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 I New texas Weather December Water Watch cfs same Canyon Lake cfs same Canyon Lake cfs down Canyon Lake up Edwards down request of the Guadalupe Blanco River the dam gates are closed and GBRA hat begun pumping water over the dam through its newly constructed pipeline The Corps of Engineers office at Canyon Dam is an official collection point for recyclable aluminum cans donated to help save the Battleship a veteran of two World Wars that is now rusting away in Take beverage cans to the corps office between 8 and Monday through For more call Forecasts SOUTH TEX AS Fair to partly cloudy through A slight chance of showers southeast Highs to day 60s north to 70s far overnight lows 30s Hill Country to mid50s lower coast with 40s Warmer Wednesday with highs 70s north to low 80s lower Rio Grande NORTH TEXAS Fair through Wednesday with highs from near 60 to mid60s and lows mainly WEST TEXAS Generally sun ny days and fair nights through Warmer Highs today 52 Panhandle to 73 Big overnight lows 26 moun tains and Panhandle to 36 Big Highs Wednesday 57 Panhandle to 75 Big PORT ARTHUR TO PORT OCONNOR Northeast winds near 10 seas 2 to 3 feet Winds becoming southwest near 15 seas 3 to 5 feet with widely scattered showers PORT OCONNOR TO BROWNSVILLE Variable east winds near 10 seas 2 to 3 feet Winds becoming southwest near 15 seas 3 to 5 feet Extended Forecasts ThursdaySaturday SOUTH TEXAS Generally fair with mild to warm days and cool a t Daytime highs in the 60s and 70s Thursday and in the 70s to near 80 lower Rio Grande valley Over night lows in the 30s hill 50s lower coast and lower 40s elsewhere Thursday and Fri day and in the 40s and 60s lower coast and lower valley NORTH TEXAS No rain ex pected Thursday through Satur Highs in the 60s mid 60s to lower 70s and in the 70s Lows in the mid 30s to lower 40s and in the 40s Friday and WEST TEXAS Mostly fair with mild days and cool Highs in the 60s and lows in the 30s and Texas Skies were mostly clear across Texas early this morning as a dry ridge of high pressure at the surface and aloft dominated the weather pattern over the But patchy areas of dense fog had developed over parts of the middle Rio Grande Plains and the lower valley where a dense fog ad visory was the National Weather Service Visibilities before dawn dropped to three miles at Brownsville while Laredo was reporting l16th of a Temperatures before dawn were in the 20s over the High Plains and the mountainous southwest while parts of the coastal plains had readings in the Temperatures in the 30s and 40s were the rule over the rest of Early morning extremes were 21 degrees at Marfa in the Davis Mountains to 53 degrees at Galveston and the Naval Air Sta tion in Corpus West and northwest winds breezed across most of the state at speeds generally in the 5 to 10 Highs this afternoon will range from the lower 50s in the Panhan dle to the 70s over the Big Bend and far South Continued from Page t authoritys hydroelectric generation at the six dams within Its watershed produce very cheap electrici Bartley the Public Utilities Commission will consider the propos ed fuel rebate Wednesday and could adjust the amount If PUC officials act on It 1 feel sure we could get the rebate out by the end of the year or maybe before he The fuel rebate comes just after the PUCs approval for a percent rate Increase which will be charged to NBU and four months after the NBU board approved an annual budget including a million in crease n power NBUs power costs for the 198788 fiscal year are up from approximately million to Obituaries Power the expense in volved in obtaining electricity from differ from fuel costs which cover the purchase of coal used to produce Thompson said earlier today that NBU officials likely will approach the New Braunfels City Council seek ing approval of a proposed water and sewage rate He added that a power cost adjustment also will in crease electrical Continued from Page 1 bond Bradbury He said this Is the first time In Texas history that school accreditation has been tied to class HB 72 limits primary classes to 22 Thats a new phenomenon for Im sure Its going to bring about some but there are go ing to be he NBISD exceeds the state limit from class size in early Bradbury added that NBISD of Rosa Perez Rosa died 29 at Humana Hospital in San Services were at 2 today at Holy Family Catholic Church with the Frances Maas Burial was in Peter and Paul Catholic Perez was born in Mexico to Dionico and Rumaldo nee Cisneros She married Ramon Perez who preceded her in death on A New Braunfels resident since Perez was a member of the Guadalupanas Society of Holy Family Catholic Survivors include one Rebecca Scheffel of San Antonio two Ruben Perez and Roberto both of New Braunfels four Felicidad Julia Maria Perez and Maximina all of San Antonio one Juan Manuel Galvez of San Antonio eight grandchildren and five Pallbearers included Raynaldo Juan Manuel Perez David Pete Dionicio Galvez and Arturo Pena A rosary was recited at 7 Mon day at Holy Family Catholic Services were under the direction of Morales Funeral Jo Anne Herman Jo Anne of 1170 Lee died 29 at her A New Braunfels resident for nine she was a housewife and a member of the First Methodist Herman was born April in Smith to Norman and Margaret nee Locke She married Marc Herman in in November Survivors include her Marc Herman of New Braunfels three Lynnda Jo Thornberg of Marilyn Sue Callaghan of North and Leslie Anne Herman of New Braunfels two Kenneth Mark Herman of and David Paul Herman of New Braunfels one Kenneth Sheffer of Los Angeles and four Arrangements were under the direction of Zoeller Funeral Irma Wenzel Irma of 342 Bridge died 28 at McKenna Memorial Services were at 10 Tuesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Lin wood Kennedy Burial was in Comal Wenzel was born to Edward and Ida nee Reeh Altwein She was a shipping clerk for West Point Pepperel and was a member of the First Protestant United Church of She also was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles Survivors include one Larry Wenzel of San two Verena Altwein Seekalz and Margaret Altwein both of New one Eddie Altwein of New Braunfels and one Memorials may be given to the charitv of ones choice flclals are looking for direction about land Part of the bond package includes some which would be designated for pur chasing land for future school The superintendent has said that another school will be need ed in addition to the proposed elementary school In the nottoo distant were looking for some direction from the 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 were going to need It Bradbury Asked when a new middle school will be the superintendent said I can tell you that within about four years were going to have to do something about the middle committee oppose Texaco filing WHITE AP Pennzoil and an industry1 com mittee say Texacos request for an extension on the filing of Its reorganization plan is an attempt to buy time while it pressures Pennzoil Into a settlement of the more than billion award against Texaco has frittered away the last extension and seems unlikely to make betteruse of any further exten said papers filed Monday by Pennzoil and the Texaco which is protected from creditors by Chapter 11 of the federal bankruptcy won a 120 day extension on the deadline to file Its reorganization but that runs out Texaco wants an exten sion to June Texaco filed for bankruptcy pro tection after a Texas jury awarded Pennzoil more than say Ing Texaco illegally interfered with Pennzolls takeover of Getty Oil The Texas Supreme Court refused to hear the and Texaco Is seek ing to have the matter heard before the Supreme Pennzoil charged Monday that Texaco was seeking to file a plan that pays all creditors In full except Penn Oral arguments were set for Wednesdav Public Records District Clerk Civil Filings First Federal Savings and Loan of New Braunfels vs Robert Darrell Nichols and Craig suit on Bexar Electric Inc Newell Roberts breach of contract Director of State Employees Workers Compensation Division of the State of Texas vs Carrie L workers compensation Kenneth D Rice Cypress In Inc suit on note Bank vs Hoy J suit on note Tressle Russell vs Maureen suit on note Wesley Medical vs Norman foreign judgement Rancho Del Inc vs Navidaci Ruiz and Marv M suit on note Births Me Kenna Hospital Memorial Mr and Mrs Jay 1 S W Pecan in 8pound 6ounce Nov 28 Mr and Mrs George in Glenn Brook 3 ounce girl Nov Mr and Mrs German Kscabfdo N Live Oak 7pound boy Now Thru Dec 31 ST Clearing Out Overstocked Furnishings In Dining Livingroom Hot vingsup bo Johnson Furniture NewBraunfals Tx 7813O fVIF S53U Free Finance Professional Interior Design Service Available ;