New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 24, 1991, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 24, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 24, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2Herald-Zoltung New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, December 24,1991 Obituaries Aquifer Gerald B. Milner . Services for Gerald B. “Jerry” Milner, 69, of Canyon Lake will be 0 a.m. Thursday at 3oeppenschmidt Funeral Home in 'Jew Braunfels, with the Rev. Rick ricGee officiating. Burial will follow at Kyle Cemetery in Kyle. Mr. Milner died Dec. 23, 1991, at Northeast Baptist Hospital in San Antonio. He was bom Jan. 17, 1922, n San Antonio to M.B. and Roy Edith (nee Yantis) Milner. He married Dorothy Dillon on June 2, 1943, in San Antonio. - He was retired from Otto Dukes Tool Co. in San Antonio and was a member of Cranes Mill Baptist Church at Canyon Lake. Survivors are: wife, Dorothy Milner of Canyon Lake; daughter, Elizabeth Livaudais of League City; 'brother, Billy O. Milner of Walnut •Creek, Calif.; grandson, Roger D. Dickerson Jr. of Houston; and ^numerous aunts, uncles, nephews, nieces and cousins. Visitation will be from 6-9 p.m. Wednesday at Doeppenschmidt "Funeral Home in New Braunfels. In lieu of flowers, memorials may ;be made to: Cranes Mill Baptist Church, P.O. Box 1734, Canyon !Lake, Texas 78130. Andy Taliaferro Services for Andy Taliaferro, 68, of New Braunfels will be I p.m. Thursday at Zoeller Funeral Home. Burial will follow at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. Mr. Taliaferro, a resident of New Braunfels for five years, died Dec. 22, 1991, at his home. He was bom April 23, 1923, in Independence, Mo., to Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Taliaferro. He married Lucille Wendel on Feb. IO, 1977, in Albuquerque, N.M. Mr. Taliaferro owned a repair shop and was a recipient of a Purple Heart and Silver Star as a tail gunner during World War ll. The body will lie in state at Zoeller Funeral Home until service time Thursday. Visitation began early Wednesday afternoon. Survivors are: wife. Lucille “Mac” Taliaferro of New Braunfels; daughters. Barbara Meurin and Assistance husband Rubin of New Braunfels and Jane Norwood and husband James of Dallas; grandchildren, Steven Meurin and wife Kathy, Jeffrey Meurin and wife Stephanie, Lori Holmes and husband Michael, Donny Meurin and wife Julie, Denise Orender, Chris Meurin and Matthew Norwood; and IO greatgrandchildren. The grandsons served as pallbearers. Memorials may be made to the Senior Citizens of Comal County. Virginia Dillon Virginia Dillon, 72, a longtime member of First United Methodist Church of New Braunfels, died Dec. 21, 1991, in Dallas after a prolonged illness. Burial at Sunset Memorial Park in San Antonio followed cremation. She was bom Sept. IO, 1919. She was a member of the New Braunfels Board of Realtors and co-founder and owner of Dillon Realty Company as was later associated with Red Carpet Realty. Survivors are: son, Thomas E. Dillon; sister, Lyle Bailey; brother, Robert A.    Bailey;    three grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. She was preceded in death by her husband, Bernie Dillon, and a daughter, Diane Dillon Nielsen. Memorials may be made to First United Methodist Church or to the Alzheimer* Foundation. Lola Moore Mouser Lola Moore Mouser, 90, of Austin died Dec. 20.1991. She was bom Jan. 31, 1900, in Perry, Okla., to Dr. Samuel A. and Norah Blanche (nee Miller) Moore. Mrs. Mouser, a former New Braunfels resident, married Curtis J. Mouser of Perry, who died in September 1986. Surviving is a daughter. Patricia Mouser Heuer of Austin. She was preceded in death by her sisters, Maxine Moore Bradford of Tulsa, Okla., and Kay Moore Shelton of Tulsa. Wced-Corley Funeral Home of Austin was in charge of arrangements and cremation. overtime for foremen, truck drivers, crewmen and other workers. “We’re going to be asking for emergency watershed funds from the (U.S.) Soil Conservation Service,” he said. adding thai officials will not know the amount of the request until after Christmas. Kearney listed eight roads that were still partly underwater Monday, and each of these “could easily go to more than S30.OOO a piece.” These roads were Spring Branch Road. Rebecca Creek Road, Watson Lane, Kohlenberg Lane, Smithson Valley Road, Bianco Road. Obst Road and Bulverde Lane, and most of them were impassible, he said. More expensive damage occurred where floodwater and debris destroyed bridges and culverts. Additionally, reflector posts and signs were knocked down, and “we haven't even addressed the pothole situauon yet.” he said County Judge Caner Casteel said conungency funds exist to help pay for such emergencies. According to Stammtisch Decorations, nails and other fasteners must be removed to protect employees and the chipper used to mulch the vees The mulch is used to help conserve water in municipal parks and is available free to homeowners For information, call 629-PARK Immunization schedule Due to the holidays, the Comal County Health Department will cancel immunization clinics on Tuesday, Dec 24 or Tuesday, Dec 31. A makeup clinic is scheduled for 9-11 am and 1-4 p.m. Friday, Dec 27. For more information, call 620-5595 Troutiest 1992 Troutiest 1992, sponsored by the crty of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department, is scheduled for Jan. 9 through 19 at the Lands Park Olympic Pool. The program is for the disabled and other Comal County residents who fish for rainbow trout and a new addition to the program — 5- to 7-pound catfish There is no charge for the disabled The fee is $3 for a child’s pats and $5 for an adult's pass. Each pass purchased will be good lo catch up lo IO fish. Additional fish may be caught with the purchase of another Continued from Page 1 the county auditor’s office, S98 remains in the contingency for the fiscal year ending Dec. 31. and another $267,975 has been budgeted for 1992. Meanwhile, Interim City Manager Hector Tamayo said about $1,000 in contingency funding was budgeted for the city’s fiscal year, but city officials could not yet estimate the expenses incurred through road damage. “Wherever the pavement has failed, the money for the asphalt is already there.” he added, and overtime funds also have been budgeted. City Engineer Bill Dobrowolski said the city's street department had used more than 150 hours of overtime as of Saturday afternoon. Dobrowolski said the city had used 500 tons of baiasi, 500 ions of base material and 25 tons of asphalt cold mix for road repairs. He added thai many of the damages will not appear until later, when traffic causes the road to deteriorate further. Continued from Page 1 gets managed," she said, referring to current negotiations between aquifer users to reach a regional aquifer management plan. As for whether the situation will help the plaintiffs, “I don’t know how that might affect the court,” Holter said. “What I hope it helps to do is to bring emybody to the table so that they can get matters settled.” Antonio resist efforts to limit pumpage and Comal County forces fight to save the Comal Springs. “Our position is that we want continued, instantaneous, natural flow of the Comal Springs, and our position is basically that that only way to preserve the habitat is through those flows,” Miller said. Interveners on either side of the environmental “Obviously, San Antonio is totally opposite of suit have turned it into a battle over economic* that. They don’t believe that there needs to be issues, as western aquifer users such as San flow in New Braunfels, (but) that San Marcos is sufficient, and that they don’t need to do anything other than some conservation to try to protect the aquifer.” But he said Bunton will not allow San Antonio to make economic arguments during the first phase of the trial. “Basically, he's going to be looking at biological and hydrological evidence to determine whether the endangered species act has been violated, which is a positive for us,” Miller said. Continued from Pogo 1 pass Times for the Troutfest are 4-8 p.m. weekdays and IO a.m.-8 p.m. weekends. A youth fishing tournament for children IO and under will be 8-10 a.m. Saturday, Jan ll. Some fish will be tagged with prizes Advent Vespers tapes Cassette tapes of the 32nd annual Advent Vespers program presented by the New Braunfels Music Study Club on Dec I are now on sale for $8 each. Contact Melina Frueh at 625-6658, Ann Kleenan at 625-3875 or Dorothy Johnson ai 625-5321. Middle school dance Comal County middle school students are invited to a drug- and alcohol-free teen dance, sponsored by the Safe City Commission of New Braunfels, from 7-11 p.m. Friday, Dec 27 at the New Braunfels Civic Center Admission is $1 per person The “It’s Hot to Not” dance will feature free soft drinks and $1 pizza slices Participants will not be allowed to leave until 11 p.m unless requested by a parent at the door. To hay* tm atm laud ut Stammtack, contact Mark Warnken at 625-9J44 MOST STORES OPEN LATE MONDAY NIGHT . Radio /haek^m AMERICA'S TECHNOLOGY STORE SM TI AND NO PAYMENTS UNTIL MARCH! 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