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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas Weather June Selma Water Watch domal Canydn Lake canyon Lake Canyon Lake Edwards Because of the high Canyon Park and Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Considerable cloudiness with occasional more numerous north through Heavy rain and flooding are possi ble north through Highs from the 80s north to near 90 in land Lows tonight mostly except 60s Hill WEST TEXAS Partly cloudy through Widely scattered showers and thunderstorms more numerous Permian Basin and Concho Warmer most sec tions Lows tonight in the 60s except near 70 Big Bend Highs Friday 87 Panhandle to 96 far west and up per 90s Big Bend Texas Weather Rain continued across most of Texas today as the states weather remained under the in fluence of a subtropical high pressure system over the Southeastern The system pumped tropical moisture across the state from the Gulf of triggering rainfall that ranged from light to moderate rainfall to heavy A flash flood watch covered the Hill Edwards Southeast South Central Texas and the coastal bend through Skies were partly cloudy early today over the Panhandle and ex treme West Texas and mostly cloudy over the rest of the Forecasts called for mostly cloudy skies with a chance of showers and thunderstorms statewide through tonight and into Skies will be clearing over West Up up lake Cranes Mill Comal Park are Lows tonight will be in the 60s and Highs Friday will be in the 80s and Early morning temperatures were in the 60s in West Texas and in the 70s Extremes ranged from 53 at Marfa in the Davis Mountains of Southwest Texas to 80 at Galveston and Cor pus Other early morning temperatures around the state in cluded 65 at 72 at Wichita 73 at Fort Worth and 74 at Austin and San 73 at 77 at 71 at San 68 at 67 at Midland and 60 at El Extended Forecast Saturday through Monday SOUTH TEXAS Mostly cloudy with a chance of thundershowers most sections Decreas ing clouds Sunday with a chance of thundershowers east and cen Partly cloudy Monday with a chance of thundershowers Lows in the 70s except in the 60s Hill Highs in the 80s ex cept in the 90s WEST TEXAS Widely scat tered thunderstorms possible late each day generally east of the otherwise partly Panhandle and South Plains highs mid80s to near lows lower to Permian Basin and Concho Valley highs in upper 80s to lower lows mid to upper Far West highs in lower to lows Big Bend highs from mid80s mountains to around 100 lows from near 60 mountains to near 70 along the Rainfall totals As of 11 Thursday Royal Forest east Canyon Lake Forest Stonehouse Realty Potters Creek New Braunfels Herald Landa ioo Sauder Lane 4 miles south Sun Valley west of Smithson Police Report New Braunfels police were sum moned Sunday to the residence of Comal County CourtatLaw Judge Ron Prichard for a report of a family disturbance The police report shows that the disturbance at Prichards Comal River Condominium residence was violent in According to police department no charges were filed in the Prichard was sworn in as county courtatlaw judge 1 after defeating incumbent Charles Blacke ly in last Novembers Prichard won despite reports of a driving while intoxicated when Prichard law in He also served as a city pro secutor in DalJas before moving to County to accept the assistant position under County Attorney BUI The unauthorized use of a motor a gray pickup Bearing Texas license plates from a residence overnight jn the 300 bloeK of River was reported to New Pedro or Sgn Msr Wectnesdjy after noon at i in the JJOQ block of Interstate 35 West and with CJass p theft for the glje ged theft of clothing and a power tool valued at Nothing was reported stolen in an atteropitNi burglary 4ujing the Wfefe of a churph in the W block of West Sao Afttonteglf eft 4 in toe uw la tersute 35 West reported Wednesday residence in the 200 block of Lincoln A business in the 4300 block of 81 West reported Wednesday the passing of a forged check in the amount of A grocery store in the 800 block of West San Antonio Street reported Wednesday evening the theft of worth of brisket and pork The following is reported by Comal County Sheriffs off Sheriffs authorities are sear ching for Shirley Ann who has been missing from her Bracken residence since June Poanes ad dress is listed as Route Box and was reported missing by a relative of the describ ee as 5 feet weighs 170 She is Caucasian with a light com blue eyes and brown Persons with information about Poanes whereabouts are asked to call the sheriffs office at Authorities with Comal County Sheriffs Rexar County Sheriffs Pepartment of Public Safety Auto Theft depart antJ Texas Rangers offices converged on a Bulverde mans residence executing a search and placed in Comal County jail on a bond en a charge of tampering with property identification a Class A h JB AuihpjjJies reported recovering several jj cameras is video cassette r tbflt 3 im saw from carport in the 700 were Owe to Of a mm 4109 any ftJsay srunt in Silk Crime ft s tut m duty Iflrffliatf csmpifttiy Crime Sittfta ftp rt 1 si up um 191 jjUe tm Mat Jfidi m arrti Bexar has no record of arrest WMR ftMUfifea by 4 pwl jury m m Hrae4 tote continued from Page 1 she opposes having both Fey arid Friesenhahh on the fey has never been voted upon to serve this Jobe Her first she was The se cond no one rah against her and this will be the third time and she is appointed And she just happens to be related to one of the council which I just dont think is fair to the public to put her in Jobe Selma resident Greg Baber also spoke Fey supported the water bond issue and lower taxes and I dont think you can have he I think the people of this com munity asked Annie Fey to exit Bringing her on is going to cause a lot of Dennis another Selma dont think it is fair to have your sister on the same coun It appears there is so much political motivation on this all they want to do is push and push for passage of that million water and we are left with empty Harper continued to express con cern about the high that would result should such a package be pass They promise us a slow tax in how slow are we talking about And even more what figures are we generally speaking about as far as an tax increase is con cerned he All I can say is any time you pass a million water youre talking about a fairly good tax Harper Obituaries Loni Rape Services for Loni Pape of Route Box 84 will be at 2 today at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Linwood Kennedy Burial will follow at Cranes Mill died June 10 at Colonial Manor Nursing A New Braunfels resident since Pape was born in Cranes Mill to Louis and HeJene nee Haas She married Ottmar Pape in New Braunfels on He preceded her in death in Pape was a homemaker and a member of the First Protestant United Church of She also was a member of the Fischer Store Bowl ing Mission Valley Bowling Club and the Freiheit Bowling Survivors include two Roma Kaderli and Melba both of New Braunfels two Selma Haas and Irene both of New Braunfels one Lano Kaderli five grandchildren and 12 Pallbearers include Harvey Leroy Raymond Gene George Weekley and Kermit Memorials may be made to the First Protestant United Church of J BRAUNTEX TWIN 29O W Bin At this Fey she does not know how a water system will affect taxes in She said she also believes her appointment on the council to serve with her brother will not have a major effect on mak ing crucial in fact my brother didnt even vote for she serving with my brother on the same council is a real This doesnt mean he doesnt have his own I dont have Fey supports installment of a pro posed water system a plan she has been pushing for more than two The system was a heated issue last April when Jobe and Fey locked horns Jobe wants the current water system to undergo a major which in turn would save both money and the of ficial Fey wants a new water system to be which Jobe says will cost an arm and a Many residents say they now believe that because Fey is again on Jobe will back off her cam paign to overhaul the water but Jobe Residents must be made aware of the consequences The residents against it are from Olympia Subdivision and they get their water from Universal Fey The people in Selma Park Estates have a but it doesnt ac commodate the houses there and there are more going People in town get their water out of my brothers Hes just being goodhearted and letting people use it for a very small Fey Olympia resident Cal Crochet has also voiced concern about the propos ed water I think we should study this in especially if there is federal money available to help fund this he Crochet has questioned council members about water purchases from nearby Schertz or from another Crochet might be getting some results if the council can put together a package to purchase a water system from Leif owner of the Selma Park Estates Water June lllh Rob Watkins June 12th 812 Billy Sink Band June 13th 91 Alvin Crow June 14lh 59 David Halley June 16th Billy Sink June 17lh Robert Keen 6250142 THE DEMONS rs Dally JonCryer IPO Morgan Coming Home Coming June Keith Whitley SUMMER KIDS SHOWS 9 Cicit Left Every TUCI StMon Ticket Single RAINBOW BHITE Prtiei free Mixed Drinkt AflwnoQF MitiflK liruin Price June 12 9tol Jay Eric ft Blicders Creek June 13 9to 2 The Goolaks Hollos Whole Brisket BBQ 46 Whole or Half BBQ Hams Family Pack Special Choice of 1 Meat Includes Sauss Beef Potato Salad Sausage 1 Pinto Beans eole Slaw BBQChietenToQQQnly 7II 6291625 Record Continued from Page 1 t crossings around Park Ranger Lee Hart said the Corps of Engineer officials in Worth were planning to open releases from the lake to cubic feet per second tomorrow and then up to cfs by June 15 to relieve the lake of high waters which have forced the closings of nearly all parks there since June Hart because of con tinued the option to release more than 100 or so cubic feet per se cond could change at any Corps Who control outflow rates after the lake level rises above 909 feet have kept release rates around 100 cfs to mitigate downstream Outflow rates are subject to change with the weather Hart Recreational activity in the Guadalupe River below the dam become dangerous when outflow rates exceed Flood waters in the Guadalupe River have had to be controlled due to flooding in Victoria and Cuero where rivers and creeks have swell ed weel above flood leaving hundreds of people homeless and resulting in millions of dollars in pro perty damage over the past two A dispatcher with the Victoria County Sheriffs office today said the rivers had begun receeding earlier in the week but with new pro blems are expected to It has been horrible said Randy Albert of the Victoria sheriffs We have had four inches of rain in the past couple of days and we are continuing to get Many areas are still Hart said it takes nearly four days water at Canyon Lake dam to reach Victoria and said lake officials will monitor downstream river levels before preceding with any increased lake David planning director for the GuadalupeBlattco River said that with continued strong rain in the Kerrville strong inflows into the lake are ex If inflows cause the lake level to reach the river flows will be increased but the dam will not be The dam is literally a high earthen wall barrier with a notch in he adding that ex tremely high water can flow through that The dam is built even higher than that and that way you assure the tegrity of the The water never gets higher than the he The reason for the heavy inflow in to the lake is the enourmous amount of runoff from up Welsch As rains have continued in the Central Texas region for more than three the ground is he You have a strong it all runs off and then he ad Howard owner of the Guadalupe said the river is running at about 800 cubic feet per se cond near his That is about the same he has seen for several he We havent had any problems with high water over Were in good shape Thats just close to a normal he Once the Army Corps of Engineers in creases outflows at Canyon Spandau said the flow near his business will increase to about That doesnt even take it out of the Spandau The Comal River this morning was flowing at 910 cubic feet per The record for outflow from the Lan da Park springs is 550 Bill who takes daily readings of the river flow and the Edwards Underground said the Com al River reading includes the flow from the Dry Comal and from Blieders El Fiesta June 13 MAGIC Btol with out invitation June 14 El Coivjtmto de Henry Zimmorle to before all can beer Sunday only 4354 Elks Annonces the opening of their new addition June 13 8 to 12 George Quintuplets Open to the public SemiFormal couples single Call for reservations 3795015 Lone Star Theatres Walnuts g CinemaS New Braunfels 62N400 San Marcos 3533555 Dally Dally Dally mi SKuiot M Dally SUCCESS Dally Kid Show at Walnut 6 One OClock Only SET TWO B pROVOlgNl ie The pizza in
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