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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Nfew f Weather AIDS Water Watch Cemai Riveh same canyon Lake 988 efs down 31 Canyon Lake cfs up 10 Canyon Lake down Edwards down Because of the high lake level repairs to four ot the corps of Engineers parks and several boat ramps are now faking Two boat ramps at Jacobs Creek and one at Cranes Mill Marina are North Park and Jacobs Creek Parit are open for camping and portions of Cranes Mill Park are open to the Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Mostly sunny and hot generally fair and warm at night through Highs in the upper 90s to near 100 except near 90 coast and 104 to 107 along the lower Rio Lows in the 70s to near NORTH TEXAS Mostly fair through Thursday with hot after Low tonight 72 to Highs Thursday 98 to WEST TEXAS Sunny hot through but partly cloudy Isolated late after noon and evening thunderstorms through Highs Thurs day near 90 mountans to 105 Big Lows tonight mid 70s valleys of southwest to mid 60s Extended Forecast FridaySunday SOUTH TEXAS No rain is ex Continued fair warm nights and sunny hot Lows in the low 80s along the immediate After noon highs in the 102 to 108 extreme south and WEST TEXAS Mostly dry with temperatures near or a little above seasonal normals Friday through Lows Panhandle and South Plains mid Highs lower to mid Low Permian Basin upper Highs mid to up per Lows Big Bend country near 60 mountains to lower 70s Highs mid 80s moun tains to around 103 along the NORTH TEXAS No rain is ex pected Friday through Lows will be in the mid to upper Highs will be in the upper 90s to near Texas Weather Mostly fair skies and hot temperatures were forecast across most of Texas through Thursday with excessive heat to continue across central and southern portions of North Highs in the area are expected to reach about forecasters There is a chance of isolated thunderstorms over West Texas and along the Red River Valley in North Texas through Forecasts are calling for mostly fair skies and hot temperatures statewide through Lows tonight will be mostly in the 70s and 80s except in the moun tains of West Texas and the Panhandle where readings will be in the misinformation concerning the incurable Whew can they ge What can they te I think this 9 going to ceme it is a bad problem tef the whole People need to kftow that you can sttll hug that person and love them find you are not going to catch It Is just terrible the public opi nion of this disease there are several AIDS counseling ser vices in San Hospice New Braunfels officials have said they are ready and on call to care in home for AIDS sufferers Hospice organizations across the country are caring for AIDS Hospice New Braunfels staff say they are they are not afraid to care for AIDS pa The National Centers for Disease Control reports that AIDS appears to have been spread generally through sexual relations and through sharing of intraveneous drug common among iiMfi of illicit It Is not found to be transmitted through casual or everyday Until blood testing and donor procedures became more profound in persons were be ing exposed through transfusions of contaminated This type of exposure led to an Increase in women and children exposed to About 35 per cent of those exposed to the virus are expected to develop Nursing Director at McKenna Memorial Hospital Maria Norton said that someone who might have received contaminated blood through a transfusion would be contacted by the blood bank at the time Of the they would be If you havent received Water i letter you are Mid You em ap preciate the detail they blood banks go through in record Look at what that blood bank did to contact that McKenna nursing staff have undergone counsel Ing Mid educational training in handling persons exposed to the such courses have helped to mitigate fears associated with the Other than the no other local facilities are accepting AIDS patients at present or long term Mary administrator at Oak Crest Inn Convalescent Center said the state pro hibits nursing homes from caring for persons with infectious including I see it as something we are headed Car roll said in reference to a growing need for nursing homes and hospitals to establish wings solely for occupation by AIDS Continued from Page 1A signs on their front lawns that say We Have Water to deter realestate agents from selling But the signs werent put up soon enough to keep Keith and Donna Or dean from moving Into a house on the street a few weeks ago and inheriting the water 1 wish we had known about the water situation before we bought the said Donna We definitely would have thought more about buy ing One family of four uses a five gallon water bucket for basic hygiene needs and buys their drinking The family members said often times the water goes off when they are in the middle of taking a The residents also say they are be ing charged for water which they do not use or do not When water is taken away from it causes a said one It takes everything It even siphons the water out of toilet When the pumps our meters run on We pay for air that goes through Another resident We can show you bills that show that all we are doing is pumping or gallons of Residents said that efforts on the part of Peyton Enterprises to correct the problem have been but misordered equipment or in stallation of improper pumps have delayed One homeowner said he sent a let ter to the Public Utilities Commis sion a few years but the PUC sent a letter to Peyton which in turn sent a letter to the resi He said Peytons letter stated that the resident was a complainer and that calling him to tell him the water pressure was down was Peyton was unavailable for com The water system originally designated for Village West has been extended to other nearby residential one homeowner He said Peyton Enterprises has added water to more areas from the same The more houses you on to the the less water and less pressure there are to go up said the Every new house that goes in has a new lawn and they water Obituaries Police Report Irene M Harrison Services for Irene Margaret Har rison of Eden Home will be at 8 today at Zoeller Funeral Har died 18 at Eden Born in New Harrrison was the daughter of James and Margaret nee Van Lud wig She married Alvin Harrison in New Jersey in June of He preceded her in death in A New Braunfels resident for seven Harrison was a homemaker and She was a member of Rebecca Lodge in Survivors include one Barbara Hand of New Braunfels six grandchildren and nine great Memorials may be made to Eden Gustave Heinemann A memorial service for Gustave Heinemann of 822 Timber Drive in New Braunfels will be at 7 Fri day at the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church at 373 Howard died 19 at Four Seasons Nursing Center in San Survivors include his Carol Heinemann of New Braunfels one Martha Johson of Bahrain and one Frank Heinemann of Memorials may be made to the Presbyterian Childrens Home in Itasca or the charity of ones Police Tuesday afternoon in vestigated burglary of a business in the 300 block of Landa A microwave oven was recovered behind the It is undetermined as yet what may else may have been taken in the Theft of a 200pound floor safe was reported to The incident occurred overnight Monday at an of fice in the 500 block of North No cash was contained in the Criminal mischief was reported early Tuesday morning in the 200 block of South Castell Arrested Tuesday morning on a charge of possession of marijuana under two ounces was Scott David of He was ar rested in the 1600 block of Kuehler Avenue following a report there of a Nothing was reported stolen in a burglary of a motor vehicle that oc curred Tuesday afternoon at Hinman A woman in the 1900 block of Lawn Terrace Street complained that S110 cash was removed from her bedroom sometime Tuesday morn A restaurant manager reported Tuesday night that his 1965 red two door Ford Mustang was stolen from in front of his establishment on Walnut A woman in the 200 block of Red Bud Street told police her male roomate had assaulted her daughter during a domestic disturbance Tues day The roomate gave police a different He was taken to jail on outstanding DPS Theft over the weekend of jewelry valued at was reported to police The theft reportedly occurred from a residence in the 400 block of South Union Cash and items valued at were stolen from a car Tuesday even ing at Hinman Isalnd A man said his pants containing his wallet were stolen from the Lan da Park bathhouse Tuesday His pants and sans were later Congested traffic Tuesday after noon near the Union Pacific railroad crossings in the 800 block of Walnut Street was the catalyst for a three chainreaction The only injury reported was to Lacie Elizabeth of New She was taken to McKen na Memorial Hospital by New Braunfels The child hit the windshield when the car in which she was riding was rear ended by which had hit from behind by a third Saunders was not seriously Persons with intormation regar ding any unsolved felony crime are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 420 day or and speak to the officer 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 Continued from Page i A Diaz has been draw ing fulltime pay from the city although he has been working less than full Zapata was Diaz The investigation comes after incidents of misuse of city proper ty dating back to when public works had a different A source requesting anonymity said public works employees several years ago were shown to have taken city repaired personal vehicles and otherwise misused city property ultimately leading to the resignation of Rydens predecessor and ter mination of at least two The case was in vestigated by New Braunfels although no arrests or charges were Mlchle said Ryden was given an opportunity to He chose to resign of his own free City Councilman Ramon Chapa brought the reported wrongdo ing to the attention of city council last although some ques tions about operations at the citys public works compound were already being investigated in At that city officials said the matter was an administrative matter subject to closed attention by city Other allegations about the public works depart ment state that the department has hired illegal aliens and city equipment has been used for per sonal Sanitation workers Tuesday said they were not told of their department heads resignation and learned of it and the removal of the other workers through word of They said they are con cerned about losing their jobs and did not want to be Rydens resignation was reported yesterday In the The workers complaints in clude allegations that some workers are paid more than others for the same jobs for no ap parent One man who picks up garbage said he has worked for the department for two years and makes less money than employees on the job a shorter Other employees said they never received raises that they were told the would get after a probationary Mlchle said the city government is into its second year without granting employee pay Although some money was Includ ed in last years budget for he said city officials have not determined how the funds will be The amount would be down around the 1 percent the city manger Michie said city employees are granted step raises after a threemonth probationary After the employee has com pleted his he is eligible for a step Its not really a its a step After the Initial probation then youre not going to get a raise un til council grants he The city manager said employees supervisors recom mend raises and then they must be approved by department Guards Continued from Page 1A agreement none of the security of ficers carry Alvarez said he arrived after the confrontation between the other security officer and the Grist Mill patrons had When he arriv Alvarez he explained to the people that it was his job to enforce the policies of the management and that they would have to move The security officer in question was contacted recently and told a story that differs from that of the although he also he can not state positively that it was the Smith partys confrontation he Is The security officer the Smiths claim was antagonistic would not identify but was identified by the Smiths as Clyde Kincaid of the Comal County Sheriffs Kincaid said he was wearing nothing on his person that identified him as a member of the Sheriffs Department or any item that belonged to the coun The officer says that the area out side the which is private proper ty for customer was crowded with His duty was to ask the people to move on or go He said he was challenged when he asked a party of belligerent bystanders to leave Kincald said one of the whom he believed to have been began poking him in the chest and friends of the man pulled him back and after several more minutes of verbal He said of the man whom he claimed poked him in the chest If it had not been so crowded that night he would have gone to Kincaid said he was within his legal rights as a security officer paid by Gruene Hall when he asked the man to leave the pay for or go to The management does not object to people stopping and listening to several songs from outside the he but when they start to camp out on the as some then we have to ask them to Vickl Smith Is concerned that others like herself and her husband will be treated Gruene Hall needs to get their act Gruene act together on the night in and the managements stand is customers are obliged to pay for listening to the Discount Furniture SALE PRICED 100 Similar to Illustration SOLID OAK Heavy Duty Bunk Beds SAVE mm Four Drawer Chests large Table with 6 chairs Summer Sale Fret LayAway Fret Delivery Low Prices AH King Koil SALE PRICED Reclinersl from 139 omeowners Borrow no Where your neighbors are buying their furniture r Next To K Mart AMOUNT TERM PAYMENT If youre a 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