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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 12, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                September Deaths Andy Califs for Andy of New will be at 2 Friday at Doeppetwchmidt Funeral Home wHh the AF tiwtk of New Bratrfrfete off Burial will follow in Guadafape Valley Memorial died 10 at McKerma Memorial Califs was bom 1909 to Albert and Georgia f nee Holland Caffwfn He married Frieda nee Muffet In March Califs was a resident of Orna County for eight He was a farmer and a member A New Braunfete Christian Survivors include his wife Frieda Callls of New Braunfels daughters Nancy Morris of New Braunfels and Shirley Arthurs of Weather Texas Thunderstorms continued across muct of the northern Texas Panhandle early today and forecasters predicted precipitation would spread southward The storms followed heavy rains in excess of inches on the National Weather Service Other thundershowers developed over the south mania lower Rio Grande valley and ex treme elsewhere In the state were mostly except for fair skies preslstlhg along the lower Hio Grande and southern portions of North Winds were southeast at 10 mph or less across most of Texas and light and variable wind in the southwest and temperatures just before sunrise cooled to the KOs and 70s Extremes were f2 degrees at Arruirilio to 78 degrees at both Also at 5 It was 71 at Midland and DallasFort Worth Airport 72 at Abilene and Austin 70 at Wichita Falls arid Stephenville 75 at Brownsville and Corpus Christ and fift at FJI Paso and Sari San Antonio had 73 degrees and it was B9 in Scattered thunderstorms with partly to mostly cloudy skies were expected tonight in Northwest some possibly Lows tonight should be In the iOs and 70s with the upper 50s confined to the moun tainous Forecast North Texas Scattered thun in the af occur over the entire area through Mostly cloudy to partly cloudy skies will prevail with highs both days ranging from the mid 80s to near tonight Horoscope By Stella Wilder SEPTEMBER 12 Born you are a strongwilled Once you have made up your mind to do some you do and theres nothing more to be You are highly princi pled and not just a little opinionated you are seldom if ever affected by the changing tides of public opinion with in you are often at Passionate and you at fly off the handle at the most in opportune moments you must learn to control your temper at certain Your naturally vital nature should bring you a great many admirers in your Good may be few but they will be inti Your true friends are friends for life there is very little you can do or say to ever turn them against AUo born on this date art Mau actor Olympic track SEPTEMBER 13 VIRGO 22 Keep to yourself early in the day take stock of state of Today may present hazards around LIBRA 22 Your uncanny knack for character judg ment may fail you later in the day it wont affect SCORPIO 21 Fo cus on appearance and as intent and deeds will be overlooked in favor of overall impression SAGITTARIUS 21 Sacrifices made today should result in a hefty reward in the days to Do not hesitate to help another in CAPRICORN 19 Tolerance should serve you especially well today especially if you are tol erant with yourself AQUARIUS 18 En vironmental influences may be unusu ally strong today and will no doubt affect your PISCES 20 Be prepared to take what you get today choosiness may only result in disap pointment and ARIES March 21AprU 19 Cir cumstances today may result in your finding the key to a stubborn problem Mid anothers heart TAURUS April ZO Avoid the temptations ot quick and ewy roads to success unless you son Bin Caflis of sisters Ella Douglas and Beolah Swank of Maggie Hawkins of and Addie Para of 11 grand children and Memorials may be given to the New Braunfels Christian Albert Art Townsend Services will be at 2 today at Zoeller Funeral Home for Albert Art Towfisend of 1238 New The Harold Zirkel wilf Graveside services wifl be at 11 Friday at Sunset Memorial Gardens in died 10 at his He was born April to Albert Arthur and Bertha nee Von crook Townsend hi lie married Louise nee Phillip Townsend jn Townsend lived in New Bratmfeb for three He was the owner of Cardinal Chemical and worked as a petroleum He was a past president of Lfons Club with memberships in Odessa and He was a veteran of World Survivors include his Louise Townsend of New Bratmfels a Carol Stattt ot Albequerque two John Townsend of and Tom Townsend of Garland four Alberta ONieB and Sue both of and Willa Monroe and Lelia both of California and five grand will be in the upper 60s to the lower South Texas Mostly cloudy cen tral and Partly cloudy south and west through A good chance of thunderstorms Friday central and coastal Widely scattered showers west and far Continued warm and highs Friday mid to upper 80s with readings reaching low to rnid 90s tonight East Texas Mostly cloudy tonight with a 20 percent chance of thun Low in the upper Light east cloudy with a 40 percent chance of High in the rnid to upper Easterly wind around 10 West Texas Partly cloudy with scattered thunderstorms through Thunderstorms possibly heavy north Not so warm tonight upper 50s north and far west and 70s Highs Friday mostly in the 90s valleys of Port Arthur to Port OConnor Woman admits purchase of bomb for terrorists SAN ANTONIO AP A 21year old San Antonio woman could face up to 10 years in prison after pleading guilty to buying a bomb for Mexican Irma Gonzalez admitted in federal court Wednesday she bought a dynamite time bomb for terrorists who oppose Mexican President Miguel de la Gonzalez said she met with a who turned out to be a federal and negotiated with him May 22 to sell her a bomb for The agent arrested the woman after she was instructed how to assemble the She also admitted she told the agent she wanted enough explosives to blow up a onestory square foot Births and Martin 229 7 8 and Carlton of San 8 6 want more than your share ot GEMINI May 21June 20 You can afford to be somewhat frivolous as this weeks work has already begun to pay off and handsomely too CANCER June 21July 22 Though you may have a tremendous urge to find a better do not turn your back completely on tradition LEO July 22 You may be particularly sensitive to emotional shifts as you approach a major turning United Future HtraldZtitung IUSPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New rx Dave Kramer Susan Editor Claude Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Sandi Mgr Cheryl Brzozowski Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Pdtor David Patricia YznagaKing Wire Eoitor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one Mail delivery outside Comal In Texas 3 months 6 one year Mail outside Texas 6 one year Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New FOR A FREE ESTIMATE CALL 6258511 Insulated aluminum system helps keep you warmer in cooler in Helps stop Installation is provided by a Sears authorized installer Trobt Sears to yet it installed riyht Mtw It 1 2Mi 1 1 i4 VMM CISD tax rate public hearing set tonight Coma ISO trustees will conduct a tax hearing tonight at Frazier Elementary begmitfjig at The school board took a record vote on the proposed tax rate on Sept and act formal approval for 7 on 18 at Smithson Valley High followed by the boards regular meeting at Board President Leray and trustees Carter torn Bffl Lee ftels and Clay George voted on 3 for the tax The proposal represents a 21cent increase over CTSDs current rate of cents per 8100 CISD Business Manager Abel Campos said the purpose of tonights hearing is to give the public an opportunity to voice regarding the proposed tax No action win be taken at tonights but the board will reconvene afterwards to discuss the districts building An executive session with the districts architects could follow the building program if any action is it win be done in open Coloring contest winners named East winds 10 to 15 knots Seas 2 to 4 feet through Winds and seas higher in and near scattered thunderstorms through Port OConnor to Brownsville East and southeast winds near 15 knots tonight and Seas 3 to 5 feet through Winds and seas higher in and near scattered thun derstorms Extended forecast North TexasNo rain is Highs mid 80s to near Lows mid 60s to near West TexasPartly cloudy and a little warmer clays and fair except isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorms throughout the Highs rnid 80s to near 90 except upper 90s Big Lows 60s except upper 50s far west and 50s South TexasPartly cloudy through the Widely scattered thundershowers along the Rio Grande Highs in the mid 80s to rnid Lows in the mid 60s to rnid The winners and runnerups in its Safe Haven coloring contest have been announced by the New Braunfels Heath Lipke took first place in the 34 age Jason Luna in the 45 age and Amy Grunwald in the 78 age These three youngsters have colored their way to a ride in a NBU truck in the Comal County Fair Parade on Two free adult passes to the fair and worth of free rides will also go to each firstplace Secondplace winners were Mark Adam Noble ages Brett Doeppenschmidt ages and Gabriella Cardenas ages They each will receive two free adult passes to the and worth of free AH runnerups will receive in free They were Crystal Francesca Whitney Reynaldo Gon Laura Jeremiah Ryan Augustin Spencer Bethany Christina Yvette Villanueva and Casey ages Nicholas Chase Roger Jinny Ed Kyle Marry Ann Alice Prlscllla David Todd Scar Noel April Tuch and Alyssa ages Courtney Shannon Misty Joseph Mist Rose Sativa San Tino Jennifer Nicole Courtney Shea and Aaron ages The coloring contest featured a drawing depicting Safe a safety program just for kids spon sored by Teen arrested for killing friend HOUSTON AP A 15yearold boy who was admitted into a San Antonio drug rehabilitation center was arrested for allegedly killing another teenage investigators The body of Wayne James a student at Cypress Creek High was found under a tool box of a pickup truck by Pearland police at about 4 Tuesday The suspect was arrested Tuesday afternoon at the San Antonio Harris County sheriffs detective Jim Brannen He said the youth could not be charged until he is certified as an The 18yearold girlfriend of the suspect notified Pearland police about the detectives She couldnt believe She loves the but shes afraid of Brannen The girl told detec tives her boyfriend at one time was a devil Brannen said was shot about Monday at his home in northwest Harris The assailant then hid Schuberts body under the tool drove to his girlfriends showedher the body and forced her to go with him to abandon the truck in a field in Brannen It was not known why Schubert was he Brennan said the couple walked back to the girlfriends house and stayed there until his mother picked him up at 6 The mother had made an appointment for her son to be see a counselor at the Drug Abuse Programs of America on Tuesday The youth and a drug abuse counselor had flown to San Antonio Tuesday Brannen DAPA officials refused to identify the counselor or say why the boy was taken to San Antonio rather than placed in a Houston drug For legal I cannot comment on it at said Robert program director for the DAPA clinics in The counselor told authorities he was unaware of the killing when he flew with the young suspect to San Final park concert will featue Owens David Owens and friends will be performing at 7 tonight for the final New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department Concertin thePark Music for the evening will include county and Irish top hits from the 1930s and Owens will play a variety of in struments such as highland hammer penny mandolin and Caribbean The concert will be held at the Landa Park dance slab and ad mission is Concert patrons are invited to bring lawn chairs and blankets since seating is Patrons are also encouraged to bring their own refreshments and food for a Glass containers are prohibited in the W 19M Public Notice Southwestern Bell Telephone in accordance with an order of the Public Utility Commission of hereby gives notice that on August the Company filed tariffs which propose revisions to the Joint User Tariffs and implementation of Shared Tenant Services If the tariffs are approved by the Public Util ity the Company will grand father existing customers to the Joint User Tariffs and totally withdraw the Joint User Tar iffs one year after the date of approval of the proposed tariff with one Even after the one year existing sin gleline customers subscribing to Joint User Tariffs may continue their service under cer tain if the tariffs are the provi sion of shared tenant services will require partitioned switching No new rates are being proposed in the aforementioned As a result of the parti tioning of switching some exist ing customers may require additional PBX If the Companys revenues may Company is at this to estimate the additional if which would result The Commission received these tariffs as Docket 6450 and a prehearing conference will be held at Sep tember at the Commissions offices at 7800 Shoal Creek in Persons who wish to intervene or other wise participate in these proceedings should notify the Commission as soon as Motions to intervene should be filed with the Commission on or before September A request to participate or for further information should be mailed to the Public Utility Commission of 7800 Shoal Creek Suite Texas Further informa tion may also be obtained by calling the Pub lic Utility Commission Consumer Affairs Division St 512 or 512 458 or 512 teletypewriter for the Aviso Publico De conformidad con una orden de la Comisi6n de Servicios Publicos de Southwestern Bell Telephone Company anuncia el registro de rruevas las cuales proponen ciertas modi ficaciones de las Tarifas para Usuarios Man comunados Joint User Tariffs y la implementa cibn de Tarifas para Servicios Compartidos por Inquilinos Shared Tenant Services De aprobar la Comisibn tales la Com panfa mantendra vigentes los acuerdos con usu arios actuates en lo que respecta a Tarifas para Usuarios pero descontinuara talesVtarifas a partir del primer aniversario de la fecha en que se aprueben las nuevas Sin existe una excepcibn aun despu6s de tal los clientes con Kneas sencillas que actualmente cuentan con el servicio para Usuarios Mancomunados podran seguir con tal servicio sujeto a ciertas De aprobarse las nuevas las disposi ciones correspondientes a los Servicios Cornpar tidos por Inquilinos requeriran el uso de conmutadores Las citadas tarifas no proponen nuevas Sin es posible que debido a la separa ci6n de equipos de algunos clientes actuates requeriran nuevos troncales De ser los ingresos de la Companfa podrian aumen En la la Companfa no puede deter minar el monto de ingresos adicionales que resultarian de tales La Comisi6n ha registrado este asunto baio el Docket Se llevara a cabo una audiencia pre hminar para discutir todo asunto relacionado con el Servicio Compartido por Inquilinos el lunes 23 de septiembre de a las de la en las oficinas de la 7800 Shoal Creek en Toda persona que desee intervenir o participar en el procesq debe nqtificar a la Comi sion lo antes Las solicitudes de interven ci6n deberan presentarse ante la Comisidn antes del viernes 20 de septiembre del 985 a las de la Las solicitudes de particjpa cidn p infprmaciOn deben dirigirse a Public Utility Commission of 7800 Shoal Creek Suite Texts Para pbtener mayor informacidn debe ilamar a Public Utility Consumer Affairs 51 458Om o 51 0221 sj requiere teJetipp para personas eon Iffllfli WJF   

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