New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 22, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 22, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 22, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Oak Run 5K Saturday, Page 7 Religious Focus, Page 6 New Braunfels /AV New Braunfels, Texas Friday M * / ?2, 198/ 25 Onts One Section, 18 Pages Vol. 134, No. IOO Stammtisch r: Harold is a bit tardy and not hap py about it Our nice new press and physical plant still has a few hugs in it which accounts for why v ail s newspapers were a hit late yester day I ate enough that the Herald Zeitung was a morning paper for some subscribers Really, unless you have been around newspapers, it s hard to imagine the problems in setting up an electric offset, water washed press and hav ing it do its thing right from the start We're working on it and should have matters under control soon I util then, please hear with us A by invitation open house will occur in .lune and another one for the general public will t>e announced soon after that In short, we may he a hit late for the next few' days Alton Fisc her of Garden Ridge may not he a bleeding heart hut he has hied to the tune of three gallons and has l>een recognized for it Fischer began giving blood in the military and has made a habit of it pint by pint ever since “Once you give, you get on their list and ttiey keep calling you.” said Fischer who has donated the right stuff about every eight weeks to reach the three gallon total He now wears the pin given by the American Red Cross for donors like himself Let s hope he doesn’t stick it too deep on to his lapel and cause an un necessary withdrawal Congratula lions Alton Frank Witting gets ribbed a lot about his German accent, hut at last night s New Braunfels Jaycees Awards banquet, it was a red blooded Texas native who couldn’t get his tongue to do the thing Kurt Ru/ika of KNRT KGNR radio semi fame tried as hest he could to pro nounce the words on a plaque txnng given to the //era/*/ Zeitung for publicizing Jaycee events hereatwmts Some of the ones that esc aped Ru/ika s verbal grasp in eluded ‘incalculable.” "interprets' and "conscious ” Witting came out unscathed Well almost Witting received several recognitions during the festivities inc hiding a red pitchfork for tieing the Jaycee who "wouldn’t keep his mouth shut during meetings throughout UM City Council member Gong Miller received a special award in that he was ap pointed to Jaycees International Senator status and granted Life membership in the organization Craig Sagebiel is the only ottier New Braunfelser to have received such senatorial recognition Thanks to the several people and organizations who sent us plants to decorate our new building The Editorial Department especially wants to thank Sandy Jackson and Comal Independent School District for the three foot tall scaphi no it’s a spathiphyllum Well, anyway it s beautiful and occupies a position of importance in front of the picture window between the lounge and city desk By DAVID MAY Staff Wr iter I There is only a 20 percent chance of thundershowers to day. and none tonight if you keep your fingers crossed High today will reach the up per Ms with winds from the southeast at IO to 15 mph Partly cloudy skies will prevail tonight with a low near 70 The chance of after noon and evening thunder showers w ill hangg around throughout the holiday weekend, with highs in the nos and southeast winds reaching about 15 mph The Menu CLASSIFIED.........1117 COMICS.................IO CROSSWORD........ ..18 DEAR ABBY.............9 ENTERTAINMENT......9 INSIGHT.................S OPINIONS...............4 RELIGIOUS FOCUS......6 SPORTS................7,8 a definite maybe Memorial Day clo mgs reported; trash pick up remains uninterr opted W ith Memorial Day weekend    inst    -mo around the corner ere are ?h«*    us    .,» mgs for the city md Coma. County    ;*>st MI city employees will l*e oil and    .mn cit\ offices closed on Monday There    our will however he trash pickup on    .tho Monday    fro* < omit vni!ices throughout the conn    live tv and in Hie courthouse will rn*    clos    pi..i od as well a" the I nited States    Host    m... Office All publu schools will be open rn Comal fount v on Memorial Day    N Ranks throughout the count', .md ai    \|..< New Braunfels w ill tx* < losedon Mon    '.tis day. hut most motor hanks .cill re    hum main open un Saturday keeping    unit regular weekend hour' I'he <<n e> », oi th** Herald-Zeitung a d be also i, closed    lict. The New Braunfels I Kilties offices    nun cill tx* idosed Mondos SBI officials    nss Fellow workers assist Federico Orote.’a 42. an employee of Painting Systems, who fell from a scaffold Thursday dternoon while working at the new Canyon Middle School 1 eza who is believed to be from Houston was admitted to McKenna Memorial Hospital atter undergoing surgery to repair a dislocated tup. His supervisor. John Matt said he is unsure as to the cause of the fall but believes that a handrail brace had been improperly connected causing it to give when Oroteja leaned into it Matt said the injured man was fortunate to have suffered only a hip injury (Photo by Leslie Kriewaidt) Commissioners okay lake pafrol contract, county’s library share Bv TRAVIS IE POL ING Staff Writer \ contract between the Comal fount:* ''herm s Department and the \ > Army < orps ut Engineers w as approved Thursday morning al a regular session of the Comal County Commissioners court The agreement renews * ontraet "t p.*st years through which the sherd! s department has provided weekend and holiday prole* tmh for the area around Canyon Lake Jerry Bright I S Army Corps ot Engineers spokesman said the county wdl receive > ■ > *Hii iii iii crease of > 1,148 HH trom Kist year Hie Corps also is re questing .in increase in man hours to keep the area around the lake secure din ng the buss tourist and visitor season The contract tor LUM man hours will pay the counts $18.25 per man hour and cover summer weekends from May 2 through Labor Day and will include Memorial Day and July 4 After Sheriff Walter Fellers recommended the con tract he renewed commissioners tpproved it unanimously Ditthnger Memorial Library budget was approved by the commissioners, along with approval of the county's share of expenditures The 128 924 ho share the county will contribute for HHH was outlined by Librarian Vicki Hocker at the May ll commissioners meeting Die county > shale    • budget ot more than s ami At the May ll meeting a*.ant' t Ka .ic* raises tor personnel were nut aa hid* Pct I Commissioner Cly«t*' l e at -. ;    «    .c** Fred Clark suggested that these aim to. should tx* given raises that would at lea*-! a . * *    1    tx mu ai creases At Thursday s nicotine In**• a    <• ques. turns were raised about saiai > in* i» Jacobs said atter Hi** huh*!ing 'ti ’    a**    t there will tx? a request to amend the budget.    ie bap proves its budget and suggests i a* Jacobs said the commission* the quality and loyal!* oldie nom    I by giving them salary inereas* surprised the county has been *t * ?    ■■»*    .    av employees because salaries ha**    •>    >a more than a year Jacobs said the *u '    a* a* a New Brauntels have loyal emptor* rn    at creases would be forthcoming o th* usa. von, sa* tarn same < it her aition bv th** commission**    s... ii eluded approval of $5u OOO-plus to ta* , sn n* j, ,w , . for contract work on tin* com thou *• am** *notti*-r $50,000 was withheld until con pl* a t .    ,    wk \ structural problem in the pal ka sg *.    a, .■ n-a a**** COON T Y c >m* I Marina twister Whether caused by a tornado or straight winds, it will take months to repair the damage at Canyon Lake marinas after severe weather earlier this week Woman married in NB missing Was there a tornado Wednesday night iii th** ( Janes Mill area, or wasn't there ’ It depends on who you ask There definitely were a lot of lucky people and propel tv ow ners Just n'k them There was a tornado.' said J C Post ell who lives near Sadler and assists in the management of Cranes Mill Marina I couldn't hear the roar because the hail was coming down sn had ” Throe large boat flocks including the* Manna and the Texas Yacht Club at Cranes Mill Park were torn from cattles and set adrift in the cove I ta* yacht club and its boat slips traveled about JBO yards before coming to rest Amazingly of th** several hundred floats stored in the Cranes Mill cove only a few sustained any significant damage Wooden dock planks were tom and buckled In plat es and will have to tie towed by barge hack to then original Inca t Kins "The damned thing tornado» hit on the wrong side ot the hill," Posted said The Marina was once See TWISTFP? Page / Cranes Mill Marina at Canyon ake was hardhit by Wednesday light's n<gh winds and had. frns portion ot the n.artna above left shows the end slips where two sailboats stir - ^ ir s one would hav t if it hid not been tied up Above right Crones M Minna sho *.*r r the background floated away fron* the See MISSING Page ) By TP AVIS F POI ING Staff Writer fin March 19 Francisco G (ion /.ale/ and Martha Claire McDonald, both of San \ntonio were married by New Braunfels Justice of th** Peace Precinct I Harold Krueger Less than a month after the marriage Martha Claire Milkmaid (ion/ale/ disap peared The 71-year old woman has been missing for more than four weeks and the San Antonio Polit e Department and th** Bexar County Sheriffs Construction Mishap Office are investigating her disap pearanee Roy Lee McDonald the missing woman’s son. reported hi> mother missing after she had not cont a* ted hun for an extended period of time Two days before the disappearance of hi> tnofhet McDonald said she had 'old hun she was going to Fogie Pass fur the weekend and would * all hun from there Atter she failed to contact hun McDonald said he became tic ,ed and contacted lier husband Frank Gonzalez Mel awald said Gonzalez told him sh** left when he vt.*' gun** from the house and had not told him she was I* acing or whet-** die > go mg Md awald said Gonzalez told inn. he lid not think it unusual for tier to just wander off 'The absence of Martha Mc I awald Gonzalez is now under investigation ;

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