New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 4, 1987, Page 4

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January 04, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Police Report HmMANwig, Naw Brauna*, Taxes Weather Sunday, January 4,1987 _ Police Water Watch Comal River.......................440 cfs (same) Canyon Lake inflow................2,218 cfs (up 8) Canyon Lake outflow...........3,730    cfs (down 60) Canyon Lake level...............913.19    (down    .41) Edwards Aquifer...................627.70 (up .01) Texas Weather    should range from the low 30s into the 40s, followed by highs from the mid Showers and thuriberstorms faded sos to mid 80s on Monday. Saturday as a weak cold front com*    Texas    Forecast plated its Journey across the state and passed into the Gulf of Mexico.    SOUTH TEXAS: Mostly clear and A small area of light rain and some cold Sunday night. Sunny and mild fog remained in northestern Texas in Sunday. Increasing clouds Monday the afternoon. Skies them and in    a slight chance of rain west, southeastern portions of the stayed Highs Sunday and Monday in the 80s, cloudy throughout the day, the Na-    70s    extreme    south    Monday tional Weather Service said.    Lows Sunday night from the 30s cen- A ridge of high pressure that mov- tral and east to the 40s south and ed into West Texas in the afternoon west kept skies clear to partly cloudy over    WEST TEXAS: Generally sunny the rest of the state, the weather ser- and warmer Sunday. Increasing vice said.    cloudiness and warmer Sunday The forecast called for mostly sun* night. Cloudy Monday. Scattered ny skies Sunday in West Texas and rain beginning in the far west Sunday South Texas, with decreasing night increasing and spreading cloudiness across North Texas.    across most of area later Monday. Highs Sunday should be mostly in Lows low 30s north to low 40s ex* the 60s, except for possibly mid 40s in treme south Sunday night. Highs northeastern Texas and the 70s in the Sunday and Monday generally in the extreme south. Lows Sunday night 60sObituariesTheodor C. Kunz Services for Theodor C Kunz of 2004 Ave. D in Hondo will be at IO a.m. Monday at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church with the Rev. Paul Cleary of Hondo officiating. Burial will be in the Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery A rosary will be recited at 7 p m Sunday at St. John's Catholic Church in Hondo. Kunz. 88, died Jan 2 at Medina Community Hospital in Hondo. He was born Dec 4, 1898. to Valentine and Marie (nee Acker) Kunz in Comal County He married Alma Meckel at Wasp Creek on Jan. I. 1923 She preceded him in death in 1982 Kunz was a Hondo resident for eight years after moving there from Comal County He was a retired farmer and rancher and he attended St John s Catholic Church in Hondo and Sts. Peter A Paul Catholic Church in New Braunfels Survivors include one son. Leroy Kunz of Hondo, two grandchildren and one great-grandchild.Joe E. Martinez Joe E Martinez. 81. died Dec 2B in New Braunfls. Graveside services were Friday morning at Comal Cemetery with Joe Machuca officiating. Martinez was born to David E. and Paula Martinez on March 19.1905 in Mexico He married Maria Luisa Sanchez in Atascosa County on Sept. 15, 1948. Martinez was a New Braunfels resident for IO years. He was a retired carpenter and was Catholic. Survivors include his wife, Maria Luisa Martinez of New Braunfels, seven daughters. Mary Vivian Leach of Dallas. Maria Luisa Rodriguez of New Mexico, and Rosita Velez. Lucia Martinez. Rita Evan, Janie Martinez and Mary Ann Martinez, all of New Braunfels; five sons. Joe Martinez Jr. of California, and Louis Manuel Martinez. Frank Martinez. Fred Martinez and Pete Martinez, all of New Braunfels; two sisters. Loysa Campos of New Braunfels and Rosa Cantu of San Antonio; four brothers. Frank Martinez. David Martinez. Ben Martinez and Santiago Martinez, all of New Braunfels ii grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren. Pallbearers were Manuel Martinez, Frank Martinez. Pete Martinez, Joe Martinez. Fred Martinez and Ruben Martinez Continued from Pogo IA have to answer during the coming year will be how to come up with the additional monies needed to operate the police and fire departments. “Myself, the mayor and city council are well aware of and recognize the needs of the police department. We will have to address those problems,” Michie said. Both Boeck and Michie were quick to point out that adding patrolmen costs much more to the city initially than just their salaries. New officers must be provided with an equipped patrol car, uniforms, firearms, radios and fringe benefits. Michie said initial costs to the city for new patrolmen are roughly 130,000 per man. Michie also pointed out that property taxes here, set at 28 cents per $100 evaluation, brings in $1.2 million annually while the police department’s budget alone is well above that. New Braunfels has a low property tax base in comparision to many comparable communities in the state. Hoping to help the department cope with rising crime and manpower shortages, Boeck has prepared a manual that details means of implementing long term community involvement through a crime commission. The booklet is entitled “Crime Control Plan” and a copy has been made available to the city manager and members of council for review and is available for public reading at the Dittlinger Memorial Library. Boeck formulated the manual from several crime prevention studies and is similar to a program currently being used in Victoria. The basic idea, according to the chief, is that a crime commission comprising community leaders set goals and divide the town into regions based on neighborhoods or geographic lines and form subcommittees in each area that will also set goals and discuss and monitor criminal activities or problems and then report to the commission who would then relay those findings to the department to aid in devising solutions to each area’s specific needs. Boeck said such a commission would be virtually cost free to the taxpayers, other than the cost of their time to volunteer to actively work on such a commission. “The idea is to get the community involved and enthusiastic about crime prevention,” Boeck said. “To work, the whole community would have to get involved. We would need the participation of the Chamber of Commerce, the schools, churches, elected officials and the police force to come together.” He said that public awareness and participation is one of the most valuable tools in crime prevention today. Michie said that he has reviewed Boeck’s proposal for a commission here and that he has spoken with the city manager in Victoria concerning their program and said that such a program in New Braunfels could be very effective. “I’m very much in favor of the chief’s proposal. I understand Victoria’s program is very effective and I think we need to get into such a program,” he said in a phone interview from his home Friday evening. The chief also pointed to a relation of narcotics and burglaries. He said control of one can help cut down on crime overall. He said one of the best things to come out of 1986 was the campaign to teach children to “say notodrugs.” “I hope that advertising continues.” Boeck said. “Here you had the president’s wife. celebrities and athletes actively making teenagers aware of the dangers of drugs. It took us 20 years to admit that our country had a drug problem and it’s going to take another 20 years to correct it. I hope that the promotion to teach the children to say no to drugs is not a trendy or flash-in-the pan thing.” Man injured in mishap A New Braunfels man was treated and released from McKenna Memorial Hospital New Year’s day for injuries he received in a traffic accident. Robert Horst Bier. 47, of 4033 Interstate 35 East, received several minor cuts and bruises late Thursday morning when his 1981 Chevrolet Corvette collided with a car driven by Allen Charles Reininger. 23. of 1152 W. Bridge in New Braunfels. Bier was taken to the hospital by EMS personnel His one-year-old -Police Friday investigated the burglary of a residence in which $1200 worth of Jewelry was reported stolen. Linda Seip, of 1106 Hillcrest, said the burglary had occurred Tuesday during the day. Jewelry was reportedly taken from two bedrooms and the living room. Police found no signs of forced entry. -Ofilia Moreno, of 806 E. Basel, complained of an assault New Year’s day. No arrests were made in the incident in which the victim reportedly suffered a swollen head as the result of an attack. -The theft of several clothing items led to the New Year’s Eve arrest of Jean Keller, 26, of 684 Simon. Keller was charged with Cass B theft. The items, taken from Steven Apparel at 360 Landa St., were valued at $168.80. -In two separate incidents, John D. Rifle, of 758 Briarbend and Glenn Jung, of 948 Hollyhock, both complained of the theft of radar detectors from their autos at their respective residences Wednesday. Riffe’s loss was set at $246 and Jung's was $175. •Also on Wednesday, the theft of an electric toed and an air-power tool was reported by Mike Mendoza, of 1064 Churchill Dr. The $594 worth of tools were taken from the victim’s pick-up while parked in the driveway of the residence. Police reported no signs of forced entry. •A pellet gun or small caliper weapon was used to damage the rear windshield of an auto belonging to Helen Mata, of 2B64 Katy Dr. Reported Tuesday, damage was set at $300. -Burglars reportedly cut screen and broke out a window to gain access to the residence of Xavier Viella, of 475 1/2 S. Guenther, Tuesday evening. The victim reported the loss of a VCR, a portable stereo unit and a clock radio. Value on the items was set $580. -Penny Stapleton, of 1346 W. Bridge, reported Tuesday the theft of an air-compressor, a timing light and a tool box from her pick up while parked on the driveway at her residence. Loss was set at $400. -Class C theft charges were filed Tuesday evening against Ramon Garcia, 71, of 148 N. Central after the man reportedly stole several small items, including a package of cold medicine and aspirin, from the Wuest’s Grocery at 659 W. San Antonio St. The items taken were valued at $6.75.BirthsOut of town Russell and Jo Lynn Timmermann of 664 Old Bear Creek Road; 2 pound, 12 ounce boy; Dec. 30 at Santa RosaGBRA_ Hospital in San Antonio. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Reno Koepp and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Timmermann. daughter, a passenger, was not injured. According to police reports. Bier was traveling east in the 1500 block of U.S. Highway 81 East when Reininger' s vehicle, a 1976 Chevrolet Nova, pulled out into the road from the Western Steer Steakhouse Unable to avoid the collission. Bier s auto struck the front left quarter panel of the Nova Neither the driver nor a passenger in the second car received any injuries. Continued from Pago 1A mendation to require a permanent flow was based on the needs of fish and wildlife in the area below the dam. “Basically, it’s for fish and wildlife protection,” said David Curtis. assistant supervisor for the wildlife department’s ecological services field office in Fort Worth. “Specifically, the recommendations are to maintain the protection of the fish population.” The fish and wildlife department presented comments and recommendations concerning the proposed hydroelectric plant when GBRA submitted a license application to FERC. Curtis said those recommendations were based on the results of an instream flow analysis which is a model of fish environments. FERC set the minimum stream flow at 90 cubic feet per second, considerably lower than average stream flows. The license, granted by FERC’s commissioners Dec. 4, states that GBRA “shall discharge from the Canyon Dam Project a continuous minimum flow of 90 cubic feet per second, as measured immediately downstream from the project powerhouse, to protect and to enhance fish and wildlife resources in the Guadalupe River.” Welsch said the river authority basically wants clarification of what he said are contridlcting requirements in the license. Opening statements of the license explain that the concerns of residents opposed to the hydroelectic project are unfounded because the relenses from the dam will not be altered. Part of the license states that: “The project proposed for licensing is a run-of-river facility ... Therefore, GBRA’s operation of the hydroelectric project must See OBRA, Fags ISA Spirit. It s the little edge that keeps you going when everyone else has called it quits. At MBank New Braunfels, we can see that spirit in the faces of our citizens. Feel it in the handshakes of our customers. As we look ahead to 1987, we d like to recognize that kind of spirit and take it with us into the new year. Happy New Year from MBank New Braunfels. That's the spirit. That’s The Momentum Q MBankNew Braunfels A Momentum Bank On tie Plaza Moior Bank al 153 Landa and ai Mam Bank (HUwOff MCorp —I fro HMC ;

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