New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 11, 1987, Page 9

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung June 11, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Heratd-/eitung New Braunfels Tora* Thursday June'i 1987 Paqe9 Briefly.Scoreboard Horseshoe tom figment Sunday The New Braunfels Hor -eshne C Int) will sponsoi its monthly tournament al p rn ^ • n > * I >v at the Fairgrounds A handicap system .'.ill he utilized o lhal players <>l all caliber 'll lie competitive Anyone interested iii tooling Hie * hit> mon omen or juniors) may attend and IRM up For mole m formation conlael Neon Schumann at 625 *m»h:» Water Works session scheduled I he New Braunfels Harks and Recreation Department will ponsoi Session ll of its Water Works class I heelns' w ill begin .lune I a and ends July 23 The class wi and Thursday) registration I pi dav of class niM'l en Mondays Wednc at tho I anda Hark Fool if S''S 'a ill tx* i ollected or' th* ays rim lr st N RGA plays addnd money Hie New Braunfels <hill Association vill play rn added money lour 'lament on Satin dav and Sunday at the I .anda Park Dolt ( oui e Hie previously scheduled Sunday Scramble has hecu cancelled Hie (im and Dolls tournament v. ill I ake place ii tarn on .lune 25 \nnual leo- woie (toe on rn hetore .lune I MI golfer- 1 ho hav»« ru t \('t paid iheir annual fe< must no'.y pas-a daily lee to play Youth baseball camp next woek I'here xx ill he a hasehnll 12 beginning Monday ii fields •amp lot youth Hie National age Iglie i tie one week camp will take place from I p rn until I p m Coaching the clinic will be Neyv Br umfols High School head baseball coach Peter Malva and isMstant coach Neal Miller Also coaching v ill be the head coaches of San Marcos md .Judson Anthony I chias and Bill Miller respectively no cost is VG lor the iii st child for lf» hours of nstnicliori Any additional child in a family will •ost '5 Ail participants will receive a souvenir shirt. Swimming lessons at T Bar M Iht co essions of syy burning lessons wi 11 be iy ailable tor children at T Bar M through New Br aludels ISI) ( (immunity (''duration The lit t session runs June 15 through July 2 rue ocond session will last from July ti until July Ai and the final session will take place July 27 through August hi Children age*- -even md older will meet from upni until ' nip iii \ges I through ti will meet Horn up.rn until J: la p.rn Three-year olds will meet I rom * AU p in until I abp rn ( las es v ill feature a loyv student ' teacher ratio lite e- tops ire three weeks in length and will meet Mona through Thursday The cost is SIH per yveek ( ill ii.’n «' Mio to register or come by the Education ('enfin d un West Mill Street Summer Festival this weekend \ co-ed volleyball tournament tor V B and C 'lo ’stun teams a. ill be part of the activities at (tor I aly of Perpetual Help Church’s Summer Festival Also included will tx* a horseshoes tour nament This double-elimination tournament will take place at ll a rn on Saturday and Sunday Three Parks Run on Saturday The New Braunfels Bunning Club will frost the Three Parks 5,000 meter Run in Panda Park on Saturday The run will lx*gin by the train station at 8 a rn T his is a fun” run and local joggers runners and yes. even “trudgers” are encouraged to par tieipate Bach participant will receive a T-shirt Awards will lie presented to overall male and female first through third finishers in each age category First-place overall male and female finishers will receive a one-day pass to the Schlitterbahn Family Water Park Proceeds go to the New Braunfels Running f lub for community projects and the Coma! County Division of the* American Cancer Society The Tri-County Corporate Challenge VK will take place in conjunction with the Three Parks 5K Corporations in Hays. Comal and Guadalupe counties are eligible to participate Contact Charles Sandberg at the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department at 625-5818 tor more information Anyone interested in information regarding the run may call Ray or Beverly Foehn at 629-0299 or Keith Maxwell at 625-9774 On the air THURSDAY ii M p m Baseball Atlanta at Oncin natl WTBS 8 p rn Basketball NMA Champion ship Game , ca baken af boston KF. NS Local sports HIH Country Invita New Braunfels High SATURDAY Ha rn Bunning Three Park*- ,K bun banda Park Ham Karate tional Tournament School 5 p rn Track meet for anytxvdv 6-18 at New High School 'I rack Baseball American Little League and Field Practice Braunfels Mators VV L Sonic 9 I Mission Valley 6 3 Texa*. Common♦* Bank 5 4 Nchlitt**rbahn 2 7 Coca-Cola I 8 intermediate Mr Gath - 5 I Klks 5 2 Krueger 2 4 Crows I 6 Pee Wees Dominos 7 0 General Portland 6 I Vol I brecht “s 4 4 banda 4 4 KunkelInsurance 2 6 Powell Insurance I " Los Angeles 107 Boston HF l/>< Angeles leads series3 I Today's Game 1/is Angeles af Boston Sunday's Game Boston at Dis Angelo- if necessary Tuesday's Game Boston at l/»* Angel* , if necessary Transactions By The Associated Press BASFBALL American Leaque PK I bon TIGFbS Bergman first baseman disabled list cher from league NKW YORK YANKKKS Sf.pt Jt*»| Skinner catcher to Columbus of the Inter national I-eague National League PHII.ADK) PHIA PHILLIPS Traded Mike Faster outfielder to the New York Yankees for Keith Hughes outfielder and shaneTurner hortsfop assigned Hughes to Maine of the International league and I ureter to Reading of Hie Kastern I .eague Placed Dave on the 15-day Rec ailed Morr is Madden pit Toledo of the International amer* 'hub NBA Bv The Associated Press championship Tuesday's Game sAN DRCO PAI IRKS Keene\ president F OO TSAI L National Football league CHICAGO HK AHS beached terms on a one-year contract with Walter Payton running hark Signed Anthony Mosley running hack and Ivan Hicks defensive back tonne year contracts SI LORIS CARDINALS Signer! bch Spangler placekicker HOCKEY National Horsey League CALCARA KLAMKN Announced the retirement of D*>ug Risebrough teeter and made him an assistant coach i|fi|l|lt||lt ilMitf IIIIIMf l>tUIII(*ll>*vntft(tttVll(iltll|lltlll(IIIMiMiyMfMMIVM|tl|*llttf llllllMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllVViyillVlllllllllfllllllllllllNIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIfllinilllllVIIIHINIIVIVIIIIIIIfllltllllllMIIIIIIIVIIIIIIIIVIIIIIIIIIIIIIiVVIVIIIVIIIIIVVMIMIIIfVIIMfllMVffVflllllfffttlflVIIVIItff llflllf Utf I    HIVftf    IVVf    IlfMf / SVS  ... IIIIIftlililCflMflllllllffllMPUVIflflillllMlfitt'fiiltVlltiMilllllllMVIllinilfMllilllflMIIIIIMIIIlllflllllllllflllllllftlllllVIIIIIMIIIIIIIIINVNIlllllllltllHltlllllllliHtlllliMIIIINinfllllHNIMIIIIIIMIIItlllHNIMnfHVnVVIIIIMMinNIHHIIIIIIVIIIIVVVININIIIfVllftlllMlMIIIIIIIHIIIIIfllltVIIVtVVMfMitfMtitlfVffefif Waterfowl seasons remain the same canyon Lake the site of qualifying tourney (ININ \l STIN    IIM* Texas I’,ilks. md A bibb* Department has proposed 1987-em a deco ! hun ling seasons and bag limits that it** bast milx un changed from the previous season The proposed regulations will be considered mr adoption by 'tie Parks and Wildlife ( ommission in its .Inly ic public heating iii Alist in Dale Witt mig!alo?y game bitd program coot dinator said recent declines in breeding popula lions of waterfowl makes necessat y a continuation of conservative harvest management im plementcd iii 1985 The 1986 breeding populations of mallards pin tails and total ducks .'.ere the second lowest recopied since systematic survey began in m > Witt said Ile added that tie* love t pniMllntmo'. wen* recorded iii 1985 Proposed -eason opening and closing date- tor all species remain unchanged nom last eat Witt said except tor adjustments tm calendar .aria tions and to maximize hunter opportunity v bere possible Atter adoption all bunting regulations for waterfowl .(ill Ie* published iii tie* lepaitmenKs Late Season Migi atm v Hunting < iuide bleb ss ill be available I rom depot linen! offices n> i hunting license outlets din ant September Du* piopo-xxt eason for ducks and cnxtts in the easter n portion of the tate is Dot JI through Nov I Nov ll 29 and Dec 12-.fan 17 In the High Plains Jallaid Management I nit of West Texas Hie -eason is proposed tor Oct JI through Nov 8 and Nov 21 through Jan 17 Hie proposed IOO point system of duck bag limits amid cumin unchanged from last year I'ndei be point system HK)-point ducks are mallard hens mottled ducks and black ducks; 7u-point lucks are redheads wood ducks hooded mergansers md fulvous and black fielded whisting ducks ii point ducks are all teal species gad HK caup wigeon grovelers and mergansers except hooded mergnasers 15 point ducks are all oilier lucks not listed except the season is closed on masked ducks .lief caus asbaeks I tie daily hag bunt on ion limit of to roots IS la with a jxisses Die -caxon for light geese in the eastern portion of Hie state is proposed for (let JI through Jan 24 the dart goose eason would tx* (let JI through Nov ) and Dec / through Jan 17 The hag limit nilled port ion of Hie state would tx* five light geese md '>o'* Canada or black brant and one white Ironted goose Possession limits are twice the daily bag limit In the western portion of the state the proposed season for all goose species is Dot 27 though Jan 17 The daily bag limit is five geese not to include more than two 'lark geese Possession limits arr* twice the daily bag limit Sandhill crane seasons again are proposed to tx* on a three-zone arrangement Proposed dates for Zone A are Nov 7 through Feb 7 Zone Bis Nov 28 through Feb 7 and Zone P is Jan 2 through Feb 7 Bag limits are proposed for three per day and Tx in possession A special permit issued bx the TPWD would tx* required of sandhill crane hunters Permits arr* issued upon written request to the TPWD 42on Smith School Road Austin TX 78744 The proposed woodcock season is Nov 21 through tan 24 The bag limit would tx* five wood cock lier day and IO in possession The common snipe 'jacksnipe season is proposed for Oct I until Feb 14 The bag limit would tx* eight jx*r day. 16 in possession Stating flours for all late season migratory species is one half hour tx*fore sunrise until sunset Area fishermen as well .is many from surrounding states will tx* competing for more than $J <KK) in cash and other awards at Canyon Lake on June 27-28 This w ill tie a qualifying event that will allow anglers from Rig area to earn a tx*rth on the state team that will be invited to STR1PFRAMA the grand prix of striper fishing The weekend activities begin with a free fishing clinic hosted by StuTinnev recognized world wide as the absolute authority on striped bass The location of the seminar is Jerry Moore Canyon Lake Tackle Shop Bt 7 The popular fishing clinic is slated for Friday night June 26 and will start at 7 p rn Registration and d<x>r prizes will tx* available at that time as well I tie clinic is open to the public stripers have highlighted rf cent catches at Canyon Lake and many fish in the 2“ pound class arf- expected to tx- ’aken during the event Like all striper Magazine tournaments this one is open to men women and youngsters who compete on an equal basis Both tug fish and total weight < ategories are in eluded Jerry Moore of Canyoi Fish and Tackle shop We've worked t ird to this prestigious oati significant Lake and Lake said bring nails event to Canyon ye Canyon Lake Chamber of t ’ommeree plan on surrounding the derby with lots of other fun events Fishing Report VI si IN Af fishing report Parks in t Wit ll CEN I RAI It VS I RUP luke hill black pounds on blue I !raps in I t lect c slow or apple tau Hen* unpile Petro Waler rk bas* waler. al (light , good lo rome bal \ brid st! i| o 25 fish | 18 Ai feet 1 bi '-lung nu live ininuuws iii IK waler over brush eatfish lair iv pounds on worms and stiukhait Bl ( Ii SN SN Waler clear ii lak< : (Iv in the upper end 75 degrees ti !x*low Hood tare all Hood gat* - el midweek black bass lair to 41 j»oun black liny Torpedoes early in *> lf water stripe! tau lo ll pounds on perch in *»5 lect ut waler crappie wlib strings to tf» bsh on minnows in 2<» o e* of waler white bass good lobo fish pet -u mg on pearl LU George, catfish g*x*d lr* ' pounds on cuthait and tinkbatt in»l:"" t of water CANYON Water tau ly deal a mile ob color to upper end of lake, TS degrees take level ZI (eel Utah and riving; all fishing slow except tallish which are (.“((Cedent mostly m the I S pound lange rn the submerged grass areas >n mghlf i awlei s and shrimp Calhshing good on Woodland* Country Club lith qreen. boaters made passes around tennis courts this ..eek Cranes Mill. Comal and Canyon Parks are closed due to high water Other - ubdt n'-w ramps are usaPh GIBBONS ( KKKK \\ afer slightly mud dy (tut* to I iii int I md rains 5 degrees not mal level black ba-' fairly good Du! most |y in the slot a couple of 7 pound keeper s during the week on pur ple lizards and buzz baits, * i apple laxly good wdti sit mg - to in list) on minnows, cattish good to pounds on sin imp. chicken livers. fan Iv steady (or the last week LBJ Water muddy. 75 degrees lull; black bass fair to t pounds on silver and black Broken Minnows fair to 8 pounds on Mann s Deep Tiger Shad; crappie good to bsh j tour rains lake Rebel I riper Hawg et st! •uh! i, anhele ol Spani-h in ai ketel around (Hire- g.s-i nntnlx*r* of jackfish to •> pounds around jellies a lew lillle tunney lo al ut a pounds I rom the jetties txach dont pi (.'lacing 11 oui arid ta* kbsb a leu ling dom the pier s and tire usual sandtrout od r(i*k*t- fishing siiouid improve when the rains slow down heavy rains -■arn e the weekend live trail available (HI -bme producing kmgfi'h to ,5 pound* Ollie ling to bi pound*, dolphin. Itonito and u I snapper Lai i y Sun ons of Houston last Friday landed a I 120 (round tiger shark onshore which \< ill tx* submitted tor [ros-i hie date mm ord potn ocuNNub Trout tournament ovet weekend v*. ith largest dont weighing4 pound*. ti oui,< es t rom S»njl lr Pass in san Antonio bay Guadalupe and San Antonio mg on gluier grub* in areas where waler dear, white bass good lo 45 bsh pet string up Colorado arni on Redeye poun, eat I on good on (ratline to Ib pounds on shrimp lid live perch, yellow eatfisti good to in pounds on live Dart TRAVIS; Lake dear Pedernak-s arm muddy. Colorado arm murky. 78 *1* gu*e> lake level t» ted high. black bass laud) good to 41 pound* CWI topwalers and »‘razv shad. sevei al in the 2 21 pound range on chartreuse spinners, t*ass excellent in numbers midday on 4 inch (bemat Dr worms and live crawfisfi in -5* feel et water, sniper slow. crappie slow. white bass slow cattish fair on Hotline lo > pounds on * raw bsh COASTAL GALVESTON; Heavy ram* have restricted inshore islin g, souk inn Ut ween showers on live sin imp mostly in Fast May. a few codfish to to didies around (tie jellies on lead shrimp -goon- Rivet s have dumped much fresh waler in to the bay- sn p.bing has lowed jetties produced a 4 (round 5 ounce trout good i,amber1- of redfisb over weekend al south Pass Pringle shoreline Coast Guard Fiats nut sn the ort no of furore activity live hail shrimp available at Ti gj j**r quart Rains dosed slate lughwav 5 near Tivoli Coupes CHRISTI Cpper Laguna Madre (rom Corpus Christi May to Baffin May very slow from Baffin May lo the Landcut there are gixrd catches of trout I*, (rounds and red - to ar inches bv*- bail shrimp available ut a cent* Oso Pier pro during a lew 11out just atrove minimum size on live and dead shrimp a lew gathof to I pound* on dead shrimp No ram midweek Boti Hall Pier producing some ledtish and trout late Tuesday LOWER COLORADO RIVER AUTHORITY NOTICE OF RATE CHANGE REQUEST .•.ct .    I*.n.1 Ruff Authority ibis- Iwt*d of Apple upon Dr * tv t" L king’** Rote wilt tilt* Public Utility I un mission of ii i ’ti* ( t\ a Aumil Du* effect iv c Date »f tf»e proposed ;es wit! h ;i.vi Ne die I y RA s 14 wholesale ustomers .md 70 i i tnt*'* s lune 24 Pm? •* ttu* t\*r i J    \o.«-t’ tier 40 I RKH the ft* p '".eel changes *P'*( ted lo result n <> system-wide annual reyen ce increase of " i■ 11'i ,y t'k ;I is j I 2 d 1 i* rease when compared to the fui A it I tot.r tpor.di! p. r eye'Hies fttr the test vt*ar eu.i ngSefitcrnber •Ho >,..* lei-, 'cit**'eye ues woiiNi Ire increased lf. s2<# 2 million f i Ari e du t tie! rey en ties yvou'd ive dec reased h, s-jm million \ > -'is wr t yyrsh lo ntervene or otherwise panic pate m these pro; eevi '>gv w non hi notify the Commission us soon us possible A request to ntervene pattie rpate or for further mtormat' rn should be 'n i,‘elj L'tho ‘’uh* . Utility Commission of Texas 7800 Shou creel1 R i e\ ut * i suite 400N Austin Texas 7K757 Further mf' >rrrattor may j s,) be ' 'Id <( tried tty * ut I mg t he Public I It ii by CA immisston C msumcr Ai Ut its !' y Signal 151 2(458-0223 or (A 121458-0227 orts I ;o 458-0221 hdelypewnler tor the dx ut I OVA I R COLORADO RIVER AUTHORITY PO Box 220 Austin Texas 78787 (5121 474- 4200 Put the squeeze on your cooling costs. Even in a wen-insulated tome, air leakage through racks and gaps car. aad up to IO percent of your cooling osts. Fortunately, caulking ar h veatherstripping are two cost Tfective measures you can ake to keep cool air where it )elongs — inside the home. By sealing cracks and gaps nstde and outside of your lome. caulking prevents hot air rom seeping in and cool air rom slipping out. Weather dripping serves the same purpose when applied around the perimeter of exterior doors and rn the inside of window sashes. When looking tor cracks and gaps, check where \ :pes ara wires enter the outside waits r ceiling. Examine areas where two different materials tfcr instance, brick and wood) or parts or your home meet Ar a check under the exterior eaves of your home. Whether you caulk or weatherstrip, try to use the highest grade materials. They Ii perform petter and won t need to be replaced as often lf you put the squeeze on your home s cracks and gaps this summer, your cooling costs won t put the squeeze on you. P€D€RNAL€S eiectnc cooperaftvey ne. LsKe. Ky it? bud avis. Marble Ka ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: June 11, 1987

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