New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 28, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
Page 2AHerakj-Ze/fung, New Braunfels, Texas
Sunday, July 28, 1991
Canyon Lake outflow.....................296 cfs (same)
Canyon Lake Inflow .........101 cfs (same)
Canyon Lake level 904.13 feet (down .05)
(Additional figures unavailable Saturday)
South Texas forecasts
TODAY: Fair and warm tonight. Widely scattered mainly afternoon and evening showers and thunderstorms through Sunday. Highs Sunday in the 90s to near IOO along the Rio Grande plains. Lows tonight in the 70s, except near 80 at the coast.
MOND AY-WEDNESDAY: Hill Country and South Central Texas, partly cloudy with widely scattered mainly afternoon and early evening showers or thunder
storms. Highs in the mid 90s. Lows in the low to mid 70s. Texas Coastal Bend, partly cloudy with widely scattered mostly afternoon and early evening showers or thunderstorms. Highs near 90 beaches, mid to upper 90s inland. Lows in the low 80s beaches to the mid and upper 70s inland. Lower Texas Rio Grande Valley and plains, partly cloudy with widely scattered mostly afternoon and early evening showers or thunderstorms. Highs near 90 coast, upper 90s to near IOO inland.
A dozen ‘Night Out’ events slated
Comal County Sheriff Jack Bremer displays marijuana plants and cocaine confiscated at a New Braunfels residences (Photo by Robert Stewart)
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charge, officials said Rita Garza was released from jail after posting a $2,500 bond on the cocaine charge and a $500 bond on the marijuana charge
AH bonds were set by Precinct 2 Justice of the Prate R O “Doc" Blanchard A search warrant was obtained
after an officer spotted a marijuana plant growing in the suspects* yard. Bremer sud.
The pair was arrested at 11 OH a m Friday, he said Also seized in the arrest was a note hook with records of alleged drug transactions Investigators will con untie chocking ct lutes made in the (Chook. Bremer said,
By MARK WARNKEN Stiff Wrl tar
Six hundred people are expected to anend at least 12 get-togethers and parties on Aug. 6 in New Braunfels as pan of the National Night Out neighborhood crime prevention event.
That’s more than double the number of people and parties last year, said Mike Grist, director of the Safe City Commiuion, which is coordinating the local activities.
Neighborhoods typically observe National Night Out with a display of outdoor lights and front-porch vigils, but they also organize block panies, cookouts, flashlight walks, contests and youth programs.
For the first time this year, a trophy will be awarded to the local neighborhood whose activity scores best in creativity, attendance and communication of the National Night Out message, Grist said.
Some New Braunfels neighborhood crime watch groups take advantage of the annual event to satisfy the requirement that they meet at least once annually.
National Night Out is designed to:
• Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness.
• Generate support for and participation in local anti-crime programs, especially the neighborhood crime watch.
• Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police-community relations.
• Send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods nationwide are organized and fighting back.
New Braunfels observed its first National Night Out in 1989, and the event started nationally about eight years ago Local participation has increased each year.
Pete Sutphen. vice chairman of the Safe City Commission and a neighborhood crime watch captain, hopes to have IOO people, about a third of the residents in the Summerwood homes and apartments, attend his neighbor flood’s -Night in the Park." which he calls a going-away party for en me and drugs Last year. 70 people attended the National Night Out event there.
At the Summerwood party, each family has been asked to bring a covered dish The program will include visits by city dignitaries, including a talk by Police Chief Dick Hemfen
One of the biggest parties takes place on Mem weather Street, where the neighbors block off the street for a
Mayor James Goodbread reads a proclamation declaring Tuesday, Aug. 6, as New Braunfels Night Out while Safe City Commission representatives, standing from left, Susan Curtis, Lee Rodriguez, Gloria Opper-man, Pete Sutphen and Mike Grist look on. Seated is City Council Member Rudy Seidel. Goodbread signed the proclamation during the City Council meeting on Monday. (Photo by Mark Warnken)
band and a barbecue. Grist said.
“We urge everyone to attend one of the organized get-togethers, but if this is not possible, at least put on your porch lights, lock your doors, and go out and meet your neighbors,” Sutphen said.
Neighborhoods planning an activity should cml! Grist at the Safe City Commission office, 625-3425, by Tuesday.
“National Night Oui is focusing in on Neighborhood Watch on an annual basis to let the whole nation be aware of it. but it docs need to be carried on the other 364 days a year." Grist said
Length of service for three recent retirees from New Braunfels Utilities was inadvertently misstated in Friday's edition of the New Brau^eli Herald /jaunt.
Retiring after 42 years of service was Raymond Salge Bill Fruity had been employed by NRU for 36 years, and Marvin Jandt stepped down after 8 years with the company
The Herald regrets the error
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