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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 12, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Ntw Texas Mirch 1991 Weather Plans for park land presented to council Water Comal Canyon Lakt Canyon Laka Canyon Laka Edwards Forecasts SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy and turning cooler north Partly cloudy and cooler over all sections Lows tonight from the 50s north to 60s south with 40s across the Hill Highs Wednesday near 70 north to near 80 NORTH TEXAS Decreasing cloudiness east this other wise fair and cooler areawide Mostly fair and cooler Lows tonight 40 northwest to 48 Highs Wednesday 65 north to 71 WEST TEXAS Fair conditions through Lows tonight upper 20s Panhandle to lower 40s Big Bend Highs Wed nesday near 60 Panhandle to upper 70s Big Bend Extended forecasts ThursdaySaturday SOUTH TEXAS Hill Coun try and South Central partly A slight chance of showers Lows in the 40s Hill Coun and near 50 to low 50s South Watch cfa down 8 down 11 aama clown down Highs in Texas Coastal A slight chance of showers Lows in the 50s inland to near 60 Highs in the 70s to near Lower Texas Rio Girande Valley and partly Lows in the upper 50s to low Highs in the 70s coast to 80s South east Texas and the Upper partly cloudy Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers Partly cloudy Lows from upper 40s to near 50 inland and 50s Highs in the upper 60s to low WEST TEXAS Texas Pan partly Lows mid 20s to lower Highs in the South partly Lows in the NORTH TEXAS part ly cloudy and Little or no rain The state An intense low pressure system moving across the Central Plains kicked up dust across a vast area of Texas Corrections and clarifications A story in Sundays New Braun fels HeraldZeitung detailing the fundraising efforts of the Senior Citizens Foundation to renovate an old shopping center on Landa Street for a new senior center should have stated that the founda tion has raised toward its The fund drive ends April To make a donation towarc renovation send your pledge to Fund Comal County Senior Citizens Founda Box New Texas Paul Fraser retired from the United States Marine Corps with the rank of lieutenant His rank was misidentified in a Sunday story on his filing for a seat on the New Braunfels City Fraser also wished to clarify that while the current council has been briefed by David Dye on an aquif er management he feels the issue should be more closely The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung regrets the Obituaries Hilda Jensen Arrangements are pending at Zoell er Funeral Home for Hilda Jensen of Canyon She died March at the age of Juan Velez Arrangements are pending at Zoell er Funeral Home for Juan He died March at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of Brooks Frazler Services for Brooks Frazier of New Braunfels will be at 2 Wed nesday at Zoeller Funeral Bur ial will be at Guadalupe Valley Memorial died March at Eden The son of David Franklin and Allie nee Bell he was born in Carrizo He married Edith Farahee in Carrizo A resident of the city since he was a pumper for Mobil Oil where he was employed for 32 He was treasurer of the Mobil credit union for 12 years and was past presi dent of the Baptist Coastal Bend Brotherhood Frazier is survived by his Edith Frazier of New Braunfels a Patricia Ann Frazier of New Braunfels a Brooks Frazier of Texas a Blanche Dees of Pleasanton five grandchildren and three Froellch Services for Dutch Froe lich of Truth or will be at Wednesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Kenneth King Burial will be at Guadalupe Valley Klemorial There will be a called meeting of New Braunfels Masonic Lodge Wednesday at for the purpose of conducting funeral services for died March at Sierra Vista Hospital in Truth or The son of Paul and Louise nee Waxier Froe he was bom in His wife Anna Froelich died Froelich had been park super intendent in Winkler He was a member of the Baptist Waltrip Lodge Kermit Lodge Where he was Past and Scot tish He served in the United States Navy in World War Froelich is survived by two Arliss Stroud of arid Marva Froelich of Las Vegas a Linden Froelich of Oklahoma three Melitta Annie Henk and Viola all of New Braunfels three Max Froelich of New Harry Pfullman of San Antonio and David Stahl of Corpus Christi two grandchildren and two Visitation will be from 5 today until service time Wednesday at Doeppenschmidt Fmneral Memorials may be given to the Masonic Childrens Home or the Rheumatoid Arthritis Mellnda Services for Melirida Gonzales of New Braunfels will be at 3 Thursday at Tree of Life Fellowship with the Don Duncan Burial will be at Comal Miss died March at Northeast Baptist Hospital in San The daughter of George and Jesusa nee Torres she was born April in New She was a freshman at New Braunfels High School and was a member of Tree of Life Survivors include her George and Susie Goinzales of New Braunfels two Crespin Perez of New Braunfels and Arthur Perez of New Braurifels and her Fredricoi and Beatrice and Hilario and Emestina Luther Weems Luther Yell Weems died March at Colonial Manor Care He was The son of Luther Yell Weems and Ida he wias bom in He was retired from Mission Valley Mills and was a member of Siecond Baptist Weems is survived by two Sandra Brasher of New Braunfels and Kathy of Hono Hawaii four grandchildren and five There will be no fimeral services and no visitation at Funeral ByKATHRYNSCHOEMER Stiff Wrlltr A Dallas architect and the director of the Parks and Recreation Depart ment for the city of New Braunfeli conducted a workshop with the New Braunfcli City Council to discuss developing plans for future use of acres adjacent to Landa Dennis landscape architect for Dunkln and and David parks pre sented the proposed plans to council members Monday The primary purpose of this meet ing is to get input from council or any one else because we want to make sure were not proposing tomethlng that wont Simi Slmt uid he the recreational facilities to blend In with the park and not stick out like a lore The proposal calls for a botanical aquatic gardens and an open plaza with An open play area would house volleyball horseshoe pits and a play structure for children to be able to create a family Sims Two greenhouses would be incorporated into the park to grow annual color shrubs for the city and park Included in the proposal is a small amphitheatre deiigned to hold approximately people for festivals and he The project could cost anywhere from million to if completed by a Sims if the parks department builds the the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will either match funds with labor and equipment or match cash on a 5050 he And the parks department may obtain the first part of the money through civic I want to let you know we have worked with the Lower Colorado Riv er Authority from the very beginning and they have approved of all of our concept plans and are well aware of what were Sims Council members also approved of the Seems like the people receptive and I like this plan better than the first one 1 said Mayor Amo New Braunfels Parks and Recrea tion Advisory Board conducted a public hearing 29 and received input to be used in the development of a master plan for future development of the acres leased from adjacent to Landa The 50year lease contract requires the city to develop such a Police reports One Injured In stabbing By STEPHANIE FERGUSON Ntwa Editor New Braunfels police are continu ing to investigate a stabbing in a Clear Springs mobile home park early Mon day morning that left a local men Theres not a heck of a lot of said Police Spokesman Mar tin They were out there drinking and got into some kind of The nature of the argument is he Police received a call around 2 Monday to report to McKenna Memorial Hospital to investigate a stabbing victim who had been brought to the Mayer Kenneth Joseph a resi dent of the trailer park on Texas remains in stable condition today at All they know is that the guy that stabbed him is an Hispanic Mayer The victim and the assailant were all drinking Man severely shocked A 33yearold New Braunfels man remains in the Coronary Care Unit at an Austin hospital today after he was electrified while putting up a televi sion Eddie Hernandez was transported by helicopter to Brackenridge Hospi tal shortly after the 5 He and his father were erecting a TV antenna behind the house and the wind blew the top of the antenna into a said Robert Reed of the New Braunfels Fire The accident occurred at the resi dence in the 1500 block of Cologne Drive close to 5 Pig Contlnutd from 1 before they could change City management would need to classify it before they could make it a but we would be able to work something he Its very difficult to be breed specific and meet the letter of state and fed eral Qrohman city officials must describe specific characteristics of the animal in order to make the ordinance its a good possibility that the ordi nance could pull he But Goodwin said she felt posi tive about the meeting with City Council last I feel great right now and Im glad I had a few on my side that were willing to listen to what I had to Hope it will pass on the third City Council reading and I wont be illegal she Goodwins attorney Norman Dean said he believes the ordi nance will be but Good win is still in violation of the city Were going to try to get council to exempt her from that violation as part of the if he If that doesnt Goodwin and Dean will appeal her case at the Comal County They already have lost a court Bobbie a breeder of pot belly said fullgrown pot bellied pigs are 19 inches tall and 2 feet The potbelly pig has a straight a pug a swayed back and a pot she George Accident Contlnutd from Page 1 member from 1985 to works for Pedernales Electric The board member said the two major issues facing the district include finding a permanent superin tendent and tackling the school fund ing George said with his past experi ence on the board he could provide the needed input on helping solve those There are going to be major deci sions to be made if this district is going to remain one of the topranked school districts in the he Trustee Tom Potter and Board President Lee Dcels have filed for threeyear terms on the Trustee Larry Wenzel has announced he will not seek On the CISD trustee ballot are three positions open for threeyear terms and one position open for a oneyear Fire calls New Braunfels Fire Department and Emergency Medical Service responded to the following calls Mon day and Monday Structure fire in the 1300 block of East Zipp Assisted Lake Dunlap Volunteer Fire Emergency transfer from McKenna Memorial Hospital to Humana Hospital in San emergency in the 800 block of Academy Transported patient to emergency in 100 block of North Mesquite Transported patient to Electrocution in the 1500 block of Cologne A 33yearold man transported to Austin by helicopter for See Page 1 for more Structure fire in the 600 block of 81 Mattress caught on fire when children were playing with according to fire Room damaged by smoke and Fire alarm at Eden Heights Apartments in the 600 block of Medical emergency in the 800 block of 81 Transported person to Tuesday Overdose reported in the 2200 block of West Mill Transported victim to The top four votegetters in the atlarge election will be elected to the Candidates must specify whether they will run for a threeyear term or the oneyear The deadline to file for a position on the board is 5 March Per sons interested in filing must be resi dents of the Comal ISO and must be registered Persons can file for a place on the ballot at the CISD Busi ness 1420 81 East in New For more call CISD Business Manager Abel Campos at 625808 lor Contlnutd from Pagt 1 when he approached a righthand curve and could not make the Another weekend accident claimed the life of a San Antonio Anthony died Satur day after a threecar collision on 281 and FM Following the colli he was transported to Medical Center Hospital in San where he was pronounced Beulah of Spring and Shirley of also were transported to Medical Center Hospital and later According to Department of Public Safety reports in New Jar dins 1984 Chevrolet was struck by Krogols GMC van while Jardin was waiting at a traffic light at the intersection and The GMC van spun into the intersection and collided with Cies zynskis 1985 Newi Editor Stephanie Ferguson contributed to thii report CARPET CLEANING TERRYS CLEANING SERVICES 6291322 Sirvlng Iht THCounty Km Since 1372 Use this coupon to make sure youre giving your friends and fi mily all the attention they FREE HEARING EVALUATION New Braunfels 245 Lanha Drive 6201114 BET I tR HEARING CENTER Seguin 908 Court Docloi b Clinic Bldcj 3796902 Call to scriedule your appointment today iy9l Bfllonu hldJc Ironic Cumuullon f Li These 26 businesses will promote their people and their operations in Horizons All Star Glass Barkel Becker Motor Company Bradzoil Carltons New Braunfels Wurst Centex Office Center Detex Corporation Dittlinger Roller Mills Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home 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