New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 4, 1987, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 04, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2    Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels Texas Weather Tuesday. August 4. 1987 Stammtisch Water Watch Comal River..................... 622    cfs    (same) Canyon Lake inflow.........l,443 cfs (down 116) Canyon Lake outflow.........5,110 cfs (down 40) Canyon Lake level........... 921.43* (down 2.43) Edwards Aquifer.............. 628.82 (down .03) * Because of the high lake level Cranes Mill Park, Canyon Park and Comal Park and all Corp of Engineers boat ramps are closed. County boat ramps are not closed but boating is considered dangerous because of floating and submerged obiects. Forecast    southeast to 98 to 102 central and west. Lows in the 70s. SOI TH TKA AS Fair to partly cloudy through Wednesday. Wide    Texas    Weather Iv scattered afternoon and evening thundershowers southeast    V cold front that stretched texas and coastal plains Wednes    across southeast Kansas and nor- day. more numerous extreme    thw est Oklahoma tupped parts of east Highs Wednesday in the 90s    the Panhandle, bringing scar- to near 102 along the lower Rio    rered thunderstorm to the areas (b ande plains    early Tuesday. WK ST ITA.\S Partly cloudy    Most of the storms were on the Wednesday with a slight chance of    extreme northern areas of the thunderstorms Highs Wednesday    Panhandle uppei nos panhandle with 90s    That cold front raised expecta elsewhere, except to around 104    tions tor rain over northwest along the Big Bend of the Rio    Texas, but as of 0 a rn . most of the Grande    Lone Star state had no precipita- N O R T ll T K X A S    hon Thunderstorms spreading over    Over most ol the state, skies the north and east Wednesday    were clear except for low clouds Highs Wednesday ranging from    in Austin. San Antonio and the the mid ‘His to near lo:?    south central part of the state r- 4    ,    «    Winds were shifting to the north Extended Forecast    |n||u,,,anhandlea,,*s,h(. 7 hursday-Saturday    cold front, while south to southwest winds prevailed over SOI TH TRAAS (tartly cloudy    the rest of the state Wind speeds w ith a chance of mostly afternoon    ranged between 5 mph to 15 mph and evening showers or thunder    Temperatures dropped into the showers more numerous    60s over the mountainous Southeast Texas and coastal    southwest, while the rest of Texas plains Friday and Saturday    had readings in the Tits and low Highs in the 90s near IOO Rio nos The early morning extremes Grande plains and Lower Rio    ranged from ho degrees at Marfa Grande Valley Lows in the Tov    m the Davis Mountains to 85 low 80s immediate coast    degrees at the Naval Ait Station in WRS I' TRAAS: No significant    Corpus Christi precipitation exp e c t e d    Thundershowers were expected Temperatures a little above    during the afternoon and early seasonal normals Highs ‘His ex    evening over extreme southeast rcpt near lo] Big Bend Lows oik    Texas, the National Weather >t*r and 70s    vice said NORTH I KA AS \ '•light    Highs Wendesday were ex chance of thunderstorms east    pet ted to range from the upper 80s Otherwise continued fair skies    m the Panhandle to the 'ms and Highs ranging from the mid ‘ms    low loos elsew here Obituaries Doris "Jean" Cone I ion'' "dean < 'one ot 868 I 'orter St died Wig I at Southwest ’Texas Methodist Hospital Services were at lo a in today at I loeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev Hill Ar nold of New Braunfels officiating Burial was in San Marcos City Cemetery Cone. 63, was horn Get 29 1923. in San Marcos to John Morgan and Ola Goforth nee Smith Murray She married Robert Cone on Jan 16. 1943, rn San Marcos Cone was a retired unit clerk at McKenna Memorial Hospital She was a memtmr ut the Church of ( brist and was a volunteer at See ie Rlementarv School Public meetings New Braunfels Wivers Advisory Board will meet for their monthly session today evening at 4 p rn at the Panda Park office New board members will be introduced with election ol officers following New Braunfels Parks and Steered tion Advisory Board Ail! meet tonight at 7 p m in the Lamia Park ( Mice Members will consider a re quest to make H K B soccer fields alcohol-tree us well as the Wurst world concession contract which expires December I and revenues from the month ut July New Braunfels Building Board of Adiustments and Appeals will meet al I 30 p rn today to elect a chair man and consider an application by JBJ Investments to grant a variance to Vista Hills Subdivision. nit One to allow up to sixteen residential lots to tx* developed without complying with Section 102 3 of the 1895 Standard T ire Code and Section 1231 of the National Fire Protection Association stan (lard. 1984 edition This variance if granted would allow up to sixteen homes to be constructed and occupied without prov iding a water supply deemed adequate bv the Fire Official for firefighting purposes New Braunfels Planning and Zon mg Commission will meet at 7 30 p rn Imlay in New Braunfels I tilities meeting room. 201 Main Plaza Agenda calls for a public-hearing and recommendation to the citv council of a proposed rezoning of 17 168 acres of land located t>et a cen P M 725 and Old McQueeney Road and north of Iselin Plant pro perty from R 2 Single family and Two family District" and *‘R 3 Continued from Page I refreshments will be provided. Music for y’all’s dining and dancing pleasure also will be provided For more information, call Gladys Haecker at 651-6257.... Ya hoo' A Country-Western Jamboree courtesy of the Shanty will be from noon til lo p.m. or so Sunday. Aug 9. at the Blanco Lumber Yard Admissionis $8 and a portion of the proceeds go to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association On hand willbe Johnny Bush. Kent Finlay, Gary Bogg and the Wry Grass Band (sic?. Clay Baker. Kenny Dale and George Ingram and the Cotton Mouth Band. Food, drink, good music. What more could you ask for " Tickets are sold in advance at the Shanty Club, on FM 306. The Blanco Lumber Yard, by the way. is in Sadler about 15 miles from Interstate 35... Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce w ill hold a member ship mixer entitled "Business After Hours” from 5 to 7 p m Tuesday, August ll. at New Braunfels Smokehouse Stated purpose "To relax, enjoy yourself, soc old friends, make new contacts ex change business cards and mingle " Your business card or equivalent is your ticket in the door Special to Mary F Jordan. Maj Ret of New Braunfels We can’t do what you ask without completely redesigning our television logs We Survivors include her husband. Robert Cone ot New Braunfels four daughters Jean nu* Anderson V irgima Sue Schwab. Mena Beth Zer cher and Jackie Lynn Schlichting all ot New Braunfels one sister Carmen Schatte ut Canyon Lake and lo grandchildren Memorials may be given to the chanty of one s choice Wilfred H. Sanders Services are pending at Doep penschmidt Funeral Home tor Willied ll Sanders ot Route 2 Box 838 sanders 81 died Aug 3 at McKenna Memorial Hospital just bought new ones to provide a better service, more complete, and if we added the Austin market to the logs, the entire shee-bang would be cramped and nobody could read the type, which would be smaller It just isn’t economically feasible at this time. But thank you for writing A knife found underneath the carpet of the old County Courtroom witness stand makes the installation of a security system in the new courtroom seem even more a nee cesitv The blade, which was a common steak knife, was found when demob tion crews were pulling carpet from the old courtroom as part of the courthouse renovation Herb Caldwell, chief of maintenance at the courthouse, said the knife was placed under a flap of carpet that had been cut to conceal the knife How long the knife, possibly in tended for use* as a weapon, was hidden is unknown Caldwell says how it got there with tilt* courtroom locked when no one s in it is a mystery District Judge Robert Pfeutfer has the knife in his possession now and says that it was no trick to get into ttie old courtroom Pfeuffer s personal theory is that tin- knife could hee been placed there during a domestic relations case which are known to sometimes become violent. A security system is now being in stalled in the new district courtroom to prevent such items as knives and guns from even entering the room Of course Texans with big belt buckles also set off the device Harold got a call this morning to report that yet another person flir ting with disaster on the Guadalupe River look a tumble that forced him under the Gruene Bridge Saturday afternoon The rafter, who did not have a lifeAssault jacket on at the time, fell out of a raft near the bridge, was swept under water and came up about 20 to 25 feet downstream of the bridge, according to the modest caller who didn't want his name used The rafter, who apparently banged his head during the ordeal, managed to grab a tree and hold on until he could tx* rescued "It scared the heck out of me. said our caller who watched the episode from the opposite side of the river He said he thought the careless rafter was lucky not to become another number in the Guadalupe River death count Continued from Page I reports, after txMiig forced from her car and into the suspect's car near Bob's Garage on Old Sattler Road and then driven to an unknown area of Canyon Lake She was returned lo the area of her original abduction near a convenience store in the Sat tier area shortly after the attack that occurred around I Jo a rn The woman was later taken to McKenna Memorial Hospital where she was treated and released Persons with information concern mg tilt* whereabouts ot the suspect sought by authorities are asked to call tilt* criminal investigation diva sion of the sheriff s office af 625 '*141 or Crime Stoppers at 620 TIPS where informants identities remain ti non y mous Should an arrest and grand jury in dictment result from a Crime Stop pers tip the informant could receive as much as$l non in reward monevRoad NBG Continued from Page I plant is found The plant will tx* located within the New Braunfels cl tv limits on the Guadalupe River upstream of the confluence of the Guadalupe and Comal rivers Sohn said NIU is looking for a 10-acre site near the river The plant will tx* designed for easy expansion NBL of finals have said The plant w ill prov ide the city w ith an alternative water source which would reduce the dependency on the aquifer and would ensure drinking water for local residents in tin* event the aquifer becomes contaminated Sohn said NBl attorneys are try mg to transfer the utilities surface water rights from the ( omul River to the Guadalupe* River NBl also is planning to purchase water from the Guadalupe Blanco River \uthority The purchased water would come from Canyon Lake and would fx* used during tunes of drought when the river would not otherwise provide water to the plant Fight projects are listed among those to tx* completed with bond funds City council members have said they are pleased with the pro J efts which improve the utilities sy stem in all areas of the city other projects included among the newly approved bond projects .ne expan sion to the Solms water system and the sewage collection system expan sum of the Gruene wastewater treat ment plant and improving sewage collection in tile Blieders < reek area Renovation of tile Kuehler South wastewater treatment plant will cost .in estimated $2 .» million That pro ject is not included among bond pro j»*cts because NBl officials expect to fund the renovation using tunds from the transmission lim* sale Continued from Paqe I mg The lake level late this morning stood at 921 4 ? feet above mean sea level The spillway level at Canyon I lam is 94 ? feet atxiv e mean sea lev el officials at the Corps of Fngineers office have indicated they still have no idea when anv of the parks or ixia! ramps will tx* ready to reopen bul they sav it will tx* several more wi*eks lx*fore any official considera Hon will tx* made Officials urge all persons especial Iv tutx*rs to stay off the Guadalupe River until tilt* flow rate drops back down NBU billing cycle changes The New Braunfels I Kilties lulling the month NIU servile*, will t* c cycle has changed as a convenience off to persons who receive their paychecks atter tile tirst ot each month Net pay ments tot NHI s eyclr one billings are due today Previously those payments would have tx*en dixias! 'Thursday The gross amount of tv cie one billings will tx* due Aug 14 Tor persons on NIR s cycle twt> tailings the net payment ot the btl s will tx* due \ug 16 one day tater than the old ** bedub* The gross amount of cycle two the full will tx1 due \ug 2t rather than on \ug 2 the prev ious deadline < ustomers on the cvi Ie two trilling se'hedule a ill rather than on the loth as was have their utilities v at of previously required lf not paid by th int I, utility bills are not paid by the lath of rather than the 26th Police Report Multi family District to ZU Zero lait Line District. *('-3 Commercial District and M 2 Heavy In dustry District Alfred K Frieke .lr - \lso a public bearing and recom [Herniation to the council on a pro posed rezoning of an ll 2 acre tract of land and a I 53 acre tract of land located in Northridge Subdivision on Northpark Drive from R 3 Multi family District to ZU Zero Lot Line District" to "R I Single family District Steve Taylor 'Trustee Also a public bearing and recom mendation to the council on propos cd rezoning of an 5 14 acres out of an 8 7981 acre tract located off Loop 337 from "R-2 Single family and Two-family District” to C l Local Business District” John G Thomas Trustee Also a public hearing and recom mendation to the council for a Special I se Permit lor a bed and breakfast establishment to fx* located at 227 S Academy which is zoned ' IL? Multi family District Amanda Case agent And a public hearing and con sideralionof approval to vacate and resubdivision plat tor Norwood Sub division Block I Ixjt 2 NAM Investments' The New Braunfels ISD Board of Trustees will meet in closed session at 6 to p rn t(xlay at the Fducation Center at 431 VV Mill St to consider personnel matters The board will convene in open session at 7 p rn Board members are expected to take action to approve resignations, retirements, appointments and leaves of absence The tx>ard also will review a report by the Southern Association visitation committee Police early Monday morning arrested Richard Michael Murray 24 of New Braunfels on charges of possession of marijuana under two ounces atter he had fx*t*n stopped on Hunter Road near Gruene A convenience store at lxHip . and Common street reported Sunday evening a nu.seel I anguis theft Theft early this morning of four 12 packs of tx*er was reported by the convenience store at laxip 337 and < ommon Street No arrests were made in an assault reported Monday evening by a I * year old female in flu block of North VS ashington street An assault with family violence was reported Monday morning in the lHoo block ot Michigan street A telephone valued at san was taken in a burglary of a residence Monday afternoon in the 2(H» block of West Mill Street Nothing was reported stolen in an attempted burglary overnight Sunday of an an antique store in the 200 block of West Mill Street A television was listed as stolen in a burglary Monday evening of a residence in tlx* 8on block of I S 81 West Criminal mischief to an auto was reported Mondav morning in the Hog block ol I West Burglary of a motor vehicle was reported Monday evening ai a last h*>d establishment in the (rf*1 block of South VS ainu! Street Burglary ot a motor vehicle overnight sunday in the MMI blin k of I/Oma V tst.t resulted in the theft of .i small combination IV awl radio anti a stop watch Criminal mischief to an auto was reported Sunday at Huacosprings Rd and Texas 4t. West Burglary of an establishment over the weekend in th** MIO blin k of West Sal Antonio Street resulted iii the then of > mi worths of cigaret tes The sexual assault of a 20 veal old mal** tx curred sunday afternoon in the pron bio* koi I s HI West Police Sunday evening arrested Armando Medina 2 of *>4 > s Academy St on * barges of possession of marijuana under two ounces atter fx*ing stopped in the IOO block of Lincoln Street Jesus Gonzalez 18 of 157 Fast Commerce was arrested Sunday afternoon and charged Witt; possession of marijuana under two ounces follow mg a routine traffic violation on Binman Island Drive Police earls sunday morning arrested Tonya \i dree lei ai a a pat re x* ural ..•It h him nee e w as the \g* Ktmich 2o of 610 Butcher of third degree teams cnmma tic d rom at Kl it. a f. had tx*en placed and reportedly prix axled to us* 1 and feet to t ans*' jhuo damage ti and rear door after polit e reporte in the custody of a stranger at th** Burglary of .» motor vehu Sunday evening al Fden Home for Criminal mist hie! in curred nuim ill th** I**' blink of Mot ales Burglary of a motor vehu Ie w. Nunda v morning on Mission Circle police wet** called Sunday nu i es idem •* in th** *' blo* k of Rodriguez Is disturbam «* ( liminal mischief was report** evening in til** •"*■ bUx’k of Lake A I**w Assault tis threat was reported T ridas even mg in th** Phi blot k ot h ast h .nisi .street Persons *ith information regarding an. ***lon, crime are ashed to can Crime Stoppers a» *. TIPS da y or mqht and spean to me officer on du t, Callers remain completely anon*mous Crime Stoppers pa , s rewards ot up to i I OOO tor mtorma lion that leads to the ar r est and qr and lur » con. ic tion ot per sons committing telon , crimes mg UP J Public Records District Clerk Civil Fihnqs State of Texas vs Jerry Ledenham, dba Ledenham’s Spa Factory Outlet deceptive trade practice M M Alrnad Janet Ahmad and Brenda's Travel Center vs William Fischer, breach of warrants Divorces Lory Lynn Weidner and Russell Keith Weilbacher County Court At Law Convictions Judge Ron Prichard David L Carroll Rt 2. Box 243C, Canyon Lake DW I driver's license* suspended lhn days lino line three days jail credit time served Ronald Kline *991)11 tit 4 New Braunfels DWL 4750 fine I ho days jail probated two years with thrtx* days shock jail and Guardian In terlock Program one year Nancy Theres** Scholl 935 In terstate 35 West No 20. New Braunfels DWI $650 fine 90 days jail probated two years Mark Lane Wolff 1m»4 Hamilton San Marcos DWI $450 fine ‘todays jail probated two years with three days shock jail and Guardian In Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Mr and Mrs Edward L Clark, Route 6. Box 695, Number 42. 8 pound, 6 ounce fxiy July 9 Jeff and Shelly Haecker 223 Royal Drive. Converse. 7 pound 2 ounce boy; July 31 Arthur and Isabel Garza 1690 la*** 6 pound J ounce boy, Aug I James and Brenda Helgren 595 S 1 mon 7 pound, 10-ounce girl Aug 2 Refer and Rosemary Krause Route 20 Box Md, San Antonio ti pound. 10-ounce boy Aug 2 Jose and Yolanda Longoria. 97o N Liberty, 8 pound J ounce girl Aug 3 terlock Rrogram one year Rebecca Williamson 15510 River Bend. San Antonio DW! $350 fine 90 dav s jail probated two years Russell W ayne Maddex 59t»2 Little Creek Tr Austin DW I lino fine ut days jail on weekends driver s license suspended one year Stewart lrvm Beers 127 Hryker San Antonio, DWI lino fine six days jail driver s license suspended one year Horse hell Lynn Reynolds t>»2 R (J Box Buda DWLs $150 fine three days jail credit time served Fusebio Rodriquez Here/ 882 Samuel New Braunfels reckless driving $50 fine three days jail Dennis James Ward 102 Coral Vine Lake Jackson. DWLS $5ofine three days jail credit time served Rodney James Verm 3715 lower Rd , Santa Fe ’Tx DW L $2oo fine 60 days jail probated two years I /ow ell I x*e Schuman Rt I, Box 397, New Braunfels DWI, $450 fine 90 days jail probated two years with three* days shock jail Susana Garza Guerra. 651 S. Ult 7 New Braunfels, theft over $20 under $2oo $ UN) fine 60 days jail probated six months Ronald Keith Thomas, 1730 Pecan Lane. Humble; DWI $750 fine, 90 days jail probated two years Diana Lynn Ramire*/ 491 s Academy New Braunfels theft over $20 under $2oo IKM) fine OO days jail probated six mon (tis Vernon Chester Taylor n >o Southeast !! New Braunfels DVM $350 fine ini days jail probated two years Helen Louise* Mernwether 721 I-Mountain. Seguin theft over $2>* under $200 $3*Mine Mtdaysja pro bated six months Aniceto Cortes Martinez Mo But cher Apt I New Braunfels DVM $350 fine »>o davs jail probate*d two years F u a 11 a Rodriquez 470 N Washington New Braunfels theft over $2o under $2ou $ioo fine (in days jail probated six months Arraignments Precinct I Justice of the Peace Judge Harold Krueger David William Miller violation of probation, no bond s**t Tony Ann Kmich; felony criminal mischief bond $5.(NX) Jos**ph Angel Castro violation of probation, robltery by threat $2,000 Mind Juan Manuel Delgado, failure to appear on felony DW I $2,000 bond ;

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