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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 10, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Weather Water Watch Comal River...........................418 cfs (same) Canyon Lake inflow.................... 279    cfs (down 9) Canyon Lake outflow ...................71 cfs (same)* Canyon Lake level.....................903.01    (up    .06) Edwards Aquifer.................... 627.90    (down OI) *At the request of the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority the dam gates are closed and GBR A 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 SOI TH TKA AS Generally sun ny mild through Friday Fair and cool tonight Highs 70s north and east to HOS south Lows near 40 Hill Country to near 60 along the lower coast NORTH TRAAS Mostly clear with mild afternoons through Friday Highs 65 to 72 Lows tonight lower 40s WEST TEXAS Mostly fair through Friday Lows tonight 30s except near 40 along the mer Highs Friday mid 60s north to around TO South Plains and far west to the mid 70s Concho \ alley and Permian Basin and near Ho along the Rio Grande Extended Forecasts Saturday—Monday SOUTH TEXAS Fair and mild Saturday Increasing clouds Sun day Cloudy w ith a chance of rain most sections Monday Colder Sunday md Monday Lows Satur day and Sundae fr, rn the 40s north to the 50s south .His Hill Count re Lows Monday from the 30s north to the 4Us south Highs .Saturday from the 70s north to the nos south Highs Sundae from the bos north to the 70s south, cooling to the jus north to the tins south on Monday NORTH TEXAS Fair and mild Saturda> turning cloudy and col der Sunday and Monday Daytime highs in the upper *os to low 60s Saturday dropping to the 4os by monday (Kemight lows in the up per *os to low 4os Saturday dropp mg to the low 2»»s to low ;tois by Monday VS FST TEX AS Fair and mild far west Saturday Otherwise »ur mng much colder Saturday through Monday with mostly cloudy skies east of the mountains and partly cloudy far west Panhandle, high- 4os Saturday mostly uis Sunday and Monday Lows 2us dropping to mostly teens by Monday south Plains highs 40s Saturday Jos Sunday and .Monday Lows near JO Satur da\. mid teens to mid ins Sundae and Monday Permian Basin and Concho Valley. highs 50s Satur daw mostly 40s Sunday and Mon day Lows ;JOs Saturday. 20s Sunday and Monday Far West. highs 60s Saturday. 4os Sunday and Monday Low s 30s, dropping to 2i)s by Monday Big Bend, highs 60s mountains to 70s along Rio Grande Saturday cooling to 40s mountains and 50s along Rio Grande by Monday Lows mid 2t»s mountains to mid :t0s along Rio Grande, cooling to teens mourn tams and 20s lower elevations by Monday Texas Dense fog covered the Coastal Bend early today, reducing v lsibility to one 16th of a mile and prompting the National Weather Service to issue a dense fog ad visors- The fog was creating hazardous conditions for both drivers and marine interests in the Corpus Christi Forecasts called for continued pleasant weather across all of the state through Friday Fair skies pleasant daytime temperatures cool nights and dry conditions were forecast statewide Lows tonight will tie mostly in the 40s. ranging from near free/ mg in the Panhandle to the upper Sos in the Lower Rio Grande \ alley Highs Friday will tx* mostly in the 60s and 70s. ranging upward to the HOS in extreme South Texas and near Ho in the Big Bend area of southwest Texas Except for the area of dense fog the state had clear skies and no precipitation was reported at dawn today Early morning tempertures were mostly in the Jos and 40s ranging from the 2os in the Panhandle and the higher “leva tions of the Trans Pecos area of Southwest Texas to the 50s and 60s in extreme South Texas Ex tremes ranged from '27 at Amarillo to 64 at Corpus C hristi Officials investigating Amarillo ISD office fire AMARILLO AP The fire mar shal was investigating the cause of an early morning fire today that destroyed the administrative offices of the Amarillo Independent School District officials said The fire department received a call about I JO a rn . and the blaze was under control by 5 5 am. said Amarillo firefighter Mark Hanke He said the budding and its con tents were destroved and only a few Stammtisch Continued (rom Page I A Lela Mae h lelds of .Seguin grand secretary-treasurer of the Order of the Sons of Hermann in Texas will represent the Grand laxtge satur day at the annual Christmas party sponsored by the Spring Branch Hermann sons Family Lodge No 127 Beginning at 5 p rn the event will be held at the Start/ Party Room at Startzvilte. said lodge president Gloria Gass The Christmas and New 5 ear holiday season w ill mean a break from school and work for students and employees of the Comal ISO Employee participation exterior walls were left standing The building stood on its own block so no adjacent buildings were damaged Hanke said The office building housed all the school district s administrative operations, including the superinten dent s office, personnel and school records, said Amarillo High School principal David Cargill He said he did not know the cause of the blaze The lust day of school will be [>ec IH All schools will have early release that day with students be mg dismissed an hour and a halt earlier than normal School buses Alii observe the same early schedule Classes will resume Jan 4 The Central Office will tx* closed I lee 23, 24 25 30 and JI and Jan I The Tax Office will be closed Dei 23 . 24 . 25 and Jan I Office hours al the tax office for Dei 28 through 31 will tx* from Bam to 4 p rn All employees will report back tor a regular work schedule on Jan 4 For the month of January , the Tax Office will he open from 7 30 a rn to 5 p rn Monday through Friday John J. Curtis Is Pleased To Announce The Opening Of His Office For The Practice Of Law 260 No. Casten New Braunfels 625-3443 Call For An Appointment tat*  ^ ^ TXI Cement Company employees have donated $5 OOO to the Coma! County Community Fund Drive rn an employee participation program with the money raised through donations matched by management Approximately 150 area businesses participated in the program to help ComFund raise funds to assist 21 non profit local agencies The Community Fund drive will continue through Christmas (Photo by Deryl Clark). Summit makes progress but no breakthroughs WASHINGTON AP Soviet leader Mikhail S Gorbachev met with Vice President George Bush at the Soviet Embassy today near the end of a three day White House sum mit that has produced progress but no breakthroughs on sticky super power issues Gorbachev was heading for the White Housi* and his final scheduled discussions with President Reagan after meeting with Bush and then having breakfast with the vice presi dent and other American guests Bush spent more than 2o minutes alone with the general secretary of the Soviet Communist Party Bush declined to say whether he thought any agreements were possible by the end of the summit, beyond the treaty signed Tuesday banning intermediate range missiles You can I predict until we get to the meetings this morning he said "I'm trying to keep expec ta lions under control " Gorbachev asked whether he would end the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan said "I think it s possi hie but you need two people A soviet aide broke in to >*«> It takes two to tango Arms control and Afghanistan are high on the agenda for the three day summit As Reagan and Gorbachev resum ed personal diplomacy they awaited word from aides on whether there was sufficient progress toward a "<• cond arms control agreement to an ticipate a 19KH Moscow summit in the closing months of Reagan s presider! cy We set* a little progress here and there but they are tough issues said Secretary of State George P Shultz who is flying to Brus"«*is tonight to brief NATO allies Bush’s presence at the embassy and his decision to invite prominent residents of Iowa and New Ramp shire to the breakfast produced cries of foul from some of his rivals for tin Republican presidential nornina Hon who said he was using the sum nut to further his political ambit ions An aide to Sen Robert I Me K Fan said it was "blatantly political tor Bush to invite his New Hampshire campaign chairman ami two Iowans to sit down with Gor baches Both states provide critical early tests in the presidential battle Bush s presence at the embassy and ins decision to invite prominent residents of Iowa and New Ramp shire to the breakfast produced cries of foul from some of his riv als (or the IfMitt Republican presidential no rn ma Hon who said he was using the sum mit to further his political ambitions Sen Robert Dole R Kan said it was "blatantly political’' for Bush to invite his New Hampshire campaign chairman and two Iowans to sit down with Gorbachev Both slates provide critical, early tests in the presider! Hal battle Bush is the only GOF contender to endorse* the arms control treaty that Reagan and Gorbachev signed on Tuesday He has said he looks tor ward to further accords on conv en tarnal arms chemical weapons and reducing the long range nuclear missiles stockpiled bv the super powers Those weapons were the subject of rotund the scenes talks bet^wi the soviet and American arms experts Shultz said today there is general agreement (or the* two leaders to meet in Moscow next year but only it there are assurances that something important is to be done Interviewed on ABC TV s Good Morning America show shuJtz said he expects talks to begin early next year on reducing the soviet ad vantage in conventional force" in Europe TIK* summit atmosphere has tx*en good but there s been scant evidence of solid achievement Both leaders referred to progress in their toasts at a state dinner given tty tm* soviets on Wednesday night but Gorbachev added In some areas vie remain tar apart Gorbachev > meeting with Bush ~nd others marked a continuation ot his three day campaign to sit down with Americans of different in terests Reagan plann«*d to make a na bonally broadcast speec h from the oval Office at y p in FST ammi an hour after Gorbachev returns to Moscow to report on summit achievements Lawsuit Continued from Page- IA Th fc* Hamptons lied and exec tm* city md counc il members «. the now spaper spec I, (rom are seeking .piary damages viduaily named itv officials and Public Records District Clerk Civil f ihngs Franklin Rite damages Jr vs Kim (.nor ATTENTION FARMERS-RANCHERS Kiltie Petroleum Wholesale Distributor of Phillips 66 and Texaco Petroleum Products. Gasoline, Diesel Fuel. Kerosene and Lubricants. Now serving New Braunfels and Comal County area. We Deliver Call 333-2510 Radar Divorces Robert and Ronda < ampheil Brenda E and Richard Possum Susan and Haul Hoehn Susan and Terry Brooks T eresa M and Terry J Hand John Paul and Betty Larose Fe koto Cynthia Ann and Ronald Gary Funkhouser Florence and Ricardo Trev ino Jincy Kaye and Rein* V asquez Continued from Page 1A t x*c a use of its central location bet ween San Antonio and Austin and because it is clear of ground c lutter Doppler is capable of detecting early cyclonic cloud movement wind shear and heavy rainfall amounts It has tm* capability of giving a warm mg of 2u minutes or more that cond! turns exist for tm* formation of large tornadoes and tan .sum- it employs a smaller beam than other radar sy stems detects many small tunne ls that often go unnoticed The area currently relies on a radar system with World War ll type equipment loc ated in Hondo Comal County Civil Defense Coordinator Herb Sering said the Hondo system rarely picks up severe weather in this area other South I ex a" sites selected (or deployment of NEX RAD art Laughlin Air Force Bas* near Iv Rut Corpus Christi and Brownsv lite Election providing pc improving c tm* school dis families New Braunfel with a large Hispanic resit' directly from tm tion I which inc! to improve trait star It we look a' issue from the mg the high st Hi spanu the att) against ourseivi we would m It v lew i edilio He added it dive nims. VS. tx* in butut? dc much that t we I in tile Uu. ■un W i o take improve teac tiers NBlsD teachers tage of s<'rn ail di i edtlk bond is: c re J se teacm*r the th* in tm* nut and a he pere et s (.cr less minority [strict J said that ut* may ma tm* numb . w ith tm- ?eel tm* s •nil adc classroom element a district will need to h fe at tiers HOFF mem tx* re banks before the el< provide transport at u im* polis saturday transportation to tm* poll 62t* 5877 Appraisal Continued from Page A the Hie Continued from Page IA appraisal district and has improved the districts relations with the public A year ago. the appraisal district was under fire from the public because of an effort to build new CAD offices Since then the appraisal district has moved out of a privately owned building into the top floor of the New Braunfels ISD Education Center at 430 W Mill St "•The appraisal district has just become a (ar more efficient opera Hon and Rhodes has been able to do this without going outside of the budget." Dav id said "We're getting more utilization out of the computer system than before and the way he handled objections to evaluations he cl id ii t put all that on the review board but tried to handle what he could by explaining the pre* cess to pt*ople "He also saved the district money All of this t done just by him but was done with tm* help of tm* staff The people within the CAD staff seem to have direction now Before thay seemed to N* flounder mg and dutn t seem to know just what to do David added My    personal    feeling    is that Richard Rhodes ha- done tin* jots we asked him to do and that was to i lean up the office and improve public rcla tunis    the tioard chairman    "aid    lh* added    that sine*    Rhodes    l«x>k    the chief appraiser s job the district ha" had to make fewer corrections on the tax appraisal roll" Before the CAD executive sessio public co proposal ik ork mn that tort rd wen W< intl av an heard Rhode reg. Fr, I’ IMfWsMTUl bsf antu! 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