New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 13, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
Page 2 HerakJZWtung, Now Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, November 13 1991
Comal River..............................219 cfs (down .03)
Edwards Aquifer........................623.71 (down .01)
Canyon Lake outflow.....................313 cfs (same)
Canyon Lake Inflow...................158 cfs (down 5)
Canyon Lake level 902.13 feet (down .04)
The State hi West Texas, patches of light
A disturbance moving north- rain dampened areas of the Concho
ward out of Mexico is expected to Valley. Edwards Plateau and Pcr-
produce showers across most of m,an Basm „Fo* was
the state tonight and showers and most of lhe «* casl of lhe
thunderstorms on Thursday. mountains.
Some of the heaviest rainfall is Early morning temperatures
expected in Southwest Texas, were in the 30s in the Panhandle
Most of the activity in North Texas and in the 50s over the rest of West
will be confined to western areas Texas, the 40s and 50s in North
tonight, but it will spread across Texas and in the 50s and 60s in
the entire area Thursday. South Texas. Extremes ranged
It will continue to be warm from 38 at Dalhart to 63 at Laredo. statewide Other early morning tempcra-
Lows tonight will be in the 40s lurcs around the state included 46
in the Panhandle and mountains at Amarillo, 50 at Wichita Falls, 49
and in the 50s over the rest of West 31 F°n w°nh, at Waco, 55 at
Texas, in the 50s across North Austin, 56 at San Antonio, 49 at
Texas and in the 50s and 60s over Houston, 58 at Corpus Christi, 59
most of South Texas, ranging a* Brownsville, 50 at San Angelo
upward into the lower 70s in and Lubbock, 49 at Midland and
extreme South Texas. 50 at El Paso.
Highs Thursday will be in the 60s in West Texas and in the 70s SOUTH TEXAS — A chance of
elsewhere. rain west and central tonight. A
Some light rain was reported chance of showers or thunder-
early today in northwestern por- storms over much of the arca
dons of South Texas, mainly from Thursday. Slowly warming temp-
west of Junction to near Llano, eratures. Lows tonight in the 50s to
Some light rain was also reported near 60 north...In the 60s to near 70
between Stephenville, Abilene and south. Highs Thursday in the 70s
Brownwood. north to the 80s south.
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is Dec. IS, she said, adding that she already had received two unsolicited resumes and several phone calls about the opening.
Kosub originally suggested that the panel be given the authority to interview and weed out the less-qualified candidates and make finalist recommendations to the council. But Minikin and Switzer objected, saying that while they would appreciate the panel's input, they thought the council should retain the right to review each candidate personally. The rest of the council members agreed with them on the issue.
The city attorney also recommended the need for thorough background checks on the finalists, despite that fact they will be state-licensed peace officers.
“I think it will be very important, particularly for this position, for the council to ensure a thorough background investigation on any individuals that you seriously consider,’* Kosub said. “You just don't know what another city is going to be passing on to you."
Albracht questioned whether a police chief really was needed for the force, which normally has three fulltime officers including a chief. Minikin responded that there needed to be someone in a supervisory position, whatever the title.
Currently, W*erstreet and the ranking officer, Sgt. Larry Swain, are sharing the administrative duties normally handled by a chief, Water street said. No interim chief has been appointed.
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In other business, the council met in a brief executive session with representatives of the Texas Municipal League to discuss a legal claim against the city recently filed by Carroll Compton, a Canyon Lake-area resident who alleges he was arrested for speeding by Swain and jailed on July 15 in violation of state law.
The council met privately for about 45 minutes, but took no formal aa ion afterward in open session.
After the meeting, Klekar described the visit by two TML insurance representatives as a "courtesy call” to discos the legal situation.
Services for Agnes V. Schwab, 79, of Ogden, Utah will be IO a.m. Thursday at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church with the Rev. Eugene O'Callaghan officiating. Burial will follow in Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church.
A reception will follow at the Faust Hotel.
Mrs. SchwabAiied Nov. 9, 1991 in Ogden, Utah. She was bom April 3, 1912 in Guadalupe County to August F. and Augusta A. (nee Dramberger) Roemisch. She married Nov. 28,1931 in New Braunfels to Max C. Schwab, who died Nov. 26,1983.
She was a homemaker and the seamstress operator of her own dressmaking and alterations business. She was a member of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, choir member in the Schubert Liederkrantz and St. Ann’s Christian Mothers Society.
Survivors include a daughter, Virginia L. Parking of Temecula, Calif.; a son, Curtis A. Schwab of Ogden, Utah; Elizabeth Brown of Seguin; nine grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren.
She was preceded in death by an infant daughter, her parents, a brother, a sister and two nephews.
Memorials may be made to Alzheimer’s research.
Mamie Evelyn Brown
Services for Mamie Evelyn Mox-om Brown, 80, of New Braunfels will be 3:30 p.m. Thursday at Zocller Funeral Home.
She died Nov. 12,1991, at her residence. She was bom Oct. 21,1911, in Kansas City, Mo., to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moxom.
She married Thomas Erwin Brown on Sept. 26,1931 in Boise City, Okla.
Mrs. Brown, a school secretary, lived in Irving and Freer before moving to New Braunfels in 1983.
Survivors are: husband, Tom Brown of New Braunfels; daughter, Len E. Reeve of New Braunfels; sons. Tommy Joe Brown and wife Charlotte of California; and five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.
Pallbearers will be Rocky and Robin Sprucll, Dec Lawler, Vanessa
Kantrud and Donna Merghart.
Memorials may be made to Hospice New Braunfels.
Lydia Elds Ellis
Services for Lydia Elda Ellis, 63, of Canyon Lake will be 11 a jti. Friday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake, with the Rev. Brice Cox of Canyon Lake officiating. Cremation will follow.
She died Nov. 11, 1991, at Brooke Army Medical Center. She was bom May 27, 1928, in Baltimore, Md., to Thomas E* and Jessie (nee Winkoop) Davis. She married George L. Ellis on Aug. 2,1960, in Memphis, Term.
Mrs. Ellis, a long-time Canyon Lake resident who returned two years ago from Gulf Breeze, Fla., was a homemaker and a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars in Charleston, S.C. She was a member of the Episcopal faith.
Survivors are: husband, George L. Ellis of Canyon Lake; daughters, Cor-azon McClellan of Fort Jackson, S.C., and Carolyn Boshears of Cincinnati, Ohio; sons, David E. Long of Canyon Lake and Paul Long of Schertz; stepson, Phillip Hlllis of Egland Air Force Base, Fla.; and 12 grandchildren and IO great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Bennie Cecil Long on Oct. 24,1991.
Visitation will be at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake from IO a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday.
Alex H. El bel
Services for Alex H. Elbel, 93, of Spring Branch will be 2 p.m. Thursday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home, with the Rev. Peter Olsen officiating. Burial will follow at the Beierle-Elbel Cemtery on the Beierle Ranch in Spring Branch.
Mr. Elbel died Nov. 12,1991, at his residence. He was bom Oct. 9, 1898, in Comal County to Albert and Louise (nee Wehe) Elbel.
He married Olga Sitz on Oct. 26, 1922, in Falls County, Texas.
Mr. Elbel was a retired rancher and a member of First Protestant United Church of Christ. He was a member of the Germania Farmer Verein at Anhalt and a life member of Optimist International at Bulverde. Mr. Elbel
also belonged to the Cattle Raisers Association and was one of the founders of the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative.
Survivors are: wife, Olga Elbel of Spring Branch; sons, Roy Elbel and wife Irene of Spring Branch and Oscar Elbel and wife Doris of Pleasanton; and five grandchildren and IO great-grandchildren.
Visitation continues until service time on Thursday. Memorials may be given to the charity of one’s choice.
Roy D. Thompson
Roy D. Thompson of Saskatchewan, Canada, formerly of New Braunfels, died in Saskatchewan on Nov. 7,1991, at the age of 50.
Mr. Thompson was bom Oct. 2, 1941, in Brady, Texas, to Thornton and Betty Armistead Thompson. He graduated from New Braunfels High School, attended Texas AAM and graduated from Southwest Texas. He worked for the Canadian government as an agrologist.
Survivors are: son, Jeffrey Thompson and wife Shirley; daughter, Shelley and husband Kelly Klassen; granddaughters, Kristie and Mistie Klassen of New Braunfels; sisters, Evelyn Hunsberger of New Braunfels and Paulette Carley of Cibolo; and brothers, Ouy Thompson of Seguin and WH. “Bill” Thompson of New Braunfels.
Memorial services were last week in Canada. A local memorial service will be 2 p.m. Thursday at Rock Hill Gospel Church, with the Rev. Ed Collins officiating. Memorials may be given to Rock Hill Oospel Church.
Zoeller Funeral Home handled local arrangements.
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recall certain council members means the committee “could be wasting a lot of time."
Committee member Shere Stratemann responded that the committee should not shut down because the meetings have been productive and educational. “I’ve learned something from this and I think every citizen should have this education some time."
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have been right now, because I’ve been second in command for five and a half years. Obviously that system is not working.”
Sandcrs-Castro said Tuesday, “I can understand Mr. Chapa's frustration, but certainly going to a separate at-large election for the mayoral position is not the answer."
Quoting U.S. Census figures, she said 35 percent of the New Braunfels population is Hispanic, while the total minority population is 37 percent.
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