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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 8, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Weather July Canyon 101 Canyon Laks efs same Ctfiyan Lakt down Edwards down Cranas Ml Canyon Park and Comal Park and all Corps of Enginaars and Comal County boat ramps are closad forecast SOUTH TEXAS Mostly cloudy skies Mid temperatures through Scattered mainly daytime more numerous and with oc casional heavy rain Southeast Highs except mid 80s at the Lows tonight in the except near 80 WEST TEXAS Mostly sunny through Thursday with isolated late afternoon thunderstorms most thunderstorms north and isolated thunderstorms elsewhere this then fair later to 72 southeast and near 60 Highs Thursday 91 Panhandle to 98 far west and near 103 Big Bend NORTH TEXAS Isolated thunderstorms west and scattered afternoon evening thun derstorms central and east tonight and Warm and humid through Highs Thursday 88 to Lows tonight 70 Extended Forecast FridaySunday SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy warm days with fair warm nights through A chance mainly daytime showers and thunderstorms in Southeast Texas and along the entire Texas Lows near 70 in the Hill Country to near 80 on the Highs in the 90s except upper 80s along the coast coast and 100 to 105 south west along the Rib WEST TEXAS Widely scat tered and evening thunderstorms Friday through day day tem perature NORTH TEXAS Partly cloudy with a slight chance of thun derstorms Friday through Sun Daytime highs in the Overnight lows in the Panhandle highs lower lows South Plains highs lows upper Permian Basin highs lows near Concho Valley highs lows lower Far west highs upper lows Big Bend highs near 90 to mid90s mountains and from near 102 to near 108 the Rio Lows nW ij mountains to tnid 70s along the Texas Weather Scattered showers and thun derstorms were forecast across most of Texas through The showers and thunderstorms are being passing upper level disturbances and spawned at least three tornadoes across Northwest Texas late A tornado damageda mobile home and the roofs of several homes at Other tornadoes touched down west of Amherst and west of Winds gusted to 70 mph during the storm at Stratford and golf ball size hail pelted Forecasts are calling for a chance of thunderstorms across most of the state through Thur The thunderstorms will be more numerous Southeast Texas and some will be ac companied by occasional heavy Lows tonight will be mostly in the ranging from the lower 60s in the higher elevations of Southwest Texas to the lower 80s in South Highs Thursday will be mostly in the 90s with readings in southern portions of the state expected to reach or climb slightly above the 100degree Scattered showers and thun including some strong were reported early today over the High Plains and offshore in the Gulf of Mexico off the upper Texas Early morning temperatures were mostly in the ranging from the lower 60s in higher elevations of Southwest Texas to the lower 80s along the Extremes ranged from 61 at Marfa in the Davis Mountains to 83 at Corpus Other early morning tem peratures around the state in cluded 65 at 76 at 74 at Fort Worth and 73 at 75 at San 74 at 77 at 72 at San 69 at 73 at Midland and 85 at El Hundreds chant Tax AUSTIN AP Hundreds of demonstrators who flocked to the Capitol are telling lawmakers they prefer higher takes to reductions in Vital state A organized by the Texas Industrial Areas Foundation and community drew A estimated by organizers at to the Capitol on The legacy that you leave should be greater than the heritage you said Barry a leader of Austin We want them to be Were willing for them to tax Speaker after speaker urged lawmakers to and Bill Clements to a state budget that wouldnt cut public higher indigent health care child protective services and htiman service Thank God youre here because the cause is San Antonio Mayor Henry Cisneros told the The next 10 days will decide whether we go backward or I say lets go If theres enough money to buy foreign cars and Gucci shoes and apartment theres enough money to pay for the education of the Cisneros We want a future for these said Hector Rodriguez of Valley Were here to do one thing thats to make sure 150 representatives and 31 senators get the job Also speaking to the rally were members of the along with Bill Hobby and At torney General Jim Its time to help the not the said Larry D Houston chairman of the Legislative Black Hell will freeze over before we go along with the cuts that have been proposed by our gover Al noted that a has been saying opinion polls show public opposition to higher Clements believes that most Texas citizens arent willing to pay higher Luna Clements needs to look down here from his secondfloor Capitol office and see another Texas Seele vandalism Births McKenna Memorial Hospital and David Walsh Blanco Street Route Box San Marcos 4ounce girl July and Randy Flugrath 625 Lone Oak Road 13ounce girl July and Ed Wohlfahrt Route Box Marion 5ounce girl Deryl and Linda Clark 443 San Antonio 9ounce girl July and Jackie Watts 935 Interstate Number 28 4 ouncegirl Obituaries and Robert Whitley 934 Twin New Braunfels 12ounce girl July Born in Nor theast Baptist Hospital in San An Grandparents are and Whitley of New Braunfels and and Ray McVeigh of Robert and Chris Eichmann of boy July Grandparents are Frank and Joyce Eichmann of Beaumont and and great grandmother is Ella Busch of Jim and Susan Ruppel of Baker 10ounce girl July Grandparents are Reno and Shirley Ruppel of New Vandals broke into Seele Elementary School sometime late Saturday or early Sunday and set off several fire extinguishers in the audiovisual in struction According to New Braunfels In dependent School District Assistant Superintendent Lonnie the area had only recently been cleaned in preparation for the coming school Tables were overturned and the dust from the ex tinguishers may have damaged some of the Officials said the incident appears to be merely vandalism with no expensive items Photo by Roger Robinson Search Continued from Page 1 the in my lets do it But lets not dump more on Albrecht She added that the diposal company has determined roughly where the body should I dont want anybody I dont want anybodys life en But if thats not the issue lets do she The group of volunteers is planning to attend the San Antonio City Council meeting Thursday to express their opinion that the search should Albrecht said the Moberg family Is sup porting the effort to locate the girls Besides the fact that not locating the body could set a dangerous Albrecht said she is concerned that dump sters might already be used for persons trying to dispose of If its that easy for somebody to kill somebody and throw them in a then we need to do something about it It is that easy for other people to go ahead and do Look how many live have been found in Albrecht Albrecht added that with the large number of missing children in the San Antonio it would be dangerous to let the search end without going into the She said it could leave a dangerous impression in the minds of sick individuals that a dumpster is the perfect place to put a SAFES Continued from Paoe 1 Response time examples are four to five minutes in six to seven minutes in Universal 12 minutes to Live Oak and 15 minutes to said Cost per run averages about per Equipment that would make money also costs Says If we did nonemergency patient wed have to put on another The estimated 198788 budget for is about and almost 50 to 45 percent of that is Funk SAFES and other medical services drew attention recently when problems concerning EMS contracts Swim between the City of Seguin and Guadalupe County came out in opeg Funk said SAFES is not interested in more territory and is showing a profit with the business it Funk also said that comparisons regarding fully paid service and volunteer or partvolunteer services are entirely These people are just as professional as in San Antonio and Ill stack them against any fully paid he Weve got a lot of dedicated He said he believes his firm will be in business long after the others cannot Continued from Page 1 Season ticket sales are down this year about attributed by Fox and Wofford to anger by local residents who to pur chase annual passes at higher prices while having to pay the surcharge to Whatley said of that of that was lost through discontinuing outoftown Fox said a telephone survey of other cities in the surrounding area revealed New Braunfels pool fees are among the lowest Whatley said the local parks department has one of the highest fee recovery rates of any city in the recovering about 40 percent of its overall budget through parks facility Seems like the city is getting the heavy end of the said Resident Jeff Moore said the department should be more aggressive in requesting additional monies to operate and suggested approaching council with the sur charge issue in hopes that with two new members a new attitude might You are losing said Bucky a pool instructor who said she was born and raised in the pools Nobody likes the sur You are talking about a lot of money besides the cost of the Smith said she would seek more people to oppose the surcharge and appear before The sur charge has been termed a Some are not complaining about the additional cost of annual but the inconvenience of having to bring a quarter to enter the Haass said people should not be asking for deleting the but rather to increase Ask council for a higher since you are the ones who are going to benefit from said But Jo Lynn Moore said the prices were already so high she can no longer afford to go swimming with her two daughters I am a native and a senior said I am not so mad about the pass fee as I am the It has got everybody buzzing and they are mad about This has always been a wonderful place but you are losing Adelina Pina said she understood the boards actions better after at tending the meeting Tuesday and said perhaps people would feel better about the surcharge if some im provements were Another offered by June Grace who opposed both the increased fees and the was that the city perhaps should have mitigated You threw too much at the people at one It was just too she A Smithson Valley Betty who admitted to having a season swim pass despite being an said the board should consider reinstating pass purchases for such Many people out around Spring Branch and Smithson except for the old dont even know New Braunfels Police Report Annie Erben Harborth Services for Annie Erben Harborth of Route Box 178 in New Braunfels 2 today at Doep pwchmidt Funeral Home with the Eugene OCallaghan and the Charles both of New died July 5 at McKenna Memorial ferbprth was born May to BfWig Katie nee Bechtold Ejrben jn Sjie married Pivi4 Harbortli in New Braynjels on April Hsrborth was ployed the Comal Independent School pjstrjclt it jQojJwifl Primary She was a njembir pf Piter aiid Gttfetfe SWfWYfifl JapWl her Dana of New two Dennis of New Braunfels iig Donald Harborth oj Schertz two Vogt oj Boerne and Antonio one Milton Erfcn of New American Cancer Society or the American Heart IrmaSalge Services for Jrma Salge of 631 Lakeview in New Braunfels will be at 10 Thursday at the First Protestant United Church of Christ with the Peter Olsen Burial will follow in Guadalupe Valley Memorial died July 7 at Eden Home for the Salge was born to Herman and Bertha nee Zipp Koehler in Guadalupe County on March She married Berthold Salge in New Braunfels w A New Braunfels resident since Salge was a member pf the First Protssfaint United Church of She also was a member Of the Albert Kypfer the Clear Springs Frohsjnn Singing Club and the American legion Wprld War I Bjrracfes 179 She also was a former pf Frauen may bje given to New the fetamtb Sslge ajod RgymPAd of liew gravels pf Segujyo 12 grand children and 14 She was preceded in death by one Memorials may be made to the First Protestant United Church of Christ or Eden Home for the Dorothy Shipley Graveside services for Dorothy Shipley of 757 Summerwood will be at Thursday at Guadalupe Valley Memorial died July 7 at McKenna Memorial A New Braunfels resident since Shipley was bom to Walter and Evelyn nee OJson Wiens in Des She married Sid Shipley in Dallas on Shipley was a member of the Church of Christ and was a Survivors include her Sid Shipley of New Braujtfelsj Sue Shipjey of New Bjwtfefe three Lynn Shipley pf Corpus and Ttooy Shipley and David both ol New Braunfels ojae Beverly Robinson of Dallas one Jade Wiens of Dallas and sis New Braunfals Police Department A business on FM 306 Tuesday reported credit card abuse in the amount of Two license valued at were reported stolen from a car Tuesday in a motel parking The theft sometime during the past week of a window air conditioning valued at was reported Tuesday in the 300 block of South An assault with bodily injury was reported early Tuesday by a J6r yearold girl in the 500 block of Kelieys Burglary of a motor vehicle Tuesday in Prince Solms Park resulted in the reported losjs of a purse and prescription medicine valued at A color tgble saw were reported stolen Jn a burglary Friday of a residence in the 100 block of East The stolen items were valued at CrunyisJ mischief to an iijtp was reported Friday 3 snd Interstate A resuJUpg uj injujry to a child was reported Frijay in the 300 bloelc of NP arrests were reported by police in gpjrjnecttpij with the Comal County Sheriff Department Investigator Rudy Rubjo Tuesday with assistance from Bexar County Sheriffs arrested a San Antonio woman at her residence on burglary charges in connection with the May 5 burglary of a Bulverde In Comal County Jail on burglary charges is Amparo Urbano of 214 Harlan in San Her bond was set at by Justice of the peace FreJ Stewart also issued the arrest warrant on We havent recovered the property we are still working on said Rubip Tuesday of the worth of furniture and appliances reportedly taken in the He said followup investigation led Cpmal County Sheriff department authorities to the arrest of the San Antonio were o Am mm aasi reppjltd steteo ft Cany w Park Drive jyid CrimiAsJ to boat WM reported SsturoUy evening Pot warrants was Stephen of Arrested Sunday evening on River Road on active DPS warrants was Frank Kalana of A female Saturday reported an assault at Comal Arrested Friday evening at North Park on active Department of Public Safety warrants was Kelley Ann of San A Pontiac Firebird was reported stolen Saturday MI River road at Little it was later recovered at Loop 337 and Common Criminal mischief to an auto was reported Saturday evening at Tews 4S near FM Arrested Friday night on River Road on active DPS warrants was Michael Ray of Arrested Fri4sy nighi ojj Rjvt r Road on active DPS warrants was Phillip Dean of Arrested if ternoiw m m M il K4L CVBpgrowite 90 Department PybJic toy fiteny srimt i if tiftTlFf ant t9 tfci 90 ftVI P MP m that to the   

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