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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 27, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas z * Bl ■■ I !*w.. Im -WK Olympic torchbearer Tinsley Ellis qets applause from Chamber bluecoat! Rogers wins Besserung award Basketball Scores Baylor 65, Rice 56    st. John's 66, Georgetown 65 TCL) 53, Texas 45    Dayton 65, DePaul 64 Texas Tech 64, SMU 63 Honor takes councilman by surprise The Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce honored City Councilman and Smithson Valley High School Principal Joe Rogers with its Besserung Award Friday night. No one was more surprised than Rogers, who had joked earlier that he thought it was about time he got the award. “Boy, that caught me off guard,” he told the audience when he accepted the award. “I’m so glad my mother’s here tonight. She asked me for $9 and I wouldn’t lend it to her,” he joked in reference to the price of the banquet ticket. “It’s great to be here. Thank you very much,” he told the audience. Rogers was honored for his contribution to the youth, arts and political arena in the community. The Besserung is the Chamber's highest award. About 800 persons attended the annual chamber banquet Friday night at the Civic Center. The award came at tile end of the banquet program, the “Chamber Olympics.” The banquet also included highlights from the chamber's activities in 1984 O.A. “Skip” Stratemann Jr., John Poster, Robert Orr and Tom Bluntzer were honored with life membership in the chamber for their work with the Blue Coats. Immediate past president Robert Orr reflected on his year as president in 1984. “I can tell you that the view going out is different from the view going in,” Orr said. He thanked chamber members for their support and work through the year. “The organization will go on, it will continue to prosper in spite of See CHAMBER, Page 12A 410    M053    10/22/65    301 MICROWLEX INC. NITCH WONBL f P.O. BOX 45436 DALLAS, TX 752AS GNBCC NETWORK Joe Rogers gets a hand from co host Steve Taylor after winning tho Besserung Arms talks due in March WASHINGTON I AP) The United Stales and the Soviet Union an flounced Saturday that a new round of negotiations on nuclear and space arms will la-gin in Geneva, Sui! rerland, on March 12. ending a ll month suspension of arms control talks President Reagan said hi' hopes for an arms control agreement during Ins second term hut cannot guarantee it “because I know how long some negotiations have taken “ Simultaneous announcements by the White House and the Kremlin said the Soviet negotiating team w ill Im* headed by V I* Karpov, a 55 year old career diplomat who also headed tile Soviet delegation at the previous round of talks aimed at curbing long range nuclear missiles Those talks broke down in the Swiss city in late 198.1 The talks will ( over long range bombers, missiles and submarines, intermediate range missiles deployed in Europe, and spaced* based defense measures, including Reagans Strategic Defense Initiative, known as "Star Wars “ The principal U S goal is a sharp reduction in offensive weapons The Soviets, who walked out of the talks in late 19(1, arr aiming to Mock U S moves ta create the star Wars defense against missiles, arguing it would spark the' militarization of outer spare Also on the Soviet team will t*c Vuri A Kvitstnsky. the chief Soviet negotiator far medium range missiles in Hie previous talks and one of the architects of a tentative accord which failed lo reach fruition The other Soviet negotiator will Im-Alexei A Obukhov, dcput\ • hief of the US desk at the Soviet foreign ministry, who also took part in the previous long range missile negotiations See TALKS. Page 12A SA woman's body found at lake My OI HMR OatOACH Staff writer Two fishermen discovered th** laxly of a San Antonio woman floating face (town in Canyon I .ake lair Satin day after noon Martha levnc. Davis, 12, of Sari Antonio was pronounced dead try Precinct 3 Peace Justice Fred Stewart, who has also ordered an autopsy Dale and Modo Miller were fishing when they discovered the lindy arni then notified the C omal County Sheriffs office at I tfl pm Saturday A spokeswoman for the Sheriffs Office said Davis was found far* down iii Hie water about nix to eight feet from Rte hanks of f omal Park Her tasty was fully r lathed and showed un ridder* e of a struggle.” the spokeswoman inkier! Just hours before her Ixwlv was found. Davis was reported missing by bet family to its' Man Antonio Pain e Department Missing Persons .Section A spokeswoman there said Davis hart last left tier house bv i’m at it arn Friday Her family reported tier missing at 2 ti pm Saturday Her remains were later taken to I toe 1 »pcii a bund! I liner al Mottle I lie autopsy will he performed at Travis County Mcdit al Examiner’* (rffi*« Meanwhile, authorities are still trying to soil out the recent disappearances of two men in the Canyon larke area Hee MOOY, Page |?4 , t--- Civic Center 5.30 tonight Dinner with the arts New Braunfels Hww Bl SHIV I VIS# I BUBB Sunday January 27, 1985 SO Cont* 66 Pages - 6 Snrtions NB, Canyon atop district Rangers win at buzzer —Details in SportsOrdinances top heavy City Council agenda After a 6:30 p m executive .session to discuss legal matters, City Council Monday night will settle into a night full of ordinances at 7:30 Four public hearings on proposed re-zonmgs will begin the night, with the first being for a proposed subdivision on 29 acres off Alves I-ane. Developers W St H Consolidates originally asked for a change from B-1 (conventional and mobile home) to R-l (single-family) and C-l (local business). However, the Planning and Zoning Commission agreed Jan. 8 to K-l for the entire subdivision The second public hearing will be on the re-zoning of 1064 Texas 46 South from R-2 (single family and two family) to C-3 (commercial I .and owner Vera Calkers (dans to sell the land for a veterinary clinic Also planned is a hearing on the zoning of the remaining land in Oak Run subdivision about 114 acres which was recently annexed into the city limits, and a hearing on the proposed zoning of annexation area J, east of PM 306. Most of the 374 acres in the industrial area ai*-recommended for M*2 heavy industrial) the area between the northwest boundary of the Coleman Company property eastward to HI SU The property on the north side rd that boundary lias a suggestion of M I dight industrial) loiter in the meeting. Council Atli conduct th* first reading of the re zoning ordinal* es for th* four public hearing items Council also will read, for th* first time, an ordinance banning glass containers mall river no .uh th•* dy limits Til* current ordinance sets up signs only along ti*- parts of rivers r uniting through cit v parks An ordinance creating a River* Conservation and Pi enervation Committee also 1. on Mnndav’x agenda A temporary committee suggested Rn formation of a feu manerit group to oversee matters 1 oncoming the I iver * Council 1. * nnsid* ring appointing a nine-member commit!** to consist of resort owners, private landowners, Space race Commissioners study plans for new annex By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writ ar Architect Christopher DuStephono submitted another drawing of the space allocation m the proposed Courthouse Annex and Courthouse during Thurday’s commissioner court meeting. This drawing reflects feedback from commissioners and heads of departments DiStephano received on his last drawing, and will be amended several more times before the plans are fixed. The district attorney ’s office would increase almost fourfold, from 1,185 square feet to 4,340 square feet when it moves to the annex, according to this drawn*. The dramatic increase was noticed by commissioner Bill George, and questioned One commissioner pointed out that originally the district attorney’s office was drawn in as the entire third floor of the annex. An earlier drawing also had the grand jury room inside the district attorney’s complex of offices But after removing other chunks from his piece of the pie, the architect said the quarters were too cramped for the grand jury    room    in there. DLStephano drew it in across the hall That’s good. I think it smacks of too much control of the grand jury by the D.A when it was part of his office,” County Judge Fred Clark commented George still felt the office wa* too large, even after Clark explained that in the near future District At torney Hill Sc brooder would probably be adding an investigator .md another assistant district attorney When a problem arose in discussing the space given to the county attorney. Clark suggested putting him in part of the district attorney’s allocated space County Attorney Bill Renner was placed in the Courthouse s second floor along with the county court-at-law courtroom, clerk’s office and judge's chamber The floor spare showed 760 vjare feet rn the current chawing, compared to the 580 he occ upies on the third floor of the courthouse norn. This gives very little room for growth. Who knows? Or*- day we may have a criminal district attorney in Comal County , and it would be a lot Hee ANNKX. >’»«* UA and river outfitters Another first reading of an or dinance will come on the proposed zoning of a 9-acre tract of land southwest of the Inter section of Loop 117 and Texas Developer John Thor na J want* the property zoned ( I and th*- Clanning and Zoning ( mn mission lias placed atiout IS special condition* on that re zoning agreement (our* ii will read an emergency ordinary e * ailing an el*-* lira) April 6 to choose one coma ii member from nside easier then to make the transition if the two offices are already in (bere proximity rattier titan in two -iepa rate buildings I want to make this perfectly tic,ar, I am not advocating that change I’m only saving in the future a consolidation may happen,” Clark said. H** also said ttie offices tieing closer together would make it easier for the two attorneys to consult on cates. The commissioners ako took the justice of precinct I s proposed separate office on the third floor out of th*- drawing and put the justice of the peace inside the j p clerks office with a separate office Commissioner J I. (Jumbo) Evans asked InMephano if he was Water Watch fiistrict I and on* from District 4 Terms arc expiring for conn cibnefnbers Joe Rogers urn! '*a Stratemann Jr Council will read, for the se* nod time. an ordinance rezoning Mm and I 279 acres in the | <00 and HXM) Mocha of IM 725 to ( J Ma! business* an*! (I (commercial* Also planned is (br se* owl reading *.f an ordimmc* re zoning part of (»ak Run subdivision to zero 1*4 Im* ara! ( 3, Heel tty Page 12A A First The New Braunfels girls won their first game in District ll 4A play Friday night, whipping lock tm ct $$-M Sports Pap* 7A GermWv#r y ... 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