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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 2, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 Herald-Ze/fi/ng New Braunfels. Texas Thursday. July 2,1987 Weather Water Watch Comal River..................... 752    cfs (same) Canyon Lake inflow...........2,177 cfs (down 99) Canyon Lake outflow.......... 5,320 cfs (down 70) Canyon Lake level............. 936.75*    (down .60) Edwards Aquifer............... 629.67    (down .01) *Because of the high    lake    level,    Cranes Mill Park, Canyon Park and    Comal    Park    and all Corps of Engineers and Comal County boat ramps are closed. Forecast    Texas    weather SOUTH TEXAS: Some late night and early morning clouds Severe thunderstorms were with mostly sunny afternoons, possible through tonight across a Scattered thundershowers over vast area °f Texas as ample southeast. Highs from near 90 moisture mixed with upper level coast to near IOO along the lower disturbances, the National Rio Grande. Lows in the 70s.    Weather Serv ice said. NORTH TEXAS: A chance of Tht>    thunderstorms were thunderstorms over the area possible in North Texas, tonight and Friday. Lows tonight Southeast Texas and most of West in the low to mid 70s. Highs Friday Texas except extreme West in the mid to upper 90s.    Texas, forecasters said WEST TEXAS: Fair far west Severe thunderstorms, m-otherwise partly cloudy, very eluding one that spawned a tor-warm to hot with isolated to    nado    near Amarillo,    were widely scattered thunderstorms reported in the Panhandle during through Friday. Lows tonight mid ^e and early today. 00s mountains and Panhandle to At least three tractor-trailer mid 70s valleys of southwest, trucks and numerous cars were Highs Friday mid 90s mountains overturned Wednesday night and Panhandle to near IOO valleys when a tornado struck a small of Big Bend.    area east of Amarillo on In terstate 40, officials said. Extended Forecast    No    serious injuries    were Saturday Monday    reported, but the driver of one rrv*c r» . i a., truck, whose name was not SOL TEXAS. Partly cloudv available, was taken to Northwest and warm days with fair and mi d Texas „    , Anlarjllo u, nights. A chance of mainly private vehicle, authorities said. daytime thunder shown s east 'jnt. nian was M0j believed to be sections, l.ows near 70 Hill S(,noush jnjured Country to near BO along the coast    Carson (lount sherlff    Connle Highs rn the 90s except upper 00s Reed Mid Inotonst, alunk along Uh-upper coast and near IOO    ,,,    ,,w 2, miies lasl ol SUHuvTS'rrv w \|k'!)lal1    Amarillo reported a tornado tore VVES1 I EXAS: Mostly sunny alonBlhehi^wavaboutS:;t0p.m. and warm days and fair nights ,n add|tl(m ,(> ,de vehldes bVown with isolated afternoon and rf, ther(»dwavand overturned, a evening thunderstormsi possible. waler (ank was ,onl fron) „s Panhandle and South Plains. lno    carned    across    M0    and highs near 90 to mid 90s and lows |mo and wer    av mid to upper 60s. Permian Basin Kestaurant. Keedsajd. and Concho Valley, highs mid to    The    restaurant was    (ul| upper 90s. Ihiws upper 60s to lower ,ns ,h{. , but ,ank s mo wea 'i hl,<hS ,,l'd T 0 and tornadic winds did not cause near IOO and lows upper 60s to near ,0.Big Bend. taghs from Res’denLs 0, the panhand,e near 90 mountains to near IOO ,    c ...    . ...    .    .    . town of ( laude were without along the river. Lows from lower electn(,t for about (wo hours bos mountains to mid <0s on after winds downed some power p a    lines Wednesday night. NOHIH I TX AS. Mostly sunny, BasobaU-size hail was reported very warm days. Fair and mild at ,n some arPa t,f panhandle night. Highs in the 90s lx>ws in the |ate Wednesdav Os.    ‘    * ' I_ Public Records District Clerk Civil Filings Wendall and Sons Auto Rentals vs. Annette and Jim Hall, dba Cypress Industries Inc ; suit on bad debt American Motorists Insurance Co vs Douglas Brumfield; workman's compensation. Divorces Tina M. and Stephen J Boink County Clerk M.uriages Judy M Pizzini and Alvaro Espinosa. Sandra Ka> Keith and David lx*e Bol ners bach. Dorothea Dora Mitchell and W illiam Charles Welsch. T heresa Marron and Francisco J. Altamirano Marine Valdez Carabajal and Ray mond McKinnis. Jane Ann Hitchcock and John Edward Villanueva. Sandra Seller Tse hoepe and Edward Walter Stonehing. Terry Lynn Thompson and Robert Micheal Tuleya. Amber Dawn Wyiner and John Michael Heilmann. ObituariesMrs. R T. (Sadie) Brothers Mrs R T i Sadie» Brothers, 90, of New Braunfels, formerly of Marlin, died Wednesday morning at McKenna Memorial Hospital. Services will be at 2 p m. July 3 at Adams F uneral Chapel in Marlin witil the Rev. A A. Bratcher officiating. Burial will follow at Calvary Cemetery in Marlin. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Hays, she was born Sept 8, 1896 in the Stranger Community of Zuleina Valasquez Sanchez and Thomas lagunas County Court At Law Convictions Judge Run Prichard Jeffrey Lynn Francis; 2617 Thomas Road, Fort Worth: DWL $350 fine; 60 days jail probated two years. David Houston I .and; 17015 Barcelona. Friendswood; DWL driver's license suspended six months; .‘JO days jail concurrent with Galveston County conviction to be served there Richard William Thomas; 12330 Metric No. 7109, Austin; DWL loon fine; 60 days jail probated two years Christopher Lyn Albrecht; Rt I Box DAB, Marion; DWL $350 fine: 60 days jail probated two years Arraignments Justice of tfie Peace Precinct I Judge Harold Krueger William Arthur Thompson; aggravated assault with a deadly weapon; $5,000 bond Albert H. Medellin; burglary; $5,000 Ixind. Continued from Page 1 The debris on the body would not allow a clear view of tho clothing's details. Search parties composed of volunteers from Lackland and Randolph Air Force bases and Game Warden Neel F'theredge had been searching for I^mnon’s body since he went under in the swift current near the Highway 281 crossing of the Guadalupe Sunday afternoon. Searchers had called off their efforts Wednesday evening when they were notified by Comal County Sheriffs Department and told that a body had been found near Rebecca Creek by canoeists who Etheredge had told earlier in the day to be on the lookout for a body When they saw the legs sticking above the water they marked the spot with a T-shirt. The body was located at 8 14 p.m. Wednesday evening after bad weather in the area had caused the search for I .annon to stop for the night Spokesmen from Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home, where the hotly was taken, say the remains were sent Animals_ DERYL CLARK and LESLIE KRIEWALDT make pictures worth a thousand words in theHerald-Zeitung tntmuad from Page I Ritchie’s property, attacked the Thompson's dogs William Thompson reportedly confronted Ritchie, Jus family and the tenant a snort time later at Hill Country Store brandishing a pistol and rifle. According to Ritchie, several shots were fired before he was hit. Klliott said the Ritchies have vowed to place the dog on a leash upon its return Ritchie said earlier this week that he would probably Let rid of the animal. He was an his property and within his own right,” said Elliott, of the attack by the dog It is nullum -ut of the ordinary I've got a dog that would do the same thing He said Im* was familiar wilt) boti) the lunula*' dogs and said to his knowledge none had ever attacked people "I have got big problems wit!) pm k animals that are killing livestock and i make these dogs look bkt sissies,’’ he said He said die dog packs are roaming iii Un* Astro Hills area near Cranes Mill Road and Oblate and said it was a problem caused by people ‘ Someone has dumped a mother dog out there and she had pups Now they are about nine months odd and they are wild You can’t even get w ithin loo yards of them " F'lliott said he has found dead fawns and cattle as a result of vicious dug attacks, lh- said one group of pack dogs tore the tail off a mother cow . That is pretty bad news,” he said. When they find the dogs. Elliott said, they will try to catch the canines, but they will shoot them if necessary.DANDY early Thursday morning to Dr Robert Bocardo at the Austin Coroner’s office. The search for I .annuli was concentrated in the section of the Guadalupe River between Highway 281 and 311. The unidentified body was found nearly six and a half miles from that area. High waters along the Guadalupe River have claimed five lives since Feaster. One man drow ned in Canyon I-ake and another man who nearly drowned in the Lamia Lark pool June 24 is still in the hospital Alcohol and inattention to high water warnings along the river have been attributed to most of the drowning accidents The first drowning of the 1987 season occurred April 18 on Feaster weekend FVrnando Garcia, 31, of San Antonio. died in die Guadalupe River at Rivermont Park near Spring Branch He was attempting to cross the river with a cousin in a canoe when it capsized Both men reportedly liad been drinking They had life vests in their canoe but were not wearing them The next day. another San Antonio man, Ernest Mediola. 21, died ui Canyon Lake at Canyon Park He. too, had been drinking according to reports, and went into the water fully clothed and submerged. The body of Sherri Baker. 25, whose address was listed as White water Sports on F NI 306. was pulled from the Guadalupe River June I Her tube overturned in rough waters near the fourth crossing on River Road She was tubing with a group of people drinking beer On June ll, 2-year-old Ashley Mitchell wandered away from family members near their home on the Guadalupe River off Texas 46 just east of the city She fell into the rivet and died three days latei at a San Antonio hospital Victor Hajek, 39. a resident of River Gardens in New Braunfels nearly drowned June 24 in a bizarre accident at luanda Park jx*ol Ac cording to River Gardens administrator Dr I .arn Amo! W ed nesday, Hajek remains in a San Antonio hospital with complications although he is redried to la* ii. good condition Hajek suffers from a mental disorder and Ardo! s still not sure why Hajek went under Drownings this past week* claimed two more lives Schmuck, 39, of San Ant -nit the Guadalupe River in County just east of Boerne J when her tube went under where high waters left les* foot of space Hor tutu1 wedged under the ! ne. her death She had been tub! tile rain swollen river with <* of friends, despite Humeri rungs from lot a1 officials a [♦ending dangers of the nvcr Converse, is believed t drowned til Hit river neai Branch lh misst I ti« ; k near U S 281 and floated mi ohed three ti I K*i * Wednesdav aid he is suddenly md have .Sandra . died in Kendall laturdav Life Continued from P«»g« I Alexander is expected early next month to plead guilty to aggravated robbery charges ixia* and receive a six-year sentence in exchange for his testimony against CabeUo. Should that arrangement hold up. Alexander w ill hav e been giv en three six \ ear prison terms one each in Comae Bexar and Sue- es counties!, all to run concurrently and all for aggravated robbery New Braunfels [Milo e investigator Mark Bryan had testified during CabelUTs trial that one >pent cai tndge was found in the driveway V bail:'to > test1* were performed at the request of the polite depart merit Testimony did riot reveal which of the guniner actually shot Neely T he outcome was very disappointing,’ said court appointed defense attorney Mark Clark Wednesday “The jury gave hun exactly what Schroedei wanted They jury were mad at him and tfn v wanted I punish turn (’lark gave verbal notice of appeal to 2th th Stat* District Court Judge Ruljert I Pfeuftei allo aid he will file a written notice The case w mid t» Iw ani before Ilk* State ( our! of App als in Austin L I ~.    ____________ (lf Catndlo’s stat* nu tit who shot Neely. I i.irk • truth to that since the she t lark had tried ti sh< probably did not shoot \ had to col k his weapon ,e tho doorway He sucres?! gunman Neely was shot th** door But Schrocder refuted VV *• fiev cr ho I any * ’ gunman I don t think what CabeUo said is lr decision to appt a1 was payers footing th bill, < « About the decisions I Ca belk* ta kl the stand t defendant was given up; “You can only go back ai The defendant gets t was not my decision to g tile we Would have [ili a ti live witll the vel*lu t and Alexander w There tuav AACOG hosts workshop for working with kids The Alamo Area Council of Governments in cooperation with the Texas Department of Human Resources, will sponsor a workshop, “Issues rn Working with High-Risk Children," on Aug 14 .it the Holiday Inn Riverwalk, 217 N St Mary 's St ut San Antonio The workshop will tx* directed leer toward child protective service workers arid oilier mental health professionals who deal with high-risk children including those in residential care, foster homes *c shelters Running from H a rn to 4 to p in the workshop sessions will center on tuples im ludwig nunoMtv adoption, street kids, separation and at* taehinent. child and teen suicide ( In I* I management, the sexual abuse VU tim, and present trends in silt stance as it concerns children and Delivering the key note addr ess will be Dr Clare Hay nes-Sernaii, a developmental psychologist .it the KomjH* National Center for th* Prevention and Treatment of Child legisti ate n For more register cont: tjie health and tfu Alamo Ar Hu nts.    ,v*o I    i Continuua from Page 1 originating from fireworks Falls County. She married Robert T. Brothers rn November 1919. The couple resided rn Stranger until moving to Marlin rn 1942 Mr Brothers was a justice of the peace rn Falls County until hrs death on Feb 3, 1957 Mrs. Brothers was a nurse in a Marlin hospital for many years before moving to New Braunfels in 1961. She was a member of the Stranger Baptist Church. She is survived by three sons, Taylor Brothers of Marlin, David Brothers of Houston, and Billy Bathers of Dayton; daughter, Mrs. Ethel Powers of Marlin; a brother, Curtis Hays of Kosse; sister, Mrs Iximeta Salesman of Mexia; 12 grandchildren; and 16 greatgrandchildren A son, Robert Brothers, and a daughter, F7dna Faye Lindsey of New Braunfels, preceded her in death Memorials may be made to the F7den Home for the Aged, 631 I^ikeview Blvd., New Braunfels The family will be at 707 Watson St. in Marlin. finding a large parking lot in which to discharge fireworks He said the fire department has already had to answer a couple of calls for grass fires, probably Yes, it is a problem VG* would like to curtail it but we can't do it without their help,” Friesenhahn said, noting that ev en a simple sparkler burns at 1000 degress Fahrenheit Added the fire chief lf you ongoing to disctiarge fireworks, do it in a safe manlier with adult supervision I have seen to many injuries and structural fires due to fireworks problems ” Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Mi and Mrs (albert Grossman; Route u. Box 152, Seguin, 5-pound. 4 ounce boy; June 30. Mr and Mrs Joel Guerin, 1447 (Toss; 8 pound, 11-ounce girl; Juh IPolice Report New Braunfels Police Department — Criminal mischief was reported Wednesday morning in the 1600 block of West Mill Street — A 29-year-old disabled man reportedly was assaulted Wednesday night in Cypress Bend Park New Braunfels EMS was dispatched to treat the man for minor injuries suffered in the attack No arrests reported — Police arrested Romulo V. Garcia, 44, of 225 Gruene Rd., following a reported assault there in relation to a family disturbance — Burglary of a motor vehicle reported Wednesday in Oak Grove Estates. — Theft of $350 bicycle was reported Wednesday by a 13-year-old youth in luanda park Authorities have not yet determined what might have been stolen in a burglary overnight Tuesday of lamar Elementary School at 240 North Central Theft of fishing equipment reported Wednesday at a residence in the IOO block of F7dge water. Comal County Sheriff ti Office A Canyon 1-ike man was arrested Wednesday evening and charged with possession of marijuana after a sheriff’s department investigator on patrol saw several of the illegal plants growing outside his residence. In Comal County Jail this morning is Michael Minerva, 48, ii Star Route 2, Box 20oF near Northpark at Canyon I .ake Bond on the felony charge was set at $10,000 this morning Investigator Dennis Koepp said he was driving through the area Wednesday afternoon when he spotted what he believed was marijuana growing on the man's sun deck He obtained a search warrant from Justice of Hie Peace Howar d Smith and arrested tile man Koepp reported that IO potted plants about 3-feet tall were confiscated as well as marijuana found inside the house Koepp said they seized about six ounces of the material for which a dollar value had not been set US 281 FM311 Body_ Unidentified body found here Lannon last seen here US 281 crossing Lannon search area between ;