New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 14, 1987, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

June 14, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 14, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A Herald Z&itung New Braunfels Texas Sunday, June 14, 1987 Weather Water Watch Comal River..................... 860    cfs    (up    228) Canyon Lake inflow  14,860 cfs (down 4,140) Canyon Lake outflow...........114 cfs (down 30) Canyon Lake level.............. 937.36*    (up    1.86) Edwards Aquifer................. 629.68    (up    .22) ^Because of the high    lake    level,    Cranes    Mil! Park, Canyon Park and Comal Park are closed. Forecast    Extended    Forecast Monday through Wednes- SOlTH TEXAS: Partly cloudy    d to Cloudy tonight with scattered thunderstorms central and    TH    TEXAS: A chance of southeast Texas. Partly cloudy thundershowers most sections Sunday with scattered Monday and east Tuesday. Partly thunderstorms more numerous cloudy Wednesday. Lows in the southeast Texas Highs in the 80s 70s Highs near 90 except the east, to the 90s west and south mid 90s southwest Lows tonight in the mid to upper WEST TEXAS: Partly cloudy 60s hill country to 70s elsewhere    and warm days, fair nights with isolated afternoon and evening WEST TEXAS Fair at night    thunderstorms.    Panhandle    and and partly cloudy days with South Plains, highs upper Bos to isolated afternoon and evening lower 90s Lows mid 60s. Permian thunderstorms through Sunday, Basin and Concho Valley highs in Very warm afternoons and mild the lower to mid skis Lows upper at night. Highs mostly 90s except 60s Ear West, highs mid to upper mid 80s mountains Lows tonight 90s Lows mid to upper 60s. Big mid 60s except upper 50s mono Bend area, lows near 60 moon tains    tains to near 70 lowlands Prenatal Continued from Paqe IA Erben has identified several women who qualify for federal programs She said there is a vast population in this county that cannot afford private sector medical care Women at the county's prenatal care program receive nutritional information to ensure that they ar ! their babies are in top physical con clition A prime reason for pool health among new bom babies is a lack of proper nutrition during pregnancy. Erben sa d Mental retardation and physical handicaps can be linked to poor prenatal nutri Hon, the health care expert said Erben added that i program like thr> one Initiated locally will save taxpayers enormous amounts of money in the generations to come because “healthy babies mean healthy adults." Women like Beverly Kristcnsen come to the county health offices for checkups about once a month dor mg their pregnancy, the nurse said The program keeps an eye on women’s physical condition and educates them about the importance of proper nutrition before and after child birth Mother-to-be Beverly Kristensen, left, women sine© the clinic began tho program two discusses her pregnancy with Comal County months ago after approval by < ounty commis Health Department Nurse Mary Lou Erben. stoners. (Photo by beryl Clark) Lrben says the program has seen 25 pregnant Public Meetings Comal County Commissioners will meet in regular session Monday with at IO a rn w ith a pre agenda workshop preceding the meeting at 9 a rn. Among agenda items is the consideration by commissioners to ratify sale of the city county landfill to Waste Management Inc. The meeting will held in commissioner's court on the third flout of the coin thouse annex New Braunfels Independent School District trustees will meet at 7 TO p m at the education renter library to discuss and act on a varied agenda The board will meet in executive session at 7 a rn to discuss personnel New Braunfels Utilities will meet Wednesday at 7 p rn in the meeting room of the utilities to discuss a pro posed transfer of funds to the city New Braunfels City Council will hold a special session to make final appropriations and approval for the l'iH7 HH general operating budget Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Mr and Mrs Juan Martinez; 330 W Cherry, San Antonio; 6 pound, ll ounce girl; June it Mr and Mrs Edward Gonzales, 20ir> W Katy. New Braunfels. 7-pound girl; June ll Mr and Mrs Gerage Corder Bt 8. New Braunfels, ti pound. II ounce girl. June ll Public Records District Court Divorces Budget Dennis and Emily Harborth. Boule 8. Box 177A; 7 pound, flounce boy; June 5, Cibolo- Continued from Paqe 1A set up a spec ial trust account to be managed by council for use of sanitation disposal and colin Hon." Comal County Commissioners appear ready to ratify sale of 'he troubled 96 acre site to Waste Management Inc., following workshop with council members June 9, The item has been plat rd on commissioner's agenda lor <u Hon ilui mg Monday’s regular ses sion, wok h is slated fen IO a rn In commissioner’s court on the third floor of the courthouse annex (Tty council approved the land fill sale in a unanimous vote May 27. Purchase agreements call for Waste Management to pay 170*1 OOO cash up front and then lo percent of gross revenues over the ir» year contract term Th** revenues are to tie divided amongst both entities evenly and each will manage and control their ow ii port ion of revenues. Meanwhile, council has bad to table third and final reading of its l,H7 HR budget ordinance due to an nub danced figure of $261,000 New Braunfels Utility trustees have Offered to assist the city with I he f aiding amount, provided a p c b u k accord is agreed upon ( ouncil has to decide whether to a < <*pt the loan from the utilitir . ( i or ae of the proposed add: Banal police and fire department pi isonncl and a less than two poi cent employee pay raise “A loan won't help us." said Michie I' wdl only further com pileate tti*- city * shortfall. W** either get the mon* y as proposed or we look .it cutting the I md get. Michie had proposed raising the money through an unpopulai three quarter mil levy to electric ratepayers in the city “The employee pay raise ($73,327) will be one of the first things to t ame out" of the budget should further cuts become necessary I tie budget must be balanced and approved by June 20 Illegal Continued from Paqe 1A central supply and water distribution sy sterna. shinney, in-tead of installing .* C l wells on each lot created an un ; itborlzed central distribution em Justh e Cadena of the Court of Civil Appeals, with concurrence by < f Ju.rue Barrow said. "If is clear that under the ordinance defen Cant 1 d ti i- (pf.ion of in 'ailing a central system approver! by the State and meeting Water Board criteria or furnishing each lot with Us individual well He has dour neither file vim > Hon of the ordinarier* is patent " Sixteen years later ty William A. Sw lone from the state on a Action by the < ounty fire ill ti* Col'), :> a breaking state and cr sion statutes, spokes count v attorney soft ice i ( omal ( oun faces charges rnil.tr offense Attorney’s of juntv subdtvi Continued from Page IA Aquifer, as Green Valley Water Corporation iii Marion has supplied Cibolo with water for two years Previous I) Cibolo received its water from Schertz “We can live w ithout supplying our ow n water for now but in tho long run. it would he cheaper to have our ow n," Rauder said, adding tiiat the $1.3 million needed for a pipeline to the bracken well probably would be funded front a federal Community Development Block Grant “For the last three years that the auditors have looked at our books, they have said we need computer automation A computer evaluation committee consisting of councilmen J T Harris and Charles Jupe is seeking in formation and prices from area firms," Barnier said Bauder also discussed the immediate downtown area Estella Lindsey and William Ewell Higgins. Dennis L. and Shelby J Mills Liesa Tin and Aurei Wayne Franke. Maril Theresa and Raymond Allen Stearns 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 Thursday. The man was sent to serve his 10-year prison term Judge Charles Ramsay approved the motion and remanded Barnabe Alijos Aleman to the Texas Department of Corrections in the 22nd State District Court Aleman, 30. of 320 West End St., was convicted on the second degree felony charge in January 1986 for the sexual assault in March 1984 of a 5-year old boy He was given a 10-year probated sentence and was fined $750. District Attorney William Schroeder sought revocation of those terms following disclosure of charges against Aleman for theft and possession of marijuana in Guadalupe County in October 1986. In other district court proceedings Thursday, Ramsay sentenced Paul Correa Register. 28. to a 10-year TDC term after the defendant pled guilty to two counts of burglary of a nonhabitation Register, whose most recent address was listed in court records as 2706 EM 725 No 51A, is charged with the burglaries last November of two mini-storage lockers located at Gruene Road near U S. 81 West. Ramsay ruled to allow Register to remain free on his posted bonds of $7,500 for each offense pending his sentencing in Guadalupe County district court on June 19 for another conviction Court records did not reveal what the Guadalupe County conviction was and Information was not available by late Friday afternoon Obituaries which has t.»een vacated, especially along Main Sir*** * The Nabisco Corporation still own* a large distribution center at nearby Schneider Par k A hen you Mart trying to renovate old buildings -ta h a dong Main Street it can tie more expensive than building at a new location. Bander ^aid The town w.'h a population of about I. loo» ould be givt n almost with the addition of the rtiisUef i« ck subdivision The development support.; loo home now with -o scheduled for completion in the immediate future and Bauder hopes that construction will help the c coomy bounce back Bauder said he would welcome more citizen alien dance at council meetings and. I d like to •* * ut Ieu4 .i dozen citizen- at meetings, but like mo f cit ie* no or,* seems to show up unit ss they have a complaint to file " J. Carson Gardner J Carson Gardner, 76, of Clearwater. Fla . died June 5 at Morton F Plant Hospital in Clearwater Born in Staunton, Va.. Gardner moved to Clearwater in 1974 from Alexandria, Va., after retiring from Dwyer Plum bing Company. He was a member of the Cnion Street United Methodist Church in Clearwater. Survivors include his wife, Aline i nee Bossermam Gardner; son. John C. Gardner of Palm Harbor, Fla.; five daughters. Betty Fraley. Peggy Kaylor, Jackie Grow, Rita Mattley, all of Clearwater; and Patty Hart man of New Braunfels; a brother. Randolph Gardner of Albany, N.Y.; two sisters. Rita Bell and Helen Drumheller, both of Virginia Beach, Va.; 21 grandchildren; and 14 greatgrandchildren Funeral services were held June 9 at the Moss-Feaster Guardian Funeral Home, Dunedin Chapel, with the Rev. Dr E Duane Hulse officiating. Interment was at Sylvan Abbey Memorial Park in Clearwater Col. Thomas E. Binford Funeral services will be held June 16 at Bryant Funeral Home Chapel in Highlands, N C. for Col. Thomas E Binford, 87, who passed away June 12 at McKenna Memorial Hospital. Binford, a 1924 graduate of West Point Military Academy and native of Farrar, Ga., had been a New Braunfels resident since 1985. Interment will follow the 3 p.m. funeral services in Highlands Memorial Park in Macon County, N. C. Visitation will be at Doep-penschmldt Funeral Home on Sunday from ll a m. to9p.m. The family asks that memorials be given to the First United Church in New Braunfels Retired from the I S. Army Binford was associated with the Retired Officers Association, Army Mutual Aid Association, American Legion in N C and the Military Order of the World Wars A veteran of WW ll, he was the son of Benjamin Wade and Mary Francis (neePennington) Binford. He is survived by his wife. Roma Binford. of New Braunfels, and a sister, Jane Binford, of Midledgeville. Ga. Josephine Knuepper Funeral Services for Josephine Knuepper, 88, will be Monday at lo a rn. at Doeppenscmidt Funeral Home. Rev. Eugene O'Callaghan w til officiate Knuepper, who never married, passed away June 13 ut McKenna Memorial Hospital She was a resident of Eden Home for Hie Aged She was a lifelong resident of New Braunfels. Interment will follow in Holy Cross Cemetary for the retired McKenna Memorial Hospital nurse She was a member of Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church. A rosary will be recited at the funeral home Sunday evening at 7 p m. She was the daughter of Goerge and Mary (nee Reininger) Knuepper. She is survived by several nephews and nieces including Allen Schmidt, James Schmidt, both of New Braunfels; Clarence Schmidt, of San Antonio; Florence Rledel, of New Braunfels; Vivian Marbach, of San Antonio; Stella Forbrtch, of San An tonlo; Clarence Sauer, of San An-toino; George Sauer, of San Antonio; Herbert Sauer Jr., of San Antonio; Kathleen Wallie, of San Antonio; Mildred, of Calif.; and a brother-tn-law, Herbert Sauer Jr , of San An tonlo Walter Kuhn I- uneral service for Walter Kuhn 92, will be held June 16 at 2 p rn at Doeppen&chmidt Funeral Home with burial to follow in Lone Oak Cemetary Rev. Leroy /Oilman os Geronimo will officiate Kuhn, a resident of New Braunfels passed away June 13 at Colonial Manor Nursing Home. Memorials may be given to Friedens United Church of Christ or to the charity of one s choice Visitation will continue at the funeral home until service time on T uesday Kuhn was a retired rancher and farmer arid was a member of Friedens United Church of Christ. He was hoi n to Andreas and Emma (nee Rosbach) Kulm in Fischer His wife. Estella (nee Luehfllng), preceded him in death in 1959 He is survived by a daughter and her husband. Annie Koepp and Orville Sr., of New Braunfels; a sister. Alma Luehfling of Filcher; three step grandchildren and eight great-great grandchildren Pauline M. Ross Funeral services for Pauline M Ross, 71, will be June 15 at 2 p.m. at Doeppenscmidt Funeral Home with interment to follow in Austin Memorial Park at 4 p in The Rev. Graydon Howell of New Braunfels will officiate Ross, a Red Rock native, passed away June ll at her residence A housewife and Baptist, she was the daughter of Charles Henry and Dosha Ann (nee Bradshaw) Barnard She was preceded in death by her husband Harry Dan Ross who pissed away in 1982 There will be no public visitation She is survived by a son and his wife, Dan and Vicky Ross, of Austin, and three grandchildren Bulverde Estates plat filed with Comal Appraisal District ;

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