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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 1, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A New Texas May 1991 Weather Water Comal Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Edwards South Texas forecasts TODAYTHURSDAY Increasing cloudiness tonight with widely scattered Mostly cloudy Thursday with scattered showers or thunderstorms mainly central and Highs Thursday in the 80s except 90s inland Lows tonight from near 60 Hill Country to 60s north and 70s FRIDAYSUNDAY Hill Country and South Central mostly warm and humid with a chance of showers or thun Highs in the mid and upper 80s to near Lows in the upper 60s to near Texas Coas tal mostly warm and humid with a slight chance of showers or Highs in the 80s lower 90s Lows in the low 70s upper 70s Lower Rio Grande Val ley and mostly warm and humid with a slight chance of showers or thunder Highs in the 80s coast to the mid and upper 90s Lows in the mid to upper Southeast Texas and the upper Texas mostly warm and humid with a chance of show ers or Highs in the low to mid Lows in the upper Watch cfs down 4 down 2 same down down 60s and low The state including some that may reach severe are expected Thursday in West Texas east of the There will be scattered showers and thunderstorms across West Texas and portions of South Texas It will be cloudy across North Forecasts call for scattered showers and thunderstorms across most of the state on But the only ones expected to become severe are in West Lows tonight will be mostly in the SOs across West ranging from the 40s in the Panhandle to the 60s in the Big Bend in the 50s and 60s in North Texas and in the 60s and 70s in South Highs Thursday will be mostly in the SOs in West ranging from the 70s in the Panhandle to the 90s in the Big Bend in the SOs in North Texas and in the SOs and 90s in South Temperatures dipped below freezing in the Texas Panhandle before dawn today with Dalhart recording 31 at 5 Blowing dust was reported in the Permian Basin before dawn as winds reach ed 35 Board members resigns after weeklong protest AUSTIN AP After a week of protests by students at the Texas School for the a 12year mem ber of the schools governing board who became the target of their ire has stepped Gayle of sent a letter of resignation to Ann Richards late following an afternoon of protests at the state Capi tol by more than 100 students from the deaf The controversy surrounding my reappointment is interfering with the education of the Texas School for the Deaf a situation that 1 find abhorrent I refuse to participate in such a Lindsey wrote in announcing her The who come to the resi dential campus from across the have held protest marches and boy cotted classes since a letter Lind sey wrote to Gonzalo was distributed last The letter criticized legislation requested by a coalition of deafrights groups that would require a majority of the school board to be hearing Lindsey is not hearing CISD Continued from 1A Gramham compared the agreement to that of mineral rights Its just like mineral rights in the ground the school district owns the air rights to these 20 she If we dont take it then they will probably move the tower some place else and somebody else will get She said the agreement could even tually mean about for At the time the agreement is signed the district will receive from When the FCC approves the request the district will receive another In the second year of the agreement the district will receive up to and about Grantham said the districts attor ney Jim Walsh with Underwood and Anderson reviewed the Persons from RuralVision were not present at the Monday night meeting and were unavailable for Obituaries Norbert Beisser Services for Norbert of New Braunfels will be 2 Thurs day at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Bill Hathaway Burial will follow at Com al Beisser was born in New Braunfels to George and Helena nee Beyer He died April at his He married Jo Nell Blumberg June in New He lived in Comal and Guadalupc counties all of his He was a heavy equipment operator for Fischer Con He was a member of the Elks Mission Valley Bowling and the Comal County Farm Survivors include his Jo Nell Beisser of New Braunfels step Teresa Blumberg of New Braunfels a brother George Beisser and his Virginia of New Braunfels two Sherry Lynn Tschocpe and Carol Ann a Stephen Beisser great nephew and Dennis Baxter Peek and Sohya Visitation will be until service time Thursday at the funeral Memorials may be given to Hospice New Braunfels or the charity of ones Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Charles and Deborah Yarbrough 1526 New Braunfels 6pound 11ounce girl April Kcllcy Pattin and James Sasser Box Canyon Lake 7pound 6ounce girl April Stammtisch Continued from 1 day concerts will feature Clay Blaker and the Texas Honky Tonk Band and country singer Pam Til Toddler Run McKenna Memorial Hospitals 4th Annual Toddler Run will accept additional entrants on race The event is designed to raise funds for the MMH Health Profes sions Scholarship Races begin at 8 May 18 and all tod dlers whose sponsors pay the registation fee will win a Boy Scout barbecue Members of the Boy Scout Troop arc planning a bar becue fundraiser slated for 11 to 2 Sunday at the First United Methodist Church Wesley 572 San Antonio Tick ets are each with food to go For more information call Larry Kunkel at 6295881 Ste phen Meuth at 6297424 or Betty May Fete The second May Fete and Carni val will be held at Carl Schurz Elementary from There will be lots of crafts and fun for all ages and the entire The May Pole Dance will be a 6 Comanche Peak restart TU Electric says Painters perch Mike Mendoza of Michael Construction takes a perch above the sidewalk shade of the Richter build in downtown New Braunfels in as he repaints the window The task was part of a plan to revitalize the area included in a recent Main Street Project Photo by Erik Karlsson FORT Texas AP It could be several more weeks before the Comanche Peak Nuclear Power offline for six resumes TU Electric officials Fridays expected restart may be postponed for days of weeks until workers can find the cause of damage to a steam spokesman George I ledrick said The plant was closed for mainte nance after a water leak was discov ered in Since the plant near Glen Rose opened in April it has shut down 19 times for Hedrick Eleven of those involved the nuclear portion of the he None of the problems posed a he Plant officials and a spokesman for the regional Nuclear Regulatory Commission office in Arlington said problems at the facility have been average for a plant just getting The latest problem involves the nonnuclear portion of the plant and is not considered dangerous to the publ Hedrick and a spokesman for the Nuclear Regulatory Commission reg ional office said Comanche Peak was closed March 22 after a water leak was discovered in the turbine Officials moved up a planned maintenance shutdown to coincide with the The which officials said had been was caused by a metal support falling onto a Hedrick The latest turbine damage was dis covered April 21 when an attempt was made to turn the giant fan using a handoperated Hedrick When the turbine would not it was taken Officials found damage to the blades and grooves in the housing within which the turbine spins at revolutions a minute when A team of officials from the plant and manufacturer of the tur is trying to determine whether the shaft that holds the blades is Hedrick Replacement parts are available at the site for repair once the problem is Hedrick He added that TU has plenty of reserve electrici ty to cover the time the plant is rnclorv Trades Gold ft Diamonds IN EMERGENCIES Corrections Comal Independent School Dis trict Board of Trustees appointed Leigh Ann assistant princi pal of Smithson Valley Middle to principal of Mountain Valley Elementary Monday Charles and Deborah Yarbrough of New Braunfels are the proud parents of a 6pound 11ounce born at McKenna Memorial Hos pital on April She was misidentified in the Births listing in Tuesdays The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung regrets the Announcing The Opening Of The Law Office Of Kimbel L Brown Attorney At Law Former Assistant County Attorney 9 Civil and Criminal Practice 260 Castell 15126253455 VOTE FOR BRYAN KRAFT COMAL ISO BOARD OF TRUSTEES Native of Comal County Graduate of Canyon High School Twenty years management and leadership experience in the Air Force including the Pentagon and State Department District taxpayer last fourteen years Currently a high school math Knowledgeable of current educational issues and districts heritage Two children in district schools Active in Canyon High Academic Booster Canyon Music Canyon Middle School PTA Member CISD Funding and Finance Committee and Texas Association of Professional FOR Ensuring a high balanced education is maintained in the schools A thorough evaluation of all administrative auxiliary and auxiliary operations to determine their continued necessity in todays financial Maximizing spending cuts not directly affecting the Minimizing spending cuts which will have a negative impact on academic vocational extracurricular and key professional staff members such as and Avoiding drastic increases in class Taxpayers can not be the only solution of the funding dilemma Locally set tax rates must be judiciously determined from a prudent and restrained budget If the schools become mediocre or district taxes disproportionately higher than neighboring the CISD will cease growing and all the communities in the district will suffer The students of the district must be our first priority Ensure trjeir future The schools of the district belong to the patrons For a voice on the Board of Trustees who would welcome your comments and opinions VOTE FOR BRYAN KRAFT May 4 by Gloria Kraft GRANZINS MEAT MARKET McQueeney 625351O i hungry Hobo TBonc Steak 409 ib II Fully cut if Round Steak 059 10 or inoiri Ib Rump Roast HEAD CHEESE BLOOD Country Style Monday thru 1 Saturday Custom Slaughtering Only Pork Ribs 1 49 Fryers Fresh Whole Only 53C Ib 7Bone Chuck i 69 I69 1O or more 59 Sausage 10 or 1 79 Specials Good May 1st thru May 7th Chicken Breast 139 s I or more JL 29 Beef Cutlets 2 69 Mkt Fresh Spare Ribs 1 69 Fajitas Tenderized 2 2 29 39 Chuck Steak 7 Bone 1 1 69 Kennedy Bacon 139 Ib 31bs or more Ib Catfish Filets Boneless 2 Chuck Hamburger 1 79 5 Ibs or more 1 Pkg i 63 Cattle Butchering Processing DWT Retain Hide Head 10 I 59 or more Custom Slaughtering Hogs Butchering Wisconsin Cheese I 69 Dr Pepper Lambs Butchering Processing DWT Processing DWl Hindquarter Forequarter
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