New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 12, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas
Herald-Ze/fung. New Braunfels TexasObituaries
Sunday April 12,1987
Services for Wayne Kmrick of Koute 4. Box 594 at Canyon Lake will be at IO a m Tuesday at St. John s Episcopal Church with the Rev Robert F. Keith of New Braunfels of Belating Burial will be at Cranes Mill Cemetery. Emrick, 74, died April ll at the South Austin Medical Center.
Emrick was born July IO, 1912, in Hoisington. Kan He married Elinor I Chapman on Dec 18, 1959, in Corpus Christi Emrick was a Comal County resident about eight years He was a retired purchasing agent for an auto parts company and was a member of St John’s Episcopal Church. Emrick also was a member of the Corpus • Christi Masonic Lodge No 189 and was a Shriller at the AL AMIN Tem pie at Corpus Christi.
Survivors include his wife. Elinor Emrick of Canyon Lake; and two sisters. Mary Johns and Lena Jackson, both of Nocona.
Memorials may be given to St John’s Episcopal Church. Visitation . will begin at 8 a in Monday at Deep penschmidt Funeral HomeAnnie Barth Kneupper
Services for Annie Barth Kneupper of 1551 Lee St will be at 2 p m Monday at Zoeller Funeral Home w ith the Rev J. Linwood Kennedy officiating Interment w ill I** in Sunset Memorial Park Mausoleum Kneupper, 77. died April lo at McKenna Memorial Hospital.
Kneupper was born July lo, 1909, to
Herman and Anna (nee Schmidt) Barth in Seguin She married Ben F. Kneupper in San Antonio on Dec. 26, 1927 Kneupper lived in New Braunfels for 76 years where she was a florist She was a member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ and also was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Ladies Auxilliary and the Texas State Floral Association.
Survivors include her husband. Ben F. Kneupper of New Braunfels; one daughter, Anna Reinshagen of New Braunfels; one brother, Arthur W C Barth of New Braunfels; and two grandchildren, Zana Hill and Zandy Reinshagen, both of New Braunfels.
Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association or the First Protestant United Church of ChristStella Spence
Graveside services for Stella Spence of 1085 Dunlap Loop will be in Woodland Cemetery in Ironton. Ohio Spence. 85. died April 9 at Colonial Manor Nursing Home
Spence was born Nov 9. 1901, to Frank and Susie (nee Lavander) Dalton in Ironton. Ohio She married Elmer V. Spence in Ironton. Ohio on Aug Jo. 1985 Her husband preceded her in death on July 9. 1950 Spence was a housewife and Baptist She is survived by one sister. Nora Kelley of New Braunfels
There will be no local services Local arrangements are under the direction of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home
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days ago and has resuled in many surprising results.
"These kids who are on probation or parole are all on curfews,” Powers said "We conducted 20 spot checks at night on some of the more troublesome youngsters to be sure they were complying with the terms of their probation and during the checks, we found a lot of them on the streets.
"If they weren’t among the group that is causing the problems, we just sent them home. If they were among that group, we brought them to the police station and then put them in the juvenile detention center for the night ”
Powers said only two voungters w ere detained overnight The "visits.” she said, were conducted after 6:80 p m and before 4:80 a m with most of the probation officers' time in the later hours spent driving around and looking for kids on the streets "We found three of them at 4 a m .” she said, "and one of them was on parole, one was on probation and the third had just gotten off pro batlon We detained the one on parole
"They were 12. 18 and 15 vers old. ” Pow ers said She said the purpose of the pro gram is to try to keep the youngsters off the streets and to emphasize to youngsters on probation that it is a serious matter She said the visits will be conducted periodically and unannounced and possibly could take place on school nights "We hope to do this at least twice a month.” Powers added Current Texas law provides for the
permissive certification of juveniles between the ages of 15 and 17 to stand trial as an adult.
It is proposed that the age of permissive certification be lowered to 13 if the juvenile court finds that the juvenile has committed one of the following enumerated felony offenses. capital murder, murder, aggravated sexual assault, aggravated robbery, aggravated kidnapping or aggravated sale or delivery of narcotics.
Upon such a finding, a juvenile between the ages of 13 and 15 may be certified by district court for disposition of the charges pending asgainst him Any sentence imposed under this proposed certification process will be served in the TDC with the juvenile segregated from the regular prison population until he becomes 18
A sentence with commitment to the TIK’ will be reviewed by the sentencing court upon the individual’s 18th birthday The hearing, conducted w ithm 16 days of that date, will determine if there is sufficient cause to commute the imposed sentence to time served
During the punishment phase of a trial for an individual tried as an adult, a deliquency determination by a juvenile court of a felony grade offense will be admissible Someof-ficials say it is misleading prosecutors say to a jury to allow a frequently arrested and convicted 17 year old juvenile offender to argue that he has never been convicted of a felony
All juvenile records retained under the provisions of this statute would automatically lie destroyed upon the individual reaching the age of 21N BU.
Game Wardens Bob Wofford and Neel Etheredge examine a
clump of human hair found by divers Friday near the Canyon Lake Marina Divers sear hed continued a fruitless sear h for a body Saturday (Photo by Dery C ark
Comal River.......................412cfs (same)
Canyon Lake inflow..................973 cfs (up 8)
Canyon Lake outflow.............1,010 cfs (same)
Canyon Lake level...............909.69 (down .08)
Edwards Aquifer................627.72 (down .04)
Texas Weather most of the south Monday but it
should tx* partly cloudy elsewhere Fair skies prevailed across most ol _
Texas Saturday, although gusty orecas
winds took the edge off sun warmed
temperatures in the 80s and 90s IU I EX AS Partly cloudy and
A trough of low pressure angled quite warm Sunday Mostly cloudy
across West Texas from the Sunday night with a slight chance of
southeast corner of the Panhandle thundershowers north Not quite so
near Childress to the lower Pecos warm Monday with a chance of
Valley area northwest of Del Bio. the thunderstorms most sections Lows
National Weather Service said. Monday night in the 60s and 70s
The trough line separated con Highs Sunday in the nos and 90s
trusting air masses East ol the Highs Monday generally in the 80s
trough, warm moist air covered the WES! I EXAS Mostly fair
state Temperatures in Hie nos were southwest Sunday hut becoming
most common, waft the deep south portly cloudy except southwest later
and lower Valiev reaching the 90s Sunday through Monday Turning
Meanwhile iii the dr\ air sector, arider Panhandle Sunday spreading
skies were also >unny and to Sunday night and Monday
temperatures climbed into the 7ns Scattered mixed rain and snow
and 80s Humdity throughout that showers Panhandle Sunday night
part of Texas dropped below 20 per Widely scattered rain showers South
cent, with Amarillo and Lubbock the Plains Sunday night Highs Sunday
driest at lo pet cent generally in the 7us north and 80s
south and southwest Lows Sunday W inds were gustythroughout most night ranging from upper 80s
of the stale Speeds were in the 1> to panhandle to mid f*0s extreme south
2.» mph range with occasional gust to Highs Monday 5os north and 60s and
•JO inpti 70s elsewhere except near 90 Rio
I he forecast calls tor fair skies Grande area of Big Bend
Sunday iii the 11ans Pecos Edwards NORTH T EXAS Windy and warm
Plateau aud North lexas and partly Sunday A chance of thudnerstorms
cloudy skies elsewhere A chance of west late Sunday and all North Texas
showers and thunderstorms will Sunday night Chance of
develop iii the north south central thunderstorms east Monday ('(Miler
and South Plains sunday night, with most sections Monday Highs Sunday
lain and snow showers in the m the lower Hos Lows Sunday night
Panhandle upper 40s northwest to lower 60s
The chance of thunderstorms southeast Highs Monday mid 60s
should spr ead to the northeast and west to upper 70s east
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ell s Monday night session to recoin mend a property tax rate increase of 35 percent of the effective tax rate which would result in raising those rates by lo cents over the current 28 cents per SUMI evaluation Such a hike is expected to generate some $758 1 xxi in revenues "As you are probably aware the
city is in a budget crunch as are all Texas cities and even the state of Texas We have cut budgets trimm tnt staff, reduced some salaries and did not give employees cost of living pay raises last year We have prepared a budget that is a balance of increasing revenue and cutting balk expenses ' the city ad mimstralor stated
New Braunfels City Council will meet Monday at 7 to p rn at the I Didies meeting room to discuss re quested budget and set a property tax increase as well as various or diance readings and resolutions Land* Park Golf Advisory Board will meet Tuesday at 7 15 pm at Panda Park golf course prey shop Items of discussion include capital improvement fund and the possible privitization of god course with recommendation to council
New Braunfels Dramaqc Advisory Committee has tentatively set Wednesday as the date tor .1 public meeting with council to discuss pro posats submitted by private engineering firms interested in con trading with the city to perform a drainage study Die meeting will (*• held in New Braunfels Utilities meeting r<*»m and will begin at 7 in pm ('heck Tuesdays edition for meeting confirmation
Guadalupe Blanco River Authority meets at IO a in Thursday at (.BRA
offices 9. F < our! in Seguin Dins. tors will heat an update of th* hydroelectric plant project at f a mon Lake I lam
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Die car passed another t ar swerved to the right real last tnt the guard rail and rolled a couple of times Garza said the trooper ordered .1 bl«xKl test (or the driver and said pending the results of tho test the man could tx'arrested Xsot presstime the man had not ••♦-vt, 1mm iked
\s to the Calls** tit the Ale k Ga!'/.1 said The only thing I can tell is with the intoxication going too tost and not knowing the area too we Grimm overcompensated and swerved too hard Laurie Wtench. 24 of Latavette
La suttered serious injuries had to Im* t ut out of he! s«*at tielt 111 front passenger s seat
\ I S Vrniy M \s I helicopter f two of titre v Hdims of saturday s a dent to the San Antonio hosp shortly after * p rn Michael t Rot lefts 22 Is listed in st abb cen Don in BANU 1 any on Lake F transported Grimm and Thomas kuydendal! '22 to the hospital men were not admitted Garza said the three men in the are members of the army static at Fort Sam Houston in san Antu lh* troofier added that the group pea red to have treen drinking and driver appared intoxn ated
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