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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 8, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas Weather December One off a kind Water Watch Comal Canyon Lake cfs down 517 Canyon Lake cfs down Canyon Lake up Edwards down the request of the Guadalupe Blanco River the dam gates are closed and GBRA has begun pumping water over the dam through its newly constructed pipeline The US 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 180064TEXAS Forecasts SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy with mild afternoons and cool at night through Early morning fog along the immediate coastal Lows tonight in the 40s to mid 50s NORTH TEXAS Clear and cool Increasing clouds on Wednesday with a chance of showers west and Highs to day in the upper 60s to the mid Lows tonight in the Highs on Wednesay in the mid 60s to the lower WEST TEXAS Mostly clear through Increasing clouds and colder Panhandle and South Plains mostly fair Lows tonight mid 20s in the Panhandle to the mid 30s south plains and far West to near 40 Permian Basin Concho Valley and along the Rio Highs Wednesday near 50 Panhandle to around 60s in the Concho and Rio Grande Extended Forecasts NORTH TEXAS A chance of showers and turning cooler early Thursday west and late Thursday Clear to partly cloudy Fri day and A slight chance of showers east again Lows will be from the mid 30s to the mid 40s Thursday and in the 30s Friday and Highs will be from the mid 50s to the lower SOUTH TEXAS A chance of showers central and east Thurs decreasing clouds from the west and Mostly fair with mild days and cool nights Friday and Lows Thursday from the 40s north to the 50s near 60 extreme Lows Friday and Saturday from the 30s north to the 40s near 50 extreme Highs from the 60s north to the 70s WEST TEXAS Dry through Warmer but cooler lows Highs South lows near 30 to upper Highs lower 60s to mid Permian lows Highs mid 60s to upper Concho lows Highs Far lows Highs near 60 to upper Big lows 20s mountains to mid 30s to upper 20s Highs upper 50s mountains to upper 60s along the Texas A fog formed over Texas today and limited visibility over the coastal plains and East Texas replacing low clouds that moved out of the eastern half of the But in West Texas skies were generally clear with some scat tered high level The wind over the state was from variable directions with speeds in the 5 mph to 10 mph the Panhandle had a strong gusty west Some gusts were near 40 miles an the National Weather Ser vice Early morning state temperatures were in the 40s and 50s with a few readings in the 30s over the higher elevations of the The 4 state temperature extremes were a low of 35 degrees at Marfa and a high of 59 degrees at the Corpus Christi Naval Air In the mostly clear tonight over West Texas and North Jacque Zunker was honored tor her work as president of New Braunfels Area Quilt Guild with a friendship basket quilt top made by guild Members stitched and signed the quilt squares that were later put together to form the Bonds Continued from Page 1 coming with a she add Its exciting to be in a growing We see all those classes over at Memorial and were excited about Were also excited about the 22tol ratio because the smaller the the better the learning en MacUonald The principal added that classes at her school have an average of 27 to 28 Those numbers exceed the maximum class size recommended by the 1 was real impressed when I came here with the amount of planning that had been But the movement in to the district is greater than we could have MacDonald said The principal is in her second year as She added that she has noticed several families moving into the district from out of state and a number of families moving to New Braunfels while working in San An tonio If Proposition 1 of the proposed bond issue the elementary school will house secondgrade students from Memorial Primary and third graders from Carl kindergarteners and first and secondgraders within NBlSDs southern attendance zone attend fourthand fifth graders in that zone attend Carl The new elementary school would be built on school district property adjacent to Also included in Proposition 1 is for improvements at Seele Elementary The im provements would include conver ting the present gymnasium into classrooms and building a new metal building to serve as a Also in Proposition will be allocated toward redirection of traf fic around Lone Star Proposition if will add 4 cents per valuation to the NBISD tax meaning that persons with homes valued at would pay an additional Obituaries Eugene Meyer Services for Eugene Meyer of 85 Mission Drive will be at 10 Wednesday at the Church in the Valley with the Mark Simpson Burial will be in Fischer died 7 at Humana Hospital in San He was born in Austin to Theo Philip and Antonie nee Von Boeckmanm He married Vivian Lee Pen Police Report Police were searching late Sun day afternoon for a person driving a brown pickup reportedly involved in an attempt to steal another pickup from a parking lot of a discount store in the 100 block of Interstate A towbar was used in the failed The suspect vehicle Theft of three firearms and a pellet gun occurred sometime last week from the garage of a residence in the 200 block of Cardinal Street and was reported to police The stolen items were valued at Merchandise valued at was recovered from the purse of a suspected shoplifter Friday evening at a department store in the 200 block of Interstate 35 No charges were according to police Police early Saturday morning arrested Kenneth Ray age of the 200 block of East on a charge of Class C He was arrested in the 600 block of South Walnut Comal ISD officials reported Friday theft of a portable valued at taken sometime within the past three weeks from Ca nyon High School Police Saturday afternoon ar rested Donna of the 12UO block of South on a charge of Class B She was arrested in the 600 block of South Walnut Street Tomasa of the 200 block of North Krueger was ar rested Friday evening in the Goo block of 81 West and charged with Class B No injuries or arrests were reported as the result of a family disturbance that occurred Sunday evening in the 200 block of South Krueger Criminal mischief was reported over the weekend at the following locations 200 block of South Live 1200 block of Churchill 900 block of Lazy 1300 block of Cedar 1600 block of West and 100 block of Willow Persons with information regar ding any unsolved felony crime are asked to call Crime Stoppers at 620 day or and speak to the officer on Callers are not asked to give their Crime Stoppers pays rewards of up to for in formation that leads to an arrest and grand jury conviction of persons committing felony ney in San Antonio on July A New Braunfels resident since Meyer was a retired creamery operator and a He worked in the creamery business for 20 years A member of the Church in the Meyer was a mason and a charter member of the Shriners Ben Hur Temple and Austin Lodge 12 for more than 60 He also was a member of the Canyon Lake Shriner Survivors include her Vivian Meyer of New one Anne Brightwell of Lake Jackson one Theo Mayer of Austin four grandchildren and 10 Memorials may be made to the Church of Visitation will be at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home until Lena Elsie Moser Lena Klsie of 134J Ervenberg died 5 at McKenna Memorial Hospital Graveside ser vices were at 11 Monday at Hillside Cemetery in Cuero Moser was born June to Lewis and Ida i nee Vorwerk i Schreider in She was the widow of Guy Moser who died in 1951 A resident of New Braunfels for five Moser was a housewife and a member of Grace Lutheran Church in Houston She also worked many hours with the Democratic Party in Survivors include one Doris Thomas of New Braunfels one James Guy Moser of two Agnes Duerr and Olga both of San An one Louis Schreider of Houston five grandchildren and five Memorials may be made lo Grace Lutheran Church in Houston or to the charity of ones choice Services were under the direction of Doep penschmidt Funeral Home Irene Ella Tolle Services or Irene Ella Tolle o Route Box will be at 2 Wednesday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Tom Randies of ficiating Burial will be in Zion Methodist Cemetery died 7 at Oak Crest Inn She was born in Bracken to Harry and Nellie nee Welz i She married Henry Tolle on in Bracken A member of the Bracken Methodist Tolle was a Cibolo resident for 36 years and she was a housewife Survivors include her Henry Tolle o two Vernell Tolle of Marion and Andrew Tolle of two Nettie Crain of San Antonio and Adelene Easton of two grandchildren and one greatgrandchild Memorials may be made to Bracken United Methodist Church or Perpetual Care Zion Melhodist Cemetery Births McKenna Memorial Hospital and Miears 135 Pecan 6ounce boy Nov Strickland Continued from Page I he could serve up to 180 days in county Asked if the media attention given the case concerned Whitmire Thats just one of those things When you get appointed to one of these you just take it one step at a The attorney added it is uncertain who will be appointed in district court to represent should an indictment be rendered tomor Failure to stop and render aid is a thirddegree felony and carries a maximum penalty of 5 years prison and a fine Mares remains in fair condition in Medical Center Hospital in San An according to a hospital spokesman this morning Two other men have also been filed on in county court for hindering ar rest in connection with the case In Sundays it was reported candidate for the office of County was previously a briefing attorney in the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in Austin That was incorrect The statement should have read Steel was a briefing attorney for the Court of Appeals in Austin The regrets the error Continued from Page l used Supply your own table and teen Connection will ac cept a donation for the space Pictures with Santa will be taken both For more call Teen Connection at 6296571 or Valerie at The Concert and Stage bands from Canyon High School will give their annual Christmas concert 15 at in the high school Traditional Christmas songs will be the highlight of the evenings per The Stage Band plans to play Jingle Bell Silver Bells and Winter Members of the Concert Band will perform Of Festive Bells and An cient Continental Christmas and God Rest Ye Merry Sleigh A Christmas Fantasy on a Bell Carol and Theme from the Nutcraker Suite will be played on the Symphonic The public is Invited and admission is The bands perform under the direction of Dennis Memorial and Lone Star PTAs are offering students an opportunity to participate in a fundraising pro gram enabling youngsters to pur chase Christmas presents in the 10 cent to price range The students at Lone Star made their purchases last Memorial will have the workshop 711 This is used as a math learning experience and a way for the kids to buy surprise gifts for their family and friends Public Records District Clerk Civil Filings Sandra Kale vs T Walter Allen Gner Sr and Juamla K auto Injuries and damages County Clerk Marriages Julia Keese Johnson and William Salsman Nancy Norm Dale and William Douglas Howard Arraignments Precinct I Justiceol the Peace Judge Harold Krueger Hoy Ktu bond Felipe Yillegas aggravated sexual 500bond George Kvilsizrr possession of controlled substance bond Walter Hock possession of can trolled substance bond Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace Judge Blanchard Katnaii Kiikl Camareiio burglary of Ixmcl Road department workers to get acrossboard raise By TRAVIS POLING Correspondent A 5 percent acrosstheboard Comal County road titpart ment employees will be implemented Jan 1 The decision came this week after workers expressed their dissatisfaction with a proposed in centive which would have in cluded a t percent acrosstheboard raise Hoad department employees asked or a meeting with Comal County Commissioner and County Engineer Mac McCoy to request the same 5 percent raise given other county employees When the commissioners approved the budget on Nov y in a 3 to2 they allowed county depart ments 2 percent incentive raises above the 3 percent across theboard raises All department with the exception of relinquished the responsibility of the incentive programs and requested the full 5 percent across theboard increase In the presence of Commissioners Clyde Jacobs and Lorenzo Yankee road department employees Monday presented a peti tion signed by a majority of the employees in favor of getting an in crease equal to that of other depart ments McCoy his workers copits of a petition in which they had requested the commissioners keep the incentive plan in the a program which McCoy says he has been trying to initiate three years McCoy said road department supervisors had indicated to him they uore able to airly administer incentives to the workers It would be a mistake to vole against the incen tive said McCoy because employees would benefit rorn It more than from an across the board increase Both Jacobs and Camarillo sup ported the incentives initialed by Mc Coy Commissioners Court ml work with you any way we can said indicating that the money was there if McCoy decides to grant the full 5 percent raise Jacobs said that regardless of the employees as super would have the final say This is nol a said Jacobs Employees were given Ihe opllon by McCoy lo keep Ihe incentive pro gram or receive the full 5 percent raise A majority voted in favor of the full 5 percent raise McCoy said he will not raise Ihe in centive program issue nexl year because of obvious lack of support DO YOU HAVE MILD TO MODERATE ASTHMA If we need volunteers lo particF pate in a FDA approved clinical study for a new asthma Participants must be 12 years of age or and will be For more information call CENTRAL TEXAS 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