New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 24, 1987, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 24, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 24, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2    Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels. Texas Weather Thursday. September 24. 1987 Stocking mix-up Water Watch Comal River.........................412    (same) Canyon Lake inflow...............677    (down    72) Canyon Lake outflow...............1,890    (same) Canyon Lake level.............905.49    (down    .41) Edwards Aquifer...........  628.12    (down    .02) Extended Forecast Saturday-Monday SOUTH TEXAS: Partly cloudy Saturday through Monday. Highs 80s north to 90s south; lows upper 50s Hill Country, low 70s lower coast and lower Rio Grande Valley, 60s elsewhere. WEST TEXAS: A slight chance of thunderstorms mainly far west Saturday and east of the mountains Sunday and Monday. Other-wise mostly fair with temperatures near normal. Panhandle and South Plains: highs mid-70s to mid-80s, lows lower to mid-50s. Permian Basin, Concho Valley and far west: highs 80s, lows mid- to upper 50s. Big Bend: highs upper 70s mountains to lower 90s along the Rio Grande, lows near 50 mountains to lower 60s along the river. NORTH TEXAS: Partly cloudy with no rain expected Saturday through Monday. Highs 80s. lows upper 50s to lower 60s. Forecast SOUTH TEXAS: Fair and mild tonight. Partly cloudy Friday. Lows tonight in the 60s except near 70 along the middle and upper coast. Highs Friday in the 90s except mid 80s along the upper coast NORTH TEXAS: Continued fair tonight and Friday. Lows tonight low to mid 60s all but southeast with upper 50s southeast portion Highs Friday low 90s central and west, upper 80s east. WEST TEXAS: Sunny days and fair at night through Friday, except for partly cloudy with isolated afternoon thunderstorms far west on Friday. A little warmer this afternoon most places. Highs in the mid to upper 80s except near 80 mountains and in the lower 90s Big Bend valleys. Lows tonight in the 50s. Texas Weather Clear skies and cool temperatures dominated the Texas weather scene today, as high pressure at the surface and aloft remained anchored over the state. However, the National Weather Service reported that the surface high pressure system was giving way to a developing low pressure trough over West Texas Light south to southwest winds breezed across most of the state at speeds generally in the 5 to IO mph range Temperatures were in the 40s over the higher elevations of far West Texas while the rest of the state had readings in the 50s and 60s. Early morning extremes ranged from 42 degrees at Marfa in the Davis Mountains to 6y degrees at Corpus Christi The weather service said mostly sunny skies and warmer temperatures were in store for Texas, with continued fair weather through Friday Obituaries Paul F. Waldner Jr. Paul F. Waldner Jr of Canyon Lake died Sept, 16, 1987 He was born in Detroit, Mich., on Oct 2. 1916 He was a longtime resident of Houston and since his retirement in 1981. he has resided with his wife Ann in Canyon Lake. Waldner graduated from John Carrol University and received his master’s degree in social work from Western Reserve University in Cleveland. Ohio In addition to his wife. Waldner is survived by nine children Cecelia Abel, Paui F Waldner III. Steve Waldner. Margaret De La Garza, Mary Rice. Theresa Lorentz. Cathy Sievers. John Waldner. and Larry Waldner and 14 grandchildren In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to the St Thomas Catholic Church MC 4 Box 402. Canyon Lake. Texas 78133 Funeral services were held in Houston Sept 18 1987 with burial in Forest Park East Cemetery Police Report — Criminal mischief to an auto w as reported early Thursday morning in the 200 block of South Central — Miscellaneous theft of beer was reported early Thursday morning at a convenience store in the 1200 block of West San Antonio Street — Burglary of a motor vehicle Wednesday evening at Eas* North Street and North Grant r ^lted in the thetf of $30 cash — A grocer in the 300 block of Lan da Street reported the suspected Sept. 7 theft there of $250 cash — Burglary of a non-habitation overnight Tuesday in the 300 block of Land a Street resulted in the reported theft of 192 empty soda bottles, at a loss of $32. — An assault stemming from a domestic dispute was reported Wednesday evening in the 300 block of South Academy Street No injuries or arrests were reported — Theft sometime within the past couple of months of a license plate validation sticker was reported to police The theft occurred in the IOO block of Richter Lane — Criminal mischief to a motel room, estimated damage at $800. was reported Tuesday at a motel rn the 200 block of North Loop 337 Stammtisch_ Continued from Pogo I Kleinhalle directly behind Circle Arts Theatre in Landa Park between 8:30 a rn and 5 p m or from the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce office until Oct 29 ... Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Jeffrey and Stephanie Meurin 221 Caddell Lane 6-pound, 15-ounce boy. Sept. 18. Mr and Mrs Jesse Diaz; 908 McGar; 7-pound, 8-ounce girl; Sept 19 Mr and Mrs Shawn Frtel; 811 Oasis, 5-pound. 4-ounce and 5-pound twin girls; Sept. 19 Mr and Mrs Robert Saenz, 942 Koehler, 7-pound, 5-ounce girl; Sept 30 Mr and Mrs Mario Leos, Route I, Box 237AA, Kingsbury, 5-pound, 12-ounce girl; Sept. 21 Members of New Braunfels German Folkdancers Wednesday night performed traditional German folkdances including the one pictured above (translated in English to mean The Three Leather Stockings) that tells a story of a couple who argue over a missing stocking Nadya Lehmann and Paul W Hoehn perform the dance which includes a slap by man (pictured at left) Fair Court — A purse containing credit cards and $300 cash was stolen from a vehicle Tuesday in the HOO block of Hillcrest — Two male juveniles, ages IO and 12. were cited and released on a charge of Class C thetf. stemming from an alleged shoplifting incident at a discount store in the I IOO block of Interstate 35 West — Criminal trespass was reported Tuesday evening in the 6oo block of Bavarian Drive Nothing was reported stolen in the incident — A large silver-colored gas tank with a yellow rotary handle pump was stolen from a storage building Tuesday morning, according to police reports The tank was valued at $500 — Stereo equipment valued at $y25 was stolen from a private dance studio sometime Monday Persons with information regar ding any unsolved felony crime are asked to call Crime Stoppers at *20 TIPS, day or night, and speak to the officer on duty. Callers are not asked to give their names. Crime Stoppers pays rewards of up to SI,OOO tor in formation that leads to an arrest and indictment of persons committing felony crimes. and by woman followed by the couple making up pictured at right Members of New Braunfels Kinder Tanjen also performed during Wednesday s Night in Old New Braunfels on the hrst night of the 94th annual Coma1 County Fair The fun continues today with exhibits and judging and a rodeo tonight (Photos by Deryl Clark) Schroeder Continued irom Page I Schroeder ran unopposed in 19H4 elections on the Democratic ticket He said VS ednesday that he is undecided whether he will again run as a Democrat or as a Republican Filings for the various county of flees up for election begin in Iks ember w ith pnmanes scheduled for March arni general elections lo U beld in November 1988 Schroeder $ pronouncement followed an appeal for support from local lawyers for the county s Family \ lolence Shelter which is slated to open i tot I Alice smith a member of the {ami I) violence board in ( omai County and herself a haltered wife at on*' time asked attorneys for their pro tensional tlw sbelte od monetary support .< Members of the 1987 Comal County Fair Queen s Court were introduced along with their escorts during Night in Old New Braunfels Wednesday kicking off the 94th edition of the Comal County Fair Merideth McWilliams with her escort Chris Booth left Ryan Richter center is Princess and Buck with escort Mike St aw is the 19 Queen Fair royalty represents the ou during the year both locat'y ana at other fairs and parades (Photo by Deryl Clark Schedule Continued from Paqc I ’pm E ibibit hails dose 7 to 11 pm — Country and Western Dance in Coma Cor r a) Monday Sept 28 1987 8 a rn - noon — Ait e»hibitors SCOft are to ziaim thet entries from ©bra the war ous depar invents Fair Note Carnival f r,*,, y fair comme »rctai elhi hits open each ties day in accordan with public access to tam Comedian Bob Hope pushes anti-drug plan Fair fever has struck New Braunfels and part of the city and the county is calling it a holiday New Braunfels and Comal school district students will have the day off to attend or participate in the Comal County Fair Represen tatives from both school districts said classes will let out at their usual time this afternoon and then resume Monday morning All campuses and the administrative offices of both districts will be closed Friday. The Comal County Courthouse will be closed Friday to give employees a chance to go to the fair Those offices will open for work Monday Employees at the New Braunfels City Hall will get time off to watch the parade as it goes through town City offices will be closed from about 9 30 a rn to I p m Friday New Braunfels Utilities employees will be working away as the parade goes past their windows at the downtown office They said customers may have a little bit of trouble getting to the office, but if they do the employees will be ready for them .. DALLAS AF Comedian Bob Hope asked leaders of several Dallas corporations to support a nationwide anti drug program h« leads calling drug abuse* the biggest threat to America's youth Hope spoke in the theater named for him at .southern Methodist University Wednesday and mixed jokes with a straightforward message Everyone must join the fight against drug abuse This affair is a very se rious af fair Its almost what you would call impossible. Hope* said Drug abuse* “has hit us a lot in this country and really hurt us a lot But I am happy to join this group and try to remedy this situation It’s going to take all of you to do something Hope* made the appeal on behalf of the Hope* for a Drug Free America campaign Through if he plans to use* the support of famous athletes enter tamers politicians and corporate ex ecutives to set up a nationwide foun datum to fight drug abuse The organization hopes to raise-more than $100 million during the next three* years to sponsor drug counseling prevent urn programs and treatment centers throughout the country Hope* said he is planning to kick off the fund raising effort w ith a telethon to air the night before this year s Supt-r Bowl It will feature proles sional athletes telev ision and mov lest ars and other performers and will include a toll free number people can t all to ple*dge money or ask questions about drug abuse Dallas businessman Lamar Hunt hosted the Dallas meeting and said the idea for the campaign came a year ago from Vie Maitland vice chairman of the campaign and a member of the National Football league Alumni organization Hunt said Maitland believed one centralized antidrug abuse organization might succeed where numerous smaller groups have fail ed "We are not knocking the efforts of other groups,’ Hunt said But this is a unique concept that will allow us to better channel the txest of the nation s red \S resources Hope > distmguis eluding r anchornu Jimmy Stewart state Henry Corp chamma former Preside In his tv We think it van suet eed lid he- has recruited a ed list of supporters in •vision network t ronkite actor mer Secretary of anger (’hry _>ee I SCOCCA tit Richard Nixon leal tongue in cf alter Hi style Hoi that the derail f sional athlett ranks '    .    .I    .    '•    •!    ••!!.- urrent NIL strike plans to re nu gin . Hilt proles into his organization s sler and eek lad s hope that strike tv soon Hoi ii*in t want too Sundays off Uke every! _______over    pre! aid The players much they just want iv el st* Dancinl Continued from page I tempo at 3 p rn w hen New Braunfels' own The Craze plug in their amps to run through their rock n’ roll riffs The Texana Band with their variety of conjunta. rock and country and western is scheduled to play at 5 p rn followed at 9 p rn by the ever popular Mogan David A The Grapes of Wrath There will be a $4 admission charge for that per formance On Sunday , The Abbey a country and western act based in the Marion area, will kick off at I p rn At 2 p rn it will be the Honey Creek doggers tapping the concrete slab At 4 p rn., Ballet Folkloric Infanta will display their cultural dance routine with the Cedar Creek Band also scheduled Last but not least. Joe Aero & Blackjack will wind things up starting at 7 p rn with their CAW sounds Admission is free all day Sunday Put on your (lancing shoes — Ha wifi KA A Hamptons Continued (rom Page I concessionaire negotiations The newspaper has declined to print what the Hamptons and their lawyer have described as an apology for publishing city officials statements The Hamptons threatened to sue the newspaper if a retraction of those statements were not printed The plaintiffs seek exemplary damages jointly and severally from the newspaper as well as from Michie Jeffers and Ton I sh in which the Hamptons claim libelous and slanderous statements were made The petition states "Michie and Jeffers misrepresented the true state of facts maliciously for the reason that the statements were made with the knowledge they were false " The petition also claimed "many actions of city officials both by and through the office of the city attorney and defendants Michie arui Whatle manifest the combination of vanoi individuals including Goodbrea* Tn-ken Michie Whatley and olfiei employed by the city is a consptr tional course of conduct designed I not only destroy the value of tf plaintiff s leasehold estate but I eliminate the plaintiffs entirely froi effectively carrying on all busine! on city owned property and adjacei privately owned property “ The city terminated its leas agreement with the Hamptons c Feb ll after what city officials sa was a disagreement between the tu parties over liabilty insurance ar what amount of payments the Ham tons could take out of the operation Operation of the Tube Chute sin* the contract termination has be* under the auspices of the park department by city council in an a tion taken March 23 Having a garage sale? 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