New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 21, 1987, Page 4

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August 21, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 21, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 Herald-Ze/fung New Braunfels, Texas Friday, August 21, 1987 Weather Mattox: More needed to reduce prison crowds Water Watch Comal River.....................407    cfs (same) Canyon Lake inflow............935    cfs    (down    38) Canyon Lake outflow..........818 cfs (down 139) Canyon Lake level............910.68*    (down .08) Edwards Aquifer..............628.10    (down .04) Forecast SOI'TH TEXAS: Fair to partly cloudy most sections through Saturday. Highs in the mid to upper 90’s except IOO to 102 along the lower Rio Grande Lows from the upper 80's Hill Country to near Ho along the coast. NORTH TEXAS: Mostly clear with hot days and warm ai night through Saturday Highs 98 to 108 Lows 72 to 77, WEST TEXAS: Mostly sunny days and clear nights through Saturday except partly cloudy far West w ith w idely scattered mainly nightime thunderstorms. No significant change in temperatures. Highs Saturday 90 s except upper 80 s mountains and near 102 extreme south Lows tonight 60 s except lower 70 s southeast and mid 70’s extreme south Extended Forecast Sunday-Tuesday SOl’TH TEXAS: Fair to partly cloudy through Tuesday. A slight chance of mainly daytime thundershowers near the coast Highs in the 90s except IOO to 105 along the lower Rio Grande Low s in the 70s except near 80 along the coast NORTH TEXAS Continued fair and hot with no rain expected Daytime highs in the mid 90s to near KHI Overnight lows in the 70s WEST TEXAS Widely scat tered showers and thunderstorms far west and mostly dry most elsewhere Sunday through Tuesday with no significant change in temperatures Panhandle and South Plains, lows lower to mid 60s Highs near 90 to mid 90s Per mian Basin, lows upper 60s Highs mid 90s Far west. lows mid to up per 60s. Highs mid to lower 90s. Concho Valley, lows lower to mid 70s. Highs upper to mid 90s Big Bend country, lows near 60 mountains to lower 70s lowlands Highs mid 80s mountains to around 103 along the river Texas Weather A tropical wave brought scattered showers to the Texas Gulf coast, while the rest of the state had continued clear skies and hot temperatures Associated with the weak tropical wave were thundershowers. mainly offshore the southern coast today extending south to Northeast Mexico, the National Weather Service said Otherwise, high pressure aloft prevailed over the greater part of Texas Clear skies were common across the state except in the deep South and tar West Texas. where partly cloudy skies prevailed Southerly winds at 5 to ll) mph breezed most of the state The Big Bend area had light and variable winds At 4 am. temperatures statewide were mostly in the 70s Extreme temperatures in the state ranged from a cool 58 degrees at Marfa in the Davis Mountains to a mild 84 degrees at Love Field and the Naval Air Sta tion in Dallas Tonight's forecast called for a chance of w idely scattered mainly nightime thunderstorms over the far West part o! tile state Otherwise, skies will lie generally fair tonight High temperatures will be mainly in the mid 90s to around loo Lows generally in the 60s to the 70s will lie most com mon AUSTIN (AP) — Faced with a prolonged crowding problem in Texas prisons, Attorney General Jim Mattox’s office has notified Gov. Bill Clements that state law requires him to take additional steps to reduce the inmate population Meanwhile, the attorney general’s office Thursday asked U.S. District Judge William Wayne Justice of Tyler for permission to postpone by IU) days, because of construction delays at a new facility, a plan to reduce the population at 15 of the state’s existing prisons The Texas Department Correc tions agreed in a May 1985 court settlement of a prison-reform lawsuit to reduce its inmate population at existing prisons by 3,889 prisoners. The state planned to transfer the inmates into trusty camps and into the new 2,250-bed Michaels I’nit in Anderson County. The work camps are completed, but a key portion of the Michael s Unit will not be finished in time to meet the court-imposed deadline, according to the motion Assistant Attorney General Scott McCown said in his filing that "Texas and TDC have diligently pursued timely completion of the necessary construction to allow full implementation of the stipulated population caps Under these circumstances, a 30-day delay in completing this extraordinary and massive project is justified.” McCown said he did not expect the inmates’ attorneys to contest the state’s motion "It falls under the ancient doctrine of good enough for government work ’ Any state bureaucracy that finishes within 30 days of a deadline that's pretty good.” he told the Dallas Times Herald GOP debate might be held in Houston HOUSTON (AP) The first nationally televised debate of GOF presidential hopefuls will be broadcast live Oct 28 from Houston, pro vided the use of a downtown auditorium can be secured, the show s producer said Firing Line producer Warren Steibel said Thursday the show would definitely be held in Houston if the 3.600 seat George R Brown Coneen Hon Center can be obtained for the broadcast, the Houston Chronicle reported Friday Six ot the seven Republican hopefuls have consented to the Oct 28 date Vice President George Bush has said the date conflicts with his schedule, but that he would In* available in late November Steibel said he wil not change the date to accomodate Bush The debate has been postponed twice before at the request of Bush and Sen Robert Dole of Kansas The Brown Convention Center is booked for the date bv J J Case com pany Director Jordy Tolled ot the Houston Civic Center said he is negotiating with Case to try to fret* the auditorium so the show can go on "I’m asking them to set' if they can lease back a day to us Tolled said "We are trying to work it out ” Tolled said another downtown facility. Jones Hall, could tie Escape Continued from Paqe I but flipped it during a chase with Austin police officers He then stole a foreign sports car and headed south along Interstate 35 Dougherty is described as five feet nine inches tall and weighs around 150 pounds w ith short reddish colored hair pant'd down the middle He has blue eyes and a moustache and is known as "Rusty" He was last seen barefoot wearing a short sleeved western style shirt with a light floral print and blue jeans He has tatoos on tx»th arms t>elie\ ed to be lightning tnilts just below both eltxiws Authorities say he is a seasoned criminal and an ac complished car thief Hays Count} law enforcement per sound with the aid ot Austin police conducted an air and ground search last night that ended shortly after midnight Dougherty fUh! the jail around 5 15 p in Tracking dogs and a helicopter were brought in from Austin "We are running the roads and waiting for a sighting to see how tie got out of the area lf he did get out said the sheriff s spokesman The escapee was t>eing held in a holding room during kinking pro cedures when In* was able to break through a soft spot in tile ceiling He crawled along the opening in the suspended ceiling where he dropped down in the jail lobby and ran out the front door Persons here who have M*en or think the> max have seen this in dividual should call the Comal Conn tv sheriff s office at 625 9141 or the Hays County sheriff s office at (92 1176 GBRA Continued from Paqe I next year because ut the amount ot profit the river authority currently is maintaining during high river flows The Public Utilities Commission will review GBRA’S energy charges dur mg the next fiscal year which begins Sept I "That rate may shift one way or the other.’ Blumbergsaid John Specht. GBRA general manager, said he expects the allowed energy charge to be dropped because high river flows have produced 2o million more kilowatt hours than were anticipated The PUC reviews G BRA’S energy charge every two years The river authority produces energy at six existing hydroelectric plants in Guadalupe and Gonzales counties That energy is sold to the Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative The Canyon Dam hydroelectric project, which will tie the river authority's largest power producer will provide energy to be sold to NBl and passed on to New Braunfels ratepayers Utilities of finals said the plant will satisfy from about 3 to 6 percent of the power needs for local residents depending on the flow of water released through the dam GBRA and New Braunfels officials broke ground for the Canyon Dam project last week Site work began earlier this week at the base of the Police Report dam with workers surveying and staking the area The river authority's newest hydroelectric project will tie equip ped with a computerized control system which will ta* linked to the six other GBRA plants The authority s directors Thursday approved the purchase and installation of the con trol sy stem w ith a price tag of more than SI 19 million "It s very timely that we're doing this now " Specht said about pur chasing the new control system It saves the Canyon Lake project money and it saves the entire system money ’’ Blumtierg said the new system will eliminate the need for costly equip ment repairs The control system in use now at GBRA’s six existing plants* is the most unreliable part of utile? said we run into heavv rain he Births Criminal mischiet was reported Thursday in the 4»io block of North Union Street A small amount of damage was reported — Burglary of a coin operated machine was reported Thursday at a truck stop in the 4:hm) block of In terstate 35 West Rej>ortod was ap proximately lit) in change — Nothing was reported missing in an attempted burglary reported Wednesday in the 2<h> bloc k of Lunda Street A small amount of damage was incurred as a result of the at tempted break in Theft of a bicycle was reported Wednesday evening in the 200 block of North Lone Star The bike was valued at $267 Attempted burglary of a non habitation was reported overnight Tuesday in the IOO block of Landa Street Nothing was missing but damage of some $250 was reported in the incident — Burglary late Tuesday or early Wednesday of a storage shed at a residence in the 1300 bloc k of Jackson Street was reported Taken were lawn and garden tools, a rifle and other items valued at some $900 A minor one-car accident occurred Wednesday evening around 7 p m in the 1300 block of Gardenia Street Kurt Iamhoff, 74, of New Braunfels, was not injured He had reached for some items that had fallen into the floorboard of his 1982 Dodge Aries when he veered off the roadw ay and into a light pole — Three New Braunfels teens refused medical treatment Thursday evening following a two-car collision at South Seguin Street and Jahn Road Mark Anthony, 18. driver of a 1980 Ford Thunderbird, and a 16 year old female passenger were both cited for failure to wear safety belts Ronald Dillard 18 driving a 1969 Ford pickup, was cited for failure to wear a safety belt and failure to con trol speed According to reports, both vehicles were northt>ound on Seguin Street Dillard rear-ended Anthony s vehicle as Anthony was attempting to make a left turn onto Jahn Road Persons with information reqar drnq any unsolved felony crime are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 620 TIPS, day or mqht and speak to the officer on duty Callers remain com pletely anonymous. Crime Stoppers pays rewards of up to $1,000 tor in formation that leads to the arrest and qrand tury indictment of persons committmq felony crimes. —I   - McKenna Memorial Hospital Mr and Mrs Mark Morrison 967 Broadway 7 pound 12 ounce boy Aug 19 Mr and Mrs Rotx*rt Relet* ballas St 8 JU»und girl Aug 19 Mr and Mrs Sander Drive girl \ug 20 avid Burboza I 7 pound 11 oum Come See Your Neighbor GENE FOERSTER Sales Manager Krueger Chevrolet 386 W San Antonio St. Downtown New Braunfels Phone 625-3451 Tradition ...    by definition: "The handing down orally ot customs beliefs,.. .etc from generation to generation" ow in the third generation of family ownership, Zoeller Funeral I tome is fine-tuned to Zoeller family traditions. These traditions include dealing honestly and compassionately with those we serve. One of our customs is to make available funerals at costs all families can afford. And Zoeller tradition is your assurance of dignified, meaningful funeral service, even at modest cost. ONSM lr J Generation t burntly Ownership FUNERAL HOME bis LANDA *>25-2349 available for the evening debate if the convention center cannot be ob tamed A Houston Sy mphony student concert at the auditorium on Oct 28 will Ik* over Ivy noon, giving workers the afternoon for some heavy, fast work” to prepare it tor the debate he said McCown also sent a letter to Clements notifying him. as required by state law . that the crowding crisis continues at Texas prisons, requiring the governor “to take additional steps to resolve that crisis ” “The governor needs to fix the problem. ’ McCown said “There isn t any doubt about it the TDC remained closed Thursday. because its population of 38.957 prisoners exceeded court limits by 519 inmates Under state law . the governor must award good conduct time or advance parole dates until the prison popula Hon subsides to below court-ordered limits The governor on Aug 3 aw arded .Hi days of good conduct time that pro mpted the immediate release of 200 inmates and made about 1.900 more low risk prisoners eligible for parole Clements’ general counsel, Rider Scott said those I 9<n> inmates are tx* mg reviewed by the Board of Par dons and Paroles Panel Continued from Paqe I Gov Bill Clements has designated the State Emergency Management Commission and State Emergency Response Commission to fulfill the requirements of the law including creating arms of county government called emergency planning districts Hassold is now seeking members for the local committee that will fulfill the requirements of the Emergency Planning and Community Right to Know Vet Hassold s committee will condui t public meetings to discuss emergen Stammtisch Continued from Paqe I I ruled Methodist Church St John s Episcopal Church Cross Lutheran Church Mr and Mrs LaDalc Brim mage New Braunfels Smokehouse s Ice Division Heavenly Delights Braunfels Studio Dean Office supp Iv Pantera s Pizza Pizza Hut Walnut * Theaters Jim s \ uhs* New Braunfels National Bank the Herald /.vitunn KGNB radio Shepherd s Shoppe F red O Neat Hay Jones Dc* skateboards Lamia Park Pool staff !k*de Beath Dawn Cook and Jerome Brtmmage The Vug 14 tieneflt raised $!♦•*» tor the children s shelter the hydro system he said adding that electricians must continually make repairs on the current system which was installed in the late l9»«os What we have now compared to to the system which will U* installed is comparable to kerosene lights com pared to electric light it you want to look at it bkt* that Greg Rot he ti BRA s chl«-1 engineer said about $8 million w til b spent on the Canyon Dam project during the coming fiscal year so we ll Ik* spending a lot of money in a hurry ami most of that will Im* in the first ax months of 19HH I think everything will Ik* done by the end of the fiscal year except installation of equipment The powerhouse and everything else will ta* complete The oi /ainoi a weekenc w«*ek fix i teneral gani/en scholar: got a It in Hie I s (lf fiei* of the Lagun hip fundi aise w kind wonts *\as Vttomev Hilo of the ? atuiate th* done Dm intl Now Br .avo /ainoi tate Obituaries Ofttlie Dischinqer se tv it »*s an h uneral Home of New Mr died Aug 2 Aged pending at /o**Il«* ie for outlie IM aching** unfels Dim hinger »* at Eden Home for th Melissa Merle Ut! cy plans garner public comments on storage of hazardous wastes and other activities Part of the federal law requires monitoring the locations and management of such hazardous materials New Braunfels General Portland cement plant w ill In' one of if not the largest storer of non radioactive hazardous materials should the com pany obtain state permits to burn such materials as fuel tor its gigantic cement kiln The company s applies Hon is in to the state water commis sion and approx ai of th** permit is ex p**cted to take up to a year are til** letter with th** Herald earlier this week With the economic crisis we face*! with these day s it is vt delight (ut to s«*e tin* community of New Braunfels Hispanic leaders and movers out in large masses to support this worthwhile project ( astillo s letter san! Vs a sponsor of last veal $ first annual fundraiser and again a spon sor ot th** second annual fundrai*a*r it is .i pleasure and honor to Ik* able to parti* ipate in this event When the p*'op|e of thi** community unite for such a tieart warming caus** th** chances ot success are guaranteed the letter said VII Uh* committer supporter** and sponsors should Ik* saluted for a j*g) well don** The long hours that Nave and Christina /amora an tuna < »onz. unas have • •ss iif lh.' I,it * lip ti ame *d pl. *z aik mint ibex I M* uted for is /.amor r is «*\ id* lave ma* the mine > in their De • th lilt. atur U t Guadalupe with the Rev to Laura Vnn is anti Dale Alan Ut lied on Aug ll at >f Missouri Hospital include parents Mr Alan Ult of grandparent* * sl av**slit** services Merl** I it of ('olumhia for Mo Melis will Im* Valiev Mein* VI Bouk I tt nee Hopkin? .did later I nix cr sit y Survivor Mrs I lait Mo and Mrs Larry Hopkins Braunfels anti Mr and Mrs sr of Penns} Iv ama services are under th* /eelier Funeral Home THE BEST PARTNERS Advertising In This Newspaper Helps Our Town Jr tti** and olumhia Mr and o f New Kal** t ti dim Hon of arc icinesses that advertise in vnur leaders in helping to build and J (I ocal |>cr the community Such advertisers are tile Lest supjMirtvrs oi cverv communitv I new spa improve newspaper ad revenues make possible the How oi information to the public . . . these ad dollars are kept in the communitv as an investment in the local area. losses ol ad revenues to direct mail destrovs tile How ol* information to the public and, subsequently, damages the focal community. (SOURCE Portland, Oregon Seminar) Piepaied by Texas Newspaper Advertising Bureau (TNAB) An affiliate of the Texas Press Association Retailers/Newspapers . .. formula for success ;

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