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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 14, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 Hratd-Zt/fung, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, Weather Water Comal Rlvar..................... Canyon Lake Inflow....... Canyon Lake outflow..... Canyon Laka laval.......... Edwards Aquifar............. Texas forecasts SOUTH TEXAS - Clear and cold tonight. Sunny and cooler Friday. Lows tonight from near 40 north to the SOs south with 30s Hill Camay. Highs on Friday from near 60 north to near 70 south. NORTH TEXAS - Partly cloudy and colder tonight and Friday. Lows tonight 31 to 38. Highs Friday 48 to 56. WEST TEXAS - Fair through Friday. Lows tonight mid 20s Panhandle to mid 40s Big Bend. Highs friday lower 50s Panhandle to mid 70s Big Bend. PORT ARTHUR TO PORT ii craft advis-light northwest wind near 20 knots. Seas 3 to 5 feet near shore and 5 to 7 feet offshore. Friday north wind 15 to 20 knots. Seas 4 to 6 feet. PORT O’CONNOR TO BROWNSVILLE - Small craft advisory in effect. Tonight northwest wind near 20 knots. Seas 5 to 7 feet. Friday north wind 15 to 20 knots. Seas 5 to 7 feet. Extended forecasts Saturday through Monday SOUTH TEXAS: Fair Saturday Hill Country and south central. Partly cloudy Sunday and Monday. Turning cooler Monday. Lows in the 40s Saturday and Monday... Near 50 Sunday. Highs in the low 70s Saturday and Sunday...60s on Monday. Partly cloudy Coastal Bend, lower Rio Grande valley and plains Saturday. Turning slightly cooler Monday. Lows in the 40s to lower 50s Saturday...50s to near 60 Sunday and Monday. Highs in the 70s to near Watch ..............274    cfs    (same) .................346    (down    7) ....................442    (up    10) ..............908.53    (up    .01) 624.66 (up .01) 80 Saturday and Sunday ...And 70s on Monday. Mostly cloudy lower Rio Grande valley and plains. Fair Saturday southeast and the upper Gulf coast. Partly cloudy Sunday and Monday. Turning cooler on Monday. Lows near 40 inland to 40s coast Saturday, 40s inland to near 50 coast Sunday and Monday. Highs from upper 60s to low 70s. NORTH TEXAS: Dry through the period. Mild Saturday and Sunday. Turning cooler late Sunday. Lows west in the 30s Saturday, 40s Sunday and the 30s again Monday. Highs near 70 Saturday and Sunday... And in the 50s Monday. WEST TEXAS: Fair Saturday most sections. Partly cloudy and a little cooler Sunday and Monday. Highs lower 60s Friday cooling to the lower 50s by Monday. The state Colder temperatures were forecast across all of Texas tonight and Friday, but skies were to remain clear and there is no threat of significant precipitation. The colder weather will bring at least a temporary end to an extended period of unseasonably high temperatures. A ridge of high pressure over North Texas is clearing skies across the state and will result in much colder nighttime temperatures and cooler daytime readings. Lows tonight will be mostly in the 30s across West Texas, ranging from the 20s in the Panhandle to the 40s in Southwest Texas, in the 40s and 50s in North Texas and in the 30s in the Hill Country and the 40s and 50s elsewhere in South Texas. Obituaries Robert V. Luna Arrangements are pending at Zoell-er Funeral Home for Robert V. Luna of New Braunfels who died today at the age of 34. Ralph M. Dawson Services for Ralph M. Dawson of New Braunfels will be at ll a.m. Saturday at First United Methodist Church with the Rev. Bill Hathaway officiating. Mr. Dawson, 72, died Feb. 13, 1991, at Colonial Manor Care Center. The son of James Claude and Lucie Ray (nee Sadler) Dawson, he was bom Sept. 24,1918. in Chapel Hill. He married Katie Marie Dawson Dec. 17,1973, in Pacific Grove, Calif. A resident of the city for five years, he was a lawyer and a member of First United Methodist Church. He served in the Army Air Corps in World War ll. Mr. Dawson is survived by his wife, Katie Marie Dawson of New Braunfels; a daughter, Michele Johnson of Austin; three sons, John C. Dawson of Boulder, Colo., Bryan S. •Dawson and his wife Patsy of Houston, and Russell B. Dawson and his [wife Ann of Round Rock; a sister, Ruth Criswell and her husband Tom •of Palm Desert, Calif.; a brother, J.C. Dawson and wife Jess of Hosuton; and six grandchildren. • Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday at Docppenschmidt Funeral Home. There will be no visitation Saturday. Memorials may be given to the charity of one’s choice. Ella S. Harris ! Services for Ella Schcibc Harris of New Braunfels will be at I p.m. Saturday at Docppenschmidt Funeral Home. Burial will be at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Mrs. Harris, 77, died Feb. 13.1991, at Southwest Texas Methodist Hospital in San Antonio. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schcibe, she was bom Feb. 1,1914, in Comal County. LOOK WHO'S MIXING TOO sa Mm. • Tri 7*0 0*0 ■•L - Sun. 2*6 4*0 7*0 0*0 VAN DAMME LIONHEART IB Mm. • Ort. im tat Sol • Sun. 0*0 4*0 im 0*0 Anti >ni( i *>{*.'> 44 I I Expressions of love Cards and flowers are among the more popular expressions of love exchanged on Valentine’s Day. The romantic holiday is a popular date for weddings and engagements. (Photo by Erik Karlsson) Triple   _ Continued from Pago 1 been no disadvantages for the past 38 years, she said. Amwinc said she didn’t plan on getting married on her birthday, which happened to be Valentines Day. “We’d talked about getting mar ried and my husband said ‘We’ll just get married on your birthday.’ It really was his idea,” she said. Dick Amwine, said it “doesn’t bother him one bit" to have so many events in one day. “I think we married on those days to make it extra special." he said. A lifetime resident of the city, she was a clerical worker for Maverick Clark Office Supplies and was a member of the Lutheran church. Survivors include two sons, Henry A. Bauer of New Braunfels and Louis Ray Bauer and his wife Deborah of New Braunfels; a brother, Louis Scheibe of New Braunfels; eight grandchildren; and two greatgrandchildren. Visitation will be from IO a.m. Friday until service lime Saturday at Docppenschmidt Funeral Home. Memorials may be given to the American Heart Association, Comal County Division, P.O. Box 843, New Braunfels, Texas 78130. Alice M. Henderson Services for Alice Mary Henderson of New Braunfels will be Monday at George Funeral Home in Grandview, Mo., with burial at Belton Cemetery in Belton, Mo. Mrs. Henderson, 95, died Feb. 13, 1991, at McKenna Memorial Hospital. The daughter of Lafayette and Orpha Ann (nee Frederick) Foreman, she was bom Oct. 23, 1895, in Holdenville, Okla. She married Lewis Henderson April 9, 1914, in Louisiana. Mr. Henderson died in 1966. A resident of the city for seven years, she was a retired actress and a member of the Baptist church. Mrs. Henderson is survived by five daughters, Edna Mae Ray of Arizona, Anna Marie Hockeu of Kansas City, Mo., Peggy MacDonald of New Braunfels, Billie Lou Schuller of Michigan, and Alice L. Rotcn of Dripping Springs; two sons, Lewis Robert Henderson of Missouri and Richard Henderson of Lockhart; a sister, Anna Jones of Lockhart; 31 grandchildren; 55 great-grandchildren; and 18 great-great-grandchi ldrcn. Visitation will be at Zocllcr Funeral Home from 8 a.m. until 9 p.m. Friday. Stammtlsch. Continutd from Paat 1 “Proud to be an American” and the “Star-Spangled Banner." Recycling bins The folks at Wal-Mart arc thrilled with the response to the recycling bins that are in the parking lot. The public is invited to drop off newspapers, aluminum and plastic for the company to have recycled. Proceeds from the sale of materials will be donated to United Way of Comal County. There’s only one hitch. Because of the huge response, the bins fill up rapidly and sometimes it takes several days for the company representative to come and empty them. Wal-Mart is asking citizens not to leave their donations on the parking lot when the bins are full, but to please wail a couple of days and come back. Bombings now on supply lines DHAHRAN, Saudi Arabia (AP) — The allies pressed on with the air war today bul focused on supply lines and troop concentrations after Iraq charged that a U.S. raid on a building in Baghdad killed hundreds of civilians. Two American airmen were killed in the crash of a U.S. EF-111A electronic jamming and radar-dctcction jct, the Air Force said — the 27th U.S. warplane lost in the war. U.S. military officials in Riyadh said it was a combat loss. In Baghdad, thousands of angry Iraqis marched to a cemetery to bury fellow civilians killed Wednesday in the U.S. bombing of a structure where they had taken shelter. Baghdad officials say the building KG HALL - SEGUIN Saturday, February 16 Blue I I Bonnet Ii Palace ll Friday, February 15 9:00 - 1:00 Damara Smith Saturday, February 16 9:00 - 2:00 Iou DIffaa Coming Soon Saturday, March 23 Aaron Tippin rn ■ ^ Mark Haley BARGAIN MA I IN! I S 4 IO 10 5 30 DAU Y WALNUT 6 629-6400 Discount Day I ac sd ay *> 2 OO I rn cpl Noted 0 • * -    10m rn rn 0 m i ^HQMEfaALQNs1 \ <r A Imm>i Unix Xirww Tm* Imwi* GAT. - SUM. * ’ WEEKDAYS Il:t0 3:10 6:10 7:10 0:10 »10 7:10 O.lOl EBS MO YV0»°*L I M|C09^    ^ KEVIN COSTNER . GAT. • OUN. WEEKDAY* * ■* 1:10 4:30 7:4*    4.30    7:41 Sartor WTI WEEKDAY* wmSLSSLmmmarna Times good thru Today Only] GAT. . SUK. WEEKDAYS •*0 1*00*0 1*0 0*0 tea ilia irs s 111 llijlll I a ae. a--a- ystaji SAT. . SUN. WEEKDAYS 11:4* 3*6 6:16 7*6 0:3* 1:10 IM 0*0 %kutis\ Un SAT. . SUN. 1*0 3*0 6*0 7*0 tie {My ■ WEEKDAYS 0:20 0*0 7*0 0*0 Otituni SAT SWM * i:oi sea iii wuKOAvs mmmUmSrnmtm MMMUV Filing period begins soon for council seats By KATHRYN SCHOEMER Staff Writer Deadline for filing city council applications for the May 4 election ii March 20 and the first day for filing applications begins Feb. 19t according to city officials. Candidates must live in District 3 or District 4 to run this year, said City Secretary Veronica Sarkozi. Councilmember Eddie Temple, district 4, said he is unsure whether he plans to run in the May 4 election. "I’m going to need to take some time oui to make this decision," he said. “I’m going to try to make this decision like I have every other fact or decision and not be rushed into it." Presently, Temple has no opponents running against him. Mayor Amo Becker, district 3, also is uncertain whether he will run for (his election, claiming that he’s “on the fence" right now and needs to make a decision soon. Other councilmembers are: Mayor Pro-Tcm Ramon Chapa Jr., Loraine Kraft, Bill Arnold, James Goodbread Jr. and Clinton Brandt. Four City Councilmembers are elected from districts, while three others are elected at-large. Elections for councilmembers are staggered every year. Each member of city council must be a resident of New Braunfels for at least six months after they are elected. Qualifications for residency include owning property and being a registered voter. Information about campaign fund reporting and political communications is avaiable at the Municipal Building. Seidel Continued from Rag* 1 •bout the 1990 city budget, he said he would “try to keep tight rein on unnecessary spending." Seidel said he will also fight any proposed tax increases he considers unnecessary. “All governments seem to have gotten into a habit of routinely passing tax increases as a matter of business. (And) I don’t think that our city should do that," he stated. When asked if he had previously considered running for City Council, Seidel said “I’ve thought about it a long time because people have asked me, but I never felt like I had the time before and now I do. Scidcl is seeking the council seat currently held by Mayor Amo Becker, who has not announced if he will seek re-elcction. “I’m having lots of thoughts both ways,” Becker said. "Having a public life requires lots of time and it lakes more time away from my business.” However, there are many critical pending issues that need the attention of city government — including the Edwards Aquifer. “I’m very concerned about the spring flow because that means billions of dollars to us," he said. But right now "I’m literally on the fence (because) those two things are pulling (mc) in each direction," Becker said. Some of the businesses Seidel has owned and operated in New Braunfels include Seidel Studio & Camera Shop, New Braunfels Wurst Inc., Tract Development Inc. and New Braunfels Savings and Loan. Seidel has been a part of a number of civic organizations such as the Wurstfest Association and the Elks Cub. SKATE CE NT f R SEGUIN f FTI NITE / TO IO 30 SAT AET I t0 3 30 SAT NIT! 7 IO-IO 30 EAN T Y INK) 3/ < ii/// r IN EMERGENCIES POLICK American Legion Hall Gueete Are Welcome! Saturday, Feb. 16 8-12 Country Rhythm PUBUC MVfTEO For R«s0rvatioiis Cai 379-8878 I B.V.O.B. concentrated , Iraqi troops was a civilian air raid shelter, the U.S. military says it was an Iraqi command and control center. On Wednesday. Iraqi officials claimed 500 civilians were killed in the raid. Official Baghdad radio said today that 64 bodies had been pulled out from the rubble, but it apparently referred only to those already identified. The supervisor of the building said that by sundown Wednesday, 235 bodies had been recovered and hundreds more were believed buried beneath piles of concrete and twisted metal. Associated Press correspondent Salah Nasrawi and other reporters escorted to the site of the attack today counted at least 40 corpses Friday' Niglit February 15 Eagles Hall New Braunfels Catfish Dinner & Dance Musk by Frank Kosub It Hie Sounds of Country Food Served 6-8:30    Dance    8-12 Friends & Members Y'all Come Public Notice Southwestern Bell Telephone Company has filed an application with the Public Utility Commission of Texas to introduce new optional services, Personalized RingSM and ComCallSM, beginning March 18, 1991.* Personalized Ring— is an optional service that provides single-line customers the ability to manage incoming calls by allowing up to three directory numbers to share the same line. One of the numbers is called the “master" number; the others are called the "dependent" numbers. A regular ring is provided for the master number and unique distinctive rings are provided for up to two dependents. ComCall— is an optional service that provides single-line customers the ability to set up internal intercom communications among multiple telephone extensions. A distinctive ring is heard to alert all extension users of an intercom call. Customers must subscribe to the optional service Three-way Calling for ComCali— to function. (The monthly rate for Three-way Calling is $2.10 for residence customers and $2.65 for business customers.) Personalized RingSM and ComCall— are intended for use by both residence and business customers. Personalized Ring— is expected to generate first-year revenues of $1.8 million. ComCallSM projects first-year revenues of $53,000. Proposed Monthly Rates* * Residence * * 'Personalized Ring- First dependent number    4.00 Second dependent number    2.00 ‘Corneal!-    2 00 Persons who wish to comment on this application should notify the commission by March 7,1991. 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. Business 6.00 2.00 2.50 Southwestern Bell Telephone ‘Those services may not be available in all areas ’Theta rates are in addition to (ha rates for basic local exchange service. ‘Some telephone equipment may not ba compatible with Personalized Ring and CornCall*- ;