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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 12, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Three Parks Run Page 9 TACB officers rage 5 New Braunfels New Texas One 16 Pages immM mi M Hi 115 AV Friday June 25 Cents Stammtisch The Governments Texas a municipal analysis offered to sell Harold a comprehensive book outlining 14 different areas In which City Hall could save money or raise funds to the tune of Wow Probably wouldnt come as too much of a surprise to some of the natives who many times have sug gested some very im to cut back The book says it compares per capita spending to other similar city governments within count 500 different areas of spending and All this and more for an introductory cost of Harold checked his piggy but found only a good luck a cou ple of old lOUs and some dead in Last City Finance Director Jim Jeffers scoffed at the saying the numbers used by the firm dont jive with city calculations and said he didnt know where they get their Because the driveway to the old school building has been washed organizers of the Fischer StoreSchool Community Center open house have postponed that June 13 event and have moved the barbecue scheduled for June 13 into the old Fischer Barbecue and all the trimmings will be served from noon to 4 for for adults and for those under 12 years of age on June They will re schedule the open house Today was the first day of the three Friday handson clay workshops at Buck Pottery in Magical Child Creative Workshops will be held again on June 19 and 26 for adults and children of all ages from 10 to Cost is per Another rain Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church has canceled its bazaar which was scheduled for this The good is that the volleyball and horseshoe tour naments will go on as The volleyball teams will take to the court Saturday starting at 8 Each of the teams will be con tacted with more Horseshoe pitching will begin at Prizes valued at will be given in first through fourth There is a entry fee per OakRun thanks those folks who helped with the 5K benefit for the Emergency Childrens They are CocaCola Bottling of San An tonio Lite Beer New Braunfels Guadalupe Outpost River Motel Wolfgangs Keller Restaurant and Bar Ray CPA GuadaLoopShoot Kenos DriveIn State Lewis Ard Kroger Foods New Braunfels Smokehouse ERA Schoolcraft Resort Rentals Total Fitness Creative The KIP Company TriCity Distributors KGNBKNBT Radio New Brauntels and all the runners and I Child fights for life after fading into raging river BV DAVID MAY Staff Writer JA 2yearold girl who fell into the Guadalupe River late yesterday afternoon continues to fight for her life today at a San Antonio Ashley the daughter of and Gary fell into the rainswollen river neat the familys residence at 250 Camp off Texas 46 just ty around The child was reported to be in critical but stable condi tion in the Intensive Care Unit at Santa Ro ast of the ci a Childrens t around 10 y an army She was transferred there last ni from McKenna Memorial Hospital MAST Ashley Mitchell has not regained consciousness since being pulled from the river by family members and neighbors and has been given only an even chance of sur Reports are incomplete as to how long the toddler was submerged in the Ellen Who owns the riverfront residential pro said the family and child had been outside and that family members thought she was playing with an older child near a mobile I guess she just wandered off and got too close to the water and fell said saddened by the acci Amstutz said the child was actually pulled from the water by her The property owner said she did not know how long the child had been underwater by the time she was but believed she was recovered fairly I dont know how had already been found by the time I knew Though rains had swollen the the waters were not moving which aided in the toddlers Its really hard to said the childs father this morning from the They are monitoring her and the doctors have said it could go either New Braunfels Emergency Medical Service including Keith Hoganhaner and Xavier arriv ed at the scene and performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation at the scene and while en route to McKenna The child was in cardiac arrest at the A MAST helicopter was requested for transfer to the San Antonio facility and arrived shortly before 10 last The air ambulance pilot had difficulty locating See Page 2 River conditions impact Guadalupetourist trade Natural rainfall has swollen the shrunk the number of those who recreate along the rivers Increased releases from Canyon Lake may perpetuate the reason some people will stay Solons approve traffic signage give fire truck From Staff and Wire Reports River outfitters along the Guadalupe River say they have lost half of their business because three weeks of rainfall has brought Central Texas rivers and lakes to their highest levels in six A lot of people called and are canceling their reservations because of river said Karen Passalacqua of White Water Area like Canyon are at flood stage and dam releases have been closely monitored to prevent downstream This week the Canyon Dam release has been minimal but that will change The amount of water coming through the dam will remain at 100 cubic feet per second because of flooding in other areas along the Guadalupe Army Corps of Engineers said this have determined that because of flooding in downstream the release from the lake will remain at 100 cfs until further Theyre watching it real It may be midweek next spi of dir ing weik before they change said Coips spokesperson Judy Canyon Lake was at 935 feet above mean sea 8 feet away from the earlier I nder normal the dain discharges about 600 cubic feet vater per David ctor of development and plann for the Guadalupe and Blanco River Jerry reservoir manager at Caiyon said Corps personnel inspected the dam this morning and found it to be structurally Its he Gruene and New Braunfels area river who rent canoes and have eloped down or revamped to ac commodate the high and fast not renting any tubes or said Jane Abbott of Abbott River Her company is on ly offering guided tours this weekend wj h the river expected to flow at suh a high While July usually is a big month family vacations along the Guadalupe Abbott said she ex pects to see a large number of serious New Braunfels City Council this week approved the installation of several traffic control signs at various intersections around the city while also agreeing to transfer an ag ing fire truck to the county and the sale of two obsolete police Council unanimously approved the traffic control sign measure in an emergency reading June Stop signs are to be erected at the in tersection of West Katy Street and Hidalgo Avenue and yield signs are to be installed at Rusk Avenue Stop signs were placed West Katy and West Bridge Street 90 days ago ujider temporary authority of Police Chief Burney He recommended they become permanent because they had alleviated traffic The ordinance ajisp authorized yield right olway signs at Rusk Avenue and With delivery of a new pwroper truck expected later this coaotcy approved transfer oi a W57 GMC fire truck to comal Tjje cojwty said tt teteads t9 the stW operational 99 Jgngejr by tfee aj Bjrfysrde VpJwteer Fire Depart New Braunfels Utilities at a future The public auction is June 19 at 10 at the public works offices at Lakeview The vehicles will be on display at v In other council unanimous ly approved the following an interlocal agreement bet ween the cities of New Braunfels and San Marcos establishing boundaries for future The agree ment is awaiting ratification by San Marcos City final reading of an ordinance adopting new and additional zoning districts governing any future zoning 8 requests and newly annexed proper ty into the city and revising the re quirements for general second reading of an ordinance providing for tjip regulation of private ambulance services operating within city scheduled a public hearing dur ing regular session June 2 as re quired to appJy for federal grart mosey tjj costs oi various public tp the WalMart Topless Whitewater rafters descend on the area when releases from the dam in Well have only a percentage of the business that we would have Its not what it should have But itll make ends Itll be very few families and more people who are looking for but not the You cant get out there and get drunk on this kind of the river outfitter adding that the serious rafters make up one of the businesss best crowds except that crowds will be Abbott said only about half of her daily average of 500 customers have been braving the river since Memorial June business makes up about 40 percent of her yearly in she May and August are light compared to June and July during an average Abbot add Weve been rained out every weekend but Memorial she Abbott added that during one weekend in rains forced her to give rain checks to the customers Page2 aiso agreed to sell surplus pjeUce asp a law Ford FaJr W toftger ifl the other a im property heiowgiMg to a request to seUI city property between 4U and 391 Academy aJ MS appraised value to ajo aPpJWfld tbje Jtepri tor period eAdJAg May rgpjtfi oi go to dwiug went haayy
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