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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2 New Texas Jufie Weather Water Watch Comal up 287 Canyon Lake cfs down 446 Canyon Lake cfs up 4 Canyon Lake down Edwards up Comal River is high because the high Guadalupe River flow is backing up into the Because of the high lake Cranes Mill Canyon Park and Comal Park and all Corps of Engineers and Comal County boat ramps are closed and are expected to remain closed for about six upper 60s and highs upper Far Permian Basin and Concho Lows low to mid 70s and highs around Big Bend lows near 60 mountains to low 70s Highs mid 90s mountains to near 107 Big Bend Texas Weather Isolated to widely scattered thunderstorms were forecast through tonight over East Southeast Texas and the Scattered thunderstorms are forecast Wednesday in Southeast Texas and South Central No showers and thunderstorms were reported around the state at dawn Forecasts called for sunny to partly cloudy skies statewide and fair skies at night through Wed Lows tonight will be in the 60s and Highs tomorrow will be mostly in the 90s although readings in the Big Bend area of Southwest Texas will reach or go slightly above the 100degree A few low level clouds drifted over portions of South Texas at dawn but most of the state had clear Early morning temperatures were mostly in the Extremes ranged from 55 at Marfa in the Davis Mountains of Southwest Texas to 83 at Corpus Other early morning tem peratures around the state in cluded 67 at 73 at Wichita 77 at Fort Worth and 75 at 78 at San 74 at 77 at 71 at San Angelo and Lubbock and 68 at Midland and El Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy north and east and sunny south through Fair Widely scattered thundershowers east today and scattered thun dershowers north and east on Highs mainly in the 90s except upper 80s immediate upper coast and near 100 south west along the Rio Lows tonight near 70 Hill Country to near 80 along the WEST TEXAS Isolated thunderstorms Panhandle this otherwise sunny days and fair nights through Wed nesday with very warm to hot Lows tonight 60s except upper 50s Highs Wednesday near 90 mountains to 95 Panhandle to 110 Big NORTH TEXAS A slight chance of thunderstorms east otherwise partly cloudy and warm through Highs in the mid to upper Lows in the lower to mid Extended Forecast Thursday Saturday SOUTH TEXAS Some late night and morning partly cloudy with hot generally fair at A chance of afternoon and evening mainly southeast Highs in the upper 80s immediate near 100 inland 90s Lows in the near 80 im mediate WEST TEXAS Widely scat tered to isolated thunderstorms with little temperature lows mid 60s and highs mid South lows Corttirtued frdm put a new one back he adding that the dost for materials would be about to But the greatest loss is the time and man rains causing water to flow over the road on FM 32 delayed a drainage project southeast of When the project is the intermittent stream will be flowing through five pipes under the The drainage Continued from Page 1 volume of information defining the appraisal It does do it makes us all Work In regard to the first year of Use for the state appraisal Brad berry said there were few problems I have not personally heard any complaints from the I know there were several around the he adding that perhaps part of the reason local teachers handled the appraisals so well was that the school district held a workshop last summer informing educators about how the system along with a bridge widening project west of is part of a longterm improvement project for FM Hasert said the 40 yearold road has served the area well but increased population in the area brings increased traffic and the road must change to meet changing Strengthening the Devils Back bone portion of FM 32 and adding 10 foot wide shoulders is estimated to cost The engineer said the project is taking the back seat to more urgent maintenance and existing Population and traffic increases also are causing changes on the southeast portion of FM 2722 or Bear Creek Hasert That 8M mile road is scheduled to be widened and improved this summer at a cost of The engineer said he is pushing contractors to meet the October estimate for job about two miles on the southeast portion of the road has been ripped up and is being Weve got a lot of unhappy neighbors out here who have a little trouble understanding why were doing Hasert said while his Jeep bumped along the sometimes rocky He added that he keeps trying to convince local residents to look to the future and imagine how nice the road will look once the im provement project is The tactic isnt working very he Most of the people who live along this road live at the south The traffic is heaviest at that end which currently also happens to be the most he Weve got an awful problem there and some people who are pretty unhappy with Hasert said he thinks just about everyone who lives along Bear Creek Road has called him to complain about the And he understands their he All our neighbors are upset with Either were blowing dust into their homes or its muddy he The once will be 44 feet paved and Hasert Its going to be a far better he Im provements on the stretch will be done in 2mile portions in an effort not to disrupt the entire the engineer It would really be intolerable if we tore it up all at one he Continued from Page 1 to the He was nominated by Mayor ProTern Ramon Chapa and received three out of a possible four votes from His term will run through June Serving a similar term on the board will be Don who was nominated by atlarge councilman James Sullivan also received three Bob nominated by at large representative Doug received only two council Board member Ray whose term ends June had indicated he did not wish to be reappolnted to the Public Records Civil Filings District Court Rodney Reagan Heimer and Jimmie DBA Pruesser Builders deceptive trade Police Report New Braunfels Police Department Braunf els police were summoned early Sunday morning to a residence in the 800 block of North Union Street for a report of a pickup truck which had set on Police had been at the same residence Friday afternoon when a 20yearold woman there complained of an assault in relation to family There were no arrests in either incident and the truck sustained an undetermined amount of damage to the interior and A valued at was reported stolen from an apartment Sunday in the 200 block of Burglary of a motor vehicle Sunday evening in the 400 block of Bergfield Street resulted in the theft of a purse containing cash and Shortly after midnight a security guard on duty at a residential complex in the 300 block of West Lincoln reportedly was at He received minor injuries and was relieved of his Police were given a description of a vehicle used by the A 71yearold manemerged from church Sunday to find his car had been The incident hap pened in 1400 block of Texas 46 a 1983 tanover black fourdoor Chevy bears Texas license plates 474JQN and is valued at A Canyon Lake man was ap prehended by department store personnel Saturday afternoon in the 1100 block of Interstate 35 West and held for police who charged him with Class C Samuel of Star 3 Box was ac cussed of taking worth of assorted Criminal mischief to an auto was reported Saturday in a parking lot in the 1200 block of Gruene An assault was reported Saturday evening at a bar in the 1600 block of West San Antonio No arrests Public Meetings Births New Braunfels ISOBoard of Trustees will hold a public hearing at Wednesday to discuss raising the local effective tax rate to 97 cents per The meeting will be in The Education Center at 431 Mill The proposed increase represents a percent increase over the 198687 tax The board of trustees adopted the tax rate and the proposed million budget for next year during a June 4 At that board president Bob Self cut public input possibly violating state As a the entire budget and tax adoption process must be New Braunfels Utilities Board of Trustees will meet at Thursday in the Board Meeting Room of the Utility building at 263 Main The board will consider Obituaries recommending to the New Braunfels City Council a notice of intent to issue capital revenue The board is also scheduled to consider applying for potential grant funds available through the Texas Department of Community Affairs Grant New Braunfels Zoning Board of Adjustments will meet at June in the City Hall meeting 202 Agenda calls for roll call and a request by Carolyn agent for Carolyn 554 concerning the southeast 96 feet of Lot NCB to use the structure at the location for short term residential The request is made under provisions of Sections and Appendix New Braunfels Code of McKenna Memorial Hospital and Cruz Gomez 610 Butcher 9ounce girl June and Dean Taylor 18735 Interstate 35 Rural Route Schertz 13ounceboy June and Velster Nicholes 205 West End 8pound girl June and Fred Vasquez 152 Rosedale 4ounce boy June and Thomas Harst 620 Academy 10pound girl June Aubry and Michael Fernandez Box 310481 4ounce girl June and Bobby Romero Box Canyon Lake 2ounce girl June and Ronald Zaborwski HCR Route 6F 7pound boy June and Donald Vetter 2701 FM 415 8ounce girl June and Roy Miller Box 311191 11ounce girl June and Paul Wright 809 Timber Drive 4ounce girl June and Louis Smith 1339 Wald 28C 14boy June and Dennis Sartin 312 Sycamore 11ounce girl June and Tom Swett 1482 Pasiano 9ounce boy June and Ridel Rodriguez 2706 FM Lot 20 14 ounce girl June and Daniel Phelps HCR Box 854B 4ounce girl June A motel clerk Saturday in the 800 block of 135 West said a who had paid for their took the towels and room at a loss of A Long man was reportedly robbed at gunpoint shortly after midnight Saturday of his wallet which contained The incident happened in the parking lot of a motel in the 200 block of 81 Police were given the description of a 1978 blue twodoor Ford Torino bearing Georgia license plates used in the A local construction company reported the theft overnight Friday of a white 1981 halfton Ford Super Cab pickup taken while in the 1000 block of West Bridge The truck bears Texas license plates RT contains a white tool box and black diesel tank in the bed and bears the company name on both The truck was valued at Police arrested Pedro of San and charged him with Class C theft after allegedly taking worth of clothing items from a store Friday afternoon in the 200 block of West San Antonio Two rifles and a hunting valued at were listed as stolen in a burglary Friday of a residence in the 400 block of North Houston An assault relating to family violence was reported Friday evening at a convenience store in the 1200 block of West San Antonio A truck stop Friday afternoon in the 4300 block of 135 West reported the theft of worth of Police were dispatched Friday evening to McKenna Memorial Hospital where they met with a 16 yearold girl who had been injured earlier in an assault in the 300 block of East Basel Comal County Sheriffs Department Burglary of a residence oc curred Friday afternoon near Texas 46 and FM Point of entry was a rear window which was broken by the Chris Scott who resides in Rolling Hills subdivision was arrested there Saturday af ternoon and charged with unlawfully carrying a Deputies con fiscated a knife and baseball bat from the Burglary of a residence was reported Friday on Krueger Suspects entered the residence through a rear Aggravated assault was reported early Sunday morning at a bar located on old 81 No arrests Criminal investigator Gordon Lilleux is conducting an investigation into an apparent suicide Saturday that cliamed the life of Shawn William who lived at JDJ Ranch off FM He was found in his bedroom by his Powell died of a single gunshot wound to his head and a revolver was recovered by The mans body was taken to Travis County Medical Examiners office for He was pronounced dead at the scene by Justice of the Peace Fred Arrested Saturday night on active Department of Public Safety warrants was Stephen of San He was arrested following a routine traffic violation on River Road at the fourth Three San Antonio Robert 23 Orlando 23 Richard were arrested Saturday afternoon and charged with public intoxication while Hernandez was also charged with criminal trespass following a complaint by a concessionaire on River Two men stationed at Randolph James William and Bobby were arrested Sunday at River Road north of Slumber Falls and charged with unlawfully carrying a Deputies took into custody a 9mm Persons with information regar ding any felony crime are asked to call Crime Stoppers at day or and speak to the officer on Callers remain completely Crime Stoppers pays rewards of up to for in formation that leads to the arrest and grand jury conviction of persons committing felony Edward Earl Nuckols Memorial services are pending for Edward Earl Nuckols of 484 laurel Nuckols died June 21 at Audje Murphy Veterans Hospital in San A New BraunMs and art a resident for 35 Nucfcpls an em ployee of the New BrauttfeU He raid in the 1950s god early as a He willed his body to Survivors include Karen Jasksen of Austin Gary a member of the Navy stationed io Hawaii Prwin of Qoiiad two Nueteds oj business and was a former member pf the Army Airborne and a veteran of the Korean Wuest is survived by two Ljura Pelery ol KerrviUe and Leigh Ann Wuest Delery of Antonio a Michael Jemes Wuest of Antonio a Frost of PubUg visitation was held until J23Q today at Oojppensehmjili Funeral gmiiit Uppert Graveside services lor EraJlif Upper18f m US II were held at U today at YaUey Memorial Park with cf former wife died June 20 at McKenna Memorial The son of Warren and Maie Elizabeth nee Jackson he was born in He married Claudia King on June in joneg was personnel director for Monsanto and was a member of Johns Episcopal He wan also a member of the Elks EMBffl SJ f 14J1B 1 Newcomer genealogical National Association of Personnel and Masonic He was 3 graduate pf AfcM gsuthitsttrn University of Georgetown the university of Houston He was a reUre4 member af the United Marine eprpA and a veterinofWorldWarll is survived by wife tf New The daughter of Rosario and Tomasa net Gonzale she was born in She was married to Felipe who A 7Qysar resident of New Villanueva was a homtmaker and a member of the Cathpli and the Quadalupap Society of Holy Family Catholic She survived by two Maria V Sanche and Angelica bpth New Braunfels 3 Thomas YUianugva of New Braun fels two Aitfelio SJAS and bpth of eight sjyeral Memorials may be made to the Edgar Wuest ISP Ed war d H tm Y Jcnt Jm M ttf jteftflfiAl service far W atst bfiAstefs temtofflit wfl Jstos Pallbearer were Garcia Geof ge Art Rwdy in Comanche He married Ethel Lunday on in A Sfryear resident of New Brasuell was a retired watchman and a member of the Pentecostal He is survived by his wife Ethel Brasuell of New Braunfels two Wanda WWttQotten and Ruby both of San Saba a William grasueU of New Braunfels Ova Mat Lunday Of Canyon and Ruby Clark of New Braunfels Lenora HI of Gustine and Yivian of Wilton Brasuell of Houston gn4 Trujnja Brasuell ol Ganadji Herbert DeUoo m grandchildren and A 12year regjdent of New he was a painter and a member of the Catholic Kowalski is survived by his Frances Fuentes Kowalski of New Braunfels Julie Kowalski of California and Jerome KowaisM of Services art under the direction of goeiler Funeral Keith Allen Reiser Services for Keith Allen Reiser of m Marilyn in Schertz will be held at U am Wednesday at goeller Funeral HomeBurial will follow at sailer died June 31 at Brooke Tbi son ol Robert and iarbjra Ann nee Jones rfisidtot i i student at Clemens High meojbei Pentecostal Church ol New New were Richard JKewalski He Js by hjg of died Jm n at m a IftliiK   

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