New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 8, 1987, Page 2

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung July 8, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 8, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Births _ McKenna Memorial Hospital Mr. and Mrs. David Walsh; Blanco Street; Route I, Box 37, San Marcos; 6-pound. 4-ounce girl; July 5 Mr. and Mrs. Randy Fiugrath; 625 Lone Oak Road; 7-pound, 13-ounce girl; July 5. Mr and Mrs. Rd Wohlfahrt, Route 2, Box 182, Marion; 8-pound, 5-ounce girl; July 5. Deryl and Linda Clark; 443 W San Antonio; 7-pound, 9-ounce girl; Juh 6. Mr and Mrs. Jackie Watts; 935 Interstate 35, Number 28; 7-pound, 4-ouncegirl; July 7Obituaries Annie Erben Harborth Services for Annie Erben Harborth of Route 8, Box 178 in New Braunfels were at 2 p m today at Doep-peschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev, Eugene O’Callaghan and the Rev. Charles DeHaven, both of New Braunfels, officiating Harborth. 61, died July 5 at McKenna Memorial Hospital. Harborth was born May 30, 1926, to Bruno and Katie (nee Bechtoldi Erben in Bulverde. She married David Harborth in New Braunfels on April IO, 1947. Harborth was employed by the Comal Independent School District at Goodwin Primary School. She was a member of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Survivors include her husband, David Harborth; one daughter, Dana Rahe of New Braunfels; two sons, Dennis Harborth of New Braunfels « and Donald Harborth of Schertz; two sisters, Lome Vogt of Boerne and Lorine Wenzel of San Antonio; one brother, Milton Erben of New Braunfels; and seven grandchildren. Site was preceded ip death by one brother,Ma rvtn Krben Memorials may be given to Hospice of New Braunfels, the Mr and Mrs Robert Whitley; 934 Twin Oaks. New Braunfels; 7-ound, 12-ounce girl; July 3. Born in Northeast Baptist Hospital in San Antonio. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. B R. Whitley of New Braunfels and Mr. and Mrs Ray McVeigh of Conroe. Robert and Chris Eichmann of Fairbanks, Ala.; boy; July 6 Grandparents are Frank and Joyce Eichmann of Beaumont and Australia and great grandmother is Ella Busch of Seguin. Jim and Susan Ruppei of Bakersfield, Calif.; 7-pound, 10-ounce girl; July 2. Grandparents are Reno and Shirley Ruppei of New Braunfels. American Cancer Soviet} or tin American Heart AssociationIrma Salge Services for Irma Salge of 631 I^akeview Blvd. rn New Braunfels will be at IO a.m. Thursday at tin First Protestant United Church of Christ with the Rev. Peter Olsen officiating. Burial will follow in Guadalupe Valley .Memorial Park Salge. 88, died July 7 at Eden Home for the Aged. Salge was born to Herman and Bertha (nee Zipp) Koehler in Guadalupe County on March 17, 1899 She married Berthold Salge in New Braunfels on Dec. IO, 1919. A New Braunfels resident since 1955, Salge was a member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ She also was a member of the Albert Kypfer Lodge, the Clear Springs Frohsmn Singing Club and the American legion World War I Barracks No. 179 Auxiliary. Sne also was a former member of Frauen Verem. Survivors include her daughter, Dons Wendt of McQueeney; two sons, Helmuth Salge and Raymond Salge, both of New Braunfels; sister, Bettie I-ange of Seguin; 12 grand-Swim- Continued from Page I Season ticket sales are down this year about So.ObO. attributed bv K and Wofford to anger by bx al residents who or. ••:    t    tim ebase annual passed at higher pre . • while having to pay the surcharge t enter. Whatley said of that $5,(Mkt figure. $2,200 of that was lost through discontinuing out-of-tow n passes Fox said a telephone survey of other cities in the surrounding area revealed New Braunfels' pool fees are among the lowest .statewide Also, Whatley said the local parks department has one of the highest fee recovery rates of any city in th state, recovering about -JO percent of its overall budget through parks facility fees Seems like the cit} is getting the children and 14 great-grandchildren She was preceded in death by one daughter Memorials may be made to the K irst Protestant United Church of Christ or Eden Horne for the AgedDorothy C Shipley Graveside services for Dorothy ( Slupley of 757 Summer wood will be at 9:30 a m. Thursday at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Shipley, 57, died July 7 at McKenna Memorial Hospital. A New Braunfels resident since 1959, Shipley was born Aug 9, 1929, to Walter P. and Evelyn (nee Olson> Wiens in Des Moines, Iowa, She married Sid Shipley in Dallas on Nov. 7, 1953, Shipley was a member of the Church of Christ and was a housewife. Surv ivors include lier husband, Sid Shipley of New Braunfels; daughter, Sue Shipley of New Braunfels; three sons, Lynn Slupley of Corpus Christi, and Timmy Shipley and David Shipley, both of New Braunfels; one sister, Beverly Robinson of Dallas; one brother, Jack Wiens of Dallas; and six grandchildren heavy end of the stick, said Hales Resident Jeff Moore said the department should be more aggressive in requesting additional monies to operate and suggested approaching council with the surcharge issue in hopes that with two new members a new attitude might prevail. You are losing people. said Bul ky Smith, a pool instructor who %aid she was born and raised rn the pools here "Nobody likes the surcharge You are talking about a lot of money besides the cost of the pass ” Smith said she would seek more [H'l.ple to oppose the surcharge and appear before council The surcharge has been feruled a nuisance Some are not complaining about the addn; mal cost of annual passes, but Police Report New Braunfel* Police Department A business on KM 306 Tuesday reported credit card abuse in tile amount of $615.05 Two license plates, valued at $10, were reported stolen from a car Tuesday in a motel parking lot The theft sometime during the past week of a window airconditioning unit, valued at $3o0, was reported Tuesday in the 300 block of South Hackberry . An assault with bodily injury was reported early Tuesday by a 16-year-old girl in the 500 block of Kelleys Way Burglary of a motor vehicle Tuesday in Prince Solms Park resulted in the reported loss of a camera, purse and prescription medicine valued at $225 A color television and a table saw were reported stolen in a burglary Friday of a residence in the IOO block of East Commerce The stolen items were valued at $260 — Criminal mischief to an auto was reported Friday at Texas 46 South and Interstate 35. A disturbance resulting in injury to a child was reported Friday in the 300 block of Comanche No arrests were reported by police in connection with the incident. the inconvenience of having to bring a quarter to enter the facility Haass said people should not be asking for deleting the surcharge but rather to increase it ‘'Ask council for a higher surcharge, since you are tile ones who are going to benefit from it,” said Haass But Jo Lynn Moore said the prices were already so high she can no longer afford to go swmulling with her two -laughters anymore I ain a native and a senior citizen,” said Knuepper "I am not so mad about the $25 pass fee as I am the surcharge It has got everybody buzzing and they are mad about it This has always been a wonderful place but you are losing people ” Adelina Pma said she understood the board s actions better after at- Com»i County Sharif* • Department Investigator Ll Rudy Rubio Tuesday morning, with assistance from Bexar County Sheriff s office, arrested a San Antonio woman at her residence on burglary charges in connection with the May 5 burglary of a Bulverde residence In Comal County Jail on burglary charges is Amparo Urbane Diaz, 39, of 214 Harlan in San Antonio Her bond was set at $10,000 by Justice of the Peace Fred Stewart Stewart also issued the arrest w arrant on Diaz “We haven’t recovered the property yet, we are still working on it,” said Ruble Tuesday of the $5,000 worth of furniture and appliances reportedly taken in the burglary He said follow-up investigation led Comal County Sheriff’s department authorities to the arrest of the San Antonio woman. — An American and a Texas flag were reported stolen overrught Saturday from a billboard at Canyon Park Drive and Waterfront Drive — Criminal nuschief to a boat was reported Saturday evening at Potter’s Creek boat ramp. — Arrested Saturday afternoon on River Road at K&l. Campgrounds on Department of Public Safety lending the meeting Tuesday and said perhaps people would feel belter about the surcharge if some improvements were made Another complaint, offered by June Grace who opposed both the increased fees and the surcharge. was that the city perhaps should have nutigated increases You threw too much at the people at one lime It was just too much,” she said A Smithson Valley resident, Betty Kite, who admitted to having a season swim pass despite being an out-of-towner, said the board should consider reinstating pass purchases for such patrons Many people oui around Bulverde. Spring Branch and Smithson Valley, except for tile old timers, don't even know New Braunfels exists ” warrants was Stephen Strong, 23. of Houston Arrested Sunday evening on River Road on active LI'S warrants was Frank Kaiana Sr, 26. of Houston A 214-year-old female Saturday reported an assault at Comal Park Arrested Friday evening at North Park on active Department of Public Safety warrants was Kelley Ann Garcia, 21, of San Antonio. A 1985 Pontiac Firebird was reported stolen Saturday un River road at little Ponderosa It was later recovered at Loop 337 and Common Street — Criminal nuschief to an auto was reported Saturday evening at Texas 46 near PM 3159 Arrested Friday night on River Road on active DPS warrants was Michael Ray Grogan, 26, of Ijvingston Arrested Friday night on River Road on active DPS warrants was Phillip Dean l*wis, 23, of Houston, Parsons with information regarding any falony crim# ara aahed to call Crim# Stoppers at 620 TIPS and speak to the officer on duty Callers remain anonymous Crime Stoppers pays rewards of up to ll OOO for information that leads to the arrest and grand Jury conviction of parsons committing felony Climes Page 2 Weather Herald-Ze/funp New Braunfels Texas Wednesday July 8. 1987 Water Watch Comal River....................716    cfs    (down    6) Canyon Lake inflow..........1,671    cfs    (down    101) Canyon Lake outflow............5,150    cfs (same) Canyon Lake level............. 932.85*    (down .73) Edwards Aquifer............... 629.35    (down .03) "Because of the high lake level, Cranes Mill Park, Canyon Park and Comal Park and all Corps of Engineers and Comal County boat ramps are closed. Forecast SOUTH TEXAS: Mostly cloudy skies and warm temperatures through Thursday. Scattered mainly daytime thundershowers, more numerous and with occasional heavy rain Southeast Texas. Highs 90s, except mid 80s at the coast. Ixtws tonight in the 70s, except near 80 coast. WEST TEXAS: Mostly sunny through Thursday with isolated late afternoon thunderstorms most sections. Widely scattered thunderstorms north and isolated thunderstorms elsewhere this evening, then fair later tonight. Lows tonight 66 Panhandle to 72 southeast and near 60 mountains. Highs Thursday 91 Panhandle to 98 far west and near 103 Big Bend valleys. NORTH TEXAS:    Isolated thunderstorms west and scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms central and east tonight and Thursday Warm and humid through Thursday. Highs Thursday 88 to 94. Lows tonight 70 to 74. Extended Forecast Friday Sunday SOUTH TEXAS; Partly cloudy warm days with fair warm nights Friday through Sunday. A chance of mainly daytime showers and thunderstorms in Southeast Texas and along the entire Texas Coast Low's near 70 in the Hill Country to near 80 on the coast. Highs in the 90s except upper 80s along the coast coast and IOO to 105 southwest along the Rio Grande. WEST TEXAS: Widely scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms Friday through Sunday Little day to day temperature change. NORTH TEXAS: Parti} cloud} with a slight chance of thunderstorms P'riday through Sunday. Daytime highs in the 90s Overnight lows in the 70s. Panhandle; highs lower 90s. lows mid-60s. South Plains: highs mid-90s, lows upper 60s. Permian Basin; highs mid-90s. lows near 70. Concho Valley: highs mid-90s. lows lower 70s. Far west; highs upper 90s. lows mid-60s. Big Bend highs near 90 to nnd-90s mountains and from near 102 to near 108 along the Rio Grande Lows near 60 mountains to mid-70s along the river. Texas Weather Scattered showers and thunderstorms were forecast across most of Texas through Thursday. The showers and thunderstorms are being triggered by passing upper level disturbances and spawned at least three tornadoes across Northwest Texas late Tuesday. A tornado damaged a mobile home and the roofs of several other homes at Stratford. Other tornadoes touched down west of Amherst and west of Littlefield Winds gusted to 70 mph during the storm at Stratford and golf ball size hail pelted Lubbock. Forecasts are calling for a chance of thunderstorms across most of the state through Thursday The thunderstorms will be more numerous in Southeast Texas and some will be accompanied by occasional heavy rain. Lows tonight will be mostly in the 70s, ranging from the lower 60s in the higher elevations of Southwest Texas to the lower 80s in South Texas Highs Thursday will be mostly in the 90s with readings in southern portions of the state expected to reach or climb slightly above the 100-degree mark. Scattered showers and thunderstorms, including some strong storms, were reported early toda} over the High Plains and offshore in the Gulf of Mexico off the upper Texas coast. Early morning temperatures were mostly in the 70s, ranging from the lower 60s in higher elevations of Southwest Texas ti* the lower 80s along the coast Extremes ranged from 61 at Marfa in the Davis Mountains to 83 at Corpus Christi. Other early morning temperatures around the state included 65 at Amarillo, 76 at Wii hit<r*K alls. 74 at Fort Vt irtl and Waco, 73 at Austin, 75 at San Antonio, 74 at Houston, 77 at Brownsville, 72 at San Angelo. 69 at Lubbock, 73 at Midland and 85 at El Paso. Hundreds chant Tax, Tax, Tax AUSTIN (AP) - Hundreds of demonstrators who flocked to the Capitol are telling lawmakers they prefer higher taxes to reductions in vital state services. A rally, organized by the Texas Industrial Areas Foundation and other community groups, drew a crowed estimated by organizers at 3,000 to the Capitol on Tuesday. "The legacy that you leave should be greater than the heritage you receive,” said Barry Jackson, a leader of Austin Interfaith. "We want them to be courageous. We're willing for them to tax us.” Speaker after speaker urged lawmakers to pass, and Gov. Bill Clements to sign, a state budget that wouldn't cut public education, higher education, indigent health care programs, child protective services and human service programs. "Thank God you’re here because the cause is important.” San Antonio Mayor Henry Cisneros told the crowd. "The next IO days will decide whether we go backw ard or forward. I say let’s go forward. "if there’s enough money to buy foreign cars and Gucci shoes and apartment complexes, there’s enough money to pa} for the education of the children, Cisneros said. "We want a future for these children.” said Hector Rodriguez of Valley Interfaith. "We're here to do one thing - that’s to make sure 150 representatives and 31 senators get the job done.” Also speaking to the rally were members of the Legislature, along with Lt. Gov. Bill Hobby and Attorney General Jim Mattox "It’s time to help the needy, not the greedy.” said Rep I-arry Evans, D-Houston, chairman of the Legislative Black Caucus * Hell will freeze over before w e go along w ith the cuts that have been proposed by our governor.” Rep. Al Luna, D-Houston. noted that Clements, a Republican, ha> been saying opinion polls show public opposition to higher ta\e> "Gov. Clements believes that most Texas citizens aren’t willing to pay higher taxes.” Luna said "Gov Clements needs to look down here * from his second-floor Capitol office and see another Texas poll ”safes- Continue Response time exar to five minute-' in J* seven minutes in Uni minutes to Live Oak and 15 minute to St Hedwig, said Funk Cost pc run averages about $150 per hour Equipment that would mak money also costs monev Savs Funk Seele vandalism Vandals broke into Seele Elementary School sometime late Saturday or early Sunday and set off several fire extinguishers in the audiovisual instruction area According to New Braunfels In dependent School District Assistant Superintendent Lonnie Curtis, the area had only recently been cleaned in preparation for the coming school year Tables were overturned and the dust from the ex tinguishers may have damaged some of the equipment Officials said the incident appears to be merely vandalism with no expensive items missing (Photo by Roger Robinson>Search Continued from Page 1 the fall, in my opinion, let’s do it then. But let’s not dump more on her, ' Albrecht said She added that the deposal company has determined roughly where the body should be I don’t want anybody hurt I dont want anybody's life endangered But if that’s not the issue, let's do it,” she said The group of volunteers is planning to attend the San Antonio Cit} Council meeting Thursday to express their opinion that the search should continue Albrecht said the Moberg family us supporting the effort to locate the girl’s body Besides the fact that not locating the body could set a dangerous precedent, .Albrecht said she is concerned that dumpsters might already be used for persons trying to dispose of bodies "lf it’s that easy for somebody to kill somebody and throw them in a dumpster, then we need to do something about it It is that easy for other people to go ahead and do it lxx>k how many babies. live babies, have been found in dumpsters." Albrecht said Albrecht added that with the large number of missing children in the San Antonio area, it would be dangerous to let the search end without going into the landfill She said it could leave a dangerous impression in the minds of sick individuals that a dumpster is the perfect place to put a body did non-emergency patient * transports, wed have to put on another ambulance ” The estimated I *87-88 budget for SAFES is about $200,000, and almo of that is people.” F SAFES and other drew attention problems concerns >t 50 ti 4o percent ink said medical services recently when g FMS contracts between the City of Seguin and Guadalupe County i ame out in <pef meetings Funk said SAFES is not interested in more territory and is showing a profit w ith the business it has H unk also said that conipansions regarding fully paid service and volunteer or part-volunteer services are "entirely ” w rong These people are just as professional as in San Antonio and ITI stack them against any fully paid system,” he said We've got a lot at dedicated people He said he believes his firm will be in business "long after the others cannot continue ” ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: July 8, 1987

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