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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 30, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels May Council OKs budget on first reading Bv DANA By DANA OVERSTREET Staff writer A million city budget passed the first test Monday night as City Council conducted a short public hearing and approved the first of three readings approving the Third reading and final approval is set for June Along with the addition of 10 employees and the of four employees from fullto the budget calls for the leasepurchase of high cost For the police department is getting 16 new police cars over a threeyear period to begin a takehome City Manager Joe Michie says the plan will allow more marked police vehicles on the Citizen Norman Kraft did not approve of the police car takehome The more cars you have out on the the more danger you have of having a he Its getting more and more and more Council roundup Kraft said haying more police cars on the street will not reduce I think it is a deterrent to Michie Where now we have six or eight marked vehicles on the well have more marked police vehicles on the The extra police said Mayor Barbara will be a more visible image all over our Michie said that because the citys property fees and permits are extremely low compared to services expected and he would like to see a revision of fees for service and Those services rendered that are by choice of the patron should not be supplemented by general taxpayers Holiday crowd at lake tops estimate The number of visitors who came to Canyon Lakearea parks over the Memorial Day weekend exceeded all Canyon Reservoir Manager Ken Robinson said his visitor count for the threeday holiday came to and thats about more than were Corps personnel have been bracing themselves for the huge knowing they would have more than the people who were on hand last They had anticipated about visitors last Its one of the heaviest Memorial Days weve ever Robinson but not the largest crowd ever recorded at Canyon The July 4 weekend usually is the and if the weather holds this he thinks all records could be No major incidents were reported in the other than the lateMonday drowning of a 20yearold Luling man whose body was recovered by divers Stocks NEW YORK 73 73 73 AMR Corp AmerCan 45 57 Vi 45 Vi 56 45 57V4 JC 51 V4 50 50 PhelpsDod 21VB 21 21 PhillpsPet 38 38V 38V4 Polaroid SOYs 29 30 AMI 54V4 54 54 Am 26V4 26 26V4 42 41 41 Amer 34 33 33 Sabine 15 16 16 Armcolnc AtlRichfld BancTexas 60 60 3 88 60K 3 32 31 31 SFeSouPac 28 28 SearsRoeb 37 37 37 ShellOIl 59 59 59 BellSouth Beth Vi Co 36 36V4 36 Southern Co 20 20 20 34 33 34 Borden t 79 79Vi 79 CaterpTr Cp 53 53 53 StdOilOh 45 46 ChesebgP Chevron 35Vfl 35 35 49 49 49 Tandy 32 32 32 Tenneco 41 41 41 Inc 36 35 35 33 33 33 Coleman Vi 33 33 33 TexEastn 36 35 35y8 DeltaAirl Inst 87 87 87 TexasOGas 17 17 17 DowChem Dressrlnd duPont EastKodaks Enserch Entexlnc Exxon FedlCo Firestone FtBcpTex Flowerlnd s FordMot GAF Corp GTE Va 20 59 43 25Vi 18 53 38 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Braunfels woman suffered a gunshot wound to her right leg at her parents home Karen Gerth of 2 Ridge was shot in the master bathroom of the Emergency Medical Service technicians were already treating the womans injury when New Braunfels police arrived at the scene about The police report stated the womans mother said she was out side when she heard the gun go while the father was watching television in the living The a Ruger 9 shot belonged to the womans The report stated the weapon was normally kept loaded in a dresser Deaths Pauline Schlierer Funeral services for Pauline Schlierer of San Antonio were Wednesday at Porter Loring Mor tuary in San Antonio with the George Schwanenberg Burial followed at Mission Burial died May Schlierers the late Hermann preceeded her in She belonged to Nekodah Temple 44 of the Daughters of the Ada Chapter 49 the Beethoven Louise Schuetze Lodge 3 of Hermann and the Texas Pioneer Survivors include a Adele Fischer two grand children and three great Pallbearers included Malcolm C Fischer Dean Alan Malcolm Fischer Brian Kieth Clarence Moseley and Paul Jack Henson Lucky 7 Sale YOUR CHOICE SALE UPRIGHT CONVERTIBLE OR SPIRIT CANNISTER SALE DO HOOVER Convertible HELPMATE SALE PRICE HOOVER SPIRIT who have little or no interest in the service to be rendered or the recreation activity states Michies budget He also called for the development of a fiveyear financial plan and the future addition of a staff and more firefighters and police officers as the city He said the city should conduct a bond issue no later than October to pay for overdue capital Other budget featurs include a firsttime merit pay plan for city and a property tax rate of which is cents less than half a penny higher than the current rate of That rate is expected to raise about Revenues expected next year amount to compared to those last year of Spending will increase from last years to The citys carryover is and there will be a contingency fund of Also Monday Council learned that members of city boards and commissions who have a financial terest in any issue before them should abstain from A conflictofinterest question was raised when the Mayors tshirt company was the low bidder on a contract with the parks City Attorney Barry Moore said there have been no conflicts so As far as any specific action that has taken place up to this I see Moore He advised Council members to complete a disclosure statement before the meeting at which a persalintereat issue will be on the The member should inform the group of his financial interest and should not vote on such Moore Is there any provision that our company cannot bid on the items asked See Page 16 Teen gets probation in negligent homicide By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer A 19yearold Boerne man has been placed on probation for one year and fined in con nection with a car accident last summer that killed his best Blood tests results showed Craig Dean of Boerne had an alcohol level of after his truck hit an oncoming car and drove into a rock bluff on Farm Road 3159 on His 17year old James Kennedy died five hours later at a San Antonio The legal limit in Texas is to indicate Last Department of Public Safety Trooper Jon Lindley filed an involuntary manslaughter against But District Attorney Bill Schroeder recommended the charge be reduced to criminally negligent a Class A Dean entered a guilty plea to the reduced charge last The judgment placing him on probation for one year and fining him was signed last week by 207th District Judge Robert Deans motion asking the court to consider probation stated the accident happened as a result of making too wide a turn on Farm Road He Dean ran off the road and struck a rock causing the death of his closest This was not some sort of joy ride nor was Dean under the legal influence of it con From his autopsy Bexar County Medical Examiner Vincent DiMaio ruled Kennedy died from subarachnoid hemorrhage diffuse bleeding over the brains Dean received a broken leg and a crushed left cheekbone in the The motion stated he has already had one operation on his and will have to undergo a third operation on his leg to remove the rod in place The motion for probation stated the Kennedy family had settled with Deans insurance company for It also said Dean had not driven a car since the ac nor had the wrecked truck been replaced by his Weather i u 1 lift 1 T DRAW THE WEATHEF Joe Fifth Grade Texas temperatures lows and precipitation hours ending at 7 CDT SUBMITTED BY Carl Schurz Houston 71 73 74 72 64 71 69 73 72 76 76 71 72 74 76 76 74 the 24 Lo Ppn 77 71 61 71 75 70 73 72 70 73 50 76 73 62 76 77 70 Arthur Beeville 87 BryanCollega Antonio 101 Fall Fort Worth 96 HeraldZtitung 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 186 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 Johnson Dave Kramer Advertising Cheryl McCampbell Mgn Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman GusElbel Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David Editor Patricia YznagaKing 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 temperatures warm across a large section of the Lone Star State while moist tropical air brought a blanket of low clouds to South Central and North Central Texas and the prospect of record a lowpressure ridge extended from the eastern Panhandle to the Stockton Plateau under clear Only some high level cloudiness prevailed in the Trans Pecos Low temperatures ranged from the 70s in most sections to the mid 60s in the Winds were southerly at 10 to 15 mph across the eastern twothirds of the state and light and southwest over the Edwards Plateau and the High Extreme temperatures were 69 degrees at El Paso and 80 at Other readings at 5 were 72 at San Stephenville and Austin 74 at Midland and Brownsville 78 at Waco and San Angelo and 77 at Wichita DallasFort Worth Regional Airport had 76 degrees and Corpus Christi had Highs from the low 90s to near 105 degrees were expected in North Texas through It should be mostly cloudy in central and eastern sections during morning with cloudiness increasing in the west and spreading Sunny skies should bring temperatures near 100 in South Texas through with lows in the Texas forecasts North Texas Mostly cloudy central and east during the morning Becoming fair and hot areawide by Increasing high cloudiness west spreading across central High temperatures 92 to Lows tonight 72 to Highs Friday 92 to South Texas Fair to partly cloudy skies tonight and Higha Friday in the 90s to near 100 Lows tonight in the 70s to near 80 West Texas Fair through Cooler Panhandle Lows tonight upper 50s Panhandle to mid 70s Friday mid 80s Panhandle to near 108 valleys of southwest East Texas Mostly fair becoming cloudy again by Low temperature in the lower South wind around 10 hot High temperature in the mid South wind 10 to 626 Walnut Ave Sale Ends June 3 Brought To You MBdllkNew Braunfels A Momentum Bank 901 Mtin New Tew 78130 Member I FPJC   

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