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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 3, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Nflfl 2 New Texas Weather December Poster winners Water Watch 412 down 6 Canyon Lake inflow 305 cfs up 4 Canyon Like outflow 72 cfs up Canyon Lake level up Edwards Aquifer up bepm pumping water ow the dan ttooufh Hi neuty coMfrveted pipcfine Tht Cotps of Eminem office at Canyon an offkM eoiecfiM poirt for aluminum caw donated to tm the Battfeihip t veteran of two World Wart that is now rutting away in Take bmrafe cam It the corpt office between I and Monday through For more cal Forecasts SOUTH TEXAS Fair and cool tonight with a chance of dense fog south late Mostly sunny Lows tonight from 40s north to 50s Highs Friday from mid and upper 70s north to low 80s NORTH TEXAS Fair through Friday with warm days and cool Lows tonight 33 to Highs Friday 65 to WEST TEXAS Mostly fair through tonight and partly cloudy Lows tonight upper 20s Panhandle to 30s Highs Fri day 60s north and mountains to 70s PORT ARTHUR TO PORT OCONNOR Tonight winds becoming north near 10 Seas 2 to 4 Friday northeast winds near 10 Seas 2 to 3 PORT OCONNOR TO BROWNSVILLE Tonight southwest winds near 10 knots becoming Seas 2 to 3 Friday northeast to east winds near 10 Seas 2 to 3 Extended Forecasts SaturdayMonday NORTH TEXAS Partly cloudy Saturday through A slight chance of showers or thunderstorms Continued mild with highs 60s to near lows 40s to near SOUTH TEXAS Generally fair and mild Partly cloudy Sunday with a slight chance of showers or thundershowers South Central and Southeast Highs with 80s lower Rio Grande Valley and Rio Grande Lows near 50 Hill Country and Edwards 60s Im mediate coast and lower valley and 50s Partly cloudy and cooler Monday with a slight chance of Highs with 70s lower Lows 40s to near 50 inland and 60s extreme WEST TEXAS Fair with temperatures above seasonal nor Panhandle lows highs upper 50s to South Plains lowg highs lower 60s to upper Permian Basin lows near highs mld60s to mid Concho Valley lows lower 40s to highs mid60s to mid Far west lows highs lower 60s to Big Bend lows 30s higher valleys to 40s highs 60s mountains to the 70s along the Rio Texas Dense fog covered a vast area of South Texas early today while the states weather remained clear and The National Weather Service issued a dense fog advisory at dawn today for South Central the coastal the Rio Grande plains and the Lower rio Grande Visibilities dropped below one half mile early today In Kingsville and Harlingen and to occasionally under one mile at Palacios and as far north as Forecasts called for clear skies and warm days and cool nights through There was no mention of any Lows tonight will be mostly in the 30s and ranging from the upper 20s in the Panhandle to the 50s in South Highs Friday will be mostly in the 60s and 70s with readings ex pected to climb into the 80s in South Skies were mostly clear at dawn today except in the fogshrouded Early morning temperatures were mostly in the 40s and ranging from the 30s in the moun tains of West Texas to the 60s along the South Texas Ex tremes ranged from 32 at Marfa in the Davis Mountains to 66 at Cor pus Other early morning temperatures around the state in cluded 39 at 38 at Wichita 47 at Fort 50 at 54 at San 53 at 58 at 44 at San 42 at 48 at Midland and 33 at El Public Records District Clerk Divorces Paul Morrison and Patricia Ismael and Mario Ramirez Santos and Olivia Rodriguez Sandra and Paul Russell Civil Filings Joyce Smith Michael Shane Kelley Canyon Lake Bank Reginald Duncombe suit on Police Report Nothing was reported stolen in a breakin early Wednesday morning at a business in the 400 block of West Mill Minor damage to the building was A microwave wall clock and video recording unit were taken Monday evening from a residence in the 700 block of Elizabeth The Items were valued at more than A gold ring was taken in a burglary of a residence Tuesday in the 300 block of The ring was valued at Adelfa of the 1400 block of was arrested Tues day evening at a grocery store in the 600 block of South Walnut and charg ed with Class C accused of shoplifting a pack of cigarettes and a deck of Police Tuesday evening arrested Victor of the 200 block of McGaugh on a charge of assault and family violence following a domestic A resident of a nursing home in the 1300 block of Interstate 35 West complained Tuesday evening that a color television was stolen from her The set was valued at A motel in the 1200 block of In terstate 35 West reported Tuesday evening the theft of linens valued at from a laundry Burglary of a residence Tuesday evening in the 1800 block of Kuehler Lane resulted in the theft of a color valued at An undetermined amount of jewelry and a color valued at was taken in a burglary of a residence that occurred Tuesday in the 800 block of Walker Police Tuesday afternoon recovered a motorcycle reported stolen The bifce was found in the Guadalupe River off the public boat ramp under interstate A breakin overnight Sunday at a business in the 1200 block of River Terrace resulted in the theft of according to police Police Monday evening arrested Jerry of New on a charge of Class C He was arrested at a grocery store in the 600 block of South Walnut following a shoplifting A disturbance Monday evening in the 400 block of Schmidt Street led to the arrest there of Roy on a charge of assault with family Persons with information regar ding any unsolved felony crime are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 620 day or and speak to the officer on Callers are not asked to give their Crime Stoppers pays cash rewards of up to for information that leads to an arrest and grand jury conviction of persons committing felony Youngsters from three schools took top awards in the poster contest sponsored by the Downtown Merchants Taking top awards from Galen Goodwin Primary second second place winning a gift certificate Jerry Seele Elementary fifth first place winn ing a savings bond and Phillip Carl Schurz third third place winning a gift Photo by Deryl Clark FDIC to make million bailout VICTORIA AP The Federal Deposit Insurance announced today a million bailout of the Crossroads Bank of Victoria to pre vent it from a spokesman Crossroads Bank has been ac quired by a group of Investors headed by Dorothy Ploeger and service to customers will not be said Bill FDIC spokesman in The investors contributed million to the banks capital struc he FDIC officials decided on the cash infusion after being notified by Texas State Banking Commission Kenneth Littlefield that the bank was in danger of Olcheski The which has assets of about operates one office in It is anticipated that this will significantly reduce the overall cost to the Olcheski said The financial assistance program was agreed to by the which deter mined it to be less costly than the cost incurred by allowing the bank to Zoning Continued from Page 1 Once you have 20 percent objec tion from surrounding property council would have to ap prove by a threefourths Shands The planning director added that Zamora and Russell can continue to work out of their homes if they do not put up signs on their homes or adver tise the location of their The bail bonds people would be allow ed to use their home phones as part of the but could not have customers coming to their the area from east of the jail to near Lone Star Primary School is zoned The jail property and the land on both sides of the street west to Loop 337 are zoned commercial or Shands The Comal County Jail was com pleted in 1985 despite objections from surrounding property Serna said a petition requesting the jail be built elsewhere was ignored when presented to county officials before The jail is on the edge of the citys west Serna said traffic surrounding the jail already is heavy because of its proximity to plants outside of the ci She added that bail bond businesses would add even more traf fic to the area she considers to be the nicest part of the citys west I guess they thought they could come in and line their she said in reference to businesses seek ing to locate near the Serna add ed that several of the residents can not afford to move out of the area where they have purchased DO YOU HAVE MILD TO MODERATE ASTHMA If we need volunteers to partici pate in a FDA approved clinical study for a new asthma Participants must be 21 years of age or and will be For more information call CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH 705ALanda 6257612 A total of 164 banks have failed na tionwide this including 46 in There have been 18 assistance Including the one to he said Bonds Continued from Page Writs of or writs of er are available for relief from faul or County Commissioners could authorize seek ing such a writ requesting full pay ment of Precinct 4 Commissioner Clyde Jacobs said commissioners would discuss the matter during todays preagenda I think we need to gel an attorney generals ruling preceding any at tempt to attain correct amounts of money for the general Jacobs said 1 think its a big thing 1 think every dime of the taxpayers money we spend is a big thing Since we are charged with the responsibility to protect the taxpayers it is the duty of the commissioners to press on Reimer said he has never sought reductions in forfeiture judgments in the county courtatlaw I feel like it is my duty to go in and get the full amount on a forfeiture Reimer said Most bondsmen have underwriters and if we dont need them doing business in this county When a person is he or she will usually have an opportunity to post a personal or corporate bond for release which guarantees ap pearance throughout court pro ceedings Failure to appear results in notification and a motion to forfeit the bond If all statutory re quirements are final Judgment is pending the rearrest or reappearance of the pnnicpal Jacobs said he is opposed to the practice of collecting less than the full amount of called bonds Does that not reduce a bondsmans in itiative in seeking out these in dividuals and returning them to custody0 he asked Board Continued from i by cue loads and the needs of the Im ust glad the matter Is be ing Mid Herbrich of the possibility of action by the county seeking the collection of some In forfeited I think if thats what It takes creating a board to make things roll then Im for A board may be formed In coun ties of fewer than popula tion at the discretion of a majority of officers who would be members or appoint deslgnees the A board would establish licensing procedures and surety funds and would require cor porate bonding companies to meet certain criteria to conduct business in the I felt four years ago we needed to create a board and I still feel that said It couldnt run any worse than It is right Members or their deslgnees who would comprise the board In clude district county county court district licensed bond district clerk and county It doesnt have to be a paid said Im very big on volunteers and getting peo ple Involved In local govern Relmer also blasted legislation passed during the regular Texas 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 Its said Reimer of provisions contained In Senate Bill Its made a Joke of the system they wont LET Us SEND YOUR CHRISTMAS GREETINGS Since Christmas is a time of being with friends and why not let us send your greetings in a community Christmas Card By contributing the money you would spend on local cards and postage to the Comal County Mental Health Retardation we will print your name in a Community Christmas Card in the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung and the Times Guardian Newspapers and Broadcast your Greetings on during Christmas Your donations can bring joy and happiness all year The Mental Health Mental Retardation Center is an outreach clinic of the Austin State School and the San Antonio State Hospital which provides Mental Health care and Mental Retardation Services to eligible residents of Comal All employees of the center are funded by the but it is the responsibility of the community to raise the funds for the operating expenses of the Your Christmas contributions may be sent by 16 to COMAL COUNTY MENTAL HEALTH MENTAL RETARDATION CENTER Texas 78130 A   

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