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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 11, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2Herald- Ztltung, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, April 11, 1991 Weather Raborn Water Comal River..................... Canyon Lake inflow...... Canyon Lake outflow.... Canyon Lake level......... Edwards Aquifer............ Texas area forecasts SOUTH TEXAS - Mostly cloudy mornings with partly cloudy, windy and warm afternorms through Friday. A chance of showers and thunderstorms, mainly central and east each day. Highs Friday in the 80s to the 90s south. Lows tonight in 60s to the 70s immediate coast. The state Showers and thunderstorms, some of them reaching severe levels, roared across South Texas early today. The storms produced heavy rain and strong gusty winds in South Watch ...........282    cfs (down 8) .................249 (down 12) .......................322    (same) ................907.10 (up .04) ................625.02 (up .04) Central Texas. Marble-size hail pelted the Berclair area of Goliad County early today and dime-size hail struck an area in the southern part of Victoria during the pre-dawn hours. Lows tonight will be in the 40s in the Panhandle and in the 50s elsewhere across West Texas, in the 60s in North Texas and in the 60s and 70s in South Texas. Highs Friday will be in the 60s in the Panhandle and in the 70s elsewhere in West Texas, in the 70s and 80s in North Texas and in the 80s and 90s in South Texas. Obituaries William Abersold Funeral services for William Abersold, 84, are pending with Zoeller Funeral Home. He died April 11,1991, at Colonial Manor Care Center. Ralph Crumpton Funeral services for Ralph Crumpton, 71, are pending with Zoeller Funeral Home. He died April IO, 1991, in San Antonio. Leonardo. Etter Jr. UNIVERSAL CITY — Funeral services for Leonard C. Etter Jr., 46, of Converse were 11:30 am. Thursday at the Tabernacle Baptist Church with the Rev. Joe Warren officiating. Burial with military honors will follow at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. Arrangements are with Colonial Funeral Home in Universal City. Mr. Etter died April 8, 1991, ai his home. He was bom March 4, 1945, in San Antonio to Leonard and Gladys Weh-meyer Etter. He married Geneva Groesbeck on Nov. 18,1967. Survivors include his wife. Geneva Etter of Converse; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Etter Sr. of Bulverde; two daughters, Tammy Lynn Etter and Amy Etter, both of Converse; two sons. Carl Franklin Etter and Martin Allan Etter, both of Converse; five sisters and brothers-in-law. Barbara and Hilmar Wehe of Bulverde, Gloria and Linden J. Priess Jr. of Blanco; Darlene and Robert Acker of New Braunfels, Jane and Philip Fuhrmann of Canyon Lake and Judy Hell of San Antonio; numerous nieces, nephews and friends and a special brother-in-law, Richard Groesbeck. Pallbearers will be Donald Wehe, Jerry Acker, Rodney Preiss, Ricky Preiss, Bryan Acker and Douglas Hell. Honorary pallbearers will be Daryl Fuhrmann, Matthew Hell and Scott Wehe. Visitation continues through 9 p.m. today at Colonial Funeral Home chapel, with the family receiving friends from 5 to 9 p.m. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or the Live Oak Regional Cancer Center. Mary Wehllng Or beck AUSTIN — Memorial services for Mary Welding Or beck, 50, of Austin, will be Saturday at Colonial Chapel at Cook-Walden Funeral Home. Mrs. Orbeck died April 8, 1991, after a lengthy illness. Survivors include her husband Tom Orbeck of Austin; parents, Mark and Hildegarde Welding of New Braunfels; sister and brother-in-law, Priscilla and Ken Buns of San Antonio; nieces, Cindy Thames of Austin, Susan Lawson of Oklahoma City and Amy Kruger of San Antonio; and other re lau ves. Stammtisch- Continued from Pap* 1 you to join them as they meet the helicopter pilot at the San Antonio airport upon his return from Saudi Arabia He’s scheduled to arrive at 10:47 p.m. today on USAir’s flight 355. After a weekend with family, Smith will return to Ft. Campbell, Ky., for active duly with the 101st Airborne Division. He's a 1987 graduate of Canyon High School. Iris Show The New Braunfels Ins Society will host its 26th Iris Show from I to 5 p.m Saturday at First United Methodist Church’s Wesley Hall. Inset in an array of colors and shapes will be displayed. Rummage sale The annual Rummage Sale at Holy Family Hall, 245 S. Hidalgo, will run from 9 am. to 5 pm today and Fnday. Everything from clothing to odds and aids will be sold and food concessions will be available. For more information, call Linda Cantu at 629-7621. Training time Teen Connection is growing, said volunteer coordinator Lane Parker, and volunteers are needed A volunteer training session will be held from 8 am. to 3 pm. Saturday 13 at the shelter, 1414 W. San Antonio Street. That will be followed with a stress-reduction workshop from 6 to 8 pm. April 15. Interested persons are urged to pre-register by calling Parker at 629-6571. Meet the candidate District 4 City Council Member Eddie Temple, running for reelection, invites the public to a “meet the candidate” reception Tuesday, April 16 from 6:30 lo 7:30 p.m. at 605 Ridgecrest off Common Street. Friends of Education Comal Independent School District “Friends of Education" will have an opportunity Monday to meet the 13 candidates seeking four seats on the board of trustees. A “meet the candidates" forum will be conducted and school financing issues will be addressed. Friends of Education meets at 7:30 pm. Monday ai Smithson Valley High School. C1SD parents, patrons and taxpayers are invited Soccer players The Winning Mood Foundation (Dutch National Coaches) will give free soccer demonstrations at the H-E-B Soccer Complex from noon to 2 pm. Saturday. All boys IO and older are invited. Hvrald-Zeitung Published Sunday morning. Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels Herald Zeitung. 707 Landa St., or P.O. Drawer 3 J 132b, New Braunfelu, Texas 78131 J 32b Second Claes postage paul by New Braunfels Herald Zeitung al New Braunfelu, Texas DAVID SULLENS I drtof and PutJteDer JANtNl GWIN Managing Editor cheryi Duvall butkteu Manager KAREN RitNtNGER Classified Manager LONE BEASLEY Advertising Director CAROL ANN AVERY Ctrculatton Manager GUS ELBEL Pressroom foreman Carrier delivery in Comal, Guadalupe, Hoyt, Blanco and Kendall counties: three months, $10.26, six months. $17.90, one year, $32 Senior Citizens Discount (carrier delivery only): six months, $14 90, one year, $27.00 Mail delivery outside Comal County, in Texas three months, $18.00, six months. $32, one year, $60 Hail outside Texas six months, $42, one year, $70, lf you have not received your newspaper by 6 30pm Tuesday through Friday, or by 7:30 a m Sunday, call 626 9144 or 668 1900 by 7 p rn. and ll a.m., respectively. Postmaster Send address changes to P O Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Texas 78131 1328 Continued from Page 1 An agenda that is supposed to be posted 72 hours before the meeting, according to Texas Open Meeting Law, was prepared, but apparently fell from view from the front door window at the Education Center on Mill Street, Bradberry said. Also the agenda said the meeting was a rcpdh item, and didn't spell out there was to be an executive session and an action item, which Bradberry said was an oversight. “I’m really, really, really sorry that this got blown up in a big thing," said Raborn, who said she had wished the meeting had been cancelled and “rescheduled quietly." Instead, Bradberry got a written response from Austin attorney Cobby A. Caputo, who said the board of trustees could, according to an attorney general's opinion, still meet in a “briefing session" behind closed doors or in the open for the sole purpose of receiving information on the persons being recommended for the two positions. "There is one major ground rule that must be observed in such a conference," Caputo’s letter stated. “Although the members of the Board of Trustees may ask questions of you ... they may not discuss the matter amongst themselves." The board emerged from the session and Bradberry announced that board members would talk to the potential candidates for athletic director/ football coach in more than a week and William Hollas was being recommended as principal of the sixth grade center. Formal action to be taken April 23. Raborn said her decision to not attend the briefing should not be taken as nonsupport for the board or the positions. “I respect our board. I have no problems with our board. We had a difference of opinion. And I respect that they did what they had to do and I hope they would respect me for doing what I felt I had to do," she said. “I only have to be accountable to my maker,” she said. “I’m not accountable to what people think about me. I have tried to be open to the community. And if the community does not think I’m a team player and they would like to recall me that is there option." Omelet rodeo Volunteer chefs, many from local 4-H clubs, serve up omelets this morning at the Civic Center. (Photo by Erik Karlsson) Airport Continued from Page I representatives of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Texas Department of Aviation. The airport project is expected to start in October at an estimated cost of $498,750. The FFA through TDA will fund 90 percent of the project — $448,875. The remaining IO percent — $49,875 — will be funded by the New Braunfels Municipal Airport Fund. This fund is made up of money generated at the airport, from rental of airport property, gross reciepts from fixed base operators and from and agricultural lease. These revenues generated by the users and operators at the airport can only be spent on improvements or airport needs. There are no other public funds or ad valorem taxes being used in this half-million-dollar airport project, according to Assistant City Manager Hector M. Tamayo. Grohman said: “We are very excited to make the improvement. We feel that they will improve safety and enhance the potential uses of our airport." “We are still working on getting an instrument landing system (DLS),” Grohman said, noting that ILS “is the pivotal point in dramatically improving safety, not only for the flying public but those on the ground. The Committee of reunion of Rural Schools, wishes to thank the public for their attendance and donations, and to all who helped serve. And to the committee members who took time to decorate and plan this years reunion. Plans are being made for next year's reunion at the Civic Center. Hope to see you there. MIC MIC Public Notice Southwestern Bell Telephone Company has filed two separate applications with the Public Utility Commission of Texas to introduce two new optional directory services. One service is Directory Assistance Call Completion (DACC) and the other service is Multiple List Directory Assistance (MLDA), DACC is an optional service that provides customers the option of having their Directory Assistance call completed to the requested number (when they call Directory Assistance for a number) by either the Directory Assistance operator or a mechanized audio response system. The proposed rates* for fully-automated DACC calls are: $.30 if the call is sent paid or billed to a calling card. $1.00 if the call is collect or billed to a third number and $ 25 from a coin telephone. The proposed rates’ for semi-automated (operator assisted) DACC calls are: $ 85 for calls that are sent paid or billed to a calling card. $1.20 if the call is collect or billed to a third number and $2.60 for a person-to-person call. Multiple List Directory Assistance (MLDA) allows the customer to request more than two listing requests per call to Directory Assistance. Customers can either call on ‘demand” and receive up to 10 listings, or schedule an ‘ appointment" and receive the assistance of a Directory Assistance operator for as long as required. The rates for “demand” MLDA are $.30 per listing request (after applicable allowances), with a maximum of 10 listing requests per call. The rates for ‘‘appointment” MLDA are $1.00 per minute, with a 15-mmute minimum. The optional services DACC and MLDA are intended for use by both residence and business customers. Those persons who qualify for exemption of Directory Assistance charges because of visual or physical handicaps will be able to use DACC and ‘ demand” MLDA free of charge, lf approved by the commission, DACC and MLDA will be available beginning May 13, 1991. First-year projected revenues for DACC are approximately $9.6 million. First-year projected revenues for MLDA are approximately $1.7 million. Persons who wish to comment on these applications should notify the commission by May 3.1991. Requests for further information should be mailed to the Public Utility Commission of Texas, 7800 Shoal Creek Boulevard, Suite 400N, Austin, Texas 78757, or you may call the Public Utility Commission Public Information Office at (512) 458-0256 or (512) 458-0221 teletypewriter for the deaf ©Southwestern Bell Telephone * T he charges tor DACC are in addition to the charge tor the Directory Assistance Listing (if applicable) and/or any local or intraL ATA toll charges that would apply to tile completed call ALLERGY SUFFERERS! f DO YOU HAVE A RUNNY NOSE IN THE SPRINGTIME OR YEAR-ROUND? If so, we need volunteers with runny nose or other symptoms to participate in the study of an investigational drug. Skin tests, physician monitoring, and lab tests provided at no charge. Qualified subjects will also be compensated $100-$175. If interested, please call: 629-9036 CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH _705-A Landa New Braunfels ASTRO•TONE' Your personalised daily horoscope 1-900-963-3000 Access Code 500 06c each minute t out Ii lone phones only On Earth. O IMI Mrtwn Simon A tetotum Its the greatest show on Earth. Because its on how to protect Earth. During Operation Earth Repair, April ll) drop off your recyclable goods a nd learn about environmentally safe products and energy conservation methods. Bring the kids to meet TV’s environmental superhero, Captain Planet, from noon to 3 pm, Saturday, t in113th. And if they bring a bottle or can to be recycled, they can even become a Planeteer! Plus if you make purchases totalling $75 or more from our mall stores, you’ll receive a tree reusable canvas shopping hag. And with any Food Court receipt,you’ll get a free native tree sapling! (All while supplies last; bring receipts dated March 23rd or later to our unload booth.) So join us! After all, what show could be greater t han a show of su|)|x»rt for the environment? Ijxtf) 1604 cit    N Rolling Oaks Mall ;