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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 31, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A Herald-Ze/fung. New Braunfels. Texas Friday. July 31,1987 Weather Wal-Mart Water Watch Comal River.......................644 cfs (up 6) Canyon Lake inflow.......... 1/654    cfs (down 43) Canyon Lake outflow...........5,180    cfs (up IOO) Canyon Lake level............924.48*    (down    .75) Edwards Aquifer..............628.94 (down .05) * Because of the high lake level, Cranes Mill Park, Canyon Park and Comal Park and all Corp of Engineers boat ramps are closed. County boat ramps are not closed, but boating is considered dangerous because of floating and submerged obiects. Forecast SOUTH TEXAS: Fair to partly cloudy days and mostly clear at night through Saturday Widely scattered afternoon and evening thundershowers mainly over Southeast Texas and the mid and lower coastal plains Saturday. Highs Saturday in the 90s. Lows tonight in the 70s except near 80 coast and mid and upper 60s Hill Country WEST TEXAS. Widely scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms far west. Elsewhere mostly sunny warm days and clear mild nights Highs mainly in the mid 90s except near IOO along the Rio Grande Lows in the lower 60s southwest mountains otherwise lows in the upper 60s and lower 70s NORTH TEXAS Widely scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms east and southeast through Saturday, mostly fair remainder of area Hot days and mild at night Highs Saturday 96 to 102 Lows tonight 73 to 77 Extended Forecast Sunday-Tuesday SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy with hot afternoons and mild at night through Tuesday Little or no rain is expected Lows in the 70s to near 80 along the coastal plains and highs in the 90s WEST TEXAS:    Isolated thunderstorms mountains, otherwise mostly fair Sunday through Tuesday with little change in temperatures Panhandle and South Plains lows upper 60s highs mid-90s Permian Basin and Far West: lows upper 60s. highs mid-90s Concho Valley:    lows lower 70s, highs upper 90s Big Bend: lows lower 60s mountains to lower 70s lowlands, highs 80s mountains to near IOO to 103 along the Rio Grande NORTH TEXAS . Hot days with no significant rainfall expected Sunday through Tuesday. Lows in the mid- to upper 70s, Highs 98 to 102. Texas Weather A ridge of high pressure over the central United States continued to dominate Texas w eather this morning, keeping skies clear over virtually all the state, the National Weather Service said The only active weather rn the state w as a lone thundershower in East Texas near Lufkin Temperatures this morning were on the warm side after a hot afternoon and evening Temperatures were mostly in the middle and upper 70s with a few 60s in the Panhandle Extremes at 4 a rn were 57 degrees at Marfa in West Texas to 82 at Carswell Air Force Base in Fort Worth Other early morning temperatures around the state included 67 at Amarillo. 79 at Wichita Falls. 76 at Waco. Austin and San Antonio. 73 at Corpus Christi. 75 at Brownsville 76 at Houston. 72 at San Angelo and Lubbock. 65 at Midland and 73 at El Paso Light southerly winds breezed across the state at speeds of 5 to IO mph The hot Texas summer is going to continue w ith sunny skies today and fair skies tonight, the weather service said There is a slight chance of scattered thunder showers in West Texas and in East texas this Afternoon Highs were to be in the 90s with some tikis in North Texas and along the Rio grande Lows tonight will be in the 70s w ith 60s in the west and the Panhandle Continued from Page IA part, consider first reading of an ordinance de-annexing a 100-foot strip of land now owned by Wal-Mart Also set for that hearing w ill bt* the second reading of the ordinance establishing a reinvestment zone for commercial and industrial tax abatement Industrial committee chairman John Chunn praised city and county government officials, business and civic groups as well as all others in voiced in the efforts to bring the Wal-Mart center to New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice-President Tom Purdum pointed out Wal-Mart already has paid the city. Comal ISI) and the county $36,993 in rollback taxes While under its agricultural exemption, the property was generating a total of $'281 per year in ad valorem taxes, Purdum said "There has already been an increase in taxes rather than a loss, as reported by some,” said the chamber official The distribution center, once in operation, will serve about 140 stores daily and has a construction tag of $30 million It will create some 300 jobs immediate!) and utxiut 650 in two years Future plans for expansion would provide even more employee opportunities Economists estimate the new facility will inject some $30 million annually into the economy Rates. Continued from Page IA Solms Park Tube Chute at no extra cost and also eliminates the 25-cent surcharge to season pass holders using either Landa Park or Olympic pools In other action, council by unanimous acclamation ap pointed Margaret Fields to fill an unexpired term on the Historic Land Police issue about purse mark Commission Her term is set to end April 7, 1988 The post opened following the recent resignation of Wilton Warnecke Jr approved a contractor s license for Edward C Mullins 111 doing business as Mullins Roofing and Painting at Canyon Lake Application for such permits are handled by the city's Planning and Environmen tai Development Department warning thefts Juan Ramirez works at Texas Department of Human Resources offices in New Braunfels as part of the Alan Area C )un. c Government's summer youth employment program Phut t , Deryl Clark) Jobs New Braunfels Police department officials are asking citizens to take precautions to keep from becoming the next victim of purs** thieves hit ting unlocked automobiles in tho area primarily around New Braunfels Middle School Crime Prevention Officer Martin Mayer said Thursday They areae tively working that area \ ictims are gone for four or five minute'' and find their purses gone He said police have investigated numerous similar reports in the paid several days in the areas of Guenther and Coll Streets as well as tesiden bal areas tietween West san \ntonio Streets and I S HI West Mayer said it appears juveniles on bicycles are working the area during afternoons and early evenings Continued from Page 'A The thieves will grab the purse then go quickly around a corner and ransack the purse taking what they and have work exposure I'm want and leaving the rest !>ehind    ticipants in the program must '* said Mayer Similar reports are also Mtn on weekends in the area of Prince Solms Park and Sehlitterbahn where police oft leers will occasionally observe a juvenile on a bike in the act of burglarizing ,i car Two weekends ago one such male juvenile w as apprehended and charg ed with attempted burglary in the vie block of North Lilierty street Mayer said citizens should takr Uh-time and remember to take valuables vs it ti them and link their neet the ■ teen dro e it beg planning to continue their ediH ab in the fall she added The 17 local organizations ti hit**d the youths for the seven w» program made a tug commibm toward continuing the studen education Instead <»t simply putt the t****n agers to work the organs. lions had to provide e< education for the parttcipa chez said They must I** work with the youths and | learning env ironment \ to tile organizations ale re tor training she added sanchez said about «■* I* agers applied to parti* ipate I UUU rig t Hie the and I, VII pan Me car. even if they are only going to la* program < ti those out of their vehicle for a short tune weie eliminated because eitbet Ute ami respon For a 14 or -un* Im* ObituariesOfficials urging cooperation in delivery of social servicesLinda Hillert Terrell Graveside services for Linda Hiliert Terrell of Route 3. Box 8o9 Burleson will tx* at IO a rn Friday at San Geronimo Cemetery in Seguin Terrell. 95. died July 29 at Fireside Ixjdge Nursing Home in Cleburne Terrell was a former New Braunfels resident She is survived by one daughter. Pauline Seay of San Antonio, two sons. John F Terrell of Fort Worth and Henry A Terrell of Corpus Christi and five grandchildren Serv ices are under the direction of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home There w ill be no public visitationClinton F Naegelin Jr. (Pat) Private graveside services tor Clinton F (Pat) Naegelin Jr of Li sle 111 will be at I p rn Friday at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Naegelin. 48 died July 24 at his home Naegelm was the son of Clinton F and Margaret Naegelin Sr of New Braunfels His parents were the founders of Naegelin Bakery Naegelin w as senior vice president of administration for the Signature Group Division of Montgomery Ward He w as a member of the G race United Methodist Church in Naper Ville. IU Survivors include his wife, Flolyn Naegelin of Lisle one son Clinton Naegelm one sister Nancy Ann Moore of Glenrose and one brother Lanny Dean Naegelm of San Antonio Memorials may tx* made to the Nor thwest Hospital Oncology Unit care of Dr John Merrill or Hospice of Dupage or Grace United Methodist Church of Naperville. Ill Services were under the direction of Doeppenschmidt Funeral HomeBirthsMcKenna Memorial Hospital Linda and Robert Daughtrey; Route 2, Box 666, #71; 6-pound 12-ounce girl July 30out of town Marcos 8 pound. 81 -ounce girl in Seguin July 18 Tim and Sharlene Fey of Route 6, Box 630 New Braunfels 6-pound 7 ounce girl July 30 at Northeast Bap tist Hospital in San Antonio Maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Clifton Sahm of New Braunfels and paternal grandparents are Mr and By SARAH DUK E Slab Writer A representative from the Com munity Council of South Central Texas pleaded with local social scr vices organizations Thursday to coordinate efforts to tatter serve the needy people of ( omal County "lf we don t coordinate and we don't cooperate we’re just spinning our wheels.* said Sony a Maline of CCSCST She addressed represen talives of several local organizations gathered to discuss improving food distribution in the county Although about 15 persons attended the food resourc es conference virile local organizations involved with ser ving -needy families did riot send representatives With a current Comal County unemployment rate of 6 percent Mattice said this is a crucial time for service agencies to work together to serve as many persons as possible She added that the unemployment rate is a bit deceptive because it does not consider persons who have been without work for several months Barbara Brodeur who heads media and resource management for the San Antonio Food Bank said it is impossible to estimate how many eligible persons do not receive their share of the tons of food available to needy persons “Part of what we’re try ing to do is let the community know we re here Brodeur said adding that the food bank serves nine counties in Central and south Texas including Comal County Local service agencies such as the community council distribute food from the food bank We know then* are families who move in with other families and don t ask for help and there are people w Uh so much pride they would never ask And then there are people who don t know we're here she added The current shaky Texas economy is keeping the food bank busy Brodeur said the nullifier of persons getting food from agencies distributing food flank food peaked in March She characterized the* newest food flank recipients cs tin* state s "new poor those recently unemployed Brodeur said the food bank receives much of its food from manufacturers and from the I tilted States Department of Agriculture Stores such as HEB donate edible food that cannot tie sold such as food in denied cans Lupe Reyes with the local corn munity council office said the roughly Id people at Thursday s meeting represented different chur ches and social service agencies in terested in helping feed the local p*ior She added that next Friday and the first Friday of every even numbered month represent, local organizations wilt t discuss their services and ll can work together to sen residents NBU trustees okay $4 million hydro construction bid Mr and Mrs Doug Kunze of San Mrs W O Fey of San Antonio Police Report Public Records District Court Civil Filings Nowsco Services, Inc , vs M W Production Co.; suit on note Divorces Aaron and Kula Mae Schiossenberg County Clerk Marriages Martha Joann Spradltng and Steven Earl Spradlmg Donna Jo Bums and Michael F Montalbano III Bola P. Galvan and l^eobardo Gonzalez Anita Valedez and Juan Doroteo Quiroz Mary Elizabeth Cochran and John Byron Francis Arraignments Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace Judge Fred Stewart Ruben Quintanilla, alias-capias burglary of a non habitation, no bail set A theft Thursday evening of an undetermined amount of motor oil was reported at an automotive shop in the 1400 block of South Seguin Street - Police Thursday evening ar rested Timothy Ray Fowler, 21, of Canyon Lake on Class C theft charges The man was accused of shoplifting a package of hair restraints, valued at $2 49. from a discount store rn the I loo block of Interstate 35 West - Theft of property valued at $199 was reported Thursday at a residence in the JOO block of Pizano Street. — Burglary of a motor vehicle was reported Thursday in a parking lot in the 200 block of West San Antonio Street — Also on Thursday at the same location, a bicycle valued at $21q was reported stolen A woman had her purs** con taming $18 cash stolen from her car Thursday afternoon near Butcher and Magazine Streets Theft of a license plate was reported in a parking lot along I 35 Thursday evening - Police early Friday morning responded to a report of family violence in the 400 block of East Common Street No injuries or ar rests were reported Persons with information regar ding any felony crime are asked to Call Crime Stoppers at 420 TIPS, day or night, and speak to the of fleer on duty. Callers remain com pletely anonymous Crime Stoppers pays rewards of up to $1,000 for in formation that leads to the arrest and grand iury conviction of per sons committing felony crimes B, SARAH DUK I Stat! Writer The New Braunfels I unties Board of Trustees Thursday approved a hid of jusl less than $4 million lur Uncivil construction work on the Ca riyun Dam hydro**lei ti n generating plant Trustee Hubert On who mad* th* motion to approve the bld said It sounds like the pieces an* falling into plate for Un* project that has Ik***h on the draw mg Inlaid since I nan John Specht. general manager of the Guadalupe Blanco Rivet Author! tv told the board he expects con striation to begin on the project by mid August A ground breaking ceremony is tentatively set for Aug 12 at 4 p in The $3 9% million civil construe Hon contract was awarded to FSE Erection The bid although more than $7uo uuu higher than the original engineers estimate was some $5uu UUU less than lowest hid con sidered in May when NHI and ti BRA officials decided to change re quirements and rebid the construe Hon job Orr who balked at the high bids iii May, said Thursday that he hopes the project w ill move on now Regarding the incorrect engineers estimates NHI' General Manager Bob Sohn said “there are a lot of things we know now that we didn t know then ” Sohn said that with the approval of the civil construction bid, the bulk of the costs of the hydroelectric facility have been pinned down The newest cost estimate for the project is $13 76 million, be said The project will be built by the river authority and will provide power to New Braunfels residents Sohn added that he and GBRA of finals have U-*n working to contact the manager of Ute IVdei Hales h i*** Inc I imperative Mi the two entitle*-can cooperate to transmit jmwn from th** propose*! C anyon I tam plant to New Braunfels residents Ile sa'.'t NHI would prefer to us*- existing Ph i transmission lines rattier than construct new line** from til** j>owt*r plant specht said the I s \riny Gulps of Engineers ha** gi anted final approv al of the generating plants designs Ale are in th* priKrss at getting th* paperwork ba* k and forth ti** said The plant will tx* constructed on corps property vs** are still working with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission on lh** flow that is the continuous release and the amount of waler to Im pumped over the dam ” FE RU has required a minimum release from the lake .something that prev loudly did not exist The commis sion also has required more w ater In* pumjH**! over the dam during con struct ion that GBRA expelled The river authority has requested that Uh* requirements In* changed sj**clit said * we have a very got>d chance of hav ing the requirements changed KE RU officials said earlier this week that the minimum flow is a standard requirement but the coin mission is considering the river authority’s request “There is some sort of minimum flow requirement with all licenses that are issued,” a KFRC spokesperson said KFRC officials included a 90 cubic feet per second minimum release re quirement on the recommendation of the I S Fish and Wildlife Service The fish and wildlife service recoin mended the release to enhance tile environment for fish in the stream below the dam ;