New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 12, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
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WeatherWednesday, June 12, 1991 “■ POLICE ROUNDUP
Comal River.......................................246 (down .8)
Canyon Lake outflow..................359.6 (down 5.4)
Canyon Lake Inflow.................... 210 (up 40)
Canyon Lake level..........................905.76 (up .02)
Edwards Aquifer........................624.46 (down .09)
A severe thunderstorm roared across Lubbock County, dumping flash-flood producing rainfall and golfball-sizc hail across the area.
More than 1.25 inches of rain fell in 35 minutes at the National Weather Service office Tuesday night and the hail was reported
about three miles southeast of Lubbock International Airport. Some street flooding was reported in Lubbock.
No rainfall was reported over West Texas early today and forecasts called for calmer weather tonight and Thursday across the arca.
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community, state, or nation has been a good Scout.
Tables of 8 arc available for a $1,000 donation. Individual tickets are $125. For more information call 512/341-8611.
All proceeds from the dinner will support Scouting programs in 13 South Texas counties.
Rep. Smith to speak
U.S. Congressman Lamar Smith will attend the New Braunfels Republican Women’s Club annual covercd-dish dinner meeting June 24 at 6:30 p.m. at Landa Park picnic areas 4 and 5. Bring spouse or guest and covered dish to serve 8-IO people.
The Crime Watch organizational meeting for River Oaks property owners has been rc-schcdulcd for June 13 at 7:30 p.m. at Ben Friedcl’s residence. Bring lawn chairs.
July 4 activities
American Legion Post #179 is planning a number of activities for
the July 4th celebration. After the parade to welcome home Desert Storm troops the post home at the comer of Coll and Academy streets will be open to the public. Lunch will be available cither to cat there or take out. Music will be provided by Texas Country from 6-12 p.m. Desert Storm veterans will be admitted free. Proceeds from the events will enable the American Legion to continue the support of all veterans.
Canyon High School Class of 1971 will celebrate its 20-year class reunion from 5:30 to 11:30 p.m. June 29 in the Arts and Crafts Building of the Comal County Fairgrounds. For more information, call 629-7707.
To have an item listed in Stammtisch, contact Janinc Green or Stephanie Ferguson at 625-9144. Submissions should be of community interest but not commercial in nature.
Some tuition refunds possible
By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer
Individuals who attended any of the now-defunct Professional Carcer Centers in Austin, Dallas or Houston and were unable to complete their training due to the shutdown of the schools may be entitled to a tuition refund, according to officials of the Texas Education Agency.
The schools closed last September, cutting off training for 230 students. The parent company is involved in bankruptcy proceedings in California. Former students who believe they arc entitled to a refund must file a proof of claim or interest with the bankruptcy court no later than July I.
Claims should be sent to the Clerk,
U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Room 506, Federal Building, 34 Civic Center Plaza, Santa Ana, Calif. 92701. Refer to case numbers SA 90-04460-JR and SA 90-07009-JR. A copy should be sent to Joy Fallon, Allied Education Corporation, 4041 MacArthur Blvd., Suite 210, Newport Beach, Calif. 92660.
In some cases, other trade schools in the three cities offered to accept the students on a transfer basis to enable them to complete their training. Individuals who did not transfer to another school must file a claim with the bankruptcy court if they want a refund. It has not yet been determined what percentage of the original amount the refund will be, according to TEA officials.
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The legislature provided in 1989 for a "warrant fee" to be collected in addition to other court costs. This fee intended to assist counties in offset-ng the costs of serving ihse warrants and the deputies have consistently collected enough to cover their salaries, according to figures provided by Rheinlander. The problem is that this money cannot, by law, be dedicated to those salaries but goes into the Gencr-Fund.
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Search for suspect in robbery continues
Court includes bids for body armor vests and Special Weapons and Tactics vests, bids for radio transmission improvements, a certificate of appreciation for Walt Sumner, and replacing a member of the Redistricting Advisory Committee.
Commissioner's will also give final approval to The Springs at Rebecca Creek and consider vacate and replat actions at some lots in Cypress Lake Gardens, Western Skies Section.
The meeting will start at 9 a.m. al the Comal County Courthouse in New Braunfels.
By ROBERT STEWART 8taff Writer
New Braunfels police continue searching today for a robbery suspect who allegedly stole a utility trailer in San Marcos and assaulted the owner who followed him to New Braunfels, says New Braunfels Police Chief C.R. "Dick” Headen.
The incident occurred in the parking lot of a convenience store near the intersection of Farm-to-Market 306 and Interstate 35 Tuesday morning when a San Marcos man caught up with the suspect who he claims took his trailer from his residence.
The victim pulled in front of the suspect’s vehicle, confronted him and tried to grab his keys, Headen said, adding the suspect then backed his vehicle up, jackknifed the trailer and allegedly hit the owner while driving away.
"The assault escalates a theft into a robbery,” Headen said.
After the altercation, police searched the area and recovered the trailer which the man apparently ditched after leaving the convenience store, Headen said. The trailer had lost a wheel when it jackknifed.
Witnesses described the suspect as a white male with dark brown curly hair and no facial hair. He appears to be between 40 and 50 years old. The vehicle he was driving appeared to have damage to the left rear side. Homa burglarized
A house in the Northcliffe subdivision near Cibolo was burglarized sometime Monday, according to Chief Deputy Wayne Hoherz of the Comal County Sheriff's Department.
Raul De La Cruz of the 3400 block of Charleston reported that someone
Services for Laura Georg, 73, of New Braunfels arc pending with Doeppcnschmidt Funeral Home. She died June ll, 1991, at Oak Crest Inn Convalescent Center.
broke into his garage and stole golf clubs and a golf bag valued at $450.
The burglary occurred between 7:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m., according to authorities.
A Canyon Lake woman was charged with telephone harassment Monday after turning herself in to authorities, Hoherz said.
Teresa Ann Casey was charged in connection with alleged calls to the Canyon Lake Emergency Medical Services Office during May, Hoherz
She posted a $500 set by Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace Fred Stewart.
The charges involved alleged late-night calls to the EMS office that disrupted operations, Hoherz said.
"Her attorney found out that there was a warrant out for her and she turned herself in,” he said.
A Houston man was injured in the Guadalupe River below Huaco Springs Saturday when he struck his head on a rock, Hoherz said.
Joseph Spikes, 23, was twinging over the river on a rope swing on private property when he dove into the river and lacerated his head.
Spikes was transported by Airlife helicopter to San Antonio for treatment, he said.
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Joseph E. Smith
Joseph E. Smith died peacefully at his home on June 8 at 7:15 p.m. with family and friends present.
He was bom on June 14, 1911, in Chicago, 111. He served in World War II from 1942 to 1945. He married Violet Hclander on Sept. 9, 1950, and to this union was bom one daughter, Christina. He has lived in New Braunfels for IO years.
He is preceded in death by two sisters and three brothers.
Mr. Smith is survived by his wife, Violet, and daughter Christina, trusted companion Spud, all of New Braunfels; a sister, Martha Bremner of Chicago; and numerous nieces and nephews.
A farewell service will be held at 954 Merriweather on June 14, 1991, at 7 p.m. with Pastor Elmer Gumper officiating.
Memorials may be sent to Hospice New Braunfels, 180 W. Mill St.
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