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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 7, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 New Texas June 1991 Weather Water Watch Comal down 4 Edwards down Canyon Lake up Canyon Lake down Canyon Lake down South Texas forecast and South TODAYSATURDAY Partly A line of thunderstorms that moved eastward into western and central sections of North Texas late Thursday continued drenching the Small hail was reported in cloudy tonight and Saturday with scattered afternoon and evening showers or thunderstorms Highs Saturday in the except upper 80s along the Lows tonight in the except near 80 along the The state Clouds covered much of the state early today and some storms dumped rain on portions of North skies were generally mostly cloudy to cloudy except for partly clear skies in some eastern Temperatures were gen erally in the 70s with some 60s WORDS role discussed in Commissioners Court By JAMIE LEE CAMPBELL Start Writer Guadalupe River residents and bus iness owners lined up in Commis siioners Court Thursday to discuss the Water Oriented Recreation Dis trict and its Betty Walls was intermittenly depicted as a saint and a Theres a personality conflict with said Jane owner of Abbott I always get a nega tive My concern with WORD is that river maintenance should be the Abbott said regulating private enterprises should be a secondary WORD has fallen way behind in law enforcement and river clean Theyve fallen way behind with GBRA river Abbott claims the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority still is releas ing water in an unbalanced creating river flow is inconsistent and bad for the tourism industry and that Walls has been negligent about approaching GBRA on the Abbott summed up her complaints by We cannot enforce reg ulations concerning We can advise tourists about littering County Judge Carter Casteel inter jected Apparently thats where the disagreement The rules stipulate that outfitters must require all customers to read and sign a statement confirming receipt of information on river rules and litter Obituaries Ardice lora Knodel Services for Ardice lora will be at 2 Saturday at Zoell er Funeral Burial will follow in the Hocse Family A wake services was to begin at 7 today at the funeral Knodel died June at her She was born in Ouadalupe County to Wood row and Irma nee Hoese She married Lcroy Knodel in New She was a 28year resident of New Knodel was a floor hand at Hexccll and a member of Peter and Paul Catholic Survivors include her Leroy Knodel her and Ernest King a Tammy Knodel and a Timothy All are of New Pallbearers will be Ruben Jesse Steve Miguel Kenneth Chapman and Bob by Viola Preusser Services for Viola of San Antonio will be at 10 Saturday at Zocller Funeral with burial to follow at Comal Cemet The Elmer Oumper will Preusser died June at her She was born May in Ouadalupe County to John and Olga nee Schurhardt She had married and She had lived 20 years in San moving from Canyon She was involved in administrative work in real estate and was a member of Paul Lutheran Survivors include three Eva McOee of Cathy Olden of Idaho and Dorothy Snider of San Antonio a Butch Preusser of Oil ly three Nolan Turner and Claude Turner of New Braunfels and Gene Turner of San Marcos nine 17 greatgrandchildren and several nieces and The family will greet visitors from 7 to 8 HuldaWell Services for Hulda are pending at Docppcnschmidt Funeral Home in Canyon She died June at McKenna Memorial The outfitters are required to clean a onehalf mile area of the Precinct 2 Commissioner Neil Craigmile Im in favor of the formation of but I think out fitters and WORD need to keep in mind what WORD was formed Craigmile said the agency was formed for law enforcement and clean and the regulations should be designed around In its regular meeting which fol commissioners approved A motion to enter into bidding or lease purchase an optical scan voting County Judge Carter Casteel Anything to assist voters is n Commisioner Craigmile dfsagree think its a This new sys tem would cost about Negotiations continue with Hart Graphics on the Consolidation of election pre The court will decide how the precincts will be consolidated next Bids for new uniforms for the Sheriffs Letters of agreement with Canyon Lake Action Center and the Comal County Senior Citizen All commissioners were present for both the workshop and the Commissioners include Precinct 1 Commissioner Jumbo Precinct 2 Commissioner Precicnt 3 Commissioner Pat Her nandez and Precinct 4 Commissioner Morris Moe Continued from 1 Already confirming their spots in the parade are the Buick Compact Car Ed Kadlccck and the Village New Braunfels German Comal County Fair American Legion Posts 179 and Reidel New Braunfels Young Woman of the Comal County Sheriffs New BraunJfcls Fire New Braunfels HeraldZeitung and KGNBKNBT Special entrants include an old Dutch street pulled by a 1950s model sta tion wagon a 1933 Rolls Roycc a handcranked also pulled by a vintage car and a novelty drill team featuring a routine with light Scott Ross is coordinating booths for the scheduled from noon to 7 at the Comal County Fair grounds off Common Sponsors arc being sought for a variety of including a dunking Possible activities range from novelty like potato and sack to organized competitions like volleyball or Entertainment will be provided throughout the day at the fair Already signed up are Ed Kadlecek and the Village a mariachi band with Gilbert New Braun fels German Gruene Crossing and an Hispanic dance Time slots still are Food booths will include yogurt from fajitas from Molly sausageonastick and turkey legs from watermelon slices from VFW Post hotdogs and hamburgers from the City Council of Beta Sigma Phi beverages from the Fair Association and novel ties from Big Ross still is accepting reservations from At free shuttle service from the fairgrounds back to the Prince Solms Park area will Fireworks again will be sponsored by the New Braunfels said Lee Rodriguez of Were pretty much there on arranging fund he While the committee has secured the use of six trucks for we still need sponsors a organi business or individual to decorate the flatbeds for the veterans to Warnecke The Welcome Home Troops com mittee will meet again at 7 Wed June at the Knights of Columbus For more information or to list an area in which youd like to partici call Cheryl Scott at Pam Ross at 6257307 or Wilton War necke at 6292215 days or 6201569 THE SHIRT HELL WEAR ALL The ease and comfort of shirts splashed with stripes and offers an exceptional at a noteworthy Cool blend in sixes Mens WORLDS BEST YOURS Bealls Well wrap his gifts now thru Fathers June 16 Continued from 1 the 4th annual Community Salute to Summer Friday and Saturday on the banks of the Com al on the Wurstfest At her Saturday night organizers Tillis will sign autographs between sets at her Tshirt For concert details ticket call the Wurstfest Association at Garage sale Harmony Baptist Church is seeking garage sale items to raise money to purchase furniture for the new sanctuary at 1472 Texas Monetary donations are also The garage sale is slated for June 14 and Items can be taken to the church or call 6292293 or 6256546 to have items picked To have an Item listed in Slant contact Janlne Green or Stephanie Ferguson at Submissions should be of commun ity interest but not commercial in POLICE ROUNDUP Second vehicle found in river By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer A stolen 1986 Chevrolet pickup truck was recovered by New Braun fels Police in the Guadalupe River off Cypress Bend Park Thursday morn according to New Braunfels Police Department spokesman Martin The vehicle had been stolen from the Don Maxwell ChevroletGeo dealership on San Antonio in New Braunfels sometime Wednesday according to They noticed a truck was missing in the morning and we found it about the same time it was Mayer The theft was reported at There was glass on the ground indi cating a window had been broken to enter the stolen according to This is our second vehicle recov ered in the river in a he A submerged 1986 stolen from a New Braunfels was recov ered by police on Boat stall burglarized A burglary occured at Brannons Boat in the Canyon Lake sometime between May 27 and June according to Chief Deputy Wayne Hoherz of the Comal County Sheriffs The complainant hadnt checked the property since May 27 when he discovered the Hoherz The facility is a boat storage build ing but no boats were taken in the V Stolen was a boat prop valued at according to He added that there are currently no suspects in the Stolen car recovered A stolen 1976 white Volkswagen Rabbit was recovered by officials yesterday near according to Chief Deputy Wayne Hoherz of the Comal County The vehicle was reported stolen from San Sheriffs Deputy Tom noticed the vehicle abandoned on the side of the road near the intersection of 28 land Farm to Market Road 1863 in the Bulverde area around Hoherz FAMOUS NAME BRANDS AT AFFORDABLE PRICES FATHERS DAY SALE FAMOUS NAME FIRST 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