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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas November leather Water Watch Comai 407 same Canyon La e inflow 390 down 359 Canyon Lake outflow 296 up 9 Canyon Lake 901 down Edwards Aquifer down 0 Dlm ls an on P0n of aluminum cans donated to lave the Battleship a veteran of two World SAT ln MM to the corps office between 8 and Monday through For more call 180064TEXAS Forecasts North Texas Freeze warning tonight for mainly the central and Clear and cold tonight with lows from the mid 20s southeast to the mid 30s Mostly sun ny and a bit warmer Thursday with high in the West Texas Mostly fair skies through Lows tonight around 30 most sections except lower 20s southwest mountains to near 40 along the Highs Thursday low to mid 60s except near 70 Big South Texas Freeze warning tonight for Southeast Clear to fair skies and cold with a freeze likely northern Partly cloudy and a little warmer Thurs Highs Thursday from the 60s north to the 70s Lows tonight from the 30s north to 40s south with 20s Hill Port Arthur to Port OConnor Small craft advisory is in Tonight wind becoming northeast near 20 Rough seas sub siding to 4 to 6 feet near shore and 6 to 9 feet Thursday nor theast wind 15 to 20 Seas 4 to 6 Port OConnor to Brownsville Small craft advisory is in Tonight northeast wind diminishing to 15 to 20 Rough seas subsiding to 5 to 7 feet near shore and 6 to 8 feet Thursday northeast wind near 15 Seas 4 to 6 Extended Forecasts North Texas No rain Highs mid60s to lows 40s Friday and Saturday and mid40s to lower 50s South Texas Partly cloudy and Highs warming to 80s south Saturday and Lows Friday and Saturday 40s north to 50s except 30s Hill Country Lows Sunday 50s north to 60s West Texas Fair and dry with a slow warming trend Friday through Panhandle highs lows South Plains highs upper lows mld30s to low Permian Basin and Con cho Valley highs lower lows around 40 to upper Far west Highs upper lows mid30s to Big Bend area Highs 60s mountains to mid70s lows 30s mountains to 40s Texas Temperatures dropped to below freezing at dawn today across a vast area of West Texas and western portions of North The mercury dipped to a bone chilling 19 degrees at Marfa in the Davis Mountains of Southwest Texas just before A hard freeze warning was in ef fect early today for the Concho Valley and a freeze warning was in effect for the Pecos Freeze warnings have been posted for tonight for North Cen tral Northeast Texas and portions of Southeast Forecasts calling for clear to partly cloudy statewide Lows tonight will be mostly in the ranging from the upper 20s in the Concho Valley and across portions of West Texas to the mid 40s along the lower Texas coast and in the Lower Rio Grande Highs Thursday will be mostly in the 50s and Early morning temperatures were in the 20s and 30s over the western half of the state and in the 30s and 40s over the eastern Extremes ranged from a chilly 19 at Marfa in the Davis Mountains of Southwest Texas to 53 at Corpus Other early morning temperatures around the state in cluded 31 at 29 at Wichita 34 at Fort 32 at 40 at 35 at San 38 at 47 at 23 at San 26 at 23 at Midland and 33 at El Reimer Continued from Page 1A Speculation is that a will challenge incum bent District Attorney William Schroeder in next years general but Reimer would neither confirm or deny those There are a lot of said I have not made a decision as to what Im going to do at this I have a lot of encouragement and I want to talk more to people and hear what they have to I know I dont want to stay in this Its time for me to look at some new challenges in my whatever career that Ive done as much as I can with this Reimer said he urges the citizens of Comal County to take high interest in next years elections for county prosecutor and hopes that one is chosen who will be impartial and able to handle the difficult tasks of the There are many pluses and minuses to working this he I have prosecuted with equali ty of treatment for all who have come before me and I hope no one will make compromises or promises to get Reimer is the founder of the Comal County Child Advocates and a co founder of Teen He also instituted the Guardian Interlock Program as a probation alternative for persons convicted of drunk driv the first program established in the Reimer is quick to note that the Guardian program is still in its testing phase and is not yet per manently I believe my record for battling crime will give all potential can didates the ability to hit the ground running when they take over this of I believe crime can be effective ly fought if attention is paid to vic tims and potential Filing for the various public offices with terms due next year begins Continued from Page IA the Security personnel was brought in from area counties and cities to deter Weve reached the point now where the festival is really down to fine I cant think of any major improvements that are she A new entertainment tent on the grounds was a huge she adding that the tent gave people a place to eat and listen to And a 30piece band from West Germany was Herbelin I dont know exactly whats going to happen with entertainment next but I was very pleased with it this she Although Herbelin and her small staff work fulltime throughout the Can year to promote Wurstfest and to work out the actual planning for the festival is done by members of the Wurstfest And they will start planning for next year within the next As far as the festival it is run strictly by They hire people but as far as the organization they have 200 members who i have to volunteer at least 20 hours during the she adding that Wurstfest members also spend countless hours during the year plan ning for the We always think about next Our committees will meet in the next three to four weeks to consider what they thought about the Herbelin adding that Wurstfest Association members will evaluate what programs went well and which need Continued from Paw IA poMibly during the day Tuesday following media releases concerning the make of the car Another detective said he believes the cars owner If alxo The wile of the man who Initially found the car said knowing the car WM there Was It me the I couldnt even deep The property on which the car was feund to cnraed by Rev patter tA the Hock Hill Gospel touttto He WM notified by police Jtmdary IA their Mid WM unsure if the tip Tuesday evening was provided through the local Crime Stoppers program or to investigators He also was unable to speculate on what charges might be filed against Were not to that point he Well talk to the district at torney and hell help us to determine what charges will be Manslaughter and failure to stop and render aid charges are although Roque said the intentions of the driver will have to be Investigators Monday determined the cars description based on pieces of the front end found at the Marsch realizes dream in program By SARAH DUKE staff writer A 1984 New Braunfels High School graduate is about to get a close look at the Supreme Court as he begins an internship in January as a member of Chief Justice William Rehnquists its really going to be an exciting time because well have a new judge Darryl Marsch said while describing his plans for a five month Marsch will graduate in December from the University of Texas at Austin with highest university He plans to attend law school next fall after completing his intern The student was one of two students chosen from applicants throughout the nation for a chance to work with and learn from the staff of the Supreme Court The New Braunfeis native said he feels lucky to have been chosen for the internship with the office of the administrative assistant to the chief more than may have had more to do with the The government stu dent works as an assistant to the director of research at the Law School He worked as a clerk for Judge Sam Houston Clinton of the Court of Criminal Appeals in As a Marsch researched cases before the And he has resear ched various phases of law Including the emerging field of alternative dispute So I didnt do this on my 1 had a lot of people backing me Marsch One of his biggest sup porters is Merrttt Schumann of New The student describes Schumann as his mentor as well as a good Marsch isnt quite sure what he will be doing during his Internship in the nations capital but he will be working with administrative Ill be working with administrative things like helping him the chief Justice prepare his law review ar ticles and the speeches that he he The Internship Is like a dream come true for the young man As a government student and a future 1 couldnt ask for any he The Internship program in which Marsch will participate Is relatively new with only 200 students having participated so While government is a major in terest of he said he Is par ticularly fascinated with the Judicial 1 really like the judicial branch of It has a cer tain mystery to Its the branch of government that gets the least atten he adding that he hopes to get to understand some of the Judges on the nations highest Marsch is the son of Milton Marsch and Vlona both of San Parks moving toward enterprise system By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer The New Braunfeis Parks and Recreation Department is moving faster toward reducing parks finan cial drain on the city than a national expert on park funding Leonard who conducted a fiscal management study of the local parks system about a year told members of the Parks and Recrea tion Advisory Board Tuesday that they have taken innovative steps to make park improvements pay for You did some things a little faster than I thought you You have taken over some things that I thought would take a few years to Ehrler of Hoffpauir and conducted a study for the parks department for a cost of about David parks Tuesday said the depart ment already has recovered that amount by implementing some of the changes recommended in the The study called for the city to turn to an enterprise system of management for the parks depart meaning that capital recovery fees should be added to park fees and those additional fees should be set aside to fund park Carl Fox and other board members said the 25cent surcharge added to the swimming fee generated some complaints among Most of the complaints from peo ple about the season pass charges were not that they couldnt afford but that it was a said Lupe new board Ehrler said that once the public comes to understand that profit is not a dirty and that small ad ditional charges provide the parks department with a way to improve the facilities in relation to their people will accept the I think you have just scratched the surface and I think that once the public understands about the it will support he Fox said there is a fear among the board members that the New Braunfeis City Council will look at the additional parks revenue being generated through capital recovery fees and will reduce funds channeled to the parks Ehrler said that while that has hap pened in some most cities realize that the park improvements will be accomplished more easily if the park department is allowed to keep a portion of the revenue generated through Its not sup posed to be instead its supposed to be in addition to tax revenue from the he Whatley said the parks department cleared about by charging parking fees in Landa Another was generated by an Increase in picnic That money will stay in the parks department and will fund Im The additional picnic fees are paying for a new pavilion and the increased swimming fees funded new ladders to be placed in the Olympicsized swimming pool Profit and loss isnt the best way to look at a parks system but were doing very well In that Whatley He added that the city recovers about 40 percent of its parks department budget through fees No other city in the state compares with that recovery Were not getting any dollars from City In were putting more dollars in City Hall and keeping some only parks Im provements I can seefrom the city are what weve implemented this the parks director The beauty of this enterprise system is the users are paying for not the Whatley said he is concerned about the citys youth athletics Those including soccer fields and baseball are in need of improvement and he but the city doesnt have the money for Ehrler said capital recovery fees charged to groups who use the facilities would be one way to offset the expense of expansion and Im Mullins Continued from Page 1A possibly Initiate some He also said he recognizes many good people serving currently as reserve I would Immediately Institute training and educational programs as well as upgrade investigative pro cedures In order to make all person nel more aware of professional said adding he Hearing would also seek an undercover of ficer to target specifically drug traf ficking in the Other goals he said he would ac tively pursue as sheriff would be to establish youthrelated programs and educational programs In better organize rural neighborhood crime watch areas and establish bet ter relationships with federal and stale law enforcement agencies Continued from Page IA mcrce department will choose which community will receive the According to 1980 census 539 lOhifiiflrips lowto moderateincome residents live in the area which would benefit from the drainage project Besides the the city will allocate for the project rank Alanis Services for Frank Alams of lyi Hidalgo will be at 1 Thursday at Holy Family Catholic Burial will be in Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery A rosary will be recited at 7 Wednesday at Zoeller Funeral Home died 9 at McKcnna Memorial Hospital He was born May in New Braunfeis to Librado and Angelita mec Padillai Alanis He married Margarita Sanchez on April in New Braunfeis Alanis was a lifetime New Braunfeis resident and was a mecnanic at WestPoint He was a member of Holy Family Catholic Woodmen of the the Bingo Committee of Holy Family and was a past member of the Holy Name Society of Holy Family Survivors include his Margarita Alanis of New one Amalla i Molly Aleman of New one Maj ArnulfoS Alams of one Lydia Carrillo of New one Lw AJants Jr of New and five grand children The Original All Season Radial Tiempo Radial Flexible sidewalls deliver a comfortable ride Steel belted radial construction delivers tread and fuel efficiency Tread designed to dissipate heat hx tire durability WHTEWAU LOWPWCE M ATTENTION HUNTERS GOODEAR RETAILERS QUARTERS FOR YOUR UGHT TRUCK AND RV TIRE NEEDS CALL YOUR NEAREST GQODYEAP RETAILS D GMermc RADIAL For Small Can I With Old BfTTIHI ARRIVA RADIAL Traction Fuel WHh OW Oliw twwleyty BfSTI VECTOR RADIAL Tread The Weather VVtth OW f A9i Cooling Syntem fir Radiator Protection Drain and refill the radiator and cooling system with up to 2 gallons of Pres sure test the Inspect water and tighten all Oil Oil t JiMM drain oil and i mm with up to of brand motor and Inatall a 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