New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 3, 1987, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 03, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 3, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Weather Poster winners Water Watch Comal River.........................412    cfs    (down    6) Canyon Lake inflow...................... 305 cfs (up 4) Canyon Lake outflow. ...................72    cfs (up I)* Canyon Lake level ..............   902.59    (up 06) Edwards Aquifer....................... 627.95    (up .03) * At the r««uett o* it* Guadalupe Blanco tor Authority mc sam lam arc '.mn and GB* A hat OCfun 0umo*nf #atr our th* dam throufh It mly : retracted pipet*** The U S Carot o* Eh«mrt office at Canyon 0am it an official codec hon oar* tar recyclable    cam    donated    to    halo    tan the Bathethtp Tem a err an ot two World Wart ’hat t% no* rut?** away in dock Take Peerage tam to the corpl office between I a rn and 4 30 p rn Monday throufh Friday For more information cal I IOO64 TEXAS Forecasts    Plains lows mid-30s highs lower 60s to upper 60s Permian Basin SOUTH TUX AS Fair and cool    lows near 40 highs mid-60s to mid- ‘.onight with a chance of dense    fog    Concho Valley lows lower 40s south Sate tonight Mostly sunny    rn id -at/s highs mid-60s to mid- Fnday Lows tonight from 40s    7()1 Par west lows mid-Tbs highs north to V* south Highs Friday    lower BOS to mid-60s Big Bend from mid and upper Tis north to    i0,*s higher valleys to 4os low 80s south    plateaus highs 60s mountains to NORTH TEXAS Fair through    the Tis along the Rio Grande Fridas with warm days and cool    Texas nights Lows tonight 3S to 42 Highs Friday 65 to Ti    Dense fog covered a vast area of WEST TEXAS Mostly fair    South Texas early today while the through tonight and partly cloudy    state's weather remained clear Fnday Lows tonight upper 20s    and warm Panhandle to 30s south Highs Fn- The National feather Service day 60s north and mountains to Tis issued a dense fog advisory at south    dawn today for South Central PORT ARTHUR TO PORT    Texas the coastal bend the Rio O CONNOR Tonight winds    Grande plains and the Lower no becoming north near IO knots    Grande Valley Seas 2 to 4 feet Friday northeast    ^ lsibtlities dropped below one winds near IO knots Seas 2 to 3    half mile early today in Victoria {f^*t    laredo Beeville Kingsville and PORT O’CONNOR TO    Harlingen and to occasionally BROWNSVILLE Tonight    under one mile at Brownsville southwest winds near IO knots    Palacios and as far north as becoming north Seas 2 to 3 feet    Austin Friday northeast to east winds    Forecasts called for clear skies near IO knots Seas 2 to 3 feet    and warm days and cool nights c    through Frida> There wa* no Emended Forecasts    menthol ans preener, Saturda/-Monday    l>ows tonight will be mostly in the jus and 4Us ranging from the NORTH T EXAS Partly cloudy    upper 20s in the Panhandle to the Saturday through Monday A    Sos in v>uth Texas slight chance of showers or    Highs Friday will be mostly in thunderstorms Sunday C ontinued    the sos and Tis with readings ex mild with highs 60s to near 70    peeled to climb into the Hits in lows 4Us to near 50    South Texas SOI TH TEXAS Generally fair    Skies were mostly clear at dawn and mild saturday Partly cloudy    today except in the fog shrouded Sunday with a slight chance of    areas showers or thundershowers South    Early morning temperatures Central and Southeast Texas    *ere mostly in the 4os and 5os Highs 70s with HOS lower Rio    ranging from the Jus in the moun Grande Valley and Rio Grande    tains of West Texas to the oos Plains Lows near 50 Hill Country    along the South Texas coast Ex and Edwards Plateau Mis im    tremes ranged from 12 at Marfa in mediate coast and lower Valle,    the Davis Mountains to 66 at Cor and jus elsew here Partly cloudy    pus Christi and cooler Monday with a slight    lither early morning chance of showers Highs6os with    temperatures around the state in 70s lower valley I/jws 40s to near    eluded IO at Amarillo 38 at VO inland and Mis extreme south    Wichita Falls 47 at Fort Worth V WEsT TEXAS Fair with    at Waco, 54 at San Antonio 53 at temperatures above seasonal nor    Houston 58 at Brownsville 44 a* rn als Panhandle lows mid ids    san Angelo 42 at Lubbock 48 at high'' upper 50S to mid Mis South    Midland and 33 at El Paso Public Records District Clerk Divorces Paul Morrison and Patricia Parks Ismael and Mario Ramirez Seriano Santos and Olivia Rodrigue/ Jr Police Report Nothing was reported stolen in a break in early Wednesday morning at a business in the IMI block of West Mill Street Minor damage to the building was reported A microwave oven, wall clock and video recording unit were taken Monday evening from a residence in the VIX) bloc k of Elizabeth Street The items were valued at more than $7(Xj A gold ring was taken in a burglary of a residence Tuesday in Om- UXJ block of Clemens The ring was valued at $2-50 Adelfa Oiabolia, 41 of the 14<xi block of Hillview was arrested Tues day evening at a grocery store in the MXI block of south Walnut and charg ed with Class ( theft accused of stMipliftmg a pack of cigarettes and a deck of cards Police I uesday evening arrested Victor Martinez 16, of the 2ix> block of McGaugh on a charge of assault and family violence following a domestic dispute A resident of a nursing home in the I loo block of Interstate 35 West complained Tuesday evening that a color television was stolen from her room The set was valued at $2t/7 A motel in the 12<xj block of In terstate 35 West reported Tuesday evening the theft of linens valued at $2uo from a laundry room Burglary of a residence Tuesday evening rn Hie lHixi block of Kuehler Lane resulted in the tfieft of a color television, valued at I KM) An undetermined amount of jewelry and a color television, valued at $250 was taken in a burglary of a residence that occurred Tuesday in the HIX) block of Walker Circle Police Tuesday afternoon recovered a motorcycle reported stolen Monday The bike was found in the Guadalupe River off Hie public boat ramp under Interstate 35 A break in overnight Sunday at a Board Youngsters from three school took top awards m the poster contest sponsored Py the Downtown Merchants Association Taking top awards were from ’eft Galen Constat e Goodwin Primary second grader second place winning a $15 gift certificate Seeie E e^entary fifth g'ader mg a S50 savings Pond a^d Car* Schurz third grader t^ird je'fy Martinez ♦irst p ace ainr-Phi ip Schu ze place winning a S’O gift certificate pbotofcyDery Clark FDIC to make $2 million bailout VICTORIA AP The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp announced today a $2 million bailout of the Crossroads Bank of Victoria to pre vent it from failing a spokesman said Crossroads Bank has been at quired by a group of investors headed by Dorothy Ploeger and service to customers will not be interrupted said Bill Olcheski FDP spokesman in Washington The investors contributed $2 5 million to the hank s capital st mc ture he said FDIC officials decided on the cash infusion after being notified bv Texa*. state Banking Commission Kenneth W Littlefield that the bank win danger of failing (Jlcheski said The bank which has assets of about $26 million operates one offo e in Victoria It is anticipated that this will significantly reduce the over a.I cost to the FDIC Olcheski said The financial assistance program was agreed to by the FDIC which deter mined it to t>e less costly than the c«»si incurred by allowing the bank to Zoning Sandra and Paul Russell Shane Civil Filinqv Joyce E smith vs Michael Shane Kelley UR ES A ( an von Lake Bank vs Reginald I>uncornbe suit on note business in trie 13xj block of River Terrace resulted in the theft of $ 4o c ash according to police reports Police Monday evening arrested Jerry Brown 37 of New Braunfels on a charge of Class C theft He was arrested at a grocery store in the Mio block of South Walnut following a shoplifting complaint A disturbance Monday evening in Hie 4<x» block of Schmidt Street led lo the arrect there of Roy Saenz 38 on a charge of assault with family violence Person* with information reqar ding any unsolved felony crime are asked to call Crime Stopper* at *20 TIPS. day or mqht. and *peak to the officer on duty. Caller* are not a*ked to qive their name* Crime Stopper* pay* ca*h reward* of up to $1,000 tor information that lead* to an arre*f and qrand iury conviction of person* commitfinq felony crime* DO YOU HAVE MILD TO MODERATE ASTHMA? lf so, we need volunteers to partici-pate in a FOA approved clinical study for a new asthma medication. Participants must be 21 years of age or older, and will bepaid. For more information call: CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH 705* Lands    625-7612 fail " A total of 164 banks have failed na tionwide this year including 4* rn Texas There have been 18 assistance transactions including the one to dav he said Bonds Continued from Paqe I Once you have 20 percent obje* Hon from surrounding property owners council would have to ap prove by a three fourths margin Shands said The planning director added that Camara and Russell ran continue lo work out of their homes if they do not put up signs on their homes or adver tis*- the lot at ion of their businesses The bah bonds people would tie allow erf to use their borne phones as part of the business nut could not have customers coming to their homes < urrently the area from east of the jail to near Ixme star Primary Sc hue is zoned residential The jail property arni the land on txith sides of the street west to Lzxjp UT are zoned commercial or industrial shands said The Comal County Jail was corn pleted in ll*8.» despite objections from surrounding property owners serna said a petition requesting the jail inbuilt elsewhere was ignored when presented to county officials before construction The jail is un the edge of Hie city S west side Serna said traffic surrounding Hie jail already is heavy t>e< uuse of its proximity to plants outside of the cl ty She added that bail bond businesses would add even more traf fie to the area die considers to tie the no est part of Hie city s west side I guess they Hiought they could come in and line their wallets ’ she said in reference to businesses seek mg to lo* ate near the jail Serna add ed that several of the residents can not afford to move out of the area where they have purchased homes Continued from Paqe I Writs of mandamus or writs of er rot are available for relief from faui tv or improper judgments County Commissioners could authorize sees mg such a writ requesting full pay ment of bonds Precinct 4 Commissioner Clyde Jacobs said commissioners would discus'- the matter during today * pre agenda workshop I think we need to get an attorney general s ruling preceding any at tempt to attain correct amounts of money for the general fund Jacobs said I think it’s a big thing I think every dime of the taxpayer s money we spend is a big thing Mn* ewe are charged with the responsibility to protect the taxpayers dollars it is the duty of the commissioners to pressor. " Heimer said he na* never sought redactions in forfeiture judgments in the county court at law Philosophically I fee line st s my duty to go in and get the fuii amount on a forfeiture bond Re!mer said Most bondsmen have underwr ’ers and if not we don f need them doing business in this countv When a person is arre-ded he nr she will usually have an opportune to post a personal or corporate bond for release which guarantees ap bearance throughout court pro feedings h allure to appear results x notification and a motion to forfeit the bond lf alt statutory re quirements are met final judgment is entered pending the re arrest or reappearance of the prmicpa. Jacobs said he is oppise! to the practice of collecting .ess than the full amount of waited bonds lines that not reduce a bondsman s in Itiative in seeking out these in dividuais and returning them to custody he asked Continued trom Page t by case loads and the needs of the community ” i’m just glad the matter is be mg resolved ” said Herbrlch of the possibility of action by the county seeking the collection of some $60 OOO in forfeited bonds I think lf that s what It takes (creating a board to make things roll right then I rn for it A board may be formed in coun ties of fewer than UC OOO popuia lion at the disc retion of a majority ! of officers who would be members of. or appoint designees to the board A board would establish licensing procedures and surety funds and would require cor ! porate bonding companies to mee* certain criteria to conduct business in the county "I felt four years ago we needed to create a board and I still fee. that way said Reimer It couidn t run any worse than it is right now Members or their designees who would comprise the board in elude Sheriff district Judge county judge county court judge district attorney licensed bond sman district clerk and county clerk It doesn t have to be a paid position said Jacobs I rn very big on volunteers and getting peo pie involved in local govern ment Reimer also blasted leg.s.atior passed during the regular Tex av legislative session this year which effectively prohibits final judgments from being entered earlier than nine months after the date of forfeiture in misdemeanor cases and 18 months in felony cases It s horrendous said Reimer of provisions contained in senate Bill IBS It s made a Joke of the sv stem mix. V/ * + ¥ * Let Us Send Your ❖ Since Christmas is a time of being with friends and family why not let us send your greetings in a community Christmas Card7 By contributing the money you would spend on local cards and postage to the Comal County Mental Health Retardation Center we will print your name in a Community Christmas Card in the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung and the Times Guardian Newspapers and Broadcast your Greetings on & during Christmas week. Your donations can bring joy and happiness all year round. The Mental Health Mental Retardation Center is an outreach clinic of the Austin State School and the Son Antonio State Hospital which provides Mental Health core and Mental Retardation Services to eligible residents of Comal County. All employees of the center are funded by the State but it is the responsibility of the community to raise the funds for the operating expenses of the center. Your Christmas contributions may be sent by Wed. Dec. 16 to: Comal County Mental Health Mental Retardation Center 511 North St. New Braunfels, Texas 78130 + A VN V * ;

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