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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 14, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas Weather Water Watch Coma cfs up 228 Canyon Lake cfs down cfs down 30 CanyonLake up Edwards Up Because of the high lake Cranes Mill Canyon Park and Comal Park are Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy to cloudy tonight with scattered thunderstorms central and southeast Partly cloudy Sunday with scattered thunderstorms more numerous southeast Highs In the 80s to the 90s west and Lows tonight In the mid to upper 60s hill country to 70s WEST TEXAS Fair at night and partly cloudy days with isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorms through Very warm afternoons and at Highs mostly 90s except mid 80s Lows tonight mid 60s except upper 50s moun Extended Forecast Monday through Wednes day SOUTH TEXAS A chance of thundershowers most sections Monday and east Partly cloudy Lows In the Highs near 90 except in the mid 90s WEST TEXAS Partly cloudy and warm fair nights with isolated afternoon and evening Panhandle and South highs upper 80s to lower Lows mid Permian Basin and Concho highs in the lower to mid Lows upper Far highs mid to upper Lows mid to upper Big Bend lows near 60 moun tains to near 70 June Prenatal Continued from Page l A Efben has identified several women who qualify tor federal She said there is a vast population in this county that cannot afford private sector medical Women at the countys prenatal care program receive nutritional In formation to ensure that they and their babies are In top physical con A prime reason for poor health among newborn babies is a lack of proper nutrition during Erben Mental retardation and physical handicaps can be linked to poor prenatal nutri the health care expert Erben added that a program like the one Initiated locally will save taxpayers enormous amounts of money In the generations to come because healthy babies mean healthy Women like Beverly Kristensen come to the county health offices for checkups about once a month dur ing their the nurse The program keeps an eye on womens physical condition and educates them about the importance of proper nutrition before and after child Mothertobe Beverly discusses her pregnancy with Comal County Health Department Nurse Mary Lou Erben says the program has seen 25 pregnant women since the clinic began the program two months ago after approval by county commis Photo by Deryl Clark Public Meetings Comal County Commissioners will meet In regular session Monday with at 10 with a preagenda workshop prceding the meeting at 9 Among agenda items is the con sideration by commissioners to ratify sale of the citycounty landfill to Waste Management The meeting will held in commissioners court on the third floor of the cour thouse New Braunfels Independent School District trustees will meet at at the education center library to discuss and act on a varied agen The board will meet In executive session at 7 to discuss person New Braunfels Utilities will meet Wednesday at 7 in the meeting room of the utilities to discuss a pro posed transfer of funds to the New Braunfels City Council will hold a special session to make final appropriations and approval for the 198788 general operating Births McKenna Memorial Hospital and Juan Martinez 330 San Antonio 11 ouncegirl June and Edward Gonzalez 2045 New Braunfels 7 poundgirl June and Gerage Corder New Braunfels 11ounce girl June Dennis and Emily Harborth Route Box 177A 5ounce boy Cibolo Budget Continued from Page 1A set up a special trust account to be managed by council for use of sanitation disposal and collec Comal County Commissioners appear ready to ratify sale of the troubled 96acre site to Waste Management following a workshop with council members June The item has been placed on commissioners agenda for ac tion during Mondays regular ses which is slated for 10 in commissioners court on the third floor of the courthouse City council approved the land fill sale in a unanimous vote May Purchase agreements call for Waste Management to pay cash up front and then 10 percent of gross revenues over the 15year contract The revenues are to be divided amongst both entities evenly and each will manage and control their own portion of table third and final reading of its 198788 budget ordinance due to an unabalanced figure of New Braunfels Utility trustees have offered to assist the city with the funding provided a payback accord is agreed Council has to decide whether to accept the loan from the utilities or cut some of the proposed addi tional police and fire department personnel and a less than two per cent employee pay A loan wont help said It will only further corn plicate the citys We either get the money as proposed or we look at cutting the Michie had proposed raising the money through an unpopular threequarter mil levy to electric ratepayers in the The employee pay raise will be one of the first things to come out of the budget should further cuts become The budget must be balanced and council by June Illegal Continued from Page 1A central supply and water distribution instead of installing water wells on each created an unauthorized central distribution Justice Cadena of the Court of Civil with concurrence by Chief Justice Barrow It is clear that under the ordinance defen dant had the option of installing a central system approved by the State and meeting Water Board or furnishing each lot with its individual He has done The viola tion of the ordinance is Sixteen years later in Comal Coun ty William Swinney faces charges from the state on a similar Action by the County Attorneys of fice will be forthcoming on charges of breaking state and county subdivi sion spokesmen for the county attorneys office Public Records District Court Divorces Estelia Lindsey and William Ewell Dennis and Shelby Liesa Thi and Aurel Wayne Maril Theresa and Raymond Allen A motion to revoke probation for a New Braunfels man convicted of ag gravated sexual assault of a child was granted in district court here The man was sent to serve his 10year prison Judge Charles Ramsay approved the motion and remanded Barnabe Alijos Aleman to the Texas Depart ment of Corrections in the 2nd State District of 320 West Ind was on the second degree felony charge in January 1986 for the sexual assault in Marsh 1984 5 yearOld He was given a IPyear probated sentence and was fined Pistrist Atterney William Schrpeder sought rf vocation Qf those terms following disclosure charges against AJeiDin for theft an or marijuanaft Continued from Page 1A as Green Valley Water Corporation in Marion has supplied Cibolo with water for two Cibolo received its water from We can live without supplying our own water for but in the long it would be cheaper to have our Bauder adding that the million needed for a pipeline to the Bracken well probably would be funded from a federal Community Development Block For the last three years that the auditors have looked at our they have said we need computer automa A computer evaluation committee consisting of councilmen Harris and Charles Jupe is seeking in formation and prices from area Bauder Bauder also discussed the immediate downtown area Obituaries which has been especially along Main The Nabisco Corporation still owns a large distribution center at nearby Schneider When you start trying to renovate old buildings such as along Main it can be more expensive than building at a new The town with a population of about could be given a boost with the addition of the Thistle Creek The development supports 100 homes now with 50 scheduled for completion in the immediate future and Bauder hopes that construction will help the economy bounce Bauder said he would welcome more citizen atten dance at council meetings Id like to see at least a dozen citizens at but like most no one seems to show up unless they have a complaint to In other district eoujt Rsmssy Gam term sfter the defendant pled guilty to two counts of bujfftiiy el whose most recent ffiws asr in W S9WI 4 Carson Gardner Carson of Clear died June 5 at Morton Plant Hospital in Born in Gardner moved to Ciearwater in 1974 from after retiring from Pwyer Plum bing He was a member of the Union Street United Methodist Church in Survivors include his Aline nee Bqsserman Gardner John Gardner of Palm five Betty Peggy Rita all of Ciearwater and Patty Hart man of New Braunfels a Randolph Gardner of two Rita Bell and Helen both of Virginia i grandchildren 14 great Funeral services June 9 at the Guardian Funeral Puneiin with tile Puine Hwlse Interment was Sylvan Abbey Memorial parfc in cjearwster inform Retired from the Bin ford was associated with the Retired Officers Army Mutual Aid American Legion in and the Military Order of the World A veteran of he was the son of Benjamin Wade and Mary Francis neePennington He is survived by his Roma of New and a Jane of Josephine Knuepper Funeral Services for Josephine will be Monday at 10 at Poeppenscmidt Funeral Eugene OCallaghan will who never passeg gway June 13 at McKenna Memorial she was a resi dent 9f Eden Home for the She lifelong resi4ent of New Walter Kuhn Funeral services for Walter will be held June 16 at 2 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with burial to follow in Lone Oak Leroy Zillman of Geronimo will a resident of New passed away June 13 at Colonial Manor Nursing Memorials may be given to Friedens United Church of Christ or to the charity of ones Visitation will continue at the funeral home until service time on Kuhn was a retired rancher and farmer and was a member of Friedens United Church of He was born to Andreas and Emma nee Rosbach Kuhn in His Estelia nee preceded him in death in He is survived by a daughter and her Annie Koepp and Or ville of New Braunfels a Alma of Fischer three stepgrandchildren and eight great wUJ held 1 at Bryant Funeral Hpme Chapel in Ng follow in Holy cross Cemetary for retired MPKenna Mg rasria Hospitii she was a si peter and Paul wm fee dress was at Funeral services for Pauline will be June at pro at P0fippensemidt Funeral Home with interment to follow in park at 4 The i New praujjfels f im tor la si Farrm 6fv m ft loUQW s Red Rock 6 away u at A of Sfld was the Si daughter of VJigijaMoj wUi 6t FMOfffll HSBSf Mi SJfte wt to dsm by kUsbMd Hajrry Pan Ross parsed away to im She by 9 SOJQ and his
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