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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 14, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New f exas Weather RtdRaidtr Water Watch Coma cfs down 6 Canyon Lake efs up 223 Canyon Lake cfs down 130 Canyon Lake down Edwards down he eotflow will be reduced Pf Way evening fd cubic feet pef setowd and will stay heaf that level throughout fhe of the high lake most Corps of Engineers boat ramps are closed two boats ramps at Jacobs Creek arid one at Cranes Mill Marina are North Park and Jacobs Creek Park are open for Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Tonight and Saturday fair except some early morning cloudiness south central portion otherwise partly cloudy continued hot Lows tonight in the mid and upper 70s except a few 80s along the Highs Saturday in the 90s to a few 100s NORTH TEXAS Scattered thunderstorms over the western otherwise hot days and warm nights through Highs mid 90s to near Lows WEST TEXAS Isolated even ing thunderstorms mountains more numerous Otherwise fair Sunny most sections Hot most sections Lows tonight 67 Panhandle to 75 south except mid 60s in the Highs Saturday 97 north and far west to 102 Permian Basin with near 90 mountains and near 105 Big Texas Weather Scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected tonight across Northwest Texas and West But most of the state will con tinue to have summer weather in the form of hot days and warm nights through Skies will be partly cloudy around the Lows tonight will be mostly in the ranging from the 60s in the Panhandle to the lower 80s along the coast and in portions of North Highs Saturday will be mostly in the mid to upper Some readings in South Texas and North Central Texas will range from 100 to A few showers and isolated thunderstorms were reported at dawn today in the Edwards the South Plains and in northern sections of the Panhan Early morning temperatures were mostly in the ranging from the 60s in the Panhandle to the 80s along the Extremes ranged from 69 at Amarillo to 85 at Fort Other early morning temperatures around the state in cluded 75 at Wichita 78 at 77 at 78 at San An 79 at Corpus Christi and 80 at 73 at San 73 at 70 at Midland and 72 at El Public Records Bill District Clerk Civil Filings Julian Edward Reyna Darlene Smith Reyna application for writ of habeous Ladshaw WRD and Davis suit on Divorces Rolan and Janet Patricia Rolanda and Elias Joseph Maria and Mario Ediiberto and Regina Hernandez County Clerk Marriages Juli Cathleen Nichols and Robert Alan Anna Verstegen and Mark Kevin Samantha Malenkiya Godden and Adam Bryan County CourtAtLaw Convictions Judge Ron Prichard Roberto Mier 1108 San An tonio theft over S20 under S200 S125 fine 60 days jail credit time Urbano Vital 1520 Mill New Braunfels DWI S350 fine 60 days jail probated two Anthony Resales 518 Seguin theft over S20 and under S200 fine ten days jail on to be served on Rita Resales 518 Seguin theft over S20 and under S200 fine 60 days jail probated two David Dwayne Owen Box Cibolo DWI S650 fine 90 days jail probated two Keith Alan Stines 5811 Oak San Antonio DWI drivers license suspended one year 60 days jail served on Miguel Acevedo 241 New Braunfels criminal mischief 16 days jail credit time Michael Majors 7106 Buffalo San Antonio DWI fine 90 days jail probated two Robert Vance Massief HCRI Box Spring Branch resisting ar rest no fine credit time David Brent Mayfield 904A Austin DWI fine 60 days jail probated two Andrew Benson Haynes Route Box New Braunfels DWI drivers license 90 days Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Stan 15ounce and 1215 Mesquite girl and Al 310 Riley Seguin 8pound girl and Robert HC Box Canyon Lake 15 ounce boy and Randall 218 Alves Lane 3ounce and Mike Obituaries Tony dal Molin Box 352 1ounce girl and Michael 25890 San Antonio Out of town and Jeff Quinn HCR Box Canyon Lake 4ouncegirl Michael and Michelle Mullins 1060 Gardenia 10ounce boy 8 in San Grandparents are Myrtle Peterson of New Bob Morrison of San An Ed and Dorothy Mullins of Ca nyon and Darrell Belt 121 Old Kuntz 9ounce girl July Grandparents are and Keith Parker of New Braunfels and and Don Belt of Continued ffam Nit t down to efs by the The lake level has been reduced to near cdrtsef vatioii pool level after hitting its all time recorded high on Jtlne 19 of fhe reduced level has opened both boat ramps at Jacobs Creek and the ramp at Cranes Mill Marina attd two North Park and Jacobs Creek are now open for The emergency communications club met at New Braunfels police headquarters Wednesday morning with the police corp parks and wildlife game fire chief and members of county volunteer fire departments going over information and rescue pro We were turning in lists of equip ment so that in case of disaster we can better dispatch and get to where we need to said Hassold of the The club has a con tract with the county to perform emergency rescues and traffic The 28 volunteers who comprise the communications club also make up the Comal County Civil Defense Rescue Squad for river and lake Hassold said that he believes more visitors will be tubing and raf ting on the river with the reduced outflow Rates below cfs are considered safe for recreational use below the He said that there will still be some parts of the river in which navigation will be arduous and there will be some obstructions high in the water left behind by the two months of heavy rains in May and June followed by two more months of maximum flow rates in the rivers Even with treacherous the summer of 1987 has put club members were put to the task July 4 when outoftown visitors all but stayed out of the resulting in club members and county officials plucking hundreds of tree monkeys from the We were busy as heck that said I hope it wont be that The river has claimed its share of lives during the already taking eight lives in the Ten persons drowned in Kendall County July 17 when a wall of water created by an 11inch deluge of rain swept away a Dallas church Charles is bound for Red Raider country with a scholarship from 23 hosting an ice cream social and freshmen sendoff Sunday from 6 to 8 at the home win 9et in free Stammtisch Continued from Page 1 to aid the family of Linda Wood a recent graduate of New Braunfels High School killed in a traffic Sponsors hope to receive some 80pints of blood to repay the blood given Woodward during surgery following her tragic onecar rollover near Seguin July Her family is being charged pints for every pint The South Texas Regional Blood Bank will have its bloodmobile at First United Methodist Church on Sunday from until or for as long as needed to handle Anyone interested can Father postpones marriage of daughter to accused killer KERRVILLE AP A man who postponed his teenage daughters wedding to a man accused of killing a bankers wile said he would support the match ii she wanted it James Bartls said he wants to give his Hiyearold time to reconsider her decision to marry Raymond Charles Authorities accused of murder in the slaying of Joyce Louise the wife of Roland Walters He is the Bank of Kerrvilles chair man ol the board Tabares and Miss Bartts were engaged last spring after they met at Point High Miss after Tabares arrest last said she still intended to marry him and a tentative ceremony was set or Sunday on Bartts decided not to sign a release allowing his daughter to marry Tabares and a marriage license was yet to be ob A minors parents must sign a release form to allow a child to Right Im thinking about said 1 met with the sheriff and I agreed that later on in it could get hard on especially visiting him once a week in Im leaving it all up to her and Ill back her up on any said Kerr County Sheriff Clili Greeson said Wednesday he was glad the wed ding had been delayed He earlier thought he could not prevent the cou ple from marrying 1 think that is the thing to do think about it Greeson told the San Antonio ExpressNews Tabares is being held in lieu of bond The who have had three telephone conversations in the past were allowed to see each other lor an hour Wednesday1 Mary the prospective brides said Tabares has been considered one of the family for several Feds recommend AIDS testing ATLANTA AP Longawaited lederal recommendations urge doc tors and clinics to give routine but not mandatory AIDS tests to members of groups considered most likely to get the deadly disease The C Public Health Services recommendations Thursday also stressed the need for every reasonable effort to improve coii lidentialilyof test results The recommendations do not in clude mandatory testing for all hospital patients and couples seeking marriage ideas that met with harsh criticism by AIDS ac tivists and civil liberties groups when presented at a public meeting in Atlanta in The agency said that while in dividuals have the right to health professionals should begin routine counseling and testing for exposure to the AIDS virus for Patients with sexually transmit ted Drug abusers who inject nar especially ii they have shared needles with intected people of childbearing age at risk tor AIDS chiefly through drug abuse or sexual con infected with tuber which can be compounded by an AIDS partners of infected people and female prostitutes The final ac cording to federal health are directed at medical practi tioners Graveside services for Tony dal Molin of 173 Lakeview will be at 1 Saturday at Sunset Memorial Park with the Thomas Kavanaugh of San Antonio of died 12 at his Molin was born in He married Margaret Hentze in New Braunfels on A New Braunfels resi dent since dal Molin was a self employed rancher and was Survivors include his Margaret dal Molin of New Braunfels one Margaret Louise Mc Coy of one Rosa Stellercht of Germany five grandchildren and five great Visitation wiJJ be until noon Satur day at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Memorials may be given to the charity of ones Police Report New Braunfels police early this morning stopped a vehicle near In terstate and South Walnut Police stopped the vehicle because of a defective tail The Juakin who gave an Austin address was arrested and placed in jail on charges of no drivers license and no proof of in Also taken into custody were five Latin males suspected of being illegal Ugarte told police he was returning home from San Antonio when he spot ted the five men and offered to give them a ride as far as ac cording to police An agent with the INS department was called and is investigating their status for possible Theft of a 12foot blue valued at was reported stolen Thursday evening from a private Comal Riverfront business located in the 400 block of East Mill Theft overnight Wednesday of a 16foot flatbed trailer was reported by a business located in the 900 block of Interstate 35 The dualaxle trailer was described as red in color with white glass racks and bears Texas license plates It is valued at Police investigated a complaint Wednesday afternoon that a man was exposing himself in a parking lot in the 1100 block of Interstate 35 A description of a vehicle the man reportedly left in was given Burglary early Thursday morn ing of the Landa Park concession stand was investigated by police after discovery of the breakin was discovered on routine Some items believed taken from the stand were recovered 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 informa tion that leads to the arrest and grand jury conviction of persons committing any unsolved felony said NBHS teacher Karen helping to coordinate the local She said she expects many of Woodwards classmates to par Anyone between the ages of 7 and 72 may Rayburn said the blood bank notified her Thurs day that anyone 17 years of age will need only a note from their parents or guardian staling that they may donate on Other requirements for donors in clude a minimum weight of 110 and those betweeen the ages of 67 and 72 need a doctors She was such a fine young It was just a said Rayburn of an honors student and member of the schools track and volleyball She said the familyneeds the help to avoid being charged for the blood Woodward had just registered for fall classes at Southsvest Texas State University and was on her way She had detoured through Guadalupe County to see a boyfriend when she lost control of her vehicle on Barbarosa Road just outside She was transferred to Guadalupe Valley Hospital where she under went a sixhour She died later that day from her A memorial scholarship fund is also available for those wishing to make a Such donations should be made in the name of the Linda Woodward Memorial Scholar ship Fund and may be sent to the schools administrative offices at 430 Mill Street Advance registration and entry in formation for a lot of the great things going on during the upcoming Comal County Fair are on Pages 5 Release and 12 in todays If you are contemplating canning some or making something unique and want to know more about how to get into the sw get if your club or civic organization wants to be a part of the Comal County Fair which promises to be big ger and better than ever this send your clubs type and description of address and names of riders to the parade com Box New Texas You gotta pay S20 to get into the line up before the day of the of Lawrence is a and as such he was able to take part in the Texas Lions Camp in Kerrville this summer courtesy of Garden RidgeBracken Lions Club at no cost to parents Larry and Jonni Focus of this extraordinary camp is to offer insulindependent diabetic kids a chance to better understand their The camp features nurses and dieticians who instruct and enlighten the kids about this disease that among other that the food diabetics eat needs to be artificially metabolized through injected which diabetics dont manufacture themselves in quantities sufficient to turn food into energy If you know of someone who might benefit from this contact the Lions camp at Box Texas 780290427 inadvertently left out of the list of contributors to the Multiple Sclerosis goli tournament last week was KirstRcieral Savings and Loan Association a line New Braunfels financial institution and supporter ol sued events Continued from Page 1 said in relerence to the debris scat tered along the lakes shoreline All ol the lake parks were closed follow ing heavy rams in the Hill Country during the early part ol the sum mer Potters Creek and Canyon parks will open alter repairs are made to roads and buildings Brite said Potters Creek and Canyon parks will be the last to open because those parks suffered the most serious damage to property The reservoir manager said that at one lime during the 17 corps buildings were under water The roofs floated olf of four he said The walls of most of the mostly restrooms and small remained he said Jane of Abbotts River said today the reduced river flow will not help the tourist business because it still will be too high to safely Asked if she expects a large number of visitors to her business on River Ab bot said she expects a lot of disap pointed She added that the river will not be considered safe for canoing until the flow drops to less than 1 would just as soon they had left it like it was until they could drop it back down to she Brite said corps officials still are debating over increasing outflows from the lake after the weekend or leaving flows at their reduced 1 think they tcorps officials are going to see how the evaporation rate Its my opinion that we will see a release at the same he said The inflow into the lake has reduced substantially in recent Brite said the inflow rate continues to drop about Hi to 15 cfs per day He added that the mllou rate is safe contrasting with inflows earlier this summer The evapora tion rate on the lake is really help ing Write said Although campgrounds will be open in some lake corps of ficials are recommending visitors to use private campgrounds because the spaces are limited The opened corps parks can accomodate about 200 Brite said Boating on the lake is considered the reservoir manager said The water is down below the man made structures and the driftwood is mostly hung up on he said About two months the water level in the lake was so high that Canyon Park was an island and water stood several feet over several roads and park facilities Brite said probably the last parks to open will be Canyon Park and Potter Creek Park Perhaps sometime in late fall or early winter we will be able to open those parks he Park roads held up better than ex Brite He added that corps officials had expected the road to break up with the washing action of the Many juniper and cedar trees in the parks were killed when submerged under Brite said the hardwood including probably will survive standing under water for several Although many of the trees surroun ding the lake are covered with the reservoir manager said they probably will
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