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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 15, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Water Texas May Page upstfeam from the confluents of the Coffiai and Quadalupe flvefs as a precaution in case the Comal SpHfigs become he Rogef NBUs technical said the plant could supply the city with enough water for minimal To the riding reason to get into this is for the safety of New he Comal Countys representatives to the Edwards Underground Water District praised the move during the saying they hope San An tonio officials follow suit and their reliance on the aquifer for Were forever shaking our finger at San Antonio and You need to get on surface Youre pum ping our aquifer said Craig a local representative to the Edwards I think youve made a great step in the right direc As the largest water user in the the City of San Antonio has no other source of water but the Edwards representative Jack Ohirich said the NBU boards deci sion is vitally Proving to San Antonio that were able to proceed with something like I will be a wedge we can use to encourage San Antonio to develop surface he told the Sohn said earlier this week that the public may balk at the price of the treatment Weve got a double hickey there because of the previous attitude toward Its It comes out of the When you build a million treatment you have to staff he adding the price of water probably will People have got to realize eventually just how impor tant water he The utility manager said Thursday he plans to bring a bond proposal for the plant before the board in the near If the board supports the pro the bond package will be reviewed by the New Braunfels City NBU owns water rights on the Comal The board authorized legal counsel to transfer those rights to the Guadalupe River so the water can be used In the treat ment The board also authoriz ed Sohn to begin negotiations with the GuadalupeBlanco River Authority for the purchase of water in Canyon Sohn pointed out that rights to water in the Guadalupe River will be useless if a drought causes the river to run because the lake was created to store buying water would ensure a he RSVP seeking volunteers for local organizations The Retired Senior Volunteer Pro gram is growing in Comai RSVP volunteers are actively volunteering their lime and talents at the following nonprofit agencies and health care facilities Oak Crest Colonial Manor Nursing teden Comal County Adult Probation Comal Coun ty District Clerks Comal County Sheriffs Dittl inger Memorial New lirautifels Police Texas Department of Human Comal County Adult Literacy Pro Community Service New Braunfels Childrens Hospice New Braunfels and Frazier Elementary Retired older adults represent a tremendous resource in the com Skills that have been gained during ones working career should not be wasted and RSVPs main ob jective is to recruit and place pro spective volunteers who are 60 years of age or older in nonprofit agencies or healthcare In RSVP helps to support these volunteers in their endeavors by providing mileage and meal reim bursement when in surance while recogni tion to show community apprecia a quarterly There are no dues or membership fees to either the volunteer or agency receiving volunteer In New the Comal Coun ty Health Department Would like to find one or two volunteers who would be interested in begin a registration The volunteers would be responsible for assisting with registration of children during their immunization This volunteer opportunity would require a four hour cbmmitment on Tuesdays and a fourhour commitment on if two volunteers could be a fourhour commitment on either of these days would be suffi The prospective volunteers should be able to perform light write clearly and have a pleasant Oak Crest Inn Nursing Home has some interesting volunteer op Volunteers are needed to visit with residents who cannot or who rarely come out of their Volunteers could read to these hold their hands and just be a good Volunteers are also needed to lead sitdown exercises with either the aid of a tape or a record or on their own Weather Water Watch Comal cfs same Canyon Lake cfs up 62 Canyon Lake cfs up 20 Canyon Lake down Edwards down Texas Water was four feet deep in some intersections at Fort Worth early to day after slowmoving thunderstorms roared across a vast portion of of Tex The National Weather Service issued flash flood warnings at dawn for Stephens and Eastland Counties after thunderstorms became nearly stationary over the In Tarrant heavy rain was falling and water in the intersection of Hulen and Camp Bowie in the southern section of the city was under four feet of stalled automobiles inFort Worthpolice About four inches of rain had fallen In Fort Worth by 6 and heavy rain forecasters The early morning thunderstorms came on the heels of thunderstorms Thursday night that dumped heavy rain and light hail across a vast area of the Numerous severe thunderstorm warnings were reported during the night and early morning hours across North Central Some street flooding was reported in the Panhandle Thursday The storms were accompanied by marblesize hail in Reports of marblesize hail were widespread across North Central Texas although damage was reported to be HlRh winds and lightning Thursday OTC caused power failures in Dallas and power company officials The largest outage was in Richardson where about people were without electricity for about 30 The outages in Dallas were but not officials Flash flood watches were in effect today for the Concho Per mian upper Pecos Valley and southwest and central portions of North The watch for North Texas covered an area south of a line from Haskcll to Dallas to Forecasts called for scattered thunderstorms with locally heavy rainfall today over southwestern por tons of North Texas and widely scat tered thunderstorms over the rest of North Texas through Scat tered thunderstorms were forecast across most of South Texas through tonight and there was a chance of scattered evening thunderstorms across West Texas Lows tonight will be mostly in the 60s and Highs Saturday will be mostly in the 80s and lower Early morning temperatures were mostly in the ranging from the upper 50s in the Panhandle to the lower 70s in extreme South Extremes ranged from 57 at Amarillo to 75 at Other early morning temperatures around the state included 61 at Wichita 66 at Fort 67 at Obituaries 71 at 72 at San 75 at Corpus 68 at 65 at San 59 at 63 at Midland and 58 at El Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Considerable late night and morning foggy along the coastal Otherwise partly cloudy with scattered after noon and evening mainly central and Highs in the 90s Rio Grande Lows in the 60s and NORTH TEXAS Partly cloudy tonight and Saturday with widely scattered Highs Saturday in the mid to upper Lows tonight in the mid WEST TEXAS Partly cloudy through Saturday with widely scat tered to scattered some producing locally heavy rain mainly south sections Highs Saturday in the 80s except mid 90s along the Rio Lows tonight near 50 southwest mountains to the upper 50s north and far west to the lower 60s PORT ARTHUR TO PORT QCON NOR Tonight and Saturday south wind 10 knots or Seas less than 3 Widely scattered thunder Areas of dense fog near shore late tonight and Saturday mor PORT OCONNOR TO BROWNSVILLE Tonight and Satur day southeast wind 10 to 15 Seas 2 to 4 Isolated Extended forecast SOUTH TEXAS A chance of thunderstorms Sunday and Otherwise mostly cloudy mornings becoming partly cloudy in the after Lows in the 60s Northwest to the 70s Highs generally in the 80s except in the 90s Provided by Knibbe Financial 755 Loop Suite Quotes are as ol closing AT4T Coleman Chrysler Deere Exxon Ford GM HslHburton Keroper KMart Mobil PUIslaury SWPeJl Tandy Texaco WalMart WPPeppereH High Low Close 26V4 26 22 2Ja 2VI 35A 39h 38 39 32k 3VM 31 68 90H 89 90 98ii 88 88 2 38ii 37 38 30 61 322 32 32 50 38 37 4 109 42 40 42U 354 58 684 68 Joe Noel Graveside services for Joe Noel of Star Route Box will be at Saturday at Fischer Cemetery with the Rick McGee of Canyon Lake died May 13 at his Noel was born to and Bessie nee Plunkett Noel in Big He was a retired real estate broker and a member of the First Baptist Church in San A veteran of World War Noel also was a member of the Optimist Hermann Sons and the Masonic Survivors include his Bessie PJunKeH of San Antonio father and and Theadora Noel of Blanco Ron nie Noel of Canyon take four Evelyn Millican and Lela all of San and Christine Large of Cor pus Chrisli and two Donald Noel and John both of San Visitation will be at Doep penschmidt Funeral Home until noon Exercise leaders are heeded oh Wednesdays and Friday at 11 Jh volunteers could assist residents by writing letters for Correspondence with friends and relatives is They would also like to locate some men volunteers to lead a mensonly group of residents activities could include a happy discussion group of current pizza Eden Home also has several challenging volunteer Volunteers are needed to assist in a rehabilitation type ceramics The volunteers would be asked to assist three or four residents in roil ing out and cutting the clay to make wind Volunteers are also needed to visit residents on a oneto one In volunteers are needed to assist the activities direc tor in the crafts Volunteers with sewing skills are especially Volunteers would be asked to help sew articles for residents to stuff and They would also be asked to do some hand sewing to finish these volunteers are needed to decorate bulletin boards and make table decorations fof dining rooms once Colonial Manor Nursing Home addition to seeking volunteers to visit residents on a onetoone basis would like to locate some good domino Some of the residents play dominoes every Thursday afternoon and would happy to have volunteers join Colonial Manor also needs volunteers to take residents on brief read to write If you would like to donate your services to one or more of these agen contact the USVP 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