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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 1, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas r New Tssas an fef O f service said when they sitf her M6thiHiHMawsle3i drvlfja and re talked iry and calm het but she was even fighting her husband telling htm not If we weuld have taken tie fey force we Would have ended Up hur ting her even more and would have beerf mote traumatic fdf I ddnt think the family the EMS eaptato w v Cleveland said hi asked the after having been informed of the womans illfieSsVif she was under a physicians caw and he said the family replied thatshe was enclosed in the letter sent to the paper was a copy of an undated Continued from Page inlned amount of damage at about Flday It was like an earthquake The shaking and things off the said Perezs r Lake Dunlap Volunteer Fire JJepartment responded to the scene couple cover the protecting the from canvass Fire fighters checked gas outlets and eiec to make certain the site said the fire depart pent responded quicklyand was even offering to fiiid the couple a place to stay to iThedead oak tree was blown into the Koifee from an adjoining local law enforcement of ficials had no reports of winds caused a of minor and portionof Braunfels without power for more than three day Winds knocked down a utility pole on FM said Raymond Villareal of New Braunfels The pole was holding a single elec tricai line arid when it was knocked homes on Kraft Rolling and FM Io44 W ViilareaUsaid fiVeVmen went to work at the height of awind and rain storm and installed a new Everything was alf power Was back by he The storm was the product of two low pressure fronts almost at Texas midsection Friday causing National Weather Service of to issue severe thunderstorm warnings across much of Central and South Tornado watches ac companied weather service ad New Braunfels experienced heavy high wind and some flash flooding as than an inch of rain poured down in less than an hour in some Weather Service stations across the south and southeast reported tor nado activity and flooding as the front moved rapidly across the Strong winds at Canyon Lake mov ed the Canyon Lake Marina about 20 feet from resting placei witnesses As of the extent of damages to the marina or boats was Weather Water Watch Corhal Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Edwards Texas Weather Strong winds of up to 40 mph blustered across North and West Texas propelled by a deep Ibwpressure system over Those winds and others that were generally in the 20to 30mph range elsewhere were expected to subside as the wstemfmoves off to the National Weather Service 2 over Texas except for partly cloudy conditions over parts of the Panhan dle as well as North and East Afternoon temperatures in the 50s were common across most of the The 3 temperature ex tremes ranged from 46 degrees at Pass in West Texas to 77 at McAllen in the Rio Grande Cfs up 66 cfs down 384 465 Cfs up 377 up up Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Fair nights and sunny days with no rain expected through lows tonight and Sunday night in the 30s and Highs Sunday and Monday in the 60s and WEST TEXAS Generally fair through Slight warming trend through Highs in the lows from the upper 20s in the Panhandle and far West Texas to the 30s NORTH TEXAS Lows from the upper 20s northwest to near Sunny and mild with highs from the mid 60s to near Continued fair Sunday night and lows in the 30s and highs up per 60s to low Extended Forecast Tuesday through Thursday SOUTH TEXAS Fair warm days and cool Morning lows from the 40s north to 50s Highs in the 60s and WEST TEXAS Mostly fair with warm days and cool Lows in the 20s and highs in the 60s and NORTH TEXAS Generally fair Lows in the highs in the Edward Jones Er STAN CUNNINGHAM Presents a FREE SEMINAR Where can you put money when rates are bottoming You can have taxdeferred growth and taxfree income without sacrificing safety of your principal Find out more about one of todays most exciting safe money alternatives at a free public fflwercl 1000 Walnut NBNB Center North Umited Seating RSVP 6290055 Dpor Prizes Hatflfali fdf downtown New Braunfels totaled The of Comal County reported less oneeight of ah ihch oh the north Side of Canyon Lake arid threetens OH the south The Lake Dunlap area got onehalf an inch of rain and four tenths of an inch fell on the Schuman Both General Portland and TXI report no damage to property or Despite winds of 35 mph on the south side of Canyon Peder nales Electrical Cooperative reported no problems with the elec trical system serving much of Comal Guadalupe Valley Electrical Cooperative officials reported an in cident of a tree blowing into an elec trical line in the Schertz and Cibolo area at about Lee Hunt of the Canyon Lake office of the Army Corps of Engineers said he saw a tree at Cranes Mill Park that had been knocked over by heavy made all of the parks today and everything else was Lee said No rain is in the forecast for the New Braunfels arid Comal County Today will be sunny and mild with a high in the upper Tonight is expected to be clear and cold with lows In the upper Winds will be from the north at 510 Obituaries v f i teller from a physician ante Health and Mental Retardation Aciiity In Mew Bfaunfels stating that she under evaluation and that she shotild ml be ftealiMhephyik clan whose name was attached was Cleveland stated 1iee4IledHe hospital and spoke with the emef gen cy room department chief who ed that the woman should either be taken homeand put In bed te putting her in a calm checked in morning or brought to the hospitaHor The EMS supervisor said the when so opted to take the womah We completely followed This is a specialized treatment and 1 am not a There are legal aspects and ramifications we must be aware A person is responsible for their actions unless a judge has ruled that person is Cleveland family reportedly took the woman Hospital where she reportedly Was given a Is commonly used for patients ex periencinR such Cleveland laid the only sedative EMS is allowed 10 use in the field is tMiich he fftld is treatment forsiiclf fhedsfatdherJ6ti duty that night was first into the sheriffs 6ifjeeiSf6iifld li by the attesting wha was by the arrested womans A waN pant eheekshowed unpaid DPS tfaf fie tickets from Houswnf v was calm titne esteept starting a little is underv ShekWas sfime person who walked in when they brought her iaiHloTgei her awayjrom froni the The dispatcher said that they were In the lobby more than haifan hour and that never disclosed the womans condition to the can vouch for I everything that happened while they wereIn the the dispatcher In the letter to theypaperV the that the DPS officer shoved a flashlight into the husbands It he tried the womans condi and squared 6if faeetoface with ihi That is when he shoved thi flashlight In his face and Backed htm the dispatcher Jail personnel said that the hus band appeared unsteldy an his but they did not accuse the man 6f Ing cited and his spokesman vThe supervisor of the trooper declined comment Friday saying that he is investigating the i allegations and has spoken with the sw jn lapse from when the woman Was brought to the jail until the time EMS was sum a period of about two the dispatcher said that the husband refused EMS at Medical techni cians were summoned at the request of the husbands parents after their arrival at the feel we run a very professional and caring Wheeler ad I have confidence in the peo ple I work We take our share of but the caring never goes Gates from Page 1 A f downstream runoff and the Blanco said releases from Canyon Lake have little impact oh the flooded It doesnt make any difference at Were talking about 700 cfs or less from Canyon and the river down there is running over he Its just not that much water from Canyon Its like a spoon in a bucket but the publics perception was that It was a Officials at the corps Fort Worth office said Friday they discussed the matter with GBRA officials arid both agencies want to ease flooding Jim Hair said corps officials and elected officials decided met with residents and decided to reduce the river Last1 in we had a tremendous amount of damage in Victoria and south of executive assistant to the corps district said He said public concern about that damage resulted in a study of possible Hair said considering the fiveday delay from Canyon Lake to the flooded It Is unlikely the reduced flows will have a major impact on the corps information said since the lake Is the only flood control reservoir upstream of the flooded the corps has no other way of protec ting downstream residents from Jessie Connolly Services are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Jessie died 27 at Colonial Manor Nursing Lorene Marie Stippich Graveside services for Lorene Marie Stippich of 213 Lemonwood in Universal City will be at 10 Tuesday at Peter and Paul Catholic died 28 at her rosary will be recited at fgpfjMay penschmidt Funeral f Stippich to 9tto and Ella nee Weidner Blndseil in Spring She married Robert Stippich in on She was a housewife and a member ofthe Good Shepherd Catholic Church in Universal Survivors include her Robert Stippich of Universal City Ella Bindseil of New Braunfels four Patricia Sue Williams of Warner Elizabeth Ann Spencer of Catherine Stippich of College Station and Barbara Jean Luedecke of Austin two Robert Bruce Stippich of Randolph Air Force Base and Michael Stippich of Universal Ci ty one Velesca Heimer of New Braunfels one Gerome Bindseil of New Braunfels and eight Visitation will begin at 9 Mon Memorials may be made to Hospice of San 8207 San Antonio Marty Gaffney Marty died A Vietnam he is survived by his Martin and Nancy Gaff ney of Bellalre sisters and Nan and David Mlksovsky of Sugarland and Mary and Hugh Shipp of Willis two nephews numerous aunts and uncles and several friends In New Gaffney is formerly of New Mass was at 10 25 at Holy Ghost Catholic Church in Bellalre and Interment was in Calvary In lieu of family requests donations to a charily of ones HvraldZrituns USPS 377800 Published Sunday Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell or Drawer New Texas Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels Herald Publishing at New DAVID KRAMER Editor and Publisher JIMWEBRE Managing Editor DEBORAH LAWRENCE Off ice Manager SANDI HUTTER Retail Advertising Manager CHERYLMcCAMPBELL Classified Manager CAROLAVERY Circulation Manager MAGGIE LOMBARDO Composition Foreman GUSELBEL Pressroom Foreman DANAQVERSTREET City Editor WAN DA LAS ATE R Lifestyles Editor TQMLABINSKI Sports Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in end Kendall three one Senior Citizens Bissoynt carrier delivery only six mon f one AAiiJ outside in three HI ojie 142 one yf If YfiU reseJyeg yojyr gr fey 73Jt c cwuMguj 7 uwUed you ta at 20 to 50 off one week only thru March 7th We take tradeins We custom design Kroger Canter W5B 81 New Braunfels Hours Monday flffuTMday 106 Saturday 1IM
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