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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 23, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2H&ak3-Z$ttung, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, August 23, 1991 Weather Water Watch Comal River...........................................197    (up    10) Edwards Aquifer.............................623.23    (up    .05) Canyon Lake outflow...........................184    (up    18) Canyon Lake Inflow...............................89    (up    18) Canyon Lake level..........................903.05    (up    .04)South Texas forecasts TODAY-SATURDAY: Partly cloudy through Saturday with scattered mostly afternoon and evening showers or thunderstorms mainly south central and southeast Texas. Brief locally heavy rain possible. Highs Saturday in the 80s immediate coast, around 107 Rio Grande plains, 90s to near IOO elsewhere. Lows tonight in the 80s immediate coast, 70s inland. SUNDAY—TUESDAY: Hill Country and South Central Texas, partly cloudy with widely scattered showers or thunderstorms each day. Lows in the 70s. Highs in the 90s. Texas Coastal Bend, partly cloudy. School start may stall local tourism Purr-fect pet With her broken front paw now healed, this 5-month-old seal* point Siamese would make a playful, loving addition to the right home. The female cate and other pets can be adopted for a fee at the New Braunfels Animal Shelter, 1920 Kuehler Ave. The fee — $48 for a female and $43 for a male — includes rabies and four- or sixway vaccinations, worming and the surgical fee for altering the pet. Shelter hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday and noon to 5 p.m. Thursday. (Photo by Annelies Schlickenrieder) Woman convicted on cocaine charge The National Weather Service forecast calls for a 30-percent chance of afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms on Saturday. As usual this summer. Saturday should see partly cloudy skies with a high temperature in the 90s and a low in the 70s. East winds at IO mph are predicted. Sunday through Tuesday, the forecast calls for partly cloudy skies with slight chances of widely scattered afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms. Highs will be in the 90s and lows in the 70s. Jim Scheele, director of the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce’s Convention and Visitors Bureau, said this weekend should bring some what fewer than the average 20,000 daytime and overnight visitors during summer non-holiday weekends, mostly due to the start of school. But the Labor Day weekend should still be strong as far as tourism, he said. Total bureau tourism contacts by telephone and in person averaged about 300 per day earlier this week, down from the average SOO during the summer peak. The New Braunfels Mexican-Amcrican Heritage Society’s Fiesta Historica is scheduled for Saturday night and Sunday afternoon at the New Braunfels Civic Center. See complete details in today’s newspaper.Two held for money laundering By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer Two New Braunfels men remain in the Wackenhut federal correctional facility in San Antonio after being arrested Thurglay afternoon on federal warrants by agents of the Internal Revenue Service criminal investigation division, the Drug Enforcement Administration, and the New Braunfels Police Department on charges of money laundering and conspiracy to launder unlawful money, said New Braunfels Police Chief CR. “Dick” Headcn. Alan Kanz, 44, of the 600 block of Loop 337 and Joseph San to re, 60, of Route 6 were charged with four counts each of money laundering and one count each of conspiracy to launder unlawful money, Headen said. “This was the result of a lengthy investigation,” Headen said. Both suspects were arrested on federal warrants issued by a federal judge out of San Antonio and will be arraigned before a federal magistrate in San Antonio Friday. “It was a money laundering scheme,” Headcn said. “There were IRS criminal agents involved that were concerned with a subterfuge to keep the IRS from finding out for tax reasons.” By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer A New Braunfels woman was convicted of felony possession of a controlled substance, cocaine, under 28 grams in the courtroom of U.S. District Court Judge Fred A. Moore, said Bill M. Reinter, Comal County District Attorney. Anita R. Ybarra, 39, of the 200 block of McGaugh Ave. was referred for further investigation by probation authorities after the conviction to determine an appropriate sentence. Sentencing is scheduled in three weeks, Reinter said. Officers of the New Braunfels Police Department executed a search warrant March 2, 1991 on the McGaugh Ave. house. A officers entered, Ybarra ran down the hallway and Officer Mike Rust of the New Braunfels Police Department saw her throw down a cigarette pack. In the pack, police discovered four sealed, triangular “comer-baggies” which field-tested positive for cocaine, Reinter said. Tests at the Bexar County lab confirmed that the substance was cocaine. Testimony at the trial indicated that the triangular baggies with small quantities of drugs are a usual way that street dealers normally drugs for sale, Reinter said. A supply of baggies was found in the bedroom and a scale, a mirror with traces of cocaine, razor blades, forceps and other drug paraphernalia were found by police in an adjacent bathroom. Reinter said. Stammtisch Continued from Pag* 1 this Saturday and Sunday will feature a coronation dance Saturday night and a day full of events on Sunday. Sunday’s events, beginning at noon, will include a heritage exhibit, mariachis, food and drink booths, a folkloric ballet, and a second dance later that afternoon. Admission is free. For more information, contact Guadalupe or Josie Castillo at 625-4136. Business counselor The Small Business Development Center counselor will be available Tuesday, Aug. 27 at the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce. The counselor from the University of Texas at San Antonio School of Business spends at least one day each month at the Chamber office counseling individuals who ase seeking business information. The service, which is free and confidential, offers information for small businesses and individuals considering starting a business. Hours for the counseling are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. To make an appointment call the Chamber office at 625-2385. CIMA anniversary CIMA Cub is sponsoring a free dance for the public Sept. I in celebration of the club's 25th anniversary. Thrifty changes The Teen Connection Thrift Shop will hold its grand reopening and summer clearance sale Saturday. To have an item listed in Siam-mas ck, contact Janine Green or Stephanie Ferguson at 625-9144. Submissions should be of community interest but not commercial in nature. County Continued from Peg# I nightmare for people trying to figure out where to vote.” Casteel said. “This isn’t forcing anybody to do anything, but it’s an idea to work in the spirit of cooperation to assist the voters by having a single spot where they can vote rather than having to take a sack lunch and spend all day going from polling place to polling place,” she said. Voting consolidation is a long-term goal that will require communications with the U.S. Justice Department, she said. Elected officials received many complaints from voters who sometimes had to stop at three different polling places in the Aug. IO city, school board and state constitutional amendment elections. Correction The historian of the New Braunfels Mcxican-Amcrican Society was misidentified in the column Marie*! Kitchen, a feature of Wednesday’s New Braunfels Herald-Zeiiung. Serving as historian is Zcnaida Suarez. Also, Mmy San Miguel, Gloria De La Cards, Christine Zavala and Honensia Hernandez are members of committees, not officers in the organization. The Herald regrets the error. of UCKLOAD Sealy Greenbrier or Serta Posture Quilt Full 04. pc. $109.99 Queen 2 pc set $299.99 King 3 pc. set $399.99 80 350/379 69 991* STARTING AS LOW AS TWIN Ea. Pc. r Sealy Classic Rest of Serta Posture Quilt Firm Full ea. pc. $149.99 pc $149.99 Queen 2 pc set $399.99 King 3 pc set $499.99 ta. Pc 80 341/381 'jSt; Sealy Century or Serta Posture Quilt Extra Firm Sealy Posturepedic or Serta Perfect Sleeper Full ea. pc. $199.99 Queen 2 pc set $499.99 King 3 pc set $649.99 80 362/382 99 TWIN Ea. Pc. 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