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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 8, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 Herakf-Ze/fung, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, March 8, 1991 Weather Water Comal River.................... Canyon Lake inflow...... Canyon Lake outflow.... Canyon Lake level......... Edwards Aquifer............ Watch ................266    cfs (same) ...................235    (down 5) .......................574 (same) 907.73 (down .05) 624.56 (down .03) Forecasts SOUTH TEXAS - Fair skies tonight. Sunny and breezy Saturday. Cool through the period. Highs Saturday in the 60s except low to mid 70s Rio Grande Valley. Lows tonight in the mid to upper 30s Hill Country to the 40s mid sections and near 50 lower valley and at the coast. NORTH TEXAS - Mostly clear and cool tonight. Sunny and Mild saturday. Highs Saturday 62 to 67. Lows tonight 35 to 42. WEST TEXAS - Fair tonight. Mostly sunny Saturday. Lows tonight lower 20s northwest Panhandle to mid 30s Concho Valley and far west except upper 30s lowlands of the Big Bend. Highs Saturday near 60 Panhandle to lower 70s far west except upper 80s Big Bend. _ Extended forecasts Sunday-Tuesday SOUTH TEXAS — Hill Country and south central Texas, partly cloudy Sunday. Mostly cloudy Monday and Tuesday with a chance of showers. Low Sunday 30s Hill Country to near 40 south central Texas. Low Monday and Tuesday in the 50s. High Sunday near 70 and in the 70s Monday and Tuesday. Texas Coastal Bend, partly cloudy Sunday. Mostly cloudy Monday and Tuesday with a chance of showers. Low Sunday near 50 immediate coast to the 40s inland. Low Monday near 60 coast to 50s inland and in the 60s Tuesday. High Sunday in the 70s. High Monday 70s coast to near 80 inland. High Tuesday 70s coast to 80s inland. Real estate class begins Monday A 30-hour class in Real Estate Principles will be offered March 11-April IO. Registration continues for the class, which will be held at 6 p.m. in Room A-12 of New Braunfels High School. Tuition for the class is $75 and the textbook is $27.01. Taught by Bernie Boamet, the classes will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays. Topics include the License Act, ethics, real estate mathematics, brokerage, forms and contracts, appraisal, finance and equal housing. This course, offered through New Braunfels ISD Community Education, fulfills the Texas License Act which requires the completion of a “Principles of Real Estate” course before applying for a real estate license. For more information, call Boamet at 629-5700. Jail Continued from Pag* 1 officials met in mediation last week at the Federal Courthouse in San Antonio to iron out some conflicts. A settlement now is pending. “They’ve got a tentative agreement to settle most of the issues, if not all of them,” Casteel said. Casteel said the monies set aside Thursday will be used to make some minor corrections in the jail and allow the attorneys to finalize the settlement. “That will probably take care of it,” she said. “It looks real good." Births Out of town Mr and Mrs. Roger Scow Jr. of Lubbock; 6-pound 13-ounce boy and 5-pound boy; Feb. 22 in Lubbock. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ro ben Smidt of Federal Way, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Scow Sr. of New Braunfels. Adrian and Mary Farias of Houston; 7-pound 10-ounce girl; March I in Houston. Grandparents are Eliasar and Barbara Farias of New Braunfels, and Mr. and Mrs. Travis Ropers of Plantation, Texas. Great-grandmother is Mrs. Guadalupe Farias of New Braunfels. Obituaries Hedwig Koepp Services for Hedwig Koepp of New Braunfels will be at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Burial will be at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery. A rosary will be recited tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Zoeller Funeral Home. Mrs. Koepp, 85, died March 7, 1991, at Colonial Manor Care Center. The daughter of Rudolph and Mane (nee Fnesenhahn) Schrader, she was bom Oct. 3.1905, in Comal County. A lifelong resident of the city, she married Charlie W. Koepp Aug. 23, 1930. Mr. Koepp died in 1962. Mrs. Koepp had been a housewife and a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. She is survived by three daughters and sons-in-law, Marilyn and Oihmar Hartmann and Lome and Gus Sue 11 Jr, all of New Braunfels, and Lithe and Carol Hartwick of Dickinson; a son and daughter-in-law, Leroy and Helen Koepp of New Braunfels; a brother, Hugo Schrader of Houston; 14 grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren. Colette S. Laue Services for Colette Sheridan Laue of New Braunfels will be at IO a.m. Stammtisch- Continued from Pag* 1 will be asked to survey within a half mile diameter around each well. Volunteers of all ages and backgrounds are needed for this project. There will be two volunteer training sessions next Wednesday, at 9 arn and another at 5:30 p.m. (volunteers need only attend one session). The training will be in Conference Rooms A and B of the city’s Municipal Building at 424 S. Casten. Call for health Info McKenna Memorial Hospital is sponsoring a KGNB (AM 1420) Saturday morning call-in radio show titled "To Your Health.” This week’s show is with Dr. Michael Tilly, “Blood Vessel (vascular) Surgery." Others are: March 16, Dr. Gary Barr, “Dental Implants;’’ March 23, Dr. John Whitecap “Breast Cancer,” and March 30. Dr. John Whitecar, “Colon Cancer." The show is from 8 to 8:30 a.m. MDA benefit One of South Louisiana’s bestloved female country vocalists, Tim Williams will be featured at a Muscular Dystrophy Association benefit tonight at Canyon Drive-In, 421 E. Torrey, from 6:30 p m. to midnight. Admission to the evening is free, money for MDA will be raised through silent and live auctions, with Bill Mayo as autionecr. Some of the deflated auctions items are a picnic lunch in the back of a chauffeured Rolls Roy ce, weekends in Port Aransas, two days in Naples, Fla., raft trips and food SAFE plans candidate endorsements By STEPHANI^ERGUSON N*w* Editor Directors of a local group fighting Lafarge and Systech corporations because of their plans to bum hazardous waste have voted to endorse candidates running in local May 4 elections. “We’re IOO percent behind endorsements,” said David Wallace, president of Securing a Future Environment. “We will endorse the best candidate for the position.” Wallace made the announcement this morning and said the directors of SAFE will begin contacting candidates running for positions on the New Braunfels City Council and Comal Independent School District Board of Trustees. “Let’s be fair and give everybody a chance,” he said. Currently, City Council Member Eddie Temple has filed for reelection to District 4. Local school teacher Susan Curtis has filed to run against Temple. Mayor Amo Becker representing District 3 has announced he will not seek reelection. In the CISD school board election, President Lee Beets and board member Tom Potter have filed for reelection. Two more slots on that board are open. All candidates will be asked to provide detailed information on what actions and positions they will take in regards to the Lafarge/Systech permit application if elected, Wallace said. All candidates will be asked to submit their statement to SAFE by March 22. Wallace said the SAFE membership has authorized the board of directors to endorse a candidate in each election based solely on the strength of their position on the Lafarge/ Systech application and opposition thereof. Indictments Monday al Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church with Father Eugene (^’Callaghan officiating. Burial will be ai Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery. A wake service will be held Sunday at 7 p.m. at Doeppensc-hmidt Funeral Home. Mrs. Laue, 78, died March 7, 1991, at Kirkwood Manor. The daughter of John and Elizabeth (nee McVeigh) Sheridan, she was bom Feb. 23, 1913, in Chicago, 111. Her husband, Herman Laue, died Sept. 25,1965. A 40-ycar resident of the city, Mrs. Laue had been a homemaker and a member of Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church and the G rue ne Extension Homemakers Club. She is survived by three daughters and sons-in-law. Veronica and Lewis Sarkozi of New Braunfels, Elizabeth and Charles Smith of Portland, Ore., and Dr. Margaret and Dr. Kent Merry-field of Long Beach, Califs two brothers, Joseph Sheridan and Edward Sheridan, both of Chicago, 111.; eight grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Visitation will be from 5 p.m. today until 8:45 am. Monday ai Docp-penschmidt Funeral Home. Memorials may be given to the Saints Peter and Paul School Fund. Richardson Chiropractic Clinic 629-4488 Walnut at Hwy. 81 Most Insurance Accepted Humane Society of New Braunfels animal shelter manager Cheryl Pillar and her son David thank HEB Unit Manager Ray Parker for the $2,000 needed in the shelter’s expansion. (Photo by Erik Karlsson) HEB bails shelter out of trap By KATHRYN SCHOEMER Staff Writer For the last few years, the Humane Society of New Braunfels has been planning to expand its animal shelter. Those plans were delayed when the society discovered approximately $2,000 was needed for a grease trap, which was required by New Braunfels Utilities’ criteria. “It was $2,000 of unbudgeted money because we didn’t know about it,” said Shelter Manager Cheryl Pillar. But Pillar received an unexpected answer to her dilemma Wednesday when Ray Parker, unit director for HEB Food Stores, told her that HEB would donate the money to buy the grease trap. “I was totally elated and walked on cloud nine all day," Pillar said. “We want to see our community taken care of (with the) animal refuge,” Parker said of the reasons behind the donation. Pillar said NBU has enforced strict requirements on businesses near the Kuehlcr Road North Wastewater Treatment Plant because they don’t want water contaminated in the new plant. “They’re concerned with the animal hair and food that could go into the system,” she said. When employees wash the kennels in the morning, all the debris goes down the drainage area, she said. The grease trap would act like a “modified septic tank” where debris would float to the bottom of the grease trap instead of infiltrating into the treatment center’s water, she said. The shelter is expected to have the addition completed by August 1992, Continued from Pogo I •Patrick Rasmussen, 21, 140 block of Ruckle Road, delivery of a controlled substance, marijuana. •Ross Harris, 49, 120 block of Kelly Lane, two counts of delivery of a controlled substance, cocaine. •Georgiana Weber, 37, 500 block of Casten Avenue, delivery of a controlled substance, cocaine. •Edwin Adkins, 29, San Antonio, delivery of a controlled substance, methamphetamine. •Darcey Garland, 23, 300 block of Austin Street, delivery of a controlled substance, hashish. •Charles Crowley, 32,400 block of Wright Avenue, delivery of a controlled substance, methamphetamine. •Ernesto Garza, 39, 200 block of Bergfeld Avenue, delivery of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, two counts of delivery of a controlled substance, marijuana. Also indicted Wednesday in separate cases were: •Juan Estrada, 38, Canyon Lake, possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine. •Paul Estrada, 36, Canyon Lake, possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine and possession of an illegal weapon. •Valdemar Benavidez, 27, Route 6, possession of a controlled substance, cocaine. •Bobby Scott Jr., 38, Bellaire, possession of a controlled substance, cocaine. •Robert Mall, 33, Kerrville, possession of a controlled substance, marijuana. •David Carrillo, 36, 300 block of San Antonio Street, possession of a controlled substance, cocaine. •Roberto Andrade, 27,300 block of Zipp Lane, possession of a conn oiled substance, cocaine. •Fidel Rivera Jr., 25, 1400 block of Jackson Street, possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine. •Carlos Munoz, 28, 500 block of Rusch Lane, possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine. •Troy Adamson, 25, Canyon Lake, failure to appear. •Jose Romas, 34, Seguin, Texas Employment fraud. •Rene Gomez, 31, 150 block of Hampe Street, forgery by passing. •Alfredo Vasquez, 41, San Marcos, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and criminal mischief. •Raul Reyes Jr., 36, San Antonio, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. •Ramon Gonzalez, 21,800 block of North Union Street, criminal mischief. •Carlos Gonzalez, 24, 800 block of North Union Street, criminal mischief. •Raymond Aleman, 35, 150 block of West Nacogdoches Street, theft over $750. •Mike Sanchez, 39, 1600 block of West Cross Street, theft over $750. •Tomas Acevedo, 58, 200 block of East Camp Street, theft over $20,000. •Jose Cortez, 28, San Antonio, engaging in organized crime. •James Bowen, 25, San Antonio, engaging in organized crime. •Mike Saggcse, 29, San Antonio, engaging in organized crime. •Anthony Martinez, 34, San Antonio, engaging in organized crime. •William Sullivan, 59, San Antonio, engaging in organized crime. •Eugene Troutman, 39, San Antonio, engaging in organized crime. •Anthony Garza, 35, San Antonio, engaging in organized crime. •Corinne Schlueder, 27, Bulverde, theft over $750. •Andera Gonzales, 20, 1300 block of Hoffman Lane, theft over $750. •Olga Munceballez, 46,1400 block of West San Antonio Street, welfare fraud. •Sandra Reddish, 24, Spring Branch, welfare fraud. •Rafael Barraza, 45, HOO block of West Bridge Street, injury to a child. but Pillar said she believes it will be finished in about three months. NBU owns the property and allows tenants to renew their lease if they improve the property by at least $35,000. Currently, the society is constructing another 1,000 square feet of building space and 18 dog runs to house animals longer before they arc euthanized. Animals will use the dog runs as an adoption area. Pillar said. The shelter expansion will include an isolation room for cats that also will serve as an adoption area. In addition to the adoption areas, the shelter will build a new reception area and room to be used for board meetings and educational purposes. 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