New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 29, 1987, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 29, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 29, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 Herald-Zeitung. New Braunfels Texas Weather Thursday. October 29. 1987 •    J Right on the button Precincts Water Watch Comal River.......................407    (down    5) Canyon Lake inflow................315    (down    6) Canyon Lake outflow............. 292    (down    624) Canyon Lake level.............. 900.96    (down .10) Edwards Aquifer..................627.90    (up    .01) •The U.S. Corps of Engineers office at Canyon Dam is an official collection point for recyclable aluminum cans donated to help save the Battleship Texas, a veteran of two World Wars that is now rusting away in dock. Take beverage cans to the corps office between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For more information, call 1 800-64 TEXAS. Extended Forecast Saturday-Monday SOUTH TEXAS:    Little    or precipitation through Monday. Partly cloudy days to generally fair nights through Monday with little change in temperatures. Lows will range in the upper 40s north to the 50s central and southeast and in the 60s south and coastal plains. Daily highs in the upper 70s north and generally in the 80s elsewhere. NORTH TEXAS:    A slight chance of rain over the western half of the area Saturday and Ssunday. No rain expected Monday. Highs generally in the mid 70s to around 80. Lows in the 50s. WEST TEXAS:    Scattered thunderstorms areawide Saturday and east of the mountains Sunday. Otherwise partly cloudy throughout the period. Cooler Saturday. A little warmer Panhandle Monday. Panhandle...lows mid 40s. Highs upper 60s Saturday and Sunday warming to mid 70s Monday. South Plains...lows near 50 to mid 40s. Highs lower 70s to mid 70s. Permian Basin...lows mid 50s to near 50. Highs mid 70s to upper 70s. Concho Valley...lows upper 50s to mid 50s. Highs upper 70s Far West...lows around 50. Highs mid 70s to upper 70s. Big Bend...lows near 40 mountains to upper 50s along the Rio Grande. Highs mid 70s mountains to near 90 along the river. Forecast SOUTH TEXAS: Mostly fair tonight. Brief morning cloudiness central and west Friday, otherwise partly cloudy. Highs 80s, near 90 lower Rio Grande Plains. Lows upper 50s east, 60s elsewhere. Port Arthur to Port O’Connor: South wind near 15 knots seas 3 to 5 feet through Friday. Port O’Connor to Brownsville: Southeast wind 15 to 20 knots through Friday, gusty near shore during the afternoon. Seas 4 to 6 feet with isolated showers. NORTH TEXAS: Increasing cloudiness west and fair east tonight. Mostly cloudy west and partly cloudy east Friday with a slight chance of showers extreme northwest. Highs today 78 to 85. Lows tonight 56 to 63. Highs Friday 78 to 83. WEST TEXAS:    Isolated thunderstorms far west this afternoon, spreading into the Pecos Valley tonight. Isolated to scattered thunderstorms areawide Friday. Highs today lower 80s north to middle 80s south and far west, except lower 90s Big Bend valleys. Lows tonight near 50 mountains and lower 50s north to lower 60s Concho and Big Bend valleys. Highs Friday middle 70s north to lower 80s southeast, except near 90 Big Bend valleys. Texas Weather The greater part of Texas had clear skies this morning as an upper level high pressure system just west of the state continued to influence the weather pattern, the National Weather Service said Some high level clouds were moving across the western sections of the state. Southerly winds at 5 to 15 mph breezed across most sections, except in the trans-pecos where the winds were light and variable Temperatures at 4 a.rn were in the 50s and 60s statewide Obituaries Robert Ebensberger Jr. Funeral services were scheduled for this afternoon at 2 p m for New Braunfelser Robert Ebensberger, Jr., who passed away Oct. 27 at Four Seasons Nursing Home in San Antonio. Ebensberger, 82. was born in New Braunfels to Robert and Anna (nee Iuiux i Ebemsberger He lived here until moving to San Antonio in 1980 Services were to be held at Ceasar Kerns Funeral Home in San Antonio with burial to follow in Comal Cemetery He is survived by a son. Clarence Ebensberger, of San Antonio; four brothers. Oscar Ebensberger, of Mt. Pleasent; Charlie Ebensberger. af Kerrville: Eddie Ebensberger. of Seguin; Henry Ebensberger. of New Braunfels; two sisters. Cecils Schmidt and Agnes Heven. both of New Braunfels; two grandsons, a gran-daughter and two step-grandchildren. The family lias requested in lieu of flowers, memorials be made to the charity of one’s choice. Police Reports — Police Monday morning arrested Kevin Derral Clifton. 19, of 1336 Winding Way, on a charge of attempting to elude police. He was stopped at Gruene Road and Loop 337 following a chase with police — Family violence resulted in injuries Monday evening to a woman in the 2000 block of West Katy Street No arrests or charges were made by police. — Burglary of a motor vehicle in the IOO block fo Landa Street Monday evening resulted in the theft of stereo speakers and equalizer, valued at $90 — A set of license plates were stolen from a vehicle overnight Saturday while on Interstate 35 frontage road between Solms Road and Rueckle Road. — Criminal mischief to a residence occurred overnight Sunday rn the IOO block of South Hill Street. — Crinunal mischief to a vehicle was reported Monday rn the 300 block of South Market Street — Criminal mischief to a business was reported overnight Saturday in the 1600 block of Spur 3 — A 40-year-old Austin contractor reported to police Sunday the theft of his 1987 Chevy Suburban stolen from the corner of liberty and West Austin Streets. The vehicle, dark and light gray in color and bearing Texas license plates P-8161, contained thousands of dollars worth of pistols, shotguns, rifles, electronic equipment and other items — A portable stereo, VCR and video tapes were taken from a house Saturday in the 900 block of Ohio Drive — Burglary of a procesaing plant Sunday morning resulted in the theft of an undetermined amount of supplies. The incident occurred in the 400 block of North Guenther Street. — An electric guitar, amplifier and stereo equipment were stolen from a residence late Saturday or early Sunday in the 700 block of Gruene Check your voter registration card for your precinct number. Pct. No. 1 — American Legion Home Comal Post No. 179, 410 West Cross Street, New Braunfels. Pct. No. 2 — Cross Lutheran Church Activities Center, 169 South Hickory, New Braunfels. Pct. No. 3 — Fire Station No. 2, Loop 337 and Hanz Road, New Braunfels. Pct. No. 4 — Comal Elementary School, FM 482, New Braunfels. Pct. No. 5 — Bracken Fire Station, off FM 2252, Bracken. Pct. No. 6    — First United Methodist Church, Wesley Hall, 572 West San Antonio Street, New Braunfels. Pct. No. 7    — Holy Family Church CCD Center, 245 South Hidalgo, New Braunfels. Pct. No. 8 — Fire Station No. 4, 501 Kerlick Lane, New Braunfels. Pct. No. 9 — Mission Valley Bowling Club, Texas 46 North, New Braunfels. Pct. No. 10    Bulverde Community Center Bulverde and Ammann Road, Bulverde. Pct. No. 11 Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church Hall, 138 West Austin Street, New Braunfels. Pct. No 12 - Comal County Maintenance Building (Road Dept), Texas 46 West, New Braunfels. Pct.    No    13    Startz    Cafe. Startzville Pct No 14 Smithson Valley High School, FM 311, Smithson Valley. Pct No 15 Fraternal Order of Eagles Hall, 257 East South Street New Braunfels Pct.    No    16    Faith United Church, 970 Loop 337, New Braunfels Pct No 17    River City Log Homes PM 306 at Bretzke Lane New Braunfels Pct No 18 Canyon City Fire Station, FM 306 at Canyon City Canyon City Pct    No    19    Fischer    Com triunity Center, FM 32, Fischer Pct    No    20    Canyon    High School Gym, 1510 Interstate 35 New Braunfels Pct No 21    Spring Branch Lodge Hall, US 281, Spring Branch Pct No 22 Seele School 540 Howard. New Braunfels Pct No 23 Eden Home for the Aged, 631 Lakeview New Braunfels Pct    No    24 County Clerks County Courthouse Road The stolen items were valued at $1,700 — A vehicle was used to damage a sign and flagpole at a restaurant early Sunday morning in the 14000 block of 1-35 West, — Crinunal mischief was reported at an apartment overnight Saturday in the 600 block of Bavarian Drive. — A bicycle, valued at $300. was stolen from a backyard of a residence over the weekend in the 200 block of East Faust Street. — A Houston man. Andrew John Howard. 31, was arrested and charged with driving while license suspended. — Criminal mischief to a school building occurred Saturday at New Braunfels High School. In a related incident, a 16-year-old student reported criminal mischief to her car rn the school’s parking lot. — Burglary of a business overnight Friday was reported in the HOO block of landa Street. Damage to the building was estimated at $600 — A television, VCR and video tapes were stolen from a residence late Friday or early Saturday in the 2800 block at Windgate The stolen items were valued at $1,165. — A 1966 Mazda 626-lJC was reported stolen Saturday morning from a McKenna Memorial Hospital parking lot. The silver and gray car bears Texas license plates 773-PBW — Carmela Garcia, 27, of Seguin, was arrested at a department store Saturday evening in the 200 block ai 1-35 West and charged with Class B theft after allegedly shoplifting clothing items valued at $54.98. Persons with information regarding any unsolved felony crime are ashed to call Crime Stoppers at 121-TIPS, day or night, and speak to the officer on duty. Callers are not asked to give their names. Crime Stoppers pays cash rewards of up to $1,601 for information that leads to an arrest and grand Jury conviction of persons committing felony crimes. Stick 'em up Suzanne Herbelin, Wurstfest's executive secretary, hands $50 and a bundle of goodies to Milton H Scheel, who won the fourth week of the Count the Opas contest in the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung The contest runs weekly through the end of Wurst fest. Scheel also won a six pack of Wurstfest can coolers, four tickets to the Wurstfest and a bumper sticker Count the Opas entry forms are found in every Thursday edition of the Herald Zeitung. Nov. 3 Continued from Page I Amendment No. 19 "The constitutional amendment authorizing the issuance of general obligation bonds to fund undertakings related to a superconducting super collider research facility sponsored or authorized by the United States government, and to make appropriate grants for such undertakings ” Amendment No. 20 "The constitutional amendment to authorize the legislature to provide ad valorem tax relief for certain offshore drilling equipment that is not in use-Amendment No. 21 “The constitutional amendment permitting the legislature to include the speaker of the house of representatives or the speaker s appointee in the membership of an executive agenes or committee Amendment No. 22 "The constitutional amendment to allow tin* legislature to limit the authority of the governor to fill vacancies in the state and district offices during the end of a governor s term if the governor is not reelected Amendment No. 23 “The constitutional amendment to authorize the issuance of an additional $400 million of Texas Water Development Bonds for water supply water quality and flood control purposes “ Amendment No. 24 "The constitutional amendment to permit a county to perform work. without compensation, for another governmental entity Amendment No 25 “The constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to permit the Amarillo Hospital District to serve certain residents of Randall County, to authorize Randal! County to provide financial assitance to the district, and to authorize certain hospital districts to change their boundaries ” Proposition No I The State Board at Education shall be composal •( members who are appointed from districts instead af elected, with equal representation from throughout th* State at Texas Proposition No 2 The legalisation of pari-mutuel wagering under the Texas Racing Act on a county-by-county loc at option basis County Option Election Proposition No I legalizing pari-mutuel wagering on horses in Comal County Proposition No 2 Creating the Comal County W.«t**r Oriented Recreation District to include certain unincorporated areas ai the county to provide for the collection of us* fees and user sales taxes within the district for tfw-purpose al funding additional law enforcement. .sanitary facilities road improvements Utter control, and other services av authorized by enabling legislation S&L commissioner resigning post Absentee office Comal AUSTIN AP Although he say> there is still work to be done withir the state thrift industry, Texas Savings and Ixtan Commissioner I. Ijnton Bowman III is leaving his post to go into a private consulting business “As I end IO years of service to my state. I’m gratified at hay mg had this opportunity,” Bowman told til* savings and l«»an section of th*' Finance Commission of Texas Wednesday "There's still muc h more to dc within die department arui within the savings and loan industry, but I rn confident that there remains among the staff and the commission the will, determination and energy to make even more improvements ' he said Bowman, 58 said he has been planning die move since January because he became \ested in da-state retirement system this year His resignation from die $77.250-a year job us effective Non 16 Bowman -und his retirement as slate savings and loan commissioner is not related to controversy dial arose this year over his partnership III a real estate company With the former chairman of a failed Dallas dir if I In financial disclosure statements Bowman listed a partnership in CottonwinKl Investments Inc with former Vernon Savings A Durn Association chairman Patrick King Vernon was declared insolvent this year, and regulators charged in a federal lawsuit that King and oilier former offic ers looted ’’ the thrift This decision to resign! was made back in January. said Bowman, who has been commissioner since 1983 and became vested in the state retirement plan at die end ai September Bowman said his consulting firm will be based rn Austin and will .iffer a variety of services to financial institutions It will specialize in helping savings and loans handle newly acquired real estate, he said You ve got a fantastic amount of real estate out there drat s owned by savings and loans now he said Something has got to be done with it ” In a statement t*< th* financial se* tioti s governing b»«l> Bowman said of his time as commissioner. This has been a difficult es anomic time for Texas arni lls savings and loans It has not been easy of fun, to say the least, to act as a regulator during such a period of trial But it fias f»-en a responsibility which I have not taken lightly he veld R liars Stone of Dallas eie* ted chairman ti the financial section Wednesday told Bowman We appreciate every dung you ve done You’ve had one of the most, lf not the moat, difficult jobs in state regulation Wallace Coffman gats held up by 'Deputy' Flo Holden as he enter* the Red Bandana Saloon at a Western party hosted by members of the Laureate Upsilon Chapter of Beta Sigman Phi The party took place at the Forke Store at Conservation Plaza. (Photo by Frances Bridges) Correction Pertaining to the Buy For Less Ad that ran in Wed. Oct. 28 Herald Zeitung and in Thurs. Oct. 29 Comal County News. Five items were inadvertently left off the Ad The actual register tape is as shown . 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