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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 31, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas Weather August 1969 STEP Water Comal Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Edwards Forecasts SOUTH TEXAS Isolated day time showers or thunderstorms mainly coastal Otherwise partly cloudy with hot afternoons and warm at night through Lows in the 70s except near 80 Highs in the 90s except near 104 south NORTH TEXAS Partly cloudy east and extreme north through Friday with widely scattered after noon Mostly clear Continued Highs 95 to Lows 74 to WEST TEXAS Partly cloudy far Panhandle and South Plains through Mostly fair nights and sunny days elsewhere through Widely scattered to scattered thunderstorms Pan South Plains and far west tonight with isolated thunder storms Permian Basin and fair Concho Highs Friday from around 90 Panhandle to the upper 90s Concho Valley except upper 80s mountains and near 104 Big Lows tonight from the mid 60s Panhandle to the mid 70s Con cho Valley and Big Bend except lower 60s Extended Forecasts SOUTH TEXAS Hill Country and South Central partly cloudy with lows in the 70s and highs in the Texas Coastal partly cloudy with a chance of showers or Lows from near 80 at the coast to the 70s Highs in the Lower Texas Rio Grande valley and partly cloudy with a chance of showers or thunder Lows from near 80 coast to the 70s Highs from near 90 at the coast to near 100 Southeast Texas and the upper Texas partly cloudy with a chance of showers or thunder Lows from near 80 coast to the 70s Highs in the NORTH TEXAS West and partly cloudy and Watch cfs down 2 cfs up 1 cfs same down down Lows in the Highs in the mid and upper partly warm and humid with a slight chance of afternoon and evening Lows in the Highs in the mid WEST TEXAS Partly cloudy with isolated to widely scattered afternoon and evening thunder storms South Plains and west of the Mostly fair Temperatures slightly above lows in the middle Highs around South lows in the upper Highs lower Permian lows around Highs in the middle Concho lows middle to lower Highs in the middle Far lows upper to middle Highs around Big lows near 60 moun tains to middle 70s along the Rio Highs middle 80s to near 90 and from 100 to 105 along the Rio Texas There is a slight chance of thun derstorms over West Texas and along the but a high pressure ridge is expected to keep skies clear and temperatures warm across most of the state for the first part of the Labor Day holiday Forecasts called for a chance of thunderstorms over West the Northeast Texas and extreme North Texas through The rest of the state will have clear to partly cloudy Lows tonight will be mostly in the ranging from the lower 60s in the mountains of Southwest Texas to around 80 along the A few isolated to widely scat tered showers were reported early today in extreme West Texas and along the lower Texas but expanding high pressure aloft kept skies over of the state clear to part ly Stammtisch Continued from Page 1 In last weeks organizational the Northcliffe Tennis League named Wednes day and Thursday from to as times to play league Anyone interested in playing is invited to join the group and there still arc openings in each division and super seniors over The club will provide an energy snack half a sand wich and a of soup for for folks coming directly from Northcliffe is plan ning a Labor Day Tennis Tourna ment for singles and doubles in all divisions Obituaries and super seniors in guys and dolls plus mixed Mem bership is not but sign up deadline is Play will be Saturday with playoffs and finals Cost is for adults and for juniors and includes the The Americanism Chairman of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veter ans of Foreign Wars Post 7110 in New Braunfels urges everyone to display the American flag on Labor Day in honor of the ing men and women of this nation for their dedication to the work force and keeping America To our veterans who gave their lives to preserve we salute Howard Howard Johnnie died at his home at 684 Floral There will be no The fam ily will receive friends and relatives at 684 Floral Circle from 2 to 5 Johnston was born June in to James Tal bert and Arkansas Belle nee Roberts He was married Claire Sherry Johnston was a retired master sergeant with the Survivors include his Claire Sherry Johnston of New Braunfels Barbara Rilcy of New Continued from Page 1 ing the right of The local STEP program concen trates on speeders and drivers who run stop During the programs first year 1978 to 1979 accidents were reduced by 22 Grohman The program was reinstated in 1988 and Grohman said accidents were reduced 11 Police officers who work STEP WHVW TT1 receive overtime Its a good way to gci muse guys some extra said Mayor Doug DAVIS SASA Continued from Page 1 other Texas institution assigned to the Major Transactions Bright Bane has total assets of total liabilities of billion and deposit Other savings associations included in the plan are Baltimore Federal FS in which has tot al assets of total liabilities of billion and deposit Broadview Federal Savings which has total assets of total liabili ties of billion and deposit Skokie Federal Savings Loan which has total assets of total lia bilities of and deposit The Resolution Trust was created by the thrift legigslation signed by President Bush earlier this The Major Transactions Group is a unit of the RTCs Resolutions and Operations Our Major Transactions which has established to handle thrift will begin meeting imme diately with potential purchasers of these five Cooke In the investors interested in purchasing other thrifts operating under RTC conservatorships should continue to contact Louis Wright of our resolutions He will be sche duling meetings with these other potential Reports suggest that five Texas banks could be big enough to buy including NCNB Bane one Texas Commerce Banes hares First Interstate Bancorp and First City Contract Continued from Page 1 Walls said the rangers had not been hired and the rate of pay had not been set at the time the offer was The ranger program has been dis continued for the 1989 season because of lack of tourists on the riv The board will evaluate the prog ram in September to detenninc what kind of program will be implemented next The ECC is a search and rescue club that is affiliated with Texas Soci ety for Search and National Weather Service and Civil The ECC is also a member of the Guadalupe River a group of business and homeowners interested in the preserving the ecolo gy and economic development of the Guadalupe Hassold said the ECC hopes to renew its contract with Comal Continued from Page 1 An attorney generals opinion does not carry the weight of a court inter but is supposed to be a thoroughlyresearched Rheinlander advised the court to either immediately withhold any futher payments to CAD until the issue Braunfels three grandchildren and four Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home was in charge of Balrd Services will be Saturday at 10 at First United Methodist Church for Fay of 315 The Bill Hathaway will Burial will be in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Baird died Colonial Manor Care She was born in San Arrangements are under the direc tion of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Continued from 1 Thompson said NBU waits until six months after the accident and billing before filing a request for We work with people a long time before the he All they have to do is set up a payment He explained when a utility pole is NBU loses not only the pole but the transformers and all other attach ments which costs approximately It doesnt take much to add he Thompson said this policy does not affect customers who fail to pay their utility EDMONSON So that our employees may spend the holiday with their families and we will be CLOSED 4th We have adjusted our advertising deadlines to accomodate the holiday For Retail Classified Display Ad Run Day Deadline Noon 5 pm HeraldZritung For Classified Word Ad Run Day Deadline 5 pm 1 pm 707 Landa is resolved or suspend payments into the private plan and hold the money in An escrow account means the money will be put into the care of a third party and not delivered or put into effect until certain conditions are Educators lawsuit goes to court today A recent law passed by the 71st Texas Legislature is going to be tested Thursday before a state district judge because a teachers association claims it is The hearing date was set for today to hear initial arguments regarding the lawsuit filed by the Association of Texas Professional The ATPE lawsuit was filed July 28 in Travis County District and seeks to have house Bill 2566 declared unconstitutional on the grounds that the version signed by the governor is not the version passed by the According to Alan ATPE diector of HB2566 calls for increased standards in teacher appraisals and moving to currentyear appraisals which would delay Level Three payments for teachers who expected them this Its totally Bookman The teachers are really They followed all the and they dont know what theyre supposed to Bookman explained after Bill Clements signed HB 2566 into House Speaker Gib Lewis and Bill Hobby issued a statement saying the legislative intent of the bill signed by the governor was different from the bill passed by the Were pleased to be moving for said ATPE State President Carolyn a classroom teacher from Im confident the court will understand and appreciate our concern and confusion with House Bill Right we have previousyear appraisals used for level current year appraisals for level two and previousyear appraisals for level and the educators of this state are not sure where they Little some teachers will be appraised based on one set of statewide criteria in then turn around and be appraised on a stricter set of statewide criteria in Educators should be thinking about the kids who will be returning to but theyre still confused over what has been done to Former HUD official says Reagan aides used influence The countys percentage of the plan administration is approximately It appears to rather than stand ing back and allowing due process to take that there is a consistent effort to push this thing to a pre ordained Rhodes Before entering the retirement Rhodes said he conferred with profes sional plan Internal Revenue attorney generals an attorney with the Legislative and other appraisal I cant even begin to tell you the amount of effort that we went into to determine the type of plan to go At no point did anyone ever decide that this was a problem except for Rhodes Permits Continued from Page 1 During a commissisoners court workshop meeting Thursday mom Comal County commissioners recommended the district file a com plaint with the county attorney instead of hiring the additional law enforce ment for the They sug gested the move to allow the problem to be taken care of through required law enforcement Because of filing the formal com I dont know if timewise there will be time to have something done this Walls She said she and Nolle probably would contact the county attorney about the filing a formal complaint which allow the businesses time to After the required regular law enforcement offi cials would deliver the citations to the EDMONSON NEW YORK AP A former HUD official told a federal grand jury that Reagan aides repeatedly tried to intervene in an urban renewal prog ram touted as immune to political The New York Times reported In October the Deborah Gore suggested White House aides may have promoted the use of multimilliondollar grants for politically attractive projects of the Department of Housing and Urban the Times The Times said the testimony offers a clear indication of White House ties to HUDs grantselection process and apparently opens new avenues of inquiry for investigators in HUD and Congress who are examining other programs for possible executive assistant to former Housing Secretary Samuel Pierce from has refused to tes tify before Colombia Continued from Page 1 tioned throughout the Everything has started with no major People rushedto their homes shortly before the curfew time began and now the city is a spokesman at the Medellin Police Office said by telephone Wednesday Prison Continued from Page 1 accepted the plea of guilty on three counts of possession of a controlled substance from Leonardo 1764 Lee and gave him a 10 year sentence on each charge to be served On July Hernandez pleaded guilty to possession of pos session of heroin and possession of mcthamphetaniines in regard to a December 1988 raid at his home and business at 1306 San Antonio The 14 raid was a coordinated effort of New Braunfels Police Texas Alcoholic Bever age Commission and Alamo Area Narcotics Task Force Approximately in cash was netted as a result of the raid along with drugs with a street value of Hernandez pleaded guilty in a bar gain with District Attorney Bill Reim er in which charges against Hernan dezs son and daughter were According to the pair did not have any felony Reimcr said Hernandez will be listed as a habitual If he is found guilty of another felony that status will result in an enhanced sentence for Hernandez of not less than 25 Bank n Closing The following institutions will be closed Citizens National Bank 24 Hour Banking Closed Monday 4th First Federal Savings Loan New BraunfelsSattlerSan Marcos Wimberly Closed Monday 4th MBank New Braunfels MPHCT Banking 24 Hours Daily Closed Monday 4th New Braunfels National Bank Closed Monday 4th TronsActcard 24 Hour Bank Service San Antonio Savings Loan Association Closed Monday 4th Texas Commerce Bank 24 Hour putS J Closed Monday 4th Please arrange your banking needs 50 OFF All School Supplies While They Last Sale ends 4 SALE 25 OFF School Socks All Athletic Clothing in Stock 50 OFF Large Selection of Athletic Shoes Vivroux Toy Snorting Qoods 208 Austin Seitin Texas   

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