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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 14, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                2 New Texas November 14 Weather Water Comal Edwards Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Watch cfs up 3 same cfs same cfs same faat down The State An upper level storm system over Mexico continued to pump moist air into Texas trigger ing showers over most of the Forecasts called for a chance of showers and thunderstorms over most of the state tonight and It will be mostly cloudy over the entire Lows tonight will be mostly in the 40s over West ranging from the 30s in the Panhandle to the 50s in Southwest in the 50s in North Texas and in the 60s over most of South ranging from the 50s in the Hill Country to the 70s along the immediate coast in South Highs Friday will be in the 50s and 60s over most of West ranging from the 40s in the Pan handle to the 70s in the Big Bend in the 60s and 70s in North Texas and in the 70s and 80s in South Light rain and drizzle dampened a large area of North Texas early Some scattered showers were reported in the Lower Rio Grande Valley and in northwestern portions of South Some patchy fog was reported in South east In West light rain lin gered over the low rolling plains and Edwards Plateau early Early morning temperatures were in the 60s in South Texas and in the 50s Extremes ranged from 48 at Dalhart to 69 at Other early morning tempera tures around the state included 54 at 56 at Wichita 60 at Fort 59 at 58 at 63 at San 57 at 61 at Corpus 58 at San 53 at 55 at Midland and 53 at El Texas Ranger honored by colleagues Continued from 1 Harper of San aggravated possession of a controlled in this case two bags containing 54 grams of of San Anto driving while previ ously charged with the same Ruben of San two counts of theft more than and less than of theft of more than and less than of the 2500 block of West Katy driving while previously charged with the same of pos session of a controlled and Daphne both of Canyon burglary of a Halbardier of the 300 block of Faust driving while previously charged with the same of Sunflower sexual of the 700 block of Interstate 35 injury to a of HC3 Box theft by Stammtisch Continued from 1 MidTexas Symphony Rehearsals for the MidTexas Symphony Chorus are being con ducted on Monday evenings from in Ayers Recital Hall at Texas Lutheran The concert will be in New Braun fels on Former and new singers are For more information call Fred Frueholz Scholarships The local Veterans of Foreign Wars post is soliciting entries from New Braunfels High School stu dents in the VFW Voice of Demo cracy Scholarship Parti cipants write and then tape record a threeto fiveminute broadcast script expressing their views on the Meeting Americas Chal the top three stu dents will win in scholarships for for second and for The top winner will qualify for district competi with the possibility of moving on to higher levels of competition and larger scholarship From among the state who all qualify for VFWpaid trips to national win ners are chosen to receive a total of more than in Completed entry forms and tapes with scripts must be turned in to the school counselors office by when the VFW will pick the entries For more informa call Wilbur Ameri By STEPHANIE FERGUSON Managing Editor Recognized for his support to fel low law enforcement Texas Ranger Ramiro Ray Martinez who retires in December was roasted among friends and col leagues I can tell you straight from the heart that any time that I needed any kind of helg I could always call on whether it would be high noon or said Rudy Rubio of the Comal County Sheriffs He would never say no and he was always there for If anybody was to ask me to describe Ray in 25 words or less I guess the best description from my opinion is he just has the uncanny ability to find something when there appears theres nothing there He can always find the missing link the missing clue to solve a Rubio More than 100 law enforcement officials and friends gathered at the GiffordHill Company Clubhouse near Garden Ridge Wednesday to Killer bees have an attitude By ALAN HOLT Staff Writer The Africanized honey or Kill er which has continually threatened to invade the United States and already has in some isolated was the topic of an informative meeting given Wednesday by Comal County Extension Dub extension entomologist from the Texas Research Center in told the 12member audience the bee could reach as far north as New and possibly within the next couple of Thats about as far north as they can go and survive the he Unlike the European honey bee that is common in the United the Africanized honey bee is much more Actually its just another type of honey bee with an attitude he If youre within 30 or 40 yards of an Africanized bee theyre going to come after Africanized bee colonies can reach in and although each bee is able to sting only once before theSwarm stings as much as 10 European bee Stewart Contrary to what many people the Africanized bee sting is slightly less venomous than that of the European For a person who stumbles upon an Africanized bee Stewart The worst thing you can do is stand there and swat at They hate and theyll go straight for your The best thing to do is put some thing over your head and run as far away as Obituaries Lonnle Dale Overturf Services for Lonnie Dale of New Braunfels were Saturday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Bill Hathaway Burial followed at Ouadalupe Valley Memorial Overturf died at his He was bom in Franklin to Marvin Albert and Imogene nee Stidd He was married to Jane Biesenbach in was a garage supervisor with SMI in Seguin and had lived in New raunfels for 27 Survivors include his Jane Werturf of New Braunfels Ifnogene Short of two Melissa Mae Overturf and Tracy Langendorff of New Braunfels and Alyse Yvonne Casner of four Timothy Dale Overturf and wife Hol ly of Jeffery Dale Over turf and wife Laurie of New Braun Gregory Dale Overturf of New and Marvin Edward Over turf and wife Margie of New Braun fels three Margene Barclay and husband John of Donna Reimer of and Evelyn Gail Carpenter and hus band Jerry of two Conard Sanders of and Gerald Sanders of and four Pallbearers were Roy Tom Melvin Ronnie Clay Langendorf and Bryan Mamie Evelyn Brown Services for Mamie Evelyn Mox om of New Braunfels will be Thursday at Zoeller Fun eral She died at her resi She was bom in Kansas to and Joseph She married Thomas Erwin Brown on in Boise a school lived in Irving and Freer before mov ing to New Braunfels in Survivors are Tom Brown of New Braunfels Len Reeve of New Braunfels Tommy Joe Brown and wife Charlot te of California and five grandchil Rocky and Robin Dee Vanessa Kantrud and Donna Merghart and eight great Memorials may be made to Hos pice New PUBLIC NOTICE On April Corporation petition for declaratory relief with respect to the obligations or requirements of GTE or Contel any of its lubsidiariei relating to the merger of GTE and GTE and Contel have requested a ruling from the Public Utility Commission of Texas that neither GTE nor Contel is required to report the merger of GTE and Contel pursuant to Section 63 of the Public Utility Regulatoiy Act art 1446c Vernon that no investigation of the merger by the Commission is In the GTE and Contel seek determination that the merger is consistent with the public The Commission is investigating the merger between GTE and Contel Corporations to determine whether the merger is consistent with the public interest In reaching its determina the Commission shall lake into consideration the reasonable value of the facilities or securities to be disposed merged or If the Commission finds that the merger is not in the public the Commission shall take the effect of the transaction into consideration in GTE Southwest arid Contel of next raiemaking proceeding and disallow the effect of such transaction if it will unreasonably affect rates or This filing has been assigned Docket Persons who wish to intervene or otherwise participate in these proceedings should notify the A request to or for further should be mailed by 3 December to the Public Utility Commission of 7800 Shoal Creek Suite Further information may also be obtained by calling the Public Information Division of the Public Utility Commission at 512 or 512 4580221 teletypewriter for the INSURANCE ASSOCIATES LongTerm Care Rates as Low Per Year Age 65 Per Year Age 7579 Per Year Age 8084 Per Qualify Call 18008282434 Box 701042 San TX 789701042 I can tell you straight from the heart that any time that I needed any kind of help I could always call on whether it would be high noon or midnight He would never say no and he was always there for Rudy Rubio of the Comal County Sheriffs honor the man who began his law enforcement career in 1960 with the Austin Police It was there Martinez earned the Medal of Valor for ending the University of Texas tower sniper massacre on the campus in In 1969 Martinez joined the Department of Public Safety and 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