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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 12, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Deaths Andy Guilts Services for Andy Cafila of Kt 8. Brix 89, Sew Braunfels, will be at 2 pm F ririay a? Doepperi*chrriidt Funeral Horne with the Rev Al Hook of New Braunfels officiating Burial Ail! follow in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Bark Calli*. 75, died Sept IO at McKenna Memorial Hospital Calli* wa6, tx J rn Dec 31, 1W to Albert Wilson arid Georgia Irene Inee Holland i Calli* In Arkansan. He married Frieda /nee Muff et; Calli* in Prescott, Ariz or March C 1931 Calli'-, was a resident of Corial County for eight year*, lh- was a farmer and a member of New Braunfels Christian Church Survivors include his wife Frieda Calli* of New Braunfels; daughter* Naney Morns of New Braunfels and Shirley Arthur* of Bentonville, Ark son Bill Calli* of Bentonville, Ark sisters Glia douglas and Beulah Swank of Gravette, Ark Maggie Hawkins of I-aJunta, Colo. and Addle Bura of Flash, Ore; ll grandchildren arid IS great-grandchildren. Memorials may be given to the New Braunfels Christian CT; arch Albert Art Townsend Services will be at 2 p rn today at Zoefler Funeral Horne for Albert Art Townsend of 12# Hollyhock, New Braunfels The Be*/ Harold Zirkel will officiate Graveside services will be at ll a rn Friday at Sunset Memorial Gardens in r>dessa Townsend, 73, '•lied Sept IO at his home He was born April 12,1012 to Albert Arthur and Bertha ''nee Von Eliner ook Townsend in Golden, Colo. He married Louise (nee Phillips; Townsend Jan 20,    1935 in Arkadelphia, Ark Townsend lived in New Braunfels for three years He was the owner of Cardinal Chemical Co. and worked as a petroleum engineer He was a past president of Lions Club with memberships in Kingsland. Odessa and Kiudose, N M He was a veteran of World War II Survivors include his wife, Louise Townsend I'd New Braunfels; a daughter Carol Stahl of Albequerque, two sons, John Townsend of Permsicola, Fla. and Tom Townsend of Garland; four sisters, Alberta O’NieD and Sue fjddicoat, both of Colorado, and WilJa Monroe and I>eba Glandon, both of California; and five grandchildren CISD tax rate public hearing set tonight Comal LSD trustees will conduct a tax hearing tonight at Frazier Elementary School, beginning at 7 30 pm The school board took a record vote on the proposed ti .046 tax rate on Sept 3, and set formal approval for 7 p m on Sept 18 at Smithson Valley High School, followed by the board s regular meeting at 7:30 p m. Board President I>eroy Goodson, and trustees Carter Casteel, Tom Potter. Bill Hays, Lee rkels and Gay George voted on Sept. 3 for the ti .943 tax rate The proposal represents a 21-cent increase over CISD’s current rate of 82.7 cents per HOO valuation CISD Business Manager Abel Campos said the purpose of tonight’s heanng is to give the public an opportunity to voice comment* regarding the proposed tax rate.” No action will be taken at tonight’s heanng, but the board will reconvene afterwards to discuss the district’s building program. An executive session with the distnct’s architects could follow the building program discussion. However, if any action is taken, it will be done in open session. Coloring contest winners named Weather Texas Thunderstorms continued across mu'- of the northern I exas Panhandle early today and forecasters predicted precipitation would spread southward later J he storm.', followed heavy rains in excess of I-/ inches on Wednesday the National Weather .Service said Other thundershowers developed over the south plains coastal fiend lower Bio Grande valley and extreme northeast Skies elsewhere in the state were mostly cloudy, except for fair skies presisting along the lower Bio Grande arid southern portions of North I exas. Winds were southeast ai IO mph or less across most of Texas arid light and variable wind in the southwest arid southeast l/iw temperatures just before sunrise cooled to the 00s arid 70s statewide Extremes were 02 degrees at Amarillo to 78 degrees at both I .aredo and McAllen Also at 5 a rn , it was 71 at Waco, Midland arid Dallas fort Worth Airport; 72 at Abilene and Austin; 70 at Wichita halls and Stephenville; 75 at Brownsville arid Corpus Christi; and f>8 at El Paso and San Angelo Additionally, San Antonio had 73 degr ees arid it was 09 in Lubbock Scattered thunderstorms with partly to mostly cloudy skies were expecter! tonight in Northwest I exas, some possibly heavy l/iws tonight should be in the 80s and 70s with the upper 50s confined to the mountainous southwest Forecast North Texas:    Scattered thun derstorms mainly in the afternoons will occur over the entire area through Friday Mostly cloudy to partly cloudy skies will prevail with Inglis both days ranging from Hie mid 80s to near OO I/iws tonightHoroscope By Strlla Wilder THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 Born today, you are a determined strong willed individual Once you have made up your mind to do some thing, you do it. and there s nothing more to tie said You are highly principled and not just a little opinionated you are seldom if ever affected by the changing tides of public opinion - with which, in fact you are often at odds Passionate and outspoken, you can, at times fly off the handle at the most in opportune moments, you must learn to control your temper at certain moments Your naturally vital nature should bring you a great many admirers in your lifetime (cmmI friends, however may he few hut they will he intimate Your true friends are friends for life there is very little you can do or say to ever turn them against you Also born on this data ara Mau-nca Chevalier, actor; Jaaaa Owana, Olympic track atar. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 VIRGO( Aug 23-Sept. 22) - Keep to yourself early in the day, take stock of emotions, state of mind Today may present hazards around midday I.IBBS (Sept 23-Ort. 22) - Your uncanny knack for character judg ment may fail you later in the day -when, fortunately, it wont affect much SCORPIO (Ort. 23-Nov 21) » Focus on appearance and presentation, as intent and deeds will be overlooked in favor of overall impression today SAG ITT ARIOS (Nov. 22 Dec 21) -Sacrifices made today should result in a hefty reward in the days to come Do not hesitate to help another in need CAPRICORN (Dec 22 Jan 19) Tolerance should serve you especially well today - especially if you are tolerant with yourself' AQUARIUS (Jan 20 Frb IX)- Environmental influences may be unusu ally strong today - and will no doubt affect your efficiency PISTES (Feb 19 March 20) - Be prepared to take what you get today; choosiness may only result in disappointment and disillusionment. ARIES (March 21-April 19) -- Cir eumstances today may result in your finding the key to a stubborn problem -* and another's heart' TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -Avoid the temptations of “quick and easy” roads to sucres* -- unless you will be in the upper Ms to the lower 70s South Texas: Mostly cloudy central arid east Partly cloudy .south and west through Friday. A good chance rft showers, thunderstorms f- nday central arid coastal sections Widely scattered shower* west and far south Continued warm and humid, highs Friday mid to upper Ms with; readings reaching low to mid 90s west I/jws tonight 70s East Texas: Mostly cloudy tonight with a 20 fiercent chance of thunderstorms I .ow in the upper Ms Light east wind Friday partly cloudy with a 40 percent chance of thunderstorms. High in the mid to upper 80s Easterly wind around IO mph. West Texas: Partly cloudy with scattered thunderstorm* through friday Thunderstorms possibly heavy north tonight Not so warm friday l/iws tonight upper 50s mountains Ms north and far west and 70s south Highs f riday mostly in Iii*- 80s .except mid Ms valleys of southwest. Port Arthur to Port O’Connor: East wind* IO to 15 knots tonight arid f riday Seas 2 to 4 feet through tonight Winds and seas higher in and near scattered thunderstorms through Friday Port O'Connor to Brownsville: East and southeast winds near 15 knots tonight and Friday Seas 3 to 5 feet through tonight Winds and seas higher in arid near scattered thunderstorms Friday.Extended forecast North Texas- No rain is experted Highs mid 80s to near 90 I/iws mid Ms to near 70 West Texas- Partly cloudy and a little warmer days and fair nights, except isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorms throughout the period Highs mid Ms to near 90 except upper Ms Big Bend Isms 60s except upper 50* far west and 50s mountains South Texas- Partly cloudy through the period Widely scattered thundershowers along the Rio Grande Saturday. Highs in the mid 80s to mid Ms I/iws in the mid Ms to mid 70s. Woman admits purchase of bomb for terrorists SAN ANTONIO (AP; A 21-year-old Sari Antonio woman could face up to IO years in prison after pleading guilty to buying a bomb for Mexican terrorists. B. Irrna Gonzalez admitted in federal court Wednesday she bought a dynamite time bomb for terrorists; who oppose Mexican President Miguel de la Madrid. Ms Gonzalez said she met with a man, who turned out to be a federal agent, and negotiated with him May 22 to sell her a bomb for $500 The agent arrested the woman after she was instructed how to assemble the bomb. She also admitted she told the agent she wanted enough explosives to blow up a one-story 1,500 square-foot building Births Mr. and Mrs. Martin Terry, 229 Glenbrook, 7lb.,8oz. girl, Sept. ll. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Henk, cif San Antonio, 8 lb ,64 oz. boy, Aug. 31. wan! more than your share of hardship GEMINI (May 21- June 20) -- You can afford to be somewhat frivolous today is this week s work has already begun to pay off •- and handsomely too' c ANGER (June 21-July 22) -- Though you may have a tremendous Hwrald-Ztltung (USPS 377 HHD) lf you have not received your paper by 5 30 p m Tuesday through f riday or by 7 30 a rn Sunday, • all 6?f> OI 44 or 668 19(H) by J p rn and Ham., respectively Published Sunday morning and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co. 18ft S Casted Ave , New Braunfels TX 78131 Second class postage paid af New Braunfels Heoild Publishing Co , 18ft S Casted Ave., New Braunfels, IX 78131 Dave Kramer ... IditorlGen Mgr Susan Haire Managing Editor Claude Scruggs  Publisher She tone Thornton Office Manager Saudi Huber    Assi Adv Mgr Cheryl Brzo/owski . Class Mgr Don Avery    Circulation Manager Carol Avery . Photocomp Foreman Gus Ethel........Press    Foreman Wanda I asater Kaleidoscope Fd'tor David King........Sports    Edito* Patricia Yznaga King W*re EO'tor Subscription Rates (Includes applicable sales tax) Carrier delivery in Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco and Kendall Counties: 3 months, $10.78; 6 months, $18 82; one year, $33 64 Mail delivery outside Comal County, In Texas: 3 months $18 92; 6 months, $33 64; one year $63.08 Mad outside Texas: 6 months, $42 OO; one year $70 00. Postmaster; Send address changes to P O Drawer 361, New Braunfels, TX 78131. The winners and runner-ups in its Safe Haven” coloring contest have been announced by the New Braunfels Utilities. Heath Ijpke took first place in the 3-4 age group, Jason iAina in the 4-5 age group, and Amy Grunwaid in the 7-8 age group These three youngsters have colored their way to a ride in a NBU truck in the Comal County Fair Parade on Sept. 27. Two free adult passes to the fair and $5 worth of free rides will also go to each first-place winner. Second-place winners were Mark Adam Noble (ages 3-4;, Brett Doeppenschmidt ages 5-6 ), and Gabnella Cardenas (ages 7-8). They each wall receive two free adult passes to the fair. and $5 worth of free rides All runner-ups will receive $5 in free rides. They were:    Crystal Cantrell, Francesca Cardenas, Whitney Garvins, Reynaldo Gonzales, I^ura Henk, Jeremiah Mills, Ryan Pevev, Augustin Ramirez. .Spencer Read, Bethany Schwartz, Christina Slater. Yvette Villanueva and Casey Vinsonhaler. ages 3-4. Also, Nicholas Applewhite, Chase Cochran, Roger Cruz, Jinny Ed wards, Kyle Marbach, Marry Ann Martinez, Alice Navarro, Priscilla Ortuno, David Oz un a, Todd Scarborough, Noel Tristan, April Tuch and Alyssa Wornrnach, ages 5-6. Also, Courtney Barlow, Shannon Bauer, Misty Boenig, Joseph Fiebnch, Misti Rose Klein, Sativa Mata, T R. San Miguel, Tino Moreno, Jennifer Rust, Nicole Slater, Courtney Shea Toth, and Aaron Varenhorst, ages 7-8 The coloring contest featured a drawing depicting Safe Haven, a safety program just for kids sponsored by NBU. Teen arrested for killing friend HOUSTON (AP) — A 15-year-old boy who was admitted into a San Antonio drug rehabilitation center was arrested for allegedly killing another teen-age boy, investigators said. The body of Wayne James Schubert, a student at Cypress Creek High School, was found under a tool box of a pickup truck by Pearland police at about 4 a m. Tuesday morning. The suspect was arrested Tuesday afternoon at the San Antonio center, Harris County sheriffs detective Jim Brannen said. He said the youth could not be charged until he is certified as an adult. The 18-year-old girlfriend of the suspect notified Pearland police about the killing, detectives said. ‘She couidn t believe it, She loves the guy, but she’s afraid of him,” Brannen said. The girl told detectives her boyfriend at one time was a devil worshiper." Brannen said Schubert, 16, was shot about 7:30 a m. Monday at his home in northwest Harris County. The assailant then hid Schubert’s body under the tool box, drove to his girlfriend’s house, showed her the body and forced her to go with him to abandon the truck in a field in Pearland, Brannen said. It was not known why Schubert was killed, he said. Brennan said the couple walked back to the girlfriend’s house and stayed there until his mother picked him up at 6 p.m. Monday. The mother had made an appointment for her son to be see a counselor at the Drug Abuse Programs of America on Tuesday morning. The youth and a drug abuse counselor had flown to San Antonio Tuesday morning, Brannen said. DAPA officials refused to identify the counselor or say why the boy was taken to San Antonio rather than placed in a Houston drug clinic. ‘‘For legal reasons, I cannot comment on it at all,” said Dr. Robert Morrissey, program director for the DAPA clinics in Houston. The counselor told authorities he was unaware of the killing when he flew with the young suspect to San Antonio. Final park concert will featue Owens David Owens and friends will be performing at 7 p rn tonight for th** final New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department Concert-in-the-Park series. Music for the evening will include county and western, Irish traditional, bluegrass, top hits from the 1930s and 40s Owens will play a variety of instruments such as highland bagpipes, dulcimer, hammer dulcimer, banjo, guitar, penny whistle, mandolin and Caribbean drums. The concert will be held at the luanda Park dance slab and ad mission is free. Concert patrons are invited to bring lawn chairs and blankets since seating is limited. Patrons are also encouraged to bring their own refreshments and food for a picnic. Glass containers are prohibited in the park. urg** to find a better way, do not turn your back completely on tradition today LEO (July 23-Aug 22) - You may lie particularly sensitive to emotional shifts today, as you approach a major turning point CopyrTgftt IM) CmtMl I catur* Syndicate lurPublic Notice Southwestern Bell Telephone Company, in accordance with an order of the Public Utility Commission of Texas, hereby gives notice that on August 20, 1985, the Company filed tariffs which propose revisions to the Joint User Tariffs and implementation of Shared Tenant Services Tariffs lf the tariffs are approved by the Public Utility Commission, the Company will grandfather existing customers to the Joint User Tariffs and totally withdraw the Joint User Tariffs one year after the date of approval of the proposed tariff revisions, with one exception. Even after the one year period, existing single-line customers subscribing to Joint User Tariffs may continue their service under certain conditions. Also, if the tariffs are approved, the provision of shared tenant services will require partitioned switching equipment No new rates are being proposed in the aforementioned tariffs As a result of the partitioning of switching equipment, some existing customers may require additional PBX trunks lf so, the Company s revenues may increase. The Company is unable, at this time, to estimate the additional revenues, if any, which would result therefrom The Commission received these tariffs as Docket 6450 and a prehearing conference will be held at 10.00 AM, Monday, September 23,1985, at the Commissions offices at 7800 Shoal Creek Boulevard, in Austin, Texas. Persons who wish to intervene or otherwise participate in these proceedings should notify the Commission as soon as possible Motions to intervene should be filed with the Commission on or before 4:00 PM , Friday, September 20,1985. A request to intervene, participate or for further information should be mailed to the Public Utility Commission of Texas, 7800 Shoal Creek Boulevard, Suite 400N, Austin, Texas 78757. Further information may also be obtained by calling the Public Utility Commission Consumer Affairs Division at (512) 458-0223, or (512) 458-0227, or (512) 458-0221, teletypewriter for the deaf.Aviso Publico De conformidad con una orden de la Comisd de Services Pubhcos de Texas, Southwestern Bell Telephone Company anuncia el registro de nuevas tanfas, las cuales proponen ciertas modi-ficaciones de las Tarifas para Usuanos Man-comunados (Joint User Tariffs) y la implementa-cidn de Tarifas para Services Compartidos por Inquilmos (Shared Tenant Services Tariffs). De aprobar la Comisibn tales tarifas, la Compania mantendra vigentes los acuerdos con usu-anos actuates en lo que respecta a Tarifas para Usuarios Mancomunados, pero descontinuarA tale**tarifas a partir del primer aniversano de la fecha en que se aprueben las nuevas tarifas Sin embargo, existe una excepcd; aun despubs de tai aniversano, los clientes con lineas senecas que actualmente cuentan con el servicio para Usuarios Mancomunados podrd seguir con tai servicio sujeto a aortas condiciones De aprobarse las nuevas tarifas, las disposi-ciones correspondientes a los Servicios Compar-tidos por Inquilinos requerir^n el uso de con rn ut ado res separados. Las citadas tarifas no proponen nuevas cuotas. Sin embargo, es posible que debido a la separa-ci6n de equipos de conmutacd, algunos clientes actuates requerird nuevos troncales PBX De ser asi, los mgresos de la Compania podrian aumen-tar En la actualidad, la Compania no puede deter-minar el monto de mgresos adicionales que resultarian de tales tarifas La Comisd ha registrado este asunto bajo el Docket 6450 Se llevarb a cabo una audiencia pre-hminar para discutir todo asunto relacionado con el Servicio Compartido por Inquilmos el lunes 23 de septiembre de 1985, a las 10:00 de la manana, en las oficinas de la Comisibn, 7800 Shoal Creek Boulevard, en Austin, Texas. Toda persona que desee intervene o participar en el presente proceso debe notificar a la Comi-sidn lo antes posible Las solicitudes de intervened deber4n presentarse ante la Comisibn antes del viernes 20 de septiembre de 1985 a las 4 :00 de la tarde Las solicitudes de intervened, participa-cd o informacd deben dmgirse a: F>ublic Utility Commission of Texas, 7800 Shoal Creek Boulevard, Suite 400N, Austin, Texas 78757. Para obtener mayor informacd debe iiamar a Public Utility Commission, Consumer Affairs Division, (512) 458-0223, o (512) 458-0227, o al (512) 458-0221 si requiere teletipo para personas con impedimentos de audicd. @ Southwestern Bel TelephoneINSTALLED MOBILE HOME ROOFOVERSTrust Sears to get it installed right Insulated aluminum system helps keep you warmer in winter, cooler in summer Helps stop leaks, roof drumming, recoating Installation is provided by a Sears authorized installer SEARS 374 LSM* New Braunfels MMU I New Braunl Canyon Lake M4-3211 NOUNS 1-5:30 p.m. tot I ti teflon gun tattoo or yoofmooty)* Seers, not buck tad Co , 1994 ;

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