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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas 1987 Briefly Scoreboard Horseshoe tournament Sunday The New Braunfcls Horseshoe Club will sponsor its monthly tournament at 3 Sunday at the A handicap system will he utilized so that players of all caliber will ho Anyone Interested in joining the club women or juniors may attend and sign For more in contact Scott Schumann at Water Works session scheduled The New Bratinfels Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor Session II of its Water Works The class will begin June IB and ends July The class will meet on Wednesdays and Thursdays at the Landa Park The registration fee of will be collected on the first day of N BGA plays added money The New Braunfcls Golf Association will play an added money tournament on Saturday arid Sunday at the Landa Park Golf The previously scheduled Sunday Scramble has been The Guys and Dolls tournament will take place at on June Annual fees were due on or before June All golfers who have not yet paid their annual fees must now pay a daily fee to Youth baseball camp next week There will be a baseball camp for youths ages II 12 beginning Monday at the National League The oneweek camp will take place from 1 until 4 Coaching the clinic will be New Braunfels High School head baseball coach Peter and assistant coach Neal Also coaching will be the head coaches of San Marcos and Anthony Tobias and Bill Miller The cost is for the first child for 15 hours of Any additional child in a family will cost All participants will receive a souvenir Swimming lessons at T Bar M Three sessions of swimming lessons will be available for children at T Bar M through New Braunfcls ISO Community The first session runs June 15 through July The second session will last from July 6 until July 23 and the final session will take place July 27 through August Children ages seven and older will meet from until Ages4 through 6 will meet from until Threeyear olds will meet from Until Classes will feature a low The sessions are three weeks in length and will meet Monday through The cost is per Call to register or come by the Educa tion Center at 430 West Mill Summer Festival this weekend A coed volleyball tournament for B and C division teams will be part of the activities at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Churchs Summer Also Included will be a h6fsesh6es tour nament This doubleelimination tournament will take place at 11 on Saturday and Three Parks Run on Saturday The New Braunfels Running club will host the Three Parks Run in Landa Park on The run will begin by the train station at 8 This is a fun run and local and even trudgers are encouraged to par Each participant will receive a Awards will be presented to overall male and female first through third finishers In each age Firstplace overall male and female finishers will receive a oneday pass to the Schlltterbahn Fami ly Water Proceeds go to the New Braunfels Running Club for community projects and the Comal County Division of the American Cancer The TriCounty Corporate Challenge 5K will take place In conjunction with the Three Parks Corporations in Comal and Guadalupe coun ties are eligible to Contact Charles Sandberg at the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department at 6255818 for more Anyone interested in information regarding the run may call Ray or Beverly Koehn at 6290299 or Keith Maxwell at On the tMUKSbAY Atlanta at Cincin 8 Basketball NBA Champion Game 5 LA Lakers at Local sports SATUfcbAY 8 Running Three Parks 5k Landa il Karate fflll Country Invita tional New Braunfels High 5 Track and Field Practice meet for anybody 618 at New Braunfels High School Baseball American Little League W L Sonic 9 I Mission Valley 6 3 Texas Commerce Bank 5 4 Schlitterbahn 2 7 CocaCola 1 8 Intermediate 5 1 Elks 5 2 Krueger 2 4 Crows 1 6 Pee Wees Domlnos 7 0 General Portland 6 I Vollbrcchts 4 4 Landa 4 4 Kunkel Insurance 2 6 Powell Insurance 1 7 NBA By The Associated Press CHAMPIONSHIP Tuesdays Game LoS Angeles Boston Los Angeles leads series 31 todays dame Los Angeles at Boslori Sundays Game Boston at Los If necessary Tuesdays Game Boston at Los If necessary Transactions By The Associated Precis BASEBALL American League DETROIT TIGEKSPIaced Dave flfst on the 15day disabled Recalled Morris pit from Toledo of the International NEW YORK YANKEESSent Joel o Columbus of the Inter national National League PHILADELPHIA PHlLLlESTraded Mike to the New York Yankees for Keith and Shane shortstop assigned Hughes to Maine of the International League and Turner to Reading of tlie Eastern SAN DIEGO PADllESNamed Chub Feeney FOOTBALL National Football League CHICAGO BEARSReached terms on a oneyear contract with Walter running Signed Anthony running and Ivan defensive to oneyear LOUIS CARDINALSSlgned Rich HOCKEY National Hockey League CALGARY FLAMESAnnounced the retirement of Doug and made him an assistant millllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIMIHIIIIIIII mimiimimmiiiiiimiimimmiuiiHiuimiiiiimfii Illllti Waterfowl seasons remain the same AUSTIN The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has proposed 198788 waterfowl hun ting seasons and bag limits that are basically un changed from the previous The proposed regulations will be considered for adoption by the Parks and Wildlife Commission in its July 23 public hearing in Dale migratory game bird program coor said recent declines in breeding popula tions of waterfowl makes necessary a continuation of conservative harvest management im plemented in The 1986 breeding populations of pin tails and total ducks were the second lowest recorded since systematic surveys began in Witt He added that the lowest populations were recorded in Proposed season opening and closing dates for all species remain unchanged from last Witt except for adjustments for calendar varia tions and to maximize hunter opportunity where After all hunting regulations for waterfowl will be published in the departments Late Season Migratory Hunting which will be available from department offices and hunting license outlets during The proposed season for ducks and coots in the eastern portion of the state is 31 through 2129 and In the High Plains Mallard Management Unit of West the season is proposed for 31 through 8 and 21 through The proposed 100point system of duck bag limits would remain unchanged from last Under the point 100point ducks are mallard mottled ducks and black ducks 70 point ducks are wood hooded mergansers and fulvous and blackbellied whistl ing ducks 20point ducks are all teal gad shovelers and mergansers except hooded rnergnasers 35point ducks are all other ducks not except the season is closed on masked clucks and The daily bag limit on coots is with a posses sion limit of The season for light geese in the eastern portion of the state is proposed for 31 through 24 the dark goose season would be 31 through 29 and 7 through The bag limit in that portion of the state would be five light geese and one Canada or black brant and one white fronted Possession limits are twice the dai In the western portion of the the proposed season for all goose species is 27 though The daily bag limit is five not to include more than two dark Possession limits are twice the daily bag Sandhill crane seasons again are proposed to be on a threezone Proposed dates for Zone A are 7 through Zone B is 28 through 7 and Zone C is 2 through Bag limits are proposed for three per day and six in A special issued by the would be required of sandhill crane Permits are issued upon written request to the 4200 Smith School TX The proposed woodcock season is 21 through The bag limit would be five wood cock per day and 10 in The common snipe jacksnipe season is proposed for 31 until The bag limit would be eight per 16 in Shooting hours for all lateseason migratory species is onehalf hour before sunrise until Canyon Lake the site of qualifying tourney Area as well as many from surrounding will be competing for more than in cash and other awards at Canyon Lake on June This will be a qualifying event that will allow anglers from this area to earn a berth on the state team that will be invited to the grand prix of striper The weekend activities begin with a free fishing clinic hosted by Stu recognized world wide as the absolute authority on striped The location of the seminar is Jerry Moores Canyon Lake Tackle The popular fishing clinic is slated for Friday June and will start at Registration and door prizes will be available at that time as The clinic is open to the Stripers have highlighted re cent catches at Canyon Lake and many fish in the 20pound class are expected to be taken during the Like all Striper Magazine this one is open to women and youngsters who compete on an equal Both big fish and total weight categories are in Jerry of Canyon Lake Fish and Tackle Weve worked hard to bring this nationally significant event to Canyon Lake and we Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce plan on surrounding the derby with lots of other fun Fishing Report AUSTIN AIM Merc is the weekly fishing report as compiled by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for June 11 CENTRAL BASTROI1 Water 78 lake full black bass fairly good to 4 pounds on blue backed chrome IlatL Traps in 45 feet of water hybrid striper slow crnppie fair at night to 25 fish per string on live minnows in 1B2U feet of water over brush catfish fairly good to 12 pounds on worms and BUCHANAN Water clear in mud dy in the upper 75 2 inches below flood all flood gates closed midweek black bass fair to pounds on black Tiny Torpedoes early in 6 feet of water striper fair to a pounds on live perch in fO55 feet of water crappie fair with strings to 15 fish on minnows in 20 feet of water white bass good to 60 fish per str ing on pearl Lil George catfish good to 18 pounds on cutbait and stinkbait in 812 feet of CANYON Water fairly a little off color in upper end of 75 lake level 21 feet high and rising all fishing slow except catfish which are excellent mostly in the 15 pound range in the submerged grass areas on nightcrawlers and Catfishing good on Woodlands Country Club 18th boaters made passes around tennis courts this Cranes Comal and Canyon Parks are closed due to high Other subdivision ramps are GIBBONS CREEK Water slightly mud dy due to runoff and 75 nor mal level black bass fairly good but most ly in the a couple of 7pouiid keepers during the week on purple lizards and buzz baits crappie fairly good with strings to 18 fish on minnows catfish good to four pounds on chicken livers rains fairly steady for the last LBJ Water 75 lake full black bass fair to 3 pounds on Rebel silver and black Broken Minnows striper fair to 8 pounds on Manns Deep Hawg Tiger Shad crappie good to 20 fish per str ing on glitter grubs in areas where water clear white bass good to 45 f ish per string up Colorado arm QJJ Redeye spoon catfish on trotJine to 16 pounds on slirinip and live perch yellow catfish good to 48 Pftumds on live TRAVIS Lake Pedernales arm arm 78 laV level C feet high black bass fairly to 4 A pftvuids on top waters and Crazy several in Uie pound range on SPAMXers bass excellent in good numbers of Spanish mackerel around jetties good numbers of jackfish to pounds around jetties a few little tunney tu about 8 pounds from the jetties beach front producing trout and a few ling from the piers and the usual sandtrout and croakers fishing should improve when the rains slow down heavy rains since the weekend live bait Off shore producing kingfish to i5 some ling to to bonito and red Larry Sim ons of Houston last Friday landed a pound tiger shark offshore which will be submitted for possi ble state PORT OCONNOR Trout tournament over weekend with largest trout weighing4 6 ounces from South Pass in San Antonio Bay Guadalupe and San Antonio Rivers have dumped much fresh water In to the bays so fishing has slowed jetties produced a 4 5 ounce trout good numbers of redfish over weekend at South Pringle Coast Guard Flats and in the surf no offshore activity live bait shrimp available at per Rains closed slate highway 35 near CORPUS CHRIST Upper Laguna Madre from Corpus Christi Bay to Baffin Bay very slow from Baffin Bay to the Landcut there are good catches of trout to 8 pounds and reds to 30 inches live bait shrimp available at 9 Oso Pier pro ducing a few trout just above minimum size on live and dead shrimp a few gafftop to 4 pounds on dead No rain Bob Hall Pier producing some redfish and trout late woinjs aftd live crawfish in 25 feet oi sMpjar sJLpw cjrspjiie slfrw white cajUlsJj fajr fttt tmtUae U 5 Jieayy rajas restricted inshore fisUwg some Uout bet ween on tee sMfly wp East a few redJfeb to 3Q amwjd Uie m teaJ LOWER COLORADO RIVER AUTHORITY NOTICE OF RATE CHANGE REQUEST The Lower Colorado River Authority has filed an Application for Authority to Change Rates with the Public Utility Commission of Texas and the City of Austin The effective date of the proposed which involve the LCRAs 44 wholesale customers and 70 letail is lune 1987 For the Period ending November the proposed changes are expected to result in a systemwide annual revenue increase of 4 million which is a 12 9 increase when compared to the fully adjusted total operating revenues for the test year ending September 1086 The base rate revenues would be increased by 2 million or 33 while the fuel revenues would be decreased by S3 8 million or 3 VI Persons who wish to intervene or otherwise participate in these proceedings whould notify the Commission as soon as A request to or for further information should be mailed to the Public Utility Commission of 7800 Shoal Creek Suite Texas Further information may also be obtained by calling the Public Utility Commission Consumer Affairs Division at 512 4580223 or or 51214580221 teletypewriter for the deaf LpWER CpLOgADP CONSERVATION TIP SUMMER Put the squeeze on your cooling Even in a wellinsulated air leakage through cracks and gaps can add up to 30 percent of your cooling caulking and weatherstripping are two cost effective measures you can take tp keep cool air where it the By sealing cracks and gaps inside and outside of your caulking prevents hot air from seeping in and cppl air from slipping put yyeather sjripping serves the pur pose when appjied around the perimeter of exterior doors and on the inside of window When looking for cracks and check where pipes and wires enter the outside walls or Examine areas where two different materials for brick and wood or parts of your home And check under the exterior eaves of your Whether you caulk or try to use the highest grade Theyll perform better and wont need to be replaced as If you put the squeeze on your homes cracks anc gaps this your cooling cpsts wont put the squeeze on you This is part of a senes of informative reports developed ty PEC to help you save energy and Johnsojj Canyon Kyif Lake Marble and Dropping
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