New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 26, 1985, Page 14

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March 26, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 26, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Deaths New Braunfels Herald Zeitung ★ CISD_ Continued from Page I a baseball field and a football stadium. Lehmann said he would like to see more “realistic figures reflecting the renovation at Canyon Middle School versus new property and utility costs, figures for a kitchen at Bulverde Primary, and figures for the SVHS campus with (science) labs and the entire thing to match the other highschool." McChesney said he would have those costs by next Monday’s workshop, set for 7:30 p.m. at Frazier Elementary. Brown’s presentation showed these preliminary cost estimates per campus: a new Smithson Valley High School, $7,700,000; Smithson Valley Middle School, $943,000; Mountain Valley Elementary, $485,000; Bulverde Elementary (grades 4, 5 and 6), $765,000; Bulverde Primary (early childhood, kindergarten, I and 2), $245,000. Also, Canyon High School, $3,093,000; Canyon Middle School, $1,516,000; Goodwin Primary, $455,000; Comal Elementary, $754,000; and Frazier Elementary, $310,000. Roof repairs were also added in at $165,000, and asphalt district-wide was estimated at $550.01*0, for the total $16,981,000. However, when the bond issue goes before the voters, Board President Leroy Goodson said he would favor ★Wreck Continued from Page I juries. Both men are 29 years old and live at Route I. Box 78, New Braunfels. King said the car was southbound on Hunter Road when it failed to successfully negotiate a left turn. “He ran off the road to the right, lost control in the grass, and slid back onto the roadway into a ditch on the other side. The driver was partially ejected, and the car rolled over on top of him,” the trooper said. None of the car’s occupants were wearing seat belts at the time of the accident. The trooper also said there was no excessive speed involved in failing to negotiate the turn. “The speed was less than 55 miles per hour based on our skid tests and statements by the two passengers,’’ King said. “They stated Hamel veered off the road to the right, jerked the car back to the left and lost control.” ★ Dogs the major work at each campus be put in the bond package as a whole. “It’s all important. If we start to piecemeal this thing, we’re going to have problems," he added. Whether the district should renovate Canyon Middle School or sell the property and build on cheaper land also got its share of discussion. “There’s an investment there now of $2.9 million, whereas a new campus would cost $3.5 million,” McChesney said. “So there’s a $584,000 difference between the old anda new campus.” He added that difference would shrink if the 7 acres behind the existing CMS, plus the 8.5 acres on which the building stands, were also sold. But getting utilities to a new campus site, even though the land might be cheaper, McChesney said, “is one of the good reasons for holding onto the land and building where you're at. If you renovate, there’s going to be some extensive disruption.” If a $17 million bond issue were passed, Brown said the taxable value of a $70,000 home would go up from $309.69 to $394, while taxes on a $100,000 home would increase from $460.35 to $385.25. The taxable value on a $150,000 home would go up from $711.45 to $904.48, or an increase of $193.03.Curtis H. Lyons Arrangements are pending at Doeppenschinidt Funeral Home for Curtis H. Lyons of 250 E. South St. died Monday, March 25, at the Oak Crest Inn Convalescent Center.Clara S. Goslin Clara S. Goslin of 627 I,akeview Apt. 409 was buried in Comal Cemetery today, following funeral services at Doeppenschinidt Funeral Home at 2 p.m. She died at 12:15 a.m. Monday, March 25, at McKenna Memorial Hospital at tile age of 69. The daughter of Gustav and Helen Kettler Schulz, she was bom on July 15, 1915 in Pueblo, Colo. In 1936 at Brackettville, Tex., she married Frank A. Goslin, who died in February of 1977. She lived in New Braunfels since 1961, and retired from the Eden Home for the Aged as a ward clerk and nurse. She was also a member of the Church of Christ. She is survived by her sister, Alice Waldie of San Antonio; brothers, Harold Schulz of Kerrville, and Arthur E. Schulz of Highland, Calif.; two grandchildren, and 9 greatgrandchildren. She was also preceded in death by her daughter, Betty Tanner. Memorials may be given to the American Cancer Society or the Eden Home.George A. Baumann Services for George A. Baumann of 682 Lockner were set to 2:30 today at the Community United Church of Christ. The Rev. Tom Ward was to officiate, with burial to follow in the Converse Hermann Sons Cemetery. Baumann, 69, died at 5:25 a m. Monday, March 25, at McKenna Memorial Hospital. Born on Dec. 14, 1915 in Converse, he was the son of Fritz and Leonie Brehm Baumann. He married Johanna Vordenbaum Baumann on Feb. 12,1937 in Schertz. He was a resident of New Braunfels for ll years, and worked in civil service. He was a member of the Community United Church of Christ, the New Braunfels Hermann Sons Lodge No. I, and the Highlands Social Bowling Club. He was also a life member of the Mission Valley Bowling Club. He is survived by his wife. Johanna L. Baumann of New Braunfels; daughters, Diane Toussaint and Judy Van Hooser, both of Austin; sister, Mrs. Alice Wahl; and brother, Adolph Baumann, both of San Antonio; five grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the Community United Church of Christ Scholarship Fund or the American Heart Association.Ramon Garcia Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church for Ramon Garcia of 1289 W. Bridge. Burial will be in Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery, and a rosary will be recited at 7:30 tonight at Zoeller Funeral Home. Garcia, 64, died at 10:31 a m. Monday, March 25, at McKenna Memorial Hospital. He was born on Jan. 24, 1921 in New Braunfels to Felix and Santos Guerra Garcia. On July 26, 1952, he married Aurora Torres Garcia in New Braunfels. As a lifetime resident, Garcia was a cabinet maker and a World War II veteran. He was also a member of the Holy Family Catholic Church. Survivors include his wife, Aurora Garcia of New Braunfels; daughter, Elva Escobedo of San Antonio; sister, Maria del Rosario Aguirre; and brother, Roman Garcia, both of New Braunfels; and two grandchildren. Suspects sought in hit-and-run New Braunfels Police detectives today expect to arrest a 17-year-old man for allegedly striking another 17-year-old with his car and running over the foot of another man. Lt. Felix Roque, head of the criminal invesigation division, said Johnny Martinez and at least three others were being followed by a car and a pickup truck about 9:20 Sunday night. “They got tired of being followed and pulled over into the parking lot of a business in the 1400 block of West San Antonio," Roque said. Three of the men, including Martinez, got out of their car and headed toward the street to confront the drivers of the cars following them. The driver of the second car “struck the victim and ran over the foot of another party," Roque said. Both the car and the truck immediately left the scene. A warrant was issued Monday for the arrest of the 17-year-old driver of the second car. He will be charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon — a third degree felony. Martinez was dismissed Monday evening after observation Continued from Page I jury to argue the constitutionality of the ordinance," Reimer said. “By having the trial, the judge ruled that the statute is not unconstitutional” and was going to have the jury decide on the fact issues of the case. Pena pleaded “no contest” to the two barking dog complaints, meaning the appellate court, if he appeals, will decide on the constitutionality of the statute and not on the evidence about the alleged barking incidents. Reimer said he had previously offered a bargain to Pena that was not acceptable. “We changed the offer last week and couldn’t reach him" because Pena was out of state a1) week, Reiiner said. So Monday was the first time Pena and Reimer had discussed the new offer, which Pena ultimately accepted. “We saved the county the cost of a jury, which could have cost more than $700,” Reimer said. Court reporters and bailiffs are paid by the hour, while prospecve jurors are paid $6 per day. Chosen jurors receive $16 per day for their service. - DANA STELL ★ Council Continued from Page I Also Monday, Council agreed to place eight new stop signs on designated city streets. City Manager Joe Michie said the public works department is already working on another series of corners where more signs are needed. The areas approved Monday include the northwest and southeast corners of Washgton Street at East South Street; the southeast and northwest corners of Ixickener Avenue at Wood Road; the south and north corners of Paisano Street at Cardinal Driver; and the northwest and southeast corners of Marymont at Oak Treel^arie. Council also agreed Monday night to abandon Shady I^ne off Texas 46 East and sell the right of way to abutting property owners. About $44,000 will be raised from the sale and that money will be placed in the city’s street project fund. 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