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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 16, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                PifliSA New Texas December Weather Water Watch Comal efs same Canyon Lake cfs same Canyon Lake cfs down Canyon Lake up Edwards down the request of the GuadilupeBlanco River the dam gates are closed and GBR A has begun pumping water over the dam through its newly constructed Those pumps were damaged during strong winds Monday GBR A officials are working to repair the damage and return the outflow to its previous 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 Extended Forecasts FridaySunday SOUTH TEXAS Cloudy with a chance of rain most sections Fri Decreasing clouds from the west on Partly cloudy Lows from the 50s north to 60s south on cooling to the 40s north and 50s south Satur day and Highs generally from the 60s north to 70s NORTH TEXAS chance of rain and thunderstorms Rain continuing over the east Saturday but ending Highs in the 50s through Sunday with lows in the 40s Friday dropping into the 30s on WEST TEXAS A chance of rain or snow Partly cloudy Saturday and Sunday with temperatures remaining a little below Highs 30s and 40s in the 40s and 50s Lows in the 20s and Forecasts SOUTH TEXAS Continued mostly cloudy south tonight and increasing clouds over remaining High Thurs day mostly in the except low 60s south on Lows tonight from the 30s north to the 40s 50s lower NORTH TEXAS Mostly clear through Increasing clouds A gradual war ming Lows tonight 24 to Highs Thursday 45 to WEST TEXAS Increasing cloudiness tonight and partly cloudy most sections Isolated showers far west Thurs day Warmer through Lows tonight 17 Panhandle and far west to 27 southeast and mid 30s Big Bend Highs Thursday 38 Panhandle to 55 southeast and up per 50s Big Bend Texas A slight warming trend is ex pected across Texas after clear skies and high pressure combined to produce record breaking cold temperatures across much of the The mercury dipped into the singledigit range over portions of West Texas before dawn today and temperatures dipped to freez ing or below as far south as San The mercury stood at 1above zero at dawn in Amarillo and dip ped to 7 at where the cold reading broke a record for this date that had been on the books since A ridge of high pressure centered over the state kept skies clear and allowed maximum cool ing across the state during the Forecasts are calling for mostly sunny skies although some clouds are expected across extreme South Texas through The clouds will start increasing over western half of the state tonight and across the rest of the state A slight warming trend is expected to begin Thurs Lows tonight will range from the teens in the Panhandle to the 50s along the Highs Thursday will be in the upper 30s in the the 40s and 50s over the rest of West Texas and all of North Texas and in the 50s and 60s in South Early morning temperatures were mostly in the 20s and ranging from the single digits and teens in West Texas to the upper 30s in Southeast Texas and South Central Texas and into the lower 50s along the Extremes ranged from 1 at Amarillo to 50 at Corpus Other early morning temperatures around the state in cluded 19 at Wichita 25 at Fort Worth and 32 at 28 at San 33 at 46 at 22 at San 20 at Midland and 10 at El Obituaries John Kerner Services for John Kerner of New Braunfels will be at 10 Thursday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Bill Jones Interment will be in Comal died of cancer at his home He was born June in Ohio to Earl and Carrie A New Braunfels resident since Kerner owned and operated Ezy Kleen Car Besides friends and family in Kerner is survived by his Janet Fink Kerner of New Braunfels one Lonette Reininger of New Braunfels two Randall Kerner of Lockhart and Kenneth Kerner of Bastrop and several There will be no public Memorials may be made to Hospice New Roy Lehmann Services for Roy Lehmann of 521 A will be at 2 Thursday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Linwood Kennedy of New Braunfels Burial will be in Guadalupe Valley Memorial died in Humana Hospital He was born to Reinhold and Annie nee Wendt Lehmann in A New Braunfels resident since he married Mildred Nowotny in San Marcos on April Lehmann was a welder and did construction work on oil rigs and atomic He was Methodist and served in the Navy during World War He is survived by his Mildred Lehmann of New Visitation will be until service time Memorials may be given to the American Heart Erna Zeisig Erna died 15 at McKenna Memorial Hospital Private graveside services will be Friday with the Linwood Ken nedy Zeisig was born in Germany to Victor and An na nee Weiting She was married to Walter Zeisig who preced ed her in death in Zeisig was a housewife and a member of the First Protestant United Church of she was a member of Sons of Hermanns Adele Vise lodge in San Survivors include one grandchild and two Visita tion will begin Thursday at 8 and continue until 2 Births McKenna Memorial Hospital and Kenneth Nicholson Route Box Marion 2ounceboy and William Honn 523 Santa Clara 9ounce boy and Geraldo Mata 313 E Marion 3ounce girl 15 and Gary 625 Fredericksburg Road 6 ounceboy TEXAS POSTAL SERVICE Your Packing Your Complete Mailing Center Just Like A Post Office But More MAIL Express Union Ut Ui Help You With Chriitmai Nailing 9b9f We Will Pack It For You Or Bring It With You Republican calls for probe of Wright WASHINGTON AP A conser vative opponent who denounced House Speaker Jim Wright as the most unethical speaker of the 20th century is calling for a formal in vestigation into the Democratic leader from Newt cited several news articles questioning Wrights activities on behalf of ailing Texas savings and the legitimacy of a book deal through a Wright supporter that netted the speaker a 55 percent and his involvement in the development of the Fort Worth stockyards 1 based on the historical he Is the most unethical speaker of the 20th he said at a Capitol news conference Tues Asked about Gingrichs Wright chuckled and recalled words attributed to former Chicago Mayor Richard Daley Theyve vilified theyve calumnlfled theyve abused theyve even criticized 1 dont think it really warrants too much of an Wright Its totally without He said he did not believe anyone had suggested he had done anything Illegal or unethical My total career speaks for Those who know me best con and colleagues have repeatedly paid Arrest Continued from Page 1A Reimer said three complaints had been signed against Prichard also assesed Mahans Tissue samples from two animals suspected of dying from antlfreeze Asbestos Continued from Page 1A don Lance a high school ar chitect as part of the John and Joyce Karr Award which the school district received for making preservation and reuse of an historic authorized the expenditure of up to for improving the playground and equipment at Lamar Primary1 authorized the district to request from the 1987 Drug Free Schools and Communities Act through the Texas Education Agency for a drug abuse education and prevention program in the recognized the high school Marine Corps Junior The unit has been named a Naval Honor and some food scraps recovered from Mahans were sent to the university for All samples reportedly tested positive for traces of ethylene As many as four animals are known to have been euthanized by a lake area veterinarian after they In gested Neighbors in The Oaks subdivision claim losses of more than a dozen pets over several Reimer said more additional could be pending against Cruelty to animals is a Class A If Mahan could serve up to up to a year in jail and no more than a me the very great honor of electing me to positions of the greatest he This Is only stuff found by the printed press with no subpoena Gingrich This is not a This is not something that happened In the last 14 The articles appeared In various publications and deal with allega tions of questionable activity by the speaker dating back 15 Corruption is quite a threat to a free said who is one of the cofounders of the Conser vative Opportunity a right wing group of congressmen who view themselves as guardians of tradi tional conservative The fifthterm Georgian said he is personnally afraid that in calling for a formal investigation of Wright he will incur the speakers full I have a certain amount of fear in what Im he I think there are certain figures of power best approached with extreme cau In a letter to fellow House Gingrich suggested four potential approaches to investigating the who he said poses a special problem because he is the second most powerful elected official in the The alternatives he suggested in clude a bipartisan committee of distinguished a special ethics committee appointed by the Democratic and Republican party caucus and an Indepen dent counsel appointed by Attorney General Edwin Meese A fourth alternative would be to have the current Ethics Committee focus solely on Investigating the he Only after a painstaking In including access to per sonal documents and financial will It be possible to know what has Gingrich said In his That process will require a formal investigation with a profes sional Investigative staff with sub poena Gingrich said he plans to press hard for an investigation when the Congress reconvenes in Among the allegations that have been made against Wright are He personally contacted the chairman of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board and asked for special treatment in several Texas thrift cases under investigation by the He received 55 percent royalties on a book published by a longtime friend whose printing company work ed for Wrights campaign commit which Gingrich said amounted to laundering campaign He was involved with a local business partner in the redevelop ment of the historical Fort Worth a project that received millions of federal dollars Bonds Continued Irom Page 1A should give him a chance to sec what he can Clark defended Schroeder and the district saying they arc not Commissioner Lorenzo Yankee Camarillo said he is concerned with relying on Schroeders actions It would seem strange we would rely on the person responsible for he Forfeited bail bond after statuatory requirements are become county Writs of er ror may be available to set aside the questioned although Schroeder said he believes thai alter native applies only in cases where the district attorney contested Lawsuit Discount Furniture MERRY FAMILY SALE 3 Livingroom Suit Sofa Chair Loveseat Reg 995c Large Recline Continued trom Page 1A curred on 81 and Interstate frontage road near Langtry Village Apartments Both received what was described in newspaper accounts of the aca dent as minor and were reported treated and released from McKenna Memorial Hospital Reeves suit claimed injuries to her arms and legs The original petition was filed in district court here in March according to court 299 Where your neighbors are buying their furniture 628 Walnul iNCX lOlXmdll Walnut Square GRANZINS MEAT MARKET 644 McQueeney 625351O MKT MADE BEEF DRY HEADCHEESE BLOOD HOURS 86 Custom Slaughtering 6 Thurj MEATS Prices Good thru 22nd Pork Chops Center End Cut 1 49 1 Fresh PicNic Pork Roast NoShank Sirloin i Center Cut Catfish Filets Boneless Farm Raised 319 Jr ITOCIi Y O U K Rump Roast 139 I Ib Best Beef Prices IWOZilN CUT AN D WRAP 12 Beef V3b Hindquarter Forequarter Hormel Cooked Ham f ITOCh Y 97 Spare Ribs 3A Down 23 Ib Boneless Round Roast 199 I Ib Pork Loin Roast Canter End 47 Boneless Rump Fajitas 11 Tenderized J59 Shoulder Roast Cuiiitx Cut Chuck Roast Hamburger Chuck I Ground 675 IQtbs ot more Individual 1 39 Center Cut Chuck Steaks or more Kennedy Bacon Pan Sausage Baby Swiss Cheese Delco 279 Ib Stew Meat I Mkt Cured Bacon Pepper 1OQ rf 1 Sausage 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