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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 18, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas MLK remembered January By The ASSOCIATED PRESS Americans were urged to rededicate themselves to the prin ciples espoused by the Martin Luther King as the slain civil rights leader was remembered in ceremonies marking the anniversary of his The memory of King should serve not just as an inspiration to black but to each and every one of to stand firm for our prin ciples and to strive to better ourselves and our Presi dent Reagan said Thursday in a television address made available to schools During his short life span he touched the lives of every American and helped dismantle the legal vestiges of discrimination and Reagan a Baptist preacher awarded the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize for his leadership of the civil rights move ment in the 1950s and was born in Atlanta on He was shot to death in in His birthday was although a federal holiday and many state holidays in his honor will be observed The federal holi day was first observed last About 500 people gathered at the Capitol rotunda to mark the occasion in the site of a land mark 1954 school desegregation Five black families in the site of a bloody confrontation in 1965 between civil rights marchers and moved from a rural slum known as Slave City into federally subsidized The the first phase in a pro ject to relocate 17 was timed to coincide with Kings birth This is the best way to demonstrate our love and respect for his said lawyer Rose In the nations a wreath was laid on the steps of the Lincoln where King delivered his famous I have a dream speech in Education Secrtary William Bennett taught a class of Atlanta thirdgraders about and later addressed an assembly at the Martin Luther King Center for Non violent Social King played a role in helping to topple Jim changed forever life in the South and profoundly altered the course of American Bennett King taught us of the importance of but also of the value of He taught but also showed how deep the hatred of others can at times He awoke this country to its greatest while awakening it to its greatest pro Obituaries Walter Dietz Services for Walter Dietz of 627 103 will be at Monday at Doeppenschmldt Funeral Home with the Harold Zirkel of New Braunfels Burial will be in Mission Burial Park South in San died 17 at McKenna Memorial Dietz was born July to Ed ward and Else nee Stachelhausen Dietz in Bexar He married Mamie Bell in San Antonio on May She preceded him in death In June Dietz was retired from the civil He was a New Braunfels resident for about 10 years and was a member of the Masonic Police Report A airconditioner com pressor was reported stolen by Gruene Mansion located at 1275 Gruene According to police the theft could have happen ed as far back as June of Nothing was turned up missing in an apparent breakin at the Pro ducers 210 South it was reported A forged check for was passed at the Paul Bruner Depart ment Store located at 209 West San Antonio The verbal threatening of a teacher at Canyon Middle School Thursday led to the arrest of a 14 yearold male juvenile according to police Sylvia 387 South Peach reported a burglary Thursday evening resulting in the loss of a VCR unit valued at Weather Water Watch Comal cfs up 127 Canyon Lake cfs down 566 Canyon Lake cfs same Canyon Lake down Edwards up Texas Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Decreasing clouds from the west Con tinued windy and Fair and cold Sunday night and Highs Sunday upper 30s north to mid 50s ex treme Lows Sunday night in the 20s and 30s except near 40 lower Highs Monday in the 40s and NORTH TEXAS Snow accumula tions of 1 to 4 inches possible Cold rain changing to freezing rain by early Sunday central Decreasing clouds from west Sunday with freezing rain and snow ending during the morning central and Cloudy with scattered rain Highs Sunday 26 34 central and 44 Decreasing clouds and cold areawlde Sunday Lows 18 central to 27 fair and warmer Highs 38 northwest to 46 south WEST TEXAS Winter storm war ning in effect for South Permian southwest mountains through Sunday Travelers advisory in effect for Con cho Valley through Locally heavy snow possible South Permian far west and southwest Chances of snow decreasing by noon Sunday most Partly cloudy Sunday night and decreasing clouds Lows through Sunday night mainly in the teens except in the mid to upper 20s along the Rio Highs mid 20s to near 30 Sunday and mainly in the 30s monday except mid 40s along the Extended Forecast Monday through Thursday SOUTH TEXAS Mostly cloudy and cold tuesday and Wednesday with a slight chance of rain lower rio grande mostly cloudy and warmer with a chance of rain western highs tuesday and Wednesday 40s north to 50s south warming thursday to the 50s north to 60s lows tuesday and Wednes day in the 20s north to the lower 40s south warming thursday to the 30s north and 40s NORTH TEXAS Rain ending over the east Monday No further precipitation expected through Lows will be in the 20s west to the lower 30s Highs on Tuesday and Wednesday will be in the Highs on Thursday will warm into the upper 40s to the mid WEST TEXAS Mostly clear throughout the period with below seasonal Lows Panhandle in the Highs mid 30s rising to mid 40s Lows South Plains in the rising to lower 20s Highs upper 30s rising to mid 40s Thursday Permian Basin and far around 20 to mid Highs around 40 warming to near 50 Concho lows in the Highs mid 40s warm ing to near Big Bend area lows in the Highs 40s mountains and 50s Big Bend Worried About the Rising Crime Rate ou Can Buy Peace oi Mind for a Buy This Browning Home Security Vault to Protect Your ValuablesBrought to You for a by Docs Guns of New Site Lodge in San An Survivors include one Dietz of Seguin one Bill Feille of Austin three Linda Lillie Classen and Alma all of New Braunfels eight grandchildren and nine great Paul Graveside services for Paul Thompson of 5402 27th in Lubbock will be at 2 Monday at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park with the Linwood Kennedy of New Braunfels Thomp died 15 at Marys Hospital in Memorials may be made to the Paul Thompson Mathematics Fund Continued from Page 1A are strapped for so New Braunfels fund actually is not he adding that Michie is noted around the state in city management circles as being somewhat of a finan cial Deficit operating emergency operating call it what you its all the You must have excess money to meet the demands and needs of the communi ty in case of any unforeseen the league official Michie related that this is the first time in recent history that the city has needed to dip into reserve funds to finish out a fiscal years operating We are not going to be able to get through the current budget year without going into the he Its a roll of the a judgement of a citys You just hope there are no bad circumstances that cause you to use your reserve Willis added noting that amounts of contingency funds fluc tuate from year to Ideally you would like for it to remain the same every but it just doesnt work that he Fewer than 75 people take part in Edwards Aquifer director vote Scholarship Fund at Texas Tech not the Paul Harris Fund as reported Lawrence Olson Lawrence of 20 Ridge Drive died 16 at McKenna Memorial Graveside ser vices were at 3 Saturday at Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery in Houston with the Rick Childres of Houston Olson was born to Hagbardt and Matilda nee Gunder son Olson in He mar ried Undine Olson in Conroe on She preceded him in death in Olson was a New Braunfels resi dent for six months after moving here from He was a member of the Bellaire United Methodist Survivors include one Barbara Simons of New Braunfels one Larry Olson of Houston two Thelma Kane and Ragna both of and two Services are under the direction of Doeppenschmldt Funeral Leroy Penshorn Leroy of 4138 Longvale in San Antonio died 15 at Northeast Baptist Hospital in San Services were at Doep penschmidt Funeral Home at 10 Saturday with the Harry Owens of San Antonio Burial was in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park with Masonic graveside Penshorn was born to Edwin and Carrie Belle nee Smith Penshorn in New He married Dorothy Ullrich in New Braunfels on Penshorn had lived in San Antonio since Survivors include his Dorothy Penshorn of San Antonio one Jo Ann Ross of San An lonio two Rick Penshorn of San Antonio and George Penshorn of Austin two Edward Pen shorn of San Antonio and Lloyd Pen shorn of Marion and six grand Meta Scheel Services for Meta Scheel of 154 FM 1863 will be at 10 Monday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Bob Maas Burial will follow in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial died 16 at McKenna Memorial Scheel was born July to Louis and Helene nee Haas Kaderll in Comal She married Erwin Scheel in New Braunfels on Scheel was a lifetime resident of New Braunfels and was a member of the Freedom Fellowship Survivors include her Er win Scheel of New Braunfels one Rosie Bueche of New Braunfels three LeRoy Harvey Scheel and Danny all of New Braunfels three Loni Rape and Selma both of New and Irene Jonas of Blan co one Lano Kaderli of New Braunfels and seven grandchildren and four Pallbearers will be Harvey LeRoy Danny Chester Pete Meckel and Jimmy Memorials may be made to the Freedom Fellowship Births McKenna Memorial Hospital and Wilson Chapman Route Box 656M 7 7 ounce girl and Billy Culp Route Box San Antonio 7 1 ounce boy and Gary Parks Route Box 368NB 7 5 ounce girl Few Comal County residents ven tured out in the rain and cold Satur day to vote in an expensive election to choose a representative to the Ed wards Underground Water County Clerk Rosie Bosenbury said 67 voters turned Jack who ran took all but one of the votes Betty Lou former New Braunfels City Council got one writein Including five absentee Ohlrich took 71 of the 72 ballots Ohlrich was appointed to the water district board in January to serve out the unexpired term of Car roll Hoffman resigned when he moved out of the Olhrich is one of three Comal Coun ty representatives on the water district Kenneth Ikels and Craig Hollmig also represent Comal Bosenbury said the costs of Satur days which included 21 will total several dollars per For only 72 thats an expensive she Twenty election judges worked at least 12 hours during the election at about an Most people probably dont even know what the Edward district Bosenbury Since not all county precincts are in the water district and some precincts are Bosenbury could not estimate the number of eligible THERES NO SUBSTITUTE FOR EXPERIENCE Especially when it comes to your tax returns Block been providing a quality tax service for 30 years Thats you can depend BLOCK THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 138 CASTELL Open 9 AM 6 PM 95 Phone 6253810 Docs Guns mi Walnut 6291736 HvraldZtitung USPS 377800 Published Sunday Tuesday Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell or Drawer New Texas Second Class oostage paid by New Braunfels Herald Publishing at New DAVID KRAMER Editor and 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