Kerrville Mountain Sun in Kerrville, Texas 8 Mar 1980
Read an issue on 8 Mar 1980 in Kerrville, Texas and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Kerrville Mountain Sun.
We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 8 Mar 1980 Kerrville Mountain Sun in Kerrville, Texas. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.
Kerrville Mountain Sun (Newspaper) - March 08, 1980, Kerrville, Texas
Micro film Contor inc Bex Las Texas 7 15 saturday Harvester of happenings in the heart 0 the Hills saturday 15 vol 99 no 43 published every wednesday and saturday at Kerrville Texas 78028 March 8 1980 City Council too All trustee elections contested chargers galloping to the music of the Calliope is the attraction at Antler stadium this week at the Jaycees carnival the fun will last through sunday and the proceeds will go to the Jaycee scholarship fund the Thomas carnival is in Kerrville on a swing East from Elpaso Alpine and fort Stockton to their Winter head quarters in Austin photo by Jim building in City tops in february interest is High in non aying political jobs in the Hill country with contested elections in six school districts As Well As the Kerrville City Council Spike Bucks to be topic monday the controversy about killing Spike Bucks will surface again monday night when the Parks and wildlife department holds their Public hearing in Kerrville the meeting is to be held in the county court room at the court House at 7 proposed Hunting regulations will be discussed at this session and comments from landowners Are invited City there Are two candidates for place four Gary a Cissner and Tom Myers the incumbent Bill fair did not seek reelection incumbents Manly Cooper place five and h Lee Jennings place three Are unopposed Kerrville there Are five candidates for two places on the Kerr Ville school Board or Chamberlain and Curtis ferries Are seeking reelection and the other candidates arc Ted Burk Hart Charlie Doyle and mrs Frances Kaiser Ingram three candidates Are seeking election to two places on the Ingram school Board Richard Wright and Jake Stephens Are seeking reelection and Stephen Jenschke is the other candidate postpone seminar High interest rates were reflected in the building permits issued by the City of Kerrville during february there were three new Homes listed this year compared to nine last year the total for this february was compared to a year ago the permits issued last month included Sherman Hulett Resi Dence at 714 mockingbird Parker construction postpone hearing to change zone a fireworks display scheduled for thursday has been postponed for two weeks by the Kerrville planning and zoning commission on their Agenda this week was a request to change zoning in the Coro Nado drive area with property owners strongly opposed to a federally subsidized apartment project the property owners have retained Tom Pollard to represent them and he said they Are concerned with insuring that future buildings architecturally fit with the neighbourhood and do not lower property values among Homes that generally Are priced Over attorneys have requested a two week delay for the hearing the request vill be to rezone the area to residence at 407 Coronado Bob Keith residence at 125 Crestwood s c h r e i n e r c a m pus paving on Campus Sam Geyer storage and Bath at 1206 Jackson John w Wright remove Stone veneer and replace at 624 Earl Garrett Howard r Hall drive Way at 1117 Jefferson Horace e Smith remodelling at 120 Crescent the machine shop commercial in River Hills mall Jim Evertson remodel ing at 1026 Jackson Grant Patio 140 Village 5900 Walton Berge Patio at 1000 Linda Joy John v remodelling at 426 Ridge Ron Bradley Patio at 718 Irene 5100 Cornelius Way at 1125 Nancy Beth the seminar on National defense has been postponed until april 19 according to Harold m Branton chairman of the steering committee the featured speaker major general George Kenega Usan asked for a postponement he has been requested by the state drive authority in great Britain to be in attendance at a series of strategic intelligence dont cry Over spilt milk but there May have been a few tears shed Over this mishap which occurred Early wednesday morning on Highway 27 South of Kerrville a tractor trailer carrying supplies to Junction from san Antonio overturned after leaving the Road the Driver was uninjured it took Crews All Day to Transfer the cargo and clean up the spillage Austin Vaughan alcohol beverage control agent in Kerrville is wearing the White Stetson photo by Jim Brandon Forest buys own driveway at tax auction Sale one Man bought his own driveway As 19 tracts of and were sold by the Richard b Ferris Widen briefings in London for a in the courthouse driveway at 407 s Lewis Frank Walzer bathroom at 220 Pearl continued on Page 12 number of Days the seminar is being enlarge sponsored by both the american legion and vet Erans of foreign wars and will be held in the Kerrville municipal Steps tuesday morning the Sale was held by the Kerrville Independent school District and the City of Kerrville because property owners had not paid their taxes Bond Issue needed for City Street improvements i estimate the Popula Tion of Kerrville to be Between and for the greater Kerrville area including areas con Tingent to the City Between and said City manager Lou Odle when he spoke to the Kerrville rotary club wednesday Odle gave a Progress report on the City govern ment bringing the audience up to Date on the projects underway 1 would say that Drain age and Street improve ments Are our biggest problems and it vill re quire a Bond Issue to solve was his answer about Street repairs this vill be the first the first Bill you get during the hot months will definitely get your was another of his comments in his report Odle explained the City has 176 employees and a budget this year of about million on a Dollar basis the revenues Are 43 cents from taxes 43 cents from water and sewer 11 cents from general fund revenues such As fees and fines and three cents from Federal Revenue sharing Odle said that 30 per cent of the Revenue goes to pay off Bonds and debts 22 per cent goes to Public works 33 per cent to fires and police 18 per cent to utilities and engineering seven per cent to governmental services four per cent to originally 21 tracts were to be sold but Only 19 actually went to the Block and the taxing agencies received Over which was just about break even according to tax assessor collector Juanita Maples although 52 people had registered As buyers 14 of them actually made Pur chases the two tracts that did not sell were retained by the tax offices these Are a 12 foot strip on wheless Street behind some Homes and part of a Block in the Parsons addition the Man that purchased his own driveway was correcting an oversight in his deed the previous owners had refused to include it in his current deed among the buyers at the Sale were Mike and Reggie tuck Ignatz Schulak mrs Kaiser seeks spot on kids Board Center Point there Are seven Candi dates for two places on the Center Point Board of trustees Jones Harry l Vaughn Edward d Higgins Charles cold Well Gary d Hogan bar Field Park and mrs Verna Mae Crutchfield coldwell and mrs Crutchfield Are seeking reelection Hunt five candidates Are running for two places on the Hunt school Board and the incumbents did not seek reelection those filing were Hal Matheny Mccrmack Robert a Benson David Appleton and mrs Marty Jeffers Comfort there Are four Candi dates for two places on the Comfort school Board Wayne Flach Lloyd Murphy Earl Mckeithan and William Byerly Murphy is seeking re election Harper there Are nine Candi dates for four places on the Harper school Board including two former school superintendents Edwin m Bailey and j Marvin Williams Are seek ing election to the single one year term there Are three three year terms and these candidates include Hank Huser Charles Dykstra e Dean Hopf Harry f Wilke Ben a Terry James h Colwell and Billy Roeder Absentee Absentee voting in All of these elections will be held from March 17 through april 1 with the elections on saturday april 5 Chili classic to Benefit soccer play summer that our High water single or two family rather pcs in Elfeel and 1 Golf and six per cent to the than the present Multi encourage you to conserve Library family classification disaster specialist Joe Santos of the National red Cross South Texas District addressed the Kerr county disaster committee thursday at the but Holdsworth Library on the need for a standing committee Santos was in charge of the red Cross Effort in Center Point during the March 76 Tornado and in Kerrville in the after math of the August 78 flood he is coordinating a disaster plan for the Kerr county area photo by Jim mrs Frances Kaiser has authorized the Kerrville Mountain Sun to announce her candidacy for trustee for the Kerrville Independent school District she and her husband april 5 to Benefit Richard have three chum he country soccer Dren Bart a 1979 Tivy association according to Austin Vaughan Homero graduate and now enrolled and Petra Calderon t at Texas a and 1 Brett a senior and Karla a fresh Folger Man at Tivy High school the vill go to the Evelina mrs Kaiser is a lifetime soccer group to lower the j resident of the Hill pm ranch fees so that More country Young people May take part now employed As a Legal in the fas growing sport Secretary she has been plans Call for employed by the Kerrville the Evem o by acid in Lions thank you Independent school District Louise flys Parr and in various Levels of Educ chefs can get started Beck Gipson and de Martin Sorell Richards Robert l and Williamson Dan land Grebe Frank Alcorta Raul h Hernandez and heart of the Hills Lions club firs annual Hill country Chili classic will Hoffman who dream cd up the project Hoffman explained that the Hunting ram Lions club held its annual Chili supper on the regular meeting night March 3rd at the Hill country arts foundation Tion As a teachers Aid Secretary and bus Driver she feels with her experience in education gives her a special insight continued on Page 12 Early As 8 deadline for entering will be and the Chili will be judged at there will be trophies for continued on Page 12
Search the Kerrville Mountain Sun Today
with a Free Trial
We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research.
With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.
Looking for more information? If you’re not ready to talk to a representative, here are some frequently asked questions to help you determine if institutional access to Newspaper Archive is for you and your institution.
Why are newspaper sites important?
Newspapers allow readers to step into the life and times of past decades and centuries from all over the world. Not only do they have interesting and unique articles and photos, but they also have advertisements, comics, classifieds, and more.
What is the best way to search newspaper archives?
The NewspaperArchive collection can be searched several different ways - advanced search, browse, and publications. The advanced search offers filters to narrow your search for more precise results.
Why should I get a NewspaperArchive subscription?
NewspaperArchive’s collection of newspapers boasts more than 85% unique content compared to other newspaper sites. In addition to big city newspapers, we have a wide variety of newspapers from small towns that hold a wealth of information about day-to-day life. Our collection dates back to 1607!