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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 17, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas P«0«2 HeralcJ-ZMffunp New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, March 17,1987 Weather Police Report Winners Water Watch Comal River......................... 424 cfs (same) Canyon Lake inflow...............1,316 cfs (down 23) Canyon Lake outflow................. 1,070 cfs (up 20) Canyon Lake level....................911.29 (up .04) Edwards Aquifer...................... 627.99 (same) Forecast SOUTH TEXAS:    Cloudy    with numerous showers and thunderstorms east diminishing tonight. Fair to partly cloudy skies Wednesday Highs Wednesday in the 70s except near Ho extreme south Lows tonight in the 40s north to the 50s south. Extended Forecast Wednesday through Friday SOUTH TEXAS: Wednesday, a Reject_ Continued from page I what they w anted to talk about ' The patrons didn't like it so we stopped that," he said New Braunfels ISO's board of trustees also rejected the public forum policy earlier this year NBISD patrons must notify the superintendent and submit a written chance of thundershowers southeast. Otherwise partly cloudy. Lows in the mid 40s Hill Country to the upper 50s extreme south and in the 50s elsewhere Highs in the 70s north to the 80s south Thursday, a slight chance of showers southeast Otherwise partly cloudy Lows in the 40s northwest and in the 50s elsewhere. Highs in the 70s except in the 80s extreme south Friday, mostly cloudy with a chance of thunderstorms most sections Lows in the 40s Hill Country to near 60 southwest and in the 50s elsewhere Highs in the 70s except in the 80s extreme south Wenzels^ Continued from Page I In 1984, Roy’s entry’ took first in the San Antonio Livestock Show. In 1986, he had the grand champion in the Illinois State Fair. Don followed his brother’s steps with a reserve championship in 1984, championship in the Texas A&M Show in 1985 and a grand championship in 1986. The two young men have also taken honors rn cutting horse and roping competitions. Susan, a 16-year-old student at Canyon High School, has won several honors including four showmanship buckels, a reserve championship and grand championship in the Guadalupe and Comal County fairs. Her most recent competition was rn the Houston Livestock Show. The next show for Susan and the Wenzel family will be the Comal County Junior Livestock Show starting Thursday. Swine judging will kick off the competition on Thursday at 5 p.m. Sheep, poultry’ and rabbit judging will be Friday at 8 a m. The cattle will be judged Friday starting at 1:30 p.m. The big day will be Saturday when the livestock auction will start at 1:30 p.m. request to address their school board NBISD trustees said they felt the public forum would prolong meetings and not contribute significantly to decision-making FISI) has a policy book in each principal's office in the district and in each campus library Tieken said the district tries to keep the policies accessible to the public (me of the newly adopted policies prohibits sexual harrassment of school district employees Another new policy changes the guidelines for an employee to follow while filing a grievance "It's been greatly simplified." Tieken said Under the new policy a teacher will go first to his or her principal, then to the superintendent and then if not satisfied, take the grievance to the school board Tieken said the most of the policy changes are based on recent court rulings — The burglary of a residence that occurred Sunday was reported to police Monday. Taken from the home located in the 1300 block of Stonewall Street were a VCR unit, a stereo and jewlery boxes containing costume jewlery. Value of the stolen items was listed as $970 — The burglary sometime last week of a residence located in the 600 block of Ashmore Street resulted in the theft of a one-gallon wine bottle containing $50 in change The incident was reported to police Monday. — The theft over the weekend of bicycle from the front porch area of a residence located in the 1400 block of Stonewall Street was reported Monday The bike, valued at $69, is described as white with red grips, red rims and a red seat — An undetermined amount of damage was done overnight Satur day to the interior and exterior of a house under construction in the 500 block of Denise Avenue The owner of a 1977 Datsun 280Z reported Monday the theft Sunday night of the car's hood, valued at $490, while the vehicle was parked in its driveway in the 500 block of Oakwood Street A church in the HK) block of South Santa Clara reported Monday the theft late last month a $495 ciborium The communion cup is described as sterling silver and 10-inches tall with a cap and cross A 30-year-oId Canyon Lake plumber reported Monday a check forged in the amount of $40 which w as passed Jan 7 A clerk at a hotel at 1005 S Interstate 35 was the victim of an alleg cd Class A assault with bodily injury early Sunday morning Police reports state the assailant used his or her hands to hit the woman at about 4 20 a rn Sunday — A 16 year old girl was the victim of an alleged Class C assault at Kids Family Restaurant on IM 35 utniut 12 10 a rn Sunday A burglary of a habitation and a Specht Continued from Page I preserving." Smith said Specht has been general manager of the river authority since 1973 He has worked for GBRA in executive capacities since 1965 Prior to that he was associated with the I S Forest Service in California for five years He is a registered proles sional forester in California Specht is currently a member of the Texas Water Conservation Association and is the Texas director and past president of the National VSater Resources Association Specht was given a Citizen Award for hi> contribu turns to water resource develop rnent in the western United States He is a graduate of Texas \&M University with a bachelor s of science degree in range and forestry Following his gradua Hon he served two years in the military Specht has served as a directoi of the Texas Industrial Develop ment Council, president of the Seguin kiwanis Club, senior warden of St John s Episcopal Church in New Braunfels and a director of Seguin Chamber of Commerce He is a recipient of the silver Beaver \ward for work with scouting He has t*een on the ex ecutive board of the Mama Area Council Bon scouts of AmericaObituaries Herbert Oscar Schwab Herbert Oscar Schwab, 76, of Rt. 3, Box 195B in Cibolo died March 14 at McKenna Memorial Hospital Services were at IO a m. Tuesday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Rev. Clifford Pankau officiating. Bunal was in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Schwab was bom Feb. 22, 1911, to Benjanun and Hulda (nee EngeL Schwab in Guadalupe County He married Lola A Burkhardt in Comal County on Nov. 9, 1932 He was a lifetime New Braunfels resident and was a farmer. Schwab was a Jehovah’s Witness. Survivors include his wife, Iwila A Schwab of Cibolo; one daughter, Alice Mae Schwab; one son, Melvin Schwab of New Braunfels; and two grandchildren. Pallbearers were Monroe Schwab, Walter Flugrath, Edgar Burkhardt, Dennis Zipp, Menan Hanz and Thomas McKenzie Harry Wiedenfeld Services for Harry Wiedenfeld of 888 W Bridge St. will be at IO a m. Wednesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev. Gordon Graham officiating. Burial will be in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Wiedenfeld, 64, died March 15 at Audie E. Murphy Memorial Veterans' Administration Hospital in San Antonio. Wiedenfeld was bom July 7, 1922, to Kurt and Adella (nee Hetzeli Wiedenfeld in Comfort He marned Edna Cook in New Braunfels on Dec 8,    1951    Wiedenfeld    was an automobile mechanic and was a veteran of the U.S. Navy. He served in World War ll Wiedenfeld was a life member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post No. 35 and was a member of the American legion. Woodmen of the World, Sons of Hermann and F O E Survivors include his wife, Edna Wiedenfeld of New Braunfels; mother, Adella Boss of San Antonio; father, Kurt Wiedenfeld of New Braunfels; one daughter. Karen lawrence of Arlington; one son, James Harry Wiedenfeld of Texas City; and three grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the .American Cancer Society. Military honors at graveside will be conducted by the VFW and tile American legion. James M. Young James M Young, 46, of 1205 Gardenia Drive in New Braunfels died March 15 at Village Oaks Regional Hospital in San Antonio He was born Dee 16, 1940, to Ixiuie and Iris (nee Cone* Young in Tampa, Fla He marned Bonnie L. Peterson in Homestead, Fla. on June 13, 1975 Young was a New Braunfels resident for six years and was a supervisor at General Portland Cement. Survivors include his wife, Bonnie L. Young of New Braunfels, mother, Iris C Young of Tampa. Fla. three daughters, Cynthia L Miller of Homestead. Fla . Kelley Ann Young of Tampa. Fla and Cheryl I. Stanton of San Antonio; one son, James Kevin Young of Tampa, Fla . one sister, LuAnna King of I^ike Placid, Fla.; one brother, Charles Young of Palatka, Fla ; and one grandchild ..GaryHenrSTANDS FOR Quality Environment + Job Opportunities The Balance We Need HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE MEDICATION STUDYBirths Out of town y and Stacey Guenther; n Lake; 9 pound, 7 ounce boy; sport Memorial Hospital; 116; paternal grandparents are id Mrs Don Guenther of New Individuals between the ages of 21 - 60 with mild to moderate high blood pressure are needed for a clinical study on a new medication.Participants will be paid. If interested, please call 625-7612. 705 Landa burglary of a motor vehicle was reported Sunday evening at a home in the 7(H) block of IH 35 E. Victims of the burglary reported a microwave oven and a Remington .22 rifle with a four power scope were taken bet ween 3 p m Friday and 6:30 p m Sunday. A 40-year-old man was the victim of an alleged assault with a baseball bat at a local bar Police reports indicate the man was taken to McKenna Memorial Hospital before 8:30 p m Sunday No arrests have been made Criminal mischief caused an estimated $600 damage at the Church of Christ at 1665 U S 81 W Sunday, according to police reports The front w indow shields of three church buses were reported broken out by vandals using rocks Left to right. Norbert Wenzel, son Roy daughter Susan wife Dorothy and son Don make winning a family affair at livestock shows and auctions. Susan will compete with her steer at this year s Comal County Youth Fair this weekend (Photo by Leslie Kriewaldt) Winning rabbits f .e Cedar Rock 4 h members , ar' ivestocK Show rabbit competition ut) has the only rabbit ludgmg ted" ■ rabbits were sheen in the 'a : iiidf J 14 left daughter ot Mr an nowed her Californian Jason Setd' :Ni?aSht*d was a member >t the iQ team His Senior Holland Lop a” Letbetter " laughter ' w* a’ * eived a best o* breed award Argent rabbit and tor her White Sa fOught home hrst , a e award* ’ P !a' i Mi iv Some > On a* I Doug as "Or udC ett etter impagne mer a so Sente right * a ti 4 ’ p*a ce J J ea*ar standi Corr a s a t f q f o V ani • Skinny Penny —--*Sui*'Coil Todau! . re. t n:    >    •' NEW BRAUNFELS625-7328 655 Landa VILLAGE SHOPPING CTR VOu al’ A HUK I OM Of I §At*C PROGRAMS OM IR M TO * i tNAOl I MIM* UNL » VOO UHL I Ak Ut MAIO ’ N j MASI V»§U IlfCUDVf Mf Milk HSM I Di$LOuH» A New Dress Size in 30-60 Days IF YOU MI WI JO YOU COULD It A WI It IF YOU RI WI ta you could ae a size i« if you Re wi it YOU could ai IF YOU Ut alit r* LAMM ST HULL TH A* atflHFOM Mi THC •OUTMWftST Spacial Coof aas for baglnnar a' Mother a/ GrandmothersCarmot Woman! 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