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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfelser digs in Belize, Part one, Page 7 New Braunfels >1V Vol 134 No 154 New Braunfels Herald Pub* * • j 7(’. h id St New Brain this I exas 78130 (LISPS 377-800) Tuesday August 11 1987 25 Cents One Section 10 Pages Stammtisch Effective this coniine Sunday we will have television logs in bigger type The change i" rn response to reader comments that the '> 5 point letters couldn t be read bv other than someone using a magnifying glass Several seniors including one ol boy by the name Carlos AAeiss who called to convey his belief that seniors watch television more than other people we should do something uiKHit the problem Well we did \nd Sunday's Mont a fir set lion will see the beginn mg of larger tv}** for television logs Tht" comes from a Ca donna lady On Thursday Ju y 22 I was in your lovely town drtv mg through on my wav to meet a frt end sn San Marcos Just as I was al MHI I ICI on the trouwav ti*.at won (I taler me north to San man os I " Miffa lit th* dog going up th* on r amp He was trotting alongside c ai" looking inquisitively at the drtvi *rs and heading for certain door t (rn * h*> freeway So I stopped am! picked Kin t ii , I III 11 After being unable to in lite hts owner" by camassmg tt ie neightnirhood I loaded it tis up anc took him with me It w as tm* la?*1. to find the dog pound op en arui !#* mg unsure of your city policy attorn "elling strays to r laboratories I was reluc tan! to turn him over lo th** police since then I have retu rued to my home in southern *'atilt ms a and Angus the name I ve g \ en him -erins to bk** st well **tH sigh for a vim! He really wants u UP fl-onir And I d really ak** to caitiff* him a lib h " OW fief " I * ave im ou n animals and intended t« k him onlv long enough to fin* his home or p...« ........... .. .... .. els*- AngU" is s "mall mal breed probably dat bsh und terrier He " a nisi *, red color v nth wtrey fur He was found with a leather New Braunfels ha" Peon strut k bv webworms out to homestead rn th*' city tFees and oh what an unsightly web ti While webworm^ predict ate us Ne-1- 1 Bexar County hor*:, ulttinst said the pc mg more problem" tor that county s pc owner" this year than in recent years lanai nursery owner Bot) Pueharzina today that he has heard numerous com webworms from local pecan tree ownei a look at Walnut Street and von can "ts Pat har/tiui owner of the Plant ilaus on t they Ii he "aid Mi nv of »uf Ult I Wet. nit' react need the nuts (ti an* I would t** grateful it you » ould publish thi" letter or write .u article at tout the Ut Ie* lost tog who* ame all tin- wav to * aliform a I know Vegas w dl appreciate it too I et s get Vngus I ac K home ! ta* letter n signed t v Mar y Nit I Hlliald la*w ■ s a tto g'v es hta a t dress as 440 • Kismghth Head Mf ac urn a * alif * too I and fit'? phone* manlier as hik .**I 4K2h » omul t • >unt v hinter gem y Children s sh«*!tei continue" to ai «opt appt ic at Mins for a "belter dire** tor Applicants should fiavt* a masters degt**♦ rn social work or at least a bachelor s degiec rn a related fielct have experience in ad ministration and aide to u certified as a Im eiisod i fillet i ale center chi en tor Resumes "hould In* sent to Comal * cmnly Children *> Sheltei PO Box 5I UK J \i*w Braunfels Texas 78131 1682 V le w tiling" to lemeiubet Com Fund will t m* kic king clit the* I uh: hh drive* mhhi the Comal County l air is next month and we* will in* publishing die official maga/me for ttic* event and ( amal Independent Sc 'bool District will hold a public hearing and meeting to adopt it" 1UH7 KH budget Uglimmg at 7 to pm Monday Vug 24 at Frazier Flenient ary School 1441 I s hi Fast in New Braunfels Vny tax paver rn the distric t c lin par tic (pate Hot temps and sunny skies are forecast tor the* next several days with Hie high to day expected to reach IOO degrees I tie heat index br lugs today s temperature up to ll » so stay ileal the Ac There s a 20 percent chance that rain will cool things oft tonight with a low exacted of 75 Partly cloudy skies will prev ail tomorrow the Menu CLASSIFIED    8    IO COMICS    4    b CROSSWORD    3 DEAR ABBY    3 SPORTS    6 WEATHER    2 Hays County solons okay CISD deannexation drive B, SARAH OU Start Wrder Mav s t aunt v to i flange- tilt* I spring Hollow » IM) attame dens the* requ< verified that e state- guide I in* the education change Residents cl their c hildren Oops H* VS cement tutti t**e ! he t h I S Army corp" ot Engineer" in Fort Worth say" they tentatively plan to decrease the release from < ancon Dam to about I loo cubic feet per "<* cond as soon as this Friday pending a final decision by the* corps Dada" division office Release as of K a rn today was S.Ooo cfs with Canyon I,ake slowly dropping from a level of 015 or. fee** afiove mean sea level Conservation pool is you ms! If Dallas corps officials grant ap proval later today or tomorrow the news will be welcomed by New Braunfels and comal County rive? outfitter" and other bu"ine>" operators whose revenues have been adversely affected bv dangers both real an imagined as tourist trade has suffered before and after the men’ disaster at Comfort still business along the city operated turn* chute on the coma! River has burgeoned due to the relm lance of some v acationers to use Th» Guadalupe River The Corps of Engineers decision to drop the *> dun cfs plus release that has prevailed "ince heavy rains over the previous three month" brought the lake to jus* tieiow the uncontroll ed spillway level of 94 feet above sea level would assume no additional rainfall above the lake in the near future a spokeswoman for the Fort Worth office said V release of I one to I >00 cfs is considered safe tot most users and would ensure at lea"* the chance of a profitable Labor Day weekend pending drv weather through the holiday Terry Martin of White Water sports says her business has not put any equipment in the water since warnings to stay oft o* ’he water were issued Martin fee! she can still salvage a good Labor Day weekend “if we dont get anymore heavy rain upstream Martin said she wa" relieved to see thai the tropical depression did not make its w ay up this w ay John Guenzell of River Valley Campgrounds said the only activity h " past weekend was a guided rat! trip This ha" been the worst season since the drought of 84 to hit us as far as business is concerned Guenzell said Our campground business has also been hit hard as I would expect some ho percent loss there, which us See DAM Pap* 2 Bulverde EMS seeks $8,900 from county; requires volunteers if looks to /ne hk 1 both school districts are r' vc ting the oculi and educational benefits in n qaid to the economic benefits. I think if the would truly look at some of the social and economic benefits they would agree. Craig Payne Hays County commissioner m * I lab a bern* *on> riding buses back and (orth from Lisp > ho* • I tv Summerfield a spring Hollow resi Set DE ANNEX P«*gt 2 Bv TRAVIS E POLING Correspondent I he Bulverde Spring Branch emergency Medical Servile has re quested additional funds {rom the Comal County t ommissioner s Court to cover operating expenses for the remainder us is. 7 Du* emergency medical "erv ice in the Bulverde spring Branch area is expel lencmg a shortage in its budget f*ecause of expenses stemming I rom the lac x of qualified volunteers EMS officials said The requested $8.UUU would go fur paid employees ut the service who are tilling the daytime positions which are currently lacking volunteer" Die I- Ms contingency turn! ha" a > balance at this tune Ap preaching the court ten the needed monies was yet another way of trying to pull ourselves up by out own bootstraps said Pat Aguilar presi dent of ttu* FMs board A lawsuit Hied by the National Association 01 Counties against the I S Treasury Department for MKO million in withheld revenue sharing funds nationwide may net Comal County approximately s-7 into for community support use lf the federal government din*" not appeal the ruling in favor of tile counties bv b received \ug 18 the check wi w ithin the month County Judge Trod Clark sug gested that commissioner." could take Aguilar s request into con-"ideration and that >onu* of the return on the revenue sharing return possibly would go toward helping out the short-funded EMS \guilar says that the EMS is building up its membership and its volunteer stall but that the training takes time and money He says the future of tilt* EMS look" good ll the community can stay involved At this time he continued, the volunteers are what will make the difference and a regular paid staff in the daytime is just not feasible because the service does not generate enough call" during that time period Chief Appraiser Richard Rhodes told commissioners Monday of a line item transfer in Ult* Comal Appraisal District budget for the purchase of a new telephone system tor CAD s new home Mill Street The >7 5ou to purchase it« -ystei will come from the CAD contingency fund with board approval and (rom an excess in the data processing fund Approval of charges against the x va UUU cash allowance for the cour thous* renovation were granted County man's death is believed a suicide A 4 year old Comal County man apparently committed suicide Mon day evening in the bathroom ol his home in Sun A alley A lliage subdivi sigh located between I s ZHI and T M 3159 Pronounced dead at the scene by Justice of the Peace Harold Krueger was Jon Russell Kcerago His ad dress was given as Route 12. Box 708 His residence is located on >un A alley Drive According to reports he was employed by General Portland Cement Sheriffs deputies around 7 p rn were called to the residence by tinman's wife who ran to a neighbor s house w hen Everage t>egan I iring a shotgun into her car By the time deputies arrived Everage had gone back inside and in to a bathroom where deputies at first were unsure if he was still alive although they had suspected from what they had been told that he might have already shot himself He was found dead in the bathroom By preliminary aul ic a turns he put he a 357-caliber revolver to his head and fired one time Also found in the bathroom w as a 12 gauge shotgun used earlier by Everage \Ne are leaning toward suicid* though we are not making a final.nil mg pending an autopsy Krueger said this morning Everage s body was taken to Travis County medical examiner s offices tor autopsy Krueger said it was obvious from the inflicted wound that the revolver w as used in the man’s death Detective Dennis Koepp said details ol the incident are still sket chs today ai>out why tile man l>egan shooting his wife's car and what may have caused him to commit suicide He said investigators are still gather mg information Corps may drop Canyon release to 1,100 cfs soon Call ’em Hyphantria cunea or plain of webworms, but either way this year they abound, and while they don’t generally kill pecan trees, they’re .... ‘Absolutely horrendous1 From Staff anti Wire Report- Sr* .VE BWOR MS Paq*- I Ion t really know why they are worse I * 1 ant explaining that tin* ti* xar County Agricultural A 18 wheeled tractor trailer rig from Swift Transportation Co in Phoenix, Adz wasn t trying to play Atlas and hold up the overpass at Walnut and Interstate 35. the rig got stuck when the driver entered the underpass on the east side. which happens to be 25 feet high but he couldn t get out the west side which is 13 feet 4 inches high New Braunfels Police officers stopped traffic for the driver who backed out and took another route Police say the overpass warns drivers that the other side is lower (Photo by David May). ;