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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 29, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas October ither 1987 Right on the button Water Watch Comal down B Canyon Uko down 6 Canyon Uko down 624 Canyon Uko down Edwards up of office at Canyon Dam to an official collection point for recyclable aluminum donated to help tha a veteran of two World that now away In Take bavarage to tha office between I and Monday through For more caN Lows upper Ms Ma Part Arthur to Port OConnor tastfa wind near tt knots seas I to ft feet throuftt Port OConnor to Brownsville Southeast wind U to SaturdayMonday SOUTH TEXAS Uttle or pfsdpitation through Pwtty cloudy days to generally fair nigMa through Monday with little chance in Lowe will range in the upper 4k north to the Mi central end southeast and In the Mi ooutlt and coaetal Dally Mghe in the upper north and generally in the Ms NORTH TEXAS A elight chance of rain over the weetem half of the area Saturday and No rain expected Higha generally in the mid 70s to around Lows in the WEST TEXAS Scattered thunderstorms areawide Saturday and east of the moun tains Otherwise partly cloudy throughout the Cooler A little wanner Panhandle Panhan mid Highs upper 60s Saturday and Sunday war ming to mid TOe South near SO to mid Highs lower 70s to mid Permian mid 50s to near Highs mid 70s to upper Concho upper 90s to mid Highs upper Far around Highs mid 70s to upper Big near 40 mountains to upper 90s along the Rio Highs mid 70s mountains to near 90 along the FortCMt SOUTH TEXAS Mostly fair Brief morning cloudiness central and west other wise partly Highs near 90 lower Rio Grande 90 knots through gusty near shore during the Seas 4 to feet with isolated NORTH TEXAS Increasing cloudiness west and fair east tonight Mostly cloudy west and partly cloudy east Friday with a slight chance of showers extreme Highs today 71 to Lows tonight 96 to Highs Friday WEST TEXAS Isolated thunderstorms far west this af spreading into the Pecos Valley Isolated to scat tered thunderstorms areawide Highs today lower Me north to middle 10s south and far except lower 90s Big Bend Lows tonight near 90 mountains and lower 90s north to lower 60s Concho and Big Bend Highs Friday middle TOe north to lower 80s except near 90 Big Bend Texas Weather The greater part of Texas had clear skies this morning as an upper level high pressure system just west of the state continued to influence the weather the National Weather Service Some high level clouds were moving across the western sec tions of the Southerly winds at 5 to 15 mph breezed across most except in the transpecos where the winds were light and Temperatures at 4 were in the 50s and 60s Obituaries Robert Ebensberger Funeral services were scheduled for this afternoon at 2 for New Braunfelser Robert who passed away 27 at Four Seasons Nursing Home in San An was born in New Braunfels to Robert and Anna nee Laux He lived here until moving to San Antonio in Services were to be held at Ceasar Kerns Funeral Home in San Antonio with burial to follow in Comal He is survived by a Clarence of San Antonio four Oscar of Pleasent Charlie of Kerrville Eddie of Seguin Henry of New Braunfels two Cecila Sch midt and Agnes both of New Braunfels two a gran daughter and two step The family has requested in lieu of memorials be made to the charity of ones Police Reports Police Monday morning arrested Kevin Derral of 1336 Winding on a charge of attempting to elude He was stopped at Gruene Road and Loop 337 following a chase with Family violence resulted in injuries Monday evening to a woman in the 2900 block of West Katy No arrests or charges were made by Burglary of a motor vehicle in the 100 block fo Landa Street Monday evening resulted in the theft of stereo speakers and valued at A set of license plates were stolen from a vehicle overnight Saturday while on Interstate 35 frontage road between Solms Road and Rueckle Criminal mischief to a residence occurred overnight Sunday in the 100 block of South Hill Criminal mischief to a vehicle was reported Monday in the 300 block of South Market Criminal mischief to a business was reported overnight Saturday in the 1600 block of Spur A 40yearold Austin contractor reported to police Sunday the theft of his 1M7 Chevy Suburban stolen from the corner of Liberty and West Austin The dark and light gray in color and bearing Teias license plates contained thousands of dollars worth of electronic equip ment and other A portable VCR and video tapes were taken from a house Saturday in the WO block of Ohio Burglary of a processing plant Suaday resulted in the theft of an undttansiined amount of Tte iadeot occurred in the block of North Cuenthar An electric amplifier and stolen fra The stolen items were valued at A vehicle was used to damage a sign and flagpole at a restaurant early Sunday morning in the 14000 block of 135 Criminal mischief was reported at an apartment overnight Saturday in the 600 block of Bavarian A valued at was stolen from a backyard of a residence over the weekend in the 200 block of East Faust A Houston Andrew John was arrested and charged with driving while license Criminal mischief to a school building occurred Saturday at New Braunfels High In a related a 16yearold student reported criminal mischief to her car in the schools parking Burglary of a business overnight Friday was reported in the 1100 block of Landa Damage to the building was estimated at A VCR and video tapes were stolen from a residence late Friday or early Saturday in the aoo block of The stolen items were valued at A im Mazda was reported stolen Saturday morning from a McKenna Memorial Hospital parking The silver and pay car bears Texas license plates Carmela of was arrested at a department store Saturday evening in the block of 135 West and charged with Class theft after allegedly valued at dtaf aay aaseived asked te call Crisse is give Mr i from a or early Suaday to thf W Mock of Gruene pay rewaNs ot ap to U iasenuftea hat la aa tisjjsn H4II far Precincts Check your voter registration card for your precinct 1 American Legion Home Comal Post 410 West Cross New 2 Cross Lutheran Church Activities 169 South New 3 Fire Station Loop 337 and Ham New 4 Comal Elementary FM New 5 Bracken off FM 6 First United Methodist Wesley 572 West San Antonio New 7 Holy Family Church CCD 245 South New 8 Fire Station 501 Kerlick New Mission Valley Bowling Texas 46 New 10 Bulverde Community Bulverde and Ammann 11 Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church 138 West Austin New 12 Comal County Maintenance Building Road Texas 46 New 13 Startz 14 Smithson Valley High FM Smithson 15 Fraternal Order of Eagles 257 East South New 16 Faith United 970 Loop New 17 River City Log FM 306 at Bretzke New 18 Canyon City Fire FM 306 at Canyon Canyon 19 Fischer Com munity FM 20 Canyon High School 1510 Interstate New 21 Spring Branch Lodge Spring 22 Seele 540 New 23 Eden Home for the 631 New 24 Absentee County Clerks Comal County Suzanne Wurstfests executive hands and a bundle of goodies to Milton who won the fourth week of the Count the Opas contest in the New Braunfels The contest runs weekly through the end of Wurst Scheel also won a sixpack of Wurstfest can four tickets to the Wurstfest and a bumper Count the Opas entry forms are found in every Thursday edition of the 3 Continued from 1 Amendment 19 The constitutional amendment authorizing the issuance of general obligation bonds to fund un dertakings related to a superconducting super collider research facility sponsored or authorized by the United States and to make appropriate grants for such Amendment 20 The constitutional amendment to authorize the legislature to provide ad valorem tax relief for certain offshore drilling equipment that is not in Amendment 21 The constitutional amendment permitting the legislature to include the speaker of the house of representatives or the speakers appointee in the membership of an executive agency or Amendment 22 The constitutional amendment to allow the legislature to limit the authority of the governor to fill vacancies in the state and district offices during the end of a governors term if the governor is not re Amendment 23 The constitutional amendment to authorize the issuance of an additional million of Texas Water Development Bonds for water water quality and flood control Amendment 24 The constitutional amendment to permit a county to perform without for another governmental Amendment 25 The constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to permit the Amarillo Hospital District to serve certain residents of Randall to authorize Randall County to provide financial assitancc to the and to authorize certain hospital districts to change their Proposition 1 The State Board of Education shall be composed of members who are appointed from districts instead of with equal representation from throughout the State of Proposition 2 The legaliziation of parimutuel wagering under the Texas Racing Act on a countybycounty local option County Option Election Proposition 1 Legalizing parimutuel wagering on horses in Comal Proposition 2 Creating the Comal County Water Oriented Recreation District to include certain unincorporated areas of the county to provide for the collection of user fees and user sales taxes within the district for the purpose of funding additional law sanitary road litter and other services as authorized by enabling commissioner resigning post AUSTIN AP Although he there is still work to be done within the state thrift Texas Savings and Loan Commissioner Union Bowman III is leaving his post to go into a private consulting As I end 10 years of service to my Im gratified at having had this Bowman told the savings and loan section of the Finance Commission of Texas Theres still much more to do Stick em up Youve not a fantastic amount of real estate out there thats owned by savings and loans he has got to be done with In a statement to the financial sections governing Bowman said of his time as This has been a difficult economic time for Texas and its savings and It has not been easy or to say the to act as a regulator during such a period of But it has been a responsibility which I have not taken he Dary Stone of elected chairman of the financial section told We appreciate everything youve done Youve had one of the if not the difficult jobs in slate within the department and within the savings and loan but Im confident that there remains among the staff and the commission the determination and energy to make even more he said he has been planning the move since January because he became vested in the state retirement system this His resignation from the year job is effective Bowman said his retirement as suite savings and loan commissioner is not related to controversy that arose this year over his partnership in a real estate company with the former chairman of a failed Dallas In financial disclosure Bowman listed a partnership in Cottonwood Investments with former Vernon Savings lxan Association chairman Patrick Vernon was declared insolvent this and regulators charged in a federal lawsuit that King and other former officers looted the This decision to resign was made back in said who has been com missioner since 1983 and became vested in the state retirement plan at the end of Bowman said his consulting firm will be based in Austin and will offer a variety of services to financial It will specialize in helping savings and loans handje newly acquired real he Correction Pertaining to the Buy For Less Ad that ran in 28 HeraldZeitung and in 29 Comal County Five items were inadver tently left off the The actual register tape is as shown IESUEUK SAUCE FRT JUIC up by Ro Hoidan as f w Saloon at a party hosted by of Laureate Upailon Chapter of Btta Signnan The party took place at tha Store at Conaarvation Plaza Photo by Frances Bridges The HeraldZeitung apologizes for any inconvenience this may have m K SOUP cv PLrv   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