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Burnet County Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 1, 1977, Burnet, Texas
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He was incarcerated in a cell with five other prisoners some charged with Dpi other charged with felonies. One of these inmates found Goble about 7 30 . Saturday in the adjoining bathroom hanging dead. It is not a policy in the Burnet jail to remove prisoners shoe laces or belts according to sheriff s Deputy Bill Abbott. Kincheloe said that once the autopsy results Are Complete which May be As Long As six wee Sand when All the Kin and officers can be assembled an inquest will be held to establish the circumstances of Goble s death. Funeral services for Goble were held monday at Edgar funeral Home in Burnet. He is survived by his parents or. And mrs. Louie Goble of Burnet grandparents or. And mrs. John Goble of Burnet mrs. Alice Grissom of Hayden Arizona a sister Sharon d. Myers of Winnie stepsisters Linda Steward of Midland Debra Foust and Mary Goble both of Burnet Stepbrother Leland Craig of Burnet and Leslie Craig of Midland. Bertram Council gives a vote of confidences to marshal by Miles Hawthorne Bertram a after hearing three hours of testimony closed to the Public the Bertram City Council returned to open session at 11 . Monday night and avid bulldog fans cheer their team on during Taylor scrimmage last weekend. The bulldogs moot the Lampasas badgers in the season opener tomorrow night. Unanimously passed a vote of Confidence for City marshal Zukie Bonne to. The meeting was prompted by charges levelled against Bonnett at the end of last week by Bill Lentz who alleged Bonnett had been driving 115 . In a 50 . Zone leaving the City limits of Bertram to answer Calls in other cities and outside the county and reckless driving. Mayor Ken Odiorne called the meeting to order at 8 . As spectators filled the meeting room in the old school building. After a Brief reference to water samples Odiorne said the Quot major Agenda item Quot a the Only other Agenda item a was the question of Law enforcement. With City attorney eve Smith acting As counsel Odiorne read the Law on Public meetings saying that matters of personnel could be considered in closed session and then asked for the names of those who would offer testimony either for or against Bonnett. After gathering seven names the Council moved into a closed session on the second floor of the school House. Guards were posted at the door As one witness at a time was called to testify. Among those who addressed the Council was Jume Craig attired in Blue jeans and a tank top with the legend Quot satisfaction is. A Craig reportedly accused Bonnett of conduct unbecoming to an officer. Also testifying were Lentz m r. Looney and Dickie Huggins All of whom have recently had Public complaints against Bonnett. Guy Ferguson the Bertram City judge and Justice of the peace also spoke to the doted session saying afterwards that he Felt Bonnett was a Young officer 25 years old who has made mistakes but is a Good officer nonetheless. Ferguson who spent Many years in Law enforcement said that of 201 complaints brought before him by Bonnett Only five have been dismissed. Gene Stratton and Clyde Pafford also offered testimony before the Council reconvened in open session end heard Fred Felan say the Council had Quot heard a lot of testimony Quot though Pons of it was sworn Quot and a Van of att of the testimony was True Quot Fem said Bon Nan waa at worst guilty of Quot mistakes in Felan then moved that the Council give Bonnett a Quot vote of the motion passed unanimous in it was also proposed that a committee be established to draw up guidelines for Bonnett end that ail further complaints against Bonnett be submitted in writing to the City Secretary. Dump truck rakes �?T77 Monte Carlo Marble Falls a Loose Bolt on the front Axle of a 12 Yard dump truck sent the heavy truck into the Side of a 1977 Monte Carlo monday afternoon the Accident occurred on Highway 281 just North of the intersection of pm 1431 shortly before 2 . The truck driven by Michael Isbell was coming alongside the Monte Carlo driven by mrs. Era v. Myers at both vehicles were school starts today for of students tuesday in Burnet Marble Falls students Start school today thursday while Burnet students await the first Day of classes next tuesday. September 6. The Burnet schools will Register All elementary students on Friday september 2 starting at 9 a in through 11 a in students should Register at the school they plan to attend kindergarten students those who will be five years old before september t 1977 will Register at 811 North Vanderveer Burnet elementary school and Bertram elementary at registration parents of children entering school for the first time should bring the child s birth certificate and immunization records showing immunization against pol diphtheria pertussis tetanus measles and rubella Only students new to the Burnet District need Register at the intermediate school on september 2, 1977. Or they May Register at any time before that seniors at Burnet High school Are invited to come to the nigh school at i 30 on thursday september 1st. Juniors Are invited to come at 9 am on Friday. September 2nd Sophomore at 11 a in on Friday and freshman at 2 on Friday afternoon. September 2 the purpose of these invitations is so that students May review their pre registration schedules and graduation requirements the first Day of classes will be tuesday. September 6th buses will make their regular runs at the regular times on that Day lunches will be served in All cafeterias on tuesday they will be 50c for elementary students and 60c for intermediate and High school students you can receive the bulletin twice a week Cal 756-6136 right now Wei in you later. Preparing to turn left into different drive ways. The flipping ext allowed the truck to Tymeck the left rear of mrs. Myera car. Tha truck bounced off hit the left front fender and raked the car All tha Way to the front with the rear Duel wheels according to investigating officer Den Robinson. No one was injured in the mishap which caused 61,000 or More damage to the Monte Carlo. New rib Hal gets Burnet Council action Burnet the City Council and representatives of the fire department Are scheduled to meet together tonight in a special Council matting at the Brown free Library to discuss plans for a new fire Hall. The 7 30 . Meeting will consider proposed Sites for the fire Hall various existing buildings having bean mentioned All Council meetings this month will be held in the meeting room of the Library while the Council Chambers Are remodeler. Other happenings at City Hail include the presence of auditors who Are making their annual scrutiny of tha City s accounts
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