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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 28, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A_Herald-Zf/fung,    New    Braunfels,    Texas Weather Water Watch Canyon Lako outflow............................370    (tamo) Canyon Laka Inflow..........................168 (down 5) Canyon Laka level.....................905.59    (down    .06) Comal River........................................246 (down 4) Edwards Aquifer...............................624.48 (same) Friday, June 28, 1991 Local officer joins Customs Danny Ybarra, a Sheriffs Department employee leaving to join the U.S. Customs Service, discusses the availability of illicit drugs and displays some of the paraphernalia associated with their use. (Photo by Robert Stewart) TOD AY-Saturday: Increasing cloudiness tonight becoming mostly cloudy Saturday with occasional showers or thunderstorms more numerous coastal plains and smith-east. Lows tonight in the 70s, low 80s immediate coast. Highs Satur- Conttnued from Pogo 1A Kuehler waste-water treatment plant; $1.35 million for the Comal to Krueger electrical transmission project; $1.02 million for the Solms sewer project; $1.01 million on the new surface-water treatment plant; and $750,000 in routine service extensions. In other business, the trustees; • Approved the sale of a 50-foot-by-110-foot lot on Guada-Coma Drive, site of a former NBU power substation, to Ferdinand Simon for $6,090, the highest of three bids. • Approved a $24,237 package ofStammtisch Continued from Page 1 p.m. at the Weekend Flea Market located on Farm-to-Market 725.Blood drive First United Methodist Church of New Braunfels will sponsor a blood drive Sunday, June 30. The South Texas Regional Blood Bank will be accepting donors from 8:30 am.-1 pm. in Wesley Hall at the church. Wesley Hall is accessible from the church’s Mill Street parking lot. Free cholesterol screening is available for donors. For more information contact Can Gray at 620-4272. To have an item listed in Siam-match, contact J ani ne Green or Stephanie Ferguson at 625-9/44. Submissions should be of community interest but not commercial in nature. day 80s and 90s. SUNDAY -TUESDAY:    Hill Country and south central Texas, partly cloudy with widely scattered showers or thunerstorms. Lows in the 70s. bids for routine supply of electrical inventory materials. After a long discussion, the board approved the purchase by a 3-1 vote on the condition that the equipment be used only in emergency situations, not in any expensive program to attempt to repair each known defective valve in the water system that’s not currently causing a problem. Voting in favor were Vice President Jesse Gomez and Trustees O.A. Stratemann and Robert Ort. New Braunfels Mayor James Goodbread voted against the purchase.Police_ Continued from Page 1A Luis Rodriguez Jr., 32, was found guilty of aggravated robbery and assault with a deadly weapon in the December 1990 robbery of a Mexican national working in this country on a green card. Bill Reimer, Comal County District Attorney said. “What was really significant was how angry Rodriguez got that the victim had so little money,** Reimer said. “Essentially what we argued to the jury was that the amount didn’t matter.** Reimer said that Rodriguez held a large knife to the victims throat and cut his hand to try to get more money. The victim escaped by fleeing when be went to get more money out of the trunk. Rodriguez has been to prison twice before and has been associated with the Mexican mafia, Reimer said. The deadly weapon fine will mean that Rodriguez must serve at least one quarter of the 40 year sentence, Reimer said. By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer    f Danny Ybarra, nvcotics coordinator for the Comal ‘County Sheriffs Department, has left the department to take a new position with the U.S. Customs Service.. “I hope toTetum to Comal County after I retire from Customs when I’m 55 and become the first Hispanic sheriff of Comal County,** Ybarra said. Bom and raised in New Braunfels, Ybarra graduated from New Braunfels High School in 1979. His last day with the Sheriffs Department was Thursday. “I love doing stuff in my community to make it a safer place,** he said. “Now hopefully I’ll be able to stop it before it gets here.** After four months of training in the U.S. Customs Service Academy, Ybarra will be with that department's Air Smuggling Branch in San Antonio. With that unit, Ybarra will be going after a “much larger volume” of narcotics on an international scale, he said. “You’re not going to be able to eliminate the demand when the drugs areGregory A. Garsnett Services for Gregory A. Garsnett, 15, of Honolulu, Hawaii, will be IO a.m. Monday at Randolph Air F6rce Base Chapel #1. Burial will follow at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. He died June 22, 1991, in Honolulu. He was bom Nov. 20, 1975, in San Bernardino, Calif., to Richard Kevin and Kay Lynn (nee Carlson) Garsnett. He was a stude4 and had just completed the ninthBade. He was an active member of thZBoy Scouts and an honor roll student school. Survivors include his parents of Honolulu; maternal grandparents, Carol Carlson of New Braunfels and Harold Carlson of Seguin; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin L. Garsnett Sr. of Ocala, Fla.; great-grandparents, Marion and Henry Sanchez of New Braunfels and Marie Heisel of Gosport, Ind.; a sister Katrina Renee Garsnett of Honolulu; and a brother Jeffrey Carlson Garsnett of Honolulu. Visitation will be at Doeppensc- so readily available on the streets,*' Ybarra said. “Things aren't really getting worse. We’re just finding out hmidt Funeral Home from IO a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday and 8 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday.Neal Edward Wheeler Neal Edward Wheeler, 50, of McQueeney died June 25,1991, at his residence. He was bom Dec. I, 1940, in Reading, Penn., to Earle C. and Mariam V. (nee Evans) Wheeler. He married Kayanna G. Fisher May 15, 1967. Mr. Wheeler was a retired U.S. Army Master Sergeant. His body has been cremated. Survivors include his wife of McQueeney; parents of Reading, Penn.; two daughters, Kayanna Elizabeth Wheeler of McQueeney and Cherlynn Marie Martin of Reading, Penn.; three sons, David Andrew Wheeler of San Antonio and Edward Earle Wheeler and David Allen Wheeler, both of Reading, Penn.; two grandchildren, Shannon Marie Martin and Erin Martin. He was preceded in death by his sister, Diane Elizabeth Wheeler. Arrangements were under the direction of Doeppenschmidt Funeral about it more. We're digging deeper into the core.** Ybarra said that as cities are getting Home.Nicolas A. Cruz Services for Nicolas A. Cruz, 73, of San Antonio will be IO a.m. Saturday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with the Rev. Richard Oberstar officiating. Burial will be at Comal Cemetery. A rosary was to be recited at 7:30 p.m. today at Zoeller Funeral Home. Visitation will continue until 9:30 a.m. Saturday. Mr. Cruz died June 26, 1991, at Texas Medical Center Hospital. He was bom Sept. IO, 1917, to Andrea Arismcndez. Mr. Cruz was a resident of San Antonio and a retired home constructor. Survivors include five sisters, Virginia Soto, Jesusa Gomez, Maria Corona, and Juana Gomez, all of New Braunfels, and Rose Fuentes of San Marcos; three brothers, Abel Rodriguez and Santos Rodriguez, both of La Mesa, and Manuel Rodriguez of New Braunfels; and several nieces and nephews.Kenneth Clark Thomas Services for Kenneth Clark Thomas, 82, of Canyon Lake will be 2Service bigger, people are spreading out more — causing problems normally associated with big cities to be everywhere. “If the average person in this community knew the things that we see — it would scare them,” he said. “Comal County was also the first county in the state to have an 'ice' case,” Ybarra said. 'Ice' is a methamphetamine speed product that is smoked in a manner similar to 'crack' cocaine. “Mushrooms and LSD also are really making a comeback,” he said, referring to the hallucinogens. After serving as a reserve officer in 1983 and joining the Sheriff’s Department full-time in 1984, Ybarra sees the Customs Service as a career opportunity. “Customs is getting a good one,” said Sheriff Jack Bremer, a former U.S. Customs official. Ybarra says that the Sheriff's office has taken a lot of the knowledge he gained while serving with the Alamo Area Narcotics Task Force for two years and applied it to improving operations here. p.m. Saturday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Rev. Gordon Hightower officiating. Burial will be at 4 p.m. at Blanco City Cemetery in Blanco. Mr. Thomas died June 26,1991, at Kirkwood Manor. He was bom July 27, 1908, in Murfreesboro, Ark., to James Franklin and Mary Esther (nee Mobley) Thomas. He married Betty Jo Mote June 21, 1931, in Texarkana, Ark. He had lived at Canyon Lake for 26 years and was the mechanic-owner of Thomas Wheel Aligning & Brake Service of South San Antonio. He was a member of Canyon Lake First Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife of Canyon Lake; three daughters. Billie Stone and Peggy Wilson of Blanco and Anita Walker of Houston; two sisters, Nell Pate of San Antonio and Hattie Mae Metzger of Winfield, Ala.; nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. The family requests that memorials be made to Hospice New Braunfels, 180 W. Mill St., New Braunfels, Texas 78130.NBU ObituariesBankaccountophobia* Checklist ★ ★ Service charges, minimum balances, unlimited limits. It’s no wonder we have an outbreak of bankaccountophobia in our area. Citizens Bank can help. Ask yourself these questions, and see if your are in need of our special, hometown treatment. U there a “per item’’ charge on your “unlimited” checking account? lf you fall below a minimum blanance on one ar more days a month, do you pay a service charge - even when your daily average is $1500 or more? Do you have to maintain a $2,500 or greater collected balance in your account to be paid any interest'' Do you lose interest for the month if your account drops below the minimum balance'' Do you have more than one account to reconcile each month, such as, regular checking and money market'' lf you said yes to any one of these questions you could have a case of bankaccountophobia. At Citizens Bank, our Independence Money Market checking account offers the economy of a regular checking account, two ways to avoid any service charges and pays money market interest on the balance in your account. Call or come by Citizens Bank and talk to us about the independence Account. It comes complete with hometown bankers here for you today and tomorrow. * Bankaccountophobia (bangk-*- ‘ haunt-i-fo-bs-a) N. Anxiety and indecision felt when trying to choose a regular or interest bearing checking account. Most often found in customers of banks with too many different types of accounts, restrictions and rules. YES NO □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ □ Hours: Monday Thursday 9 OO « rn • 4 (JO p rn (same day credit) Friday 9 OO a rn 5 OO p rn Dnvc-Thrv Sank Monday Friday 7 OO a rn 6 00pm Saturday I OO a m I OO p in Member FDIC (Si“TWIST AND SHOUT”TO AN OLD FASHIONED SUMMER SIDEWALK New Braunfels Mill Store Plaza is the place to be for fun a'ld bargains on June 29-30. Our quality merchandise and famous name labels will be marked down to unbelievably low prices. “Twist and Shout" to an Old Fashioned Sidewalk Sale on Saturday, June 29 from: 9:00 a.m. ’til 9:00 p.m. with great sales, a live remote broadcast from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m., Sea World Blitz & Promo and The Revival Brothers Band playing music from the 50’s from 6:00-9:00 p.m. Sidewalk Sale continues on Sunday, June 30 from 9:00 a m. to 6:00 p.m. NEW BRAUNFELS Shopping Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sun. 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. OPEN JULY 4th 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. New Braunfele Mill Store Plaid I 36 Exit 188 • New Braunfels TX 78130 ;