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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 10, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                Laughlin loses Morales wins in runoffs fi i j AssocfaWd Press Writer 1 4 r Come Novem ber see new names on the ballot in seyeral races The imajge of newcomer Victor NMHjj previously only held a position appealed to the scattering Tekans who voted They selected political neophyte in Tues days runoff elections as the Democ ratic nbfifinee over longtime Wash ington professional John Bryant I think alot of people very much love thcJdea of a guy whos not con lH Wfly to an lK 11iats an irre sisnble type of an image and I under stand he said Morales 46 now will squaw off against Republican Sen Phil Gramm who is looking for his third term Life is Many times you get knocked down but you get back up Im sure many more times in this six seven months against Phil Gramm that Ill get knocked down but youd better believe Ill always get back he said Voters decided against incumbent Greg Laughlin Instead Ron Paul Will be representing the 14th District the voters decided they Wanted a Laughlin said Laughlin who had defected from the Democratic party last summer is the first sitting congressman to be defeated this year Paul once headed the Libertarian fore ing to the OOP Laughlins defeat is sure to embar rass national and state party leaders who worked overtime to ensure his victory and prove their commitment to party switchers He was one of five House members who jumped to the Republican party last year Paul who spent heavily for the runoff on a conservative platform now facets lawyer Charles Lefty Morris who was unopposed in the Democrat ic primary In El Paso Silvestre Reyes is new on the political scene after winning the Democratic nomination in the 16th District congressional race Reyes retired from his job as Border Patrol sector chief Texans hit by high gas prices since January By KEVIN OHANLON Associated Press Writer DALLAS AP It has to do with the price of crude oil New York Mer cantile Exchange volume and United Nations talks with Iraq but all most folks know is that it costs more recent ly to fill the ol family sedan with gas The price of regular unleaded gaso line in Texas is up an average of 10 cents a gallon since the first of the year No kidding Whats up with Joe DeLaurier of Dallas who admitted to sticker shock while filling up his car over the weekend What happened to a dollarsix a gal i According to the American Auto mobile Association the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gaso line in Texas over Easter weekend was a percent jump since Christmas The national average was a gallon up 9 cents since Christmas Prices in the AAA survey of Texas cities ranged from a gallon in Waco and Beaumont to in El Among the reasons experts cite for rising prices oil inventories in the Unit ed States are down 12 percent from last year causing prices for the com modity to jump according to the American Petroleum Institute in Wash ington week May crude oil futures rose to a barrel from May unleaded gasoline rose to cents a gallon from cents are doubts about whether a deal can be reached on the oil forfood plan with Iraq Do You Need Your Wisdom Teeth Removed If so patients are being enrolled for a wisdom tooth research study One or more wisdom teeth can be extracted by a board certified surgeon Financial compensation will be provided for your opinion on a pain medication BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH CALL TODAY 3201630 OUTSIDE AUSTIN 18003201630 Otto Zimmermann celebrated his 91 st birthday March Mr Zimmermann was honored with a dinner given by the Joe Stehle family his eatered by Bliiebonnets were used as a decorating theme and a centerpiece of 91 red roses and white orchids centered the main table His wife Tillie daughter Helen and her husband Charlie son Harold and wife Rosalie daughterinlaw Shirley grandchildren and great grandchildren joined 60 other relatives and friends to help Otto celebrate this happy occasion Subscribe To 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April 11 1996 at 10 at Zoeller Funeral Home Interment will follow at 3 in Rose Lawn Memorial Park Alice Texas Visitation begins Wednes day at 10 and will continue until service time Thursday Memorial con tributions may be made to Medinas Childrens Home Christian Homes of Abilene or Hospice New Braunfels Erwin LctiNMnn Erwin Lehmann of New Braunfels died Monday April 8 1996 at the Arboretum of New Brauflfels at the ag of 86 He is survived by his wife Vales ka Lehmann daughters Alice Want Dorrene Henk Gladys Jahnsen sons Norman Lehmann Roman Lehmann Erwin Lehmann Lenatd Lehmann and Larry Lehmann sisters Elisie Bier stedt and Thelka Wersterfer brothers Adolph Lehmann and Karl Lehmann 26 grandchildren and 36 children Fuiieral services will be Thurs day April at Zoeller Funera1 Home at 3 with burial to follow el Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Visv Station Will be from day until service time on Zoeller Funeral Home Sidney Ray Hagood age 34 McQueeney Texas died at McKenJI Memorial Hospital in New fauftftfe onMonday April 8 1996 Funeral sttfc vice will be at 10 on Thursday April 11 1996 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Visitation will be from 8 Wednesday until service time Thursday DoeppeiMchmMt Funeral Home 6 Obituary policy The New Braunfels HeralfrZeitui publishes obituaries and death notices under the following lines A charge of per column Inch for all obituaries with full information Including brief information regarding persons life and accomplishments surviving family members etc Death notices which contain only the name of the deceased time of death and information about services is published at no cost All obituaries must be submitted1 for publication through a funeral home HeraldZeltung charges are normally billed by the respective funeral home Deadlines for obituaries are am weekdays and 4 Saturdayso for Sunday more information contact city editor Roger Croteau at 6259144 or fl Metro 6060846 GRASS KICKING GRAND OPENING H m Equipment 421 E KINGSBURY ST SEGUIN TEXAS 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