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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 27, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas September 27 Weather e Water Watclti Ctmal same Canyon Lake Canyon Lake c iown Canyon Lake down down The Canyon Lake outflow will be red iiced to 600 cubic foot per second by 4 The reduc ed rate will continue until 6 when it will be raised to Fortcast SOUTH TEXAS Widely scat tered thunderahowers most sec tions Sunday through Monday Lows Sunday night in the low and mid Hill Country to the mid 70s along the Highs Sunday and Monday in the 80s except in the low 90s WEST TEXAS Widely scat tered showers and tunderstorms and cooler north other wise mostly sunny days and fair at night through Highs Sunday 80s except 90s Permian Basin and extreme Lows Sunday night 34 Big Bend to 59 Panhandle to 64 extreme Highs Monday 74 Panhandle to 98 Big NORTH TEXAS Partly through A slight chance of showers central and west A slight chance of thunderahowers central and east A chance of thunderstorms northwest Monday with a slight chance of thunderstorms Lows Sunday night 63 to Highs Sun day and Monday 85 to Extended Forecast TuesdayThursday SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy Tuesday with a chance of mainly southeast Mostly cloudy Wednesday with a chance of showers and thundershowers most Some decrease in clouds Thursday with showers and thundershowers ending over the Turning cooler north and over remaining sections Highs from the 80s north to 90s south Tuesday and 80s all sections Lows from the 60s north to the 70s south Tuesday and cooling into the 50s north to the 60s south WEST TEXAS Partly cloudy and warm with scattered thunderstorms most sections Turning a cooler Wednesday with scattered thunderstorms over southern sec Fair and cool entire area Panhandle and South highs in upper 70s Tues day cooling to low er 70s Thurs Lows in lower 50s and upper permian concho valley and far highs in lower 80s cooling to upper 70s by lows in near 60 coo ling to lower SOs big highs from near 90 valley s to mid 70s mountains and lows from mid 50s to mid NORTH TEXAS chance of thunderstorms Tues lay followed by cooler weather We d nesday and Overnight lows in the 60s Tuesday mornin g and from the mid SOs to mid 60s Wednesday and Thursday mornin Daytime highs in the 80s Tue sday and in the mid 70s to mid 80s Wednesday and Texas Wea ther Scattered sho wers and thunderstorms hit portions of West Texas Saturday as the result of a passing weak upperlevel The strongest acti vity was in the southeast area o f the South Plains and the low Ro 11 ing between Abilene am 1 the National Weathi 2 r Service Skies were cloudy icross most sections of but sunny skies were reported in the v vestern sec tions of the High Plai ns and por tions of the TransPec Southerly winds prevailed across the state at 5 to 20 The winds in the far south were more southeasterly i n direction while the far west ha i southwest Afternoon temperal were mostly in the Th e readings got only into the 70s in the moun tains of the Big Bend and in sec tions of the Panhandle while the mercury rose to abou t 90 in far South Extremes at 3 ranged from 73 degrees in the Gruadalupe Pass of far West Tex to 93 at The weather sen nee said thunderstorms were ey to end Sunday for the western half of the state but continue for tl ae eastern Highs Sunday i should be generally in the wi th lows in the SOs and Wildlife Trophy Left to Richard Erwln Henk and Brad all of New Braunfels Wildlife Trophy 1o Jason Freddie both of New Braunfels Troy Friesenhahn of Texas and Charles MecKel of New Braunfels Horticulture Best of Bob Pfeuffers yellow hyblscus to Payton Reynolds ot banjo Indian Armulto Villeba of New Braunfels Latchhook Deanna Mills of New Braunfels Orchard to Hilmar Hartmann Best of Show Clinton both of New Braunfels Garden cropsLett to right okra Carol Braunne ol Segum Best ot show hot Deil peppers Biil 5arKi o NeA Stammtisch AgricultureHome to right Best of Show Melva Klabunde honey Melissa Crenweige of Austin Continued from Pago 1A ference takes place The theme ot the conference is Successful Downtowns A Cimn Spot in To days Hed Ink Kconoms The conference will be at the Driskill Hotel and is designed for neighborhood city officials and downtown merchants in vestors and preservationists in terested in developing economic strategies for revilaluation of downtown areas A variety of workshops are including customer satisfaction public improvements and repair and restoration of older buildings downtown business recruitment Participants anencouraged to register early Registration fee is and two luncheon itus are to Irma Wilburn dill pickets Little available for each Checks should be made payable to Texas iXnuitopwn Association For more contact the Texas Historical Commission at Box Texas or call MJ Gov2 In a related the next meeting of the Greater Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Task Force on Downtown Hexitalizatlon has betti changed to i W p m Kt 14 in Honors Hall Merners will hear a staff leport on the charge and recommendations garnered at the first meeting Thchamber has a draft of mis report ready and nunitHMs should check with the chamber before the meeting to ac quaint themselves with the says force chairman Kay Sfhoch More winners in Tuesdays HeraldZeitung Police searching for robber A convenience store at Interstate 35 and Rueckle Road wis robbed Thursday morning by a man wielding a who made off with an undetermined amount of money from the stores cash New Braunfels Police in vestigators today said they have lit tle information about th decribed only as a black mal The suspect entered the store around b Thursday morning and demanded the money from the register The clerk complied and the man left the store on He walked on the Rueckle Road side of the store and disappeared New Braunfels police said they are unsure if he continued to flee on or if he had a car or an accomplice in a car waiting for him Drainage Continued from Page IA outside professionals who work within the mental health Officials at Rusk State Hospital and the Department of Men tal Health and Mental Retardation declined last week to comment on any specifics regarding Littles case or citing patient confidentiali ty regulations This is very said the senator when told of the cir cumstances surrounding As you I have a lot of concerns in this DLaredo and District 21 state successfully sponsored legislation approved this year that amended the state mental health code by requiring that the family or legal guardian of an institutionalized patient be notified when that patient is being We need to be very concerned about every persons constitutional but Im not so sure a person convicted of or charged with a crime doesnt gue up some of those rights stated the senator Zaffirini said perhaps legislation should be considered that would re quire a prosecutor to be notified of any hearings or reviews performed on a ward of the state accused or con victed of felony as is done at the time parole proceedings take place Schroeder said he was surprised to learn Little had been transferred from Rusk to SASH He agreed that legislation as suggested by Zaffirini was needed This is all very 1 would like to know why he was said Littles sister and legal guar Janie DuPlantis He has run away from He needs to be locked Some say he is dangerous and others say he isnt It is so unfair because people who dont even know him are making said Ms DuPlantis has long sought help for her ill brother and said last July she was relieved when he was ordered to Husk She said also feels legisla tion should be in such a prosecutor would be notified before a transfer is approv ed The pendulum has swung loo said DuPlantis It used to be they didnt have any rights and now it seems they have too many DuPlanlis said she has spent large amounts of money and time to pro vide her brother with the longterm care she feels he needs She said she was upset that SASH personnel did not keep a closer eye on Littles ac tivities after he was led from his room She was told Little had crawl ed out a restroom window and jumped a He has left from SASH before 1 asked that he not be given privileges If Leonard has brought to light that the system doesnt work DuPlantis said Little was seen several times in downtown San An tonio Thursday afternoon On Satur he made phone contact with her Michael DuPlantis He is playing cat and mouse now iie is try ing to tell me where to find him rom Page IA four acies of residential property or more than two acres of commercial property will be required to conduct drainage Rutherford said the major aim of interim ordinance is to require aay developer ot any property to con tra hii water coining off that proper He added that while some developers have complained that the iattrin ordinance is too it is strict as the ordinance earlier If UM ordinance dies and this is the real irony of it all then the or dinance goes back to the ordinance that was originally on the books Trying to do community good is scrapped if the ordinance is done away Rutherford The committee leader the need for a drainage ordinance is evi dent by looking at the suburban areas surrounding any large All were doing is developing a blue print for the It will be implemented as the development takes Rutherford said Dobrowolski said he exfiocts the permanent drainage once to be much more reasonable than the existing in terim Before the watershed study is the committee will hold public meetings to gather input from the public concerning I think were going to come up with something thats more ac commodating to the public as a Dobrowolski Its go ing to be something that reflects the attitude of the Thats why its important for us to have as much public input as Dobrowolski said he feels drainage committee is made up ol a crosssection of the District Continued from Page A along Texas 46 and FM Purgatory Koad and along the county New Braunfels Chamber president Jean who owns a considerable of amount of property along the Guadalupe 1 wholeheartedly We need to have people who are users of the river help pay for its Some feedback has been received at the lake area chamber said of which he said to date none has been Most of what we have heard has been inquiry about the he stated I am for said Wilhelm We need this type of The user should participate in the costs of litter control and upkeep of roads Commissioner J L Kvans said that no public hearings concerning the district have been but said he would consider such if he felt there was misinformation among county residents or if public hearings would be beneficial to the success of the districts approval 1 suppose they are going to come out here and hold a public said They should have already done that It takes a while to disseminate in formation around the lake   

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