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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 27, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A Herald-Ze/fung. New Braunfels Texas Sunday. September 27, 1987 Weather Water Watclti Comal River.........................412 (same) Canyon Lake inflow............... 662    (dowm.15) Canyon Lake outflow..........614* ((town 1,256) Canyon Lake level.............904.94 (down .16) Edwards Aquifer..............628.10 (down .01) * The Canyon Lake outflow will be red uced to 600 cubic feet per second by 4 p.m. today. T he reduced rate will continue until 6 p.m. Sundn y, when it will be raised to 1,900 cfs. Forecast SOUTH TEXAS: Widely scattered thundershowers most sections Sunday through Monday. Lows Sunday night in the low arid mid 60s Hill Country to the mid 70s along the coast Highs Sunday and Monday in the 80s except in the low 90s southwest. WEST TEXAS: Widely scattered showers and tunderstorms and cooler north Monday, otherwise mostly sunny days and fair at night through Monday. Highs Sunday 80s except 90s Permian Basin and extreme south Lows Sunday night 54 Big Bend to 59 Panhandle to 64 extreme south Highs Monday 74 Panhandle to 98 Big Bend. NORTH TEXAS:    Partly through Monday. A slight chance of showers central and west tonight A slight chance of thundershowers central and east Sunday A chance of thunderstorms northwest Monday with a slight chance of thunderstorms elsewhere Lows Sunday night 68 to 68 Highs Sunday and Monday 85 to 89 Extended Forecast Tuesday-Thursday SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy Tuesday with a chance oi thundershowers, mainly southeast Texas Mostly cloudy Wednesday with a chance of showers and thundershowers most sections Some decrease in clouds Thursday with showers and thundershowers ending over the north Turning cooler north Wednesday, and over remaining sections Thursday Highs from the 80s north to 90s south Tuesday and Wednesday. Sos all sections Thursday Lows from the 60s north to the 70s south Tuesday and Wednesday, cooling into the Sos north to the 60s south Thursdav WEST TEXAS Partly cloudy and warm with scattered thunderstorms most sections Tuesday Turning a cooler Wednesday with scattered thunderstorms over southern sections Fair and cool entire area Thursday. Panhandle and South Plains, highs in upper 70s Tues day cooling to low er 70s Thurs day. Lows in lower 50s and upper 40s. permian basin, concho valley and far west. highs . in lower 80s cooling to upper 70s by Thursday, lows in near 60 coo ling to lower 50s Thursday, big bend, highs from near 90 valley s to mid 70s mountains and lows from mid 50s to mid 60s. NORTH TEXAS: A chance of thunderstorms Tues* lay followed by cooler weather We d nesday and Thursday. Overnight lows in the 60s Tuesday mornin g; and from the mid 50s to mid 60s 1 Wednesday and Thursday mornin g»s Daytime highs in the 80s Tue 5day and in the mid 70s to mid 80s Wednesday and Thursday Texas Wea fher w e r s and portions of as the result upper level Scattered sho thunderstorms hit West Texas Saturday of a passing weak disturbance The strongest act! vity was in the southeast area 0 f the South Plains and the low Hoi I mg Plains, between Abilene anc I Lubbock the National Weath ' r Service reported Skies were cloudy sections of Texas, but were reported in the v .estern sec tions of the High Plai ns and per tions of the Trails Pee* is Southerly winds across the state at 5 The winds in the far more southeasterly i while the far west hac I southwest winds Afternoon tempera! ures were mostly in the 80s Th e readings got only into the 70s lr the mourn tains of the Big Bend and in sec tions of the Panhandle while the mercury rose to abou t 9u in far South Texas Extremes at 8 pin ranged from 73 degrees in the uadalupe Pass of far West Tex; t - to 93 at Beeville The weather sen thunderstorms were Id Sunday for the western state but continue for t half Highs Sundae generally in the Kus w the Sos and 60s tcross most sunnv skies prevailed to 2o mph south were n direction Wildlife Trophy Winners/Left to right Richard Schriever Erwin Henk and Brad Reeder, all of New Braunfels f tx— Wildlife Trophy Awards Leh to right Jason Brehmer Freddie Fnesenhahn both of New Braunfels Troy Fnesenhahn of Cibolo Texas and Charles Meckel of New Braunfels Horticulture Best of Show Judge Bob Pfeufter s yellow hybiscus -*•/"    \    -w. Crafts Le*t to right Payton Reynolds o* Bu'verde banjo Ind an dons Arnatto Viileba o‘New Braunfels I atef-hook rug Deanna Mills of New Braunfels hard crops Left to right persimmons Hilmar Hartmann Best of Sh irs Clinton Guenther bon of New Braunfels Bes* of show Canning/Left to right Irma Rhemlander pears Mrs Wilburn Str€*mpet ch picked Little Police sea rching for robber More winners in Tuesday's Herald-Zeitung A convenience store at Interstate 35 and Rueekle Road w us robbed Thursday morning by a man wielding a knife who made off with an undetermined amount of money from the store s cash re gist it New Braunfels Pc lit*- ii. vestigators today said thev have lit tie information about the* suspect, decribed only as a black nm e Hie suspect entered the store demanded the 1 register The clerl man left the store on the Rueekle Ko and disappeared *> from the .p. ed and the He walked de of the store New Braunfels police said they are unsure if he continued to Bet* on foot or if he had a car or an accomplice in a car waiting for him Drainage Continued from Paqe I A ide consultants profession who work within the mental health system Officials at SASH Rusk State Hospital and the Department of Men tai Health and Mental Retardation declined last week to comment on any specifics regarding Little s c as* or status citing patient confidential! tv regulations "This is very interesting ” said the senator when told of the cir cum st anc es surrounding Little As you know I have a lot of concerns in this area Zaffirim ^Laredo and District 21 state senator successfully sponsored legislation approved this year that amended the state mental health code by requiring that the family or legal guardian of an institutionalized patient be notified when that patient is tieing transferred We need to tie very concerned about every person s constitutional rights, but I'm not so sure a person convicted of or charged with a crime Stammtisch ferern e takes {■. ut ll.' the runlet eta et s s .» * Downtowns A 11 r*** -q dav s tied Ink Kiuiwirv The conference will t .1 Drtskill Hotel and s ti.--neighborhood Ie a dei -s anti stall downtown int vesters .intl preservatioi terested in developing ** strategies, for rex datura downtown area*. \ v.o. workshops are planned customer .atisla* Hon t« beautification public in and landsc aping repan restoration ut older tan t< iwntown busirn*sn reel Participants art- enc* register early Registr* doesn t give up Nome of ' stated the senator Zafftrmt said perhai should txe considered ti quire a prosecutor to t any bearings or review on a w ard of the state a* vieted of felony crim*-the time parole pre* 1 pine? Schroeder said ta* *«> learn Little had been from Rusk to SASH H< legislation as suggest* w as needed tie made pa tabu* it P O H* Austin T ting of the Greater Ne* inlets Chamber of Com men r i Force on I km ntow ti it a1 ii at Ion lias been changed t« pm Wednesday <kt 14 in or. Hall Menders will bear a ! textort on the * h..rge and 'mmervt.dions garnered at the -port read) and lid check w uh there lf ie meeting lo at Ives wUh Bm* work e chairman Kav tkxi should tw cc such cues a p notified fief ore a also feels iegisla uttered wtiere in sevutor would tie auster is appmt transience agreed th! bs Zaffiru This is all very upsetting I would like to know why he was mused said Little s sister and legal guar dun Janie DuPlantis He has run away from every wtiere He needs to be loc ked up Some say he is dangerous and ottiers say tv* isnt It is st; unfair because people who don t even know turn are making remark said Ais DuPlantis DuPlantis lias long sou gilt help for tier ill brother and said lad July die was relieved when tie wav ordered to Hie pendulum has swung too (ai said DuPlantis It used to tie they dido t have any rights and now it seems they have too many DuPlantis said die has spent large amounts of money and time to pm VHI* her brother with the long term ( are die feels he needs She said she was upset that SASH personnel did not keep a closer eye on Little s ac ti cities after tie was led from his room She was told Little had crawled out a restroom window and jumped a fence He has left from S ASH before I asked that tie not be given privileges lf anything I leonard has brought lo light that the sy stem doesn t work IHiPlantis said Little was seen several times in downtown San An tonic Thursday afternoon On Salur day. he made phone contact with her husband Michael DuPlantis He is play ing cat and mouse now He is try mg to tell me w here to find him ” Continued from Page IA four acies of residential property or more than two acres of commercial property will be required to conduct drainage studies Rutherford said the major aim of the interim ordinance is to require any developer of any property to con trol his water coming off that proper ty " He added that while some developers have complained that the interim ordinance is loo strict, it is not as strict as the ordinance earlier in place "lf the ordinance dies * and this is the real irony of it all - then the or dinance goes back to the ordinance that was originally on the books Trying to do community good is scrapped if the ordinary*? is done away with.' Rutherford said The committee leader said the need for a drainage ordinance is evident by looking at the suburban areas surrounding any large city All we're doing is developing a blue print for the future It will be implemented as the development takes place." Rutherford said Dobrowolski said lie exj.*xts the permanent drainage ordinance, once completed, to be much more "reasonable'* than tile existing in terim one Before tile watershed stuoy is complete, tile committee will hold public meetings to gather input from the public concerning drainage "I think we’re going to come up with something that's more ac commodating to tile public as a whole," Dobrowolski said "It s go mg to be something that reflects the attitude of the community That's why it’s important for us to have as much public input as possible " Dobrowolski said he feels the drainage committee is made up of a cross section of iIm* communityDistrict Continued from Page 1A along Texas 46 and EM 306. Purgatory Road and along the county line New Braunfels Chamber president Jean Pfueffer. who owns a considerable of amount of property along the Guadalupe River, said, "I wholeheartedly aglee We need to have people who are users of the river help pay foi its upkeep.” Some feedback has been received at the lake area chamber office, said Wilhelm, of which he said to date none has been negative "Most of what we have heard has been inquiry about the district." he stated I am tor it said Wilhelm We need this type of thing The uh*i should participate in tile costs of litter control and upk»*ep of roads Commissioner JI h vans said that no public healings concerning the district have been scheduled but said he would consider such if he felt there was misinformation among county residents or if public tearing* would be beneficial to the success of tile district s approv al I supj*ose they are going to come out here and hold a public bearing, said Wilhelm adding They should have already don** that It takes a while to dissemmate information around the lake " ;