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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 20, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Public records FELONIES Justice of the Peace, Precinct I, (Harold Krueger, presiding) Alan Eugene Carver, Vista Del Sol, Apt. No. 129, aggravated assault of a peace officer, $5,000 bond. Kenneth H. Bradley, 1565 Edwards Blvd., unlawfully carrying a weapon on licensed premises, $5,000 bond. Kevin Zimmerman, 784 Rock, theft of service by check, $2,500 bond. Justice of the Peace, Precinct 2, (R.G. Blanchard, presiding) Tony James Woodall, Route 3, Box 210-TA, San Antonio, burglary of a non-habitation, $3,500 bond. MARRIAGES County Clerk’s Office Indalecio Saenz Meza and Delia Flores Perez. Leman Pat Sawyer and Theresa Gaskins Wiley. Charles Ray Schubert and Mildred Lou Norris. Robert John I^echelin Jr., and Amy Danell Almond. Randy Clay Rust and Kay Lynn Schneider. Terry Lee Wilkins and Paulette Chamblee. Manuel Castro Valenzuela and Maria Helena Limon. Phillip Van Estes Hedley and Karen Jean Johnson. Darren William Gerloff and Lisa Marie Ramsey. William Aloysius Carney and Carolyn Leggett Bolton. Elueterio Garcia and Olga Ortega Machuca. Norberto Gurrola Parra and San Juanita Michelle Rauch. Felix Lux and Gwendoline Margaret Borgfeld. DIVORCES County Court-at-Law (Ron Zipp, presiding judge) Castro, Manuelita and Ruben. CONVICTIONS 207th District Court (Robert Pfeuffer, presiding judge) Charles Wayne Kelley, possession of a controlled substance — tetrahydrocannabinol, sentenced to five years in the Texas Department of Corrections. County Court-at-Law (Ron Zipp, presiding judge) Robert Ryberg, 431 Koehler Court, No. 21, San Antonio, driving while intoxicated, three days in jail with credit, and a $200 fine. Carlos Gonzales Sanchez, 1415 N. Heidki, Seguin, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for one year, and a $250 fine. Charles Holland, 5807 Woodhollow, San Antonio, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for one year, probated for one year, and a $250 fine. Russell Lyle Mitchell, 7410 Village Oak, San Antonio, DWI, 90 days in jail, probated for 18 months, anda $250 fine. Jon Michael Owen, Bexar Hall No. 324, San Marcos, DWL 60 days in jail, probated for one year, and a $250 fine. Caren Gritta, Star Route 3, Box 133, Canyon Lake, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for two years, and a $500 fine. Douglas Ross Edwards, 201 Ave. D, Converse, unlawfully carrying a weapon (club), a $150 fine. Vincent D. Eby, P.O. Box 1463, Canyon Lake, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for one year, and a $250 fine. Joseph Wilson Jr., Star Route 3, Box 750-N, Canyon Lake, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for one year, and a $250 fine. Juanita D. Martinez, 1638 Stonewall, theft over $5 but less than $20, a $75 fine. Jovita Valdez, 501 Labor, theft over $5 but less than $20,60 days in jail, probated for six months, and a $200 fine. Harry Wiedenfeld, 888 W. Bridge, theft over $5 but less than $20,60 days in jail, probated for six months, anda $200 fine. Lawrence Adaway, 260 S. Walnut, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for one year, and a $250 fine. Jeff Brennan, 539 Harvey No. I, San Marcos, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for one year, and a $200 fine. Charles William Jones, 146 Penn, DWL 45 days in weekend jail time. Alex Rodriguez, 249 LBJ, San Marcos, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for one year, and a $250 fine. Pedro Garcia, 2850 W. San Antonio, DWI, 30 days in weekend jail time, and a $250 fine. BIRTHS McKenna Memorial Hospital Mr. and Mrs. John Wommack, 204 Santiago, 9 lb., 3 oz. boy, Feb. ll. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Curtis, Star Route 3, Box 333, Canyon Lake, 7 lb., 5 oz. girl, Feb. ll. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yanas, Route 6, Box 695, Lot No. IO, New Braunfels, 8 lb., 8 oz. boy, Feb. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Turley, 682 Comal, 6 lb., 12 oz. girl, Feb. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Valentine Lopez, 318 N. Guenther, 7 lb., 4 oz. girl, Feb. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Koehler, Route 6, New Braunfels, 8 lb. girl, Feb. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Moos, 820 Eikel, 8 lb., 3 oz. boy, Feb. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dean, Route I, Box 631-11 406, New Braunfels, 8 lb., 15 oz. boy, Feb. 13. Mr. and Mrs. Paulo Sanchez, Route 6, Box 437, New Braunfels, 9 lb., IO oz. boy, Feb. 14. Mr. and Mrs. George Edwards, Route 9, Box 697, Canyon l,ake, 6 lb., 12 oz. boy, Feb. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Bandel Taylor, 51 Mission, 8 lb., ll oz. boy, Feb. ll. Mr. and Mrs. David Beicker, 522 E. Nolte, Seguin, 81b., ll oz. boy, Feb. 15. Mr. and Mrs. William Davis, 375 E. Common, 7 lb., 2 oz. girl, Feb. 15. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Slaughter, 463 Perryman, 7 lb., 7 oz. boy, Feb. 15. Mr. and Mrs. Rogelio Delton, 3235 W. Mill, 7 lb., 3 oz. girl, Feb. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Myers, 790 Roosevelt, 7 lh., 8 oz. girl, Feb. 16. Out-of-town Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ix?slie Dedeke III, of 19110 Enchanted Oaks, Spring, Tex., a 6 lb., 5 oz. girl, Feb. 9. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. I/jslie Dedeke of New Braunfels. Teen kitchen Stuff photo by John Senter New Braunfels High School homemakers display kitchenware items that they collected for use in the Teen Connection alternative school for juveniles. That's Nancy Ney of the Teenn Connection (third from left) accepting the donation. The students are (from left) Holly Hill, Charles Zech, Jerome Brimmage, Angela Platt and Cheryl Dees. Edwards board to study district landfill sites Possible effects of landfill on groundwater quality will be investigated by the Edwards Underground Water District in the future. Directors voted Thursday to begin investigating proposed landfill sites within the five-county district. Existing sites will be monitored and reviewed as necessary'. The signed resolution pointed out that solid waste disposal sites are potential sources of groundw ater contamination. Permits for landfills are currently required from the Texas Department of Water Resources and-or the Texas Department of Health. The EUWD will ask that those agencies deny authorization for sites considered to be possible threats to groundwater quality. The board also heard a status report on pending water legislation, and honored retiring directors Henry Van DeWalle (of San Antonio) and Robert Kmspel (of San Marcos). When their terms expire Feb. 28. each of these men will have served nearly a quarter-century on the board. They are the last of the original directors that took office when the EUWD was first authorized in 1959. Each has served four consecutive six-year terms, and decided not to go for re-election on Jan. 15. harmacy ootnotes btf Ratfmond Mendez, R.Ph. Microbiologists may now have an explanation as to why a paticular tampon brand (now off the market) seemingly gave rise to toxic-shock syndrome (TSS) in soma of its users The scientists say that a vaginal enzyme breaks down the tampon s super-absorbent material Carbozymethyi-celiulose breaks down into a sugar product that provides ideal growth environment for staphylococcus aureus, the organism that causes TSS The breakdown of the tampon material causes it to change from a solid to a gel Since the gel takes up menstrual fluids along with white blood cells the white blood cells cannot penetrate the gel to combat the TSS organisms Take all your prescriptions to CITY PHARMACY. 386 Landa 625 4711 or COMAL DRUG 544 N Union St. 625-2421 Our philosophy is that we writ not sell you something we ourselves would not use Read the label directions on your medication concerning proper storage The medicine cabinet may not be the best place because of high humidity and its deteriorating effect on many drugs Open 9 am-6 30 pm Mon thru Fri 9 am-6 pm Saturdays HANDY HINT: there is relief although not yet a cure for herpes Weather Texas An intense storm system developed over Northwest Texas late Saturday afternoon as a cool front stretched from the eastern Panhandle to the Big Bend National Park. A strong low pressure area centered just north of the Panhandle produced strong southerly winds ahead of the front and westerly winds behind the front. Dust reduced visibility to six miles near Midland where winds were howling up to 47 miles an hour. Winds of 68 miles per hour were reported in the Guadalupe Pass in West Texas. Elsewhere, partly cloudy skies covered the state with some light haze reported over South and East Texas. Late afternoon temperatures ranged from the 50s in West Texas and the Panhandle to the 80s in far South Texas. It was 51 degrees in the Guadalupe Pass and 85 at McAllen. The forecast Sunday called for scattered thunderstorms over the state, some possibly severe in Southeast Texas. High temperatures were expected to range from the 40s in the Panhandle to the 70s along the Gulf Coast. The Nation Much of the country' enjoyed sunny weather Saturday, but scattered snowstorms struck Wyoming and Colorado and rain and freezing rain fell over parts of Minnesota and the Dakotas and along the northern Pacific Coast. Travelers’ advisories were posted for gusty winds over the moun tains and deserts of southern California. Winds estimated at up to 80    mph    ripped through Page, Ariz., Friday    night,    flipping planes    parked    at the local airport as well as damaging up    to 200 boats on nearby I .ake Powell. Snow also fell Saturday from eastern Wyoming across eastern Montana and western North Dakota and over northern Minnesota. Temperatures around the country at 2 p.m. EST ranged from 20 in Minot, N.D., to 85 in Harlingen, Texas. Sunday's forecast called for snow showers over much of Minnesota and the northwestern half of Iowa and eastern Nebraska. Rain and occasional thun derstorms are expected from eastern Texas across the lower Mississippi Valley and Mississippi. Showers will fall over the northern Pacific coast. It will be cloudy over northeastern Montana, and much of Oklahoma. Presidents3 Day PRICES GO00 ALL WEEK &T IST W ENTIRE STOCK PLAYTEX & BALI BRAS 20% OFF LADIES NAME BRAND BLOUSES Values to 26.00 $1288 LADIES LEATHER UPPERS THONGS & SANDALS $Q88 Reg. 12.99 HAGGAR SLACKS Values to 30 OO s1288& *1688 FASTBAK ATHLETIC SHOES Youths Boys’ Mens $088 $088 $1088 LITTLE BOYS WESTERN SHIRTS Sizes $j^88 Reg. 7.99 RED HEART YARN 97° Skein JUNIORS LEVI CORDUROYS Straights & $1fl88 Super Straights | (J Reg 28 OO 7f/t&fUIL t M e> ny cs dr 214 W SAN ANTONIO MON SAT 9-fi DOWNTOWN NEW BRAUNFELS SALE plus “"TH LI P IX) For a Limited Time! 20 HI NTER COMFORT BREEZE REBAIT. Denson s low sale prices PLUS Hunter factory rebate SIO. Factory rebate on 36 brown or white, 36" white/brass or brown/ brass, and 52" brown/brass or white/brass $15. Factory rebate on 36 all brass $20. Factory rebate on 52 all brass. Hunter Comfort Breeze. Built to last. Motors built exclusively for Hunter Fans. Reversible motors. Die cast metal housing. And fan blades made of solid wood. No oiling. 5 yr. warranty. 12 different models to chooses from, 36" and 52’ sizes. All backed by Denson’s... tile area's first and foremost fan dealer Hurry in for low sale prices plus factory rebates. 173 S. Seguin New Braunfels 625-3325 ;