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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas December Weather All I want for Christmas Water Watch Comal cfs same Canyon Lake cfs down 54 Canyon Lake cfs down Canyon Lake up Edwards up the request o the GuadalupeBlanco River the dam gates are closed and GBfiA is pumping water over the dam through Hs newly constructed The Corps of Engineers office at Canyon Dam is an official collection point for recyclable aluminum cans donated lo help save the Battleship a veteran of two World Wars that is now rusting away in Take beverage cans to the corps office between I and Monday through For more call Forecasts SOUTH TEXAS Cloudy tonight with a slight chance of showers Mostly cloudy on Thursday with a chance of afternoon mainly Lows tonight from near 60 north to near 70 Highs on Thursday from near 70 north to near 80 NORTH TEXAS Increasing cloudiness and warmer tonight with widely scattered showers or thunderstorms Mostly cloudy Thursday with scattered thunderstorms mainly eastern half of Continued warm in the east turning colder west and Lows tonight 43 northwest to 60 Highs Thursday 52 northwest to 70 WEST TEXAS Becoming part ly cloudy tonight and mostly cloudy Turning colder north tonight and much of area Slight chance of snow Panhandle of rain far west and Concho rain and snow South Plains and snow Panhandle Lows tonight 22 Panhandle to 46 Concho Highs Thursday 29 Panhandle to 62 Big Extended Forecasts Christmas SOUTH TEXAS windy and cold all except lower Rio Grande Valley and lower coast all of south texas Satur Occasional rain or drizzle both Decreasing clouds and cold Sunday with rain Highs in the 60s to near 70 lower valley and lower coast in the 50s lower coast and lower valley Saturday and Highs in the 40s to near 50 rest of South Lows in the 50s lower valley and lower coast in the 40s upper 30s to near 40 on Lows near 40 Hill Country 40s Lows in the 30s Satur day and WEST TEXAS A chance of snow Christmas Day and Satur except rain or snow far West Christmas Day and mainly rain Permian Basin and Concho Valley Christmas Partly cloudy Cold throughout the lows In the teens and highs from the mid 20s to mid South lows mid 20s to mid Highs upper 20s to upper Permian lows low 30s to low Highs mostly in the Concho lows mid 30s to mid Highs mid 30s to mid Far lows in the Highs in the Big Bend coun lows in the 20s mountains with 30s and 40s Highs From the 40s mountains to the 50s and 60s Texas A white Christmas Eve is possi ble across the Texas Panhandle and South forecasters And longrange forecasts are calling for the possibility of snow or sleet across West Texas and North including the Dallas Fort Worth on But the path of a storm moving out of the Rockies has not been so the longrange forecasts could change between nwo and Forecasts are calling for in creasing cloudiness across the state with skies to be mostly cloudy Widely scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible across North Texas and South Texas tonight and There is a slight chance of snow in the Panhandle tonight and a chance of rain and snow in the South Plains tonight and for snow in the Panhandle Lows tonight will be in the 20s in the Panhandle and in the 30s and 40s over the rest of West Texas and in the 40s and 50s over North Texas and in the 60s and 70s over South Highs Thursday will be mostly in the 30s and 40s over West ranging from the upper 20s in the Panhandle to the lower 60s in the Big Bend in the 50s and 60s in North Texas and in the 70s and 80s in South Fog was reported early this morning over parts of Central South Texas and East The refrain from the song All I Want for Christmas is My Two Front Teeth is popular among students at Memorial The all missing their two front teeth and then gathered just before school dismissed to let Santa know their Kelly is surrounded by fellow from Michelle kindergarten Heather second grade Elena second Brian first Adrian Gomez second Crystal first and Jason NBISD Photo Continued from Page 1A 30 miles from our unless we were forced into a situa Precinct 4 Commissioner Clyde recognizing commercial and growth north along said he is concern ed whether or not such statements are sincere on the part of San An I plan to address their city council to ask them just how sincere that statement really Jacobs He said he intended to speak with his friend and San Antonio Councilman Nelson Wolff about speaking to city council regarding the annexation inten 281 is the growth thats my said Lozano in the com munity of Bulverde Is more likely to be affected by San Antonios growth within the next year or two as annexation in the Stone Oak area and surrounding developments is At tempts to incorporate Bulverde have failed in recent The policies of our council have been to wait until a subdivi sion is about 80 to 85 percent com plete before we go out and an Lozano In speaking to comments made regarding San Antonios underly ing desire to gain controls over the Edwards Aquifer recharge Lozano said they Council never looked at annexation as a way to do any controls of the Ed wards We think we have suffi cient area now lo control Jacobs said he is opposed lo in corporation for the single Issue of protection from other cities con He feels such problems can be dealt with at the state He Is In the early stages of a pro posal where properties along state and county roads bordering the southern sector of Comal County between FM 475 to the west and Garden Ridge would be voluntari ly included Into ETJs of Garden Ridge and the city of which would ultimately block San Antonios expansion to the north at the county San Antonio tentatively has landuse control In the southwestern tip of the county following annexation of Dietz Elkhorn and areas surrounding Fair That ETJ will become permanent has said the city would voluntarily release residents from San Antonios ETJ in parts of Comal and Kendall County should they wish to be included in Boernes Legislation passed earlier this year was written to mitigate and potentially ward off finger annex The in in creased mlnutmim annexation from 500 feet in width to feel and required cities to design and implement service above basic services such as fire and If passed by a majority of Canyon Lake will operate under the auspices of a general law A mayor and city council would be elected by the citizenry ami at least one lasv enforcement a would be re quired Track Continued Irom Page 1A to New If San Antonio is going to have a racetrack we i New Braunfels might as well get some benefit from said New Braunfels Mayor George Krben said after talking wUh several council members that he decided the council would not become involved with the issue Im not going to stick my neck its loo sjut Krben of the council s nostand posi l ion on the issue Obituaries Shopping Continued from Page 1A she Once you drive 30 walk and then face a crowded mall full of stores and its over Salsman Most im dont drive yourself crazy fighting with crowds and You can wind up so worn you cant enjoy the she The home economist pointed out that a number of local shops offer a variety of gifts without the hassle of city Local merchants said today they Strickland expect to be swamped by Christmas shoppers on the last day of the Jack manager of Jacob Schmidt Department said he always sees a rush of lastminute shoppers and expects the same thing first thing in the morning as the store holds a Christmas Eve sunrise sale from 7 to 10 The holidays have been good to he adding that sales have been better than Jeff assistant manager of K also said sales have been strong during the holiday Donna Grace Cooper Memorial services for Donna Grace of 1523 Honeysuckle Lane will be at Hi Saturday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the J Linwood Kennedy of Burial will be in a family plot of the Wapping Cemetery in South Cooper died at her home after an extended illness She is survived by her Robert Cooper of New a Claudia Cooper of Wall a John M Cooper of a Madeline Saegert of South and a grandchild Memorials may be made to Hospice of New 180 W Mill New Robert Grant DeWar Services will be Thursday in the Hendrick County Chapel of Conkle Funeral Home in for Robert Grant DeWar of 421 Rambl ing Drive at Canyon Burial will be in Duncan Cemetery in died Dec at his home He was born May in Brown to Albert and Julia mee Blankenshipi On he married Jonell Elmore in Indianapolis DeWar was a Comal County resident for four years He owned ABC Air Condition ing at Canyon Lake and was a member of Kingdom Hall Jehovahs Witnesses of New Braunfels Survivors include his JomU DeWar of Canyon Lake Julia DeWar of Ind one Michelle Ledford of one Brenda Myers o one James DeWar of Terre Ind three Hazel Kllis of Plain Ind IXiris Sampson of and Brenda Purvis of In three Herman Albert DeWar Jr ol In dianapolis and David DfWar o and five grandchildren Memorials mas be given to the Kingdom Hall Jehovahs Witnesses of New Braunfels Olga Linnartz Services for Olga of Route Box 72 in Rusk will at 1 p in Thursday at Doeppenschmuil Funeral Home with the Rev J Lin wood Kennedy officiating Burial will be in Comal Cemetery died Dec at Rusk Nursing Home She was born Kib lo iuslav and Mane nee Ruabc i Kretzmeier in Comal Count v She married Arthur in Com al County He preceded her in death on March A former New Braunfels Linnartz was a housesvile and a member ol the First Protestant Imtwi Church of Christ Survivors include one daughter Dorothy Mae Kuhlenschmuit of and one Herbert of New Braunfels and two grandchildren Visitation will for from p m Wednesday until sen ice time Thurs day Memorials may txgiven to the First Protestant tmlitl Church ol Christ Elsie Ludewig Services are pending at iXnp jKMischmidl Funeral Home for Ludewig of Ludewig died Dec at McKenna Memorial Hospital Erwin Soefje Services for Sorfje will br at 10 a m Thursday at liootz Funeral Home in Segum Burial will follow at Ciuadalupe Valley Cemetery in New Braunfels died lkc in San An tonio A memtxi of the American Ugion and Lutheran Soefje was a longtime New Hraunlels resident and business owner Fur he operated the Hock Harden Service Station in Hraunfelsat I S HI and Texas 46 Survivors include his Linda Heinemeyer six daughters Dolores French o Albuquerque Hazel Allen of Cal Kslhvr Klouduorth and both ol San Antonio and Klva Weruei and Cash both ol New one Alan ol San Anlonio one Thomas of New Hraunlels 10 grand children ami Hi greatgrandchildren Public Records District Clerk Civil Mate of Texas Ronald i Col her judgement NISI AltHrl Joseph Dugie Jr vs Christina Sue Treatise a Dugie uresa Ilasca Counts Social ex Pamela J vs Brian I Dengcl uresa Continued from Page 1A he is pleased with the courts order and said he hopes the ruling might deter others from violating proba tionary One hundred eighty days is the maximum we could have gotten in this case and I am very pleased we got Reimer of Canyon was arrested for a third time Tues day afternoon on a The war rant was issued after his bond in district court was increased to by District Judge Robert Pfeuffer two weeks ago following his indictment on two counts of failure to stop and render a third degree Strickland was placed on probation originally in January of 1986 on a driving while intoxicated conviction here and those terms were modified last June when it was ruled he violated At that Strickland was ordered to install in his car a Guardian Interlock a tool used by county courtatlaw as a means of monitoring persons dur ing certain OWI Police investigation determined that the Guardian Interlock device had been removed from Stricklands car and that led to the county at torneys office revocation filing and a second Whitmire said regarding the 180 day jail That was the time of original sentence which was pro I think thats what can be ex Arraignment proceedings now await Strickland in district Ac cording to court Strickland has not requested court appointed counsel in his pending felony IN ORDER THA TOUR STAFF MAY SPEND MORE TIME WITH FAMIL YAND FRIENDS DURING THE CHRISTMAS H OLID A YS MBankNew Braunfels WILL OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING HOURS OF CHRISTMAS EVE 1987 Main Lobby noon Motor Banks noon MPACTATM Open 24hours Regular Hours of Operation Will Be Observed Saturday 1987 and Thursday 1987 HMBcmk New Braunfels A Momentum Bank Member and FDlC Discount Furniture MERRY FAMILY SALE LivingroomSuit Sofa Chair Loveseat Heavy Duty Bunk Beds Large Recline Bedding Extra Where your neighbors are buying their furniture Walnut Walnut Square Next To KMart   

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