New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 11, 1987, Page 2

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June 11, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Weather Water Watch Comal River............ Canyon Lake inflow. ... Canyon Lake outflow____ Canyon Lake level...... Edwards Aquifer . *Because of the high Park, Canyon Park and Forecast SOI TH TEXAS: Considerable cloudiness with occasional thundershowers more numerous north sections, through Friday Heavy rain and flooding are possi hie north through tonight Highs from the 80s north to near OO in land south Lows tonight mostly 70s. except 60s Hill Country WEST TEXAS Partly cloudy through Friday. Widely scattered showers and thunderstorms more numerous Permian Basin and Concho Valley Warmer most sec tions Friday Lows tonight in the 60s except near 70 Big Bend lowlands Highs Friday 87 Panhandle to % far west and upper 90s Big Bend valleys Texas Weather Rain continued across most of Texas today as the state’s weather remained under the in fluence of a subtropical high pressure system over the Southeastern states The system pumped tropical moisture across the state from the Gulf of Mexico, triggering rainfall that ranged from light to moderate rainfall to brief, heavy showers A flash flood watch covered the Hill Country, Edwards Plateau. Southeast Texas. South Central Texas and the coastal bend through tonight Skies were partly cloudy early today over the Panhandle and ex treme West Texas and mostly cloudy over the rest of the state Forecasts called for mostly cloudy skies with a chance of showers and thunderstorms statewide through tonight and into Friday Skies will be clearing over West Texas .........910 Cfs (up 410)  8,906 cfs (up 4,375) ............102    cfs (up I) .........932.51*    (up    1.60) ........... 629.15    (up .19) lake level, Cranes Mill Comal Park are closed. Lows tonight will be in the 60s and 70s Highs Friday will be in the 80s and 90s Early morning temperatures were in the 60s in West Texas and in the 70s elsewhere Extremes ranged from 53 at Marfa in the Davis Mountains of Southwest Texas to 80 at (ialveston and Cor pus Christi Other early morning temperatures around the state in eluded 65 at Amarillo. 72 at Wichita Falls. 78 at Fort Worth and Waco. 74 at Austin and San Antonio. 78 at Houston, ll at Brownsville. 71 at San Angelo. 68 at Lubbock. 67 at Midland and 60 at El Paso Extended Forecast Saturday through Monday SOI’TH TEXAS: Mostly cloudy with a chance of thundershowers most sections Saturday Peeress ing clouds Sunday with a chance of thundershowers east and cen tral Partly cloudy Monday with a chance of thundershowers east Lows in the 70s except in the 60s Hill Country Highs in the 80s ex cep! in the 90s southwest WEST TEXAS: Widely scat tered thunderstorms possible late each day generally east of the mountains, otherwise partly cloudy Panhandle and South Plains highs mid 80s to near 90, lows lower to mid Mis Permian Basin and Concho Valley highs in upper 80s to lower 90s. low s mid to upper Mis Far West highs in lower to mid 90s, lows mid 60s Big Bend highs from mid 80s mountains to around IMI valleys lows from near 60 mountains to near 70 along Hie river Rainfall totals Location.................................Inches As of ll a m. Thursday Royal Forest (east county)...........................I OO Canyon Lake Forest (south side)......................0.70 Stonehouse Realty (Potters Creek Rd.)...............1.50 New Braunfels Herald (Landa Street).................1.50 Bulverde.............................................I.OO Sauder Lane (4 miles south Seguin)...................0.90 Sun Valley (west of Smithson Valley).................2.20 Selma_ Continued from Page I she opposes having both Fey and Friesenhahn on the council ‘Fey has never been voted upon to serve this council,” Jobe said. “Her first term, she was appointed The se cond term, no one ran against her and this will be the third time and she is appointed again “And she just happens to be related to one of the council members, which I just don t think is fair to the public to put her in again,” Jobe said Selma resident Greg Baber also spoke out “Fey supported the water bond issue and lower taxes and I don’t think you can have both.” he said “I think the people of this com munity asked Annie Fey to exit stage Bringing her on is going to cause a lot of animosity ” Dennis Harper, another Selma resident, said.“I don t think it is fair to have your sister on the same coun cit It appears there is so much political motivation on this council, all they want to do is p::sh and push for passage of that SI.5 million water system, and we are left with empty pockets.” Harper continued to express con cern about the high taxes that would result should such a package be pass ed They promise us a slow tax in crease, just how slow are we talking about’’ And even more so. what figures are we generally speaking about as far as an tax increase is con cerned?” he asked “All I can say is this, any time you pass a SI 5 million water package you’re talking at>out a fairly good fax increase.” Harper said Obituaries Record Police Report New Braunfels police were sum mooed Sunday to the residence of Comal County Court at Law Judge Hon Prichard for a report of a family disturbance there The police report shows that the disturbance at Prichard’s Comal River Condominium residence was violent in nature According to police department spokesman, no charges were filed in the incident Prichard was sworn in as county court at law judge Jan I after defeating incumbent Charles Blacke Iv in last November's elections Prichard won despite reports of a previous driving while intoxicated when Prichard practiced law in Dallas He also served as a city pro secutor in Dallas before moving to Comal County to accept the assistant prosecutor’s position under County Attorney Bill Kenner The unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, a gray 1986 Ford pickup bearing Texas license plates 143-IJV, taken from a residence overnight Wednesday in the 1800 block of River Acres, was reported to New Braunfels Police Pedro P Lucio, 88. of San Marcos. was arrested Wednesday afternoon at a department store in the I loo block of Interstate 85 West and charged with Class C theft for the alleged theft of assorted clothing and a power tool valued at $71 19. Nothing was reported stolen in an attempted burglary during the week of a church in the 2300 block of W est San Antonio Street — A store in the HOO block of Interstate 35 West reported Wednesday evening the theft of 20 pre recorded video cassette tapes, valued at $560 The theft Wednesday of a $300 chain saw from a carport in the 700 bloc k of Klmgeman w as reported Two televisions, a radio, stereo and microwave were stolen in a burglary during the week of a residence in the 200 block of Lincoln Street A business iii the 4:too block of I s 8i West reported Wednesday the passing of a forged check in the amount of $488 07 A grocery store in the 8oo block of West San Antonio Street reported Wednesday evening the theft of $8> worth of brisket and pork chops The following is reported by Comal County Sheriff's office. Sheriffs authorities are searching for Shirley Ann Donne, 51, who has been missing from her Bracken residence since June 3 Doe tie’s ad dress is listed as Route 20, Box 209F, and was reported missing by a relative of the house Duane, deserib ed as 5 feet tall, weighs 170 pounds She is caucasian with a light com plection. blue eyes and brown hair Persons with information about Duane’s whereabouts are asked to call the sheriff’s office at 625-9141 — Authorities with Comal County Sheriffs Department, Bexar County Sheriffs Department, Department of Public Safety Auto Theft department. and Texas Ranger’s offices converged on a Bulverde mans residence Tuesday, executing a search warrant. Arrested and placed in Comal County jail on a $1,000 bond on a charge of tampering with property identification numbers, a Class A misdemeanor, is J R Mason, 65 Authorities reported recovering several rifles believed stolen in San Antonio, televisions, cameras and handguns Persons with information regarding any felony crime are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 420-TIPS and speak to the officer on duty. Informants remain completely anonymous. Crime Stoppers pays rewards of up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest and grand jury indictment of persons committing felony crimes. Loni E. Pape Services foi Loin E Pope of Route 8 Box 84 AA, will Ik* at 2 p rn today cit /.eelier Funeral Home with the Rev Linwood Kennedy officiating Burial will follow at Cranes Mill Cemetery Pape. 87, died June lo at Colonial Manor Nursing Horne A New Braunfels resident since 1979 Cape was born F’eh 17. 1900, in Cranes Mill to Louis and Helene nee Haas* Kaderli. She married Ottmar Pape in New Braunfels on Feb 18. 1923 Ile preceded her in de.ith in 1978 Pape was a homemaker and a member of the first Protestant I nited ( hurch of Christ She also was a member of the Fischer Store Bowl mg Club Mission Valley Bowling Cluti and the Freiheit Row ling Club survivors include two daughters. Roma Kaderli and Melba Kraft both of New Braunfels, two sisters Selma Haas and Irene Jonas, both of New Braunfels, one brother Lano Kaderli. five grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren Pallbearers include Harvey Scheel. U»ro> Scheel Raymond Pape. Gene Pape. George Weeklev and Kermit Jonas Memorials rnav be made to the F’irst Protestant Ended Church of Christ s BRAUHTEX TWIN rn At this time F'ey said, she does not know how a water system will affect taxes in Selma 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 decisions, in fact my brother didn t even vote for me," she said “However, .serving with my brother on the same council is a real honor This doesn t mean he doesn't have his own opinion-and I don t have mine." F'ey supports installment of a proposed w ater system a plan she has been pushing for more than two years The system was a heated issue last April when .lobe and F'ey locked horns Jobe wants the current w-ater system to undergo a major overhauling, which in turn would save both money and taxes, the of ficial says Fey wants a new water system to be installed which Johe says will cost an “arm and a leg ’ Many residents say they now believe that because F'ey is again on council, .lobe will back off her cam paign to overhaul the water sytem, but -lobe disagrees “Residents must he made aware of the consequences involved," she said “The residents against it are from Olympia Subdivision and they get their water from I niversal City,” F'ey said “The people in Selma Park P'states have a well hut it doesn t accommodate the houses there and there are more going up " “People in town get their water out of my brother’s well He’s just being good hearted and letting people use it for a very small charge, ” F ey said Olympia resident Cal ('rochet has also voiced concern about the propos ed water system ‘ I think we should study this in detail, especially if there is federal money available to help fund this svstem." he said Crochet has questioned council members about water purchases from nearby Schertz or from another system Crochet might be getting some results if the council can put together a package to purchase a $125,000 water system from I^if /ars, owner of the Selma Park F'states Water Svstem Continued from Page I crossings around town Park Ranger Lee Hart said today the Corps of F'ngineer officials in F't Worth were planning to open releases from the lake to 2,500 cubic feet per second tomorrow’ and then up to 5,200 cfs by June 15 to relieve the lake of high waters w’hich have forced the closings of nearly all parks there since June 3 Hart said. though. because of con tinued rains, the option to release more than UM) or so cubic feet per se cond could change at any time. Corps officials, who control outflow rates after the lake level rises above 909 feet msl. have kept release rate*; around IOO cfs to mitigate downstream flooding “Outflow rates are subject to change with the weather conditions. Hart said Recreational activity in the Guadalupe River below the dam become dangerous when outflow rates exceed ‘2.i*oo cfs Flood waters in the Guadalupe River have had to he controlled due to flooding in Victoria and Cuero where rivers and creeks have swell ed weel above flood stage, leaving hundreds of people homeless and resulting in millions of dollars in pro perty damage over the past two weeks A dispatcher with the Victoria County Sheriff s office today said the rivers had begun weeding earlier in the week hut with new rains, pro blems are expected to worsen "It has been horrible here.” said Randy Albert of the Victoria sheriff s office “We have had four inches of rain in the past couple of days and we are continuing to get rain Manx areas are still flooded “ Hart said it takes nearly four days for water at Canyon Lake dam to reach Victoria and said lake officials will monitor downstream river levels before procedtng with any increased lake releases David Welseh. planning director for the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority, said that with continued strong rain in the Kerrville area, strong inflows into the lake are ex peeled If inflows cause the lake level to reach the spillway, river flow’s wall be increased hut the dam will not be threatened The dam is literally a high earthen wall barrier with a notch in it" he said, adding that extremely high water can flow through that notch “The dam is built even higher than that and that way you assure the in tegritv of the structure The water never gets higher than the spillway he said The reason for the heavy inflow in to the lake is the enormous amount of runoff from up stream. Welseh said As rains have continued in the Central Texas region for more than three weeks, the ground is saturated, he said “You have a strong flow it all runs off and then subsides," he ad ded Howard Spandau. owner of the Guadalupe Outpost, said the river is running at about 806 cubic feet per se cond near his business That is about the same he has soon for several w’eeks. he said “We haven t had any problems w’lth high water over here We’re in good shape here That’s just close to a normal flow." he said Once the I S. Army Corps of Engineers iii creases outflows at Canyon Lake Spandau said the flow near his business will increase to about 5,000 cfs “That doesn t even take it out of the banks.’’ Spandau added The Comal River this morning was flow ing at 910 cubic feet per second The record for outflow from the Lur da Hark springs is 550 cfs Bill Pep** who takes doth readings of the river flow and the Edwards I nderg roil od Aquifer, said the Com al River reading includes the flow from the Dry (Amal and from Blieders ('reek Thursday lune I Uh 7 30 11 30 Rob Watkins Friday lune I ?th 8 I ? Billy Sink Band Saturday June 13th 9 I Alvin Crow Sunday luneHthSS David Ballsy Tuesday June 16th I 30 11 30 Billy Sink Wednesday June 17th / 30 ll 30 Robert Keen 625 0142 El Fiesta Saturday. June IS MAGIC • to I 'S OO with out invitation Sunday, June 14 £1 Conjunto de Henry Zimmorle a to to to so *4 OO hvforv § SO all can beer *1.00 Sunday only 73S E. 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