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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 26, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas grifts Corbin seeks more trash bins; Henry wants new mayor String along with me DERVL CLARK HERALD ZEITUNG Marie Gibson reaches around a cable to plant a periwinkle in a flowerbed in Landa Park, The plantings are part of an ongoing New Braunfels Garden Council project to beautify the park. Stocks High Low I,ast AMR Corp 394 394 394 Airier Can 52*8 524 524 Ameritech 824 814 82 AMI Inc 234 234 234 Am Motors 34 34 34 AmStand 314 314 314 Airier TAT 214 214 214 Armcolnc 94 94 94 AtlRichfld 484 484 484 BantTexas 34 3*4 34 BellAtlan 834 834 834 BellSouth s 36 354 354 Beth Steel 174 17 174 Borden 684 684 684 CaterpTr 304 30 304 Centel 404 404 404 Chevron 344 344 344 Chrysler 344 344 344 CocaCola 674 664 674 Coleman 30 294 294 ComlMetl 174 17*4 174 DiumShm 18 17*4 174 DowChem 284 284 284 Dressrlnd 204 20 204 East Kodak 674 664 67 Enserch 284 284 284 Entexlnc 174 IT *4 174 Exxon 504 50 504 FftdlCo 344 344 344 Firestone 184 174 18 FtBcpTex 144 144 144 FordMot 434 424 434 GAF Corp 294 29*4 294 GTE Corp 404 404 404 GriDynam 73 724 73 GenElec 604 594 594 Gen Food 614 614 614 Gen Motors 744 744 744 GnMotr E n 594 574 584 Goodrich 294 29 294 Goodyear 264 264 264 GtAtlPac 174 164 174 Haliburtn 30 294 30 Holiday Inn 504 504 504 Houstlnd 23 224 23 HughesTI 144 144 144 Interfst 10*4 104 104 IBM 1244 1244 1244 Intl Harv 94 94 94 Int Paper 50 494 50 Jeff Pilot s 40 39*4 394 JohnsJn 40 39*4 394 K mart 34 334 334 KrogerCo 394 394 394 CTV Corp 104 94 104 litton Ind 674 664 674 I-oneSta Ind 224 224 224 Ivowes 264 264 264 MCorp 204 204 204 MayDSts 43 424 424 Medtronic 30 294 30 Mobil 294 284 294 Monsanto s 43 424 43 Motorola s 33 324 324 NabiscoBrd 584 574 58 Vs NYNEX 80*4 804 804 PacifTel 704 704 704 Penney JC Phelps Dod Philips Pet PhilPet wd Polaroid ProctGamb Pubs NwMx RCA RepBankCp Sabine Safeway SFeSouPac SearsRoeb ShellOU Singer Co Southern Co Southland SwstBell Sperry Cp StdOilInd StdOilOh SunComp TNP Ent Tandy Tenneeo Texaco Inc TexAmBnch TexComBn TexEastn s Texas Inst TexasOGas Tex Util TylerCp Un Carbide UnPacCp US Steel USWest UniTel Unocal WalMart WestghEl s Xerox Cp ZemthE Stock prices shift as corporate earnings cause concern NEW YORK (AP) - Stock prices drifted in a narrow range today amid concern over proliferating signs of weakness in corporate earnings. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials edged up .ll to 1,260.05 in the first hour. Losers held a slight edge on gainers in the broad tally of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. Profit worries began to spread on Wall Street after International Business Machines said late last week that its first-quarter earnings would come in below comparable year-ago levels. 48 474 474 184 184 184 384 384 384 384 384 384 294 294 294 564 564 564 244 244 244 414 404 41 304 304 304 164 164 164 324 324 324 274 264 27 344 344 344 594 594 594 354 35 354 194 194 194 314 314 314 744 73*4 734 504 504 50*4 624 614 614 484 474 474 494 49 49 154 154 154 324 314 314 434 424 434 35 344 344 344 334 334 35*« 354 354 314 314 314 1104 1094 1094 174 17V* 17*4 27 264 27 294 294 294 374 374 37*4 474 474 474 274 27*s 274 744 744 744 214 214 214 464 464 464 444 44 44 294 29*4 294 424 424 424 21 204 21 3 hurt in crash at dangerous intersection A three-car accident at the intersection of Hunter Road and FM 306 Sunday afternoon slightly injured the drivers, including an 18-year-old New Braunfels resident. The same intersection claimed the lives of two people last December. Bobbie Hasert, engineer with the Department of Highways and Public Transportation, said his department is looking at that intersection and the intersection at lx>op 337 and River Road for possible installation of traffic lights. •’We’re being involved, but we’re not very far along,” Hasert said. ‘•We’re at the stage of trying to work out agreements to do a traffic study." Hasert explained that installation of traffic lights is a city function, but must “have the blessing of the state” when the site is on a state route. According to police reports, 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 306. McKown’s car struck Herrera’s car on the driver’s side, causing it to spin around and hit the front of a Dodge Colt driven by Nancy Tieken of 1242 Common, which had stopped in the northbound lane of Hunter. Injuries were treated at the scene. Hasert said 90 percent of the accidents that occur at that intersection happen on summer weekends. I .ast December, two persons were killed and two others injured when their car was struck broadside at the intersection after running the stop sign. One businessman wanted more trash containers along the Comal River and in two city parks, while another wanted a new mayor elected ‘‘immediately." Those two suggestions were among those aired at Qty Council’s meeting Monday. Tom Corbin, owner of the Bier Haus, said litterbugs are lazy arid will not work to find a trash receptacle. ‘‘There is no such thing as a bad tourist,” Corbin said. “Only a badly managed tourist. “If containers are there, people will use them." Corbin pointed out that there is only one trash can in Cypress Bend Park. He also wanted more trash cans in Hinman Island Park. He also offered to eliminate glass containers from his business to further comply with the city’s new ordinance banning glass in city parks. Mayor Barbara Tieken asked Corbin if he would talk to other retail business owners to see if they would follow his lead. Corbin also suggested hiring interns from the law enforcement academy in San Marcos to patrol the rivers and enforce city codes. “I’d like to see us look into some of the items, especially the trash cans along the river,” Tieken said. Jeff Henry, co-owner of luanda Resort and Schlitterbahn, Monday night called for a change in city government. “The form of government we have is a good form of government," Henry said, explaining that he took an informal survey of business owners, who believe that the mayor’s duty should be confined to acting as "ceremonial head,” while the city manager should run all the city activities. But, Henry said, there’s been a change and New Braunfels activities are not being administered that way. “I don’t like the change," he said. “We ought to elect immediately a new mayor to the city of New Tom Corbin Braunfels." Henry’s recommendations also included the appointment of a new-city river’s committee, because the current committee “is tired” of meeting. 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 they’ve been attacked and their integrity also has been questioned." City leaders are reluctant to respond to Henry’s comments. “Certainly the fact that we are in litigation with the Henrys precludes any comments about the allegations about the city,” said City Manager Joe Michie. The R.R. Henry family has a lawsuit pending against the city for conspiring to “exterminate” the Henry’s businesses — the Schlit-terbahn and luanda Resort. Council chooses a mayor annually after city elections. Local government? We've got you covered Herald-Zeitung Weather Kuempel's school bill gets House approval Rep. Edmund Kuempel’s move to give school districts a break on building projects has passed the House. Kuempel (K-Seguin) authored House Bill 469, which would exempt school districts from having to determine the prevailing wage rate on public construction, which is required currently. The bill passed third and final reading in the House last week, and now moves to the Senate, where its sponsor will be J.E. (Buster) Brown, R-Lake Jackson. “After the mandates of HB 72 (the education reform act passed last summer, the legislature has to be very careful about local concerns," said Kuempel, whose district includes Guadalupe, Comal and Kendall counties. “That is the purpose of HB 469 to give schools local control a"2 to save local tax dollars." Medical & Respiratory Specialists Equipment All Pharmacy Services 353 Landa St. Mew Braunfels. Tx. 625-7777 We Deliver & Set-up Hvrald-Zeitung (LISPS 377-880) lf you have not received your paper by 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday or by 7:30 a.m. Sunday, call 625-9144 or 6581900 by 7 p.m. and 11 am., respectively. Published Sunday morning and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S. Casted Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78131. Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S. Casted Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78131 Dave Kramer .... General Manager Claude Scruggs........Publisher Shirlene Thornton . Office Manager Robert Johnson..........Editor Charles Borman .. Advertising Mgr. Cheryl McCampbel! .. . Class. Mgr. Don Avery .. . Circulation Manager Carol Avery , . Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel.......Press    Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David King.........Sports Editor Patricia Yznaga King . . Wire Editor Subscription Rates (Includes applicable sales tax) Carrier delivery in Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco and Kendall Counties: 3 months, $10.78; 6 months, $18.82; one year, $33.64. Mail delivery outside Comal County, in Texas: 3 months $18.92; 6 months, $33.64; one year $63.08 Mail outside Texas: 6 months, $42.00; one year $70.00. Postmaster:    Send    address changes to P.O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels. TX 78131. Eusebio Perez, Fifth Grade, Carl Schurz The Nation Snow spread from Montana through Utah today forcing cattlemens' and travelers advisories as a winter storm threatened parts of California and Nevada and gales whipped the northern Pacific coast Winter storm watches were issued tor northwestern and north central California today, for northeastern California and the northern Sierra Nevadas tonight and for western Nevada's Tahoe Valley tonight and Wednesday Gale warnings were up along the northern California and Washington coasts Meanwhile, travelers were warned of heavy snow in southeastern Idaho and stockmens advisories for cold ram and snow were issued in Utah and Montana as snow spread from central Montana across Wyoming and through northern Utah Rain was scattered across southeastern Montana and thunderstorms rumbled across southwest Texas Temperatures around the nation at 2 a rn EST ranged from 17 degrees rn Limestone. Maine, to 70 rn Brownsville, Texas. Fort Lauderdale, Fla . and Phoenix. Aru Texas A low pressure system triggered scattered thunderstorms and showers over western sections of the Edwards Plateau early today, and forecasters predicted additional precipitation spreading to West Texas The precipitation stretched from near Del Rio to Midland The low preseure system developed rn the lee of the Rockies over southern New Mexico and tar West Texas The system, extending northward along the east side of the Rockies into Color ado generated breezes over much of the state with south winds of IO to 20 mph Southerly winds brought moisture up from the Gulf and over the state to produce cloudy to mostly cloudy akws over most of Texes Skies were dear rn the northeast corner of the state with kght easterly breezes that brought drier cooler ae into the region Extreme temperatures ranged from the 50s and 60s watt a low extreme of 54 degrees at Texarkana and a high extreme 71 at Bi o wns v die The National Weather Serves said that scattered showers or thunderstorms should fa* over western sections of the state with partly to mostly cloudy skies and warm temperatures elsewhere Other readings at 5 a rn were 58 degrees at Abilene and Dallas Fort Worth Regional Airport 65 at Corpus Christi and El Paso 55 at Lubbock and 60 at Amarillo and Midland Also Wichita Fate and San Angelo had 59 degrees Waco had 61 Texas forecasts North I exes A chance of thunderstorms west tonight Thunderstorms spreading into central sections late tonight and into the east Wednesday Lows tonight upper 50s to mid 60s Highs Wednesday upper 70s to near SO South Texas Scattered shower* and a few thunderstorms northwest today north and west tonight and northeast Wednesday Otherwise mostly cloudy and continued warm Highs Wednesday lower 70s along the uppei coast uppei 70s to near BO north and mid 80s south West Texas Generally partly cloudy through Wednesday Windy at times Some blowing dust this afternoon especially south plains Widely showers and thunderstorms mainly east of mountains tonight some possibly severe this evening Panhandle and south plains Cooke Wednesday Lows tonight mid 40s Panhandle and mountains to near 60 south Highs Wednesday lower 70s north and mountains to upper 70s south and mid 80s Big Bend East Texas Mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of thunderstorms Low m the tower 60s Southeast wind IO to 15 mph Wednesday mostly cloudy with a 50 percent chance of thunderstorms High near 80 South weld 10 to 20 mph Port Arthur to Port O'Connor Southeast welds increasing to IS to 20 knots this morning and 20 to 25 knots this afternoon and tonight Southeast winds 15 to 20 knots Wednesday Brought To You By. 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