New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 9, 1987, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

June 09, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2    Heraid-Zedung    NewBraunfe*s    TexasHyd ro_ Tuesday June 9 1987 Budget Continued from Paqe I OBRA went ahead with the project using the KFRC license as it was written the makeup of the lake could change dramatically That's the question to which the governor is addressing himself " Grubb said The water development board official said Canyon Lake is one of three lakes in the state trying to install hydroelectric generators He said at the other two. including Possum Kingdom Lake FFRC has included minimum outflow requirements that exceed normal outflow    Grubb said the re quirements would draw water from the lakes to generate hydroelectric power rather than allow lakes to store water as they were designed to do Sharon Ryland, a spokesman for KFRC said a motion for a rehearing on both the minimum release ques tion and the question of how much water should be pumped out of the lake during construction has been granted OBRA and the Texas Water Commission filed similar motions "The license has been granted, the motions for rehearing have been granted, but no action has been taken on them.” she said Hyland added that there is no deadline for commissioners to take actions and the license granted in December is still in effect Currently. GBRA has received two of the three necessary government approvals to construct thePilot Continued from Paqe I any live ammunition she said The jet went down in woods next to • tobacco field about two miles north >f the Sailor s ( reek Battlefield State Park and itx>ut 15 miles east of Farmville The F 15. which is capable of flying more than 2' times the speed of sound and has a combat ceiling of moi e than 65,000 feet. broke the tops off trees and scattered lebris through the woods for hun 'reds of feet We're used to the planes.” said Sarah Brown, a neighbor of Divens They re flying around here practic-ng turning sideway-> and every kind of thing Chi^ one wa< real low Brown aid It made a curious kind of mind and then it blew up There w as a great tug ball of fire and then all kinds of smoke The single seat jet fighter the most sophisticated in the CS ar-enal apparently exploded on im [•ait according to people who saw the crash site It t^wiks like it came down at treetop level and inst cut down through the trees said Robert Smith chief deputy for the Amelia '’minty sheriff s Department He said mild ar c aircraft routinely use the area for practice Smit! sml there was virtually nothing recognizable left of the plane Pearl Mitchell and her daughter. .loAnn who live* atwnit a mile from the crash site said they went through tile thickly wooded area after hear mg tin* cr ch and saw parts of the* plane as well as body parts Kindlier was a I'*69 graduate of Ne a Br uinfels High School w here he was an honor student He graduated salutator ran of ins ( lass with a grade average of rn, ii and was named outstanding student at SKIIS He won an Opportunity Scholarship to I ex.is AAM Cmversity and an Flks scholarship The airman played football, baseball and basketball at SKIIS He* attended Boys State and was presi dent of the National Honor Society Kin bier was president of the Catholic 'i out ii Association and was a student Kotarian Ile was a member of the student count ii bi* Science < Tub, the Gentian < lub and Mu Alpha Theta Ile was named an Optimist 5 ming Texan of the month during his senior year in high school Kuehler graduated from Texas AAM Cniversity in 1975 with a degree in mathematics He was a member of the Corps of Cadets and upon graduation was commissioned an offic er in the C S Air Force The airman’s sister Sharon Con ran. said Kuehler had been flying the F 15 for more than a decade It was his pride and joy she said Kuehler had been stationed in Arizona and West Germany before moving lo Virginia three and a half years ago In Virginia. Kuehler w as a squadron leader Conran said Con ran. who lives in Sew Braunfels, said one of the main reasons her brother moved to Germany was to fly the F 15 Kuehler is survived bx his wife. Susan and two daughters ages 12 and 9 Kuehler is survived locally by his parents, Frhard and Ottie Kuehler his sister and brot herm law. Sharon and Dennis Conran, one brother and sister in law Kenneth .Joe and Ann KuehlerGBRA Continued from Paqe I quest a public hearing to deter mine whether the permit should be granted Welsch said he has met with several Lake Dunlap property owners and explained the function of the plant and the fact that it w ill discharge into the lake He said they had no objections All that is is recirculation hut it s considered discharge” so GBRA has to have a permit to return water to the lake he said Welsch said the plant will cost an estimated $4 millionWeatherNeed Some Relief For That Back Pain? 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RichardsonChiropracticClinic606 South Walnut - Walnut Square Shopping Center - 629-4488 generating plant Besides the KFRC' license, a permit from the Texas Water Commission is tied up in ap peals court U S Army Corps of Fngineers officials said Monday they are working with GBRA to approve a design for the project David Welsch GRRA's planning director said earlier today that despite delays, the river authority still plans to begin construction on the plant this summer "We have to make everything fit.” Welsch said referring to a construction schedule which requires a drastic reduction in lake outflow during a 60-day period when the outflow conduit is being lin ed The river authority official said heavy rains locally and upstream have complicated the construction plans We've got a lot of water up there in the lake We can't work if we have several thousand cubic feet per second coming out " he said Welsch added that GBRA probably will have to wait until the corps has released all of the flood water before construction can begin “Right now we still think it s reasonable to begin this summer " he saidObituaries Continued from Paqe I employee salar\ increase. $75,527 Altogether, four patrolmen, two criminal investigators, three part time clerical and six firefighter pose tions have been incorporated into the requested 1987 88 budget The firefighters are to staff a new substation on County Line Road, while the police department additions were re quested to shore up a force that reportedly is IO patrolmen short of state law enforcement standards Thieleman said that while the in creased transfer would help finance those requests, which amount to some $291,(MMI the city would still have to find the funds to maintain those expenditures annually while repaying SIU During citizen communications. Leonard Meyer noted the controver sy surrounding the transfer request and said trustees are acting too adversaria against the city "This utility belongs to the city of Sew Braunfels," said Meyer. We paid for it through bonds I can't ex plain why trustees are unanimously opposing the city " Meyer cited the recent negotiation as well as discussions recently over the city’s request to ha\e the $1,000 annual fee for using the utility meeting room, which ended in an exchange for approved rate increases At the trustee meeting May 29. a couple of members, including Robert Orr. accused the city of poor ad ministration and planning over the past several years, leading to the present financial burdens Tamayo refuted those comments, citing revenue shortfalls and police and fire department personnel additions as major factors in the budgetary crisisPublic meetings Special Workshop Session between County Commissioners and City Council Tuesday to disc uss terms of possible sale of city county landfill The meeting begins at 5:50 p rn on the third floor of the county cour thouse annex Water Watch Comal River........................ 550 cfs (up 82) Canyon Lake inflow..........4,531    cfs    (down    3,825) Canyon Lake outflow.................102    cfs    (up    2) Canyon Lake level................ 928.90    (up    3.01    )* Edwards Aquifer................... 628.90 (up.16) 'Because of the high lake level, Comal Park, Cranes Mill Park and Canyon Park are closed. Texas Weather    numerous showers and thunderstorms and brief heavy ram A vast area of South Icxas was possible, mainly north and east under a flash flood watch today as an Highs in the Kus Lows in the 60s Hill upper level disturbance continued to country 70s elsew here trigger heavy rainfall across an area    c    * • ,    ,    .    Extended Forecast saturated by earlier drenching rain    _    _ I he flash flood watch was enclosed Thursday Throuqh Saturday by a line from Del Rio to Menard to Georgetown to LaGrange and hack to    SOUTH    TFXAS    Mostly    cloudy Carrizo Springs and Del Rio    Thursday    through    Saturday    with a chance of    showers    or thunderstorms Forecast    au sections Lows in the Mis Hill SOUT H T FXAS Mostly cloudy Country and 70s elsewhere Highs in through Wednesday w itll scattered to the 80s except near 90 inland south Bertha Gay Nicholson Bertha Gay Nicholson. 91. of Route 2. Box TOTO. died June 6 at her home Services are at 2 pm today at Zoeller F uneral Home with the Rev Howard Thrift officiating Burial was in Guadalupe \ alley Memorial Hark Nicholson was horn March 19. 1896. to Albert and Hattie (nee Farmer Bonner in Labett. Kan She married Glenn Nicholson in Loving. N 5' on Sept 12. 1955 Nicholson was a retired waitress and was Baptist Survivors include her husband Glenn Nicholson of New Braunfels, her son. Robert W Weaver of F ort Worth; brother. M W Bonner of Wichita Falls six grandchildren, ll great grandchildren and one great great grandchild She was preceded rn death by two daughters, Faye McGuire and Juanita Spence John A. Sippel Services for John A Sippel of Cibolo w ill he at 5 p rn Wednesday at Doeppenschmidt F uneral Home w ith the Rev Gervas Meinzerof Cibolo of ficiating Burial will be in Comal Cemetery Sippel. 71. died June 7 at Santa Rosa Medical ('enter in San Antonio Sippel was born Sept 20. 1915. in Public Records District Court Civil Filmqs Mary Miller vs Circle K Corpora turn injuries and damages In the matter of George J Heuer Jr application for resignation of trustee Divorces Jerry Wayne and Mary Ann F rix Shane and Stacey Salmon Bruce and Le*Anne* F orc! County Court At Law Convictions Arthur Martin Mann. Rt ti Box THI Ixit 3. New Braunfels. DW I motion to revoke probation driver's license suspended I year; Mi days jail on weekends Raymond Max Schleicher. 215 Broadview Apt 2704. San Antonio. DW I $750 fine 180 days jail pro bated 2 years Guardian Interlock Program 18 months Bexar County Anti Buseprogram Mn heal Anthony Torres. 285 C M Allen San Marcos misdemeanor possession of marijuana; $50 fine Bryan Wayne Taylor, 411 1st St.; DW I $75o fine suspend driver's license I year IMO days jail. credit time served since April 9 San Antonio to F'.rnst Stonewall and Anna Marie nee McNamee Sippel He married Grace Pfeil in San An tonio on June I. 1946 A resident of Cibolo for 41 years. Sippel was a retired businessman and Catholic Sippel was a former Cibolo mayor and munic ipal judge* and had served as superintendent of the Schertz and Cibolo schools He* w as charter presi dent of the Converse Lions Club and a member of the Randolph Area Flks Club He was past president of the Universal City Chamber of Com meroo and was a member of the Tumbleweed Sam Travel (Tub Survivors include his wife. Grace Pfeil Sippel of Cibolo three sons. Lewis Borgfield. John I’ Sippel and David Sippel all of Cibolo, and seven grandchildren Visitation will be until 9 p rn Tues day at the funeral home Memorials may be given to the St Paul United Church of Christ of Cibolo or the charity of one s choice Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Mr and Mrs Mark Moeller. 129 Twin Oaks Seguin. 9 pound. 5 ounce boy. June4 Mr and Mrs Steve Beck. 5928 Heritage Hill. San Antonio 7 pound, 7 ounc e girl June 4 Figure World introduces for the Female Figure wortoiitswork! For a “KNOCKOUT” Body ;

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