New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 5, 1984, Page 3

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February 05, 1984

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 5, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Sunday, February 5,1984 3APublic records Staff photo by Last* Knawaoji Employee of the quarter Paulette Ortiz, left, was named employee of the quarter at McKenna Memorial Hospital for her 'excellent' work in the operating room. Here, Ortiz and OR Supervisor Dianna Kramer go through the supply cabinets in one of the operating rooms. Ortiz is married to David Ortiz who is deputy director of the hospital's maintenance department. BIRTHS McKenna Memorial Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Felipe Villanueva, 170 N. Water, 5 lb., 7 oz. boy, Jan. 25. Mr. and Mrs. John Herrera, 233 Dollar Dr., 7 lb., 8 oz. girl, Jan. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Schumann, 241 Seville, 6 lh., 12 oz. boy, Jan. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Randall McCulley, Austin, 8 lb., 2 oz. girl, Jan. 27. Mr. and Mrs. I^arry Barabas, Route 6, New Braunfels, 8 lb., 6 oz. boy, Jan. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Juan Lopez, 979 Oasis, 8 lb. boy, Jan. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Haden, Star Route 2, Box 250, Canyon Lake, 7 lb., 8 oz. girl, Jan. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Rafael Gonzales, 104 Morales, 5 lb., 15 oz. boy, Jan. 30. Out-of-town Born to Mr. and Mrs. David Arnold of Austin, a 6 lb., 5 oz. girl, Jan. 30. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Arnold of New Braunfels. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Billy Mark Arnold of Fort Worth, a 7 lb., 15 oz. boy, Jan. 31. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Arnold, and maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Glyn Coff, all of New Braunfels. FELONIES Justice of the Peace Precinct I (Harold Krueger, presiding ) Charles E. Weber, Route 3, Box 183-L, Cibolo, injury to a child, $1,000 bond. MARRIAGES County Clerk’s Office Michael Charles Barr and Jonnie Floyd Schaefer. Daniel Steven Zavala and Delores Chapa Ortiz. Jose Angel Rincon Jr., and Maria Guadalupe Villanueva. Russell Allen Loomis and Georgianna Margaret Butler. CONVICTIONS 22nd District Court (Charles Ramsay, presiding judge i Palmer Duane Bordelon, 6803 Ivyland. San Antonio, possession of a controlled substance methamphetamine, sentenced to three years in the Texas Department of Corrections, probated, and a $400 fine. Derrall Edward Byars, 615 E. Weinert, Seguin, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, three years TDC, probated, and a $300 fine. Roy Wayne Pullin, 220 E. Nacogdoches, Driving While Intoxicated — subsequent offense, 60 days in the Comal County Jail, and a $200 fine. Craig Mathis, 4910 Bernadine, San Antonio, aggravated robbery by use of a deadly weapon — a handgun, sentenced to 20 years TDC; and aggravated robbery by use of a deadly weapon — a shotgun, 20 years TDC to run concurrent with first 20-year sentence. Kenneth Dean Grauke, 3903 Barrington, No. 2014, San Antonio, possession of a controlled substance — tetrahydrocannabinol, reduced to a Class A misdemeanor, sentenced to 90 days in the Comal County Jail, probated for one year, and a $250 fine. Derril I^ee Maul, 146 Ohio, DWI — subsequent offense, two years in the Comal County Jail, probated, and a $250 fine. Also, as a condition of probation, confinement in the Comal County Jail for 120 days. Spencer Lamont Franklin, 6805 Colony Park Dr., Austin, revocation of probation — theft over $200 but less than $10,000, four years TDC. 207th District Court (Robert Pfeuffer, presiding judge) Randolph Ben Prochnow, Route 3, Box 3720, Wetmore, DWI — subsequent offense, nine months in the Comal County Jail. Albert Bonner, 1046 H St., San Antonio, aggravated robbery by use of a deadly weapon — a shotgun (two counts), IO years TDC, probated, and a $2,500 fine. Marcus M. Weber, 247A Zink, DWI — subsequent offense, six months in the Comal County Jail, and a $500 fine. County Court-at-Law I Rod Zipp, presiding judge i Virginia Ottmers. 3022 Knight Robin, San Antonio, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for two years, and a $400 fine. Clyde McCoy, Woodcreek Dr. No. 219, Wimberley, DWI, driver’s license suspended for one year, IO days in jail. a letter of apology, and a $500 fine. Charlene Hill, Star Route 3. Box 851, Canyon I.ake, DWI (motion to revoke), three days in jail with credit for time served, 57 days to serve in community service, and driver’s license suspended for one year. Marguent Brandt, Canyon I .ake, DWL 60 days in jail, probated for two years, and a $500 fine Jose Palacios. 1840 Katy, DWI, driver’s license suspended, three days in jail with credit, and a $100 fine. Tim Michael, 146 Bruntwood, Boerne, theft over $200 but less than $750, six months’ probation, and a $100 fine. Rhett Bain, 11851 Belair, No. 1501, San Antonio, DWI (motion to revoke), driver’s license suspended, and 30 days in jail. Fulcencio Zavala Jr., 764 Samuel, DWI (motion to revoke), driver’s license suspended, and 60 days in jail. James Miller, 1276 W. Mill, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for two years, and a $300 fine. Dawn Richards, 301 Castlewood Apt. IIH, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for two years, and a $300 fine. Samuel Montalvo, 410 Iowa, San Antonio, DWI, 120 days in jail, probated for two years, and a $500 fine. Conservation Plaza Restorations We Offer; • Professional repair & Refinishing of all types of furniture • Free estimates • Free Delivery (Within City Limits) • Fair Prices • Safe Cleaning Process for Ironstone Tableware 303 W. San Antonio St. (Formerly O Neill $ Feed Store) 629-4208 Robert & Claudia Duplissey Owners & Operators I ti*-**    ... Weather Meetings "Cash for cans' machines on parks board agenda The Parks Advisory Board will meet Monday night with a company that makes “reverse vending machines" — contraptions that take in aluminum cans, weigh them and give money in return. City Councilmember Betty Lou Rushing mentioned the subject at the last council meeting. Since then, Aluminum Vending Systems has given Parks Director Court Thieleman    a preliminary proposal for putting one of these machines somewhere in the city park system. The parks board, meeting at 7 p.m. in the headquarters building at Landa Park, will talk about the best location, and possibly send on a recommendation to the City Council, Thieleman said. AVS machines, commonly known as “Golden Goats,” are located in the parking lots of some San Antonio H.E.B. stores. Rushing heard of the company through the River and Lakes Action Council. She thinks a few Golden Goats strategically placed along local waterways could do a lot toward cleaning up the area. Thieleman said that AVS had offered the city a commission on the aluminum collected. “In other words, we’re not paying them; they pay us to put it here,” he said. The parks board will also consider the San Antonio Gypsies’ annual request to have their Aardvark Motorcycle EXAS UB Ct 'PA CO. •Aery* St* md Hat Tete •Chemick 140 IU. CASTELL hmm Ore past attice) 825-1500 I tally Park. in Cypress Bend Planning Et Zoning City planning and zoning commission members will hold two public hearings, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. The first will be on the proposed rezoning of approximately one acre of land at 295 S. East Street from "R-2 Single Family and Two Family District” to "R-3 Multi-Family District.” The second public hearing will be on the re-subdivision of Commercial Lot I, Green Valley Estates. Texas A weak cold front moved quickly through Texas early Saturday with minimal effect, but a companion cold front is due to arrive at mid-day Sunday and could be severe, the National Weather Service said. "This front will not sneak through. It comes from the northwest territories of Canada, where cold means cold,” a meteorologist for the weather station in San Antonio said Saturday night. Temperatures were in the uppers 60s and lower 70s across Texas on Saturday, despite the weak front that moved through. Those imld conditions should continue through Sunday morning before the mercury begins dropping rapidly, weather observers said. “Don't put away the sweaters yet. It will get cold,” the NWS spokesman said. “It will be turning much colder over North Texas and most of the state Sunday night." Temperatures will be in the 50s and 60s until about noon, when the front is scheduled to move in, the weather service said. The Nation Strong, gusty wind whipped light snow over eastern North Dakota on Saturday while a winter storm watch was issued for Upper Michigan. In addition to blowing, drifting snow in North Dakota, the wind was expected to drop the wind chill factor to near 50 degrees below zero Snow showers were reported Saturday over the Great lakes, the upper Mississippi Valley and from Illinois through Indiana. Upper Michigan was warned of possibly locally heavy snow and cold temperatures Sunday, with the heaviest snow expected near lake Superior. Snow flurries were w idely scattered over western Missouri and Kansas and from southeastern Washington into northwestern Utah. Rain was scattered over New England and from eastern Virginia across eastern North Carolina A cool spell hit Hawaii, with the temperature at Honolulu International Airport reaching a record low for the date of just 57 degrees. 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