New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 10, 1996, Page 3

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung April 10, 1996

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 10, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Laughlin loses, Morales wins in runoffs Herajd-ZeltungOWedne^ By KATIE FAIRBANK Associated Press Writer DALLAS (AP) — Come November, Texans will see new names on the ballot in several races. The image of newcomer Victor Morales, who had previously only held a city council position, appealed to the scattering bf Texans who voted. They selected the political neophyte in Tuesday’s runoff elections as the Democratic nominee over longtime Washington professional John Bryant. “I think a lot of people very much love the idea of a guy who’s not connected in any way to an organized effort doing well. That’s really an irresistible type of an image, and I understand completely,” he said. Morales, 46, now will square off against Republican Sen. Phil Gramm, who is looking for his third term. “Life is straggle.... Many times you get knocked down, but you get back up. I’m sure many more times in this six, seven months against Phil Gramm that I’ll get knocked down, but you’d better believe I’ll always get back up,” he said. Voters decided against incumbent Greg Laughlin. Instead, Ron Paul will be representing the 14th District. “The voters decided they wanted a change,” 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 Party presidential ticket before returning to the GOP. Laughlin’s defeat is sure to embarrass 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 faces lawyer Charles “Lefty” Morris, who was unopposed in the Democratic 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 O’HANLON Associated Press Writer DALLAS (AP) — It has to do with the price of crude oil, New York Mercantile Exchange volume and United Nations talks with Iraq, but all most folks know is that it costs more recently to fill the ol’ family sedan with gas. The price of regular unleaded gasoline in Texas is up an average of IO cents a gallon since the first of the year. “No kidding! What’s up with that?”said Joe DeLaurier of Dallas, who admitted to “sticker shock” while filling up hjs car over the weekend. “What happened to a dollar-six a gallon?” According to the American Automobile Association, the average price for a gallon of regular unleaded gasoline in Texas over Easter weekend was $1.15 — a 9.5 percent jump since Christmas. The national average was $1.18 a gallon, up 9 cents since Christmas. Prices in the AAA survey of Texas cities ranged from $1.11 a gallon in Waco and Beaumont to $1.22 in El Paso. Among the reasons experts cite for rising prices: —Crude oil inventories in the United States are down 12 percent from last year, causing prices for the commodity to jump, according to the American Petroleum Institute in Wash ington. —Last week, May crude oil futures rose to $22.75 a barrel from $21.47; May unleaded gasoline rose to 68.76 cents a gallon from 64.85 cents. —There are doubts about whether a deal can be reached on the U.N. “oil-for-food plan” with Iraq. Do You Need Your Wisdom Teeth Removed? v 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. RESEARCH*1 CAlL T0DAY 320',63° GROUP '" OUTSIDE AUSTIN 1-800-320-1630 Otto Zimmermann celebrated his 91st birthday March 24,1996. Mr. Zimmermann was honored with a dinner given by the Joe Stehle family, his brother-in-law. Dinner was /-catered by Goerke’s Country Tavern WI. Bluebonnets were used as a decorating theme and a centerpiece of 91 red roses and white orchids centered the main table. His wife Tittie, daughter Helen and her husband Charlie; son Harold and wife Rosalie; daughter-in-law Shirley; grandchildren and great grandchildren joined 60 other relatives and friends to help Otto celebrate this happy occasion. Subscribe To LOCAL INTERNET ACCESS I On New Braunfsls' First LOCAL INTERNET WEB SERVER J • Point to £>oint service • World Wide Web • E-Mail • News TESTING PHASE SPEC1/ Sign up now and receive larch *96 access FREE! • File Transfer    Only $24.95/mo. for personal • Local Internet Special Interest dial up accounts. Group Membership    • Low Setup Fees • And Much Much More    * Customized Services Available CALL 609-1237 to subscribe Internet Services and Network Consulting brought to you by CompuVision of New Braunfels and South Texas Internet Connection, Inc. Obituaries Annie Mm Ruth Sykes Taylor Annie Mae Ruth Sykes Taylor of New Braunfels, age 75, died Monday, April 8, 1996, at Kirkwood Manor. Mrs. Taylor was bom in Lueveme, Ala., in 1920. Having celebrated 55 years of a long and happy marriage, she had met and married Harold Taylor in Robstown, Texas, in 1941. Mrs. Taylor is survived by her husband, Harold Taylor of New Braunfels; daughters, Pat Caldwell and husband Royce of San Antonio, Judi Procter apd husband David of Austin; three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be Thursday, April ll, 1996, at IO a.m. at Zoeller Funeral Home. Interment will follow at 3 p.m. in Rose Lawn Memorial Park, Alice, Texas. Visitation begins Wednesday at IO a.m. and will continue until service time Thursday. Memorial contributions may be made to Medina’s Children’s Home, Christian Homes of Abilene or Hospice New Braunfels. Erwin LuhnMum Erwin Lehmann of New Braunfels died Monday, April 8, 1996, at the Arboretum of New Braunfels at the age of 86. He is survived by his wife, Vales-ka Lehmann; daughters Alice Wahl, Dorrene Henk, Gladys Jahnsen; sons Norman Lehmann, Roman Lehmann, Erwin Lehmann Jr., Lenard Lehmann and Larry Lehmann; sisters Elisie Bier-stedt and Thelka Wersterfer; brothers Adolph Lehmann and Karl Lehmann; 26 grandchildren and 36 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be Thursday, April 11,1996, at Zoeller Funera’ Home at 3 p.m. with burial to follow a" Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Vi;' itation will be from 10:30 am We s.t <- day until service time on Thursday^ Zoeller Funeral Home.    ' ne Sidney Ray Hagood, Jr.^: Sidney Ray Hagood, Jr., age 34, of McQueeney, Texas, died at McKenna Memorial Hospital in New Braunfels on Monday, April 8,1996. Funeral sftt vice will be at IO am on Thursday,* April ll, 1996 at Doeppenschmidf Funeral Home. Visitation will be frogq 8 a.m. Wednesday until service tirpe. Thursday. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Horn? _JL Obituary policy The New Braunfels Herald-Zeru J publishes obituaries and death notices under the following guidelines: ■ A charge of $9.51 per column Inch for all obituaries with full information, including brief information regarding person's 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 submitted for publication through a funeral home. Herald-Zeitung charges are normally billed by the respective funeral home. ■ Deadlines for obituaries are 8:30 a.m. weekdays and 4 p.m. Saturdays * (for Sunday publication).    -( ■ For more information, contact city editor Roger Croteau at 625-9144 or Metro 606-0846. GRASS KICKING GRAND OPENING! Li*-' •i J? A Equipment Ca v si 421 E. KINGSBURY ST. • SEGUIN, TEXAS Saturday, April 13th! 8:30 a.m.*5 p.m. Free Food, Drinks & Live Music! Someone Will Win a    Lawn Tractor!!! So Come In to Register! r~    VALUABLE    PRIZES    WILL SE GIVEN AWAY EACH HOUR! Come See “3” Showrooms of Lawn ^ Garden Equipment! You will see why IftiisiiLJ & American Turf is The Best Value $ for $111 »V /-I    **ri'>!? 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: April 10, 1996

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