New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 18, 1987, Page 4

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January 18, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 18, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas MLK remembered By The ASSOCIATED PRESS Americans were urged to rededicate themselves to the principles espoused by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. as the slain civil rights leader was remembered in ceremonies marking the anniversary' of his birth. The memory of King “should serve not just as an inspiration to black Americans, but to each and every one of us, to stand firm for our principles and to strive to better ourselves and our country," President Reagan said Thursday in a television address made available to schools nationwide. “During his short life span he touched the lives of every American and helped dismantle the legal vestiges of discrimination and racism," Reagan said. King, a Baptist preacher awarded the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize for his leadership of the civil rights movement in the 1950s and ’60s. was bom in Atlanta on Jan. 15, 1929 He was shot to death in Memphis, Tenn., in 1968. His birthday was Thursday, although a federal holiday and many-state holidays in his honor will be observed Monday. The federal holiday was first observed last year. About 500 people gathered at the Capitol rotunda to mark the occasion in Topeka, Kan., the site of a landmark 1954 school desegregation case Five black families in Selma. Ala., the site of a bloody confrontation in 1965 between civil rights marchers and police, moved from a rural slum known as Slave City into modem, federally subsidized apartments. The move, the first phase in a project to relocate 17 households, was timed to coincide with King's birthday. “This is the best way to demonstrate our love and respect for his dream." said lawyer Rose Sanders. In the nation's capital, a wreath was laid on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, where King delivered his famous “I have a dream" speech in 1963. U.S. Education Secrtary William Bennett taught a class of Atlanta third-graders about King, and later addressed an assembly at the Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change King “played a role in helping to topple Jim Crow. changed forever life in the South and profoundly altered the course of American history.” Bennett said King "taught us of the importance of peace, but also of the value of struggle He taught love, but also show ed how deep the hatred of others can at times become. He awoke this country to its greatest failing, while awakening it to its greatest promise." Obituaries Walter A. Dietz Services for Walter A. Dietz of 627 Lakeview, Apt. 103 will be at 2:30 p m. Monday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev. Harold Zirkel of New Braunfels officiating. Burial will be in Mission Burial Park South in San Antonio. Dietz, 88, died Jan. 17 at McKenna Memorial Hospital. Dietz was bom July 9,1898. to Edward and Else (nee Stachelhausen) Dietz in Bexar County. He married Mamie Bell in San Antonio on May 28.1928. She preceded him in death in June 1969. Dietz was retired from the civil service. He was a New Braunfels resident for about IO years and was a member of the Masonic Police Report — A $1,222 airconditioner compressor was reported stolen by Gruene Mansion Inn. located at 1275 Gruene Road According to police reports, the theft could have happened as far back as June of 1985 — Nothing was turned up missing in an apparent break-in at the Producer’s CoOp, 210 South Casten, it was reported Thursday. — A forged check for $88 29 was passed at the Paul Bruner Depart ment store located at 209 West San Antonio Street — The verbal threatening of a teacher at Canyon Middle School Thursday led to the arrest of a 14-year-old male juvenile according to police reports — Sylvia Rodriguez. 387 South Peach Street, reported a burglary Thursday evening resulting in the loss of a VCR unit valued at $600. Weather Buy This Browning Home Security Vault to Protect Your Valuables" Brouze to You for $32.90 a Month* by Doc’s Guns of New Braunfels. MMM appiBWiCMI • tori*** Ute Tai •md Doc's Guns UDN W.ilnut 61'i 1/16 Lodge No. 8, A F. A A M in San An tonio. Survivors include one son. W J. Dietz of Seguin, one step-son, Bill Feille of Austin: three sisters Linda Adams. Lillie Classen and Alma Adams, all of New Braunfels; eight grandchildren and nine greatgrandchildrenPaul E. Thompson Graveside services for Paul E. Thompson of 5402 27th St. in Lubbock will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park with the Rev. J. Linwood Kennedy of New Braunfels officiating. Thompson, 67, died Jan. 15 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Lubbock Memorials may be made to the Paul E. Thompson MathematicsFund Continued from Pose 1A are strapped for money, so New Braunfels’ fund actually is not bad,” he said, adding that Michie is noted around the state in city management circles as being somewhat of a financial strategist. “Deficit contingency, operating reserves, emergency reserves, operating balance, call it what you want, it’s all the same. You must have excess money to meet the demands and needs of the community in case of any unforeseen events,” the league official stated. 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 year's operating costs. “We are not going to be able to get through the current budget year without going into the fund,” he replied. “It's a roll of the dice, a judgement of a city's council. You just hope there are no bad circumstances that cause you to use your reserve monies," Willis added noting that amounts of contingency funds fluctuate from year to year. “Ideally you would like for it to remain the same every year, but it just doesn t work that way,” he said. Fewer than 75 people take part in Edwards Aquifer director vote Scholarship Fund at Texas Tech University, not the Paul E. Harris Fund as reported earlier.Lawrence Olson Lawrence Olson. 81, of 20 Ridge Drue died Jan. 16 at McKenna Memorial Hospital Graveside services were at 3 p m. Saturday at Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery in Houston with the Rev. Rick Childres of Houston officiating. Olson was bom Sept. 29. 1905, to Hagbardt and Matilda (nee Gunderson Olson in Norwich, N.D. He married Undine Olson in Conroe on Aug. 27. 1934 She preceded him in death in 1965 Olson was a New Braunfels resident for six months after moving here from Bellaire. He was a member of the Bellaire United Methodist Church. Survivors include one daughter, Barbara Simons of New Braunfels; one son. Larry Olson Jr. of Houston; two sisters. Thelma Kane and Ragna Hendrickson, both of Minot, N.D.; and two grandchildren. Services are under the direction of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home.Leroy Penshorn Leroy Penshorn. 66, of 4138 Longvaie in San Antonio died Jan. 15 at Northeast Baptist Hospital In San Antonio Services were at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at IO a.m. Saturday with the Rev Harry Owens of San .Antonio officiating. Burial was in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park with Masonic graveside services. Penshorn was bom Nov. 9. 1920, to Edwin W and Carne Belle (nee Smith Penshorn in New Braunfels. He married Dorothy Ullrich in New Braunfels on Dec. 14. 1945. Penshorn had lived in San Antonio since 1961. Sun Ivors include his wife. Dorothy Penshurn of San Antonio, one daughter. Jo Ann Ross of San Antonio two sons. Rick Penshorn of San Antonio and George Penshorn of Austin; two brothers, Edward Pen shorn of San Antonio and Lloyd Pen shorn of Marion; and six grandchildren Meta Scheel Services for Meta Scheel of 154 FM 1863 will be at IO a rn. Monday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Rev Bob Maas officiating. Burial will follow in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Scheel, 77, died Jan 16at McKenna Memorial Hospital. Scheel was bom July 21, 1909, to Louis and Helene (nee Haas) Kaderli in Comal County. She married Erwin Scheel in New Braunfels on Aug 16. 1930. Scheel was a lifetime resident of New Braunfels and was a member of the Freedom Fellowship Church. Survivors include her husband, Erwin Scheel of New Braunfels; one daughter, Rosie Bueehe of New Braunfels; three sons. I^eRoy Scheel, Harvey Scheel and Danny Scheel, a1! of New Braunfels; three sisters, Loni Pape and Selma Haas, both of New Braunfels, and Irene Jonas of Blanco; one brother, Lano Kaderli of New Braunfels; and seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Harvey Scheel. LeRoy Scheel, Danny Scheel, Chester Bueche, Pete Meckel and Jimmy Stevens Memorials may be made to the Freedom Fellowship Church Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Chapman; Route 2. Box 656M; 7 pound. 7 ounce girl; Jan. 15. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Culp, Route 3. Box 525AM. San Antonio; 7 pound, I ounce boy; Jan 15. Mr and Mrs. Gary Parks Route 4. Box 368NB; 7 pound. 5 ounce girl. Jan. 15. Water Watch Comal River................. 534 cfs (up 127) Canyon Lake inflow 1,443 cfs (down 566) Canyon Lake outflow  1,450 cfs (same) Canyon Lake level...........910.6 (down .1) Edwards Aquifer............. 627.75 (up .03) Texas Forecast    mainly in the monday except mid 40s along the river SOUTH TEXAS Decreasing clouds from the west Sunday Con    E    * tended Forecast tinued windy and cold Fair and cold    Monday    through Thursday Sunday night and Monday. Highs Sunday upper 30s north to mid 50sex- SOUTH TEXAS: Mostly cloudy treme south. Lows Sunday night in and cold tuesday and wednesday the 20s and 30s except near 40 lower with a slight chance of rain lower no coast Highs Monday in the 40s and grande valley mostly cloudy and SOS.    warmer thursday, with a chance of NORTH TEXAS Snow accumula    rain western sections highs tuesday lions of I to 4 inches possible west    and wednesday 4<)s north to 50s south Cold rain changing to freezing rain    warming thursday to the 50s north to by early Sunday central portions    60s south low* tuesday and wednes- Decreasing clouds from west Sunday day in the 20s north to the lower 40s with freezing rain and snow ending south warming thursday to the 30s during the morning central and west north and 4os south Cloudy with scattered rain east NORTH TEXAS Rain ending over Highs Sunday 26 west. 34 central and the east Monday night No further 44 east. Decreasing clouds and cold precipitation expected through areawide Sunday night Lows 18 Thursday Lows will be in the 20s west. 22 central to 27 east fair and west to the lower 30s east Highs on warmer Monday Highs 38 northwest Tuesday and Wednesday will be in to46south central.    the40s Highs on Thursday will warm WEST TEXAS: Winter storm war- into the upper 40s to the mid 50s ning in effect for Panhandle. South WEST TEXAS. Mostly clear Plains, Permian Basin, southwest throughout the period with below mountains through Sunday morning seasonal temperatures Lows Travelers advisory in effect for Con Panhandle in the teens Highs mid cho Valley through Sunday Locally 30s rising to mid 40s Thursday. Lows heavy snow possible Panhandle. South Plains in the teens, rising to South Plains, Permian Basin, far lower 20s Thursday Highs upper 30s west and southwest mountains rising to mid 40s Thursday Permian Chances of snow decreasing by noon Basin and far west lows around SO Sunday most areas Partly cloudy to mid 20s Highs around 40 warming Sunday night and decreasing clouds to near 50 Thursday Concho Valley. Monday Lows through Sunday night lows in the 20s Highs mid 40s warm mainly In the teens except in the mid mg to near 50 Big Bend area lows In to upper 20s along the Rio Grande the 20s Highs tos mountains and 50s Highs mid 20s to near 30 Sunday and Big Bend valleys. Worried About the R ising Crime Rate? You Can Buy Peace of Mind for $32.90 a Month* Few Comal County residents ventured out in the rain and cold Saturday to vote in an expensive election to choose a representative to the Edwards Underground Water District. County Oerk Rosie Bosenbury said 67 voters turned out. Jack Ohlrich, who ran unopposed, took all but one of the votes cast. Betty Lou Rushing, former New Braunfels City Council member, got one write-in vote. Including five absentee votes, Ohlrich took 71 of the 72 ballots cast Ohlrich was appointed to the water district board in January 1986, to serve out the unexpired term of Carroll Hoffman. Hoffman resigned when he moved out of the district. Olhrich is one of three Comal County representatives on the water district board. Kenneth Ikels andHarald-Zeltung (USPS 377 800) Published Sunday morning Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co 186 S. Casten Ave , or P O Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Texas 78131 1328 Second Cass hostage paid by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co at New Braunfels, Texas DAVID KRAMER Editor and Publisher JIM WEBRE Managing Editor DEBORAH LAWRENCE Office Manager SANDI HUTTER Retail Advertising Manager CHERYL MCCAMPBELL Classified Manager CAROL AVERY Circulation Manager MAGGIE LOMBARDO Composition Foreman GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman DANAOVERSTREET City Editor WANDA LASATER Lifestyles Editor TOM LABINSKI Sports Editor Subscription Rates (includes applicable sales tax) Carrier delivery in Comal. Guadalupe. Hays, Blanco and Kendall counties: three months. $10.99; six months, $19.02; one year, $34. Senior Citizens Discount (carrier delivery only): six mon tbs, $15 83; one year, $28-49. Mail delivery outside Comal County, in Texas: three months, $19.13; six months. $34, one veer, $43.7*5. 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