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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 27, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Ze/fung New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, October 27,1987 [Weather Water Watch |Comal River..........................412    (up    5) Canyon Lake inflow................321    (down    3) Canyon Lake outflow................916 (same) Canyon Lake level.............901.26    (down    .51) Edwards Aquifer..............627.90    (down    .05) ‘The U.S. Corps of Engineers office at Canyon Oam is an official codec | tion point for recyclable aluminum cans donated to help save the Bat tleship Texas, a veteran of two World Wars that is now rusting away in dock. Take beverage cans to the corps office between I a.m. and 4:30 p.rn Monday through Friday. For more information, call 1-800-64-TEXAS. Forecast SOUTH TEXAS: Mostly clear and cool tonight. Lows 50s except 60s coast. Mostly sunny Wednesday. Highs Wednesday 70s to lower 80s. Port Arthur to Port O’Connor - A small craft advisory is in effect. Tonight and Wednesday north wind 15 to 20 knots. Seas 4 to 6 feet near shore. 6 to 8 feet offshore. Port O’Connor to Baffin Bay - A small craft advisory is in effect. Tonight and Wednesday north to northeast wind 15 to 20 knots. Seas 4 to 6 feet near shore, 6 to 8 feet offshore. WEST TEXAS: Fair and mild with isolated thunderstorms far west through Wednesday. Lows tonight lower 40s north to upper 40s south except near 60 Big Bend lowlands. Highs Wednesday near 70 north to upper 70s south and low 80s far west, low 90s Big Bend. NORTH TEXAS: Clear and very cool tonight with lows in the 40s Mostly sunny on Wednesday with highs from the upper 60s to the mid 70s. Extended Forecast Thursday-Saturday SOUTH TEXAS: Partly cloudy skies with mild days and cool nights Thursday and Friday. Increasing clouds and warmer Saturday with a chance of showers, mainly north Highs Thursday and Friday 80s Morning lows 50s Thursday with 40s Hill Country-, warming to 60s north and 70s south by Saturday Highs Saturday 80s north. 90s inland south WEST TEXAS: Widely scattered showers Friday and Satur-day, otherwise fair. Temperatures near or slightly above seasonal normals Panhandle and South Plains: Highs upper 60s to mid-70s, lows low to mid-40s. Permian Basin: Highs mid-70s, lows near 50. Concho Valley: Highs mid-70s, lows lower to mid-50s. Far west: Highs mid-70s, lows upper 40s. Big Bend region: Highs mid- to upper 60s mountains and mid- to upper 70s along the Rio Grande, lows lower to mid-40s mountains and lower to mid-50s lowlands NORTH TEXAS: Increasing cloudiness Thursday and Friday. Cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms Saturday Highs mid-70s to low 80s, lows 50s Texas Weather A ridge of high pressure brought drier, relatively cooler air and clear skies to most of Texas today. And forecasters say the weather will stay that way across the state through Wednesday although there is a slight chance of isolated thunderstorms across extreme West Texas through tonight. Lows tonight be mostly in the the 50s and 60s. ranging from the 40s in West Texas and North Texas to the upper 60s along the coast. Highs Wednesday will be mostly in the 70s and 80s Early morning temperatures were mostly in the 50s and 60s. ranging from the 40s to the 50s in West Texas to the 70s in the coastal bend and extreme South Texas Extremes ranged from 45 at Amarillo to 76 at Corpus Christi Other early morning temperatures around the state in eluded 49 at Wichita Fails. 56 at Fort Worth, 53 at Waco. 63 at Austin. 60 at San Antonio and Houston. 75 at Brownsville 47 at San Angelo. 51 at Lubbock. 53 at Midland and 49 at El Paso Public Records Colts in Action plan Halloween dance Arraignments Precinct I Justice of the Peace Judge Harold Krueger David Whitley, theft over $750 under $20 OOO $2.5oubond Michael George Lahood motion to revoke probation-burglary of habita lion. $7.500bond BentonSifford. DWL $1.000bond Precinct 2 Judge R C Blanchard Luther Albert Stidham DWLS. $300 bond James Edward Gruneweid motion to revoke probation-possession of a controled substance, no bond set Gary E G Donald, motion to revoke probation-DW I. $1,000 bond Jesse Gonzalez. Jr ; burglary of non habitation $2o.ooobond Eugene Howard Pruski, Jr., forgery by passing. $5,OOO bond William Martinez; two counts New Braunfels Middle School’s Colts in Action organization and the school’s parent-teacher association are sponsoring a Haloween dance from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Oct. 31 in New Braunfels High School gymnasium. The dance is for members of the Colts in Action, a group of students who encourage drug free social activities and lifestyles for teens The club has more than 610 members out of a total enrollment of 1.080. A variety of activities are planned. including entertainment by Brent Green. Austin disk jockey, also a supporter of programs to fight drug and alcohol abuse There will be a pumpkin carving contest and entries will be accepted at the high school gym between 4:30 and 5 p m. on the day of the dance There w ill also be door prizes and Little spooks prizes for various costume categories All prizes and funds for the event have been donated by the follow ing merchants and individuals: Rob M. Eversberg. Downtown Rotary Club. Breakfast Lions Club. The Picture Show. Beauty Supply, Heavenly Delights. The Silver Tree. Jim’s Video, Kentucky Fried Chicken. The Gold Bow. Das Toymaker, Comal Bowl. Walnut 6, Dairy Queen, Popeye s Fried Chicken. Naeglin’s Bakerv, Mr. Gatti's Pizza. Jack In The Box, Pizza Hut. TOBY (The Country’s Best Yogurt ) store, Front Row Yiedo and The Hair Place Chairman for the event is Marsha Kiesling Her committee comprised Alice Caffev, Freddee Carr. Vol Fischer. Marsha Orr and Suzanne Rogers, as well as many parents who are volunteering their time Marsha Kiesling is tin1 adult spon sor for Colts in Action Lamar School kindergartners count the days until the Lamar Elementary PT A s Halloween Carn vat to he held Saturday the forgery by passing bonds totaling $7,000 Refugio Martinez affadavit of surety to surrender for criminal trespass 11,OOO bond Garbage_ big day J-7 p m Schumacher (back show Clark off some o* at the s« Jesse Madtr the carnival hot Adam Continued from Page I Council Sept 14 approved new col lection rates targeted at increasing revenues $30.000 among the city s 1,000 commercial accounts Lpon passage the city began adhering to the ordinance pertaining to billing of apartment units individually metered A contingent of apartment managers was preparing to address council Monday but after speaking with Michie Monday afternoon, decided to forestall any discussions with council pending its meeting today Property managers throughout town had threatened to remove their city owned refuse containers and seek private service which could have resulted in the loss of thousands of dollars in revenues for the city Others have threatened legal action against the city if a compromise is not reached Michie said the apartment managers have some valid concerns that will be addressed It is certain Iv more efficient for us to pick gar bage up out of a dumpster than mak mg 150 stops or so," he said ‘ I think there are some tradeoffs with real costs And certainly the city ought to be adequately compensated for volume They do have a point in that while they do have dumpsters we don t have to s)h*iu1 as much time there he said adding that sui ti matters will ta* considered during the meeting Stammtisch_ Continued from    I more baby cows ii««*s ewes tiorses etc from the mommy and daddy animals you already have Mike is a member of the society tor Thenogenology Among the revelers and ghouls attending the Oct 31 Colts in Action Halloween Dance in New Braunfe s High $ hod gyn nasium will be from left Bobby Tin Man Garza Br Itta Tinker Belli Whitfield Kimber (The Devil- Street-, anc* Kristy The Witch! McDougaid (NBISDphotc Tiny planet named TOLEDO ohio AP F irst it was 1982 BTI then it became minor planet 2954 Now Bm-minor planet or asteroid bears the name of Dr Armand Delsemme a I nnersity of Toledo professor of astrophysu s ' Delsemme is one of thousands of objects in the solar sy stem ranging in size from lo to I mw miles m diameter It is seen as a pinpoint of light One can guess its size by its brightness Delsemme said It is doser to lo miles m diameter but it is difficult to say he said The minor planet was discovered by Dr Edward Bowel! an astronomer who ^p«-v lali/es in minor planets on Jan to hue: while making observations at the lx»weli < >hset valor) near Flagstaff Aru It was named after Delsemme by the International \stronomicai I mon I XI an organization of astronomers from Japan the Soviet I mon the t mind states and ho or more other countries I rider rules of the I XI an astronomer who discovers a minor i of naming It observed in I after one cor the sun I k* identified in IHM* In recent years Hie nam* minor planets have t<een t on recognition for one s scientific work lh* In** mm* said \ minor planet rather than a comet was named after inlets are Safe Continue*! from Page I and great expectations and the sooner we can get mcor^Mir ated as a non profit agency the ladler I would like lo stress that the commission is intended lo f** a volunteer organization and referrence to the envision at the volunteer who is go tremendous amount d adding that in the Southlake Baptist Church has some new hours Bible study is now at 9 IO a rn on those days wtien Blere is the class The pastor is til* Rev I lean N Llovd looMllIiator we men! would tie mg to I** doing of work tie si future tin* commission may u* able to obtain a paid i mo rd t na tor Itw commissions by taws define the organization s purpose as adv is mg tile city council on matters per taming to the redo* turn of crime and to a vs I st tlw New Braunfels Robie Department and other law enforce merit agencies 111 sui <. »*vsfully redm mg crime rn Bm* lily of New Braunfels through Bn generation of citizen support recommendation tor Ba development of and parti! tpalKMi rn effective community crime prevention progr ains New SchoolObituariesGustafson funeral today in Nebraska Services for Connie Lynn Gustaf son. a 40-year-old New Braunfels accountant killed in a plane crash Friday, were held today in Hooper, Neb at the Elim Lutheran Church Burial w as in Elim Lutheran Cemetery Gustafson was pronounced dead Friday at a crash site five miles east of Cherokee Also killed in the accident was James Mack Mangum 38. of New Braunfels The victims were returning from a business trip to Lubbock when the accident occurred San Saba County Justice of the Peace Harvy Reeves said the plane had hit the ground and tried to go airborne when it slammed into a tree. San Saba County Sheriff Billy Williams reported rough weather in the area at the time of the crash He said the plane appeared to be as much as 50 miles off course. Gustafson was born April 7, 1947, in Oakland, Neb She is survived by her husband. Darwin Gustafson of New Braunfels mother and step father, Doris and John Nelson of Craig, Neb , one daughter, Dawn Lynn Gustafson of New Braunfels; son, Darrin Lee Gustafson of New Braunfels, maternal grandmother, Cella Egbers of Hooper, Neb,: two brothers, Rodney Wagner of Lincoln. Neb and Danny Nelson of Craig NebEdith Frost Edith Frost 86 of Route 4 Box 2043 in Bulverde died Get 25 at Oak Crest Inn. Services were at IO a rn Tuesday at St Paul Lutheran Church in Bulverde with the Rev Ray Kramer officiating Burial was in St Paul Lutheran Cemetery in Bulverde Frost was bom Jan 2, 1901. in San Antonio to Adolph and Outlie nee SpechD Goldbeck She married Erich M Frost on April 2o. 1927 in San Antonio Frost was a Bulverde resident for 36 years She was a homemaker and a member of St Paul Lutheran Church in Bulverde Survivors include one daughter, Ruth Lytle of Bulverde, and two grandchildren Pallbearers were Allen M Angelus, Clarence Schoiz, Roland Anderson, Robert Carlson, Harold Fischer and J aroid Lytle Memorials may be made to St Paul Lutheran Church in BulverdeRudy Weiss Rudy Weiss, 78, of Kerrville died Get 25 at Sid Peterson Memorial Hospital in Kerrville A memorial service was to be at 3 p m Tuesday at the First Presbyterian Church with the Rev David Stringer of floating assisted hy Dr Richard Ryan A lifetime Kerrville resident Weiss was born Nov 24 1906 in Kerr Ville He married Florence specked in Kerrville on Aug 14 1937 He was a retired public health engineer with the Texas Public Health Department and was a member of St Peter s Episcopal Church in Kerrville He also was a member of the Kerrville Rotary Club and was president of the Glen Rest Cemetery Association He was a member of the Kerrville Telephone Company Board of Dire* tors Weiss was the Kerrville city manager from 1954 to i960 He was a state-certified professioneer engineer Weiss graduated from the University of Texas in 1932 and from Harvard University in 1940 He was past president of the Border Board of Public Health Survivors include his wife. Florence Weiss of Kerrville one daughter. Flora Bess "Flo" Pachar zina of New Braunfels, three grand children and two greatgrandchildren Memorials may be made to the Glen Rest Cemetery Association, care of Charles Schreiner State Bank in Kerrville, 78028. Services are under the direction of Grimes Funeral Chapel in Kerrville Comal Independant School District officials decked the lawn of the new Canyon Middle School red white and blue in dedication ceremonies held Sunday afternoon Hundreds attended the open-house dedication of the county's most modern learning facility Plann ing by CISD officials over three years resulted in a functional and practical campus designed to house 800 students Voters approved construction and financing of the new school in a 1985 bond election (Photo by Deryl Clark) ;