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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 26, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels March Corbin seeks more trash bins Henry wants new mayor String along with me DERYL Marie Gibson reaches around a cable to plant a periwinkle in a flowerbed in Landa The plantings are part of an ongoing New Braunfels Garden Council project to beautify the Stocks NEW YORK AP Morning JC 48 47 47 18 18 18 AMR 38 38V4 38 Amer 38 38 38 29 29VB 29 AMI 56 56Va 56Vi Am 24 24 24 41V4 40 41 Amer 30 30 30 16 16 16 32 32 32 27Va 26 27 34 34 34 BellSouth 59 59 59 Beth Co 35 35 35Va Co 19 19 19 31 31 31 74V4 73 73 50 50V4 50V4 62Va 61 61 47 47 49 49 15 15 15 31 31 43 42 43 Inc 35 34 34 East 34 33 33 35 35Va 35 31 31 31 Inst 110V4 109V4 109 17 17 17V4 27 26 27 29 29V4 29 Carbide 37 Wt GAF 47 47V4 47 GTE Steel 27 27V4 27 74 74 74 21 21 21 Gen 46 46 46 Gen 44l4 44 44 GnMotr E 29 29V4 29 Cp 42 42 42 21 20 21 GtAtlPac prices shift Holiday Inn corporate earnings concern Interfst YORK AP Stock prices Intl in a narrow range today amid Int Paper Jeff Pilots Johns 40 39 39 over proliferating signs of weakness in corporate K Dow Jones average of 30 in edged up to in LiV first Litton Ind LoneSta held a slight edge on in the broad tally of New MCorp MayDSts 43 42 42 Stock Exchangelisted Profit worries began to spread on Street after International Monsanto Machines said late last Motorola s that its firstquarter earnings come in below comparable 3 hurt in crash at dangerous intersection A threecar accident at the in tersection of Hunter Road and FM 306 Sunday afternoon slightly injured the including an 18yearold New Braunfels The same intersection claimed the lives of two people last Bobbie engineer with the Department of Highways and Public said his department is looking at that intersection and the intersection at Loop 337 and River Road for possible installation of traffic Were being but were not very far Hasert Were at the stage of trying to work out agreements to do a traffic Hasert explained that installation of traffic lights is a city but must have the blessing of the state when the site is on a state According to police Marguerite Herrera of Seguin was southbound on Hunter Road in a Buick Regal when he failed to yield to Thomas McKown of San Antonio who was headed toward IH 35 on FM McKowns car struck Herreras car on the drivers causing it to spin around and hit the front of a Dodge Colt driven by Nancy Tieken of 1242 which had stopped in the northbound lane of Injuries were treated at the Hasert said 90 percent of the ac cidents that occur at that intersection happen on summer Last two persons were killed and two others injured when their car was struck broadside at the intersection after running the stop One businessman wanted more trash containers along the Coma River and in two city while another wanted a new mayor elected Those two suggestions were among those aired at City Councils meeting Tom owner of the Bier said litterbugs are lazy and will not work to find a trash recep There is no such thing as a bad Corbin Only a badly managed If containers are people will use Corbin pointed out that there is only one trash can in Cypress Bend He also wanted more trash cans in Hinman Island He also offered to eliminate glass containers from his business to further comply with the citys new ordinance banning glass in city Mayor Barbara Tieken asked Corbin if he would talk to other retail business owners to see if they would follow his Corbin also suggested hiring in terns from the law enforcement academy in San Marcos to patrol the rivers and enforce city Id like to see us look into some of the especially the trash cans along the Tieken Jeff coowner of Landa Resort and Monday night called for a change in city The form of govern ment we have is a good form of Henry ex plaining that he took an informal survey of business who believe that the mayors duty should be confined to acting as ceremonial while the city manager should run all the city Henry theres been a change and New Braunfels activities are not being administered that I dont like the he We ought to elect immediately a new mayor to the city of New Tom Corbin Henrys recommendations also included the appointment of a new city rivers because the current committee is tired of Henry also said he went around town and found out that the tourist industry believes it has been singled out by Council the Chamber of Commerce feels their integrity has been questioned and New Braunfels Utilities feels theyve been attacked and their integrity also has been City leaders are reluctant to respond to Henrys Certainly the fact that we are in litigation with the Henrys precludes any comments about the allegations about the said City Manager Joe The Henry family has a lawsuit pending against the city for conspiring to exterminate the Henrys businesses the Schlit terbahn and Landa Council chooses a mayor annually after city Local government Weve got you covered HeraldZeitung Weather Kuempels school bill gets House approval Edmund Kuempels move to give school districts a break on building projects has passed the Kuempel RSeguin authored House Bill which would exempt school districts from having to determine the prevailing wage rate on public which is required The bill passed third and final reading in the House last and now moves to the where its sponsor will be Buster RLake After the mandates of HB 72 the education reform act passed last the Legislature has to be very careful about local said whose district in cludes Comal and Kendall That is the purpose of HB 468 to give schools local control to save local tax Medical Respiratory Specialists Equipment All Pharmacy Services 353 Landa Mew 6257777 We Deliver Setup HeraldZeitung USPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Castell New TX Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Kramer General Manager Claude Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Robert Charles Borman Advertising Cheryl McCampbell Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David Editor Patricia Wire Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas 3 months 6 one year Mail outside Texas 6 one year Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New TX DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Eusebio Fifth Carl Schurz i produ The Nation Snow spiead from Montana through Utah forcing canlemens and travelers advisories as a winter storm threatened parts of California and Nevada and gales whipped the northern Pacific Winter storm watches were issued for northwestern and north central California for northeastern California and the northern Sierra Nevadas tonight and for western Nevadas Tahoe Valley tonight and Gale warnings were up along the northern California and Washington travelers were warned of heavy snow in southeastern Idaho and stockmens advisories for cold rain and snow were issued in Utah and Montana as snow spread from central Montana across Wyoming and through northern Rain was scattered across southeastern Montana and thunderstorms rumbled across southwest Temperatures around the nation at 2 EST ranged from 17 degrees in to 70 in Fort and Texas A lowpressure system triggered scattered thunderstorms and showers over western sections of the Edwards Plateau early and forecasters predicted additional precipitation spreading to West The precipitation stretched from near Del Rio to The lowpressure system developed in the lee of the Rockies over southern New Mexico and far West The extending northward along the east side of the Rockies into generated breezes over much of the state with south winds of 10 to 20 Southerly over the state cloudy skies over most of Skies were clear in the northeast coiner of the wiih light easterly breezes that brought cooler air into the Extreme temperatures ranged from the 50s and 60s with a low extreme of 54 degrees at Texarkana and a high extreme 71 at The National Weather Service said that scattered showers or thunderstorms should fall over western sections of the with partly to mostly cloudy skies and warm temperatures elsewhere Other readings at 5 am were 58 degrees at Abilene and DallasFon Worth Regional Airport 65 at Corpus Christi and El Paso 55 at Lubbock and 60 at Amarillo and Wichita Falls and San Angeto had 59 Waco had Texas forecasts North Texas A chance of thunderstorms west Thunderstorms spreading into central sections late tonight and into the east Lows tonight upper 50s to mid Highs Wednesday upper 70s to near 80 South Texas Scattered showers and a tew thunderstorms northwest and west tonight and northeast cloudy and continued warm Highs Wednesday lower 70s along the upper upper 70s to near 80 north and mid 80s south West Texas Generally partly cloudy through Windy at Some blowing dust this afternoon especially south Widely showers and thunderstorms mainly east of mountains possibly severe this evening Panhandle and south plains Cooler Lows tonight mid 40s Panhandle and mountains to near 60 Highs Wednesday tower 70s north and mountains to upper 70s south and mid 80s Big East Texas Mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of Low in the lower Southeast wind 10 to 15 Wednesday cloudy with a 50 percent chance of High near South wind 10 to 20 Port Arthur to Port OConnor Southeast winds increasing to 15 to 20 knots this morning and 20 to 25 knots this afternoon and Southeast winds 15 to 20 knots Brought To You jtMBdii A Momentum Bank jw Braunfels Box 451 Main New TexM 78130 Member MPACT   

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