers W Jim director 4V fcexas State Employees fot people caring for the and men tally retarded lift working shortshifted and asked to HOROSCOPE OPINIONS SPORTS WEATHER 2 Todays Weather New Years Eve day will be mostly sunny and with a high near 70 and northerly winds at 15 Tonight should be fair and cooler with a low in the lower 40s and north winds at 5 to 10 New Years Day will be and mild with a low in the low 60s and variable Yesterdays high was 70 and this mornings low was Sunset tonight will be at and sunrise tomorrow will be at Texas A4M linebacker Johnny Holland says a victory in the Cotton Bowl could give the Aggies a spr ingboard to the champion shJp If tWf Staff writer The State Board of Insurance has lowered the key fire insurance rate for the City of New Braunfels to 14 cents per based on its first inspection here in five The citys old key rate was 17 cents per The new rate will become effective on Fire Chief Jack Wilson said the states unannounced inspection came last He credited the lowered rate to a joint effort between the City of New its fire department and the New Braunfels Utilities is about 50 percent of They look at how the system is kept the size of fire the number of elevated tanks and pumping sta for Wilson On our they take into account the number of how many the condition of our what kind of training we how our records are Were required to have so many pumpers per and were obviously in good shape But its one of those things you have to keep up with and stay ahead he Were also penalized if we dont report a or if our equipment isnt properly Wilson The inspection even gets down to how many sections of fire hoses we so you can see the revised rate involved a number of The inspector tested every truck Ive and found everything in tip top He was extremely so we must be doing something The citys building department also gets into the Wilson As part of his the inspector determines if the city has an electric how inspections are and if building codes are being Another factor in the inspection in cludes the citys fire They average it out over the last five The lower the loss the bet Page li   

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