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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 13, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas January Weather Continued from Page 1 to enter an agreement lor a watersh ed management Funds at present earmarked for such a study total some pen ding a second municipal contribution later this Site development tees enacted with the adoption of the cur rent interim ordinance have generated half of those monies with the rest coming from city committ Mayor Ed Sciantarelli questioned continuing with the study at present Obituaries Sara Beth Sutton Graveside services for Sara Beth Sutton of 1073 Linde were at 10 Tuesday at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park with the Euclid Moore died Sunday at her She was born May to and Patty nee Bass King in She married Gene Sutton in Ranger on Sutton work ed as a bookkeeper at Sumac Accoun ting and was She was a New Braunfels resident for two and onehalf Survivors include her Gene Sutton of New Braunfels one Patty Reuslnk of San Antonio two Bart Sutton of Seguin and Bass Sut ton of one Lee King of Grand Prairie and three Memorials may be made to Anderson Cancer Institute in Services were under the direction of Zoeller Funeral Arthur Lange Arthur of 575 Southeast Terrace died 11 at Colonial Manor Nursing Ser vices were at Tuesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Ron Walter of New Braunfels Burial was in San Geronimo Cemetery in Lange was born July to Otto and Clara Makowski Lange in Guadalupe He married Marcella Beikirch in Guadalupe County on July She preceded him in death on Lange was retired and had lived in Daly Survivors include one Eleanora Dolan of San Antonio and one Lange of Nolan Memorials may be given to the American Heart Association or the charity of ones Leonie Dischinger Leonie of 2241 46 in New Braunfels died 11 at 318 FM Private graveside ser vices were at 9 Tuesday at Com al Cemetery with the Hermann Sons Lodge of Dischinger was born in Comal County to Franz and Anna time since building activity has slow He said he felt monies in the fund could be better used or other things since the city has had to cut back on other services because of budget Since council action for re quests required no expenditure of Sciantarelli hinted the option is open for council to put the project on hold when a contract comes before the Gene chairman of the drainage noting that developer fees paid in good faith would have to be refunded should council not continue with the said it will be very unfortunate if we delay City Engineer Bill Dobrowolski asked council not to postpone what you are going to do On behalf of the Rutherford presented council with a broad scope of services for watersh ed He said the pro gram would be user friendly In terms of understanding and im plementing drainage ordinances and that the project would be financially He added that he hopes nee Goebel She married Edward Dischinger in Comal County on He preceded her in death in Dischinger was a housewife and was a life member of the Mission Valley Bowling She also was a member of Hermann Sons Lodge Survivors include three Carmen Voss of Austin and Alice Oberkampf and Yvonne both of New Braunfels two Frank Dischinger and Reno both of New Braunfels one Linda Terrell of Burleson ten grand children and nine great Memorials may be given to the Christiand Corral Boys Ranch or the charity of ones Services were under the direction of Doep penschimdt Funeral Gladys Ruby Led man Services for Gladys Ruby Ledman of 114 Kelly Lane will be at Wenesday at Lakeside Baptist Church with the Larry Singletary of New Braunfels of died 11 at McKenna Memorial She was born to Charles and Mabel nee Leake Woodard in She married Hal Ledman in Louis on Ledman was a housewife and was Survivors include her Hal Ledman of New Braunfels one Doris Evey of Kirby five grandchildren and three great She was preceded in death by one Hal Jay Services are under the direction of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Memorials may be made to the American Heart Cleveland Caddell Cleveland of Seguin died in Kerrville Services were at 1 Tuesday at Goetz Memorial Chapel in Seguin with the Donald Duncan of New Braunfels Burial was in the San Geronimo Caddell worked for the Guadalupe Blanco River Survivors include three Evelyn Erben of New Margie Renea Nickell of McQueeney ana Cynthia Ann Chart ton of San Marcos five Daniel Lee Caddell of Johnny Clarence Caddell of Corpus Christ and Ronny Jackson Robert William Caddell and Jamey Ray all of Seguin five sisters four brothers and 11 He was preceded in death by one Frank Edward Peter Anthony Vogel Funeral services for Peter An thony Vogel were held at 10 to day at Jerome Catholic Church in Martinez wtih the Charles Schraub as Interment followed at Jerome Catholic Rosary was recited in Dellcrest Funeral Home chapel in San Antonio died He was born 1896 in New Braunfels to Franz and Anna nee Reininger who came to this country in the He and his wife Cleora were married on 1924 in Honeycreek Joseph They celebrated their 50th wedding an niversary on Vogel farmed all his first in the Fratt Immediately following their the Vogels moved to where he retired in Vogel was active in his church and on 1974 was awarded the Archbishop Francis Furey Medal in recognition of ex cellent service to the Catholic After their and Vogel moved to New Vogel is survived by his wife Cleora children Roman and Mackey Vogel of Pipe Norbert and Louise Norwin and Elrine and Vivian and Jerry all of Marilyn and Fred Katc smorak of and Herman and Nlta Vogel of Hedwig brothers Ottmer Vogel of San An tonio and Kilmer Vogel of Austin sisters Hilda Engel and Irma Ratke of San Antonio 18 grand children 12 greatgrandchildren and numerous nieces and Public Records Comal County CourtatLaw Judge Ron Prichard Stephen 505 Oak license suspended one 9 days Michael 1523 Shannon 60 days probated for two Charles 10734 60 days pro bated for two Timothy Box Spring 60 days probated for two 12 days shock Marriages Jonathan Lewis to DeAnne Arm strong 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Sunday Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell or Drawer New Texas Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels Herald Publishing at New DAVID KRAMER Editor and Publisher JIMWEBRE Managing Editor DEBORAH LAWRENCE Office Manager SANDI HUTTER Retail Advertising Manager CHERYL McCAMPBELL Classified Manager CAROL AVERY Circulation Manager MAGGIE LOMBARDO Composition Foreman GUSELBEL Pressroom Foreman PANAOVERSTREET City Editpr WAN DA LAS ATE R Lifestyles Editor TOMLABINSKI Sports Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall counties three tVMP one Senior Citizens Discount carrier delivery pnjy six one Man steJMyery ottWais comai in Tews thrte sjx one oytsiae Texas sjx 142 one yaw htye noj yoyr by Tuesday gr fey 7 and to address developers will not shy away because of misinformation or an aura that it is too tough to build here when in fact it is Dobrowolski called the scope a major undertaking that en compasses several professions In cluding meterological and Council memberatlarge Barbara mayor at the time the original drainage committee was said we are half way Year after year we talk about drainage and nothing gets I would hate to see us cut this We can not procrastinate on this Max council adding I feel we have to go forward with this Precinct 2 member Loraine Kraft and Mayor protern Ramon Chapa said they will need to review the study in greater detail before deciding whether to support the pro As New Braunfels grows and more concrete and impermiable surfaces replace soil and permiable more and more water can be ex pected to run off into streets and sub Water Watch Comal Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Edwards Texas Weather A highpressure ridge kept mostly skies fair around most of Texas this except in the south where an upperlevel disturbance over nor thern Mexico continued to sweep moisture into the Light rain and showers dampened the lower Rio Grande Valley and most of Southeast as well as the middle coastal plain near Palacios and parts of Southwest the National Weather Service Lowand middlelevel clouds were noted over most of South and East while highlevel clouds covered most of North Texas and the central parts of West Clear skies prevailed hi the Panhandle and far Early morning temperatures were downs efs down same same mainly in the 20s and 30s in West Texas and in the 50s in South Fortydegree readings were common elsewhere around the The forecast calls for generally cloudy skies statewide through tonight except for clear skies in the Panhandle and far There should be occasional rain tonight in South Texas and southeast North Texas Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Cloudy with occa sional rain Decreasing cloudiness and warmer est rain or showers east Lows tonight upper 40s north and west to the mid 50s lower coast and Highs Wednesday upper 50s Southeast Texas to the upper 60s west and A burglary late Friday morning at the residence of Vera 1145 netted theives a microwave a clarinet and a jewelry box worth containing various pieces of costume according to New Braunfels police Access was reportedly gained by theives through an unlocked rear door at the residence of Barbara Cun 292 Friday even resulting in the loss of a GE 18inch Three checks forged in December were turned over to police investigators by 843 San An tonio The checks totalled Rebecca of 2552 was arrested by police Friday evening for the theft of worth of cosmetics from Krogers on Highway 81 Also Friday Roddy Lee of 2 Box New was arrested at the Walnut Square shopping center for the unlawful possession of a The Quality 375 Texas 46 filed two complaints of theft of service In the first inci a suspect reportedly fled sometime Wednesday owing two days a loss of In the a suspect driving a Ford vehicle with Ohio license plates left owing the motel Cora of 300 Laurel reported Saturday the theft from her residence Friday of a wallet and Police believe a pellet gun was used to shoot at a car driven by Maer rith a 58yearold while she drove in the 1100 block of Canyon Drive Saturday She related to police that the drivers side window suddenly shattered as a car The woman was not reportedly Nothing turned up missing after a daylight breakin Saturday of a residence owned by Royal Reiss at 495 Antonio of 265 reported his 1978 twodoor cream and tan colored Pontiac Gran Prix It was reportedly taken from an address given as 180 Houston Street sometime Saturday morning and is valued at An assault complaint was filed Saturday by Sylvia who gave an address in rural Comal The incident reportedly took place at 1820 No arrests were made by In a seperate Pamela also complained of an assault that occured Sunday Two gold valued at were reported taken from the residence of Roy 409 The theft reportedly occured Thursday afternoon though it was not reported to police until Also reported Sunday was the theft of cash from the residence of Denise 1050 Coll sometime Sunday QOX LEARN 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