New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 24, 1985, Page 5

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung October 24, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 24, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas a nyon Lake Hvrald-Zeitung Thursday, October 24, 1985 Page 5A i ™ * y •  . ♦' _ ;    -*vc Danger! By SARAH DUKE Staff writer Because of heavy rains this past weekend, Canyon Lake is above its normal level. U.S. Army Corps of Engineer officials warn that the level rn the lake might be dangerous for boaters. “There may be some things under the water like stumps and rocks that boaters can’t see because they are usually above the water," said Judy Scott, a ranger at the lake. Crossword High levels mean boaters should watch for debris ISSUE KRlfWAlDT HE RAI D /ElTUNG Canyon I ii <• spillway shows effect of increasing outflow Activities "There is quite a bit of debris in the lake," she said. Boaters are allowed on the lake but are encouraged to use caution because of floating debris, she added. Scott said there are no currents in the lake. The only danger is hitting debris. The courtesy docks located on the lake are not usable because they are under water. Scott said Tuesday the level of the lake was 914.5 feet. Normal level is 909 feet. PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVEO ACROSS I Talked 6 Hollow item IO Sponge 14 Fruit 15 Army misdeed 16 Roman garb 17 Artist s headdress 18 Dan McGraw 20 Vocalize 21 Submit 23 Resides 24 Digress 25 Engendered 26 Smoke 30 Summary 34 Ukrainian city 35 Immersed 37 Hurrah Sp 38 Conjoin 39 Cycle 41 Discharge 42 Hill 43 Sneaker 44 Salad item 46 Burglarize 48 Ontario and Alberta, e g 50 Persecute 52 Ten pret 53 Acquiesce 56 Newspaper assignment 57 Combine 60 Fowl 62 Decamp 64 Ionian gulf 65 Drives on a slant 66 Tell the truth 67 Arikaras 68 In this vicinity 69 Strong alloy DOWN 1 Performances 2 Athena 3 Sinewy 4 Time of day 5 Side trips 6 Rhythmic 7 Out of town 8 Negative 9 English composer 10 March 11 Golf club 12 Malady 13 Robeson e g 19 German president 1919-25 22 Vitality 24 Bit of work Some of the picnic facilities along the lake are underwater, Scott said. "I guess just about every park has at least a few tables that are underwater," she said. She added that the picnic areas will not be damaged because they are made of concrete and are designed to be underwater if necessary. Most of the picnic areas are close to water even when the lake is at its normal level. "As soon as the water drops, we’ll just clean them up arid they can lye used again," Scott said. The mannas around the lake and boats were not damaged. All the marinas are floating and rise as the water level of the lake rises. Scott said no buildings around the lake were flooded. "It (the water; came pretty close but didn’t reach any buildings," she said. Release from the lake will be cubic feet per second, well over tie normal release rate of ai mnd '.(Mi cubic feet per second The release rate will remain hu h until Canyon I .ake reaches if' ? • ti level. The rise in the lake level bei'a, Sunday following the heavy rains in the Hill Country which caused flooding in some areas "It takes it about that long to rea< the lake," Scott said Scott said she expects the debt u to settle from the water within at. ait a week. She said some fallen tree and lo.' were swept into the lake b> the heav rains. No damage has been reported a. a cause of the high water level ii tie lake. OBRA hearing set A h« anni in Austin Monday about a peru it : ued to the Guadalupe-Hlanc I cr Authority raised sr vet a1 qu> it ions concerning the colistin* ten oj ,i hydroelectric plant on ( anyon Dam Dunm- testimony, it was revealed that ii the plant is < onstructed. flow bom t?ie lam will l>e reduced to 15 cubit, feet per second during the consti Metier plia.se which is expected to last about 60 days. Retired teachers meet members about the telephone system in the Canyon Lake area All retired teachers in the lake area are invited to attend. Wildflowers to be planted As part of Canyon Lake’s Sequu entemal projects, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers employees and the Canyon I.ake Wildflower Garden Club along with other volunteers will meet Saturday to plant wildflower seeds along the banks of the lake and (.anyon Darn h* < anyon I.ake Unit No. 13 of the Kus Ret •••d Teachers Association ! meet Monday at 8; 30 for .it the Start/ Cafe in Texas lh will me breakfas Starts Ville. A representative from the local teicph- ne ( impart) will speak to Canyon Lake Art Guild plans Hearts Desire Art Center opening 25 Bird feature 26 NFL learn 27 Dumbbell 28 Style 29 Judge 31 Funny 32 Wide-awake 33 Safes slang 36 Gripes 40 Towline 41 Te*as city 43 Base runner s maneuver 45 Small change 47 Hippodromes 49 Danish city 51 The end 53 lab medium 54 Make bacon 55 Quote 56 Venison 57 Used a loom 58 Steel blade 59 Dingle 61 Garden tool 63 License Canyon l,ake boast one of the largest art groups in the surrounding area and through the art guild has banded together to build a real art center of culture and beauty where artists and community members can come together to take classes, enjoy art showing and share ideas. CLAG was organized as recently as May 9, 1984, and already has a membership of 120. Gladys Diehl George, art guild secretary, purchased in June of this year a large building in downtown Sattler, a small village near the lake. Gladys, her husband Emmett, and art guild members painted walls and ceilings, scrubbed floors and windows, letters signs, etc. together, to create a cultural oasis. To celebrate the realization of dream, the public is invited to attend the Grand Opening of tile ap propnately named Hearts Dc ,in Art Center" (so named beta • has been a dream close to Glady > and many other art member n for many years.) Artists will be demonstrator ar, i .showing sculpture, stained ria-watercolor, acrylic and oil paintm. > stichery, toy making, woodworkim caricatures, chain saw w id sculpture, dolls, cabbage patch doll clothes, china painting, cera ii i crochet, etc. Fifty booths have have already been reserved as of thi* tune arui 20 more are expected, by area artist show and sale their works, a well publ ii Weeki ti*, maintain perigee at the center. ’peniMg will be the ever in the area and f? .rn 9 a rn to 6 p m i 9 a rn to 5 p rn. The to come and enjoy a tare. fun and food,” said Lake Weather Week of Oct 1 7 23 Temperatures High ........... Low Rainfall total 84 Oct IS 64. Oct 17 ____1.07 Inflow High 52 540 cfs Low 263 cfs Oct 2C Oct IS Outflow High 5.000 cfs Low 279 cfs . Oct 23 . . . Oct. 17 Lake level High 914 59 Low . . . 908.16 Oct 22 Oct 17 19 BUTCHER BOY Meat Market Good THURS thru WED Plus other Market Special TUFF SHOUlDFR ROUND STEAK Dr. Jeff W. Jones announces the opening of his office for the practice of family dentistry. 731 N. Walnut (Suite 1031 Walnut Professional Park New Braunfels, Texas Saturday and Evening appointments a Mila hi* Emergency Calls answered 24 hrs./day Call 629-7494 59 LR GROUND BEEF PURE (NO AOOI TIVIS) 99'. BEEF LEAN BONELESS STEW s i69 * <. FAMILY PACK BAG OE • CHICKEN AV!RAGE * lo 6 LB 49* LB BIG RED SODA I? 07 fi PACK CANS    2 LITER BOTTLES $1.39    99* 2031 Spur 3 7 30 6 MON SAT 7 30 I SUN 625 6121 ;

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  • Gladys Diehl George
  • Judy Scott
  • Sarah Duke

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: October 24, 1985

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