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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 2, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas July Weather Wafer Watch 752efifsame Canyon Lake cfsldown 99 Canyon Lake efs down 70 Canyon lake down JEdwtfrdt Aquifer down Because of the high lake Cranes Mill Park Canyon Park and Coma Park and ail Corps of Engineers and Comal County boat ramps are Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Some late night early morning clouds with mostly sunny Scattered thundershowers over Highs from near 90 coast to near 100 along the lower Rio Lows in the NORTH TEXAS A chance of thunderstorms over the area tonight and Lows tonight in the low to mid Highs Friday in the mid to Upper WEST Fair far west otherwise partly very warm to hot with isolated to widely scattered thunderstorms through Lows tonight mid 60s mountains and Panhandle to mid 70s valleys of Highs Friday mid 90s mountains and Panhandle to near 106 valleys of Big Extended Forecast SaturdayMonday SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy and warm days with fair and mild A chance of mainly daytime thundershowers east Lows near 70 Hill Country to near 80 along the Highs in the 90s except upper 80s along the upper coast and near 100 southwest along the Rio WEST TEXAS Mostly sunny and warm days and fair with isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorms Panhandle and South highs near 90 to mid 90s and lows mid to upper Permian Basin and Concho highs mid to upper Lows upper 60s to lower Far highs mid 90s to near 100 and lows upper 60s to near Big highs from near 90 mountains to near 106 along the Lowsfrom lower 60s mountains to mid 70s on NORTH TEXAS Mostly very warm Fair and mild at Highs in the Lows in the Texas weather Severe thunderstorms were possible through tonight across a vast area of Texas as ample moisture mixed with upper level the National Weather Service The thunderstorms were possible in North Southeast Texas and most of West Texas except extreme West forecasters Severe in cluding one that spawned a tor nado near were reported in the Panhandle during the night and early At least three tractortrailer trucks and numerous cars were overturned Wednesday night when a tornado struck a small area east of Amarillo on In terstate officials No serious injuries were but the driver of one whose name was not was taken to Northwest Texas Hospital at Amarillo by private authorities The man was not believed to be seriously Carson County Sheriff Connie Reed said motorists along In terstate 40 about 22 miles ot Amarillo reported a tornado tore along the highway about In addition to the vehicles blown off the roadway and a water tank was torn from its carried across 140 and into and over the Conway Reed The restaurant was full of patrons at the but the tank and tornadic winds did not cause any the sheriff Residents of of the Panhandle town of Claude were without electricity for about two hours after winds downed some power lines Wednesday Baseballsize hail was reported in some area of the Panhandle late Public Records District Clerk Civil Filings Wendall and Sons Auto Rentals Annette and dba Cypress Industries suit on bad American Motorists Insurance Douglas Brumfield workmans Divorces Tina and Stephen County Clerk Marriages Judy Pizzini and Alvaro Sandra Kay Keith and David Lee Dorothea Dora Mitchell and William Charles Theresa Marron and Francisco Marine Valdez Carabajal and Raymond Jane Ann Hitchcock and John Edward Sandra Seller Tschoepe and Ed ward Walter Terry Lynn Thompson and Robert Amber Dawn Wymer and John Michael Obituaries Zulema Valasquez Sanchez and Thomas County CourtAtLaw Convictions Judge Ron Prichard Jeffrey Lynn Francis 2617 Thomas Fort Worth DWI fine 60 days jail probated two David Houston Land 17015 Bar Friendswood DWI drivers license suspended six months 30 days jail concurrent with Galveston County conviction to be served Richard William Thomas 12330 Metric Austin DWI fine 60 days jail probated two Christopher Lyn Albrecht 1 Box Marion DWI fine 60 days jail probated two Arraignments Justice of the Peace Precinct 1 Judge Harold Krueger William Arthur Thompson aggravated assault with a deadly weapon Albert Medellin burglary Sadie Brothers Sadie of New formerly of died Wednesday morning at McKenna Memorial Services will be at 2 July 3 at Adams Funeral Chapel in Marlin with the Bratcher of Burial will follow at Calvary Cemetery in The daughter of and Robert she was born 1896 in the Stranger community of DERYU CLARK and make pictures worth a thousand wordi in tht Falls She married Robert Brothers in November The couple resided in Stranger until moving to Marlin in Brothers was a justice of the peace in Falls County until his death on Brothers was a nurse in a Marlin hospital for many years before moving to New Braunfels in 196L She was a member of the Stranger Baptist She is survived by three Taylor Brothers of David Brothers of and Billy Brothers of Dayton Ethel Powers of MarUn a Curtis Hays of Kosse Lometa Saltsman of Mexia 12 grandchildren and 16 great A Robert and Edjaa Fiye Ljndjsey of New preceded her in Memorials may madje to the Eden Home for the ft New The aj 7Q7 WifeCB in body found here Lannon last seen here US 281 crossing Lannon search area between US 281 FM 311 Continued from Page 1 The debris on the body would not allow a clear view of the clothings Search parties composed of volunteers from Lackland and Randolph Air Force bases and Game Warden Neel Etheredge had been searching for Lannons body since he went under in the swift current near the Highway 281 crossing of the Guadalupe Sunday Searchers had called off their efforts Wednesday evening when they were notified by Comal County Sheriffs Department and told that a body had been found near Rebecca Creek by canoeists who Etheredge had told earlier in the day to be on the lookout for a When they saw the legs sticking above the water they marked the spot with a The body was located at Wednesday evening after bad weather in the area had caused the search for Lannon to stop for the Spokesmen from Doeppenschmidt Funeral where the body was say the remains were sent Continued from Page 1 Ritchies attacked the Thompsons William Thompson reportedly confronted his family and the tenant a short time later at Hill Country Store brandishing a pistol and According to several shots were fired before he was Elliott said the Ritchies have vowed to place the dog on a leash upon its Ritchie said earlier this week that he would probably get rid of the He was on his property and within his own said of the attack by the It is nothing out of the Ive got a dog that would do the same He said he was familiar with both the families dogs and said to his knowledge none had ever attacked I have got big problems with pack animals that are killing livestock and make these dogs look like he He said the dog packs are roaming in the Astro Hills area near Cranes Mill Road and Oblate and said it was a problem caused by Someone has dumped a mother dog out there and she had Now they are about nine months old and they are You cant even get within 100 yards of Elliott said he has found dead fawns and cattle as a result of vicious dog He said one group of pack dogs tore the tail off a mother That is pretty bad he When they find the Elliott they will try to catch the but they will shoot them if DANDY early Thursday morning to Robert Bayardo at the Austin Coroners The search for Lannon was con centrated in the section of the Guadalupe River between Highway 281 and The unidentified body was found nearly six and a half miles from that High waters along the Guadalupe River have claimed five lives since One man drowned in Canyon Lake and another man who nearly drowned in the Landa Park pool June 24 is still in the Alcohol and inattention to high water warnings along the river have been attributed to most of the drowning The first drowning of the 1987 season occurred April 18 on Easter Fernando of San An died in the Guadalupe River at Rivermont Park near Spring He was attempting to cross the river with a cousin in a canoe when it Both men reportedly had been They had life vests in their canoe but were not wearing The next another San Antonio Ernest died in Canyon Lake at Canyon had been drinking according to and went into the water fully clothed and The body of Sherri whose address was listed as White water Sports on FM was pulled from the Guadalupe River June Her tube overturned in rough waters near the fourth crossing on River She was tubing with a group of people drinking On June 2yearold Ashley Mitchell wandered away from family members near their home on the Guadalupe River off Texas 46 just east of the She fell into the river and died three days later at a San Antonio Victor a resident of River Gardens in New nearly drowned June 24 in a bizarre accident at Landa Park Ac cording to River Gardens ad ministrator Larry Aniol Wed Hajek remains in a San Antonio hospital with complications although he is reported to be in good Hajek suffers from a mental disorder and Aniol said he is still not sure why Hajek suddenly went Drownings this past weekend have claimed two more Sandra of San died in the Guadalupe River in Kendall County just east of Boerne Saturday when her tube went under a bridge where high waters left less than a foot of Her tube became wedged under the causing her She had been tubing down the rain swollen river with a number of despite numerous war nings from local officials about the pending dangers of the Sean of is believed to have drowned in the river near Spring He missed the pick up point near 281 and floated out of sight of friends and never to be seen alive Authorities sear ched three days before finding what they believe is the mans body Wednesday night near Rebecca Creek An autopsy has been ordered that authorities say will give a clear idea of whether the dead man is Lannon or someone Life Continued from Page 1 Alexander is expected early next month to plead guilty to aggravated robbery charges here and receive a sixyear sentence in exchange for his testimony against Should that arrangement hold Alexander will have been given three sixyear prison terms one each in Bexar and Nueces all to run concurrently and all for aggravated New Braunfels police investigator Mark Bryan had testified during Cabellos trial that one spent car tridge was found in the No ballistics tests were performed at the request of the police depart Testimony did not reveal which of the gunmen actually The outcome was very said court appointed defense attorney Mark Clark The jury gave him exactly what Schroecler They jury were mad at him and they wanted to punish Clark gave verbal notice of appeal to 207th State District Court Judge Robert Pfeuffer and said he will file a written The case would be heard before the State Court of Appeals in Of Cabellos statement that Alexander was the one who shot Clark said There may be some truth to that since the shell casing was found Clark had tried to show the court that Cabello probably did not shoot Neely because he would have had to cock his weapon and then fire from inside or in the He suggested perhaps Gonzalez was the Neely was shot approximately 25 feel from the But Schroeder refuted Cabellos saying We never had any evidence Alexander was the I dont based on the that what Cabello said is He said the defenses decision to appeal was routine and with tax payers fooling the Cabello tioUiinK to About the decisions to go to trial and not have Cabello take the stand in his Clark said the defendant was given opportunities to make You can only go back and second The defendant gets to make a lot of It was not my decision to go to If it had been up lu me we would have plea but now lo live with the verdict and see what we can do with AACOG hosts workshop for working with kids The Alamo Area Council of in cooperation with the Texas Department of Human will sponsor a Issues in Working with HighRisk on H at the Holiday Inn 217 Marys in San The workshop will be directed toward child protective service workers and other mental health professionals who deal with highrisk children including those in residential foster homes or Running from 8 to the workshop sessions will center on topics including minority street separation and at child and teen child the sexual abuse and present trends in sub stance as it concerns children and Delivering the keynote address will be Clare a developmental psychologist at the Kempe National Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Abuse and University of Colorado Health Sciences Center in Registration for the workshop is before 1 after 1 lunch is complimentary with For more information am to contact Billie Smithson of the health and social services staff at the Alamo Area Council ofGovern i Continued from Page 1 finding a large parking lot in which to discharge He said the fire department has already had to answer a couple of calls for grass probably originating from it is a We would like to curtail it but we cant do it without their Friesenhahn noting that even a simple sparkler burns at 1000 degress Added the fire chief If you are going to discharge do it in a safe manner with adult I have seen to many injuries and structural fires due to fireworks Births Police Report McKenna Memorial Hospital and Gilbert Grossman Route Box Seguin 4 ounceboy June and Joel Guerra 1447 Cross llounce girl July Ntw Braunfels Police Department Criminal mischief was reported Wednesday morning in the 600 block of West Mill A gSryearoW disabled roan reportedly was assaulted Wednesday night in Cypress Bend New Brauflfels EMS was dispatched to treat the mm for minor injuries suffered in the No arrests fpjyice arrested RomulQ of 225 Qrufnje following a reported assault there in relation to a family Bjyjrglary of a motor vehicle reported Wed nesday in Oak Grove Thf ft I3SQ bicycle was reported Wednesday by a IfryearTOid youth in Landa Authorities have not yet determined what might have been stolen in a burglary overnight Tuesday of Lamar Elementary School at 240 North Theft of fishing equipment reported Wed nesday at a residence in the 100 block of County Sheriffs Office A Canyon man was arrested Wednesday evening and charged with possession of marijuana after a sheriffs department investigator on patrol saw several of the illegal plants growing outside his In Comal County Jail his morning is Michael of Star Route Box 205F near Northpark at Canyon Bond on the felony charge was set at this Investigator Dennis Koepp said he was driving through the ares Wednesday afternoon when he spotted what he believed was marijuana growing on the mans sun He obtained a search warrant from Justice of the Peace Howard Smith and arrested the man Koepp reported that 10 potted plants about 3feet tail were confiscatedas well as marijuana found inside the houseKoepp said they seized about ounces of the material for which a dollar value had not been   

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