New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 1, 1987, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 01, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 1, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 Herald-Ze/fung New Braunfels TexasWeather Tuesday. December 1. 1987 RebateWater Watch Comal River...........................418 cfs (same) Canyon Lake inflow.....................305 cfs (same) Canyon Lake outflow...................71    cfs (down I)* Canyon Lake level.....................902.49    (up .20) Edwards Aquifer....................627.94    (down    .02) "At the request of the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority, the dam gates are closed and GBRA has begun pumping water over the dam through its newly constructed pipeline The U S Corps ot 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    lower    coast    and    lower valley Saturday SOUTH TEXAS: Fair to partly    NORTH TEXAS No rain ex- cloudy through Wednesday A pected Thursday through Satur slight chance of showers    day Highs in the 60s Thursday, southeast Wednesday Highs to-    mid 60s to lower 70s Friday, and in day 60s north to 70s far south,    the 70s Saturday Lows in the mid overnight lows 80s Hill Country to    30s to lower 40s Thursday, and in mid-50s lower coast w ith 40s    the 40s Friday and Saturday elsew here Warmer Wednesday    WEST TEXAS Mostly fair with with highs 70s north to low 80s mild days and cool nights Highs lower Rio Grande Valiev    m the 60s and 70s. low s in the 30s NORTH TEXAS: Fair through and40s Wednesday with highs from near    Texas 60 to mid-60s and lows mainly 30s WEST TEXAS: Generally sun- Skies were mostly clear across ny days and fair nights through Texas early this morning as a Wednesday Warmer wednesday cool. dry ridge of high pressure at Highs today 52 Panhandle to 73 the surface and aloft dominated Big Bend, overnight lows 26 moun- the weather pattern over the tains and Panhandle to 36 Big state Bend Highs Wednesday 57 But patchy areas of dense fog Panhandle to 75 Big Bend    had developed over parts of the PORT ARTHUR TO PORT middle Rio Grande Plains and the O’CONNOR Northeast w inds lower valley where a dense fog ad near IO knots, seas 2 to 3 feet visors was posted the National tonight Winds becoming Weather Service said Visibilities southwest near 15 mph. seas 3 to 5 before dawn dropped to three feet w ith w idely scattered miles at Brownsville while Laredo showers Wednesday    was reporting l-16th of a mile PORT O’CONNOR TO Temperatures before dawn BROWNSVILLE Variable east were in the 2us over the High winds near IO knots, seas 2 to 3 Plains and the mountainous feet tonight Winds becoming southwest while parts of the southwest near 15 mph. seas 3 to 5 coastal plains had readings in the feet Wednesday    50s Temperatures in the His and _ A . ^ _    40s were the rule over the rest of Extended Forecasts Texas Thursday-Saturday    Early morning extremes were 21 degrees at Marfa in the Davis SOI TH TEXAS Generally fair Mountains to 53 degrees at with mild to warm days and cool Galveston and the Naval Air Sta a    I    tion in Corpus Christi night Daytime highs in the 60s West and northwest winds and 70s Thursday and Friday, in breezed across most of the state at the 70s to near Ho lower Rio speeds generally in the 5 to lo Grande valley Saturday Over- mph night lows m the 30s hill country    Highs this afternoon will range 50s lower coast and lower valley from the lower 50s in the Panhan 40s elsewhere Thursday and Fri die to the 70s over the Big Bend day and in the 40s and Sos 60s and far South Texas Continued from Page I authority’s hydroelectric generation at the six dams within its watershed produce “very, very cheap electricity .” Bartley said the Public Utilities Commission will consider the proposed fuel rebate Wednesday and could adjust the amount somewhat “lf (PUC officials) act on it Wednesday. I feel sure we could get the rebate out by the end of the year or maybe before Christmas.” he said The fuel rebate comes just after the PUC’s approval for a 12.5 percent rate increase which will be charged to NBU and four months after the NBL’ board approved an annual budget including a $2 million in crease rn power costs NBU’s power costs for the 1987-88 fiscal year are up from approximately $7 million to S9Obituaries million Power costs, the expense involved in obtaining electricity from LCRA. differ from fuel costs which cover the purchase of coal used to produce electricity Thompson said earlier today that NBU officials likely will approach the New Braunfels City Council seek ing approval of a proposed w ater and sewage rate increase He added that a power cost adjustment also will in crease electrical ratesSchools Continued from Page I bond issue. Bradbury said He said this is the first time in Texas history that school accreditation has been tied to class size HB 72 limits primary classes to 22 students "That s a new phenomenon for Texas I'm sure it s going to bring about some quality, but there are going to be costs. ’’ he said Currently. NBISD exceeds the state limit from class size in early grades Bradbur\ added that NBISD of Rosa G. Perez Rosa G Pere? Ty died Nov 29 at Humana Hospital in San Antonio Services were at 2 p rn today at Holy Family Catholic Church with the Rev Frances Maas officiating Burial was in Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery Perez was born Dec 16. 1906 in Mexico to Diomco and Rumaldo nee Cisneros Galvez She married Ramon Perez who preceded her in death on Aug 4    1970 A New Braunfels resident since 1943 Perez was a member of the Guadalupanas Society of Holy Family Catholic Church Survivors include one daughter Rebecca Scheffel of san Antonio two sons Ruben Perez and Roberto Perez both of New Braunfels four sisters Felicidad Gonzales Julia Pena Maria Perez and Maximma Perez, all of San Antonio one brother Juan Manuel Galvez of ''an Antonio eight grandchildren and five great grandchildren Pallbearers included Raynaldo Perez Juan Manuel Perez Jr David Gaytan Pete Villanueva Dtonicto Galvez Jr and Arturo Pena A rosary was recited at 7 p rn Mon day at Holy Family Catholic Church Services were under the direction of Morales Funeral HomeJo Anne Herman Jo Anne Herman 60 of 117»U*est died Non 29 at her bonn* \ New Braunfels resident for nine years she w as a housew lit- and .1 member of the First Methodist Church flcials are looking for direction about land acquisition Part of the bond package includes some $195,(HK) which would be designated for purchasing land for future school facilities The superintendent has said that another school will be need ed in addition to the proposed elementary school rn the not-too distant future "Basically, we're looking for some direction from the voters Do they want us to buy land and plan for the future or do they want to wait until the growth is here and know we’re going to need it'’” Bradbury said Asked when a new middle school will be built the superintendent said “I can tell you that within about four years we re going to have to do something about the middle school Pennzoil, committee oppose Texaco filing Herman was born April 12 1927 in Smith County Kan to Norman and Margaret nee Locke Shelter She married Marc ll Herman in Mankato Kan in November 1947 Survivors include her husband Marc H Herman of New Braunfels three daughters Lynnda Jo Thornberg of Fayetteville N C Marilyn Sue Callaghan of North Royalton Ohio and I^eslie Anne Herman of New Braunfels two sons Kenneth Mark Herman of Salem Ore and David Paul Herman of New Braunfels one brother Kenneth Shelter ot Ix)s Angeles and tour grandchildren Arrangements were under the direction of Zoeller Funeral HomeIrma Wenzel Irma Wenzel 72 of 342 I- Bridge St died Nov 28 at McKenna Memorial Hostpial services were at IO a rn Tuesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev J Lin wood Kennedy officiating Burial was in Comal Cemetery Wenzel was born sept 27 1915 to Edward and Ida nee Reeh Altwem Sr She was a shipping clerk for West Point Pepperel and was a member of the First Protestant t mted Church of Christ She also was a member of the Fraternal < irder ut Eagles Survivors include one vin Larry E Wenzel of san Antonio two sisters Verena Allwem Seekatz and Margaret Mtwetn Hassmann both of New Braunfels one brother Eddie Allwein Jr of New Braunfels and one grandchild Memorials may tie given to th* charity of one s» hoice WHITE PLAINS N V AP Pennzoil Co and an industry com mittee say Texaco’s request (or an extension on the filing of its reorganization plan is an attempt to buy time while it pressures Pennzoil into a settlement ot the more than $10 billion award against it Texaco has frittered away the last extension and seems unlikely to make better use of any further exten sion said papers filed Monday by Pennzoil and the committee Texaco Inc which is protected from creditors by Chapter ll of the federal bankruptcy code won a 12i> day extension on the deadline to tile its reorganization plan but that runs out Dec 8 Texaco wants an exten sion to June 30 Texaco filed for bankruptcy pro tectlon after a Texas jury awarded Pennzoil more than $10 billion s,i\ mg Texaco illegally interfered with Pennzoil s takeover ot Getty Oil Co The Texas Supreme Court refused to hear the case and Texaco is seek mg to have the matter heard before thet S supremeCourl Pennzoil charged Monday that Texaco was seeking to file a plan that pays all creditors rn full except Penn zoil oral arguments were Wednesday ft Public Records District Clerk Civil F ilmqs F irst Federal Cavings and U»an of New Braunfels \s Robert Mtkheison Darrell Nichols and Craig s New house suit on note Bexar Fllectric Co Inc vs Newell 0 Roberts breach of contract Director of Mate Employees Worker s Compensation Division of the state of leva" vs t arrie I White worker scompensation Kenneth D Hue vs Cypr« lustrum Inc suit on note C L Hank vs Roy J scott note T ressie Russell vs M< 1 dkler scut on note Wesley m* 11 a) vs Norman foreign judgement Ram ho Del Lago Ira vs Nuvid* Ruiz and Marx M Ruu -let on rn t* Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Mr ar, I Mrs Jas p Myers 4 1‘SS In S w Pe*. ounce b* in sr Mi. 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