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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New candidate Hydro mescharqeson Marion resident gafnmy ffafttt sUeffiwhdidst April 4 bidUofS fljteHottiCftyjfJrtndi responded Jo charges handed dftwn by a Guadalupe dbunty Grand Jury Tties Joy saying the charges were politically dity officials flatly dismiss the ac charges that say he received a stolen GMd pickup in June 1984 to Marion officials and certain personnel in law as well as persons with political Thething is highly politically in my Pfanh stiel adding that he believes Marion officials are behind It to some said he has seen no pro of from officials that the which he said Was confiscated is ac tually The only thing weve ever gotten from anyone is Ive got a clear State of Texas title to the he Pfannstiel said he purchased the truck in November 1984 from a man on south sideof San Me said he did not recall the mans name and that he had no knowledge of the truck being Recounting Incidents in which he said he has had runins with Marion officials and Pfannstlel said he has had numerous problems since He said he has been charged numerous times on flimsy Since that Ive probably been charged with at least 20 dif ferent he And so to this theyve never proven any one of them against Theres an awful lot of people that would like to see me he Pfanttstiel did not level any accusa tions at District Attorney Bud I think Bud Kirkendail isjcaUght more in the middle of he I dont think he is involv Marion officials and Kirdendall responded to Pfannstiels Kirkendail said there is no connec tion between the Marion election and PfahhsUels 1 can assure you theres no cotv necllofu This Has not been a long term he The he pointed was handed down by a grand Marlon officials dont law en forcement officials dont he Political motivation for the in dictment is Kirkendail said he feels there was probable cause to indict that the grand jury agreed and that he agrees with the grand jury Newly elected Marion Mayor Felix Arambula declined to comment ex tensively on the All I can say Is its not true as far as Im he Former Mayor Clarence had more to Hes more or less barking up a Jackson He feels that someones out to get No to my knowledge in the forces per is out to get No one was out to get he ad We treat him the same as all the other citizens and thats Senior Citizens plan activities May is National Senior ditizen It is that May 2 has been designated as the date when the Comal dounty Senior Citizens Foundation will conduct the first annual fundraising drive to pro vide assistance with the continuing operation of the local Senior Citizens Four other counties Gillespie and Medina will also be conducting their own with all dona tiohs remaining within the county of Cochairmen Kenneth Triesch and Leslie Thorn are including an open house atjhe 142 in plans for the Arts and crafts ex together with information on programs and activities will be of fered to all who Under the Aging is everyones the campaign has as honorary cochairmen County Judge Fred Clark and board of direc tors president emeritus Jarvis 60 and represent the fastest growing population in the United States and have begun to realize the need for selfsustaining operations of senior citizenss centers that provide valuable such as nutritious medical and shopping entertainment and a communitylife In addition to club and individual the Community Council Aging and federal governments and Comal County Community Fund have helped considerably in the but each year the center experiences fun ding cuts and rising Sound financial planning now will help the center prepare for emergencies and support the Senior Center programs and A telephone soliticitation commit tee will be at requesting and receiving pledges of support from the Some support is already coming Robert Stange at Comal Bowl started the drive with a check soon after the first publicity in The public is invited to drop in at the Senior Citizens Center after Kindermasken Parade May 2 to get questions have some refreshments and make a pledge to the ongoing services for elders today and yourself Aging is everyones Drainage workshop rescheduled again New Braunfels Drainage Advisory committees workshop which had been slated for April was cancel s ed earlier this week and reset by City Council for April The meeting will begin at in the meeting of the New Braunfels The committee will select a private engineering firm it from proposals submitted in February to perform a com prehensive watershed management study for the Council will have to make a final decision as to whether to award the recommended Ultimate goal of council is to develop a full set of or dinances to control development and future expansion so runoff from development would not adversely affect residences and properties The proposed study is expected to cost about Developers through an inteirm paid for half of those costs and the city has moneys earmarked for the remainder of the engineering Some members of the previous including formermayor Ed questioned moving for ward with the study and its accompanying costs because of the citys current budget Mayor ProTern Ramon Chapa and District 2 council member Loraine Kraft also questioned the say ing they needed to further study the proposal before mak ing a The drainage workshop with council has been set and canceled twice in recent weeks because of various con flicts in meeting Obituaries Marjorie Ziegfeld Services for Marjorie Ziegfeld of 57 Hamilton in will be at 10 Saturday at the Fellowship Bible Church with the Dennis Biddison died April 22 at McKenna Memorial Born March to Edgar and Mary Ada nee Boyed Day in Ziegfeld was a retired legal She married Arthur Ziegfeld who preceded her in death in Survivors include two Bob Ziegfeld of New Braunfels and Richard Ziegfeld of Ohio one Albert Ruehrle of Ohio and three Memorials may be made to the Dallas Theological 3909 Swiss Texas Ar rangements are under the direction of Zoeller Funeral Mildred Crager Memorial services will be Friday at 3 in Randolph Air Force Base Chapel I for Mildred A She died April 21 in New She is survived by Kenneth Crager of and Leonard Crager of Canyon Lake and seven Dead Continued from Page 1A bra and a blue and white striped short sleeve Authorities await notification from the medical examiner as to which narcotic was involved in the The death is the countys first reported homocide of Public Records Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Mrand Qinn Gytman 655 Ljpp sumraerhiJi Garden Condo m East poipd boy April 3o4 Progelio Ramirez m SWest gad 6 j3 pynce fepy April and MrsEarl Taylor 1364 River Acres 7 8 girl Arraignments Justice of the Judge Doc Blanchard Robert burglary of a no John burglary of a Convictions Cemai epgnty court at taw Judge Ron Donald Sox license 120 days Martin 633 60 4ays Rieardo 358 license suspend ed one year 60 j ajl Caryn 8 Henry 60 days prpbated two Tony m file iim fiD lays probated for 60 days probated for two Gwendolyn Box 60 days probated two Raul Morales 230 Loma 60 days probated for two Todd Brent 3322 Trailway San eo days probated for two putrist Civil Filings Exparte Hal exparte Stephen PShimer and Penjse SneJl Charles Gengo and Constance Cruj MireJes Garcia and Norms W 684J Rajnlree 1350 Mario and Patricia Hiidebrand Rjland Gutierrez and Pianea Bui Pale Witt and Kim MPemarce gnd CirrQl Jtcksfin egfe MeQujefngy 5 0rl April Resilfs 7 3 QJffigf m Nsw 7 PPuM 8 owice girl April yid Herrera Route HDJ CWyofl 8 m 14oj4ACegirl wd 954 eimgN BISCQUNT Call our Circulation diUver y sf kid he pfsiwita tegmiuta m demeflstfatlBg the diilggrreg the autherfty has pufsued the Welsch said stacks 6f Ififoffflatien were presented la the examiner fe defflflfistfate the extent 6f wot k inyolvia in puf suing the FfiHC per BoB Sshfij Mew Bratmtels Utilities gefieral anticipates no problems with the project He added that the hearing went well and he eels cenf ident the extensien will be Although the hydroelectric project has beett bitterly op posed by the danyon Lake Area Citizens led by wanace ureene and Lois Sohn said the Wits are in place and nothiflg is holding us laid he espeete a from rERC In May fettfHiftg atom that agefieys fw mil requires a pefmanenl mlhimum release ffdffi the which GBRA officials Have said could be detrimen tal to the NBU will be the sole customer buying electricity generated at the Sohn said the estimated to cost million to will meet the construction schedule planned to reduce flow from the lake next Outflow ffdffl the daw will be feduced during a 60day period during House approves DWI fine hike measure AUSTIN AP House members have approved a bill that would make drinking while driving a The tentatively approved on a voice vote is the survivor of numerous open con tainer measures proposed in recent After final approval in the the Senatepassed measure must return so senators can consider House The bill would basically allow a police officer to Issue a court sum similar to a traffic if the officer sees a driver taking a sip out of a can or bottle of As originally proposed in some bills would have allowed a driver to be put in jail if an open bot tle or can was found within 5 feet of the drivers People who operate a motor vehi cle have a responsibility to operate it in a responsible Bill said And when a driver drinks in public it becomes a public But Paul DEl called the measure just another of those bills that confuse the You know very well that under pre sent law if an officer sees a driver with a can of beer In one hand he is going to stop that driver and see If he is Moreno said El Paso members of Mothers Against Drunk Driving has told him the bill would just confuse the issue of punishing drunken What about these drivers who have deeply tinted windows on their cars asked Ed D Deer The officer will just have to look said This bill says the officer must see the driver actually consume an alcoholic A violation would allow an officer to give the driver a written notice to appear in and the driver would have to sign a written promise to ap The maximum fine that could be levied for the misdemeanor wbuld 1 One House amendment provides that it must be a police giv ing the not just an Another amendmentRemoved language In the Senate biff Uiaf In advertently referred to children stan ding in a school Blackwood The House also tentatively approv ed a Senatepassed bill that would repeal a provision of the 1984 school reform act that would require teachers to be tested on theirbasic literacy and the subjects they If finally approved by the House without the bill will go to the Weather Forecast NORTH TEXAS Mostly sunny and mild days with highs ranging from the upper 70s to the lower Mostly clear tonight with lows ranging from the upper 40s to the lower SOUTH TEXAS Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of mainly daytime showers west and south through partly cloudy and warm east and central Lows tonight mostly in the ex cept 50s in the hill Highs on Friday mostly in the WEST TEXAS Generally fair north and partly cloudy to cloudy elsewhere through Isolated light rain southwest ending this after Lows tonight mid 40s to mid Highs Friday mid 70s to mid 80s except near 70 in Extended Forecast Saturday through Monday SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy through the Highs in the mid 70s to mid 80s except near 90 lower rio grande Lows in the 50s north to the 60s NORTH TEXAS Fair and mild with temperatures near seasonal Daytime highs will be in the 70s and overnight losvs in the 50s WEST TEXAS Fair to partly cloudy with temperatures noar nor mal north and slighty below normal Panhandle and South lows mid to upper high in mid to upper 70s Permian lows around highs around 80 Concho lows mid highs around Far lows near highs lower to mid 80s Big Bend lows in the mid 40s mountains to the mid 50s along the Rio highs lower 80s mountains to the mid 90s near the river Water Watch Comal Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Edwards sown 5 up 16 600 cfs down 1 same down Texas Weather Scattered light rain fell over deep South Texas early The Na tional Weather Service said the precipitation was caused by weaken ing upper level low pressure system over This low pressure system also caused mostly cloudly skies over the southern part of the High pressure at the surface over the south central United States produced generally clear skies over the rest of The wind over the state was generally around 5 and from variable Overnight temperatures ranged from 42 at Marfa to 66 at Beevllle and Readings were generally in the 50s over North Texas and the 60s across South Gotdfr JAZ tniu 15 off Pave Lennox announces 4f A WC HIT FOR AIRCONWTIONER BUYERS o OR 500 UN REMTES ApjnJ 1st Jijfte Lennox is prwgiBS yog bjgleggip sjiyipgs wten yow py 14 kjgfi efipienpy AJf oj fmm Novys be time to pfey hjJJ yift fe POWER most ofters fe tine CUADA COMA MECHANICAL 1617 Highway 81W 625242O
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