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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New texas Weather 1987 Stammtisch Water Watch Comal cfs same Canyon Lake cfs down 116 Canyon Lake MO cfs down 40 Canyon Lake down Edwards down Because of tile high lake Cranes Mill Canyon Park and Comal Park and ail Corp of Engineers bdat ramps are County boat ramps are not but boating is considered dangerous because of floating and submerged Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Fair lo partly cloudy through Wide ly scattered afternoon and even ing Ihundershowers soulheasl lexas and coastal plains Wednes more numerous extreme Highs Wednesday in the 90s to near 102 along the lower Rio Grande WEST TEXAS Parlly cloudy Wednesday with a slight chance of Highs Wednesday upper 80s panhandle with 90s except to around 104 along the Big Bend of the Rio NORTH TEXAS Thunderstorms spreading over the north and east Highs Wednesday ranging from the mid 90s to near Extended Forecast ThursdaySaturday SOUTH TEXAS Oartly cloudy with a chance of mostly afternoon and evening showers or thunder showers more numerous Soulheasl Texas and coaslal plains Friday and Highs in the near 100 Rio Grande plains and Lower Rio Grande Lows in the low 80s immediale WEST TEXAS No significant precip i t alion Temperalures a liltle above seasonal Highs 90s ex cept near 101 Big Lows 60s and NORTH TEXAS A slight chance of Ihunderstorms east Otherwise continued fair Highs ranging from Ihe mid 90s southeast to 98 to 102 central and Lows in the Texas Weather A cold front that stretched across southeast Kansas and nor thwest Oklahoma nipped parts of the bringing scar rered thunderstorm to the areas early Most of the storms were on the extreme northern areas of the That cold front raised expecta tions for rain over northwest but as of C most of the Lone Star stale had no precipila Over most of Ihe skies were clear excepl for low clouds in San Anlonio and Ihe soulh cenlral parl of the Winds were shifling lo Ihe norlh in the Panhandle areas behind the cold while south to southwesl winds prevailed over Ihe rest of the Wind speeds ranged belween 5 mph lo 15 Temperatures dropped inlo Ihe 60s over Ihe mounlainous while the rest of Texas had readings in the 70s and low The early morning extremes ranged from 60 degrees at Marfa in the Davis Mountains to 85 degrees al Ihe Naval Air Slalion in Corpus Thundershowers were expected during the afternoon and early evening over extreme southeast the National Weather Ser vice Highs Wendesday were ex peeled lo range from Ihe upper 80s in the Panhandle to the 90s and low 100s CoflfiAuetf from fife i refreshments will be Music tor yalls dining and dancing pleasure also will be For mere call Gladys H Yahod A CountryWestern Jam boree courtesy of the shanty will be from noon til lo or so at the Blanco Lumber Admissionis and a portion of the proceeds go to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy on hand willbe Johnny Kent Gary Bogg and the Wry Grass Band Clay Kenny Dale and George Ingram and the Cotton Mouth good What more could you ask for Tickets are sold in advance at the Shanty on FM The Blanco Lumber by the is in Saltier about 15 miles from In terstate Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce will hold a member ship mixer entitled Business After Hours from 5 to 7 August at New Braunfels Stated purpose To enjoy see old make new ex change business cards and Your business card or equivalent is your ticket in the Special to Mary of New We cant do what you ask wilhout completely redesigning our television We Obituaries Doris Jean Cone Doris Jean Cone of 868 Porter died 1 at Southwest Texas Methodist Services were at 10 today at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Bill Ar nold of New Braunfels Burial was in San Marcos City was born in San Marcos to John Morgan and Ola Goforth nee Smilh She married Robert Cone on in San Cone was a relired unit clerk at McKenna Memorial She was a member of the Church of Christ and was a volunteer at Seele Elemenlary Survivors include her Robert Cone of New Braunfels four Jeannie Virginia Sue Mena Beth Zer cher and Jackie Lynn all of New Braunfels one Carmen Schalle of Canyon Lake and 10 Memorials may be given to the charity of ones Wilfred Services are pending at Doep penschmidt Funeral Home for Wilfred Sanders of Route Box died 3 at McKenna Memorial Public meetings New Braunfels Rivers Advisory Board will meet for Iheir monlhly session today evening at 4 at the Landa Park New board members will be introduced with election of officers New Braunfels Parks and Recrea tion Advisory Board will meet tonighl al 7 in Ihe Landa Park Members will consider a re quest lo make soccer fields alcoholfree as well as Ihe Wurslworld concession conlracl which expires December 31 and revenues from the monlh of New Braunfels Building Board of Adjustments and Appeals will meet al today to elect a chair man and consider an application by JBJ Inveslmenls lo granl a variance to Visla Hills Jnit to allow up to sixteen residential lots lo be developed without complying with Seclion of Ihe 1895 Standard Fire Code and Section 1231 of the National Fire Proleclion Associalion Slan 1984 This if would allow up lo sixleen homes to be conslrucled and oc cupied wilhoul providing a waler supply deemed adequate by Ihe Fire Official for firefighting New Braunfels Planning and Bon ing commission will meel at today in New Braunfels Utilities meeting 201 Main Agenda calls for a public hearing and recommendation to the city council of a proposed rezoning of acres of land located bel ween FM 725 and Old McQueeney Road and north of Iselin Planl pro perty from R2 Singlefamily and Twofamily Districl and R3 just bought new ones to provide a better more and if we added the Austin market to the the entire sheebang would be crimped and nobody cmild read the which would be It just isnt economically feasible at this 6ut thank you for 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 nec The which was a common steak Was found when demoli tion crews were pulling carpet from the old courtroom as part of the courthouse Herb chief of maintenance at the said Ihe knife was placed under a flap of carpel lhat had been cul to conceal the How long the possibly in tended for use as a was hidden is Caldwell says how it got there with the courtroom locked when no ones in is a Dislricl Judge Roberl Pfeuffer has Ihe knife in his possession now and says lhal il was no Irick lo gel inlo Ihe old Pfeuffers personal Iheory is lhal the knife could hve been placed Ihere during a domeslic relalions case which are known to sometimes become 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 Of course texans with big belt buckles also set off the Harold got a call this morning to report that yet another person flir ting with disaster on the Guadalupe River took a tumble that forced him under the Gruene Bridge Saturday The who did hot have a life jacket oti at the ell out o a raft fieaf the was swept under water and came up about 20 to 25 feet downstream of the according to the modest caller who didnt want his name the Who apparently banged his head during the managed to grab a tree and hold on until he could be It scared the heck out of said our caller who Watched the episode from the opposite side of the He said he thought the careless rafter was lucky not to become another number In the Guadalupe River death Continued from Page 1 after being forced from her car and into the suspects car near Bobs Garage on Old Saltier Road and then driven to an unknown area of Canyon She was returned to the area of her original abduction near a convenience store in the Sal tier area shortly after the attack that occurred around The woman was later taken lo McKenna Memorial Hospital where she was treated and Persons with information concern ing the whereabouts of Ihe suspect soughl by aulhorilies are asked lo call the criminal investlgalion divi sion of the sheriffs office al 6259141 or Crime Stoppers al 620TIPS where informanls identilies remain Should an arrest and grand jury in diclmenl resull from a Crime Slop pers the informanl could receive as much as in reward Road NBU Continued from Page 1 plant is The planl will be located wilhin Ihe New Braunfels ci ly limils on Ihe Guadalupe River upslream of Ihe confluence of Ihe Guadalupe and Comal Sohn said NBU is looking for a 10acre site near Ihe The plant will be designed for easy NBU of ficials have The plant will provide the city with an alternalive waler source which would reduce Ihe dependency on Ihe aquifer and would ensure drinking water for local residents in the event the aquifer becomes Sohn said NBU attorneys are try ing to transfer the utilities surface water rights from the Comal River to the Guadalupe NBU also is planning to purchase water from the GuadalupeBlanco River The purchased water would come from Canyon Lake and would be used during limes of drought when the river would nol otherwise provide water lo Ihe Eighl projecls are lisled among those to be completed with bond City council members have said they are pleased with the pro jecls which improve the ulilities system in all areas of the Other projecls included among the newly approved bond projects are expan sion to the Solms water system and the sewage collection expan sion of Ihe Gruene wastewater treat ment plant and improving sewage collection in the Blicciers Creek Renovation of the Kuehlcr South wastewater Ireatment planl will cost an estimated That pro ject is not included among bond pro jects because NBU officials expect to fund Ihe renovation using funds from the transmission line Continued from Page 1 The lake level late this morning stood al feel above mean sea The spillway level al Canyon Dam is 943 feel above mean sea Officials al Ihe Corps of Engineers office have indicated they still have no idea when any of the parks or boal ramps will be ready to but they say it will be several more weeks before any official consldera lion will be Officials urge all especial ly to stay off Ihe Guadalupe River until the flow rate drops back NBU billing cycle changes The New Braunfels Utilities billing cycle has changed as a convenience to persons who receive their paychecks after the first of each Net payments for NBUs cycle one billings arc due those payments would have been due last The gross amount of cycle one billings will be due rather than on the 10th as was previously If cycle one utility bills are not paid by the 15th of the NBU senices will be cut For persons on NBUs cycle two the net payment of the bills will be due Aug one day later than the old The gross amount of cycle two the bill will be due rather than on the previous deadline Customers on the cycle two billing schedule will have their ulilities cut off if their bills are not paid by the 27th of the rather than the Police Report Multifamily Dislricl to ZH Zero Lol Line C3 Commer cial District and M2 Heavy In duslry Alfred Fricke Also a public hearing and recom mendalion lo Ihe council on a pro posed rezoning of an Iracl of land and a tract of land located in Northridge Subdivision on Northpark Drive from R3 Multi family District to ZH Zero Lot Line District to Rl Singlefamily Steve Also a public hearing and recom mendalion lo Ihe council on propos ed rezoning of an acres out of an trad located off Loop 337 from R2 Singlefamily and Twofamily Dislrict to Cl Local Business Districl John Also a public hearing and recom mendalion lo Ihe council for a Special Use Permil for a bed and breakfasl eslablishmenl lo be located at 227 Academy which is zoned R3 Mullifamily Amanda And a public hearing and con siderationof approval to vacate and resubdivision plat for Norwood Sub Block Lot 2 Jn The New Braunfels ISP Soard of Trustees will meet in closed session al today at the Education Center at 431 Mill to consider personnel The will convene in open session at 7 Board members are expected to take action to approve appointments and leaves of The board will review a report by the Southern Association visitation Police early Monday morning arrested Richard Michael of New on charges of possession of marijuana under two ounces after he had been stopped on Hunter Road near A convenience slore at Loop 337 and Common Street reported Sunday evening a miscellaneous Theft early this morning of four 12packs of beer was reported by the convenience store at Loop 337 and Common No arrests were made in an assault reported Monday evening by a 15yearold female in the 800 block of North Washington An assault with family violence was reported Monday morning in the 1800 block of Michigan A valued at was taken in a burglary of a residence Monday afternoon in the 200 block of West Mill Nolhing was reported stolen in an attempted burglary overnight Sunday of an an antique store in the 200 block of West Mill A television was listed as stolen in a burglary Monday evening of a residence in the 800 block of 81 Criminal mischief to an auto was reported Monday morning in the 800 block of 135 West Burglary of a motor vehicle was reported Monday evening at a fast food establishment in the GOO block of South Walnut Burglary of a motor vehicle overnight Sunday in the 600 block of Loma Vista resulted in the theft of a small combination TV and radio and a stop Criminal mischief to an auto was reported Sunday at Huaco Springs and Texas 46 Burglary of an establishment over the weekend in the 600 block of West San Antonio Streel resulted in the theft of S50 worth of cigaret tes The sexual assault of a 20yearold male oc curred Sunday afternoon in the HMXi block of US 81 Police Sunday evening arrested Armando of 645 Academy on charges of possession of marijuana under two ounces after being stopped in the 100 block of Lincoln Jesus of 157 East was arrested Sunday afternoon and charged with possession of marijuana under two ounces follow ing a routine traffic violation on Hinman Island Police early Sunday morning arrested Tonya Ann of 610 Butcher on charges of third degree felony criminal mischief at a laun Kimich had been placed in a patrol car and reportedly proceded to use her hands and feet to cause damage to the units cage and rear door after police reportedly left her child In the custody of a stranger at the business Burglary of a motor vehicle was reported Sunday evening at Eden Home or the Aged Criminal mischief occurred Sunday morning in the 100 block of Burglary of a motor vehicle was reported Sunday morning on Mission Circle Police were called Sunday morning to a residence in the 100 block of Rodriguez for a fami ly disturbance Criminal mischief was reported Saturday evening in the 300 block of Lake View Assault by threat was reported Friday even ing in the 100 block of East Faust Persons with information regarding any felony crime are asked to call Crime Stoppers al 620 day or and speak to the officer on du Callers remain completely Crime Stoppers pays rewards of up to for informa tion that leads to the arrest and grand jury convic tion of persons committing felony Public Records District Clerk Civil Filings Stale of Texas Jerry dba Ledenhams Spa Factory Outlet deceptive Irade Janet Ahmad and Brendas Travel Center William Fischer breach of Divorces Lory Lynn Weidner and Russell County court At Law Convictions Jy49e Ron Pochard David Carroll Box Canyon Lake DWI drivers license suspended 180 days fine Ihree days jail credit time Ronald Kline 399DH HI New Braunfels DWI fine 180 days jail probated two years with three days shock jail and Guardian In terlock Program one Nancy Therese Scholl 935 In terstate 35 West New Braunfels DWI fine 90 days jail probated two Mark Lane Wolff 1604 San Marcos DWI fine 90 days jail probated Iwo years wilh Ihree days shock jail and Guardian In Births McKenna Memorial Hospital and Edward Clark Route Box Number 42 8 6ownee boy July Jeff and Shelly Haecker 223 Royal Converse 2ownee boy July Arthur and Isabel Garza 1690 Lee 3ounceboy James and Brencia Helgren 595 Union girl Peter and Rosemary Krause Route Box San Antonio 6 Jose and YoJajjda Lpngoria 970 Liberty girl terlock Program one Rebecca Williamson 15510 River San Antonio DWI fine 90 days jail probated two Russell Wayne Maddex 5902 Little Creek Austin DWI fine 30 days jail on weekends drivers license suspended one Stewart Irvin Beers 127 San Anlonio DWI fine six days jail drivers license suspended one Herschell Lynn Reynolds 652 Buda DWLS fine three days jail credil time Eusebio Rodriquez Perez 882 New Braunfels reckless driving fine Ihree days Dennis James Ward 102 Coral Lake Jackson DWLS fine three days jail credit time Rodney James Verm 3715 Tower Santa PW1 fine 60 days jail probated two Lowell Lee Schuman Box New Brawfels PWJ MSP fine 90 days jail probated two years with three days Susans Gajzs Guerra Lpt New BraunMs theft over under fine GO days jail probated six Ronald Keith Thomas 1730 Pecan HWRbfe PWJ line days jajj probated two Diana Lynn Ramirez 491 New Braunfels theft over under fine 60 days jail probated six Vernon Chester Taylor 650 Southeast New Braunfels DWI fine 60 days jail probated two Helen Louise Merriwether 721 Seguin theft over under fine 60 days jail pro bated six Aniceto Cortes Martinez 610 But cher New Braunfels DWI fine 60 days jail probated two Eualia Rodriquez 470 New Braunfels theft over under fine 60 days jail probated six Arraignments Precinct 1 Justice Of the Peace Ju0ge Harold Kryeger William Miller violation of probation no bond Tony Ann Kinich felony criminal mischief tond Angel Castro violation of robbery by threat bond Juan Manuel Pelgado to appear on felony DWI   

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