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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Weather Water Watch Comal River...........................418    cfs (same) Canyon Lake inflow...................288    cfs    (down 13) Canyon Lake outflow...................71    cfs    (down I)* Canyon Lake level.....................902.95    (up .04) Edwards Aquifer....................627    91    (down OI) ‘At the request of the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority, the dam gates are closed and GBRA has begun pumping water over the dam through its newly constructed pipeline The U S Corps of Engineers office at Canyon Dam is an official collection point for recyclable aluminum cans donated to help save the Battleship Texas a veteran of two World Wars that is now rusting away in dock Take beverage cans to the corps office between 8 a rn and 4 30 p rn Monday through Friday For more information, call I 800 64 TEXAS Forecasts    to mid 60s Friday cooling to tho St>1 TH TK\ AS Sunny north to    Unver b> Sunday partly cloudy south this afternoon,    VV KST I FAAS Mild Friday fair skies and cold tonight Partly    turning colder Saturday and Sun- cloudy Thursday Highs this after    da> Generally dry throughout the noon 70s north and upper 70s to 80s    period Panhandle, highs around south Lows tonight 30s Hill Coun-    m Friday, cooling to mostly 40s try. otherwise 40s north to 50s    Saturday and Sunday. Lows near south Highs Thursday near 70 to    To cooling to near 20 South Plains. mid-70s north and mid-70s to mid-    blkbs 60s b nday cooling to 40s by 80s south    Sunday Low s mid 30s. cooling to NORTH TEXAS Mostly sunny    m,d ->0s Permian Basin and Con through Thursday with highs mid-    cbo V alley highs 60s Friday, cool- 60s to near 70 Fair tonight with    to 50s Saturday and Sunday lows mid-30s to lower 40s    Lo* s mid sos cooling to upper 20s WEST TEXAS: Mostly sunny    Far West, highs 60s Friday cool through Thursday, clear and cold    in£ 10 tbe ">0s b> Sunday Lows tonight Highs this afternoon mid-    nfar 10 m,d -Us Pend highs 50s north, near 60 far west. mid-    Friday near 60 mountains to near 60s southwest mountains Per    ,u along the Rio Grande cooling mian Basin and Concho Valley    about IO degrees by Sunday Low s and mid-70s along the Rio Grande    m,d mountains to mid 30s Lows tonight mid-20s Panhandle    along the Rio Grande cooling into near 30 South Plains Permian    the 2os by Sunday Basin and far west mid His Concho Valley, and near 40 along the    Texas river Highs Thursday    mainly 60s    A cold    trout stretched across in except near Ho along the Rio    South Texas from near Beaumont Grande    to near IX»1 Rio this morning, with Extended Forecasts    foK and low clouds along the Friday—Sunday    ^'a'ns    " „ ,    Meanwhile to the north of the SOI 111 I EXAS Generali) fair    c0|^ front, high pressure was skies < ooler on Sunday Lows    budding over North Texas the Friday and Saturday from the 4os    Nat,0nal Weather Service said north to the .>••> south Hit!    ( lH,| drN a,r antj C[ear skies were I ountry Lows SLinda) trom the    over most of North and West 3os north to the 4<>s south near 50    Texas extreme south Highs    h ridav and    Early    morning temperatures Saturda) trom the'ins north to the    were generally in the 20s and ’.os Tits south Highs Sunday from the    ou>r West Texas in the tos and ads north to the 60s south near 70    m over North Texas and In the extreme south    and jou ^ts over South Texas NOR 111 TEXAS No precipita    Kxtremes at 4 am were 25 tion expected yyith generally lair    degrees at Amarillo and Marfa skies Turning colder Saturday    and M tk.*ret,s at the (orpu> and Sunday Lows will be in tin*    Christi Naval Air Station mid k»s to low 40s I* ndaycooling    Other    temperatures before to Hie mid 2"s to mid 3us on Sun    dawn included 43 at Fort Worth 16 day Highs will be in the upper Sos    at Wichita Falls 31 at Midland Ranger. Continued from Page t a accomplished since I ye been on tm> large sign on the river telling tubers that glass bottles are prohibited on the river Board member Dale Raben said Tuesday s recommendations were • the most encouraging thing we’ve board “ Parks Director David Whatley said the recommendation to appoint a river ranger with law enforcement authority would be presented to coun cd Jan l l Public Records District Clerk Civil Filings LAR Properties a Texas partner ship vs Richard Harrison dba liar nson Construction Co breach of contract Cypress Lake Garden Property Owners Association vs David Gar cia breach of deed restriction Cypress Lake Garden Property Owners Association vs Tina Rios breach of deed restriction Rebecca Martinez vs Victor Martinez Jr protective order Nancy J Cunningham vs Dennis W Pinkston protective order Nancy Cunningham vs Pamela Board Daniels protective order County Court At Law Convictions Judge Ron Prichard Juan < orrea Gonzales Route 2. Box 652AA lait lo New Braunfels Publicity. Grant Continued from Page IA groups within the city The majority of the presentations have been to small groups gathered for coffee at neighbors’ home The superintendent said the most common questions asked in regard to the bond issue concern why the school district doesn’t propose a larger issue to make way for an ticipated growth Bradbury and Curtis have both said another bond issue will be needed within the next three or four years to provide for future expansion However, con sidering New Braunfels’ present economic situation, the men said they chose to support a bond issue for immediate needs only The proposed $3 95 million tnind issue would provide funds for a new elementary school to relieve crowding at Memorial Primary School which is at capacity The primary school continues to register new students daily Next year students at the school will begin eating lunch at IO:40 a rn to allow all students to use the school’s only Obituaries DVM Sine fine IO days jail served weekends Larry Richard Jackson PO Box 331 spring Branch terrorist ii threat 180 days jail probated six months 1500 fine Jeffrey Joseph Morris 725 Ottawa Way. San Antonio. DW1 $35o fine 6o days jail probated two years Morris Herbert Juarez 24u N VS est End New Braunfels DW I driver s license suspended one year to days jail served on weekends Hector Hernandez 1605 Heather Lane New Braunfels. DWL $100 fine 60 days jail probated two years Vinton Jay Andrews; 4604 Wood Stove No 4 Austin, DW I $3oo fine Ho days jail probated two years Roscoe L Kile 308 Kings Crown, San Antonio DW I motion to revoke probation 60 days jail. driver’s license suspended one year cafeteria The bond issue also would fund new classrooms at Seele Elementary School and New Braunfels High School Improvements are planned to increase safety and relieve traffic congestion at Lone Star Primary School Improvements at Lone Star also would eliminate the need for teachers to escort, or in some cases carry, children to cars during rain Poor drainage in the Lone Star and West End area compound traffic pro biems at the school because water stands in the streets Also included in the bond issue is funding for 13 new classrooms along with restrooms and corridors at the high schixil The addition to the school, if approved by voters, would have a foundation capable of sup porting a second story which could In* added later Proposition 3 includes $195,oho tor property acquisition NB1SD trustees have said the property would likely be purchased in the districts south side to make way for future school needs Thomas H. Beels Thomas H Beels. 86 of New Braunfels died Dec 9.    1987 at Kirkwood Manor The family will receive friends at their home from 4 to 6 p rn Thursday Beels was born \pril 28 190! in Port Arthur to Herman Hendrick and Mary nee Lamb Beels lh* married Ann Belle Greene on May 5 1926 Kansas City Mo Beels was a retired right-of-way agent with Trans Con tinental Pipe Line He was a member of New Braunfels Presbyterian Church New Braunfels Elks Lodge and Neyy Braunfels Newcomers Club A graduate of Wentworth Military Academy at Lexington Mo Heel** also attended the I mversity of Missouri at Columbia Mo Survivors include his wile Ann Belle Beels of New Braunfels two sons Thomas William Heels of N«*w Braunfels and Herman Hendru k Sandy K**els of Houston one brother I leonard Beels of Merritt Island Fla three grandchildren and five great grandchildren Memorials may tn* given to the American Heart Association or the Flk s Crippled Children s Hospital Eugene L. Meyer Eugene L Meyer Hr of Missior Drive died Dee 7 1987 .»• Humana Hospital san Antonio Seniles were at lo a rn Wednesday at the Church in the A alley with the Rey Mark Simpson officiating Buna was m Fischer ( emetery Meyer was born Jan 2*    *    *>! sr. Austin to Thee Philip and Antoni* nee Von Boeckmann Meyer He married \ iv tan la-** Penney on July 19    1939 in san Antonio \ New Braunfels resident since ! ♦«*< Meyei was a retinal creamery operator and rancher He worked in the creamery business for 20 years and started Comal Creamery in New Braunfels A charter member of ’fie Church in the \ alley Meyer was a mason and was a member of the shrine!s Ben Hur Temple and Austin lanlge No 12 for more than no yt-ars Fie also was a member of the Canyon Lake shrine Club survivors include his wife Vivian Meyer of New Braunft s on# daughter .Anne Bright well of Lake Jackson one brother Thee Meyer Jr ol Austin tout grandchildren and IO great grandchildren Memorials may In* made to the Church in the Valley Services were under the direction of Deep pense h rn id t Funeral Home Continued from Page IA hoped to use grant monies available to purchase a computer w ith substan Dally greater capacity in planning for the department ’s future “Most grants approved by the GJD have been for less than the amounts requested simply because of a limited amount of funds.’’ explained IXmg Richnell. an aide to State Sen Judith Zaffirini d) Laredo “Some (who requested grant assistance are not getting anything and those who are aren't getting everything they asked for ’ “The demands and updating made Homespun_ Continued trom Page I A Hon said Barbara Ketchum center director for the developmental pro gram I'ntil Meyer made his dona lion the program had only one small support chair That chair cost $175 and the program had no way of buy mg more “I enjoyed making them It <x cupied my time " said Meyer whose daughter was born with spinal bifda a problem which leaves victims without control of their limbs Meyer spends much of his time working w ith disabled children He is a Shnner and helps transport children to medical facilities Now that I’m retired I have time to work w ith them a little more he --aid Homespun formerly known a*, the IH*velemental Program for Infants obsolete what we had after about two years.” said Public Information Officer Martin Mayer of the depart ment’s present computer system “We never really anticipated the demands we have put on it ” The new system sought would enable all calls for emergency ser vice in New Braunfels to Ive received at one number similar to a 911 emergency number program It would direct the call for service to the proper department for dispat ching and store valuable mforma tion. such as calls previously made to the same locution and Toddlers is a government pro gram which works with children up to 3 yours old who have some type of disability Ketchum said the chairs donated by Meyer give children supjmrt and keep their spines aligned allowing them to UM* their upper body The standing frame Meyer made is a step between the support chairs and walkers she said Children can stand in the frame holding onto the sides while they work or play The center director said that of the 25 children in tho program for children with disabilities about seven will use either the support chairs or the standing frame The wonderful thing utxiuf having so many chairs Ketchum said is that families can take thorn homo and work w ith their children Discount Furniture MERRY ■HMSTMAS * %»    CAMI!    V FAMILY SALE Large Recline f or V Heavy Duty Bunk Beds 188 OO _ I A 4 r Bedding Eitra I “Where your neighbors are buying their furniture Mon M » JO 6 OO    Maw*    T/\    M'.rt    6*8 8 rtjlnu' SJI IO 00-4 OO    llCXI    I U    h-Man    Wjlnut Square GRANZIN’S MEAT MARKET £=.*    McQueeney Rd. 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