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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 20, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page2 New Texas June 1991 Weather Water Watch Comal down 4 Canyon Lake same Canyon Lake down 30 Canyon Lake down Edwards down South Texas forecast TODAYFRIDAY Partly cloudy through Friday with scat tered mainly afternoon and even ing showers and thunderstorms southeast and coastal iso lated to widely scattered else Highs in the 90s except upper 80s along the coast and 100 to 102 Lows in the 70s except near 80 along the Obituaries Emma Jonas Services for Emma of New Braunfels are pending at Zocllcr Funeral She died Wednesday at Eden Edith Cartler Graveside services for Edith Car of New Braunfels will be 10 Friday at San Fernando in San Antonio with the Eugene OCallahan Carder died June at McKenna Memorial She was born in LaPorte to Frederick and Mattie nee Gay She married Rivers Cartier in He died Cartier was a housewife and a member of Peter and Paul Cathol ic Survivors include a daughter Doris Rhoades and husband Dolph of New Braunfels a son Robert Cartier and wife Sybil of New Braunfels a brother Norman Staashen and wife Katherine of LaPorte six grandchil Continued from Page 1 New chip seals tend to be rather weak because it takes time for the asphalt emulsion to lose its water content and the cover gravel to develop he The length of time that a chip seal must be protected against high speed traffic ranges from a few hours in hot dry weather to one or more days in cool or wet weath according to This gives the limestone chips time to proper ly bond with the asphalt The driving public can help minimize extra tax dollar expendi tures for to just completed construction by cooperating with flagmen and driving slowly throughout the length of road con struction McCoy has been the Comal County Engineer for seven He is a graduate of Lousiana State University with a bachelor of sci ence degree in civil dren five greatgrandchildren numerous nephews Visitation will be from 49 Thursday at Docppenschmidt Funeral Memorials may be made to the American Heart Brlce Hendrlcks Services for Brice Hcndricks of Canyon Lake will be 2 Saturday at Cranes Mill Baptist Church with the Rick McOce Burial will be in the Cranes Mill Hendricks died June at McKenna Memorial He was born at to Moses William and Margie nee Hickcpck He married Ruth Elizabeth Woodr ing in Houston on June Hendricks had lived at Canyon Lake for 11 He was a master machinist at Atlantic Richfield and was a member of Cranes Mill Baptist Survivors include his wife of Canyon Lake motherinllw Eli zabeth Hart of Canyon Lake a son Brice Eugene Hcndricks and wife Coleta of San Antonio two Moses Bill Hendricks and wife Mary Louise of Big Sandy and Oscar Lee Hendricks and wife Pauline of Houston two Michelle Coleen Ketchum and Brenda Lee Ann Young three Brice Laura Ketchum and Brian Edward Visitation will be from 28 Thursday 28 Friday and 10 Saturday at Doeppensc hmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Memorials may be directed to the Cranes Mill Baptist The family of Louis to thank all j friends and eighbors for their condolences after the death of our FREE hearing tests set for Right now your Beltone Hearing Center is accepting appointments for FREE audiometric If you have trouble hearing sounds or understanding take advantage of this free In less than an youll know exactly what youre hearing and what youre Start enjoying all the sounds of Call Beltone today to schedule your free hearing Public Notice Southwestern Bell Telephone Company in accordance with the rules of the Public Utility Commission of Texas hereby gives notice of its intent to implement a new schedule of telephone rates in Texas for Directory Assistance effective August unless otherwise determined by the The Company has filed an application with the Commission to restructure and change the rates for Directory Assistance To help recover its the Company is proposing to increase the rates for Directory Assistance calls from to per call after the threecall Southwestern Bell is proposing that there be no change in the number of free Directory Assistance calls allowed each month currently three and that customers who qualify for exemption of Directory Assistance charges because of visual or physical handicaps continue to be exempt from these The company also proposes to begin charging per call for Directory Assistance from pay If approved by the this proposed rate change for Directory Assistance will increase the Companys annual revenues by which is an increase of approximately one half of 1 percent in the Companys adjusted revenue for the twelvemonth period ending December This proposed rate change would affect approximately residence approximately business approximately 500 private pay tele phone owners and all customers who make Directory Assistance calls from public pay Persons who wish to intervene or otherwise participate in these proceedings should notify the Commission as soon as A request to or for further information should be mailed to the Public Utility Commission of 7800 Shoal Creek Suite Texas Further informa tion may also be obtained by calling the Public Utility Commission Public Information Office at 512 4580256 or 512 4580221 tele typewriter for the Southwestern Bell Telephone Continued from 1 mem has received 50 doses of Pncumovac vaccine from the Tex as Department of Health for use in high risk This vaccine will be available for individuals age 65 or older who have never received the June from 14 has been set for administering the at the Health Department in the Comal County Courthouse on a first firstserved The fee is For more information call Concerts In the Park Concerts in the Park scries con tinues tonight at the Landa Park dance slab with The Grapes of Wrath Concerts start at and end at 10 Concerts arc free to the Garage sale Clear out the closets and bring those items to the old Krueger 472 San Antonio for the next five Saturdays for the Senior Citizens garage sale slated for July toys are just a few of the items to be gathered and sold to benefit the Comal County Senior Citizens Smith cancels Congressman Lamar Smith will not be able to attend the New Braunfels Republican Womens Club annual covereddish dinner meeting June 24 at at Landa Park picnic areas 4 and State Edmund Kuempel will be the guest Bring spouse or guest and covered dish to serve 810 Ticket sales Telephone solicitation of tickets to the Comal County Sheriffs Posse Annual Circus will continue through July 1 for the July 2 For more phone Tom Moos at 6251413 after 5 Defensive driving A defensive driving course will be offered at the Comal Indepen dent School District Administra tion 1421 Highway 81 from 610 June For more call To have an item listed in Stam contact Janine Green or Stephanie Ferguson at Submissions should be of commun ity interest but not commercial in POLICE ROUNDUP Two men jailed on cocaine charges ROBERT STEWART Staff Wrlwr Two New Braunfels men remain in the Comal County Jail today after they were arrested and charged with possession of a controlled says New Braunfels Police Chief Dick Acting on a Crime Stoppers narcotics officers set up surveillance in the area of Live Oak Avenue and West San Antonio Street near a con struction Headen Velia of the 1600 block of West Mill Street and Terry of the 1300 block of Katy were arrested and charged with possession of Headen Ten grams of cocaine were seized in the Headen Municipal Court Judge David Per somconc gained entrance into storage kins set bond at for each Vehicle recovered A stolon vehicle was recovered Fri day on Spring Branch Road west of Spccht Crossing in the Ouadalupc River area by Deputy Mark Reynolds of the Comal County Sheriffs says Chief Deputy Way ne The newermodel red Ford Mus tang OT was found stripped with no doors or The license plates and other identification were preventing immediate trac ing of the cars he Burglaries reported Several burglaries have been reported to the Comal County Sher iffs Sometime between June 14 and Clues to burglary sought OFFENSE Burglary of habitation LOCATION 400 Block Marsh Oval DATE June and June 1991 TIME and New County Crime Stoppers is offering up to for your help in solving the current crime of the which deals with a burglary of habitation that occurred in the 400 block of Marsh Oval sometime between 10 June 12 and June During that time unknown suspects unlawfully entered a resi dence in the 400 block of Marsh Removed were a Sony 13 an Apple IE computer and a Panasonic several floppy and several bottles of Authori ties have no suspects at this Anyone with information about this please call Crime Stoppers at All calls are confidential and you will not be asked to give your facilities at El Rancho Cima Boy Scout Camp in the Horseshoe Bend Hohcrz A a rifle and miscellaneous items were Someone had appa fcntly used a key to break into the camp to take the Hoherz Sometime between June 15 and someone pried open a storage build ing in the Kings Point Subdivision at Canyon Lake and took a compact microwave and a radio valued at Hoherz A residence in the 6500 block of Village Club Drive in the Scenic Heights Subdivision at Canyon Lake was burglarized sometime between June 16 and Lamps valued at were Hohcrz A burglary was reported in the 4800 block of Spreading Oak Drive in the Oak Village North subdivision on June sometime between 8 and someone entered the house through a cooked and ate some food and took unknown he WALNUT 6 6296400 Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Alonso and Blanca Ayala 3824 81 West New Braunfels 8pound 2ounce girl June ISKATE CENTER SEGUIN NITE NITE PARTY INFO 3793777 LANDA JRESTAL RANT 1AR 7 KEVIN COSTMER Dally Blue Bonnet June 21 Samara Smith June 22 JflY ERIC June 29 Patty Loveless 4 4 4 Live Music Kitchen No Cover Open till Burgers Price Steak Shrimp Sperry Texas Almost Country Band Revival HostBill Snipes Nite Host Revival Walnut Avc Bargain Matinees Indicated by KhVlNCOSTNER ROBIN HOOD WNCT OF THIEVES 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