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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 30, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas December leather Water Watch Canyon Lake 15 Canyon Lake cfs Canyon Lake up 5 Edwards up Hie requMl of the GuadalupeBlanco River the dam gates are closed and GBRA is pumping water over the dam through its newly constructed The Corps of Engineers office at Canyon Dam is an official collection point for recylable aluminum cans donated to help save the Battleship a veteran of two World Wars that is now rusting away in Take beverage cans to the corps office between 8 and Monday through For more call Texas Winter cold descended on Texas early this The National Weather Services said temperatures were mostly in the 20s and 30s before with some readings in the 40s over deep South Extremes at 4 were 25 degrees at Stephenville and 44 degrees at Laredo and Other early morning temperatures included 28 at Fort Worth and 33 at Abilene and 29 at Wichita 32 at 36 at El 34 at San 33 at San 43 at Corpus 35 at 31 at Austin and 28 at Forecasts SOUTH TEXAS Mostly through chance of showers on Mild Highs mostly 50s with 60s lower Rio Grande Valley and lower coastal Lows near 40 Hill Country to mid50s lower NORTH TEXAS Clearing west and central continued fair Lows 35 northwest to 47 Partly cloudy Thurs highs 47 to WEST TEXAS Partly cloudy tonight and colder Lows tonight 20s moun tains and north to mid30s Highs Thursday 30 Panhandle to near 60s valleys of Extended Forecasts New Years SOUTH TEXAS New Years Day partly cloudy and cool with lows Friday morning in the 30s to low 50s south and highs in the 50s except a few 60s Becoming cloudy Saturday and Sunday with a chance of rain continued cold Lows in the 30s and highs in the 40s central and southeast to the mid 50s NORTH TEXAS Partly cloudy and colder New Years Most ly cloudy and cold Saturday with a slight chance of light sleet or snow and a slight chance of rain or sleet Continued frem Page 1A Her Edith of Brig said the few surviving family who were to help authorities make formal Identifica tions felt pain and You dont want to think he would do something like but you knew he was capable of doing said in an interview published today in the Arkansas Lawsuit Continued from Page 1A operated the landfill through county and city Facing possible citations from the state and lacking funds to bring the landfill up to state health and operating the board sold the landfill July 24 after receiving bids from two waste management Should a judgment be rendered against the board in the both Camarillo and board secretary Bate Bond said the monies would be taken from the purchase The suit also contends that the equipment acquired by the board was specially designed and manufactured for the citycounty landfill and therefore was Local board officials scoffed at that saying the equipment was acquired in used condition and denying any special provisions were Thirty days notice was required and we had to put the equipment back in the original shape received and we did Bond Attorney representing the plain tiffs was unavailable for comment this Public Records District Clerk Civil Filings Capital City and Bill Comal County Solid Waste Control Board breach of con Ingram Ready Arthur Rudy Villanueva and Thomas individually and dba Villanueva Concrete Works breach of First Bank and Trust Kenneth Skeels and Rosalita Skeels foreign William Guenther Goepf and Does MO damages and Paul Ragsdale and wife Crystal Ragsdale Monroe Rake breach of County Clerk Marriages Melba Mae Kneip and Leonard Roy Cynthia Kaye Pavlica and Jeremiah Emerson Judy Monroe and Charles Harold Lidia Rivera and Jerry Joe Yolanda Ortega and Luis Amalla Gamboa Susan Patricia Hughes and Donald Franklin Nelda Ann Martinez and Domingo Park Continued from Page 1A We were actually afraid that thing could fall and hit someone on the The building inspectors recommended tearing that sucker down and starting from They thought that for the amount of money it would take to renovate it we could build a new Whatley The new shelter is being built using the park improvement Whatley said about worth of repairs made to picnic shelter 4 were funded using capital improve ment The remaining capital improvement funds combined with building maintenance funds were us ed to repair shelter we didnt intend to do all three Whatley 4 was our worst he adding that closer inspection revealed that the others needed im mediate The renovated shelters will take on the Hill Country look with tin roofs and rock Whatley said now that it cost to rent a picnic shelter for a day during the the parks department wants to make sure shelter users are satisfied with their Whatley the shelters generate about a year for the With the he he ex pects increased meaning as much as more from each shelter in a He added that shelter usage will pay for the im provements in about one Of all our picnic these were the ones that were in the worst Whatley adding that he does not anticipate a need for major repairs on picnic shelters in the near Our next hurdle for next year is to try to improve the facilities at the picnic shelters like the barbecue he Adjustment Continued from Page 1A go to the city and the industries reportedly consider that a hidden Both industries are outside New Braunfels city Gene NBU board of trustees said Tuesday the utilities company has been planning for years to change the policy of sub sidizing water and sewer Weve been subsidizing our water and sewer systems for many he Mayor George who sits on the NBU said he thinks a workshop with the city council to study the proposed rate structure would be He added that council members are familiar with the utilities plan to convert to a rate schedule based on cost of NBU Trustee Al Kosko said the proposed rate structure is a logical way to He added that the board has been working toward the new rate structure during the three years he has been on the Loans Continued from Page A losses of touristrelated dollars estimated to be in the hundreds of thousands of Economic injury loans of up to per applicant were made available by SBA at interest rates of 4 percent for small businesses and 9 percent for agricultural There are plenty of disaster funds to go around if all qualifications are met and you still must be able to repay the added The program is geared to help those in the which is a small In order to a loan applicant must show losses during a three month period between June and August based on previous years Applicants must show that no personal assests are available to keep their business operating and that money cannot be borrowed from an outside FINE CUSTOM JEWELRY Holiday Special 20 off ALL Silver Jewelry Compare our Service And Prices 1937 IH 35 Suite 104 New 78130 6207442 Designs That Make A Statement New Session January 4th to February 20th 1 GlMMi art Held in T larM LOW IMPACT Extend class period for more fun LIGHT WEIGHT WORKOUT MW to Features Hand weights andrubberbandsfor increased muslce strength and A perfect compliment to aerobics AEROBICS PLUS Babysitter available AEROBIC WORKOUT TUTHURS to 7 Babysitter available All ts qualifyMo limitations 6267738 DROP INS ARE WELCOME OFFER i LOW COST PER CUSS i GOUPQil COUPOI COUPON coupon worth eff at ittritign Nesby said Simmons moved to Arkansas from six years ago because he had been charged with sexually abusing his Records In the 12th New Mexico Judicial District show Simmons was charged with three counts of and that the charges were dismissed the newspaper Former District Attorney Steven Sanders of 13 miles southwest of said Simmons fled the state after being in the El Paso Times reported Sanders confirmed that Sheila was the alleged Incest and said she was about 16 years old and preg nant when the charges were Nesby said the family believes Simmons fathered Sylvia Sheila was identified Tuesday as one of the five found dead Monday in Simmons She was killed along with Sylvia her hus Dennis 23 the suspects 23yearold son William Simmons and his Renada Sim Besides those found dead Tuesday included a son and three daughters who had been living at Simmons home in the Plea sant Grove community about 13 miles north of Russellville 17 14 11 and authorities Two children found stuffed in gar bage bags In car trunks were 21 monthold Michael McNulty and William Simmons 20 authorities Nesby said Simmons physically abused his but Simmons would not leave Wilma Simmons of whose exhusband Ronald Gene Sim mons of San and daughter were found dead told the El Paso newspaper her former fatherinlaw was a She said he often stayed In his bedroom alone to avoid contact with his and when she met him during a twoweek vacation In Arkan sas In she was the only person In the house he would talk Simmons maintained a silence under questioning by police but spoke to courtappointed defense The dead in Mondays shooting spree were Kathy a 24 yearold legal secretary said to have spurned Simmons and 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