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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 18, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas MICRQPLEX MITCH WOMBLE BOX 45436 TX 75245 Canyon Lake level rising release rate now 400 cfs Staff writer Canyon Lake has surpassed the 900foot mark for the first time since and is gradually rising due to heavy rainfall this Branch inflow was marked at cubic feet per second Monday and GuadalupeBlancp River Authority officials ordered the outflow to be increased from ISO to 400 cfs at 3 In spite of the increased the level of the lake has come up feet in the last 24 This the inflow was measured at 700 and the lake level was feet above mean sea David GBRA director of planning and said he expected the outflow to be held at 400 for several and his office staff will be keeping close tabs on the amount of rainfall coming into the lake before making another On the lake fell below 900 feet for the first time since Canyon Dam was built in servation pool level for Canyon Lake is 909 the lake stands below the GBRA has control of the release When the water is higher than the control passes to the Army Corps of which operates the Welsch said due to donwstream water rights that were committed before the dam was he estimates at it would take an inflow of Cfs for 30 days to refill the His estimate wad based on the present lake Some of the old water rights date back to Welsch and include the City of There is no benefit to us in releasing the It is much more valuable to store Welsch some of it must be passed on in order to honor downstream he Cheer Fund deadline draws near Donors to our Cheer Fund come in all as we learned when Elise Saegert came by the office Friday pushing a toy grocery cart with some food for ottf fund Nttdbii to we welcome nil donors or Urge or The donations picked up on and we appreciate Well need this kind of support to make our goal by which is the day we hope to wrap things We received nine donations totaling on bringing our balance up to that does not in clude donated and we received more food donations Clarissa Satmnb and an anonymous donor contributed and Sammis also brought in a food Deaver and Mildred Herman Lucas Exxon and another anonymous donor contributed Florence Harper gave and Bob Peterson brought in a food as did another anonymous Our goal is to feed 200 families this and to do that we need to raise approximately Were definitely within reach of and well make it with your continued You can bring your contributions cash or non perishable food items by the HeraldZeitung office at 186 Our business office is open from to 5 If you cannot make it by our circulation department will be open until 7 and can accept Cheer Fund All contributions are tax YOU MAVE A 6ETME A PRESENT OR I EAT THAT SNOlOBALl Only 6 days left to shop New Braunfels Tuesday December New Texas 25 Cents 14 Pages City to seek river study by DANA STELL Staff writer City Council Monday agreed to ask for a study that will involve everyone along the well as com mittees that have been examining the river for several CountyCommissioners are ex pected on Thursday to give similar approval to the Council met last week with members of the city and county rivers committees and members of the Texas Parks and Wildlife They indicated we could receive national not in grant but in the form of people coming meeting with the community and coming up with a Mayor Barbara Tieken said Council became aware of the free assistance available from the National Park Service at an August workshop conducted by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the National Park The citys river conservation committee in its final report to County also suggested using the park service to study the areas The chaired by Betty also suggested that the city and the county should make it a joint This will not work unless it is a cooperative effort between the private property owners along the the outfitters along the the resorts owners and any of those with Tieken It will have to include outfittersand anyone related to the Betty chairman of the county committee studying told Council the park service would act as a gobetween for the various entities concerned with river con servation and They will act as a mediator between the interested parties and tie the solutions together for she We dont always have the foresight to see it as a This is where we have to it finally has to be a united The major thrust of the National Park Service study of the rivers here will be suggestions for conservation of the river resources and ways to improve the An ultimate goal will be the development of a river corridor management which would make the best use of the river areas for and private See Page 14 Holiday Sing Their programs also served as lyric and local residents use them to sing along during the third annual Holiday Community Sing Sunday Unlike last when the mercury plummeted to the weather cooperated this bringing warmer temperatures to LbbLie rsmtvVALDTHERALDZEITUNG the The crowd was estimated at over since all 300 programs printed for the event were handed Hall of Honor adds 3 By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer Five individuals were recognized for their contributions to the com munity and the Chamber at the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerces meeting Jack local real estate and Frances photographer for the New Braunfels received the Presidents Award while Pat fort mer trustee on the New Braunfels ISD Ruth former principal of Booker Washington and Poyle formed president of the were added to the Hall of In announcing the Chamber president Robert Orr cited Krueger as a former recipient of the Bewerwg Award for the outstanding CtttoML Krueger also has worked in the Chamber lor many to diKttnf serving chairman of the Ttw LfgMattve and in the Blue Kmf tri pmMmcy the CfoHBber gfffefi were Md An FRANCES BRIPOf Chamber president Robert Orr second from left with Hall of Honor winners Pat Ruth Harper and Doyle Krueger right Jiiv w f baud w wmww vice president of the Wurstfest Hernandez was cited for 33 years of wort with precinct U years of which he served as presiding he and wife Hortense spoil m years helping over ciUww by teaching ciUienahip cUises In Spanish and m wii by federal Judge Spirt m ettwen el New BraunJels the Sesqujeenjennial He received the Silver Unicorn Award for his interest in school and youth Harper was recognised for her years ot worked with It Ifif presently church and fraternal services to the She regfivfd Volunteerism Award from former Clements And she earned a lifetime membership in the NAACP and the National Association of Negro Sw CHAMBER Inside Water Watch Comal cfs up 14 Canyon Lake inflow 700 cfs lup up 515 Canyon Dam outflow cfs same Edwards up Canyon Lake level up Todays Weather Comal County forecast calls for partly cloudy this turning cloudy tonight and mostly cloudy on Winds will be from the southeast near 10 mph decreasing to 510 mph tonight and Sunset will be at and sunrise Wednesday will be at 7 High today will be in the mid low tonight in the mid 60s and a high on Wednesday in the low This mornings low was and yesterdays high was CLASSIFIED 1113 COMICS CROSSWORD EEARABBY DEATHS HOROSCOPE OPINIONS STOCKS TYUSTWfiS 10 WfATHfR Pizza Hut robbed stolen car recovered New Braunfels police are looking for the masked man who robbed the Pizza Hut at 220 Seguin late Saturday Decective Juan Gusme said a short possibly displayed a knife and ordered the clerks to open the cash The man took an undetermined amount of money from the I believe there were three em ployees Gusme There were several but no one paid much No one saw where the man went when he left Pizza He opened the stepped and Gusme The detective said the man probably was in a car because although it was raining heavily at the he was not wet when he went into the The robber was wearing a brown jacket possibly made out of blue and type of He is about finches and weighs about 14P Wimperely man cKargtd in theft of motor remained in custody today in the Comal County Jail under Richard of Route Box was arrested by Sheriffs Investigator Kermit Kroesche Sunday He was charged with stealing a 1984 Ford pickup from a River Road residence sometime between Deputy David Ott made the initial and we were able to identify the suspect through a picture Two eyewitnesses had seen the suspect driving the truck after it was reported and from we were able to obtain the arrest Kroesche About 8 the Hays County Sheriffs Office located the truck abandoned on FM about two miles east of Purgatory The vehicle was later returned to its proper There wasnt any connection between the victim and the suspect in this I guess the guy just got UreJ of decided to steal the truck and drive it Kroesche Wimberley arrested uje of arrested it bis S about by Gmti County Peace Justice Howard who Ite wresl
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