New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 23, 1987, Page 4

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 23, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Pago 2A Herald-Ze/funp. New Braunfels. Texas Weather Wednesday. December 23,198/ All I want for Christmas... Water Watch Comal River...........................412    cfs    (same) Canyon Lake inflow...................375    cfs    (down    54) Canyon Lake outflow...................65    cfs    (down    9)* Canyon Lake level.................... 903.93    (up .ll) Edwards Aquifer.......................627.92    (up .02) •At the request of the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority, the dam gates are closed and SBRA is pumping water over the dam through its newly constructed pipeline The U S Corps of Engineers office at Canyon Dam is an official collection point for recyclable aluminum cans donated to help save the Battleship Texas a veteran of two World Wars that is now rusting away in dock Take beverage cans to the corps office between t a m and 4 30 p m Monday through Friday For more information, call I 800 64 TEXAS Forecasts SOI TH TKXAS: Cloudy tonight with a slight chance of showers east. Mostly cloudy on Thursday with a chance of afternoon thundershowers, mainly east Lows tonight from near 60 north to near 70 south. Highs on Thursday from near 70 north to near 80 south NORTH TEXAS:    Increasing cloudiness and warmer tonight with widely scattered showers or thunderstorms tonight Mostly cloudy Thursday with scattered thunderstorms mainly eastern half of area Continued warm in the east Thursday, turning colder west and northwest Lows tonight 43 northwest to 60 southeast Highs Thursday 52 northwest to 70 south WEST TKXAS Becoming part ly cloudy tonight and mostly cloudy Thursday Turning colder north tonight and much of area Thursday Slight chance of snow Panhandle tonight, of rain far west and Concho Valley, rain and snow South Plains and snow Panhandle Thursday Lows tonight 22 Panhandle to 46 Concho Valley Highs Thursday 29 Panhandle to 62 Big Bend Extended Forecasts Christmas Day—Sunday SOUTH TEXAS Cloudy, windy and cold all except lower Rio Grande Valley and lower coast Friday, ail of south texas Saturday Occasional rain or drizzle both days Decreasing clouds and cold Sunday with rain ending Highs in the 60s to near TO lower valley and lower coast Friday, in the Sos lower coast and lower valley Saturday and Sunday Highs in the 4os to near 50 rest of South Texas Lows in the Sos lower valley and lower coast Friday, in the 40s Saturday, upper Ais to near 40 on Sunday Lows near 4o Hill Country Friday. 40s elsewhere Lows in the Ais Satur day and Sundav WEST TEXAS A chance of snow Christmas Day and Satur day. except rain or snow far VV est Christmas Day and mainly rain Permian Basin and Concho V alley Christmas Day Partly cloudy Sunday Cold throughout the period. Panhandle, lows in the teens and highs from the mid 20s to mid 30s South Plains, lows mid 20s to mid teens Highs upper 20s to upper Als Permian Basin, lows low 30s to low 20s Highs mostly in the 30s Concho Valley, lows mid 30s to mid 20s Highs mid 30s to mid 40s Far West, lows in the 20s Highs in the Ais Big Bend coun try. lows in the 20s mountains with 30s and 40s lowlands Highs From the 40s mountains to the 50s and 60s low lands Texas A white Christmas Eve is posse hie across the Texas Panhandle and South Plains forecasters say And long range forecasts are calling for the possibility of snow or sleet across West Texas and North Texas, including the Dallas Fort Worth area on Christmas But the path of a storm moving out of the Roc kies has not been determined, so the long range forecasts could change between nwo and Christmas Forecasts are calling for rn creasing cloudiness across the state tonight, with skies to be mostly cloudy Thursday Widely scattered showers and thunderstorms are possible across North Texas and South Texas tonight and Thursday There is a slight chance of snow in the Panhandle tonight and a chance of ram and snow in the South Plains tonight and tor snow in the Panhandle Thursday lx)ws tonight will tx- in the 2f>" in the Panhandle and in the and 4os over the rest of West Texas and in the 4os and 50s over North Texas and in the Sos and 7<*^ over South Texas Highs Thursday will be mostly in the Ais and 40" over West Texas ranging from the upper Jus in the Panhandle to the lower 60$ in the Big Bend area in the *os and 60s in North Texas .md in the 70s and Ais in South Texas Fog was reported early this morning over parts of Central Texas. South Texas and East Texas The refrain from the song All I Want for Christmas is My Two Front Teeth is popular among students at Memorial Primary The youngsters all missing their two *ront teeth and thnn some gathered just before school dismissed to let Santa know their wishes Kelly Williams center is surrounded t , fellow students from left Michelle Dailey kindergarten Heather Saathoff second grade Elena Moreno se or : grade Brian Ridgeway first. Adrian Gome; sec nd Crystal Gar ta first and Jason Keyes second (NBISD I "cr Annexation. Continued from Page IA 30 miles from our downtown, unless we were forced into a situa tion " Precinct 4 Commissioner Clyde Jacobs, recognizing commercial and residential growth north along U S 281. said he is concern ed w hether or not such statements are sincere on the part of San An tonic “I plan to address their city council to ask them just how sincere that statement really is Jacobs said He said he intended to speak with his friend and San Antonio Councilman Nelson Wolff about speaking to city council regarding the annexation inten turns "281 is the growth area, that s my feeling. " said Jacobs Lozano said in reality tho coni munity of Bulverde is more likely to tie affected by San Antonio $ growth within the next year or two as annexation in the Stone oak area and surrounding developments i> completed Vt tempts to incorporate Bulverde have failed in recent years "The policies of our council have been to wait until a "utxlivi sion is about He to 85 percent com plete before w* go out and an ne\ Lozano said In shaking to comments made regarding '".in Antonio s under Iv mg desire to gain commis over the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone Lozano said No th*-\ Council never looked .it annexation a way te do any controls of the Ed wards VSe think we have suffi dent area now lo control th,*! Jacobs said he i" oppugn! to in corporation for the single issue of protection from other cities' con trol lie feels such problems can be dealt with at the state level He is in the early stages of a pro posal where properties along state and county roads Ixirdering the southern sector of Comal County between PM 475 to the west and Garden Ridge would be voluntari ly included into F.TJs of Garden Ridge and the city of Boerne which would ultimately block San Antonio’s expansion to the north at the county line San \ntonio tentatively has land use control in the southwestern tip Of the county following annexation of Diet/ Elkhorn and areas surrounding Fair Oaks That ETJ will become permanent Dec :u Io/ano has said the city would voluntarily release residents from san \ntonio s ETJ in part" of Comal and Kendall County should they wish to bt* included in Boerne s ETJ legislation passed earlier this year was written to mitigate and potentially ward off finger annex at Kins The law in essence in creased minumum annexation fmm 500 f«*et in width In I «»** fee! and required cit ie" to *k*Mgn an s implement service policies above basic services suih ,i" polit e tire and "anil at ion If votf under the au"pi law city \ rn a vt atmid tx* eie» !,*< anti at least .me offk cr a maist quirts! passed by a majority of " * an yon I ak* will operate es of a general and cit y count ti by the citUenrv aw enfoi * emeni Track Continued (rom Paq*- I A to New Braunfels lf san \ntonto is going to have a racetr.it k we New Bra unlet" might as well get same tx*netit bom it "md IHirdum New Braunfels M.»v or ceorge the Obituaries Shopping Continued from Page IA she said • Once you drive Ai minutes park, walk and then face a crowded mall full of stores and people its overwhelming Salsman said Most im portantly don t drive yourself crazy fighting with crowds and traffic You can wind ap so worn out you can t enjoy the holiday s she said The home economist pointed out that a number of local shops offer a variety of gifts without the hassle of city shopping Local merchants said today they Strickland expect to tx* swamped by I hristmas shoppers on the last day of the season Jack Melott manager of Jacob Schmidt Departmew Store "aid flatways sees a rush of last minute shoppers and expects the same thing first thing in the morning as th** store holds a (’hristmas Eve sunrise sale from 7 to lo a rn The holiday" have t**en good to us " he said adding that sale" have been better than expected Jeff Lutz assistant manager of K Mart also said sales have been strong during the holiday season Donna Grace Cooper Memorial services tor Donna ti race Cooper ♦*2 of I 5 J Honeysuckle I.ane will tx at lo a rn Saturday at /<<**ller Funeral Home with the Rev J Linwood Kennedy of belating Burial wj| fit in a family plot of the dapping * emeterv in south VV incisor < onn Looper died De* 21 1987 at bet borne atte,’ an extended illness she is sun ive*I fly her husband Robert s looper at New Braunfels a daughter ii aud la L ‘ *»>|>ef of Vial! ingford < onn a son John M Looper of Dryden N V a sister Madeline M s aeger! of south Pasadma F la and a grand* hild Memorials may tx- made lo Hospi* e of New Braunfels I Hi* VV Mill St New Braunfels 7H1 in Robert Grant Dewar services will tx* l‘hur"lav in the Hendrick t aunty Chapel of (onkU F uneral Home in Plainfield Intl for Robert Grant In War of 421 Ramhi mg Drive at Canyon Lake Burial will be in Durn an Cemetery in Nash* tile Ind lx*Waf i-« die*! De* 2o 1981 at his home He was born May Ii 1*28 in Brown County hid to Albert anti Julia nee Blankenship DeWar Or Od ll 1976 he married Joneil Elmore in indianapolis DeWar was a Comal County resident for lour veal" Ile owned VB* Xii CorohUof mg at i any on Lake and wa" member of Kingdom Hall Jehovah Vt itness**" of New Braunfels Survivors include hi" wife Jo rte IX VV af of I ativoii l ake moth* ! Julia I A* War of Columbus Ind on daughter Michelle Ledford * Houston one "tep«laughter Brent! Myers ut Indianapolis tint- -am K ref/meter <»! N* a Bra mo lei? her in death \ for !ii*-f Ne a "he married \f ’ • ii » alif ' • lh pi on Man h ; I Bs aurite!" re-, leu! Linnartz W boo semite and a mend -or of fix Protestant I sided * bul* is of *1 "arx tv®!s in. iud* one a.tug I brothy Mar Kahi* si"* bino! Hu-* and one brattier H* Br, He Ha H i .lame" EteW.it ol I es re ll.ail* In*! three "i-der" Ma.el F 111" of Plain field hid twirls Sampson of \ut>ui n K\ arni Brenda Purvis of In fsanapoiis three brothers normal I HW ar Sibert I H*W af Jf <*! Is turnup**;" and David UVV ar o Ma nix-; and five gf and* mids •! Memorials may tx given to th* Kingdom Hall Jehuvuhs VV in* -.viol New Bf aunt*- " tx- a! F un*-1 Olga Linnartz •"erv u «-" for Olga I .innart/ c Route J Ii* v 72 sn Bu r Win tx af pm Thursday at Ux*ppenschmi Funeral Home with the Rev J i i w*K*d Kennedy officiating Burial will    I tx* in* outa I ( et liefer*    I Linnartz <he*1 De* 21 l**H7 at Iii.-*. Nui"ing Home Ste wa" R n F *-t *    • 18**5 to 1 *U"tav and Mane ne*    I Haul* Kfetz meter in Comal* imntv    s*»’l}« a, I wo gr anti* hililr en Wednesday until "*■ rvic• 1 fax M* ff os m.s rnav fa- , First Protestant I rut*"! E I Ste Ludewiq St*r\ I* itrt* pi*11*tin|g pefiM4hm»ct( Kura*rn! Hon til Cl J* I .iM'YI** *1 Sh dmi I    V9$*    £ Memorial Hospital Man la!* *1 F Iva VV i tot I. M* F * Public Records Erwin Sod|e Dali id c ie* x C ♦ • ti F ihnqi I bur sd., v if Seguin Bu * u a d a I up e ■w Bf a unit NI' >riiii x member of tit*- Vmcr egiot as*.! I ut f.< f an iii off af ti Song!im* New Br aul Continued from Page IA he is pleased with the court s order and said he hopes the ruling might deter others from violating proba honan* terms "One hundred eighty days is the maximum we could have gotten in this case and I am very pleased we got that," Reimer said Strickland 22 of Canyon Lake was arrested for a third time Tues day afternoon on a warrant The war rant was issued after his bond in district court was increased to $25,uuo by District Judge Robert Pfeuffer two weeks ago following his indictment on two counts of failure to stop and render aid. a third degree felony Strickland was placed on probation originally in January of 1986 on a driving while intoxicated conviction bere and those terms were modified last June when it was ruled he violated probation At that time Strickland was ordered to install in his car a Guardian Interlock device. a toot used by county court at-law as a means of monitoring persons dur mg certain DW! probations Police investigation determined that the Guardian Interlock device had been removed from Strickland’s car and that led to the county at tomey’s office revocation filing and a second arrest Whitmire said regarding the 180 day jail term. "That was the time of original sentence which was probated I think that s what can be ex pet ted ” Arraignment proceedings now await Strickland in district court Ae-cording to court personnel. Strickland has not requested court appointed counsel in his pending felony case IN ORDER THA T OUR STAFF MA Y SPEND MORE TIME WITH FAMILY AND FRIENDS DURING THE CHRISTMAS HOUDA YS MBonkNew Braunfel WILL OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING HOURS OF OPERA HON CHRISTMAS EVE DECEMBER24, 1987 Main Lobby 9 OO a rn 12 OO noon Motor Banks 8 OO a m 12 OO noon MPAC! ATM Open 24 hours Regular Hours of Operation Will Be Observed Saturday Dec. 26, 1987 and Thursday Dec 31, 1987 UMBank New Braunfels A Momentum Bar « Discount Furniture Member Ms <; MPflCV i< DiC MERRY ■HRISTMAS f    W    CAMB    V FAMILY SALE 3?' “ •* 688°° 3 pc Livtngroom Suit Sofa Chair & Loveseat Re* 995s* Large Recline! Heavy Duty Bunk Beds 18800 Reg 299°® 188 OO Seddtnt lit,a ?% ’ W* » g* - r~ T~~* ■ ^ 4 * r K i -r -J I - I Mm. M IM 6 OO Sit 10:00 COO "Where your neighbors are buying their furniture' 628 S Walnut Walnut Square Next To K-Mart ;

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