New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 14, 1987, Page 2

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August 14, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 14, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels Texas Weather Friday. August 14 1987 Club Red Raider Water Watch Comal River.................... 572    cfs (down 6) Canyon Lake inflow............ 1,332    cfs (up 223) Canyon Lake outflow....... 4,850*    cfs    (down    130) Canyon Lake level...........912.24**    (down    .93) Edwards Aquifer.............. 628.41    (down    .04) ‘The outflow will be reduced Friday evemnq to I 500 cubic feet per second and will stay near that level throughout the weekend “Because of the high lake level most Corps of Engineers boat ramps are closed however, two boats ramps at Jacobs Creek and one at Cranes Mill Marina are open North Park and Jacobs Creek Park are open for camping. Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Tonight and Saturday fair except some early morning cloudiness south central portion otherwise partly cloudy continued hot Saturday. Lows tonight in the mid and upper 70s except a few 80s along the coast Highs Saturday in the 90s to a few loos southwest NORTH TEXAS Scattered thunderstorms over the western sections otherwise hot days and warm nights through Saturday Highs mid 90s to near 108 Lows 70s WEST TEXAS Isolated evening thunderstorms mountains eastward more numerous southeast otherwise fair tonight Sunny most sections Saturday Hot most sections Saturday Lows tonight 67 Panhandle to 75 south except mid fids in the mountains Highs Saturday 97 north and tar west to 102 Permian Basin with near 90 mountains and near 105 Big Bend Texas Weather Scattered show prs and thunderstorms are expected tonight across Northwest Texas and West Texas But most of the state will con tinue to have summer weather in the form ot hot days and warm nights through Saturday Skies will be partly cloudy around the state. Lows tonight will be mostly in the 70s. ranging from the 60s in the Panhandle to the lower 80s along the coast and in portions of North Texas Highs Saturday will be mostly in the mid to upper 90s Some readings in South Texas and North Central Texas will range from loo to 105. A tew showers and isolated thunderstorms were reported at dawn today in the Edwards Plateau, the South Plains and in northern sections of the Panhandle Early morning temperatures were mostly in the 70s. ranging from the 60s in the Panhandle to the nos along the coast Extremes ranged from 69 at Amarillo to 85 at Eort Worth Other early morning temperatures around the state included 75 at Wichita Eats 78 at Waco. 77 al Austin. 78 at San \ti tonio. 79 at Corpus Christi and Houston Bo at Brownsville 78 at San Angelo 78 at Lubbock 7o at Midland and 72 at El Paso Public Records District Clerk Civil Filings .Julian Edward Reyna vs Darlene Smith Reyna, application tor writ ot habeous corpus Ladshaw Explosives Inc vs WRD Construction inc and Bill Davis suit on note Divorces Rolan and Janet A Turner. Jr Patricia Rotunda and Elias Joseph Laskowski Maria and Mario Zamarnpa Edilberto and Regina Hernandez Machuca. Sr County Clerk Marriages Juii Cathleen Nichols and Robert Alan Muchow Anna Yerstegen and Mark Kevin Meyers Samantha Malenkiya Godden and Adam Bryan Powell Countv Court At Law Convictions Judge Ron Prichard Roberto Alter. Doh Redo San Antonio thett over $20 under $200 $125 tine 6o days jail credit time served U r ba no Vital 1520 W Mill St New Braunfels. DWI $350 tine. 6o days jail probated two y ears Anthony Rosales 518 Newton Seguin theft over $20 and under $200; $2tio tine. ten days jail on to be served on weekends Rita Rosales. 518 Newton Seguin theft over $20 and under $200 $2uo tine 60 days jail probated two years David Dwayne Owen Box 657 Cibolo. DWL $650 fine. if) days jail probated two years Keith Alan stines 5811 Dak Run San Antonio DWI driver s license suspended one year *«o days jail sen ed on weekends Miguel Aeevedo 241 E Camp New Braunfels criminal mischief 16 day s jail credit time served Michael Majors 71 * **« Buffalo Creek San Antonio DVS I >*>.»u fine 4ii da\ s jail probated two vear** Robert Vance Massa MCRI Box 19A85 Spring Branch resisting at rest no line credit time served David Brent Mayfield    904 1 Fteldwood Austin DW! $850 tine Mi days jail probated two years Andrew Benson Hayne' Route 8 Box 86A. New Braunte driver s license suspendec Continued from Page I down to 1.500 cfs by the weekend The lake level has been reduced to near conservation pool level after hitting its all time recorded high on June 19 of 942.67. The reduced level has opened both boat ramps at Jacob’s Creek and the ramp at Cranes Mill Marina and two parks. North Park and Jacobs Creek are now open for camping The emergency communications club met at New Braunfels police headquarters Wednesday morning with the police chief, corp officials. parks and w ildlife game wardens, fire chief and members of county volunteer tire departments going over information and rescue procedures “We were turning in lists of equipment so that in case of disaster we can better dispatch and get to where we need to be.” said Hassold ol the meeting The club has a con tract with the county to perform emergency communications, rescues and traffic control The 28 volunteers who comprise the communications club also make up the Comal County Civil Defense Rescue Squad for river and lake emergencies. Hassold said that he believes more visitors will be tubing and rat ting on the river with the reduced outflow rates Rates below 2.000 cfs are considered safe for recreational use below the dam 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 rams in May and June followed by two more months of maximum flow rates in the river's channels Even with treacherous conditions the summer of 1987 has put club members were put to the task July 4 w hen out-of tow n visitors all but stayed out ot the river resulting in club members and county officials plucking hundreds of tree monkeys' from the river We were busy as heck that day.” said Hassold I hope it won t tie that bad The river has claimed its share of lives during the* summer already taking eight lives in the county Ten persons drowned in Kendall County July 17 when a wall of water created by .in ll inch deluge of rain swept away a Dallas church bus DW > da' BirthsMcKenna Memorial Hospital Mr and Mrs Stun Jankauskas 1215 Mesquite 6-pound 15-ounce girl Aug 12 Mr and Mrs Al Hewed JIO Riley Road Seguin 8 pound girt Aug 12 Mr and Mrs Robert Preis.x He 4 Box 88(I Canyon Lake 6-pound 15 ounce boy Aug 12 Mr and Mrs Randall I dkler. 218 Alves Lane; 6 pound J ounce boy Aug ii Mr and Mrs Mike AbernathyObituaries Charles Stapleton, right is bound for Red Raider country with a S200 scholarship from the Comal County chapter of the Texas Tech Ex-Students Association presented by local president Dr Mike Doherty, who straightens Stapleton's Tech cap The association is Stammtisch_ hosting an ice cream social and freshmen send-off Sunday from 6 to 8 p m at the home of Gill and Toya Lindsey 47 Mission Drive Charge is S5 for adult Raiders at the door and future Raiders will get in Gee (Photo by Leslie Kriewaldt' Continued Irom Pag** I to aid the family of Linda Wood ward. a recent graduate of New Braunfels High School killed in a traffic accident Sponsors hopi* to receive some* 8o pints of blood to repay th** blood given Woodward during surgery following her tragic one car rollover near Seguin July 24 Her family is being charged * pints for every pint used The South Texas Regional Blood Bank will have its bloodmobile at First United Methodist Church on Sunday trom 9 Jo a rn until 12 ‘o p rn or tor as long as needed to handle donors ■Vnvone interested can donate Father postpones marriage ofdaughterto accused killer Kl*.RL u St LM De ILLE AU teen he nan vvm lUgbter • killing * supper lee a child to t bink an Ba said NBHS teacher Karen Rayburn helping to coordinate the local drive She s.od she expects many of Woodward s classmates to par ticipate Anyone between the ages ut 17 and 72 may donate Rayburn said the blood hank notified her Thurs day that anyone 17 veal' ot age will need only a note from their parents or guardian stating that thev may donate on Sunday other requirements for donors sn elude a minimum weight of lilt pounds and those between th** ages of 67 and 72 need a doctor > consent stx* wa' such a tim* young lady It was just a tragedy said Rayburn of Woodward an honors student and member of the school s basketball track and valley t all learns sp,, said the family needs the help to avoid tieing harged for th** blood used Woodward had just registered for tall classes at Southwest texas State L in versus and was on tier way home She had detoured through Guadalupe County t*> see a boyfriend when she Iqs! control of her vehicle on Barf ares,, Road jus’ outside Seguin and 12 m today s Herald Aeitun# It you ar* * contemplating canning some y ummies or making someth ling unique ami want to know more a bout how to get into the svv mg g** t goin Also it your club or CIV IC OI t gam/at ion want' to tx** a part of tin* Comal County Fair I arad* * which promises to t>** big get an* i better than ever this year send y* >ur club s name type amt des* rq durn of entry address and names of riders to the parade com mitt**!* PO Box 22 New BraunI els Texas TH’. >1 You gutta pay $2* * to get int* the lint* up before the da* . of Hi** even! of course 11* «> I Sh- depends to hette The ca and die* ry * amp is lo one at diabetic kids a understand their nip features do* toi clans who instruct ie kids jtxiut this atis among other Tail I he Bi e I, W a Valley Hospit wen late A a s I ti a nen ur surg* die untie urn K** her Mi Bari lint ter pie ii rom marry mg Linda Wood [war thini think that rn ti tf>* Ult It ti VV ii i I** < i fee son tot ship Fund a U school s ad! md t Dint the v an Antonio Ext tress \**W' 4 AA Mill st re mon *e se Ad* marry **n>e w run hour ttedi Mary Barit? ie s mother *<*n considered •seral veal s the lf th** Release RO Box 352 . 9 pound Lounge girl Aug 12 Mr and Mrs Michael Dieter* 258*.** I S 281 san Antonio 7 pound 9 ounce boy Aug LlOut of town Mr and Mrs Jet! guinn MCR «4 Box UH ®5, Canyon Lake 7 pound 4-ounce girl Aug ii Michael and Michelle Mullins I960 Gardenia 3-pound lo ounce boy Aug H in san Antonio Grandparents are Myrtle Peterson of New Braunfels Bob Morrison ot San An- Feds recommend AIDS testing from Pag* ATL AN ! A Al groups cr tile deadly dtsea The l> put recon) rnendat it 'tressed the l ong aw n ii rend at ions urge doc s to give routine bur no IDS test' to members o tend most .ikeiv to go eu Health services * Thursday also eed for every reasonable et tort    to improv e con t (dent tai tty ot test results The recommendations do not in elude mandatory testing tor ai’ hospital patients and couples seeking Tony dal Molm tonic Ed and Dorothy Mullins of Ca marriage licenses ideas that met nyonLake    with harsh criticism by aids ac Mr and Mrs Darrell Belt 121 Did t iv isis and civil liberties groups when Nona Kuntz 7 pound. 9 ounce girl presented at a public meeting in July to Grandparents are Mr and Atlanta in February Mrs Keith Parker of New Braunfels The agency 'aid that while in and Mr and Mrs Don Belt of Kuntz dividuals have the right to decline ” routine counseling and testing tor    '*' • 1    *• exposure tothe AIDS* virus tor    *t’n** im ; Patients with sexually transmit de.»v\ t.. ted diseases    luting 'ne « Drug abuser' who inject oar colics especially it they have shared    ( onu* I needles with infected people    junks    w u Women of childbearing age at    made to ro.i risk tor AIDS in ted ion chiefly    „    * } ,**,.{ through drug abuse or sexual con    parks will tx trt< t    because tho: Patients infected with tuber    nrost serious lUiosif which can be compounded by an AIDS infection    The    reset sex partners of infected people    ,,t on*- tim* Male and ternate prostitutes    ( tu ps I midi The tmal recommendations    ac    The roots cording to federal health officials    'aid The w are directed at medical practi    buildings n Honers    small    build! *|M* OU {’..ullage! 'dill mal luring the summer 17 g' vc ere under water outed ult of tour he lls Of most of flu* I'tly restrooms and g> i emu I tied intuc t bt Graveside services tor Tony da! Molin ot 178 Lakeview will be at I p rn Saturday at Sunset Memorial Park with the Rev Thomas Kavanaugh of San Antonio of floating Molin 90 died Aug 12 at hts home Moiin was born Del 4    189*.    in Weidenthal Switzerland Remarried Margaret Hentze in New Braunfels on Jan 4. 1977 A New Braunfels resident since 1969 dal Molin was a selfemployed rancher and w as Catholic Survivors include his wife Margaret dal Molin of New Braunfels one step-daughter Margaret Louise McCoy of Ukeah Cal one sister Rosa Stellercht of Mannheim. Germany five grandchildren and five great grandchildren Visitation will be until noon Satur day at boeppenschmidt Funeral Home Memorials may be given to the chant v of one s choice tPolice Report New Braunfels police early this morning stopped a vehicle near In terstate A and South Walnut Street Police stopped the vehicle because ot a defective tail light The driver Juakin I garte 22 who gave an Austin addr**" was arrested arid placed in jail on charges ot no driver s license and no proof of in suraiue Also taken into custody were bv** Latin males suspected of tieing illegal aliens I gait** told polit ** he was returning home I rum San Antonio w hen he spot ted the live men anti offered ti* give them a ride as tar as Austin ac cording to police reports An agent with the IN'S department was called and is investigating their status tor possible deportation Theft of a 12-tool blue raft valued at shoo was reported stolen Thursday evening trom a private Comal River Hunt business located in the to*) block ot Hast ALU street Thett overnight Wednesday of a I*, loot flatbed trailer was reported by a business located in th** 900 block of Interstate 35 West The dual axle trailer was described us red in cold with white glass racks and bears Texas license plates I ob B It is \ alued at $2 HOO Police investigated a complaint Wednesday afternoon that a man was exposing himself in a parking lot iii th** I IOO block of Interstate 35 VS est A description of a vehicle the man reportedly leu in was given police Burglary early Thursday morn mg ut the Panda Park concession stand was investigated by police atter discovery ut tile break in was discovered on routine patrol Some items believed taken trom the stand w ere recov ered out side Persons with m*ormatton reqar ding any felony crime are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 620 TIPS day or night and speak to the officer on duty. Callers remain completely anonymous Crime Stoppeis pa , s rewards of up to SI OOO for informa non that leads to the arrest and qrand iury conviction of persons committing any unsolved felony crime Jane Airtm»tt of Abbott ' Rive! Outfitters said Unlay th** reduced river flow will not help the tourist business because it 'till will be too high to safely canoe A'Ked i! she expects ,i large number ot visitors to her business o bot said 'he esp* pointed people river w iii not ta* canoing until Hit* than I jmhi cfs I would just »i it like it was untt back (low n to nor Brite said cot p debating ovei rn* un vet Road Ab a lot ot disap added that the udered 'ate tor v drops to less ' 'ooh they tiad led I they could drop it mal she said ' otticial.s still are I easing outflow' Irom th* lake alter the weekend or leaving Hows at then reduced level I think they corps officials are going to '**»* how the evaporation rate goes It s my opinion that we will 'ee .I release at the same rate la* said th*- 'j a***' iii*' limited The opened 2 **1 people Bt lie 'aid Boating on the luke i' considered sate the reservoir manager said The watef s down below the man made structures and the driftwood is most Iv hung up on shore he 'ald Anoli! two month' .Igo th* water lev et Iii the lake wa' so high that * any on Park w as an island and w ate! 'Hmm! several tee* vet several roads and park fu* tittie' Brite said probably Hi*- .ist pinks to open will be Canyon Park md Potter ('reek Park Perhaps sometime rn .ate tall ot early winter we w Ut be abl** to open tho'** parks completely he said Park roads held up better than ex pet led Bi de said lie added that corps olla lab had expected Hit* toad lo break up with th** washing action of the water Many jump**! and cedar trees in the parks were killed when submer ged under water Brite said the hardwood trees including oak' probably will survive standing underwater lot several weeks Although many of the trees surroun-ding tile lake are covered with silt the reservoir managei said they probably will recover ;

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