New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 12, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
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Friday, July 12 1991
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South Texas forecasts
TODAYT-SATURDAY: Partly cloudy through Saturday with hot days and warm nights. Widely scattered evening showers or thunderstorms far west and isolated daytime showers and thunderstorms over Southeast Texas. Widely scattered afternoon and evening showers or thunderstorms far west again Saturday to isolated elsewhere. High in the upper 80s to near 90 coast to 90s inland. Low near 80 at the coast to the 70s inland.
Showers and thunderstorms dropped light rain over a vast area of West Texas early today.
Forecasts are calling for cooler temperatures and continued shower and thunderstorm activity across all of West Texas tonight and Saturday.
Most of the state will have a chance for isolated to widely scattered showers and thunderstorms. In North Texas, the greatest chance for precipitation is in northwestern sections.
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tinue through July 15 where all items are at least 1/2 off. Teen Connection provides services to youth and families through its emergency shelters, alternative school and outpatient counseling service. The Thrift Shop, 1414 W. San Antonio St., is open Monday-Saturday IO a.rn.-3 p.m.
Barry’s Underpass Saloon located
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ditions they shouldn’t be out it gives the police the probable cause to stop that car and approach it as a stolen vehicle,” Grist said.
There arc suckers on the front and rear window with code numbers identifying the vehicle. Paperwork filled out by the car’s owner is filed with the police dispatcher, Grist said.
The New Braunfels program began October 6, 1990, and 218 vehicles have been registered.
When an officer stops a car with a HEAT sticker he checks the code number and the identification of the driver. If the owner is driving, the officer will ask if there is some emergency that he can help with.
“If it’s not the owner, that officer just caught a car thief right there,** Grist said.
Grist emphasized that the free program is a deterrent to a car thief.
**lf they see this sticker, hopefully they’re going to say ‘hey. I’m not going to take that car.’ **
Other effective deterrents include having car windows etched with identifying numbers, installing a car alarm, and installing a club device to secure the steering wheel. Grist said.
“lf there’s two vehicles side by side, and one’s got some deterrent on it — the other one doesn’t, it’s pretty obvious which one they’re going to take ”
The ultimate goal is to have everyone protected so thieves will go somewhere besides New Braunfels to steal cars, Orist said.
On st said that he has many pamphlets available at no charge in his office at the Municipal Building rn, 424 S. Casten Ave. They include information about various devices to protect cars from theft.
Anyone seeking information about how to protect their automobiles or who wishes to register in the HEAT program should call Mike Orist at the Safe City Commission ai 425-3473.
“All of the crime prevention and ; deterrent programs that we offer > are free to the pubic,** Orist said.
on Seguin Avenue will sponsor a pool and shuffle board tournament every Sunday the month of July to benefit the Senior Citizens Center. For more information call Barry at 625-1223 or Steven deLemos at 629-8190 or 625-1353.
Book, paper show
The New Braunfels Book and Paper Show will be open from IO a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and IO a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at the Civic Center, 390 S. Seguin Ave. Admission of $2.50 is good for both days. Children under 12 enter free. More than 150 tables will be set up featuring antiquarian, rare, used, new and out-of-print books including Texana, Latin and Western Americana, English and American fine literature, illustrated and children’s books, fine bindings and signed editions, military and natural history, books on books, travel and transportation, science fiction, books on cooking, an, music and spons.
Persons interested in becoming a volunteer at McKenna Memorial Hospital or any of the area nursing homes are invited to anend the orientation to be Saturday, July 20 at 9 a.m. at McKenna Memorial Hospital in the second floor conference room. For more information call Lola Behrens at 625-9764 or Jimmy Allen at 625-3260 or leave your name and telephone number at the hospital's volunteer desk.
Lance Aaron Rlttlmann
Funeral services for Lance Aaron Riltimann, 18, of Spring Branch will be at IO a.m. Saturday at First Baptist Church in New Braunfels with the Revs. Gordon Graham and Kenneth King officiating. Burial will follow at Smithson’s Valley Cemetery.
Mr. Rittimann died July ll, 1991. He was bom April 25, 1973, in San Antonio to Vance Rittimann and the former Carol Fink.
He was a recent graduate of New Braunfels High School, where he played varsity football. He was a member of First Baptist Church.
He is survived by his father, Vance Rittimann of Spring Branch; his mother and stepfather, Carol and Oscar Carpenter of New Braunfels; a sister, Tammy Jo Rittimann of New Braunfels; paternal grandmother, Carmen Rittimann of Spring Branch; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fink of New Braunfels; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
Visitation continues until 8:30 a.m. Saturday at Doeppcnschmidt Funeral Home.
Memorials may be directed to First Baptist Church.
Harley D. Summerslll
Funeral services for Harley D. Summersill, 14, of Spring Branch will be at I p.m. Saturday at Doeppensc-hmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels. Officiating will be Bro. Bailey Alders of Johnson City. Burial will follow at Comal Cemetery.
Mr. Summersill died July ll, 1991. He was bom Nov. 3,1976, in Houston to James Summersill and the former Karen Rose Knibbe.
He was a student and had lived in Comal County six years. He was Pentecostal.
Survivors include his mother, Karen Rose Knibbe-Summersill of Johnson City; a sister, Devonia Sum-mcrsill of Johnson City; three brothers, Shane Harris of New Braunfels, Gerald Hams of Cuba and Tommy Summersill of Fort Worth; grandparents, Wilhcmina Summersill of
LaPorte and Milton and Emily Knibbe of Spring Branch; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
No visitation is planned.
Memorials may be directed to the American Cancer Society.
Services for Vera Wagenfuehr, 78, of New Braunfels are pending with Doeppcnschmidt Funeral Home. She died July 12, 1991, at Eden Home, Inc.
Services for Raymond Urban, 86, are pending with Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake. He died July 12, 1991, at Heights Hospital in Houston.
Funeral services for Calvin Riedel, 67, of New Braunfels were to be at 3 p.m. today at First Protestant United Church of Christ with the Rev. Daryl Higgins officiating. Burial was to follow at Comal Cemetery.
Mr. Riedel died July IO, 1991, at McKenna Memorial Hospital. He was bom Sept. 13, 1923, in Lockhart to Emil August Riedel and the former Wallie Schuetzeberg. He married Lorene Bodemann May 30, 1945, in Lockhart. They had lived in New Braunfels 39 years.
Mr. Riedel was an attorney. He was a members of First Protestant Church, Comal County Bar Association, State Bar of Texas, Noon Lions Club, Wurstfest Association, Elks Lodge, Texas Longhorn Breeders Association of America and the Texas Exes Association. He had served as president of New Braunfels Title and as New Braunfels City Attorney. He received his BBA from the University of Texas and LLB from University of Texas Law School.
Survivors include his wife, Lorene Riedel of New Braunfels; a son, Nile Riedel and wife Dana of New Braun
fels; his mother, Wallie Riedel of Lockhart; and a granddaughter, Loren Claire Riedel.
Pallbearers were to be Dr. Mitchell J. Sacco, Dr. Ed Sciantarelli, Jack Ohlrich, Neil McLellan, David Chol-
lett and Edward Badouh Jr.
Memorials may be directed to First Protestant Church or the charity of one’s choice.
Arrangements are with Zoeller Funeral Home.
Former bailiff out on bond after arrest on felony charge
By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer
A former Comal County Court-at-Law bailiff is out on bond today after he was arrested and charged Thursday with impersonating a public servant, a felony charge.
Harold “Andy” Krueger Jr., 24, of New Braunfels was arrested at 9:40 a.m. by Comal County Sheriffs Deputy Sandy Morales and released after posting a $2,500 bond, said Chief Deputy Wayne Hoherz.
The arrest warrant was issued by Comal County Court-at-Law Judge Fred Clark. Krueger served as bailiff
under the previous Court-at-Law Judge Ronald J. Prichard.
The charges stem from a July I incident in which a man was allegedly taken into custody by the suspect for criminal trespassing at a River Road outfitter/rental company, Hoherz said.
The suspect allegedly identified himself as a peace officer from another county, Hoherz said.
Authorities found it necessary to release the trespassing suspect due to the nature of the arrest, Hoherz said.
District Attorney Bill Reimer will be handling the case, Hoherz said.
Krueger is the son of Precinct I Justice of the Peace Harold Krueger.
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The study team will include scientists and engineers from Southwest Research along with experts from Roy F. Weston Inc., an engineering consulting firm based in West Chester, Penn, and the University of Texas at San Antonio Center for Groundwater Research and Division of Economics and Finance.
Members of the technical oversight panel members arc Dr. Vie A. Cundy of Louisiana State University; Dr. Raymond C. Loc hr of University of Texas at Austin; and Dr. Ruth F. Weiner of Western Washington University.
MacNaughton said the purpose of
the panel will be to assure that the study is designed and executed in a comprehensive and accurate manner and that its conclusions arc justified and understandable to the public.
Lafarge and Systech will have no role in the study design or in the interpretation of results.
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