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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 16, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas lather Water Watch Canyon Lakt Canyon Lakt samt Wow M dow 01 Tbt Corps of Enginttrs office at Canyon Dam is an official colloction point for recyclable aluminum cans donated to help save the Bat yioship a veteran of two World Wars that is now rusting away in Take beverage cans to the corps office between and ISSLthrouih Frlday For call Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy tonight and Saturday with a alight chance of showers north sections tonight and most sections Satur Lows Friday night mostly 60s except SOs Hill Country and near To Highs Saturday in the 70s north and 80s Port Arthur to Port OConnor Tonight east to southeast wind 10 to 15 Seas 3 to 5 Saturday northeast wind 10 to 15 Seas 3 to 5 Widely scattered Port OConnor to Brownsville Tonight southeast wind 10 to 15 Seas 3 to 5 Isolated Saturday winds becoming northeast to east 10 to 15 Seas 3 to 5 Widely scattered NORTH TEX AS Partly cloudy to mostly cloudy conditions through Widely scattered showers or possibly even thunderstorms over the north Lows tonight Decreasing clouds from the west and north on Highs mid 70s to near WEST Mostly cloudy north tonight and Saturday with a slight chance of late night drizzle or light Mostly fair far west and partly cloudy Lows tonight around 40 north to the low 50s far west to the mid SOs southeast and along the Highs Saturday mid 60s north to the low 70s south to the upper 70s far west and the mid 80s along the Extended Forecast SundayTuesday SOUTH TEXAS Some late night and early morning partly Warm mild Highs in the up aer 70s near 90 Rio Grande Plains and lower Rio Grande 80s rest of South Lows in the SOs hill country and in land Southeast near 70 im mediate coast and lower 60s WEST TEXAS partly cloudy with near seasonal normal temperatures Sunday through Lows in the 40s and Highs in the 70s and NORTH TEXAS No rain ex pected A slight chance of showers or thunderstorms west Monday and all the area Lows in Highs upper 70s to lower 80s Sunday and in the 70s Monday and Texas Weather Partly cloudy skies and plea sant temperatures were forecast across most of Texas through There was a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms in the Panhandle and South Plains where a low pressure system was located early The showers and thunderstorms were expected during the late afternoon and ear ly evening Lows tonight will be mostly in the ranging from the 40s in the mountains of Southwest Texas to the 60s and 70s along the coast and in South Highs Saturday will be mostly in the It was partly cloudy over most of the state at dawn today except in East the Lower Rio Grande Valley and most of West Texas where skies were Early morning temperatures were mostly in the 50s and ranging from the 40s in the moun tains of Southwest Texas to the 70s along the Extremes ranged from 46 at Marfa in the Davis Mountains to 74 at Corpus Other early morning temperatures around the state in cluded 48 at 62 at Wichita 67 at Fort 66 at 67 at 69 at San 63 at 66 at 61 at San 60 at 57 at Midland and 60 at El Police Reports New Braunfels police Thursday morning investigated several reports of vending machine burglaries that occurred overnight in the 800 block of West San Antonio and 1100 block of Interstate Some in change was stolen in the three Criminal mischief and trespass was reported early this morning in the 200 block of North Live Oak where a woman complained rocks were being thrown at her A 1984 Volkswagen reported stolen Thursday morning from the 1300 block of West Coll Street was recovered later in the day at a church in the 1600 block of 81 Stereo speakers and battery were stolen from the A man reported the theft of a deer valued at from a site in the 500 block of Loop Burglary of a residence that oc curred sometime during the week in the 100 block of Morales was reported to police Taken were a cassette tapes and other items at a loss of Sometime between Monday and a storage locker in the 000 block of Landa Street was broken Taken were tools and auto parts at a reported loss of A radar detector and camera lens were stolen from a car Wednes day in the 100 block of West Mill The items were valued at Five rolls of wire fence were stolen from a field in the 4100 block of 81 West Burglary of a motor vehicle Wednesday in the 900 block of South Seguin Street resulted in the theft of a purse with cash and a gold An undetermined amount of hand tools were stolen in a burglary overnight Tuesday of a church in the 600 block of Loop Two valued at were taken in a burglary of a residence Wednesday in the 300 block of Comal A 23yearold Canyon Lake woman remains in satisfactory con dition in McKenna Memorial Hospital today following a one car ac cident early Thursday morning on In terstate Audrey a sales represen suffered multiple lacerations and a back injury when her 1982 Ford pickup left the went over a guardrail and struck a concrete The accident occurred around one mile north of FM Uballe apparently fell asleep behind the according to police Persons with information regar ding any felony crime are asked to call Crime Stoppers 420 day er to the officer on Callers are not asked to five their Crime Stoppers pays cash rewards o we to for in formation that leads to an arrest and iwry indictment of persons committing felony crimes Fest l A Inner Circle Arts Theatres youth Admission is with children under 12 admitted All pro ceeds will benefit which financially assists some 24 local nonprofit organisations Other activities tot day include an auction of Music Feat band band bumper and tapas of the official ContFund tsVritlaWI wiaiMBM The big auction item is a Gruene Music Fest sweatshirt signed by every single musician in each of the Sponsored by Miller Community and the GIUMC Merchants Mini Fast is destined to an annual event Menhanii and restaurants in Gruana ajno will ha dAMttaut tstnsof their proceeds during the Apartment dwellers getting garbage bills quarters New Braunfels apartment dwellers will find a little something extra In their current utility Garbage rates for apartment residents as well as businesses in the city have In creased effective There will be a lot of people get ting garbage bills who werent get ting them said City Engineer Bill He added that the new rates will generate about a enough to pur chase new equipment for handling the growing commercial The City of New Braunfels will col lect per unit for garbage collec tion at apartments rather than charging per dumpster as it previously Dobrowolski said from 10 to 20 apartments use the same The city engineer said the city will purchase a selfloading garbage truck with the revenue generated by the increased Such a truck costs about and would handle the citys commerlcal he A single man who sits in a cab can load was taking about 15 to 20 minutes to manually load commercial garbage will take about two he Commercial customers also will pay increased garbage collection The new rates are included in statements from New Braunfels chargedwith ignoring minors compulsive habit ATLANTIC API Debra Kim Cohen was a gambling away thousands of dollars at the blackjack tables and getting VIP treatment in including free limo hotel rooms and expensive She was also a 17year old compulsive gambler whose father repeatedly pleaded with casinos not to let her state gam ing regulators charged Five casinos Harrahs Resorts Elsinores Atlantis and Trump Plaza were charged by the Division of Gaming Enforcement with allowing her to gamble even though she was under Miss now lost money withdrawn from her bank earned from sales jobs and given her at her Sweet 16 said her father Leonard 1 tried punishing I tried not punishing said an Atlan tic City 1 tried taking her out spending time with 1 tried her He said his daughters gambling habit got to the point where she would be gone four days at a to the point where she slept in casino lobbies and This would go on until she was pen niless and Attorney General Cary Ed wards charged that the five casinos not only allowed the minor to gam but each rated her play and each failed to adequately question her about her To compound as a result of their Caesars and Resorts extended her complimentary ser while Harrahs made the which was he The customarily given to preferred came even though Cohen had his attorney send letters and photographs to the notifying them the girl was an underage compulsive the complaint Officials from the five casinos said they had not received the complaint and had no Caesars Senior Vice President Alfred Cade said security guards rigorously attempt to keep juveniles That segment of the market is not important to UK because theres not a great deal of disposable income among he Cohen said Thursday his lawyer advised him not to speak about the situation because his daughter faces charges of underage But he said earlier he had tried everything to help his who lives with her mother in New York Canyon Middle School Principal Roy Linnartz led a tour of media folks through the new CMS building including the mechanical on The students and faculty are in the process of moving into the new which is almost Open house and dedication are set for Oct Photo by Deryl Dominos to give to Comfund for pizzas sold by 31 Dominos Pizza will help the Comal County ComFund Drive by donating one dollar for every pizza they sell to the county wide fund The program to support the more than 20 social and human service agencies depending on Com Fund lasts until according to Jackie Dominos Pizza store manager in New Braunfels Dominos Pizza asks that any dis count coupon or Dominos Pizza be held until after Oct i io allow the dollar donation on the customers behalf One dollar will be donated for each pizza ordered There is no limit Dominos Pizza asks that orders or pizza be accompanied by a coupon stating that the customer wishes to donate to Comfund Dominos Pizza is a strictly telephone order pizza store Coupons should txgiven to the delivery person when they arrive with your pizza NAME I would like Si to be donated to Comal County ComFund tor each pizia I have I ordered today for a total of to be given to ADDRESS I NBU is searching for site for water treatment plant in fill c I l 11 n Continued from Page l resloration of the historic building that once served as New Braunfels High Dee Buck of Bucks Pottery in the Village of Gruene is making special Wurstfest mugs for sale during the Wurstfest is shaping up nicely this year with the Public Broadcasting KLRN Channel 9 Cable 101 in San Antonio planning a special broadcast about our sausage ex Produced by Kathy the 30minute documentary focuses on the history of Wurstfest and features interviews with Doyle Ed Sciantarelli and Myron The documentary will air at 8 and again at 5 They tried to interview but its hard for him to com municate when hes lying on his back beneath the spigot of a draft beer keg with his mouth open mak ing sure the soil doesnt get polluted with all that Pity they didnt get to interview Frances the worlds only lady Opa and wife of the late James one of the festivals original But if they of Frances comments would have left little time for anybody else to Ouch That Frances Wurstfest is a big deal and certainly one of the many reasons New Braunfels and Texas good reasons for being Just think no no searing no unsavory just the bast little sausage festival in the Lone Star Hraunfels ttilities is sear ching for the right place for a surface water treatment General Manager Bob Sohn said Thursday There are about four different sites thai weve sort of targeted for a treatment he said Sohn up dated the NBU Board of Trustees earlier this week about the sile selec tion process He said final plant sin has not been but of ficials are conlinuing the search The general manager said he has been busy working out other details for Ihe plant He met last week with state officials about transferring the citys water rights to the Guadalupe River from the Comal The plant will be built upstream of the Comal River because it is plann ed to reduce the citys reliance on the Edwards Aquifer and provide an alternative source uf water in case the aquifer becomes unusable Sohn will mwt with John uiadalupeBlanco River Authority general manager next week to discuss purchasing alxiut acre fett of water rum Canyon Lake an nually for the treatment plant The plant uill cost an estimated million and treat ii million gallons of treated water daily A por lion of the recent 4 million bond issue will for the project It also will Ixfinanced ui part by more than from NWs water resource development fund Specbt Thursday credited NHL of ficials with the foresight to construct a surface water treatment plant in stead of continuing to rely on the aquifer It s a very positive Theyre supporting the aquifer and Im im pressed with their thinking and their actions Its very he said think its very progressive thinking 1BKA also is planning a water treatment plant to located on Lake Dunlap Treated water from the facility will be used by the Gretn Valley Water Supply which serves the southwestern por tion of lluadalupe County and parts of Comal County Kdwards Underground Water District board of directors and others have proposed joint planning for sur face water retention The proposal for joint planning by the Kdwards board and all entities relying on the aquifer is intended to head off reliance on the which is considered a finite resource Births and Robert R Daisy Lane frounce hoy iroafcc Army Madical Cantor Senior volunteer program seeking help for agencies The Retired Senior Volunteer sponsored by the Comal County Community currently has 43 active volunteers in Comal County These volunteers have donated many hours of community services to 14 nonprofit agencies and health care facilities in Comal County there are many volunteer opportunities still to be filled Are you 60 years of age or older Are you retired and have a few hours a week to donate to your com munity Perhaps RSVP can assist you in finding a volunteer position that best suits your time and In RSVP can provide you with meal and mileage reimbursements if free liability insurance while a quarterly The following nonprofit agencies have some in teresting volunteer opportunities The New Braunlsis Police Department would l ike to find some volunteers to be clerks This position would require some entering data on a computer if a volunteer can this skill can be easily assisting the answering the phone and using the duplicating The RSVP Program is going to assist the Senior CtUsjM Caalar in New Braunfels with its home delivered meals Volunteers are needed to deliver the meals on the and fifth Fridays Of each month A total of 15 volunteers are needed It would take approximately 14 hours to deliver one route to To volunteer for this pro call Lanita Ross or Naomi Zimmerman at 62s I Nil or Les Thorn at Teen Connection has some good volunteer op A volunteer receptionist is needed to assist this agency with light phone working with clients and occasionally helping with special mailings A volunteer is needed for four hours each Special training will be provided by Teen Connection staff The Teen Connection Thrift Shop also needs volunteer Volunteers would be asked to sort out and mark items for run the cash and keep the store Volunteers are needed on and Saturdays from 10 until 3 Shifts cold be from 10 to or 1 to3p The Comal County Health Department would like to find a volunteer or volunteers to assist with its registration during the immunization clinics Pro spective volunteers would be asked to do light filing and other clerical Volunteers should possess pa tience and be able to work well with the Volunteers are needed on Tuesdays from 2 to 6 and on Wednesdays from 10 am to noon and from 2 to These are just a few of the communitys volunteer Persons interested in one or more of these volunteer jobs may contact the RSVP office by calling 3790300 or by writing to Ted P Box Texas Lutheran College Sanito Texas   

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