New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 18, 1983, Page 3

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 18, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Calendar of Events County to eye revenue sharing Government Comal Commissioners Court:    IO a.m. Thursday, Courthourse first floor. County Jail meeting: scheduled by commissioners, 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Holy Family Church. Organizations American    Heart Association 6 p.m. Wednesday. Faust Hotel banquet room. Comal County Historical Com miss ion. 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. Ditt linger Memorial Library. Downtown Rotary Club noon Thursday, Faust Hotel. Noon Lions Club:    noon Thursday, Eagles Hall. (If you would like your club or organization listed in Hie calendar, please contact the Herald Zeitung at 625-9144 or send a notice to P.O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, Tx., 78130. Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 p.m. th e day befur e publication. Deadline for Sunday editions is 5 p.m. Friday.) Deaths Mrs. Laura Rose Arrangements are pending at /.eelier Funeral Home for Mrs I .aura Rose, 77 She died Tuesday. May IT. at Oakt rest Inn Convalescent Center Monroe Holtman Arrangements are pending at I happens* hmtdt Funeral Home for Monroe Holtman of Monte I. Box 356-H. New Braunfels He died Tuesday, May 17, ut Mi Henna Memorial Hospital at the age of 58. Walter Dreibrodt Arrangements are pending at Doeppenschniidt Funeral Home for Walter Dreibrodt of New Braunfels He died Tuesday, Max 17, at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of Ha Canyon Middle School names new drum major, twirlers Drum major and twirler tryouts were field for Canyon Middle and Canyon High Schools last w eek Results fot Canyon High will be omnium od a: tile Music Banquet Thursday at the Civic Center, beginning at 7 31) p in Tickets will be available at the door or from Canyon hand students Final adoption of the county’s federal revenue sharing budget will bt* considered by Commissioners Court Thursday. In the past the court has met on Mondays but they have now changed their regular meeting date to Thursdays at IO a.m. in Commissioners Courtroom, first floor of the Courthouse In addition to discussing the federal revenue sharing budget, the court will discuss Senate Bill 2161 which would allow the Cowards Undgei ground Water District to charge p e r m 11 fees. A resolution in support of this proposed legislation may be signed by tile court The amendment of the budget for justice of the peace precinct 3 will also be considered, according to Thursday’s agenda. Peace Justice Fred Stewart has asked the court to take tins action so he may purchase a typewriter for his office Plats from three subdivisions will also be reviewed by the court. These include Brand Ranch Subdivision, Whitson Mt Subdivision and Cy press Cove. •Tff X I; X AS UR f* PA CO. 00 9 1 I I *XX> +>00 Come See Our Display of Spas and Hoi Tubs IWN CASTELL rf* putt offk*> 6251500 »>00    *>00    *XK1 Twirler at Canyon Middle School xviii In- Margie Williams, daughter of Mr and Mrs Glenn Williams Judy Schandua. daughter of Mi and Mrs Charles Schandua, was chosen as CMS drum major Other candidates were Kenny Kuydendall. son of Mr and Mrs Karl Kuykendall, and Dwayne Buford, son of Mr and Mrs Mike Tsehoepe I I I I Now Open! Conseruation Rio zn Restorations Antique Refinishing and Restoring Mon.-Fri. 9-5 Robert Paul Dtiplissoy 625-4345 Conservation Plaza I 300 Church Mill Pr ♦XX* *XX> ♦XX* »XK« I 9 I § I I * £ *xx> ♦ Weather Horoscope BY STELLA WILDER WEDNESDAY MAY IR Born today, you are many-faceted in terms of talent but you are of a moody disposition and max actually stand in your own wax when it comes to developing your talents You are basically sound in your judgment, but you are inclined to allow m-tuitixe gleanings to cloud issues that belong strictly rn Ute realm of reason Your ambition is often unsettled, and you are prone to setting first one goal and then another, often with no connection between them Such changability slows your progress, through it may add spice to life Even when in a depressed mood, you are attracts e to others Children especially appreciate your wit and your story-telling abilities You are quick to feel hurt in others and equally quick to attempt rescue w hen you see the need To see what ta lo store for you tomorrow, find your birthday aud read the corresponding paragraph. lad your birthday star be your dally guide. THURSDAY, MAY 19 TAURUS (April 20-May 201 - An encouraging word from an old friend puts you back on the right track Success is just around the bend. GEMINI (May 21-June 201 - Take measures to increase your own productivity, regardless of what others are saying now. CANCER (June 21-July 22) - Events you consider minor early in the day may prove to Im* very significant by day send EFX) (July 23- Aug. 221 Nervous energy builds as the day fails ti) ask of you all y ou could give Kind an outlet and go for it ” VIRGO i Aug 23-Sept. 22» An unconst ious desire to pullout of a project already well underway max make you less than cooperative now I.IHKA (Sept. 23-4let. 221 Remain alert to ar tistic possibles of what may appear to be purely mundane and materialistic activities SCORPIO (Oct. 23-\ox. 211 Family enterprise goes well, if you are wise enough to listen to the von e of experience SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Others may want to do for you today what you really do not wish done Stay their hands if you can CAPRICORN (Dec, 22-Jan. 19) Your attraction for people changes Don’t depend on the same old things to gain support; try something new. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Eeb. 18) A successful plan of action is half the battle Do what you can to involve co-workers PISCES (Feb. 19-March 201 Your interest in the social arts makes another’s success possible, they may demonstrate gratitude ARIES (March 21-April 19» Your natural charm carries you a good way toward personal goals today. Don’t allow emotions to dictate Local temperatures Tuesday’s high was 75 degrees, followed bx an overnight low of 72 Today s high is expected to tx* in tin- low 80s. and Thursday s in the mid-AOs The low tonight will In* in the in id-60s Lake level Canyon I .ake registered 905 OI feet above sea level this morning, as opposed to Tuesday s level of 905.00 Overnight rainfall in New Braunfels was 02 inch Texas A broken line of thunderstorms extended from Northeast Texas into central sections of the state before lawn today as light showers fell in Southeast I exas Sonic patches of light fog were reported elsewhere in South Texas Skies were clearing behind a cool front in the Panhandle and South Plains Temperatures were iii the 40s and 50s in Northwest and West Texas, while readings in the 60s and 70s were noted Readings at 4 a in ranged from 42 at \marilloto77 at McAllen The forecast called for scattered thunderstorms, some possibly heavy in South and East Texas through tonight Partly cloudy skies were expected over the rest of the state Texas forecasts North Texas Thunderstorms ending bx evening II ntral and west Continued chance of thunderstorms east into Thursday Partial clearing east and i entral through tonight A little cooler west and ••nital with decreasing humidity Highs 75 to 82 I yow s 52 to 60 South Texas Mostly cloudy with a chance of thunderstorms through tonight Decreasing i lowliness Thursday w ith a chance of thunderstorms coast Highs iii the 80s Ixws mostly in tile 60s Wrsl Texas Fair to partly cloudy through I hui (lax Warmer most sections Thursday. Highs 67 Panhandle to 82 south and 92 Big Bend U>ws 41 Panhandle and mountains to 55 south and near 60 Big Bend Highs Thursday 69 Panhandle to 87 south and 95 Big Bend Port Arthur to Port O’Connor Small craft advisory in effect Southeasterly winds 20 til 25 knots shifting to northerly IO to 15 knots tonight and southerly IO to 15 knots Th ut sdax Seas 4 to 6 feet falling to 3 to 5 feet tonight Scattered thunderstorms through tonight Port O’Connor to Brownsville Small craft advisory in effect Southeasterly winds 20 to 25 knots decreasing to IO to 15 knots tonight Southerly winds IO to 15 knots Thursday Seas 4 to ii feet falling to 3 to 5 feet tonight Widely scattered showers and thunderstorms through tonight The Nation Severe weather that pummeled the nation s heartland was easing ti*da> after hail, tornadoes, thunderstorms and up to 2 feet of snow hampered travel and left manx towns without power The National Weather Service said a spring blizzard in the central Rockies on Tuesday dumped 24 inches of snow in Wyoming near Wheatland and 23 inches in the Buckhorn Mountain of < olorado west of Fort Collins. Tornadoes, accompanied by high winds and hail, were sighted in Kansas, Oklahoma and north-central Texas, but there were no reports of major injuries Winds that gusted up to 86 mph snapped power poles and lines and left entire communities along Colorado’s Front Range without electricity Thunderstorms raked parts of Arkansas and northern louisiana arid showers spread over the Central Plains, the mtd-Mi.ssi.ssippi valley into the lower Ohio Valley and on to the lower Creak I -ikes Temperatures before dawn ranged from 26 degrees in Houlton, Maine, to 79 degrees iii Key W est and West Palm Beach, Fla EXTRA HEAVY DUTY CARPORTS WE CUSTOM MANUFACTURE ANY SIZE Carport or patio tingle*, doublet, triplet, etc Do it yourtelf Witt available BUG FREE PATIO Screened-in to keep out bugs with inside comfort outdoors! Choice of over 5 colors and combinations1 ‘INSTALLATION EXTRA WIW 1983 MODI I SOUTHERN AIR ROOM ld*ol lo. Don ut So ((loom Cam b# lab. it al* J on* tut It A I URI S INClUDt • 4 thick walls    •    Aluminum Siding • Choice of paneling • (mutated Ceiling • 3 'J intuition CUSTOM MANUFACTURED TO YOUR SPECIFICATIONS Aquarius GLASS ROOM Completely enclosed with all glass win dows for inside comfort outdoors1 'Y screens on all windows Can be insulated Choice of over 5 color combinations 2 Aluminum Kick Panel BEFORE AFTER REPLACE THOSE OLD WOODEN WINDOWS WITH NU tiff All ALUMINUM WINDOWS • No Painting • No Carpenter Work • Cuts Heating Air Conditioning Cost • No Maintenance Trouble Free Running rings... Kindergarten and first graders showed their skills with lump ropes, balls, balance beams tumbling and parallel bars The S 0 he* Et I fry John V gymnastic program was held 7 uesday at Comal Elementary • MANSARD ROOFS • SOUTHERN AIR ROOM • OUTSIDE BUNDS • WINDOW SCREENS • SCREEN DOORS • INSULATING DOORS • AWNINGS • CARPORTS • PATIO COVERS • WINDOWS • STORM WINDOWS • SIDING Do Your Port to Help Conserve ENERGY INSULATING STORM WINDOWS Save On Heating, Air Conditioning Installed in Any Opening White, Brome A Aluminum • ROOFS • GUTTERS • SCREEN ENCLOSURE • PORCH ENCLOSURE • GLASS ENCLOSURE AQUARIUS iWNING CORP. EXPERT INSTALLATION WE MAKE BURGLAR BARS & HAND RAILS BANK FINANCING AVAILABLE it SPECIAL DISCOUNTS it FREE ESTIMATES AT YOUR CONVENIENCE Out of Town? Call Collect! 629-2865 DON’T WAIT CALL NOW Terms Available • Pay Cath A Save ;

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