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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 14, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Report: Comal Springs will be dry by the year 2010 Dedeke honored Staff Sergeant Carol L. Dedeke, a member of Headquarters State Area Command, Texas Army National Guard, received the Army Achievement Medal during award ceremonies recently at Camp Mabry. Dedeke distinguished herself while serving as a member of the Texas Army National Guard Color Guard. She voluntarily participated 17 color guard activities. Pictured Major General James T. Dennis, Adjutant General of Texas, presents the award to Dedeke, a resident of New Braunfels. Dedeke's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dedeke of New Braunfels. Deaths Claude V. Brown Services for Claude V. Brown, of 1320 Hiway 46 South, New Braunfels, will be at 4 p.m. Wednesday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Rev. Harold Zirkel officiating. Burial will follow in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Brown, 78, died Aug. 12 at McKenna Memorial Hospital. He was bom Nov. 21,1906 to Latham and Pearl (nee McGarry) Brown in Jefferson County, Miss. He married Myra (nee Snuth) Brown on Oct. 9, 1933 in Vicksburg, Miss. Brown, a retired brick contractor, was a 10-year resident of Births Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Ayala, 2094 Katy, 9lb., 4oz. girl, Aug. 13. Mr. and Mrs. James Tuch, 175 Bob-o-link,91b.,5oz. boy, Aug. 14. New Braunfels. Survivors include his wife Myra Brown of New Braunfels; daughters Mrs. Joe Holliman and Mrs. Amo Becker of New Braunfels and Mrs. Joe Right of Harlingen: sister Mrs. Salvo Piazzo of Mississippi. He is also survived by 13 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Pallbearers include Joe Holliman III, Claude Holliman, Wayne Pierce, Bob Buckner, Steven Croft and Robert Speer. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, the American Heart Association or the charity of ones choice. Fernando Francisco Martinez, Jr. Rosary will be recited for Fernando Francisco Martinez, Jr., of 441 Comanche St., New Braunfels, at 7:30 p.ip. Wednesday at Our I .ady of Perpetual Help Church with Father Joe Audit officiating. Burial will follow in SS Peter & Paul Catholic Cemetery under the direction of Morales Funeral Home. Martinez, 37, died Aug. 12 at his residence. He was born Aug. 9, 1948 to Fernando and Juanita (nee Cantu) Martinez, Sr. of Laredo. He married Pamela Martinez on June ll, 1983 in New Braunfels. Martinez, a lifetime New Braunfels resident, was a painter at Negley Paints in Schertz. He was a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Martinez is survived by his wife Pamela Martinez of New Braunfels; his parents Mr. & Mrs. Fernando Martinez, Sr.; great-grandmother Juanita Soto of New Braunfels; sons Abel Ray Martinez, Fernando Martinez III, Leo Martinez and Rogelio Martinez all of New Braunfels; his sister Maria Ortega of New Braunfels; and brothers Francisco Martinez rn d Roberto Martinez of New Braunfels. By DANA OVERSTREET Staff writer Facing a dry Comal Springs by the year 2010, City Council Monday night heard a report on the “study to end all studies” being conducted by the Edwards Underground Water District and the city of San Antonio. Craig Hollmig, one of New Braunfels’ three directors on the EUWD board, told Council that the springs will be “intermittently dry” before that, especially during times of drought. Hollmig and fellow director Kenneth Ikels talked to Council Monday in an effort to inform that group of the goings on at the Edwards office. The directors (Carroll Hoffmann was absent) urged Council to work with other governmental entities to find solutions to an impending water shortage. The regional water study’s project manager will provide a "step-by-step cookbook method” of specific solutions to water shortage, Hollmig said. There are structural solutions, such as reservoirs, Hollmig said, and non-structural solutions, such as recycling, legislation, conservation, and pumping controls. Hollmig said the study also will address alternate forms of project financing, with a “if you use it, you pay for it” point of view. "It will hopefully spread the cost so thin it will be palatable to everyone,” Hollmig said. He added that a city that does nothing to prepare for water use growth and “pumps the springs dry will leave itself open to litigation. "What got everyone moving9’’ he asked. “The certainty that the springs will go dry. And. < the fact that) the litigation that will follow from loss and damage will be tremendous.” CISD teachers are experimenting Comal ISD science teachers will be “experimenting” all week at Canyon Middle School. The experiments will come from Dina Zyke, an elementary school consultant in the areas of science and social studies. She will conduct an in-service program from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. through Friday for CISD science teachers kindergarten through sixth grade. Program goals include developing an activity-oriented elementary science program, becoming familiar with district instructional resources, and practicing a variety of teaching techniques. Participants will design and perform activities and experiments in life, physical and earth sciences; develop classroom organization techniques designed* to create an optimal learning environment; and relate science activities and experiments to the use of the scientific method and data-collecting activities. Chad Hall, CISD math-science coordinator, will supervise the science institute, conducted by the district’s Division of Curriculum. WeatherTexas A hurricane watch was in effect today from Port Arthur eastward to Mobile, Ala. as Tropical Storm Danny continued to move northwestward in the Gulf of Mexico. The National Hurricane Center also warned that small craft along the Texas coast should remain in or near port today. The storm’s location at 5 a m. today was near latitude 25.0 north and longitude 89.8 west or about 350 miles south of New Orleans. Forecasters said they expected the storm to continue its present court at 10-15 mph for the next 12 hours and said they expected it to turn to a more northerly direction later today. Although the storm was far out in the gulf, forecasters said the central and upper Texas coast would likely start feeling some effects of the storm later today or tonight. Elsewhere, forecasts called for clear to partly cloudy skies, slightly cooler temperatures and scattered showers and thunderstorms over most of the state today, with most of the thunderstorm activity expected late this afternoon and tonight. Highs were to be mostly in the 90s. Ix>ws tonight will again be mostly in the 60s and 70s. Highs Thursday will be in the 80s and 90s. A weak stationary front stretched early today from near Wichita Falls to the Big Bend area and an upper level disturbance was located over eastern New Mexico. These systems resulted in cloudy skies over most of West Texas and thunderstorms were reported at dawn in the eastern Par handle and northern portions of the South Plains. A flash flood watch issued late Tuesday for the Panhandle and Big Bend areas expired early today without any serious reports of flash flooding, the National Weather Service said. But forecasters warned of the possibility of heavy rain later today and said it was possible another flash flood watch nught have to be issued. Elsewhere, some light fog was reported early today rn Southeast Texas and small patches of clouds dotted South Central Texas. The rest of the state has clear skies. Early morning temperatures were mostly in the 70s except in the Panhandle, South Plains and Trans- Cancer Society plans fund-raiser The Comal Unit of the American Cancer Society will be hosting a “Wine and Cheese” party to benefit the New Braunfels area. This year’s party will be held at the local home of Andy and Bonnie Divine, overlooking luanda Park. Thursday Aug. 22 from 6-9 p.m. is when the event will be held at the AUTOHAUSOF TERRELL PARKMERCEDES SPECIALISTS 3450 NORTHEAST PARKWAY SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 76218821-6167 ■STITT.....T AUTOHAUS Is now offering a special service for your Mercedes We will check and flush your car’s cooling system Also, we will do an air conditioning operation and performance diagnosis for the low price of just MIN CALL FOR APPOINTMENTLetter of Thanks We would like to express our deep appriciation to our many friends and relatives for the kindness that was shown to us at the time of our loved one s death. Ens D Fest of San Antonio. Your prayers, cards letters, telephone calls, visits flowers, food, memorials and other gifts means so much to us May Cod bless you! Alan* Fest A Amy, Sarah, Heather and Rebecca, John A Julia Feet A Family, Allen A Barbara Welsch A Family. Ikels reported on the cloud seeding program and on conservation. “Since there are no surface water projects at this time, there are only two options — one is cloud seeding and two is conservation," he said. “We are actively engaged in a (conservation) program," Ikels said. "The inch worm program, where you water your lawn one inch per week, and xeriscape planning." Ikels pointed out that “conservation is not going to w ork unless we change our attitude.” Also Monday, Council: — discussed a request from Jack Krueger to put a conduit under Academy Street connecting two computer terminals for his car business. The city’s ordinance prohibits the private use of public streets and Krueger asked for a new ordinance to allow his request. City Manager Joe Michie said a new ordinance might allow too many private interests to tear up streets City Attorney Barry Moore will review the city’s ordinances and a similar ordinance in Austin. — approved the first reading of an ordinance allowing private companies to haul garbage from businesses with loads too large for city equipment. Bobby Perez, with Comal Iron and Metal, currently has contracts with several local businesses to haul their large garbage loads. Hauling companies will have to obtain a city permit and Mayor Barbara Tieken asked for a comparison of permit fees before the second ordinance reading. — tabled a request from the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Sesquicentennial Committee for funding for the 1986 program Some months ago, the group asked the city and county for a line of credit $3,000 from the city). “We flat don’t have that kind of money in the budget anywhere," Michie said. “I .et them use up that county portion of funds...they can come back to us with some specifics...this would give us the opportunity to try to find that money." Council member Betty Lou Rushing said the group should not rely solely on the governments. — signed an agreement with the Texas Department of Highways and Public Transportation to install railroad grade crossing improvements at West Mill Street and the MoPac railroad. — agreed to allow New Braunfels Utilities a variance to construct columns and a canopy on the sidewalks in front of its building on Main Plaza. The canopy will help tie the two buildings into one structure. Utilities Manager Bob Sohn said the new community meeting room where Council meetings will be held — should be complete with five months. The new room will seat about IOO people. signed the resolution establishing the temporary police department community relations study committee. passed on an emergency basis the placement of stop signs at the intersection of Nacogdoches and Guenther and Casten avenues; and to place yield signs on Stonewall Street before South Hickory Avenue awarded the bid for hand-held police radios to Hill Country Communications, Inc. of New Braunfels and to S Ac P Communications of San Antonio. — agreed lo advertise tor bids for a pickup truck for the animal control department and for two- and three-cubic-yard garbage containers for the sanitation department. tabled discussion on the contract between the city and die Humane Society of the New Braunfels Area Michie said the Society still is working on the wording of the agreement Canyon Lake man arrested on indecency with child charges A Comal County warrant has been executed in Bexar County against a Canyon l.ake man charged with indecency with a child Patrick Campbell of Route 7, Box 618A, Canyon Lake, was arrested Thursday by Bexar County Sheriff’s deputies. He has since been released from custody on $5,000 bond Comal County Sheriff’s Investigator Kermit Kroesche said the indecency charge involved an 8-year-old girl "who told her father what happened. He came to us. the Department of Human Resources got involved, and the end result was a warrant against Campbell,” he added. Kroesche said the alleged incident occurred on July 27-28 at a Canyon lake residence, and was reported to the Sheriffs Office oil Jul\ 31. Teacher in-service this week All Comal ISD principals and educational coordinators will attend in-depth staff meetings this week to prepare for the 1985-86 school year. Superintendent Bill Brown will distribute new management handbooks for operation of the district at the meetings, set for 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday at Frazier Elementary. My purpose in providing these handbooks is to get everyone familiar with how this school district is run,” Brown said. “It’s not a policy manual We just want to get all of the schools doing the same thing as far as procedures go.” Information in the handbooks includes organizational information, forms, student discipline and textbook procedures, extra-curricular activities, personnel, evaluation process, public relations and interoffice mailRock and roll featured at concert Pecos areas where readings dropped into the 60s. Extremes ranged from 63 at Marfa in Southwest Texas to 81 at Fort Worth. Other early morning temperatures included 65 at Amarillo, 74 at Wichita Falls, 78 at Dallas, 77 at Waco, 71 at Lufkin, 76 at Austin, 77 at San Antonio, 73 at Houston, 75 at Corpus Christi, 76 at Brownsville, 72 at San Angelo, and 68 at Lubbock and Midland. Kenny and the Craze will be the featured performers at the Thursday Concert-in-the-Park series. The band consists of six New Braunfels area residents who play old-fashioned rock and roll, as well as rock and original numbers. The event will be begin at 8 or 8:30 p.m. Thursday and will last until about 10:30 Those attending are encouraged lo dance. Patrons are also encouraged to bring lawn chairs and snacks, but no glass bottles are allowed in the park. The concert will be held at the Landa Park dance slab. Admission is free. Divine’s home. Proceeds from the benefit will go towards services for cancer patients, public education and professional education in the New Braunfels area. Invitations for the party can be obtained by calhng Pat at the American Cancer Society office, 696-4211.To All Interested Persons and Parties: You are hereby notified of the opportunity for written public comment concerning the Special Permit Application No. S-9808 by Mont-Hard Inc. for the manufacture of Door Hinges in New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas. The location being 2415 Lifehaus Drive. 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