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

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 08, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 8, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels. TexasWeather Tuesday. December 8.1987 One off a kind Water Watch Comal River...........................418    cts (same) Canyon Lake inflow..................301    cfs    (down 517) Canyon Lake outflow...................72 cfs (down 2)* Canyon Lake level.....................902.91    (up    .20) Edwards Aquifer....................627.92    (down OI) •Af the request of the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority the dam gates are closed and GBRA has begun pumping water over the dam through its newly constructed pipeline 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 rn and 4 30 p rn Monday through Friday For more information call I 800 64 TEXAS Forecasts    508 south, near 60 extreme south Lows Friday and Saturday from SOUTH TEXAS: Partly cloudy    l.he nort^ to tho 40s s<)U,h near with mild afternoons and cool    at    SO extrenie south Highs from the ru*ht through Wednesday. Early    '"s so,u'h morning fog along the immediate ..    ,    ...    .*7 . coastal plains. Lows tonight In the • atilt day Warmer Imlay, but Ws to mid atis south    cooler saturday Panhandle, lows NORTH TEXAS: Clear and cool    J'!'    ‘ V ',ls houlh I lams. lows tonight Increasing clouds    on    near *1 to upper ais Highs lower Wednesday with a chance    of    *ls t0, mi^ »** l e,rn"an Basin, showers west and south Highs to-    L?'s '*    T* t0 Up,H‘r day rn the upper sos to the mid 70s    ‘««cho Valley lows sos Lows tonight in the 40s. Highs on !!'^s Mls West lows ais Wednesav in the mid sos to the    ,near w’ 10 uPP‘‘r    l(1* lower 70s"    Bend, lows 20s mountains to mid WEST TEX.AS    Mostly clear    30s to cupper ,owlands through tonight    Increasing    “PP*'" SO* mountains to upper 60s clouds and colder Panhandle and a on* r,Nt*£ South Plains Wednesday, mostly    Texas fair elsewhere Lows tonight mid    ____ < *r .u.    u ai . .u i    formed    over    Texas todav 20s in the Panhandle to the mid 30s    .    .    ...    • .    a / w- . .    and    limited visibility over he south plains and far West to near r    .    ..    „    coastal plains and East Texas 40 Permian Basin Concho \ alley    i    i    j    .i . ...    replacing low clouds that moved and along the Bio Grande Highs    i,:,    ,    .    lf ... .    .    .    ..v    out of the eastern half of the state Wednesday near at) Panhandle to    u    , ... .    ,,    .    ,    ,,    But    in West lexas skie** were around 60s in the c oncho and Bio    Inn    ,___ Grande Valievs    I , t a S°'m' S° Extended Forecasts    tired high level Clouds I he wind over the state vv.i> Thursday—Saturday    fn>m variable directions    Witt speeds in the 5 mph to IO mph NORTH TEXAS A chance of    range However the Panhandle showers and turning cooler early    had a strong gusts west wind Thursday west and late Thursday    Some gusts were near 4o miles an east Clear to partly cloudy En    hour the National Weather Ser day and Saturday A slight chance    vice said of showers east again Saturday Earl y rn o r n i n g state lajws will be from the mid 30s to    temperatures were in the 4os and the mid 40s Thursday and rn the    .Sos uith a few readings in the ins 30s Friday and Saturday Highs    over the higher elevations of the will be from the mid 3t>s to the    Trans Pecos lower 60s    The 4 am state temperature SOI TH TEXAS A chance of    extremes were a low of ti degrees showers central and east Thurs-    at Marfa and a high of 59 degree?* day otherwise, decreasing clouds    at the Corpus Christi Na\al Air from the west and cooler Mostly    Station fair with mild days and cool nights    In the forecast mostly    clear Friday and Saturday Lows    tonight o\er West Texas and Thursday from the 4os north to the    North Texas Jacque Zunker was honored tor her work as president of New Braunfels Area Quilt Guild with a friendship basket quilt top made by guild members Members stitched and signed the quilt squares that were later put together to form the top Bonds Continued from Paqe I coming with a cost though she add til “It s exciting to In* in a growing community We s**e all those classes over at Memorial and we re excited about it We re also excited about the 22 to I ratio because the smaller the classroom the better the learning en vtronment MacDonald said The principal added that classes at her school have an average of 27 to 28 students Those numt>ers exceed the maximum class size recommended bv the state I was real impressed when I came here with the amount of planning that had been done But the movement in to the district is greater than we could have Men MacDonald said The principal is in her second year as an NBIM) administrator She added that she ha^ noticed several families moving into the district from out of state and a number of families moving to New Braunfels while working in san An tonioObituaries Eugene L. Meyer Services for Kugene I. Meyer of 85 Mission Drive will be at IU am Wednesday at the Uhurch in the \ alley with the Rev Mark Simpson officiating Burial will be in Fischer Cemetery Meyer 86 died Dec 7 at Humana Hospital in San Antonio lie wa Jan 26. 1901. in Austin to Theo and Antonie net* Von Boeckmann Meyer He married Vivian Let* Per born PhilipPolice Report Police were searching late Sun day afternoon for a person driving a brown pickup reportedly involved in an attempt to steal another pickup from a parking lot of a discount store in the UK) block of Interstate 35 A towbar was used in the failed theft The suspect vehicle fled Theft of three firearms and a pellet gun occurred sometime last week from the garage of a residence in the 200 block of Cardinal Street and was reported to police Saturday The stolen items were v alued at S215 Merchandise valued at $215 was recovered from the purse of a suspected shoplifter Friday evening at a dt partment store in the 200 block of Interstate 35 West No charges were filed according to police reports Police early Saturday morning arrested Kenneth Ray Pullin age unknown, of the iou block of East Nacogdoches on a charge of Class C theft He was arrested in the 600 block of south Walnut Street Comal ISP officials reported Friday theft of a portable welder valued at $185 taken sometime within the past three weeks from Canyon High school Police Saturday afternoon ar rested Donna Elder 31 of th** I J<» block of South Mesquite on a charge of Class B theft She was arrested in the 600 block of South W alnut Street Tomasa Garcia. 57 of the JOO block of North Krueger Lane wa- ar rested Friday evening in the nim block of I S 81 West and charged with Class B theft No injuries or arrests were reported as the result of a family disturbance that occurred sunday evening in the 2tk> block of south Krueger Lane Criminal mischief was reported over the weekend at the following locations 200 block of south Live Oak 12oo block of Churchill Drive 9oo block of Lazy Trail 13uo block of Cedar Elm 1600 block of West Katy and IOO block of Willow Street Persons with information rega* ding any unsolved felony crime are asked to call Crime Stoppers af 620 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 $1,000 for in formation that leads to an arrest and grand iury conviction of persons committing felony crimes It Proposition I of the propose! txind issue passe-- the elementary school will house second grade students from Memorial Primary .»nd third graders from Carl Schurz Currently kindergarteners and first and second graders within NBISD s southern attendance zone attend Memorial Third fourth and fifth graders in that zone attend Carl Schurz The new elementary school would tx- built on sc hoot district property adjacent to Memorial Also included in Proposition I is $175.ikii for improvements at so*;** Elementary school I he im provements would include comer ting the present gymnasium into classrooms and building a new metal building to sen e as a gy nmnasium AI so in Proposition I $**- «mi ail! be allocated toward redirection of traf fu around Iwme Star School Proposition I if passed will add 4 cents per SUK) v aluation to the NHIM) tax rate meaning that persons with homes valued a! $ • ■* would pay an additional $19 8.* annuallv ney in san Antonio on July 19 Ion \ New Braunfels resident since 198* Meyer was a retired creamery operator and a ram her He worked in the creamery business for JU years A memtver of the Church in the \ alley Meyer was a mason and a charier mender of the Shriners Ben Hur Temple and Austin laxlge No 12 for more than mi years He also was a member of the » any on Lake Shriller Club .survivors include her wife Vivian Meyer of New Braunfels one daughter Anne Bright well of Lake Jackson one brother Theo Mayer Jr of Austin four grandchildren and lo great grandchildren Memorials may tx* made to the Church of V alley V nutation will rn* at Doeppenschnudt Funeral Horn* until 8 15 a rn Wednesday Lena Elsie Moser I en a Elsie Moser HH of IV49 Erven berg dust Dec 5 at McKenna Memorial Hospital Graveside- ser vices were at ll a rn Monday at Hillside Cemetery in I uero Muser was t>orn June I 189** to Lewis and Ida nee Vorwerk Schneider in Cuero Mve was tne widow of Guy Muser who died in 19.31 A resident of New Braunfels for five years Muser was a housewife and a member of Grace Lutheran Church in Houston She also worked many hours with tile Democratic Party in Houston Survivors include one daughter Doris G Thomas of New Braunfels one son James Guy Moser of Houston two sisters Agnes Duerr and Olga Schreider both of San An tonio one brother lazuli Schreider of Houston five grandchildren and five great grandchildren Memorials may tx- made to (iran Lutheran ( hurl h in Houston or to the chantv of one s choice Services were under the direction of lioep penschmidt F uneral Home Irene Ella Tolle Services for Irene Ella Tout- of Route I Box 9R Cibolo will fie at 2 pm Wednesdav at fondler Funeral Home with the Rev Tom Handles of (mating Burial will ta- in /ion Methodist 1 emeterv Tolle 76 died I x*t 7 at < blk ( rest Inn she was tvorn *K*t 22 19ll in Bracken to Harry ami Nellie nee Wet/ Ikierr She married Henrv Tolle on Sept 14 1929 in Bracken A member ot the Bracken Methodist Church Tolle was j Cibolo resident for nj years am! she w as a hou-ww tie survivors include lier husband Henry Tulle of Cibolo two vins V ernell Tulle of Marion and Andrew Tulle of Cibolo two sisters Nettle Cram of san Antonio and Adelene Easton of Waco, two grandchildren and one great grandchild Memorials may be made to Bracken United Methodist Church ut Perpetual Care F urn! /ion Methodist ( emetervBirths McKenna Memorial Hospital Mr and Mrs JI) Miears 135SW Pecan 8 pound bounce boy Nov 28 Strickland Continued from Page I convicted tie could serve up to 1»» days in county jail \sked if the media attention given the case concerned him Whitmire said That s just one of those thing-When you get appointed to one of these cases you just take it one step at a time The attorney added it is uncertain who will tie appointed in district courl to represent Strickland should an indictment In* rendered tumor row Failure to stop and render aid is a third degree felony and 1 amex a maximum penalty of vears prison and a $2 OOO fine Mares remains sn fair condite a sr Medical ('enter Hospital in san Ars tonio according to a hospital spokesman this morning I wo other men have also been filed on in county court for hindering ar rest in connection with the * .»-<*Correction In sunday - Herald Zn rung it wa-reported Gars M**ei candidate for the office of County Vftornev wa-previously a briefing attorney rn th* Texas Court of Criminal App*-ais ii Austin That was incorrect I he statement should have read st«-el was a briefing attorney for the 1 <*urt of Appeals sr Austin The Her aid Settling regret-the error Stammtisch. Continued from Page I used books, etc Supply your own table and Teen Connection will ac cept a donation for the space used Pictures with Santa will he* taken both days For more information, call Teen Connection at 62941571 or Valerie at 629 6003 The Symphonic. Concert and Stage bands from Canyon High School will give their annual Christmas concert Dec 15 at 7 to p rn in the high school commons Traditional Christmas songs will tx* the highlight of the evening s per formance The Stage Band plans to play “Jingle Bell Rock Silver Bells and Winter Wonderland Members of the Concert Band will perform “Of Festive Bells and An dent Finn- Continental Christmas and ‘God Rest 3e Merry Gentlemen “Sleigh Ride X Christmas Festival. F antasy on a Bell Carol and Theme from the Nutcraker suite will tie played on the Symphonic Band The public I*-invited and admission is frtx* The bands perform under the direction of Dennis Koehler Memorial and lame star PT \s are offering students an opportunity to participate in a fund raising pro gram enabling youngsters to pur chase Christmas presents in the IO cent to $8 price range Th** students at Dine Star made their purchaxe*-last week Memorial will have th** workshop Ik** 7 ll This is used as a math learning exponent e and a way for the kids to buy surprise gifts for th**ir {anniv and friendsPublic Records OiVtr ict C lr* k Civil Fihngx sandr.i I hair vs WI M»>!t»rs Wad**! Allenunrr sr anil Juanita F Gama auto injuries and damages Count. C lr* * Mjrnagr \ JIul 1 ii    Johnson i^ncl W ilium sLisman Nam v Norris Dale ami Wtiiun Douglas Howard Arraignment* Pf re met I Jy\t«e ot (hr Peace Judge Harold kruege* R v Gonzalez DW I >*•• tv-mi F elipe \ iilegas .Iggr av ated v i,.a assault $12 «• I mod George F v ti sizer possess tot o controlled substance $2 •• urn! Walter Ma k possession of t’*Zl trolled sub-<!am r I. •• tmnd f*> ti mc t J Justice ot the Peace Judge w G Blanchard F abt an F idol t amareno >f ha* nation I'.    ••    f«*?vi Road department workers to get across-board raise B, TRAVIS E POLING Co* * evpondent \ 5 percent aero vs the hoard pay rats** for Comal Countv road depart ment employees will t•** implemented Jan I Til* decision came this week after workers expressed their divsatisfai tion with a proposed m centivr plan what would have in eluded a I percent a- mss Ifx* fmard rais* Road department empiovees askrsi for a tia-eting with ( omal ( ounty Commissioner and ('ounty Engineer Mac Met ov to request ift*' san ie > percent raise given *»tfier county employees Wtien the commissioners approved the I *88 budget on Nov - in a I to 2 vole they allowed county depart menu 2 percent incentive raises alleve the ( pere en! ac ross th** txiard raises All department heads with the exception of Mr( ov relinqu sti»-S the responsibility of the incentive programs and requested die full ) percent across tile tmar*! increase in tile presence of Commissioners Clyde Jai egis and Uirenzo 3 ankee Camarillo road department employees Monday presented a pet! lion signed by a majority of the employees in favor of getting an in c rease equal to that of other depart ments McCoy of al the im rn program -wed his workers copir- it ion in which f hrs had M- com rn 1 vs lot »r rs xtsq • plan in dx* txidget * u h Mil ov sav s he ha* initiate thro txen trying years Slit ov said road department suj.x*rv ss*»rs had tndic ated to him they were able to fairtv admihistrf in* eritives to the workers I* would he a mistake to Ville against the ITH en live program said M> * ov tavaus* employees wtHilit txrwfu from it more than from an ac rovs the boart irk Tease Both Jat igis arui ( amarillo sup ported tlx* iruentives initiated t v NI 1 (oy (oninitvsRxxTs Court wit work with you any way we can sax 1 amarillo indicating that the monet was there if McCoy dei ides to gran th** full > pen ent rats* Jai ohs said that regardless of (Im employees cot** McCoy as super visor would have the final say Thu is not a delime rat y said Jacobs FTnp lovers were given the opt lot by McCoy to keep the incentive pro gram or receive the full a percen raise A majority voted in favor o the full a percent rats** McCoy said tx* will rxit tass** the in entive program issue next yea because of obv »ous lack of support DO YOU HAVE MILD TO MODERATE ASTHMA? If so. we need volunteers to partici-pate in a FDA approved clinical study for a new asthma medication. Participants must be 12 years of age or older, and will be paid. For more information call: CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH 705-1 Lands 625-7612  __ John J. Curtis Is Pleased To Announce The Opening Of His Office For The Practice Of Law 260 No. Casten New Braunfels 625-3443 Call For An Appointment ALL STAR GLASS Co. Inc. Saved Us -    'I.- $50 TV on our insurance deductible tor a replacement windshield and all we had to do was^brmoin this coupon Save $50 off your insurance deductible with any replacement windshield Limit one coupon per customer Kxpires Jan 31, 1S8B ALL STAR GLASS Co. Inc. 629-9780 New Braunfels 899-3834 Canyon Lake I i i ;