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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 21, 1952, New Braunfels, Texas 100th ANNIVERSARYßeu-Braunfelfer Mit^ Stoat. m Jahrgang 100 Neu-BraunfeISi Texas, Donnerstag, den 21. Aufust 1952 Nuiftnitr 53Zeitung 100 Years Old City Schools Adopt Largest Budget in District's History The New Braunfels Independent School Board Thursday night adopted the largest budget in the history of the local school system, passed a motion setting up a scale of cost of living and reward for continuous service bonuses for teachers, and took under consideration a recommendation that a business manager be hired for the school system. In a meeting notable for the amount of work accomplished, the board approved a budget submitted by Dr. E. A. Sahm, school superintendent, which is unique in recent years in that it lists an estimated income greater than estimated expenditures. With an approximate balance of $79,528 expected to be on hand on September 1,1952, and estimated income for the coming year set at $403,005, the board expects to have'^ a total of $487,533 to work with during the 1952-1953 school year. ^ Estimated expenditures total only $399,923, which woul4 leave a balance of $87,610 m September 1, 1953, or an increase of $8,0^ over this ymt*s balance. . * "^Saying that he is greatly encouraged by the financial outlook for the New Braunfels Independent School District, Dr. Sahm pointed out that approximately two-thirds of the school income is now received from state aid. In the early 1940's, he said, only about half the income came from the State. Income figures were conservatively estimated, he said, and no provision was made for the possibility that the school tax income may well be greater next year because of an in" crease of about $1,000,000 in valuations within the expanded district. Also not reflected in the budget is the possibility that the (See "School Budget," P. 3) $243,000 Damage Suit Filed Against City Friday A suit {or $243,600 in damages was filed a^unst the City of New Braunfels in 22nd District Court here last week by attorneys for Ray-ford Cooper, Yoakum, who alleges he suffered injuries when diving into a sluiUow portion of the Landa Part: swimming pool April 25, 1950. The citation with which the city was served Friday idfóges negligence on the part ^ the city in maintaining the rock ledge under water on the north side of the po<^ and in fMliiig to post signs and wamings in regard to the e<H]#tioity and bdtìng to pro-vkb ade^lB^ liar- rtet^ fléd iafliiig to i^e any a^gnn^i^te warning of the d^ph ^ the rock ledge and otherwise jfet^ jfai&ig to protect tite paMh against divmg in this i^art of the pod. Cooper suffered a spinal injury which his attorneys alkge has left him perma-nratly paralyzed , from ^e waist down when he dived undbr the chain hanger erected along the i^uillow rock ledge on the nor& ^de (d the pool. l%e aecldent curired while Comper w^ visiting.^the park taciii* hers m^ s^iof «laas Yoflkum High The City Cmmi^bwn last wedk denied tiahllity for the Monday. Hie eonawrtwlow that ^e Century of Pubiicotíort Ends With Record Number of Pctges s ■t With this 5^01st issue, the Neu-Braunfel^ Z^tutig cotxi-pletes iOO ^tinuoi£s mw»-paper years of pubiicatioti» Sinee a newspaper year h exactly 52 weeki, md a calendar year is somewhat longer, this iC^^ anniversary issue of the Zelttmg actually is being printed about 90 da^ earlier than the full iDOjcalenilar yeat^ since ^e Sieitung was founded one, 0( the fewf)am May H^lp Spring Flow, mÈm'.é^ tkem, md that tep wm é0m ^ Mi al DOOL Mfttynkw fWÉMMeni dMng IB thm am because of die ledge «od i^iallow water. City Attorney Raymond ftartram will file an answer to the suit withifi the next two weeks, he told the commission Monday, Pedestrian Suffers Serious Injuries When Hit by Cor Sun. Jose Munoz, 65, 395 West Plum Avenue, suffered serious injuries about 8 p.m. Sunday, when he was struck by a car driven by Thomas R. Sanchez, 618 Comal Avenue, as he was walking across the Highway 81 Live Oak Avenue intersection. Munoz, who suffered several broken bones, including a broken left leg, was listed in critical condition Sunday night, but hospital attendants said Tuesday that although he was in severe pain, he seemed to be improving and was not on the critical list. He is also suffering from painful bruises, and lacerations, they said. Police Chief Ehno Arnold, who with Patrolmen Larkins and Helmke investigatf^_the. accident, said that no charges have been filed, pending outcome of Munoz's condition. Chief Arnold said there vias no indication that Sanchez was driving at an excessive rate of speed. No Soltttlofi To Lowtrod iaiHI dff Imdu. Poà m. imA otiWr to-mrnm- ^ ^ maoo River Au-Uiority Board of Directors here Monday morning Wbm a statement by E. M. Cape, general counsel and general manager of the GBRA, that if and when the Canyon Dam at tíié Milner site on the Guadalupe is built, "you will see a lot of springs and .wells that have been dry for 3^ears with water itt'them." Cape cited the experience below Lake Buchanan, where numerous springs and wells began flowing as water was impounded behind the huge dam. "There is a tremendous leakage of water through the ^rous sub-soil in tl¿ hill country," he pointed out, "and this water will be coming out in springs and wells below the dam."----- An increase in the water supply here as an effect of water storage above the Canyon Dam is dependent on whether or when the dam is (See "Dmb »fay IMp,'' P. 7) papers hi the South which can CKMtat a record of eontlmioiis pubHcation during Uve War Be« twe^ th# States, when the paper shortage became io severe that some iasues wera printed on butcher-paper, tis* sue-paper, and even on wall-* But not once. during that period nor any other during the past 100 years has the Zeitung failed its readers by suspending publication for even oiie isMsue. This issue of the Zeitung is the largest in number of pages ever published in New. Braun-^ fels by any newspaper. The 104 pages of this issue exceed by 40 pages the 64 pagea originally pliiini^ for the edittoH. The enthuaiaatic teaipcmi^ti readers 'iihnsxiiiam M -msy-^'m V Rttfi-w Roces With only two races to be Voted on in the second Democratic Pritnary Saturday, local political figures were pessimistic over possibility of a large vote being cast. Only one local contest is to be settled in the Saturday balloting, that for Justice of the Peace, Precinct 1, Place 1, with Walter Schaefetind Milton C. Doerr as run-trilsirandidates. B. Hollis George was eliminated from the race in the first'Democratic Primary last month. The other contest is for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Place 1, with Spurgeon Bell and Frank P. Culver seeking the position. A, R. Stout and Glenn R, Lewis were eliminated from the race in the first primary. County Clerk Otto Rohde f^-ported that 13 absentee baUots were returned to his office by the deadline Tuesday night. Bsmks will be closed and no alcoholic beverages will be sold Saturday.Die neu-Braunfelfer Zeitung wird audi weiter 4euf|d) bleibetti ^e^ ii'UUTi i^ionaitni Tüiiröen iu rvT'ditc^.'ncn Slrciien bk th liauptuu.ieii laut, öic alte „I^nte" baih niii)t uie:ir baind) i^ebruifi 'ein roevbe. ^ ;)U. , innern ♦ireufu i^eicrii fönnctr »Dir Kiji ia-Tie iDirb i>eutüiv i^'eu'cu io iaiLi: mir uidU' rüt^iiiaer civ laufciib btnitülie 1'CHT ^n fKUicreu fahren, be^oir kn'v feit jdo n>tr öav Spaiitu fereiic "yornuit einniiirti'n. ^urd> i!)re.^eqiifmii£l^fe!i be^ lieb: luiirte, iicferte Die .¿seuinig urifle?äi)r ijafü iniö iiai6 aci)t Seiten iinb odit Betten iln.^riaen, yeiDcr tüiirbeu in beii legten v^^fj' ren bie ¿itiseiiien immer iwnifliT; öanrit uiaii ai5er nicf?t -wntjier teil Ucfcrie loitröc mehr Öefefioff ae'ctii, nnb bte iinDeFmeii>itdie ^ol^ ipjr, ban ^ie (rinfünfti'^imnier vH-riiuicr iiiib bte iiitvlaiiett immer holHT «Jt^rDcn. Xanri, man jfönnie iiiMrrahe fagc« um 'Bd^hm noc^ an s^abm anuireilKK, öesöitnen ei-!; i^ffer ber Heihitia unferen Jin}ei3i^unben ^ti fögen, fte Oietò an iSitieigen tier1d>a>enben unb bö^er bie teurer iynian^ fen mü^en. Xah nian eiiie 3ei' tunvi, ^efotiber^ eine beuifd>e tung, bie foroiefo ^ort um bie (f rifteirj !amt>fen muB, ''o in furje? Brìi töten fmin, bcbarf ttjo^i feine irriauteruii-s. Tie Wnaeiae^iniben finb in ^er testen 3ett mä)t u«b mii^r Ijoni Xeiitfi}en roesae^ogen. Xu ölten tjamilien, bie einft bie fif^reniàa! .i^ifeäftsiaile in ber 3tabt tttóren, toerbeit bmä^ ank« bere, nìd^tbeuiiifie (^efdjäftlieute Derbrängt. 1?inbere i^müien Rieften in bie 3tabt ein/bte fein Xeutfd) iden, bie ^nber ber 'alten beittfd)en f^ömtiien I^fen tit#t meijr beutfc^, unb bie barunter iet ben, iki man ie^t nii^t von ^luieiaen, ns}^ tJon 9i&onnement^:>fleibern eine beutfi^ am hieben ijölten fonn, legannfn mir öor einigen Woiwiien mt €i;^riment. ^n ^miif^ft^itieti ijKTöew iti| bie batf» gctitingen mài ölele 2c&en#baiier errun^n burd) et» ,3TDeifpra(^Ì8e5 'j^mrmot, ^ie 0inber »ber alien 1|^ci!nft)ítti3nia''Xeutfí^en tfiebcn farcii |}tntuTiaen treu u. iiì' te« barin bie Wcuigfeiten am iijrcii Ìtamiltenlreffeit enaiifrf); ^ie alten i^rofeeltern ijatteu immer noci] cine beiii1(^c in bem oiteu B'amilienbiatt. feuifj argerten fíe fidi maiiilmai Wiii i^te gri>|er mirbcn unb ble beuiid^e Ì^rfe immcr fiein Mie&, abet ^0rtfe|img mi 'mitt 2 ;