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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 26, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas 2A New Braunfels Herald-Zorfung Sunday, June 26,1983Appraisal District to plans to mail notices Hie Comal County Appraisal District will mail '.963 reappraisal notices this week, Chief Appraiser Glenn Brucks said. Board hearings will begin July IS. last year, everyone who owned property either in he Comal Independent School District or the New Braunfels Independent School District received a >tic e of reappraisal, whether the property value rd increased or not. This year only those owners whose property values have increased or who have rendered their property will get a notice. Brucks said about 14,500 notices will be mailed this year. More than 68,000 were mailed in 1962. Property owners who disagree with their values, whether or not they get a notice, may protest before district’s review board. In order to protest and appear before the review board, written notice must be filed with the ap praisal district before July 18. Anyone with a problem should contact the appraisal district office before filing a formal protest, since in many cases it may be possible to solve the problem without appearing before the review board, Brucks said. Forms may be picked up at the appraisal district office from 8 a m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday at 130 E. Mill St. The office number is 62S-8597. GIVE BLOOD. Deaths Grace Pensabene Services will be held Monday at ll a.m. it .Sunset Funeral Chapel in San Antonio r Grace Pensabene who died Thursday, June 23 in San Antonio. Dr. George Harris md Rev. James Ennis will officiate at the ■rvices. Bom Feb. 2, 1917 in New York, he’d been a resident of San Antonio for the last four years. She is survived by her husband, Paul :’en sa bene of San Antonio; two daughters, Emma Podufaly of San Antonio and Mane Boa si of New Braunfels; a brother, Joseph ( usamarto of New York; and six grandchildren. rwin August Meckel Services for Erwin August Meckel of Star Route 3, Box 790, New Braunfels, will ye at 4 p.m. Mo.tday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home, vith the Rev. Friedrich •'{est of New Braunfels officiating. Bunal will follow in Comal Cemetery Meckel, 77, died at 3:42 p.m. Friday, June 24, at McKenna Memorial Hospital. The son of Joseph B. and Hulda (nee Beachi Meckel, he was bom on Feb. 26,1906, in Sattler. He was preceded in death by wives from two previous marriages, Gertrude Meckel, who died in 1957, and Frances Meckel, who passed away in 1979. A lifetime resident of Comal County, Meckel was the retired proprietor of Meckel Lumber Co. and Mountain Breeze Restaurant. He is survived by three daughters, Jo Ann Karolczak cf Hayward. Calif., and Joyce Balmos and Elaine Behrendt, both of New Braunfels; two sisters, Elvira Moeller and Teresa Greene, both of New Braunfels; two brothers, Willie Meckel of Canyon I .ake, and Joseph B. Meckel Jr., of New Braunfels; 15 grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. Memorials may be given to the American Heart Association. Wands Heidemann Services for Wanda Heidemann of 821 Highway 81 West will be at 2 p.m. Monday at Cross Lutheran Church. The Rev. Raymond Reich of New Braunfels will officiate, and burial will be in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park, all under the direction of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Mrs Heidemann, 77, died at 1:20 a m. Saturday, June 25, at Colonial Manor Nursing Home, where she had been a resident since June 6. Born on Sept. 15, 1905, in Kyle, she was the daughter of Robert and Ida (nee Ix*hmann> Niemann. She married Otto Heidemann on Nov. 5, 1924, rn Kyle. A resident of New Braunfels since 1937, she was a housewife, and a member of Cross Lutheran Church. She is survived by two daughters, Joyce Eichmann of Beaumont, and Glennie Werner of Houston; a son, William J. Heidemann of Albuquerque, N.M.; two sisters. Malinda Rohde and Ella Wohlfahrt, both of New Braunfels; 13 grandchildren, and five greatgrandchildren. Memorials may be given to the Cross Lutheran Church I Crossword rn ACROSS I Funk 6 Footprints 11 Macaw 14 Eat into 15 Actor loon *— 10 Weapon 17 Young cod IS Bib* ?0 Votes in 2? Spirit 23 Tai pros 25 Church a* aa 26 Baton 29 A Hem org 30 I ending 3? Star Prat 14 Authorize* 39 Hardened 42 Lasted 7 wdt 43 Ants kin 45 French river 40 Elounges ¥* New Pre! 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Dilley and the Big Bend area Winds were tight I ii* fin ei ast Sunday called for fair skies over most * tin- stair and high temperatures in the 80s and 90s, e11 ept for 100-degree readings in the Big Bend Texas forecasts North Texas Scattered mainly afternoon and evening .bowers arui thutulerstorrm Highs in the uppet 80s and lower 90s. lows in the 70s South texas Widely Mattered thunder showers I ow * in the 60s and 70s. highs mostly in the 90s, with Mime 80s along the coast West Texas Widely scattered thunderstorms in Ute mountains Highs mostly in the 80s, ranging abos e IOO in the Big Bend I anas in the 60s l ast Texas Scattered thunderstorm* Highs in (lie upper IWK on Sunday warming to the 90s on Monday Lows in the 70s Tile Nation Thunderstorms rumbled over the central Roc kies and stretched across the central and southern Blains into the lower Mississippi Valley and the Gulf Toast on Saturday Rain also moved into in Colorado during the early afternoon hours, the* National Weather Service said Thunderstorms that had bren over New England on Saturday morning moved into the Atlantic by the afternoon, leaving mostly sunny skies Except for some cloudiness along the coastal sections irf Washington and Oregon, sunny skies covered the Pacific Northwest Temperatures around the nation at J p rn EDT ranged from 56 degrees at Shelton, Wash , to IOO at Gila Bend, Aril K01 Sunday, scattered showers and thunderstorms were expected from the central and eastern Gulf Toast states into lower and mid-Mississippi River Valley , the central plains and central Rockies Rain also was expec ted in the southern upper Great I .ake* region, with mostly clear skies forecast elsewhere Higiis were expected to range from the 100s over Surat tin* deserts of southern California and portions of southern Nevada and southwestern Arizona, 90s from the interior sections of central and southern California across the* southern Plateau into Texas, and over the southern Atlantic Coost states and the* lower Ohio Valley, 70s along the coastal sections of Washington, Oregon and California, over the central Rockies, northern Minnesota and Maine, and 80s elsewhere I Ut* Siotty GUARANTY STATE BANK Is Pleased To Announce im 6 ANr I / ¥ Mr Irvin M Boarrwt has hem eta* ted Chairman Emeritus of th^CuAranty State Bank in an announcement made by Joe T Sethoid, Chairman of the Board of Chief Executive Officer of the Guaranty State Bank He (ut served the hank as a director since January 1970 and Senior Chairman of the Board since August 1975 Mr Boamet has bern a resident of Nev*. Braunfels sine# 1*446 and has Liven wry involved m civic affairs havmq served as a member of lf* school board of tile New Braunfels Independent Sc ti* xii District, as prosecutor, municipal court judge and attorney for the City of Nev, Braunfels Mr Boamet is a pra» being attorney’ and fie and hts wife. Lover currently reside at 849 Walker Circ ie At tfx* same time- Mr Sethoid announced the promotion of Mrs Margaret Messer to Vice f*resxfent Mrs Messer and f*er husband. Charles moved to Nev Braunfels m 1971 from Garland, lexas tatter** st* had previous banking experience with the Fort Worth National Bank and ft** Hillsboro State Bank Mr Messer is District Manager of Catalog Sales for Sears Roebuck A Co Mrs Messer beefin we eking fee Guaranty Slate Bank in March 1972 She was elected Assistant Casher in January 1976 and Assistant Vice president tn March of 1977 Mrs Messer is a member of the First Baptist Church of New Braunfels the New Braunfels Business and Pr,»*esM. via Womens Club and dx* National Assentation of Bank Women ESB GUARANTY STATE BANK On the Square and on the Level. NEW MOTOR BANK AT 153 LANDA. Member of Mercantile Texas Corporation and FPIC. rn TRUCK LOAD SALE AUTOMATIC ICfMAKIR WITH PURCHASE Of Silt CUO GI REFRIGERATORS H*rald-Zfitun$ T av‘or Common* attorn Inc IUSPS 377 HSU lf you have not received your palier by 5 30 p rn T ueyd.iv through F nday or by / 30 a in Sunday. caH 625 9144 or 658 1900 by I p rn anti ll a rn . respet lively Published Sunday morning .md Tuesday. Wednesday Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels, Herald Publishing Co , 186 S Casten Ave New Braunfels IX 781 JO Second Class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co 186 S Casten Ave , New Braunfels TX 78130 Dave Kramer Claude Scruggs Elnora Kraft Robert Johnson Pele I ewis Cheryl McCampbell Don Avery Carol Avery Gus I ibei Roland Kraft Wand* I asater Ken Mile tied Patricia Y/nag* King General Manager Publisher Office Manager Editor Retail Advertising Manager Classified Manager Cm tufa lion Manager Photocomp Foreman Press Foreman Print Shop Foreman Kaleidoscope Editor Sports Editor Wire Editor Subscription Rales In Comal Guadalupe Hays Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 months $8 56 6 months $15 one year, $27 In Texas 6 months $24 one year $45 Out of slate 6 months $30 one year $50 Senior Citizens Discount In Comal Guadalupe Hays Bexar Blanco arui Kendall Counties 6 months $12, one year $22 Postmaster Send address changes lo P O Drawer 361 New Braunfels. 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