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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 13, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                f Weather Vendors Appreciate iff Water Watch Canyon Lake cfs down ts Canyon Lake cfs same Canyon Lake down Edwards down outflow will be Deduced Pfiday evening to f coble Met pelsecond and will stay near that level throughout the ol the high lake most Corps ol engineers boat ramps are closed two boats ramps at Jacobs Creek and one at Cranes Mill Marina are North Park and Jacobs Creek Park are open or forecast SOUTH TEXAS Scattered mainly afternoon and evening thunderstorms Hill Country and Edwards Some late night and early morning low clouds south Otherwise mostly sunny and continued quite hot through Friday with highs around 90 immediate 100 to 107 Rio Grande plains and Lower Rio Grande 90s to near 100 elsewhere with the heat index 105 to Lows tonight near 70 Hill low 80s immediate 70s rest of South NORTH TEXAS Scattered thunderstorms east and west with isolated thunderstorms central sections through this Lows tonight in the Widely scattered thunderstorms west on Otherwise partly cloudy and hot with highs from the upper 90s to near WEST TEXAS Widely scat tered showers and thunderstorms this evening mainly mountains otherwise partly cloudy through Warmer north on Lows tonight 66 Panhan dle and mountains to 73 Highs Friday in the 90s except near 105 big Extended Forecast SaturdayMonday SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy and hot skies and warm at Morning lows in the 80s along the im mediate Daytime highs in the 100 to 105 along the Rio Grande WEST TEXAS Partly cloudy with isolated afternoon and even ing except more numerous Panhandle Temperatures a little above seasonal Highs Panhan dle and South Plains in the lower to middle Lows in the middle to upper Highs Permian Basin and far west in the middle Lows in the upper Highs Concho Valley in the upper Lows in the lower Highs Big Bend country upper 80s moun tains to near 102 along Rio Lows near 60 mountains to the middle 70s along the NORTH TEXAS Warm and humid Saturday through Monday with isolated thunderstorms southeastern High temperatures in the mid 90s to near lows in the Texas Weather Widely scattered thunderstorms were forecast through tonight for North the Hill Edwards Plateau and extreme West The thunderstorm activity was to be triggered by a weak cool front that extended early today from southwestern Oklahoma across the Childress and Lubbock area into eastern New Continued from Page 1 in aeeerdarice With other bustttessesV Shaftds Sharids said the city could rework ordinances that would permit vehicles and trailers to park and do A temporary vendors per mit has alsd been Shands said the city has been threatened with litigation challenging an or dinance that has been interpreted to include trailers and vehicles as per manent or attached structures when He also suggested designating an area of town where all the vendors could operate one with reasonable visibility and traffic Me said Austin had undertaken such a move but said that city has regretted doing Few temproray vendors are licens ed by the state for purposes of sales tax and such operations generally produce little But one local sidewalk vendor said he buys and trades locally and con tributes to the I borrowed the money for my trailer here in New I buy my insurance here in New Braunfels and buy my materials said resident Glenn who owns a funnel cake stand that is hired by local businesses and organizations for special Shands contend that vendors pose problems for especially vendors selling consumable in that if a foodborne illness were to oc officials Would have if chance of tracking its Pro blems also contends with vendors operating public Mghtofways within high traffic In other council set a special meeting for 18 to discuss the citys master plati overview and street construction including county Line Road and proposed innerand outercity The time of the meeting has been slated for and it is ten tatively set for the meeting room of New Braunfels In other business this council unanimously approved the following third and final reading of an or dinance adjusting fees for use of municipal swimming third and final reading of an or dinance establishing a reinvestment zone for commercialindustrial tax second reading of an ordinance deannexing a strip of land adjoining the city limits now owned by Wal Mart for purposes of property tax a resolution approving the agreement for property tax abate ment with a resolution approving amend ment to wholesale power agreement between the city and Lower Colorado River Coma County Sheriff Walter Fellers hands New Braunfels police dispatcher and composite artist Willie Padilla the depart ment s Certificate of Appreciation Padilla performs an invaluable service for both the sheriffs and police department with his renderings of soughtafter The presentation made to Padilla Wednesday was for his sketch that led to a quick arrest last week by sheriffs investigators of a rural man suspected in an aggravated sexual Photo provided by sheriffs Hydro Obituaries Police Report A motor vehicle was stolen and recovered in the 100 block of IH 35 S Thursday The burglary of a motor vehicle was reported Wednesday morning in the 1000 block of IH 35 Stolen were boots and assorted shoes valued at about A Smith and Wesson pistol was also A burglary of a nonhabitation was reported Wednesday in the 1000 block of Bridge A television valued at was A burglary of a nonhabitation was reported Wednesday afternoon in the 100 block of East Camp A lawnmower and tree trimmer valued at were in quarters were stolen from a business in the 1200 block of River crest Drive A 12gauge Savage pump shotgun was stolen from a vehicle Wednesday in front of a local con The gun was valued at An incident of criminal mischief was reported in the 1200 block of West San Antonio About glass pane was Persons with any information con cerning any felony crime are asked MS Week to call Crime Stoppers at day or and speak with the of ficer on Callers remain com pletely Crime Stoppers pays rewards of up to for in formation that leads to the arrest and grand jury conviction of persons committing felony Public Records Arraignments Precincts Justice of the Peace Judge Fred Stewart Raymond Schleicher motion to revoke DWI Richard Diaz failure to appear to answer charge of theft over S200 and under Jerry Thomas Allen forgery by passing Kelly Ann Lee theft over under S750 bond motion to revoke probation on forgery by pass ing no bond Continued from Page 1 lake plant to supplement the citys At the other end of the if the river flow remained the same as it historically has been and if LCRA fuel costs increase as ex New Braunfels residents could save a cumlative million in electrical Gene NBUs board praised the project Wednesday for making use of the power within the flowing river The project does not use coal and does not use fuel he It uses good old Guadalupe River he Construction on the project is ex pected to begin next week and Specht said Wednesday the work should be completed in about a He said the project actually makes double use of the reservoir that was created with the construction of Canyon Dam almost 30 years Eddie chairman of the GBRA board of call ed the project a longterm source of energy for New He said GBRA is pleased to be of Gumperl said the dam is serving its purpose of storing water and con trolling GBRA is building the hydroectric plant which has doubled in costs since discussions originally began more than six years The original estimates were near Cur the estimated project cost is Officials involved in planning the project said the original estimates were off base because of the uniqueness of the Con struction of hydroelectric generating plants is common but only rarely is a plant built at an existing Legal fees have escalated for the project largely because of NBU and GBRA officials estimate about have been spent in Maygr grpen has proclaimed the week of 1f multiple sclerosis week in New Here he is handing the proclama tion to Dee Ryeen and Sandra Both hae keen diagnosed as having the incurable neurological disorder that afflicts 200 person Those interested in participating in a Support group that meets monthly here can at 650335 or Gibbs at The grpup is open to those diagnosed as having multiple sclerosis or family members and friends of someone with the Landa Park Golf Course is the site Sunday of a Multi ple Sclerosis First prize of is contributed by Texas Commerce New Braunfels National and Citizens National Bank second prize of four dozen golf balls by Bill Halbert third prize of four baskets with cards by New Braunfels Driv ing Range fourth prize of four dinners at Pats Place ciosesttpthepinonl prize of an in itial office visit to Lohmeier Chiropractice Center by Mark fighting what they consider unfound ed Earlier this a district judge in Seguin denied a request for a tem porary restraining order to prohibit plant construction from The request came from a firm that bid unsuccessfully for the projects construction con The firm has filed suit against the river authority alleging that GBRA violated the law when officials failed to require a construction bond from the low David GBRAs planning said the judge in the case has requested both parties involved in the lawsuit submit GBRAs staff still is working to change two provisions in the Federal Energy Regulatory Commissions license allowing construction of the The license requires a minimum flow from the something GBRA officials said could damage the reservoirs ability to store The minimum flow of 90 cubic feet per second was included in the license on the recommendation of the Fish and Wildlife That department wanted the minimum flow to enhance the en vironment for fish downstream of the A spokesperson for FERC said earlier today that the commission will not meet again this month and so will not be able to consider GBRAs request until Lois representing Canyon Lake Area Citizens Association and Comal United has been a vocal opponent of the hydro for stated reasons of concern for the ecology of the site and what she says is an opportunity for GBRA to gain control over land in the area that it should not She and others have continually challenged the legality of the hydro and in the latest maneuver have tried to convince New Braunfels City Council that it should buy the hydro in the name of the city rather than relinquish ownership complete ly to Theyre breaking but that doesnt mean Duggan said adding there are challenges she and her peers havent brought to We are going to fight she Duggan and her husband operate a convenience store and bait shop at the entrance to Jacobs Creek Park at Canyon Fenceless Continued from Page 1 Whatley said he anticipates the area will be used for passive recrea tion such as fishing or He said about the only thing the parks department wants to add to the pro perty is a few litter Last the parks director he noticed several people just strolling along the water in the nesv park the city will acquire about 18 acres of new park land in the area of the LCRA Before any use can be made of the all electrical equipment will have to be removed and new fences built around transmission Even though making use of the park land is something that will not happen for possibly several Whatley said he already is consider ing hosv the area might be New picnic soccer fields and tennis courts are among the improvements he hopes can be developed on the pro Its real unusual lo be able to add property to an urban Whatley said We know we have a need for group more picnic and know we need more parking spaces Hans DalMolin Services are pending at Doep pensclmiidt Funeral Home for Hans DalMolin who died 12 at his residence at 173 Elvira Ann Triesch Services for Elvira Ann Triesch of 876 Eikel will be at 10 Friday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Llnwood Kennedy of New Braunfels Burial will be in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park died 1 at Humana Hospital in San Antonio Triesch was born in Schumansville to Eugene and Then i nee Klein She married Randolph Triesch on June 1950 in New A lifetime New Hraunfcls Triesch was a telephone operator for Southwestern Bell and was a member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ Survivors include her Randolph Porky Triesch of New two Wayne Elliott Triesch and Michael Gene of New one Evelyn Wiederstem ol one Kennil Krause of New and two grandchildren DAVID MAY covers City Hall and Comal County daily in the HvraldZritung in Register for Diamond Sapphire Ring to bf given lr A i Located in Densons 173 Seguin 6293318   

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