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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 16, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2 H yd New Texas January Continued from Page 1 they do not want to authorize perma nent financing until all government approval for the project is in Specht said Thursday that the Army Corps of Engineers permit to construct will be issued ac cording to corps The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and the Texas Water Commission have given GBRA their approval for construction of the generating Pedernales Elec tric Cooperative is appealing the water commission A hearing in Texas Court of Appeals is schedul ed for GBRA officials have requested changes to the FERC license which would reduce the amount of water to be pumped over the dam during work on the inside of the dam and would eliminate a requirement of a cons tant minimum flow from the NBU Director Al Kosko said Thurs day that if the minimum flow re quirement were not eliminated from the FERC he would not con tinue to support the I would want this project to come to a stand still if we can not go back to flow of the river as a release requirment from the Kosko The minimum release was includ TRAPS ed in the FERC license on the advice of the Fish and Wildlife Depart That department recommend ed the release to enhance the fish population In the stream below the The purpose of the dam was to protect and preserve the people not to protect and preserve said NBU Director Robert Gene president of the NBU spoke out In favor of the He said that he has con sidered the pros and cons of the pro ject for some I was not able to make up my mind real he I was on the The cost is all data of this project is based on Mornhinweg said the most recent estimates of the project portray it as a profitable one for the He said that If the project sees he will do everything he can to make sure the cost Is beneficial to NBU Orr termed the project a far sighted move on the part of He said legal procedures for opposi tion to the project are necessary but have been They com plicate the Issue but they are right God bless Its great that those protections are he Continued from Page 1 refusing any said congratulations to It is a very significant and competitive He noted that the associa tion won over entries from parks and leisure groups from all over the state including Austin and The 25yearold annual German sausage and beer a 10day attraction held every October that at tracts more than visitors from across the has donated more than for recreational facility Improvements include maintenance in Landa land scaping along the Comal con struction aid for Prince Solms and Hinman Island as well as money to save a 285yearold oak tree in Landa The near million figure exceeds total funds ever generated by city general obligation bond ac cording to With annual donations going to about 20 local organizations and monies raised by the 30 civic groups that participate as approximately goes toward local projects each year as a result of the Noting that planning for this years event by the associations 194 members Is already Herbelin said Wurstfest en compasses nearly volunteers annually to stage the Wurstfest was tabbed last November as one of the top attractions in the Public Records Arraignments Justice of the Peace Judge Doc Blanchard Frendo possession of co caine and possession of metliam bond Max assult on a peace Justice of the Peace Judge Curly Smith Robert Dobes criminal Glen criminal trespass Divorces Paul and Patricia Kim and William Civil Court Filings Texas District Court Corey and Linda Scutt Tom breach of lease Don Kirmise abd Krimise Con struction JSB New Braunfeis breach of Obituaries Mayme Schroeder Funeral services were held at 10 today at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the James Hinkhouse Burial follow ed at Taylor City Cemetery in died 14 at McKenna Memorial The daughter of August and Katie nee Rush she was born In She moved with her family to Bishop in 1926 and married Martin Schroeder on in Schroeder was a teacher in Bishop public school for 38 She received her masters and library science degrees from Texas In Schroeder moved to New Braunfeis and was active in various including Retired Teachers Newcomers and Literary Book She was a member of Pauls Lutheran Schroeder is survived by her hus band Martin Schroeder of New Braunfeis a daughter and soninlaw Myrna and Michael Schoenfeld of Austin a Michael of San An tonio and four Shel Michael and Mark Pallbearers were Royce Ed Will Bill Tommy and Nixon Memorials may be made to the Hospice New the American Cancer Society or the charity of ones Thelma Myers Memorial services for Thelma Myers will be at 2 Saturday at the First United Methodist Church with the Harold Zirkel con died 13 from in juries received when she was struck by an automobile 1 while walk ing with her sister and brotherinlaw on a Houston The woman driver of the automobile left the scene without giving aid or her The car was impounded by Houston police but the driver and her family have Myers was born Thelma White on March the fourth of six children to and Eula White in Callahan where she lived and worked until She married Randall Myers in Baird on 1945 and they lived in Chicago from 1945 to where Randall was manager of Lake District a magazine distribution agency which also employed They retired to New Braunfeis in 1970 and lived at the Landa Ran dall died in HeraldZeitung USPS377 800 Published Sunday Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfeis Herald Publishing 186 Castell or Drawer New Texas 78131 1328 Second Class oostage paid by New Braunfeis Herald Publishing at New DAVID KRAMER Editor and Publisher JIMWEBRE Managing Editor DEBORAH LAWRENCE Office Manager SANDI HUT1ER Retail Advertising Manager CHERYL Me CAMPBELL Classified Manager CAROL AVERY Circulation Manager MAGGIE LOMBARDO Composition Foreman GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman DANAOVERSTREET City Editor WANDA LASATER Lifestyles Editor TOM LABINSKI Sports Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and counties three six one Senior Citizens Discount carrier delivery six mon one Mail Delivery outside Comal in Ifexas three six one il outside Texas six one If you have not received your ewspaper by Tuesday brpugh or by call 6259144 or 6581900 If 7 and 11 respective Postmaster Send address Jianges Drawer levy Texas A proven package of corn hybrids for South 3165 One of the most widely planted fullseason corn hybrids in South Corn producers have re corded excellent yields with 3165 for the past three In they like its excellent heat and drouth and excellent staygreen qualities with late sea son plant health and 3110 Developed especially for South this full season yielder grows fast and produces a broad leaf It stands better than 3165 and offers good resistance to MDMV and Southern and North ern Leaf Its staygreen ability is outstanding and 3110s grain is hard See your Pioneer sales representative New Braunfeis 6255001 Registered trademark ol Pioneer HiBred Inc Pioneer is a brand name numbers identity varieties and products Ploneer brand PWhKts are SOIQ sublet to the terms and condi tions ol sale which are part ol the labeimfl and sale tocumems Both and Myers were devout members of the Methodist both In Chicago and New Thelma was loved by all who knew including her three sisters and one brother who survive as well as one brother who proceeded her in Memorials may be made to the First United Methodist New or the charity of ones Leroy Penshorn Arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Leroy Penshorn of 4138 Longvale In San died 15 at Northeast Baptist Hospital in San Lawrence John Olson Services are pending at Doep penschmidt Funeral Home for Lawrence John Olson of 20 Ridge Drive In New died 16 at McKenna Memorial Paul Thompson Graveside services for Paul Thompson of 5402 27th in Lubbock will be at 2 Monday at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park with the Linwood Kennedy of New Braunfeis Thomp died 15 at Marys Hospital in Thompson was born July to James William and Sarah Alice nee Benton Thompson in He mar ried Beverly Fellers in Corpus Christi on Thompson was a professor in the Texas Tech Mathematics Department and was a member of the John United Methodist Church in He received his bachelor of arts and master of arts degrees at the Univer sity of New Mexico and was awarded a doctor of education degree at Texas Tech Thompson retired from Texas Tech University in August 1985 after 22 He was a member of Masonic Lodge and was a veteran of the Army Air Survivors include his Beverly Thompson of Lubbock three Sara Jo Thompson of Mary Lynn Sodders of Wichita Falls and Patricia Pogue of New Braunfeis one Howard Lee Thompson of Lubbock two Mary Ray of San Antonio and Marge King of Channel view two Thompson of and Hayes Thompson of and six Memorials may be made to the Paul Harris Mathematics Scholar ship Fund at Texas Tech Helmuth Herman Wittenborn Services for Helmuth Herman Wit tenborn of 387 Mill will be at 10 Monday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Lin wood Kennedy of New Braunfeis of Burial will follow In Comal died 15 at Colonial Manor Nursing Wittenborn was a retired insurance salesman and a member of the First Protestant United Church of He was a member of Germania Farmer Survivors include four grandchildren and 10 great Visitation will begin Friday after noon at the funeral home and con tinue until service time Weather Water Watch Comal Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Edwards Texas Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Cloudy and colder with a chance of rain all sections tonight and Lows tonight in the mid 30s Hill Country to near 40 north and the mid 50s Highs Saturday from near 40 north to the upper 50s south with upper 30s Hill WEST TEXAS Travelers advisory for Panhandle and South Plains tonight and Colder with a chance of snow most sections tonight and north A chance of rain south Continued cold Lows tonight near 10 Panhandle to lower 30s Big Bend Highs Saturday mid teens Panhandle to lower 40s far west and Big same cfs same cfs same down down Extended Forecast Sunday through Tuesday SOUTH TEXAS A chance of rain southern sections Sunday and Mon day and partly cloudy Continued Highs Sunday near north to the lower 50s south and highs Monday in the 40s north to 50s Lows Sunday and Monday in the mid 20s north to the lower 40s Part ly cloudy over all South Texas Tues day with highs in the 40s and 50s and lows in the rnid 20s Hill Country to near 40 lower Rio Grande WEST TEXAS Continued cold Sunday through Chance snow north and far west sunday and again far West Texas Lows Panhandle around Highs upper 20s to near McKenna Memorial Hospital and Michael Gallegos 1860 Katy 8 8 ounce boy Barney Handrick 1235 Gruene Loop Road 4 14 ounce boy Attention Cedar Allergy Sufferers Volunteers needed with Allergic Eye Symptoms for a New Eye Medication Volunteers must be between the ages of 12 Participants will be If Interested Call Frank 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