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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 25, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas debuts in Marion Saturday A special viewing of the slide presentation alluded to many times bv members of the Iran-Contra Senate Commitee hearings will be held in Guadalupe County this weekend The to-minute narrative slide show entitled Soviet Threat to the Western Hemisphere will be moderated by I S Congressman Ma sweeties H Wharton We are delighted that Congressman Sweeney has been able to arrange this special presentation on such snort notice after hearing our desires to view the now famous presentation, sa. : Tom Schoolcraft Guadalupe Countv Republican chairman The two term Republican representative is in Guadalupe Coun tv delivering the Keynote address at the Texas Association of Concerned Taxpayers in Selma and is taking the* opportunity* saturday to present it to everyone interested said Schoolcraft Lt Col Oliver North extensively used the slide presentation during his meetings with possible contributors to the Contra freedom fighters case North and hts attorneys wanted to show the presentation as part of his defense in the hearings but the senate committee did not want the public to see it The showing will be held from 2 k> to 4 p rn at the Overlander Restaurant in Marion on Highway. 78 Southwest Texas State Umver hef dog Cassidy warm up her he continues through Saturday at County Fair at 8 p rn each night riding bareback Drone riding wrestling and bui- riding Post t Sunday for the horse races at I the Horseshoe Pitching contes Finals are at 5 p rn Sunday tPh Hydro sity student Brenda Luce and )rse for barren 'acing The Podeo the 94th edition of the Coma Other events are saddle bron calf roping team roping steer ime is 2 p rn both Saturday ana Dutchman Downs and finals for t are Saturday from 6 to V pm oto by Deryi Clark Bonds sales suspended third time this year WASHINGTON AP    The Treasury Department announced Thursday it has suspended the sale of I S savings bonds for the third time this year because President Reagan nas not signed a bill raising the na tarnal debt limit The department said it had notified banks and other financial institutions to stop selling the bonds until further notice Sales had been suspended for brief periods beginning on July 18 and on Aug 7 because of congressional inaction over approving a measure to in crease the government’s borrowing authority The Senate gave final approval Wednesday and vent to Reagan a measure to raise the debt ceiling to $2 8 trillion However, the president has not decided whether he will sign the bill into law because of a separate provision that provides a new en forcement mechanism for the Gramm Bud rn an deficit reduction law The new mechanism would require automatic spending cuts lf the prest dent and I ingress could not agree on a plan to reduce the deficit to ceilings established in the proposal The suspension of savings bonds sales was required because at mid night Wednesday the government's borrowing authority reverted to its permanent' ceiling of 12 ll trillion The national debt currently stands at $2 14 trillion so the government can not incur any more debt until the bor row mg ceiling is raised Continued from Page I hydroelectric plant began about a month ago after more than six years of planning and controversy ti BRA is building the plant that will provide some 5 percent of the electrical re qutrements of New Braunfels residents The river authority has obtained permits from the I S Army Corps of Engineers the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission ar Texas Water Commission I namely re>earcher Iojiv Duggan has objected to the project at every step rn the permitting process OBRA and New Braunfels I tiiities officials estimate that the objections have increased the cost of the project by hundreds of thousands of dollars GBRA officials contend that they do not nett I PCC approval to con struct the plant because they have received approval from the federal agency with similar authontv Duggan said the river authority has v totaled the supptv agreement between GBRA and the city which re quires all necessary approval The agreement state> that if approval is needed such approve, must tie ob tamed by Pi t' Duggan said she wtl. be preparing the brief on behalf of CLAG A There is no firm number of members but Duggan said she considers all Ca byon Lake area residents members of the association There are no dues Public Records County Court At Law Convictions Judge Hon Prichard Roland Leroy Sanches. 108 5 Grandview San Antonio DVM driver’s license 60 days jail on weekends Henry Ruben Ochoa, 25ul Holly Hill. San Antonio. DWL drivers license suspended one year bo days jail credit time served Carolina Garcia Route I. Box 47. Marion; DWI; continued on proba lion. nine days on shock credit time served Dwayne Henry PO. Box 1438 Beeville criminal non support 30 days jail on weekends Michael Ray Starling; 1412 Pot thast New Braunfels; OWLS $150 fine three days jail credit time serv ed Victor Lozano. 10362 Sahara. No 4403. San Antonio DW I driver s license suspended six months Slou fine three days jail credit time serv ed Juan Palacios hoi Davis. Devine, DW I $500 fine ho days jail probated two years Juanita Martinez Menchaca 8o7 Williams. Seguin theft over $2u under $2ou $150 fine, 15 days jail on weekends Kicky Lane Leonard. 12534 Nacogdoches. San Antonio. DWLS. $150 fine. three days jail on weekends Timothy Charles Trimble Route 7. Box 617T. Canyon Lake disorderly conduct $150 (me Robert Arthur Moseley. Jr . 4211 Avenida Prima, San Antonio DW L $300 fine, 60 days jail probated two years. Kenin Charles Caster; 5011 Sts Peter and Paul Catholic School Boydston under the Aatchfui and e*pe VNenze an 'Mr arader a! ( an vt" sr An d■ v .    *.id if1 #rwi aii 4 i J Aiti ajwi begins at I 30 Breeding Shec followed by Jc fudging is Saturday at (Photo by Deryi Clark) fader at i Canyo ursaay n w * ' day font : Aed md Goat judgm r Market Lamb sixth grader Linda en ed eye o* Susan igh Schoo practices her *et Steer junior judging Breeding Catt e judging eg^ns at 9 a rn Saturday iQing .ynior Market nog Aed D* th© Pig Futurity to join GLA CA *he said I bt* group t not incorporated a» a non prof: organ/ation but 1>*-v have by .aw-Duggan 'aid the organization wa formed to promote the welfare of ai area residents Wallace Greene I president Stammtisch_ Crusade San Antonio DWI $.i5o fine ho days jail probated two years Maria Morales Teran 518 Texas 46 South New Braunfels theft over $2u under $2oo. $300 fine to days jail pro bated six months Oralia Martinez 1517 lorelei Lane. New Braunfels theft over $20 under $2uu 60 days jail probated six months Edward Lozano 256 Glenbrook San Antonio DW I $ loo fine 80 days jail probated two years Ronnie Earl Bivins 818 W ( enter Ville, Garland, failure to appear $25 fine Ramiro Espinoza Mendez 160 W Quill San Antonio. DWI $25o fine, 60 days jail probated two years Robert Sltfer. 335 E Zipp Road , New Braunfels DWL drivers license suspended one year. $35o fine three days jail Births Out of to ah J Iajtu Ke.ningrr at Bap a1 Hospital 6 pound I* sept Iv Grandparents are Mrs Doris Reinmger and John and Janet krmer ail of New Braunfels Continued *r(>m Page > I n;!ed states Savings Bonds sale' in Texas for the first nine months of fiscal year 1*87 amounted to $ UH 574 M8 an increase of Iii) million or ll perent over the same period of 1*86 The sales represent 78 5 percent of the state s 1*87 assigned dollar goal of $188 million sales of series EE bonds amounted to $ol t>37 during June 1*87 in Comal County said E F Nowotnv volunteer county chair man The October 1*h»> through J un** 1*87 total for the county was in the bargain $544 682 which represents 66 percent of the county s 1*87 assigned dollar goal Nationally June 1*87 sales of Series EE bonds totaled $543 million and brought total sales of I S Sav mgs Bonds to $8 87 billion for the first nine months of fiscal year 1*87 an increase of 67 percent over same period a year ago First I nited Methodist Church has got a good thing going on a youth group under the leadership of the Rev J E ' Jet Throckmorton The kids are searching for a cheap real cheap free donation of a pool table or ping pong court table for their recreation hall Sue Hasert suggests that "surely some kind soul (hast one stored away lf you have such a poll or ping pong table pleas** cai! Jet at *>25 4513 The kids sue says wilt come pick it up and probably hug your neck Here is a rea. good opportunity for folks who say New Braunfels teens are lack mg appropriate rec reational op portunities to do something about that problem Gone, But Not Forgotten. Hit passe agt r pigt un Uh tit att) ti a Hi* tjhratW ttotk I Im ( an *tuu tai akt t i Hit list t»f t xiiiu I animals grmcs Bin it ti* * sin have t«> 'n VtOtni.i W %‘.Ut It tit ran* *n is v rVrig t» vjvi 11 ta tang* re ti quill v oui us vs in It then *> still nmt Ult Natnwial W tidbit I et Ic rat nm 11 2 Utah street NVX VV astringing I ta w s th* Saturn- tit Tomorrow, IU HD! KM ION North's Contra slide show employees; center Marlene and Ed Kadlecek won the polka contest and right Waltz winners mom Shirley and son Nathan Pfeii won the waltz contest they also won the award two years ago. (Photos by Deryi Clark). Page 2 Herald-Ze/fung New Braunfels. Texas Weather Friday, September 25,1987 Fleet feet Water Watch Comal River.........................412    (same) Canyon Lake inflow.................. 677    (same) Canyon Lake outflow........... 1/870* (down 20) Canyon Lake level.............905.10    (down .39) Edwards Aquifer..............628.11    (down .OI) * The Canyon Lake outflow will be reduced to 600 cubic feet per second by 4 p.m. today. The reduced rate will continue until 6 p.m. Sunday, when it will be raised to 1,900 cfs. Forecast SOUTH TEXAS: Partly cloudy tonight Mostly cloudy Saturday. Widely scattered thundershowers in the Hill Country and upper Rio Grande plains Saturday. Continued warm. Highs Saturday in the upper 80s and low 90s except mid 90s Rio Grande plains Lows tonight in the 60s except near 70 along the coast NORTH TEXAS Fair and mild tonight Partly cloudy west and fair east Saturday with little change in temperatures Highs Saturday 88 to 92 Lows tonight 61 to 66. WEST TEXAS: Widely scattered thunderstorms southwest tonight, otherwise increasing cloudiness Partly cloudy with widely scattered thunderstorms across the area Saturday Highs Saturday 86 Panhandle to 90 Permian Basin with low 80s mountains and mid 90s Big Bend valleys Lows tonight 57 Panhandle to 62 southeast except near 30 mountains and mid 60s Big Bend PORT ARTHUR TO PORT O'CONNOR Tonight east and southeast winds near IO knots Seas 2 to 4 feet Saturdav southeast winds IO to 15 knots Seas 3 to 5 feet PORT O' CO NNOR TO BROWNSVILLE Tonight southeast winds near IO knots Seas 2 to 4 feet Isolated showers Saturday southeast winds IO to 15 knots Seas 3 to 5 feet Isolated thundershowers Extended forecast Sunday through Tuesday SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy with a chance of afternoon and evening thundershowers, mainly southeast Highs 80s north to 90s south low s 6t*s. lower 70s extreme south NORTH TEXAS Partly cloudy Sunday A slight chance of thunderstorms Monday and Tues day Highs 80s lows low to mid 60s WEST TEXAS Slight chance of thunderstorms east of mountains Sundav otherwise partly cloudy throughout the period Temperatures near seasonal normal. Panhandle and South Plains: highs upper 70s to lower 80s. lows mid-50s Permian Basin. Concho Valley and far west: highs near 80 to mid-80s lows mid-50s to near 60 Big Bend: highs upper 70s mountains to lower 90s along the Rio Grande, lows near 50 mountains to lower 60s along the river Texas Weather An approaching upper level low pressure may bring thunderstorm activity to extreme west and southwestern portions of Texas But forecasters say the weekend weather should remain pleasant as forecasts are calling for mostly clear skies and moderate temperatures through the weekend The thunderstorm activity was possible today in extreme West Texas and in Southwest Texas tonight, forecasters said The state s weather remains under the influence of a high pressure system that is keeping skies mostly clear and temperatures pleasant A few clouds were reported in extreme West Texas and South texas, including the Lower Rio Grande Valley at dawn today Lows tonight will be mostly in the 50s and 60s with readings in South Texas expected to remain in the 70s Highs Saturdav w ill be in the Bos and 90s except in areas where thunderstorms may keep readings in the upper 70s Early morning temperatures were in the Sos and bos over most of the state except along the coast where readings are in the 70s Extremes ranged from 48 at Marfa in the Davis Mountains of Southwest Texas to 73 at both Galveston and Corpus Christi Other early morning temperatures around the state in eluded 57 at Amarillo. 61 at Wichita Palls. 63 at Fort Worth 62 at Waco. 65 at Austin 58 at San Antonio. 59 at Houston 67 at Brownsville 56 at >an Angelo 5^ at Lubbock 58 al Midland and 63 at El Paso Wednesday nights Comal Corral schedule included a Dance Contest which was won by the couples pictured above At left Country and Western Dance winners were Barbara Wolfshohl and Jonathan Robinson, both McKenna Memorial Hospital Practice makes perfect * $ ;