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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A Weather Herald-Zeffung. New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, November 11.1987 Water Watch Comal River..............................407    (same) Canyon Lake inflow....................390    (down 359) Canyon Lake outflow........................296    (up 9) Canyon Lake level....................901.15    (down .3) Edwards Aquifer....................627.82    (down    OI) ‘The US Corps of Engineers office at Canyon Dam is an official collection point tor 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 North Texas - Freeze warning tonight for mainly the central and east. Clear and cold tonight with lows from the mid 20s southeast to the mid 30s southwest Mostly sun ny and a bit warmer Thursday with high in the 60s. West Texas - Mostly fair skies through Thursday. Lows tonight around 30 most sections except lower 20s southwest mountains to near 40 along the river. Highs Thursday low to mid 60s except near 70 Big Bend South Texas - Freeze warning tonight for Southeast Texas. Clear to fair skies and cold with a freeze likely northern sections. Partly cloudy and a little warmer Thursday. Highs Thursday from the 60s north to the 70s south Lows tonight from the 30s north to 40s south with 20s Hill Country Port Arthur to Port O’Connor -Small craft advisory is in effect Tonight wind becoming northeast near 20 knots. Rough seas subsiding to 4 to 6 feet near shore and 6 to 9 feet offshore Thursday northeast wind 15 to 20 knots Seas 4 to 6 feet Port O'Connor to Brownsville -Small craft advisory is in effect Tonight northeast wind diminishing to 15 to 20 knots Rough seas subsiding to 5 to 7 feet near shore and 6 to 8 feet offshore Thursday northeast wind near 15 knots Seas 4 to 6 feet Extended Forecasts North Texas No rain expected Highs mid-60s to mid-70s. lows 40s Friday and Saturday and mid-40s to lower 50s Sunday South Texas Partly cloudy and warmer Highs 70s. warming to Bos south Saturday and Sunday Lows Friday and Saturday 40s north to Sos south, except 30s Hill Country Friday Lows Sunday Sos north to 60s south W est Texas Fair and dry- w ith a slow warming trend Friday through Sunday Panhandle highs 60s, lows 30s. South Plains: highs upper 60s. lows mid-30s to low 40s Permian Basin and Concho Valley: highs lower 70s. lows around 40 to upper 40s Far west: Highs upper 60s. lows mid-30s to mid-IOs Big Bend area: Highs 60s mountains to mid-70s lowlands, lows 30s mountains to 40s lowlands Texas Temperatures dropped to below freezing at dawn today across a vast area of West Texas and western portions of North Texas The mercury dipped to a bone-chilling 19 degrees at Marfa in the Davis Mountains of .Southwest Texas just before dawn. A hard freeze warning w as in ef feet early today for the Concho Valley and a freeze warning was in effect for the Pecos Valley Freeze warnings have been posted for tonight for North Cen tral Texas. Northeast Texas and portions of Southeast Texas Forecasts calling for clear to partly cloudy statew ide tonight Lows tonight will be mostly in the 30s. ranging from the upper 20s in the Concho Valley and across portions of West Texas to the mid 40s along the lower Texas coast and in the Lower Rio Grande Valley Highs Thursday will be mostly in the 50s and 60s, Early morning temperatures were in the 20s and 3os over the western half of the state and in the 30s ami 40s over the eastern half Extremes ranged from a chilly 19 at Marfa in the Davis Mountains of Southwest Texas to 53 at Corpus Christi Other early morning temperatures around the state in eluded 31 at Amarillo. 29 at Wichita Falls. 34 at Fort Worth, 32 at Waco. 40 at Austin 35 at San Antonio. 38 at Houston. 47 at Brownsville. 23 at San Angelo. 26 at Lubbock. 23 at Midland and 33 at El Paso Reimer Continued from Page IA Speculation is that Reimer a Republican, will challenge incumbent District Attorney William Schroeder in next years general elections but Reimer would neither confirm or deny those rumors There are a lot of rumors.’’ said Reimer "I have not made a decision as to what I rn going to do at this time I have a lot of encouragement and I w ant to talk more to people and hear w hat they have to say ’’I know I don’t want to stay in this office It s time for me to look at some new challenges in my career, whatever career that is I ve done as much as I can with this office ’” Reimer said he urges the citizens of Comal County to take high interest in next year's elections for county prosecutor and hopes that one is chosen who will be fair impartial and able to handle the difficult tasks of the office •There are many pluses and Wurstfest_ Continued from Page 1A Marsch realizes dream in program By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer A 1984 New Braunfels High School graduate Is about to get a close look at the U.S. Supreme Court as he begins an internship in January as a member of Chief Justice William Rehnquist's staff “It’s really going to be an exciting time because we ll have a new judge hopefully.” Darryl Marsch said while describing his plans for a five month internship Marsch will graduate in December from the University of Texas at Austin with highest university honors He plans to attend law school next fall after completing his internship The student was one of two minuses to working this office.” tie said “I have prosecuted with equal! ty of treatment for all who have come before me and I hope no one will make compromises or promises to get elected ” Reimer is the founder of the Comal County Child Advocates and a cofounder of Teen Connection He also instituted the Guardian Interlock Program as a probation alternative for persons convicted of drunk driving. the first program established in the state Reimer is quick to note that the Guardian program is still in its testing phase and is not yet per manently based *“I believe my record for battling cnme will give all potential can didates the ability to hit the ground running when they take over this of flee I believe crime can be effective ly fought if attention is paid to vie ttms and potential victims ” Filing for the various public offices with terms due next year begins Dec 3 the event Security personnel was brought in from area counties and cities to deter problems “We’ve reached the point now where the festival > is really down to fine tuning I can’t think of any major improvements that are needed. ’ she added A new entertainment tent on the grounds was a huge success she said. adding that the tent gave people a place to eat and listen to music And a 30 piece band from Braunfels, West Germany “was excellent,” Herbelin added “I don t know exactly what's going to happen with entertainment next year, but I was very pleased with it this year,” she said. Although Herbelin and her small staff work full time throughout the Car students chosen from applicants throughout the nation for a chance to work with and learn from the staff of the Supreme Court justices The New Braunfels native said he feels lucky to have been chosen for the internship with the office of the administrative assistant to the chief justice Experience, more than luck, may have had more to do with the selection The U T government stu dent works as an assistant to the director of research at the I' T Law School library He worked as a clerk for Judge Sam Houston Clinton of the Court of Criminal Appeals in Austin As a clerk. Marsch researched cases before the court And he has resear ohed various phases of law including the emerging field of alternative dispute resolution “So I didn't do this on my own I had a lot of people backing me up.” Marsch said One of his biggest supporters is Merritt Schumann of New Braunfels The student describes Schumann as his “mentor” aswell as a good friend Marsch isn t quite sure what he will be doing during his internship in the nation's capital but he will bt* working with administrative details “LII be working with administrative things like helping him 'the chief justice' prepare his law review ar tides and the speeches that he gives,” he said The internship is like a dream come true for the young man “As a government student and a future lawyer. I couldn’t ask for any more,” he said The internship program in which Marsch will participate is relatively new with only 200 students hav ing participated so far While government is a major in terest of Marsch s. he said he is par ticularly fascinated with the judicial branch “I really like the judicial branch of government It has a cer lain mystery to it It s the branch of government that gets the least atten Hon. he said. adding that he hopes to get to understand some of the judges on the nation s highest court Marsch is the son of Milton L Marsch and Mona L Marsch. both of San Antonio Parks moving toward ‘enterprise’ system By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is moving faster toward reducing park s fman elal drain on the city than a national expert on park funding expected Leonard Ehrler. who conducted a fiscal management study of the local parks system about a year ago. told members of the Parks and Recrea tion Advisory Board Tuesday that they have taken innovative steps to make park improvements pay for themselves “You did some things a little faster than I thought you would You have taken over some things that I thought would take a few years to do Ehrler said Ehrler. of Bechtel. Hoffpauir and Ehrler. Inc . conducted a study for the parks department for a cost of aUiut $ 10,000 David What lev parks director Tuesday said the depart ment already has recovered that amount by implementing some of the changes recommended in the stud> The study called for the city to turn to an “enterprise' system of management for the parks depart ment, meaning that capital recovery fees should be added to park fees amt those additional fees should be set aside to fund park improvements Earl Fox and other U>urd members said the 25 cent surcharge added to the swimming fee generated x»me complaints among residents “Most of the complaints from pen pie alinit the season pass charge-* were not that they couidn t afford it but that it was a nuisance,’ said Lupe Castillo new board chairman Ehrler said that once the public comes to understand that profit is not a dirty word and that small ad ditional charges provide tm* parks department with a way to improve Continued from Page IA possibly during the day Tuesday following media releases concerning 'be make of the car sought Another defective Mid he believes the car’s 'twntt is also nearby The wife of d>e man who initially found the (ar laid knowing the car ess ’bere overnight Was scary It g} /•< me the creeps I couldn’t even jmU nigh* ” Th* properly tm which the car was J •« 'rwi+A tty Rev C E Collins yeU/te 'A e Ro* k Hill Gospel 'Yj.ff, ft# notified by police 7 +*S.* / evening of *beir findings P/s#4# ne aas unsure if Ute tip the facilities in relation to their use. people w ill accept the charges “I think you have just scratched the surface and I think that once the public understands about the charges, it will support them." he said Fox said there is a fear among th** board members that the New Braunfels City Council will look at the additional parks revenue being generated through capital recovery fees and will reduce funds channeled to the parks department Ehrler said that w htle that has hap pened in some cities most cities realize that the park improvements will be accomplished more easily if the park department is allowed to keep a portion of the revenue generated through fees “It s not sup posed to bt* instead of it s supposed to be in addition to ttax revenue (nim the city I," he said Whatley said the parks department cleared about th oho by charging parking fees in Landa Park Another $.1 400 was generated by an increase in picnic fees That money will stay in the park** department and will fund im provements The additional picnic Ut** are paying for a new pavilion and the increased swimming fees funded new ladders to tie placed in the (My mpu sized sw imrmng ptml Profit ami loss isn t the best wav to look at a parks system but we re doing very well in that area Whatley said He added that the city recovers aU>ul 4" percent of Us parks department budget thnnigh fees No other city in the state compares with that recovery rate We re not getting any dollars from City Hall Intact we re putting more dollars in City Hall and k****pmg some bere The onlv parks im provements I can st from the city are what we ve implemented this year.” the parks director said The beauty of this 'enterprise system is the users are paying for it not the taxpayers ” Whatley said he is concerned about the city's youth athletics facilities Those facilities including soccer fields and baseball fields are in need of improvement and expansion be said but the city doesn't have the money for improvements Ehrler said capital recovery fees charged to groups who use the facilities would be one way to offset th** expense of expansion anti im provements Mullins Continue*) from Page I A possibly initiate some reassignments He also said he recognizes many good people serv mg currently as reserve deputies "I would immediately institute training and educational program* as well as upgrade investigative pro ordure* in order to make all person nel more aware of professional technology said Mullins adding he Hearing_ Continue*) from P#q«* I A mere** department will choose which community will receive the funds According to ISHO census data 539 would also *<***k an undercover of fleer to target specifically drug traf ticking in the count y lither goals he said he would ac lively pursue as sheriff would be to establish youth related programs and educational programs in school* better organize rural neight**rh«»id crime watch area* anil establish let ler relationship* with featera1 and state law enforcement agencies low to moderate income res id live in th** area who h wt»uld lei from the drainage project Besides the I a*) us grant th** will allo* ate J176 67 fur the pro}* rank P. Aiams of Service* for F rank I" \.anu N Hidalgo Ave will tx- at 2 p iii Thursday at Holy Family I athold Church Burial will br in SU Peter and Paul Catholic Cemeterv \ rosary will br rn Heil at 7 pm 14ednrsduy at Zoelier Funeral Home Alants 69 tiled Nev 9 at M* henna Memorial Hospital He wa* born Mas 27 1927 in New Braunfels to l.ihrado and Angelita nee Padilla Alant* Hr married Margarita San* bez int April ll I '■HH m New Mr aunt el* Alani* was a lifetime New HraunfH* lh resilient an*l w as est Point Pepprre mrmler of Holy F amil) I’hurch Woodmen of the W Bingo i ommittee of Moly F a was a past mender of thr He soi lets of Holy F amity survivor* include hi* Margarita Alani* of New Br one daughter Vmalia Aleman of New Hraunfei* Maj \rnuIfo s Alani* of I a one sister Lydia < ambo Braunfels mw brother Ie Jr of New Braunfels andfi* children w as Cath v Sal Moll) ode MMV of New i- Alani* e grand takemeho*1! 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