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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 20, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels HeraldZeitung February 3A Public records FELONIES Justice of the Precinct Harold presiding Alan Eugene Vista Del aggravated assault of a peace Kenneth 1565 Edwards unlawfully carrying a weapon on licensed Kevin 784 theft of service by Justice of the Precinct presiding Tony James Route Box San burglary of a MARRIAGES County Clerks Office Indalecio Saenz Meza and Delia Flores Lernan Pat Sawyer and Theresa Gaskins I GHarles Ray Schubert and Mildred Lou Robert John Laechelin and Amy Danell i Randy Clay Rust and Kay Lynn Terry Lee Wilkins and Paulette Manuel Castro Valenzuela and Maria Helena Phillip Van Estes Hedley and Karen Jean John Darren William Gerloff and Lisa Marie i William Aloysius Carney and Carolyn Leggett Elueterio Garcia and Olga Ortega I Norberto Gurrola Parra and San Juanita Michelle Felix Lux and Gwendoline Margaret DIVORCES County CourtatLaw presiding judge Manuelita and CONVICTIONS 207th District Court Robert presiding judge Charles Wayne possession of a controlled substance sentenced to five years in the Texas Department of County CourtatLaw presiding judge Robert 431 Koehler San driving while three days in jail with and a Carlos Gonzales 1415 60 days in probated for one and a Charles 5807 San 60 days in probated for one probated for one and a Russell Lyle 7410 Village San An tonio 90 days in probated for 18 and Bexar Hall 324 San 60 days in probated for one and a Caren Star Route Box Canyon 60 days in probated for two and a Douglas Ross 201 unlawfully carrying a weapon a Vincent Box Canyon 60 days in probated for one and a Joseph Wilson Star Route Box Canyon 60 days in probated for one and a Juanita 1638 theft over but less than a Jovita 501 theft over but less than days in probated for six and a Harry 888 theft over but less than days in probated for six and a Lawrence 260 60 days in probated for one and a Jeff 539 Harvey San 60 days in probated for one and a Charles William 146 45 days in weekend jail Alex 249 San 60 days in probated for one and a Pedro 2850 San 30 days in weekend jail and a BIRTHS McKenna Memorial Hospital and John 204 9 3 and Michael Star Route Box Canyon 7 5 and Robert Route Box Lot New 8 8 and Louis 682 6 12 and Valentine 318 7 and Curtis Route New 8 and Rodney 820 8 3 and Norman Route Box 63111 New 8 15 and Paulo Route Box New 9 10 and George Route Box Canyon 6 12 and Randel 51 8 11 and David 522 and William 375 7 and Kirk 463 7 and Rogelio 3235 7 3 and Mike 790 7 8 Outoftown Born to and Leslie Dedeke of 19110 Enchanted a 6 5 Greatgrandparents are and Leslie Dedeke of New Teen kitchen Staff photo by John Senter New Braunfels High School homemakers display kitchenware items that they collected for use in the Teen Connection alternative school for Thats Nancy Ney of the Teenn Connection third from left accepting the The students are from left Holly Charles Jerome Angela Platt and Cheryl Edwards board to study district landfill sites Possible effects of landfill on groundwater quality will be in vestigated by the Ed wards Underground Water District in the Directors voted Thursday to begin in vestigating proposed landfill sites within the fivecounty Existing sites will be monitored and reviewed as The signed resolution pointed out that solid waste disposal sites are potential sources of groundwater con Permits for landfills are currently required from the Texas Department of Water Resources andor the Texas Department of The EUWD will ask that those agencies deny authorization for sites considered to be possible threats to groundwater The board also heard a status report on pending water and honored retiring directors Henry Van DeWalle of San Antonio and Robert Knispel of San Mar When their terms expire each of these men will have served nearly a quarter century on the They are the last of the original directors that took office when the EUWD was first authorized in Each has served four con secutive sixyear and decided not to go for reelection on bq Raqmond Microbiologists may now have an explanation as to why a paticular tampon brand now off the rnafKet seemingly gave rise to toxicshock syndrome TSS its The scientists say that a vaginal down the tampons superabsorbent Caftrazymethylcellulose breaks down into a sugar product that provides ideal growth environment for staphylococcus the organism that causes The breakdown of the tampon material causes it to change from a solid to a Since the gel takes up menstrual fluids along with white blood the white blood cells cannot penetrate the gel to combat the TSS Take all your prescriptions to CITY 386 6254711 or COMAL 544 Union Our philosophy is that we will not sell you some thing we ourselves would not Read the label directions on your medication concerning proper The medicine cabinet may not be the best place because of high humidity and its deteriorating effect on many Open 9 am pm thru 9 am6 pm HANDY HINT There is although not yet a for Weather Tekas intense storm systern developed over Northwest Texas late Saturday afternoon as a cool front stretched the eastern Panhandle to the Big Bend National A strong low pressure area centered just north of the Panhandle produced strong southerly winds ahead of the front and westerly winds behind the reduced visibility to six miles near Midland where winds were howling up to 47 miles an Winds of 68 miles per hour were reported in the Guadalupe Pass in West partly cloudy skies covered the state with some light haze reported over South and East Late afternoon temperatures ranged from the 50s in West Texas and the Panhandle to the 80s in far South It was 51 degrees in the Guadalupe Pass and 85 The forecast Sunday called for scattered thunderstorms over the some possiblly severe in Southeast High tem peratures were ex pected to range from the 40s in the Panhandle to the 70s along the Gulf The Nation Much of the country enjoyed sunny weather but scattered snowstorms struck Wyoming and Colorado anjl rain and freezing rain fell over parts of Minnesota and the Dakotas and along the northern Pacific Travelers advisories were posted for gusty winds over the moun tains and deserts of southern Winds estimated at up to 80 mph ripped through Friday flipping planes parked at the local airport as well as damaging up to 200 boats on nearby Lake Snow also fell Saturday from eastern Wyoming across eastern Montana and western North Dakota and over northern Temperatures around the country at 2 EST ranged from 20 in to 85 in Sundays forecast called for snow showers over much of Minnesota and the northwestern half of Iowa and eastern Rain and occasional thun derstorms are expected from eastern Texas across the lower Mississippi Valley and Showers will fall over the nor thern Pacific It will be cloudy over northeastern and much of SALE PLUS FACTORY I I REBATE Presidents9 PRICES GOOD ALL WEEK ENTIRE STOCK PLAYTEX BALI BRAS 20 OFF LADIES LEATHER UPPERS 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