New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 16, 1984, Page 2

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung February 16, 1984

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 16, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas 2A New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Thursday, February 16,1984 Rummage sale scheduled; fundraiser tickets on sale Note: This column is a weekly feature highlighting the events and programs of the Community Service Center. Clothes, furniture, and household items are available at bargain prices at a super sale going on for two weeks at the Rummage Annex at the Community Service Center, 202 E. South. Books on all topics, including best sellers and paperbacks, are in plentiful supply at low prices. The Annex is open from 9 a.m. to noon and from I to 4 p.m. each day Monday through Friday. # * * Tickets are still available for the drawing which will be held April ll. Donations of 50 cents are being requested for this fund raising effort of the Community Service Center, and items to be given away include a beautiful quilt, a plant stand, a large Coleman cooler, and six others. For more information on tickets contact the Center at 625-3439. Board members, staff, and Johnson Furniture Co., also have tickets available. • • • Does your club, organization or church group want a program that will acquaint you with what is happening in your community through your Community Service Center? The Center has a slide show and speaker available for your meeting and they are eager to share this information with you.Community link The Center fills many needs in the community, and in this tenth year of operation continues to serve those not being served by other programs and to begin vital projects that are not otherwise available in the area. Acquaint yourself and your club members with what your support is doing for others. Call Mary, Suzie or Liz at the Center at 625-3439 and set up a date for a presentation for your group. • • • Remember that tickets for the Annual Community Prayer Breakfast, sponsored by Church Women United of Comal County, are available at six churches in the community. The breakfast will be Friday, March 16, at 8 a.m. at St. Paul Lutheran Church, 181 S. Santa Clara. Tickets, at $3 each are available at St. Paul, 1st United Methodist, 1st Protestant, St. John's Episcopal, New Braunfels Presbyterian, and Faith United Churches. Proceeds from the breakfast will be given to the Welfare Fund of the Community Service Center, and tickets are also available at the Center. • • • VITAMIND FOR THE WEEK: Life is like a bridge — cross over it but don't establish yourself upon it. Weather Senator to pay fine for Comal warrants Bexar County Sen. R.L. (Bob) Vale will soon pay up for outstanding warrants against him in Comal County. When reportedly stopped for speeding Feb. I, Department of Public Safety troopers Gary Wong and Jim Shea found three outstanding warrants on Vale’s license check. A spokeswoman for Peace Justice Harold Krueger’s office said Thursday that Vale will pay $134 on warrants for speeding and failure to appear in court. The failure to signal lane change warrant will be dismissed in exchange for Vale’s plea of no contest, she added. Vale, 52, has served as a Democrat in the Senate since 1979, and was re-elected by a wide margin in 1982. He also served in the House of Representatives from 1965 to 1978. Sexual abuse charge filed A 39-year-old New Braunfels man was arrested for sexual abuse of a child Wednesday. Sheriff’s Investigator Rudy Rubio said the charge against Robert Marlin Nabors of 1044 Unde Apt. C involved a 12-year-old girl. His bond was originally set at $15,000 by Peace Justice R.G. Blanchard. That amount was later reduced to $5,000, Rubio said, and Nabors was released from custody Wednesday. Local tamparaturas New Braunfels saw s 42degree spread Wednesday, with a high of S2 and an overnight low of 40. Today’s high is expected to stay in the mid'70e, with tonight's low in the upper40s Friday s high will be in the mid-70s, too. Laka level Canyon Lake is holding steady at 904 19 feet above sea level Texas Skies ware mostly clear across Texas today as a weak cold front pushed its way to the southern tip of the state before dawn Low clouds and fog covered the coastal plains from the middle coast near Corpus Christi southward to the Lower Rio Grande Valley Visibilities were reduced to under three miles in many locales Predawn taperetures were m the 20s and 30s across the western half of the state, while readings in the 40s and 90s were noted across the eastern half Temperatures at 4 a m ranged from 23 at Marfa in the mountains of Southwest Texas to 68 at Brownsville in far South Texas The forecast called for mostly fair skies into tonight, followed by increasing cloudiness over North. South and West Texas Scattered light ram wee possible rn North Texas and scattered thunderstorms were forecast for the Panhandle on Friday Afternoon h»'-*\a were expected to range from the middle 60s in the Panhandle to the 80s rn far South Texas with most readings in the 60s and 70s The coastal marine forecast called for mostly fair skies through tonight, followed by increasing cloudiness Friday Deaths Virginia W. Baker Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Mrs. Virginia W. Baker of Rt. 9, Box 308A, Canyon I .ake. She died Wednesday at her residence, at the age of 68. Nathalia Gerdes Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Nathalia Gerdes, 79, who died Wednesday at Colonial Manor Nursing Home. Edwin Stapper Dr. Friedrich Rest will conduct services for Edwin Stapper at IO a.m. Saturday in the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home chapel. Burial will follow in the Smithson Valley Cemetery. Mr. Stapper died Wednesday, Feb. 15 at Colonial Manor Nursing Home, at the age of 81. He lived at Star Route I, Box 85. He was a lifetime resident of Comal County, born July 20. 1902 to Joseph and Bertha (Wallredth ) Stapper. He was a retired rancher and farmer, and a member of the Spring Branch Volunteer Fire Department, the Germania Farmer Verein and the Comal County Farm Bureau. He also belonged to First Protestant Church. He married Ophelia Bose on Oct. 8, 1929, and she survives as his widow. Mr. Stapper is also survived by a son, Ralph Stapper of New Braunfels, and three grandsons. He was preceded in death by one son, Leroy Stapper, in 1975. Memorials may be given to First Protestant Church. Mary Ann Williamson Graveside services for Mary Ann Williamson of Spring Branch will be at 2:30 p.m. today at San Marcos City Cemetery. The Rev. Roger Gorman will officiate. Arrangements are being handled by Pennington Funeral Home in San Marcos. Mrs. Williamson, 88, died Tuesday at McKenna Memorial Hospital. Born Sept. 4, 1895 in Kyle, she was the daughter of John and Emma (nee Moeller) Whisenant. Mrs. Williamson was a retired school teacher. She is survived by her husband, Earl Williamson of Spring Branch; a son, Keith Williamson of Rosenberg; five grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren. Calendar of Events Organizations New Braunfels Marsch-und-Wandergruppe: 7 pm. Thursday, Mission Valley Community Center. Teen Connection , annual meeting, 7:30 pin. Thursday, 1414 W. San Antonio St. New Braunfels Singles Club: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, 511 North St. Comal County Sportsman Association: brisket supper, 5-7:30 p.m. Friday, Kowald lane. Sportsman Hall, (lf you would like to announce your group’s activities in the newspaper, call us at 625-9144 or send a notice to P.O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, Texas, 78131. Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 p.m. the day before publication. Deadline for Sunday editions is 5 p.m. Friday.) Canyon second in meet The Canyon High School University Interscholastic League literary team took second place overall for schools 4A and under at the East Central High School tourney In San Antonio last weekend. Liz LaShomb took first place in prose interpretation and Cindy Tolson was second in persuasive speaking at the meet. Denyse Jones also advanced to the semifinals in persuasive speaking. The invitational Texas forecasts North Texas Mostly clear and cool tonight Increasing cloudiness west end central sections with widely scattered light rain developing Friday Mostly lair east Friday. Lows 35 west to around 40 east Highs 65 west to 75 east East Texas Mostly lair through Friday. Lows around 40 Highs 72 to 75 South Texas Fair and cool north with increasing clouds south tonight Turning mostly cloudy Friday Lows 40s north to 50s south central and middle coast to 60s extreme south Highs 70s north to 80s south West Texas Fair and cool tonight. Cloudy with scattered al tar noon thunderstorms Panhandle and South Plains on Friday. Partly cloudy and warm elsewhere Friday Lows 28 Panhandle to 45 Big Bend Highs 55 to 60s Panhandle. South Plains and Trant Pecos to 70s Concho Valley and Big Bend Port Arthur to Port O'Connor — Northerly winds IO to 15 knots tonight shifting to easterly at 10 to 15 knots Friday Seas 3 to 5 feet Increasing cloudiness Friday Port O'Connor to Brownsville — Northeasterly winds IO to 15 knots tonight shifting to easterly and southeasterly IO to 15 knots Friday. Seas 3 to 5 leat Increasing cloudiness Friday Extended forecasts Saturday through Monday North Texas Slight chance of thunderstorms Saturday Little or no precipitation axpected Sunday and Monday Highs Saturday low 60s to low 70s Cooler Sunday and Monday with highs mid 50s to mid 60s Lows Saturday 40s cooling into 30s Sunday and Monday West Texas Mostly fair. Colder Saturday and Saturday night Lows Saturday mid 20s Panhandle to near 40 southeast and extreme south cooling to near 20 Panhandle to mid 30s southeast and extreme south Sunday and Monday. Highs mid 40s Panhandle to lower 60s southeast to lowsr 70s Big Bend valleys throughout the period South Texas A slight chance of thunderstorms Southeast Texas Saturday and early Sunday Warm Saturday Turning fair and cooler from the wast late late Saturday and Sunday Sunny and cooler Monday Lows mostly 50s Saturday, near 40 northwest to the 50s coastal and extreme south Sunday and 30s north to the mid 40s extrema south Monday Highs 70s north to the low and mid 80s extreme south Saturday, cooling to highs Monday near 60 north to near 70 south Th* Nation Ram dampened the Dakotas. Iowa and Minnesota today while showers and occasional thunderstorms broke over Missouri. Louisiana and Mississippi Scattered ram also touched areas from Delaware to central New England, the Pacific Northwest and northern California Unseasonably warm weather continued to melt snow and spur runoff that swatted rivers rn southern Michigan In Monroe. Mich , 12 to 14 blocks of homes have basements flooded with six to 12 inches of water A private tugboat hired by the city Wednesday broke up half a mile of lammed ice that had forced the Raisin River over its banks Temperatures around the nation at 2 a rn EST ranged from 16 in Cheyenne. Wyo, to 71 m Homestead. Fie Stocks NEW YORK (API -Morning stocks: High Low Last AMR Corp IFS 29% 29% Amar Can tm 46% 49% Amcritech n M 67% 67% Am Motors •Vt 6% 6% Amer TAT n 16% 16% 16% Armcolnc 19% 19% 19% AtlRichfld 44% 43% 43% BancTexas »% 5% 5% Be UA thin n 72% 72 72% BellSouth n 94 93% 93% Beth Steel 14% 24% 24% Borden 52% 52 52 CaterpTr Centel 46 45% 45% 35% 35 35 Chrysler 21% 20% 26% CocaCola 50% 50 50% Coleman 31% 31% 31% DtamShm 11% 11% 18% Dow Chem 29% 20% 28% Dressrlnd 17% 17% 17% Eaat Kodak 64% 65% 66 EDS* 30% 29% 29*4 Enaerch s 19% 19% 19% Entex 20% 20% 20% Exxon 37% 37 37% Firestone 19% 19 19% FtBcpTei FordMot s 19 39% 18% 39 18% 39% GAF Corp 15% 15% 15% GTE Corp 31% 37% 37% GnDynam Genii:lect s 50% 49% 49% 53% 53% 53% Gen Food 40% 46 48% Gen Motors 70*4 70% 70% Goodyear GtAtlPac 26% 26% 26% 12% 12% 12% Gulf Corp Ha Ii burin 55 53% 54% 36% 35% 36 HartcHnk s 20 20 20 Holiday Inn 42% 42% 42% Houatlnd 10% 11% 18% HughesTl 17% 17% 17% Interfst 14% 14% 14% IBM 100% 100% 109% Intl Harv UH ll 11% Int Paper Jeff Pilot 51% 50% 50% 37% 37% 37% JohnaJn 36% 36% 36% K mart 31% 31% 31% KrogerCo 31% 31% 31% LTV Corp 17% 17 17% Litton Ind 61% 61% 61% LoneSta Ind 26 26 26 May DStr 48 48 48 Medtronic 34% 34% 34% Mobil 29% 28% 29% Monsanto 90 89 89*4 Motorola 117% 117 117% Nabiscobrd 42% 42% 42% NYNEX n 62% 61% 61% PacifTel n 57% 57% 57% Penney JC 51% 51% 51% Phelps Dud 24% 24% 24% Philips Pet 41% 40% 41% Polaroid 28% 27% 27% ProctGsmb 47% 46% 47 RCA 31*4 31% 31% Republic Stl 20% 19% 20% RepBankCp Sabine 30% 20% 30% 20% 30% 20% Safeway s 24% 24% 24% SFeSoPac n 22% 22 22% SearsRoeb 36% 36% 36% Shelled 56 55% 55% Singer Co 23% 23% 23% Southern Co 14% 14% 14*4 Southland 33 32% 32% SwstBksh 25% 25 25% SwstBell n 61% 60% 60% Sperry Cp StdOilCal 40% 39% 40 34% 34% 34% StdOillnd 49% 49% 49% StdOilOh 44% 44% 44% SunComp 55 54% 54% Tenneco 38% 38% 38% Texaco Inc 39% 39% 39% TexComBn 43% 43% 43% TexKastn 61% 61% 61% Texas Inst 128% 127% 128% Tex UU! 23% 23% 23% Trane 39*4 39*4 39% Un Carbide 54% 53% 53% UnPacCp 46% 45% 46% US Steel 28% 28V4 28% USWest n 61% 60% 60% UniTel 20% 20% 20% Unocal 36% 36% 36% WalMart s 32% 32% 32% Westgh El 47% 47 47% Xerox Cp 42% 42% 42% Zenith R 26% 26% 26% Canyon to host council tournament attracted 47 schools, and more than half of them were in the 5A division. Canyon High School will serve as host for the spring district convention of student councils Saturday, Twelve high schools will be represented by more than 200 students at the all-day session. The meeting’s main business will be the election of district officers, which will be proceeded by campaign activities. Oaig Timberlake, a speaker from the University of Texas in Austin, will address the group. Delegates will be served a German meal at noon, followed by German dancing and singing patterned after Wurstfest. The afternoon session will be divided into discussion groups, with newly-elected board    of directors meeting at the end of the day. Dr. Judith Ann Jonke Podiatrist - Foot Specialist Medicare Approved lither*! ut UieOildi K SU i)t 'toot 01 SUf 1 THINK HOTEL ACCOMMODATIONS THINK SBENDA'S TKAVEL CENTER WALNUT SQ SHOPPING CENTER 65*7358    ill-7818    306-5004 San Antonio    Nm at—Ixia    San    Marco* Sts. Peter and Paul sets registration Sts. Peter and Paul School has set registration for 1964-65 pre-school and kindergarten students Feb. 20 and 29. Registration for pre-school children will be Feb. 20 beginning at 8 a.m. in the preschool classroom at the school, 198 W. Bridge. For a child to be accepted, parents must bring a copy of the baptismal certificate, a copy of the birth certificate and a copy of the immunization record for the child. All three certificates will become part of the permanent school record. School officials note that all three documents must be taken to the school for registration. Kindergarten registration will be Feb. 29 beginning at 8 a.m. at the kindergarten classroom at the school. Parents must also bring copies of the child's baptimal certificate, birth certificate and immunization record for the school’s permanent records. Locals win ribbons at S.A. show SAN ANTONIO -Eight Comal County 4-H members won ribbons at the San Antonio Livestock Show and Rodeo this week. The winners in the steer category were: Adam Laubach, 4th place; Michael Johnson, 5th and 8th places; and Parker Johnson, 6th and 7th places. Two members placed in the hog division — Colby G Godson, who received a ribbon, and Billy Jean McIntosh, who received a 1st place in Chester White. Placing in the lambs division were Clay Mathis, 6th place, Southdown; Lance Jonas, lith place in Medium Wool Cross; Justin Jonas, 13th place in Light Fine Wool, 7th place in Medium Weight Cross and 1st place in Lightweight South-down; Cole Reinerz, 21st place in Light weight Cross; Ellen Eckhardt, 26th place in medium wool; and Miles Gibbs, 21st in Heavyweight Fine Wool and 19th place in Heavyweight Medium Wool. PROFESSIONAL CLEANING 20% OFF! CAPRET CLEANING: 20% off for 3 rooms or more. UPHOLSTERY CLEANING: 20% off for mini mum job (sofa and 2 chairs or sofa aid love-seat) or more. Offer good thru February 29. IMA 1630 Hwy Bl West CALL FOR FRFE ESTIMA TES 828-1322 Hivercres! Professional Plaza 1280 I Common St N B 512 625 bfalA C. RAY SCHOCH Certified Public Accountant Announces The Opening of his office for the practice of Public Accountancy Summit Center Executive Offices 2405 IH 35 West New Braunfels, Texas 78130 San Antonio Phone (512) 658-7312 New Braunfels Phone (512) 625-6680 Member of lh*? Amene an Institute and Texas Society of Certified Public AccountantsCandy land Carl Schurz School students (from left) Amy Reneau, Kyle Herman, Wade Lindeman and Brandon Dieted investigate the candy their school will be selling beginning Friday. The students are raising money for the Carl Schurz PTA, and the sale goes on through Feb. 24. ;

Share Page

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: February 16, 1984

RealCheck