New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 19, 1985, Page 2

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July 19, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 19, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Body found in parking lot A 79->t aroid Oregon man was found dead tins ti tang outside the Payless < a> " 46. ' Store manat: discovered the is from ( antra returned from a.m. Hts ii -ti pending not if i >rth at Texas -r Arthur Hernandez body of tile man. who Point. Ore., when he the bank about 8:50 e i" being withheld it ion of relatives. The man had parked his car in the employees’ parking area, said New Braunfels emergency medical technician Scott Lee. “So, nobody really paid too much attention. The manager had gone to the bank and when he got back, he noticed something wasn’t right, and then he found the man and called. We got a call for a person that had passed out and we found a 79-year-old man, with no heart beat, no respiration, and no pulse. He was cold and his eyes were fixed and dilated.” Lee, who said the man was laying beside his car, died of a heart attack. After Justice of the Peace Harold Krueger pronounced the man dead, his body was taken to Zoeller Funeral Home. Man charged with burglary A lf* >< ai ..Id San Antonio man was charged v. ith the burglary of a house off Spring Bi inch Road Thursday. Richard Patterson of 110 (.‘flickering, san Antonio, was arrested while using a pay telephone at the Spring Branch Store His bond was set at fi.iKHi p\ Justice of the Peace Fred Stew art Sheriff’s IJeput\ Roger Nolte said Patterson was wearing a ladies watch on his wrist at the time of his arrest. Investigator George Gonzales said the watch and the suspect were both identified by the house owner. Nolte said the owner spooked the suspect when she came home about 4 p.in. He took off on foot, and was seen walking on Spring Branch Road. A woman picked him up and took him to the store, Gonzales said. Stolen property from the residence, including a rifle, a handgun and a video cassette recorder, were recovered on some adjacent property, Nolte said. Other officers who aided in the search were Deputies Dave Taylor and David Pevey. Gonzales was assisted by off-duty deputy Danny Ybarra. -DEBBIE DELOACHStocksStock market levels off NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market showed no clear trend today, levelling off after its strong gains early in the week and Thursday's pullback. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks rose 3.92 to 1,354.84 by noontime on Wall Street. But losers held a 6-5 lead over gainers in the midday tally of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. Monsanto climbed 14 to 524 and G D. Searle rose 4 to 64, in the No. I and No. 2 spots among the volume leaders. On Thursday the companies announced an agreement for a $65-a-share takeover of Searle by Monsanto. Bankamerica, also active, dropped 4 to IT1*. Earlier in the week the company reported a large loss for the second quarter Gainers among the blue chips in the Dow included International Business Machines, up 4 at 1294; General Electric, up 4 at 624, and Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing, up 4 at 804. Aluminum Co. of America rose 4 to 364 despite the company's report of lower second-quarter profits. The NYSE’s composite index of all its listed common stocks gained .ll to 112 92 At the American Stock Exchange, the market value index was up 49 at 236.04 Trading slowed from its active pace of the past two sessions. Volume on the Big Board came to 49.82 million shares at noontime, against 63.91 million at the same point Thursday. Due to equipment problems, the stock Usings were unavailable for publication in today's edition. Weather New Btaunfels Herald Zeitung *    wmm Friday, July 19,1985 Classical pickin' M S i! rn entertains the crowd at the ■it i the Park series Thursday in Landa f lh with his classical guitar. The series will County sanitarian continues variance granting powers LESLIE KRIEWALDT HERALD ZEITUNG bring more musicians and dancers in these free concerts sponsored by the city parks and recreation department. County Sanitarian Bob Stahl still has his authority to grant variances after county commissioners reviewed in Thursday’s workshop why routine variances were happening. The county private sewage facility order had adopted the state construction guidelines, making all permissive language mandatory. Therefore the county regulations were stricter than the state standards. On Thursday, state Department of Health official Steve Tencza told commissioners, “You have special problems because of being over the Edwards Aquifer (recharge zone) and because of the varying soil conditions in your county.” “So making the rules more stringent might be reasonable for our conditions,” said County Judge Fred Clark. However, Stahl explained that some of the standards might become more strict than is practical if all of the state's guidelines are mandatory. "For instance, if we strictly enforced our order and if an impervious layer is found within four feet of the bottom of the bed, we should not allow an absorption system to be put in,” Stahl said. “Given that standard, hardly any absorption systems could be put in Comal County. Only evaporation systems would pass. I give routine variances on that.” Stahl explained that an installer is told to blast and fracture the rock, after which time an absorption system is put in place. Commissioner Bill George said commissioners ought to think about not granting that variance because a lot of the systems put in over rock were leaching out. “It doesn’t matter the size of the lot,” George said. “They (absorption systems over rock) don’t work. We have examples all over the county where these systems are surfacing — systems inspected by your department.” However, none of the other commissioners remarked on whether they would be willing to back up the sanitarian becoming that strict. The developers would have to use much larger lot sizes to accommodate an evaporative system. Stahl said. Other instances in which routine variances are granted include allowing the drain field to be inches closer than the foundation of the house and not requiring the septic tank to be filled with water to test its water tightness. “In many cases there is no water available to test it.’’ Stahl said. “We inspect the tank visually instead.” Tencza said he interpreted the county and state rules as giving the county no room to grant variances, quoting a state rule that said no variance can be granted if it lowers the state’s standards. However, variances granted in Comal County have never lowered state standards because of the permissive language of the state rules. The authority to grant variances was spelled out in a county order which was approved by the Texas Department of Water Resources. Tencza said that there are some areas where the state set mandatory language, such as prohibiting particular kinds of rock from being used in drain fields. At one point, Clark said he was interested in learning why the state allowed a variance when the county had refused it. The suggestion in the state guideline is that a drain field and septic tank be no closer than 150 feet to a well. In the county standards. this is mandatory. Stahl had asked the state to look into the question because the state has the final decision on water s> stems. The district office engineers recommended no variance, but the state already had granted one. “How come we cannot grant a variance to this. but you can ’ " Clark asked the state official. Tencza pointed out that the count) could grant variances on the septic system, but the state had the final word on whether the well was potable. Deaths Marie Erben J( as Funeral Jonas of p.m. Mfir Church in Ernest Iju Rev. Vij officiating Jonas (. Manor Nu Visit iii and conin at Gr • • I Mrs. Ce Service Hwy. 81 V at Zoo!It • Hilmar Burial will Memorial I services for Marie Erben 192 N Mesquite will be 2 ida^ at Grace Lutheran Sa a Antonio with the Rev. nt/ f San Antonio and the ii ' n oz of New Braunfels lit I Ini) 18 at Colonial i sing Horne here. »n w I begin Friday noon a ii til Monday at ll a.rn. lither an I ’hurch. rile Kiaerner for ( et de Kiaerner of 821 ! ill be it 2 p.rn today F tint i a! Home The Rev. Hugrath will officiate. ll Ire ,t Guadalupe Valley Kiaerner died July 17 at Colonial Manor Nursing Home. She was born Jan. 14, 1889 to Albin and Elizabeth (nee Jutzie) Bueche in Ma Beray, Switzerland. Her husband’s name was Gustav. She was a resident of New Braunfels for 23 years. She is survived by her son Goswin Kiaerner of New Braunfels, one grandchild and two greatgrandchildren. Ernesto Morale* Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Ernesto Moralez of Wassau, Mich. Morale*, a former resident of New Braunfels, died Thursday in Michigan. The son of the late Felipe Moralez and Maria Moralez of New Braun- . is the fourth largest pizza company in the world by number of pizzas sold and the number one company in free delivery. Call 629-5662 for fast, free delivery. fels, he was born March 2,1944. He is survived by his wife, Anita (nee Bustos) Moralez of Michigan; two sons, Michael Moralez and Andy Moralez, both of Michigan; a daughter, Mansa Moralez of Michigan; a brother, Albert Moralez of San Antonio; a sister, Maria Or-tuno of San Marcos; and in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. Domingo Bustos of New Braunfels. Hvpsld-Zeitung IUSPS 377 880) lf you have not received your paper by 5 30 p m Tuesday through Friday or by 7 30 a rn Sunday, call 625 9144 or 658 1900 by 7 p m and 11 a rn., respectively. Published Sunday morning and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co, 186 S Casten Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78131. Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S. Casten Ave , New Braunfels, TX 78131. Dave Kramer .... Editor/Gen. Mgr Susan Haire .... Managing Editor Claude Scruggs.......Publisher Shirlene Thornton . Office Manager Sandi Hutter Asst Adv. Mgr Cheryl Brzozowski .... Class. Mgr Don Avery . . . Circulation Manager Carol Avery . Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel........Presa    Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David King........Sports    Editor Patricia Yznaga King . . Wire Editor Subscription Rates (Includes applicable sales tax) Carrier delivery in Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco arid Kendall Counties: 3 months, $10 78; 6 months, $18 82; one year, $33.64 Mail delivery outside Comal County, In Texas: 3 months $18 92; 6 months, $33.64; one year $63.08 Mail outside Texas: 6 months, $42.00; one year $70.00 Postmaster:    Send address changes to P.O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, TX 78131. DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY: Melissa Seena, Fifth Grade, Carl Schurz Texas Mote dry, humid weethei was expected across Tanas today with temperatures again topping th# 10O degree mark in many areas Early in th* day. tcattared lose clouds advanced from ate Gull ol Mexico into •actions of South and South Central T anas Whit# most of th# state was expected to temain dry, an upper level disturbance rn the northern gulf region triggered very heavy thunderstorms over southeastern portions of the state and from near Victoria to west of Freeport and near Beaumont Overnight temperatures were m the 70s statewide except rn the Davis Mountains of Wast Texas where a few mid 60s were raoortad Winds wars generally southerly to southeasterly at speeds of 6 to IO mph The National Weather Service was calling lot mostly cleat skies and tan conditions today through Satutday with temperatures continuing to leach the upper 90s m most atees ol the state and beyond the IOO degree mark m extreme southern areas ol the state and m the Big Bend valleys Some scattered afternoon and evening showers wete expected in some areas of the state today deceasing through Saturday Overnight lows were expected to range from the 60s in the mountains of West Texas to the 70s elsewhere Forecast South Texas Partly cloudy to cloudy through Saturday Scattered to numerous mainly afternoon end evening thun dershowers east decreasing to isolated or widely scattered thundershowers Is* west through Saturday Highs today and Saturday m the mid and upper 80s coast to 90s inland Lows near BO coast to 70s mlend Wast Taxes Par tty cloudy with scattered thunderstorms through Saturday Cooter with a 'aw heavy thunderstorms pusvt> r Panhandle today Highs today near 90 mountains and northern Panhandle to 104 valleys of southwest lows tonight upper 60s mountains to 60s and 70s elsewhere Highs Saturday upper 80s mountain* 90s most sections except near JOA Bg Bend North Texas Mostly (air and hot today w th scattered afternoon and evening thun de* st or ms south central and southeast Mild tonight Some morning hare centra) and east Saturday Otherwise mostly law with scat tetad afternoon and evening thunderstorms south central md southeast Highs today 91 southeast to near IOO south central and west Lows tonight 72 to 76 High* saturday 90 southeast to 99 west Extended forecast Sunday through Thursday North Texas Mostly law with little or no ram expected Temperatures near seasonal normals welt highs rn the 90s and tows rn the 70s West Texas A sight chance of afternoon and evening thunderstorms otherwise partly cloudy days and taw nights continuing Sunday through T uesday Panhandle and South Plain* Highs lower to mid 90s Lows mid lo upper 60s Far West Permian Basin and Conche Valley Highs mid 90s Lows upper 60s to tower 70s Btg Bend Hrght upper 80s mountains to around 102 along Rio Grande Lows uppe< 60s mountains to tower 70s along the liver South Texas - Soma lata night and early morning low clouds Otherwise partly cloudy with scattered mainly afternoon end evening thunderstorms Daytime highs rn the 8Os immediate coast. 90s elsewhere Lows rn tho 70s near BO barrier islands Brought To You By...... 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