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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Budget New texas Cbnfinued from PagelA pay raise during budget workshops for morale reasons and since employees had not received a cost of living adjustment within the past City Council will hold a special budget hearing May 13 at which time it will vote on the property tax rate Michie is expected to pre sent a revised budget for councils first public The possibility of revenues receiv ed fromthe sale of the citycounty landfill resurfaced Monday night during comments offered by District 3 council member Ed who represents the citys interest on the Comal County Solid Waste Control acknowledged the board is once again considering selling the site to interested waste management The board had received proposals from two firms for the purchase or lease of the but announced early last month it had decided not to sell the Since that pro posals have been accepted from private engineering firms for a pro posed site development study follow ing minor state health department Sciantarelli suggested the sale of the landfill could further reduce the amount council would need to ap prove in ad valorem fate ad justments though Michie called the selling of the landfill pfematufe and said it was impossible to place any revenue figures Ifi the proposed budget that would be realized for the citys share of the It is not a hard A ghost number gives me some Michie who refused to speculate what the sale of the landfill might br ing It would depend on the bid ding he scuc Continued from Page 1A Ive heard rumors that SCUC may reduce its tax Scott I dont think there have been any appraisal adjustments on property value theresince There is a lot of farmland along FM H009 that has carried a acre Scott But some of that land could conceivably go to per acre with commer cial growth in several If that land got appraised at fair market perhaps SCUC would lower its resident property Scott The appraisal difference between the districts is not a hard fact on which well base a deci its just one facet together with education quality that we are study Sandy public informa tion officer for SCUC said the proposed annexation of the Universal City area would take students from the SCUC approx imately 28 percent of the districts present This would reduce the teaching staff by one she And would decimate the advanced place ment and other recently established which are already small Jack another Universal pointed out that the Texas Legislature is now working on decisions involving voting districts and multicounty school districts so it may be taken completely out of their Strickland said he hopes a decision will be reached Patricia who has been a teacher and English department chairman at Samuel Clemens High School in SCUC ISO for 15 said she has seen the district weather many storms of varying Obituaries But never did I think Id see its very nature so severely threatened as it is Thompson I wonder how thoroughly the peo ple behind the movement to pull a portion of Universal City from our district have considered the conse quences not only to the but also the teachers and com munity Thompson And I if the ideas that bigger is better and winning is the name of the game have clouded the essential goal of education pro viding whats best for all Thompson It is just for thisthat I transfer my own children from a larger neighboring district to SCUC Thompson I didnt want them lost in the crowd of a larger I also wanted their teachers to be the special instructors who ae motivated to stay because of the uni que Clemens teachers who could go to any other district in Bex ar County for more but who choose instead the close relationships and traditional values at SCUC Thompson said she is upset about the proposed idea and has questioned How could the district possibly continue to offer these and other lowenrollment courses when more than a thousand students are suddeny removed from the district she Steele was quick to point out that annexation could cause setbacks for his We could lose kids and we would have to cut back on some of our he The impact on our children and ourselves cannot be overstated and the school and its students should not become pawns in a game of economic Thompson Judson is a large district and playing on 5A teams and having an academic advantage in some areas would be a draw for these Steele But I dont think its fair to disrupt the education of youngsters who are comfortably Scott said the annexation drive members only want to gain better educational Our objective is to look at the ad vantages and said Even if we we will take this list to the SCUC Scott also appeared before Guadalupe County Commissioners and told them annexation would pre sent a distinct tax advantage because the Guadalupe tax rate is higher than the Bexar County Guadalupe commissioners said it is too early to speculate on the drive at this Commissioners also did not want to comment on just how annexation would hurt or help the but some agreed with Steele that favorable votes from 50 percent of those registered would be hard to come Steele said his office has receive between 150 and 200 calls opposing the I believe this annex ation talk is really a tempest in a Steele As long as Ive been people in Universal City enclave paying SCUC taxes have vehemently oppos ed the I very much support this but Im not behind the machinations of pushing it through as Ive heard some people Strickland All this consideration is only in the research yet Steele is using his letterhead to start a scare campaign against Geyer There is no clandestine organiza tion inplace committee already scheming for he Richard Flowers Services for Richard Flowers of 1 Royal Crest will be at 11 Thursday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Harold Zirkel of Burial will be in the San Marcos City died May 5 at his Born to and Luby nee Wall Flowers in he was a veteran of World War II and the Korean Flowers married Shirley Ferrer in Houston on April He was a New Braunfels resident for five year after moving here from San Flowers was retired from civil He had been chief of programming at Lackland Air Force A member of the First United Methodist Flowers was in the Masonic Lodge Scottish the Alzafar Shrine and the Elks Survivors include his Shirley Flowers of New Braunfels Luby Wall Flowers of San Antonio Judith Elizabeth Flowers of Houston Sandra Cole Lewis of Alaska two Richard Wade Flowers of Houston and Thomas Hodge Flowers of San Antonio one William Cole of Houston two George Williams and Howard both of San Antonio and four Marion Nichols Services for Marion Nichols of Box 649C at Canyon Lake will be at 10 Friday at Canyon Lake United Methodist Church with the Reeves Burial will be at Cranes Mill died May 5 at Humana Hospital in San Nichols was born to Bernie Peal and Ella Jane nee Kinne Wilcox in Newport on She married Myron Nichols in Newport on A member of Chapter 1103 of the Order of Eastern Nichols was a retired school teacher and was a member of the Canyon Lake United Methodist Survivors include two Joyce Ann Nichols of Canyon Lake and Marlene Morneau of Oklahoma two James Nichols of Canyon Lake ad Myron Nichols of Missouri and two Edwin Services for Edwin Rauch of 631 Lakeview will be at 3 Thursday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Linwood Kennedy Burial will be at Guadalupe Valley Memorial died May 5 at Eden Home for the Rauch was born in Cranes Mill to Fritz and Auguste nee Haas He married Thekla Heimer in Cranes Mill on A retired Rauch was a member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ and the roann Sons Survivors include one Eteska Mueller of Schertz one grandchild four grandchildren and three great service offering annual garden plant clinic The annual Qarden and Plant Tour sponsored by the New BraiwifeJs Mens Garden Club and the Comal County Extension Service will be held announced County tensiorj Agent BUI The tpur will begin at 9 from tot kaadj nm center and will m4 at noonThere will fee five gardens on the toyr that will feature fruit tree vegetable pro ornamentals and g garden irrigation The plant clinic will be heJ at kjtfi di Garden Center from i to requested ijjg their pjsfli problems g jhj jerry FMWM mil fet at tot clMc tfi diagnose gujtwil prsttem Stewart from UvaWt will questions about insects and Mark Black from Uvaldf will The tour ing are open to public without Educational programs conducted by sefyf people agfg ii 9 hajvjjcap or Weather Pirtly Water Watch Comai 315 cfs tame Canyon Lato m down Canyon Uke 691 cf s samel SMSVWSI Canyon Uake iup Edwards mm with mrm 4 Public Records Police Reports Civil Court Pilings Texas fjistritt cdurf Nancy Altum AquaQuip Water deceptive bivocces Hector and Josephine Olga and Jesus Ceia and Richard Convictions Comal County Court at Law Roberto Vargas 1011 fine 60 days probated two Juan Jose 104 three days OTG Provided by Knibbe Financial 755 Loop Suite Quotes are as of closing BakerHughes Int Coleman Chrysler Deere Entex Exxon Ford GM Halliburton Kemper KMart Luby Mobil Pillsbury SW Bell Tandy Texaco WalMart WP Pepperell High 25 19 40 30 14 89 35 32 62 47 38 110 43 34 57 67 Low 24 18 33 29 13 86 95 33 32 60 30 37 109 33 55 66M Close 25 19 40 30 14 89 97 91 34 32 61 32X 47 110 42 34 56 66 Births McKenna Memorial Hospital and Alan Route Box 655M 7 4 ounce boy and Joseph 1242 1 7 3 ounce girl May and James 7706 Strolling San Antonio 8 5 ounce girl May A New Braunfels man reported Monday evening the theft of a 16foot flat bed trailer from the Walnut Business Valued at the trailer was described as being double axle and blue in The theft Overnight Sunday of cash from a restaurant in the 600 block of South Walnut was reported to police who found no physical evidence relating to the moneys according to police A 21yearold Houston man reported being held at knifepoint Monday evening while at Trailways Bus Station where he was robbed of his bus wallet containing S70 cash and a gold The only description of a suspect given in police accounts of the incident was that he was driving a beige make and model Police arrested Charles Donald of 935 Interstate 35 for public intoxication and assault by threat following an inci dent Monday evening in the 600 block of Texas 46 Nothing was reported taken in an attempted burglary Monday even ing of a vehicle in the 1100 block of West Coll Some damage was reported to the cars ignition switch and dash as a The passenger side window of a car was broken out Sunday evening in the 300 block of 135 South at a loss Police were summoned in the early morning hours Sunday to Holi day Inn for a report of a robbery in progress where cash was reportedly taken from a person in the hotels main Details of the rob bery were sketchy in police although it was noted no physical violence occurred during the inci Suspects attempting to gain en try to the trunk of a car overnight Saturday in the 2000 block of West San Antonio Street resulted in heavy damage to the vehicles drivers side door and back Nothing was reported taken in the A 34yearold man reported ear lySunday morning an assault with bodily injury that occurred between two apartment buildings at 301 An assualt with injury was reported Sunday afternoon in the 1800 block of Michigan Street by a 26 yearold A 28yearold woman was treated at McKenna Memorial Hospital for injuries received follow ing an assault in the 800 block of North Union Street in which she had reportedly been A 34yearold female was also treated at McKenna for injuries she received Saturday evening in an assault that occurred in the 1800 block of Kuehler Rocks were used by vandals Saturday evening to smash in two doors located on the west side of the New Braunfels High School annex The Friday morning burglary of a motor vehicle was reported in the 700 block of Loop The burglary Friday morning of a restaurant located on North River Terrace Drive resulted in the theft of an portable cassette valued at a chain eight kerosene a S50 two Persons with information regar ding any felony crime are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 620TIPS and speak to the officer on Callers are not asked to give their Crime Stoppers pay rewards of up to for information that leads to the arrest and grand jury indictment of persons committing felony DERYL CLARK and LESLIE KRIEWALDT make pictures worth a thousand words in the HeraldZeitung Yellow at Sale No Yellow Dot prices will be Visit our store and look for the Yellow Dots You will find prices Below Dealer Costs Economy 18 Rtfriftrator 489 Extra Lant Washer Energy Saver 23 GE Heavy Duty Dryer Satisfaction Guaranteed Refrigerator Spacemaker III GE Microwave 5 warranty 90Oiy Refund or Option On Major Side x Side GE Refrigerator Side x Side Available As Low as SCCQ95 Upright Freezer 3999 H yqyr win qwllly w MrtptmMss el my omt 09 ql tUHvtnr By I Pirtjclfstlng 3E flMjl youf QWfcn wt will up yew Sf Iftf Of ffUmtf lull Xtej McHjSing To tmcltf XOWf cgl 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