New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 13, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas
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to enter an agreement for a watershed management study.
Funds at present earmarked for such a study total some $100,000 pending a second municipal contribution later this year. Site development fees enacted with the adoption of the current interim ordinance have generated half of those monies with the rest coming from city committments.
Mayor Ed Sciantarelli questioned continuing with the study at present
Sara Beth Sutton
Graveside services for Sara Beth Sutton of 1073 Linde were at IO a.m. Tuesday at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park with the Rev. Euclid Moore officiating. Sutton, 51, died Sunday at her home. She was bom May IO, 1935, to M L. and Patty (nee Bass) King in Abilene.
She married Gene Sutton in Ranger on Feb. ll, 1956. Sutton worked as a bookkeeper at Sumac Accounting and was Methodist. She was a New Braunfels resident for two and one-half years. Survivors include her husband, Gene Sutton of New Braunfels; one daughter, Patty Reusink of San Antonio; two sons, Bart Sutton of Seguin and Bass Sutton of Darby, Mont.; one brother,, Lee King of Grand Prairie; and three grandchildren.
Memorials may be made to M D. Anderson Cancer Institute in Houston. Services were under the direction of Zoeller Funeral Home.
Arthur E. Lange
Arthur E. Lange, 84, of 575 Southeast Terrace died Jan. ll at Colonial Manor Nursing Home. Services were at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev. Ron Walter of New Braunfels officiating. Burial was in San Geronimo Cemetery in Seguin.
Lange was bom July 1,1902, to Otto and Gars (Makowski) Lange in Guadalupe County. He married Marcella Beikirch in Guadalupe County on July 7, 1928 She preceded him in death on Dec. 24. Lange was retired and had lived in Daly Qty, Calif.
Survivors include one sister, Eleanora Dolan of San Antonio and one brother. G A. Lange of Nolanville. Memorials may be given to the American Heart Association or the charity of one's choice.
Leon ie Dischinger. 95, of 2241 US. 46 N. in New Braunfels died Jan. ll at 318 PM 1863 Private graveside services were at 9 a m Tuesday at Comal Cemetery with the Hermann Sons Lodge officiating.
Dischinger was bom Dec. 30, 1891, in Comal County to Franz and Anna
time since building activity has slowed. He said he felt monies in the fund could be better used for other things since the city has had to cut back on other services because of budget shortfalls. Since council action for requests required no expenditure of monies, Sciantarelli hinted the option is open for council to put the project on hold when a contract comes before the council.
Gene Rutherford, chairman of the drainage committee, noting that developer fees paid in "good faith" would have to be refunded should
council not continue with the study, said "it will be very unfortunate if we delay this." City Engineer Bill Dobrowolski asked council not to postpone "what you are going to do anyway."
On behalf of the committee, Rutherford presented council with a broad scope of services for watershed management. He said the program would be "user friendly" in terms of understanding and implementing drainage ordinances and that the project would be financially sound. He added that he hopes
(nee Goebel) Hillert. She married Edward Dischinger in Comal County on Nov. 28, 1913. He preceded her in death in 1954. Dischinger was a housewife and was a life member of the Mission Valley Bowling Dub. She also was a member of Hermann Sons Lodge No. 21.
Survivors include three daughters, Carmen Voss of Austin and Alice Oberkampf and Yvonne Henk, both of New Braunfels; two sons, Frank E. Dischinger and Reno Dischinger, both of New Braunfels; one sister, Linda Terrell of Burleson; ten grand-children and nine greatgrandchildren.
Memorials may be given to the Christiand Corral Boys Ranch or the charity of one’s choice. Services were under the direction of Doep-penschimdt Funeral Home.
Gladys Ruby Ledman
Services for Gladys Ruby Ledman of 114 Kelly Lane will be at 1:30 p.m. Wenesday at Lakeside Baptist Church with the Rev. Larry Singletary of New Braunfels officiating. Ledman, 80, died Jan. ll at McKenna Memorial Hospital.
She was bom May, ll, 1906, to Charles B. and Mabel (nee Leake) Woodard in St. Louis. She married Hat J. Ledman in St. Louis on Jan. 4, 1926. Ledman was a housewife and was Methodist.
Survivors include her husband, Hal J. Ledman of New Braunfels; one daughter, Doris M. Evey of Kirby; five grandchildren and three greatgrandchildren. She was preceded in death by one son, Hal Jay Ledman.
Services are under the direction of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association.
Cleveland L. Cadded
Cleveland L. Caddell. 59, of Seguin died in Kerrville Sunday. Services were at I p.m. Tuesday at Goetz Memorial Chapel in Seguin with the Rev. Donald Duncan of New Braunfels officiating. Burial was in the San Geronimo Cemetery.
Caddell worked for the Guadalupe-Bianco River Authority. Survivors include three daughters, Evelyn Erben of New Braunfels. Margie
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Peter Anthony Vogel
Funeral services for Peter Anthony Vogel were held at IO a.m. today at St. Jerome Catholic Church in Martinez wtih the Rev. Cheries Schraub as celebrant. Interment followed at St. Jerome Catholic Cemetery. Rosary was recited in Dellcrest Funeral Home chapel in San Antonio Monday.
Vogel, 90, died Jan. ll. He was born Oct. 28, 1896 in New Braunfels* to Franz and Anna (nee Reininger) Vogel, who came to this country in the 1840s. He and his wife Cleora were married on Oct. 21, 1924 in Honeycreek St. Joseph Church. They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary on Oct. 24,1974.
Mr. Vogel farmed all his life, first in the Pratt area. Immediately following their marriage, the Vogels moved to Converse, where he retired in 1978. Mr. Vogel was active in his church and on Dec. 15, 1974 was awarded the Archbishop Francis J. Furey Medal in recognition of excellent service to the Catholic church.
After their retirement, Mr. and Mrs. Vogel moved to New Berlin, Texas.
Vogel is survived by his wife Cleora; children Roman and Mackay Vogel of Pipe Creek, Norbert and Louise Vogel, Norwin and Elrine Vogel, and Vivian and Jerry Wyatt, all of Seguin, Marilyn and Fred Katc-smorak of Pleasanton, and Herman and NIU Vogel of St. Hedwig; brothers Ottmer Vogel of San Antonio and Hilmar Vogel of Austin; sisters Mrs. Hilda Engel and Irma Ratke of San Antonio; 18 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; inn numf rom nieces am* »ephewf
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developers will not “shy away because of misinformation or an aura that it Is too tough to build here when in fact it Is not."
Dobrowolski called the scope a "major undertaking" that encompasses several professions including legal, engineering, planning, meterological and historical.
Council member-at-large Barbara Tteken, mayor at the time the original drainage committee was created, said "we are half way there. Year after year we talk about drainage and nothing gets done. I would hate to see us cut this off."
"We can not procrastinate on this any longer," Max Winkler, council member-at-large, said, adding "I feel we have to go forward with this immediately."
Precinct 2 member Loraine Kraft and Mayor pro-tem Ramon Chapa Jr., said they will need to review the study in greater detail before deciding whether to support the project.
As New Braunfels grows and more concrete and impermiable surfaces replace soil and permiable surfaces, more and more water can be expected to run off into streets and subdivisions.
Comal River......................407 cfs (down 5)
Canyon Lake inflow ....1621 cfs (down 179)
Canyon Lake outflow.............MSO cfs (same)
Canyon Lake level...............910.91 (down .14)
Edwards Aquifer...................623.73 (same)
Texas Weather mainly in the 20s and 30s in West
Texas and in the 50s in South Texas. A high-pressure ridge kept mostly Forty-degree readings were common skies fair around most of Texas th** elsewhere around the state. morning, except in the south where The forecast calls for generally an upper-level disturbance over nor- cloudy skies statewide through them Mexico continued to sweep tonight except for clear skies in the moisture into the state. Panhandle and far west. There
Light rain and showers dampened should be occasional rain tonight in the lower Rio Grande Valley and South Texas and southeast North most of Southeast Texas, as well as Texas, the middle coastal plain near Texas Forecast
Palacios and parts of Southwest Texas, the National Weather Service
said. SOUTH TEXAS: Cloudy with occa-
Low- and middle-level clouds were sional rain tonight. Decreasing noted over most of South and East cloudiness and warmer est andsouth, Texas, while high-level clouds rain or showers east Wednesday, covered most of North Texas and the Lows tonight upper 40s north and central parts of West Texas. Gear west to the mid 50s lower coast and skies prevailed in the Panhandle and south. Highs Wednesday upper 50s far west. Southeast Texas to the upper 60s west
Early morning temperatures were and south.
— A burglary late Friday morning at the residence of Vera Dixon, 1145 W. Bridge, netted theives a 8200 microwave oven, a 8400 clarinet and a jewelry box worth 875 containing various pieces of costume jewelry, according to New Braunfels police records.
— Access was reportedly gained by theives through an unlocked rear door at the residence of Barbara Cunningham, 292 W. Mill, Friday evening, resulting in the loss of a 8300 GE 16-inch television.
— Three checks forged in December were turned over to police investigators by HEB, 843 W. San Antonio St., Friday. The checks totalled 8570.82.
— Rebecca Delgado, 55, of 2552 W. Katy, was arrested by police Friday evening for the theft of 89.67 worth of cosmetics from Kroger’s on U.S. Highway 81 West.
— Also Friday night, Roddy Lee Georg, 19, of Rt. 2 Box 695AB, New Braunfels, was arrested at the
Walnut Square shopping center for the unlawful possession of a knife.
— The Quality Inn, 375 Texas 46 South, filed two complaints of theft of service Saturday. In the first incident, a suspect reportedly fled sometime Wednesday owing two days occupancy, a loss of 842.06. In the second, a suspect driving a Ford vehicle with Ohio license plates left owing the motel 8117.18.
— Cora Lambrecht, of 300 Laurel Plaza, reported Saturday the theft from her residence Friday of a wallet and 840 cash.
— Police believe a pellet gun was used to shoot at a car driven by Maer-rith Meyer, a 58-year-old teacher, while she drove in the HOO block of Canyon Drive Saturday afternoon. She related to police that the driver’s side window suddenly shattered as a car passed. The woman was not reportedly injured.
— Nothing turned up missing after a daylight break-in Saturday of a residence owned by Royal Reiss at
— Antonio Molina, of 285 E. Mather, reported his 1978 two4oor cream and tan colored Pontiac Gran Prix stolen. It was reportedly taken from an address given as 180 Houston Street sometime Saturday morning and is valued at 82,000.
— An assault complaint was filed Saturday by Sylvia Perez, who gave an address In rural Comal County. The incident reportedly took place at 1820 W. Bridge. No arrests were made by police.
— In a seperate incident, Pamela Witt, 34, also complained of an assault that occured Sunday evening.
— Two gold rings, valued at 8700, were reported taken from the residence of Roy Allen, 409 Rusk. The theft reportedly occured Thursday afternoon though it was not reported to police until Sunday.
— Also reported Sunday was the theft of 8400 cash from the residence of Denise Whitehead, 1050 Coll Street, sometime Sunday afternoon.
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