New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 24, 1987, Page 2

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 24, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas age 2 Herald-Zeftung. New Braunfels. Texas Tuesday, March 24,1987 Time capsule Obituaries Carroll Hoffmann noticed a stein about to be locked up in a time capsule and urged the crowd to sing Em Prosit before it was sealed away. At left. Council member James Good-bread. County Judge Fred Clark. Roxolm Krueger, Jean Pfeuffer and Dr. Fred Willard put the time capsule into place in the podium at Founders' Oak on Landa Park The capsule was sealed up on Founders' Day Saturday and is to be opened in 2036Council_ Continued from Page I Hampton had operated the facility for the city since 1978 With an admission fee of $2.50. the city hopes to realize some SW.ooo over operating expenditures in the first year Those profits would go into the general fund to offset overall budget restraints Staff received four proposals for management considerations The proposals, which also contained qualifications, proposed capital im provements and management outlines, ranged from a Iou of $24.oho plus 2o percent of gross revenues to a high of $40.(KHI as revenue to the city in exchange for concession rights Those submitting proposals were David Schoenvogel and Larry Wenzel Neu Braunfels Resorts Hampton, and Recreation Systems Camp Warnecke. which received a packet and secured a commitment from a policy underwriter for the required insurance coverage did not submit a proposal, but rather enders cd the idea that the city reassume management because oi the potential financial risk to a private cooees sionaire In a letter. Raymond A Bartram, president of Camp Warnecke, sug jested the city could bo left high and dr\" bv an undercapitalized operator at the end of one poor season” of operations He also noted i potential conflict ot interest with ’he cit\ owned Hillman Island area as well as a problem with the continued private operation of the adjoining Fiedler Property downstream on the west bank of the Comal River City Manager Joe Michie said with the city overseeing the parks operation. attendance numbers can now be verified and gross receipts more accurately accounted for He recommended the city operate the facility for at least one year and then review the possibility of again asking for private management proposals ‘With all the fai ts in mind it would behoove us to take this action due to the time involved We need to move on w ith this Michie told council, ex plaining that the park is set to open in one month Since the matter was not a charter related item council had the right to accept or refuse any or all proposals With the decision the city may have opened itself turther for the possibility of litigation from the Hamptons The Hamptons have re mained tight-lipped about their post tion surrounding termination ot the lease referring all questions to their attorney who has also declined com merit because of the possibility of civ il action against the city Mark Hampton has previously stated that the concessionaires lived up to their end of the agreement and in addition made some quarter ut a million dollars of improvements to the facilityPolice Report Stocks A 41 year old man received serious injuries atter tieing struck in the face by a fleer bottle Hie ma dent, which police say they are un sure of the location, took place in the early morning hours Monday Police responded to tile victim s residence in the 4oo block of Schmidt Road at approximately 12 to a rn and found the man sitting on a couch with his face covered in blood He received a deep laceration to the face and had both his eyes swollen shut ai cording to police reports An arrest dad not tieen made An ll year old tx»y reported tx mg assaults with dosed fists at his residence Sunday evening a. the Joe block of Kessler Street No other details of the assault were disclosed and no arrests were reported Nothing was reported stolen in an attempted burglary Sunday affa noon of an apartment in 'fie .'Hue block of W alligate street An undetermined amount of damage was done to the door a indow of a church in the 5ou blin k of West San Antonio Street I fie im idem in curred overnight Saturday A 27 year old female reported being assaulted Sunday evening on Rhine Road No arrests were reported A casi* of attempted arson was investigated by police Friday even mg at a residence in the 1K(*o nim k <»t West Mill Street Police reportedly recovered a plastic antifreeze bottle that contained gas fumes \ >4 year old man. apparently intoxicated received treatment at McKenna Memorial for injuries fie suffered in an alleged assault that incurred at an unknown location early Saturday morning A 1M78 Kawasaki motorcycle maroon in color and hearing Texas plates 922 B K was reported stolen Friday evening from a residence in the too block of Fast Faust No arrests were made in cornice lion with the theft Friday evening of four cartons of cigarettes valued at $42 from .i convenience store at I alop 337 ami Common Mreet Michael Lynn Frielich 27 of New Braunfels was arrested Friday evening at a grin cry store lo* atm! in the KINI blin*k of VS est Sail Antonio street atter allegedly taking a $4 JO package of rift eyes from the store w ithout pay mg tor them Anyone with information relating to the offense of any felony crime is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 82u TIPS and speak with tin* officer on duty I aile! 'Will not tx- asked lo giv e their names i rime Moppers pays rewards of up to lf one tor informa Hon that leads to th*- arrest and grand jury conviction of persons committing felony * rimes NKW VOLK AP Morning stix. ks Hign I .ow l.as AMK t urb 56'« 55 , 55" \m<’an > 7>2 t Ti 52 Vineritech s ‘32 i 9t - 92' AMI Im 19 18-i I87 Am Motors 4 4 . 4 AmStand St1 J 50 ■- 51 Amer T&T 251 * 24 . 25 Amoco 84 - 83b 84 Armcolnc 8‘ K11 H At IRK MFI J) 18 - . 79 Banc Te.\as Bell.At.lan s 711 ■ 71 TD BellSouth s 41b 40 . 41 Beth steel 7b 7b 7 ■ Bordens 59 j 59 39 * aterpllr 48 - 48 48- (Yntel 63* - 62 , 63 Chevron 39 ■- 58 - 59' I’hrysler s 5511 55' - 551 < ’hry sir a I IT , 37' - 37' (. oustal s .HL 31 b 31T Coe af ola s 48 47 - 47' Coleman 36 38 » 39 Colg Palm 47b 46 , 47' Conn Met I s 18 -1 lh . 18 Delta Airt 58', 58 58 Diamshtn 15-, 15 - 15' Dtamsh wd 15 b 15- 15 UigitalKq s 167' w 165 ■„ 167 DowChem 85 84 - 84 Dressrlnd -28b 28 j 28' duPont l lh7. I IG * 117 h si Kodak 79 •- 78 ■- 79 Knserch •22-. 22' 22' K alexine lb- 16', 16' Exxon 89 87', 88 Federate*) s 49* 49 - 49 Firestone 371 i 37 37' FtBcpTex 4 :ji Flower Ind 25 - •>jji T urd Mot s 82* 81 >- HI GAI* ( p s 44 43 - 43 (ITE Corp s 42' i 41 - 41 GnDynam 76 75*. 76 GenElec no-, 109 lid GenMillss 53'; 52L 53 (.en Motors 79 , 79 79 bn Mot r K 371- 35 * m Goodrich 57 - 57 57s Goodyear 5511 54 7>4 GtAtiPac 34 33 b* (.ult Stal l 9 H-, 9 tiatiburtn iii1 - 35 b 36 liohdayC orp 79 , 79'., 79 Holiday Cp wi ll)1 -t 16 b 16 Roust Ind 18 37', 37' RughesTI J4*k 13% 14 inter!,st 5* i 5% 5* IBM 150 - 149 , 150 Int Pap**r 107 •- 1(8, 107 JohnsJn 92 , 91b 92 19. 18 59 X>b ,4-. 551J 28 b 28b 281 - 16b 16 - 16 . 88 , 78 88 82 . 80 • t 82 » 79*, 77. "91 , 14b 13 . 14 Si, - 55 - J) . >7 36 , 37', t>4 , 62 , M lib 30 . 31 b 49 b 48 , 49 . 44 . 43 44 . 119-, 117b 118 , 53 *« 7,2 - 53'- 15 , 14 , ;t5b 59b 58 . 7,94 60 7)8 MI OTO Provided by Knibbe Financial (.roup i rsij Iwiop 137, Suite ll quotes are us of wing yesterday High hew l.ast 25 2:111 24 ■„ AT Coleman Chrysler I kx*re Kntex Exxon Ford GM Hughes Tool Halliburton Kemper KMurt Lubv Mobil Pillsburv SW Bell' Tandv Texaco VV alMart W P Pepperell Prices mixed NEW \ ORK AP Mock prices were mixed in early trading today The Dow Jones average of to in dustrials was up 0 Ha to 2.364 tilt at lo an on Wail Street In the broader market declining issues led advancers by alxiut t> to 5 with 510 up 602 down and 49o un changed on the New York Min k Kx change The government reported today that that big ticket durable goods shot up t> o percent in February the biggest increase in five months The Commerce Deportment said that orders for durable goods, items ex peeled to last three or more years climbed to a seasonally adjusted total of Slut 2 billion in February compared to a revised total of $95 5 billion in January American Fxpress was up 2D to 791 k in heavy NYSK trading The company after the close of trading on Monday announced a 2 for I common >tock split and said it was selling up to 40 percent of its Shearson Lehman Brothers investment firm Among other active blue chips, A T& I was unchanged at 24 CSA was up . at 28. Eastman Kodak rose to 79 and Texaco w as up 1 - to 35--Volume on the Big Board came to 28 02 million shares in the first to minutes of trading The NYSE’s composite index of all its listed common stocks was off u 09 to 17o 74 On the American Stock Ex change the market value index rose 0 >4 to 09 27 On Monday the Dow Jones industrial average jumped to 26 to 2 ULI 78 a new closing high The rise brought the average s gain over the past five trading days to 115.33 points WeatherEd Montague Services for Ed Montague of Kyle, Texas, will be held at 3 p.m. at Kyle Methodist Church with the Rev Lee Giffen and Rev Lynn Tusha officiating Montague. 93, died March 22. Services are under the direction of Pennington Funeral Home in San Marcos. Montague is survived by his wife. Edna Galbrath Montague, son and daughter-in-law. Carl and Bea Montague of New Braunfels; daughter and son-in-law. Glenn and Nell Patrick Montague of Alabama; sister. Dora Zapalbac of Wimberly; six grandchildren, and 14 greatgrandchildren Pallbearers will be George Vaughn. Joe Robertson. Al Franke. Lawrence Schmeltekopf, Pelican i Red»Simon Donations may be sent to Kyle Methodist Church. P O Box 69, KyleAlfred F. Fischer Services for Alfred F Fischer of 324 Rancho Road will tie held at 2 p rn today at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Rev Jim Hinkhouse of belating Burial will follow at Comal Cemetery Fischer. 93. died March 18 at Nor thwest Mediplex in Austin The stin of Ernest and Clara tux* Kraus** Fischer, he w as born Sept 7. 1893 in Tw in Sisters He married Nor ma Alves in November 1922 in New Braunfels Mrs Fischer diet! in 1982 A resident of New Braunfels for more than 6o years Fischer wav a retired truck driver for Sinclair Oil Refinery He was a member of st Paul Lutheran Church He is survived by daughter Kathleen Litton of Round Kink sister Wally Young of San Antonio brother, VS alter Fist her of Marlin Texas two grandchildren and five great grandchildren Pallbearers will be John Gallagher Eddie Dawson Melvin Haas Peter Parker lx*roy Klinger and Orts ll Kin k Memorials may tx- made to st Paul Lutheran Church Ada Falkenberg Services tor Ada Falkentx*rg of Iii Adam St will tx- held at h* a rn Wednesday at st Paul Lutheran t hurch uruler the direction of /atelier Funeral Horn** Interment will billow at Guadalupe V alley Memorial Park T alkentxTg TU died March J > at S illage Oaks Regional Hospital Hie daughter of Fritz and Annie nee Lmhrugger Neimever tin- vt.o txirn April lo I9i», she married BerCrossword Water Watch Comal River.................... 412 cfs (down 6) Canyon Lake inflow    I 301 cfs (down 31 > Canyon Lake outflow ........1 090 cfs (up 390) Canyon Lake level ...........9i1.i8tdown 15) Edwards Aquifer..... 625 92 (down 04) Forecast    Thursday Alifs i * fiance <d showers north Partly cloudy aud a little SOUTH TEXAS Partly t ioudy cooler Frulav Increasing bomb through Wednesday High Wednes west and south and part y . ioudy rad day 70s north to nos south Lows Saturday Morning low (rom the ins tonight mid 4os to tower ids north and north to near soul ti ILghs Ihurs Mis south    day from the 70s north to Hie .ms WEST TEXAS T au tonight sui eolith Highs Friday and Saturday ny again Wednesday except increas mostly in Uh* .os ing cloudiness in the far west Con WEST TEXAS Partly cloudy and tinued below seasonal temperatures L q a n c e of showers or Lows tonight 27 Panhandle and thunderstorms with temperatures mountains to 4o south Highs W (Hines below seasonal normals Panhandle day 48 Panhandle to m> southeast and lows in low to mid os High in the upper 70s Big Bend valleys    os south Plains low mid -is to NORTH 'TEXAS hail arid cool near 4o Highs near *>*> Permian tonight Partly cloudy and continued Basin lows near lo Highs low to mid mild Wednesday Highs Wednesday 60s Concho Valley lows in the low to 60 northwest to 74 southeast Lows mid 40s Highs mid 60s to near 7o Ear tonight 38to44    West lows mid tos near 4o Highs in Extended Forecast    mid to upper ohs Ba. Bend .mea lows Thursday through Saturday ;,K mountains to ’« ar > plateaus Highs Tos mountains to around ho Big SOUTH TEXAS Month clouds Bend valleys Arnold Continued from Page I Schmitz Hotel on Main Plaza My father didn t retire until he was 72 ” said Elmo Tom Arnold Jr , who explained that his parents then traveled around th** country in between Elmo s fishing trips ‘He lived fishing, his family naut services for Elmo Arnold of 4*.r> s Union will be held at IO a in Wednes day at Sis Peter and Paul Catholic Church with the Rev Eugene O C attaghan officiating A Rosary will be recited at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at 7 p rn tonight Interment will follow at sis Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery The son of Joseph and Minnie (nee Itmann) he was born March 4 IWM nhard Falkenberg on Dec 13, 1941, in Brownwood A resident of New Braunfels for 50 years, she was a kitchen supervisor for New Braunfels ISD. a member of St Paul Lutheran Church and a member of VFW Post 7110 Auxiliary and Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary. She is survived by husband. Bernhard Falkenberg of New Braunfels; three daughters. Ann Baese of New Braunfels. Jean Davidson of Rockwall, and Gail Dolle of New Braunfels, sister. Elsie Meyer of San Antonio, four brothers, Rudolph Niemeyer of San Antonio, Louis Niemeyerof New Braunfels. Herbert Niemeyer of Knippa and Victor Niemeyer of Knippa; 15 grandchildren Helen Tomlinson Helen Tomlinson of 7 hi Howard St ■22. died March 22 at Colonial Manor Nursing Home Tomlinson was 87 Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home is handling the arrangements The body will tx*cremated The daughter of Wilbur F and Pearl net* Van Doren Tomlinson, she was born Sept 13. 1H99 in VV iscon-sin Tomlinson had lived in New Braunfels sine*- P*>8 she had txx*n director of psychology at Lackland AFB and had a Phi > in psychology Tomlinson is survived by a sister Ruth Djupman of Delavan VV is Mary Woods Services tor Mary VVihkIs iii od Lakeview Blvd will in* held al J p rn Wednesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev J tan wtxxt Kennedy officiating Interment will follow at Mission Burial Park South in San Antonio VV ikni *r< died March 22 al Eden Home tor th*- Aged Dx- daughter ut John Lynch and Laura Mclvma n»t Stall* up ler red -die wa' tx»rn April 27 IKK? in Clyde N t sh** married William J VVtxxls on Feb ll I «»; m Vernon Texas Mr Womb died January 19.*» Wo*xb was .t housewife and a mender of nu* Fir*-! Protestant I lilied Church ut Christ and the New Braunfels Flower ( ;ub She is surviv*-d bv ’wu daughters Margaret Boeing of Lytle and Frances Norton of Vian two sons Ike VV .**b of i v t ie and Rotx-i t VV »xxb tit San Antonio 12 grandchildren 22 greatgrandchildren and b* great great grandchildren V im! at ion tx-gan this morning at ll a rn and will last until service time Memorials may tx* made to the I- ten Horn** or the charitv ot one s chon ** ACROSS IBA I Ma»e 10 Ben* napp 14 Unusual 16 Molder 1b I Of est » 1    We.,.,- 19 Knock Oui ?G Bleak 2 I Make i h . . Bank It.iud 23 Damages .’6 F o** of GOB 26 Customs SO Radiation dose unit •> I Mon.Ifni * -ll daughter 34 Unsmart on* it) Wen ,8 Beetle i9 Belfast tai 1 4. Bible lion 43 Bypass 44 Similarly 46 Deputy 4 7 Jazz fan 49 t qual 60 Pronoun 53 Arrear ag* 65 Intent 66 Or a bt Empty f . Of t*-qui p 64 Ripens 66 pry 66 Conwffse DOWN 1 Metk »r* 2 Hindu noble 3 Skins 4 Consider 6 f tor qui b « Milk fist 7 Taciturn 8 I»udes 9 Former IO Container I I Qyei ,,*»e 12 Bumpkin I i Thoroughfare 18 Cbeer 24 Bai k pre* 26 Challenged PRI VfOUS PU/Zl I SOI SIO B H ■ Hi MPI ■ [AH I . f ■ A I QI L I M A A *f M I I- _ 6 5 letter in New Braunfels Ut* married Helen Blume on Feb 12. 1919 in Seguin Arnold is survived try his wife Helen Arnold of New Braunfels four daughters Virginia L Sol ic do of Dis Angeles. Dallas (lark of Los Angeles, lsebelle Smissaert of Sausalito, Calif and Mary Ann Bienek of Bastrop four sons Elmo T Arnold Jr of Midland James A Arnold of Austin Sidney Arnold of New Braunfels, and Joseph Max Ar nold of San Jose Calif a sister. Dora Cannister of Houston 14 grand children , and 15 great-grandchildren He was preceded in death by son Frederick Michael Ar nold Visitation began this morning at ll Memorials may tx* made to Sts Peter and Paul School Fund ;

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