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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Pifli 2A New Texas 1987 Weather Water Watch Comai same Canyon Lake cfs down 13 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 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 TEXAS Sunny north to partly cloudy south this fair skies and cold Partly cloudy Highs this after noon 70s north and upper 70s to 80s Lows tonight 30s Hill Coun otherwise 40s north to 50s Highs Thursday near 70 to mid70s north and mid70s to mid 80s NORTH TEXAS Mostly sunny through Thursday with highs mid 60s to near Fair tonight with lows mid30s to lower WEST TEXAS Mostly sunny through clear and cold Highs this afternoon mid 50s north near 60 far west mid 60s southwest Per mian Basin and Concho Valley and mid70s along the Rio Lows tonight mid20s Panhandle near 30 South Permian Basin and far west mid30s Con cho Valley and near 40 along the Highs Thursday mainly 60s except near 80 along the Rio Extended Forecasts SOUTH TEXAS Generally fair Cooler on Lows Friday and Saturday from the 40s north to the 50s 30s Hill Lows Sunday from the 30s north to the 40s near 50 extreme Highs Friday and Saturday from the 60s north to the 70s Highs Sunday from the 50s north to the 60s near 70 extreme NORTH TEXAS No precipita tion expected with generally fair Turning colder Saturday and Lows will be in the mid 30s to low 40s Friday cooling to the mid 20s to mid 30s on Sun Highs will be in the upper 50s to mid 60s Friday cooling to the lower 50s by WEST TEXAS Mild turning colder Saturday and Sun Generally dry throughout the highs around 60 cooling to mostly 40s Saturday and Lows near 30 cooling to near South highs 60s cooling to 40s by Lows mid cooling to mid Permian Basin and Con cho highs 60s cool ing to 50s Saturday and Lows mid 30s cooling to upper Far highs 60s cool ing to the 50s by Lows near 30 to mid Big highs Friday near 60 mountains to near 70 along the Rio cooling about 10 degrees by Lows mid 20s mountains to mid 30s along the Rio cooling into the 20s by Texas A cold front stretched across in South Texas from near Beaumont to near Del Rio this with fog and low clouds along the coastal plains ahead of Meanwhile to the north of the cold high pressure was building over North the National Weather Service Cool dry air and clear skies were over most of North and West Early morning temperatures were generally in the 20s and 30s over West in the 30s and 40s over North Texas and in the 50s and low 60s over South Extremes at 4 were 25 degrees at Amarillo and Marfa and 64 degrees at the Corpus Christi Naval Air Other temperatures before dawn included 43 at Fort 36 at Wichita 31 at Continued from Page 1A large sign on the river telling tubers that glass bottles are prohibited on the Board member Dale Raben said Tuesdays recommendations were the most encouraging thing weve accomplished since Ive been on this Parks Director David Whatley said the recommendation to appoint a river ranger with law enforcement authority would be presented to coun cil Public Records District Clerk Civil Filings L R a Texas partner ship Richard dba Har rison Construction breach of Cypress Lake Garden Property Owners Association David Gar cia breach of deed Cypress Lake Garden Property Owners Association Tina breach of deed Rebecca Martinez Victor Mar tinez protective Nancy Cunningham Dennis Pinkston protective Nancy Cunningham Pamela Board Daniels protective County CourtAtLaw Convictions Judge Ron Prichard Juan Correa Gonzales Route Box Lot New Braunfels DWI fine 10 days jail served Larry Richard Box Spring Branch terroristic threat 180 days jail probated six months Jeffrey Joseph Morris 725 Ottawa San Antonio DWI fine 60 days jail probated two Morris Herbert Juarez 240 West New Braunfels DWI drivers license suspended one year 30 days jail served on Hector Hernandez 1605 Heather New Braunfels DWI fine 60 days jail probated two Vinton Jay Andrews 4604 Wood Stove Austin DWI fine 60 days jail probated two Roscoe Kile 308 Kings San Antonio DWImotion to revoke probation 60 days jail drivers license suspended one BOOKS Book will open Worlds of Come in and Register for a World Globe to be given away 22nd purchase of or more receive a 1988 calendar of your choice FREE coupon below or any purchase of or more automatically enrolls you in our I I Naroe Krause Book Store 371 Va Landa Plaza Shopping 6250251 Address Continued from Page 1A groups within the The majority of the presentations have been to small groups gathered for coffee at neighbors The superintendent satd the most common questions asked in regard to the bond Issue concern why the school district doesnt propose a larger issue to make way for an ticipated Bradberry and Curtis have both said another bond issue will be needed within the next three or four years to provide for future con sidering New Braunfels present economic the men said they chose to support a bond issue for immediate needs The proposed million bond issue would provide funds for a new elementary school to relieve crowding at Memorial Primary School which is at The primary school continues to register new students Next students at the school will begin eating lunch at to allow all students to use the schools only Obituaries The bond issue also would fund new classrooms at Seele Elementary School and New Braunfels High Improvements are planned to Increase safety and relieve traffic congestion at Lone Star Primary Improvements at Lone Star also would eltmtnate the need for teachers to or in some cases children to cars during Poor drainage in the Lone Star and West End area compound traffic pro blems at the school because water stands in the Also included In the bond issue is funding for 13 new classrooms along with restrooms and corridors at the high The addition to the if approved by would have a foundation capable of sup porting a second story which could be added Proposition 3 includes for property NBISD trustees have said the property would likely be purchased in the districts south side to make way for future school Thomas Beels Thomas of New Braunfels died at Kirkwood The family will receive friends at their home from 4 to 6 Beels was born April in Port Arthur to Herman Hendrick and Mary nee Lamb He married Ann Belle Greene on May Kansas Beels was a retired rightofway agent with Trans Con tinental Pipe He was a member of New Braunfels Presbyterian New Braunfels Elks Lodge and New Braunfels Newcomers A graduate of Wentworth Military Academy at Beels also attended the University of Missouri at Survivors include his Ann Belle Beels of New Braunfels wo Thomas William Beeis of New Braunfels and Herman Hendrick Sandy Beels of one Leonard Beels of Merrill three grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren Memorials may be given to the American Heart Association or the Elks Crippled Childrens Hospital Eugene Meyer Eugene of 85 Mission Drive died at Humana Hospital San Antonio Services were at 10 Wednesday at the Church in the Valley with the Mark Simpson Burial was in Fischer Cemetery Meyer was born Jan in Austin to Theo Philip and Antome nee Von Boeckmann Meyer He married Vivian Lee Penney on July in San Antonio A New Braunfels resident since Meyer was a retired creamery operator and He worked in the creamery business for 20 years and started Comal Creamery in New A charter member of the Church in the Meyer was a mason and was a member of the Shriners Ben Hur Temple and Austin Lodge for more than 60 years He also was a member of the Canyon Lake Shrine Club Survivors include his Vivian Meyer of New one Anne Brightwell of Lake one Theo Mever of Austin four grandchildren and 10 Memorials may be made to the Church in the Services were under the direction of Doep penschmidt Funeral Continued from Page 1A hoped to use grant monies available to purchase a computer with substan tially greater capacity in planning for the departments Most grants approved by the CJD have been for less than the amounts requested simply because of a limited amount of explained Doug an aide to State Judith Zafftrini Some who requested grant assistance are not getting anything and those who are arent getting everything they asked The demands and updating made Homespun Continued from Page 1A said Barbara center director for the developmental pro Until Meyer made his dona the program had only one small support That chair cost and the program had no way of buy ing I enjoyed making It oc cupied my said Meyer whose daughter was born with spinal a problem which leaves victims without control of their Meyer spends much of his time working with disabled He is a Shriner and helps transport children to medical Now that Im 1 have time to work with them a little he formerly known as the Developmental Program for Infants obsolete what we had after about two said Public Information Of ficer Martin Mayer of the depart ments present computer We never really anticipated the demands we have put on The new system sought would enable all calls for emergency ser vice In New Braunfels to be received at one similar to a 911 emergency number It would direct the call for service to the proper department for dispat ching and store valuable informa such as calls previously made to the same and is a government pro gram which works with children up to 3 years old who have some type of Ketchum said the chairs donated by Meyer give children support and keep their spines allowing them to use their upper The standing frame Meyer made Is a step between the support chairs and she Children can stand in the frame holding onto the sides while they work or The center director said that of the 23 children In the program for children with about seven will use either the support chairs or the standing frame The wonderful thing about having so many Ketchum is that families can take them home and work with their children Discount Furniture MERRY FAMILY SALE Livingroom Suit Sofa Chair Loveseat 995 oc Large Recline 299 Heavy Duty Bunk Beds Bedding Extra Where your neighbors are buying their furniture U 116X1 10 IV Mail Walnut Square GRANZINS MEAT MARKET McQueeney 6253510 MKT MADE BEEF JERKEY DRY SAUSAGE HEAD CHEESE BLOOD Prices Good thru 15th TBone HOURS Mon Sat 86 Custom Slaughtering TUBS Thurs Sirloin Center Cut 169 199 I lb fITOCh YO U H Pork Chops Center End 169 129 3 f STOCK Best Beef Prices CUT AN D WRAP Beef Hindquarter 1 53 Forequarter V25 Hormel Cooked Ham 198 m Fajitas Tenderized 14 15 Country Style Ribs Ib Spare Ribs Down 123 Farm Raised Fresh Catfish O99 Filets 2 lb Mkt Cured Hams 12to IS lb average Center Cut Chuck Steaks 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