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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 24, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New f Time capsule Council Carroll Hoffmann noticed a stein about to be locked up In a time capsule and urged the crowd to sing Bin Prosit before it was sealed At Council member James Good County Judge Fred Roxolin Jean Pfeuffer and Fred Willard put the time capsule into place in the podium at Founders Oak on Landa The cap sule was sealed up on Founders Day Saturday and is to be opened in Continued from Page 1 Hampton had operated the facility for the city since With an admission fee of the city hopes to realize some over operating expenditures in the first Those profits would go into the general fund to offset overall budget Staff received four proposals for management The which also contained proposed capital im provements and management ranged from a low of plus 20 percent of gross revenues to a high of as revenue to the city in exchange for concession Those submitting proposals were David Schoenvogel and Larry Wenzel New Braunfels Resorts Hampton and Recreation Camp which received a packet and secured a commitment from a policy underwriter for the re quired insurance coverage did not submit a but rather endors ed the idea that the city reassume managementbecause offflie potential financial risk to a private conces In a Raymond president of Camp sug gested the city could be left high and dry by an undercapitalized operator at the end of one poor season of He also noted a potential conflict of interest with the cityowned Hinman Island area as well as a problem with the con tinued private operation of the ad joining Fiedler Property downstream on the west bank of the Comal City Manager Joe Michie said with the city overseeing the parks opera attendance numbers can now be verified and gross receipts more ac curately accounted He recom mended the city operate the facility for at least one year and then review the possibility of again asking for private management With all the facts in mind it would behoove us to take this action due to the time We need to move on with Michie told council ex plaining that the park is set to open in one Since the matter was not a charter related council had the right to accept or refuse any or all With the the city may have opened itself further for the possibility of litigation from the The Hamptons have re mained tightlipped about their posi ton surrounding germination of the leaser referrihralliquestibns to their who has also declined com ment because of the possibility of civil action against the Mark Hampton has previously stated that the concessionaires lived up to their end of the agreement and in addition made some quarterofa million dollars of improvements to the Police Report NEW YORK an i to i Morning 1 1 ai i M i tjy Chrysler 56h 54s Low 28 AM R Corp AmCan 55 i 52 i 16TS Ameritech 884 78 88 AMI l Jt 19 82 Am Motors AniStand Amer 51 25 25 B4 83 h 794 Hughes Tool 14 Halliburton 36 Kemper 37 4 8 8 64 62 64 7Bh BancTexas 71 49N Pillsbury 44 43 BellSouth i 11 1 1 41 i Jinnv zi i if Beth 53 Texaco M Burden 59 59 JJK Caterpllr 48 63 h 6u 60 Chevron Chrysler 55 i 55 h 55 mixed Chryslr wi Coastal 37 j 37 YORK iAPi Stock prices CocaCola 31 48 mixed in early trading Dow Jones average of 30 in Colg was up 0 85 to at 10 ComlMetl on Wall 38 38 15 the broader declining DiamSh led advancers by about 6 to DigitalEq 165s 167 510 603 down and 490 un DowChem 84 8428n 28 j on the New York Stock Ex 78 government reported today 22 22 that big ticket durable goods 16 4 16M OQ 07 j tUt up percent in the FederaICo t oo increase in five The 37 Department said that 3s for durable items ex Flowerlnd FordMot s GAF Cp 25 44 43 to last three or more climbed to a seasonally adjusted GTE Corp 41h of billion in February to a revised total of GenElee GenMills C i in January Gen a2e 33j 79 79 Express was up to in heavy NYSE The Goodrich Goodyear GtAtlPac 57 MJ 54 34 33 9 84 after the close of trading on Monday announced a 2fori common stock split and said it was selling up b 40 percent of its Shearson Lehman 79 4 investment HpJidayCp wi HousUnd 48 14h 13B other active blwe was unchanged at USA 4 3h up at Eastman Kodak rose IBM 1494 150j Ini Paper we 1074 JoAfisJn 92 4 a to 79 and was up to Volume on the 3ig Board came to million shares in the first 30 of NYSEs composite Index ol all its listed common stocks was off to 170 On the American Stack Ex the market value index rose the Dow Jones in toy Financial 755 D Quotes are as average jumped to a new closing highThe rise the averages gate over the Low Last 25 five trading days to A 41yearold man received serious injuries after being struck in the face by a beer The inci which police say they are un sure of the took place in the early morning hours Police responded to the victims residence in the 400 block of Schmidt Road at approximately and found the man sitting on a couch with his face covered in He received a deep laceration to the face and had both his eyes swollen according to police An arrest had not been An 11yearold boy reported be ing assaulted with closed fists at his residence Sunday evening in the 200 block of Kessler No other details of the assault were disclosed and no arrests were Nothing was reported stolen in an attempted burglary Sunday after noon of an apartment in the 2800 block of Windgate undetermined amount of damage was done to the door window of a church in the 500 block of West San Antonio The incident oc curred overnight A 27yearold female reported being assaulted Sunday evening on Rhine No arrests were A case of attempted arson was investigated by police Friday even ing at a residence in the 1800 block of West Mill Police reportedly recovered a plastic antifreeze bottle that contained gas A 34yearold apparently received treatment at McKenna Memorial for injuries he suffered in an alleged assault that oc curred at an unknown location early Saturday A 1978 Kawasaki maroon in color and bearing Texas plates was reported stolen Friday evening from a residence in the 300 block of East No arrests were made in connec tion with the theft Friday evening of four cartons of valued at from a convenience store at Loop 337 and Common Michael Lynn of New was arrested Friday evening at a grocery store located in the 800 block of West San Antonio Street after allegedly taking a of rib eyes from the store paying for Anyone with information relating to the offense of any felony crime is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 620 TIPS and speak with the officer on Callers will not be asked to give their Crime Stoppers pays rewards of up to for informa tion that leads to the arrest and grand jury conviction of persons committing felony crimes Weather Water Watch Comal Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Edwards Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy through Wednesday High Wednes day 70s north to 80s south Lows tonight mid 4os to lower 50s north and 60s WEST TEXAS Fair Sun ny again Wednesday except increas ing cloudiness in the far west Con tinued below seasonal temperatures Lows tonight 27 Panhandle and mountains to 40 south Highs Wednes day 48 Panhandle to 66 southeast and upper 70s Big Bend NORTH TEXAS Fair and cool Partly cloudy and continued mild Wednesday Highs Wednesday 60 northwest to 74 southeast Lows tonight 38 to 44 Extended Forecast Thursday through Saturday SOUTH TEXAS Mostly cloudy ArnoldL Continued from Page l Schmitz Hotel on Main My father didnt retire until he was said Elmo Tom Arnold who explained that his parents then traveled around the country in between Elmos fishing trips He li ve4 his family said Services for Elmo Arnold of 465 Union will be held at 10 Wednes day at Peter and Paul Catholic Church with the Eugene OCaiJaghan A Rosary wyi recited at Fmerii Home at 7 tonight totersoent wUJ follow at Peter and Paul Cathpjic cemetery Ol fefenie inee be was torn March wi Thursday with a chance of showers Partly cloudy and a little cooler Friday increasing clouds west and south and partly cloudy east Saturday Morning lowsfrom the 40s north to near Go south Highs Thurs day from the 70s north to the 80s south Highs Friday and Saturday mostly in the WEST TEXAS Partly cloudy and a chance of showers o r thunderstorms with temperatures below seasonal normals lows in low to mid jos Highs in the South lows mid ios to near 40 Highs near 60 Permian lows near 4o Highs low to mid 60s Concho lows in the low to mid Highs mid 60s to near 7u Far lows mid 3os near 40 Highs in mid to upper 60s Big Bend lows 30s mountains to near 50 plateaus Highs 70s mountains to around 80 Big Bend in New Braunfels He married Helen Blume on Feb in Seguin Arnold is survived by his wife Helen Arnold of New four Virginia L Solicito of Los Dallas Clark of Los Jsebelle Smissaert of and Mary Ann Bienefc of Bastrop four Elmo T Arnold of James Arnold of Sidney Arnold of New and Joseph Max 4r nold of San Calif a Dora Lamaster of Houston H grand and 15 great He was preceded in death by son Frederick Michael Ar nold Visitation began this morning at Memorials may be made Peter and Paul School Obituaries Ed Montague Services for Montague of will be held ata at kyle Melhsdist Church with the Lee Oltten Lynn fusha of died March undef the direction o Pennlngtofi funeral Home in San Montague is survived by his Edna son and carl and Bea Mon tague of New Braunfels daughter and Glenn and Neil Patrick Montague of Alabama Dora Zapaibac of Wimberly six grandchildren and 14 great Pallbearers will be George Joe AI Lawrence Deltvan Red Donations may be sent to Kyle Methodist Box Alfred Fischer Services for Alfred Fischer of 324 Rancho Road will be held at 2 today at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Jim Hinkhouse of Burial will follow at Coma died March 18 at Nor thwest Mediplex in The son of Ernest and Clara nee Krause he was born 1893 in Twin He married Nor ma Alves in November 1922 in New Fischer died in A resident of New Braunfels for more than 60 Fischer was a retired truck driver for Sinclair Oil He was a member of Paul Lutheran He is survived by Kathleen Litton of Round Rock Wally Young of San Antonio Walter Fischer of Texas two grandchildren and five Pallbearers will be John Eddie Melvin Peter Leroy Memorials may be made to Paul Lutheran Ada Falkenberg Services for Ada Falkenberg of 115 Adam will be held at 10 Wednesday at Paul Lutheran Church under the direction of Zoeller Funeral Interment will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park died March 23 at Village Oaks Regional The daughter of Fritz and Annie i nee Linbruggeri she was born April 1916 She married Ber fthSf d F alkenbef g oft A resident of New Braunfels far go she was a kitchen supervisor for New Brsuntets lsb a member of Paul Lutheran Church and a member of VFW Post Tllo Auxiliary and Fraternal Order of Eagles She is survived by Ber nhard Falkenberg of New Braunfels three Ann Baese of New Jean Davidson of and Gail Dolle of New Braunfels Elsie Meyer of San Antonio four Rudolph Niemeyer of San Louis Niemeyer of New Herbert Niemeyer of Knippa and Victor Niemeyer of Knippa 15 grand Helen Tomlinson Helen Tomlinson of 730 Howard died March 22 at Colonial Manor Nursing Tomlinson was Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home is handling the The body will be The daughter of Wilbur and Pearl nee Van Doren she was born 1899 in Wiscon Tomlinson had lived in New Braunfels since She had been director of psychology at Lackland AFB and had a PhD in Tomlinson is survived by a Ruth Djupman of Mary Woods Services for Mary Woods of 631 Lakeview will be held at 2 Wednesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Lin wood Kennedy officiating Interment will follow at Mission Burial Park South in San died March 22 at Eden Home for the The daughter of John Lynch and Laura Melvina inee Stallcup Ter she was born April 1887 in She married William J Woods on Feb in Texas Mr Woods died January 1950 Woods was a housewife and a member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ and the New Braunfels Flower Club She is survived by two Margaret Boenig of Lytle and Frances Norton of two Ike Woods of Lyile and Robert Woods of San 12 22 greatgrandchildren and 10 great greatgrandchildren Visitation began this morning at 11 am and will last until service time Memorials may be made to the Eden Home or the charity of ones choice Crossword Ultimate i B A Arrearage 55 Intent 5 Make Ora 10 Empty 14 Unusual 15 Ol legal prool 64 Ripens 16 Forest Pry 17 Converse 19 Knock we 20 2 1 Make Scrams 22 Bank Uriah 23 25 Foe ol 26 30 Network dose Hindu noble 31 Monammed Skills Consider 34 Unsmart Eton garb 36 Milktish 38 Taciturn 39 Bellas Exudes 42 Bible Former 43 Bypass 44 Similarly 45 Container 1 1 Overawe 12 Bumpkin 47 Thoroughtare 49 Cheer 50 Back prel Challenged PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED WM l A G i DOZEN 26 Absolute 27 Honor 28 Airships 29 Lush 3 1 In lavor ol 32 Card game 33 Fervor 35 that1 37 King ol Phrygia 40 Prior night 41 Face pan 46 Certify 46 Stopwatches 5 1 Sloped edge 52 Jailbird 53 Watch purt 54 Boundary 55 identity 57 Slate 58 Tooth 59 Odium 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