New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 20, 1984, Page 5

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 20, 1984

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 20, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas KROGER GRADE A Gat one dozen Kroger Grade "A" Large Eggs FRIE with this coupon and *15.00 or more purchaze Coupon good Wed., Nov. 14 thru Wed., Nov. 21 1914 Limit one coupon per customer. GOOD AT ALL SAN ANTONIO STORES. SAN MARCOS & NEW BRAUNFELS SWIFT GRADE A YOUNG CALIFORNIA PASCAL NORBEST GRADE A PRE BASTED m*u riceys STALK LIMIT ONE PLEASE NEVER FROZEN KROGER GRADE A Fresh Turkeys . . LB. 99* COUNTRY CLUB 93*. FAT FREE” WHOLE. (HALF HAMS LB. '1.68) Boneless Hams .. . LB. $|58 SWIFT GRADE A YOUNG FRESH NEVER FROZEN. IO LBS. & UP Butterball Turkeys. rn m L B . FRYER Liver or Gizzards . . $f09 69* CALIFORNIA PASCAL BANDED COOKES SKINLESS AND SHANKLESS PORTIONS Smoked Hams . .. . LB WILSON ”93*. FAT FREE (HALF HAMS LB. *2.28) WHOLE Boneless Hams ie COUNTRY CLUB (S LB. CAN *9.79) Canned Ham... 3 LB. CAN $|29 $2» $599 Large Celery • STALK U.S. CHOICE GRAIN FED BEEF BONELESS Chuck Roasts .. .L. IONELESS $128 "THANKSGIVING FAVORITE” Louisiana Yams..... CORRIN KING. RUBY RED Seedless Grapes_____ 4... S1 88* LB. PENCIL SIZE Green Onions 5J1 M/42 CT.. S LB. BOX Headless Shrimp . LB. $299 U.S. CHOICE GRAIN FED BEEF BONELESS BOTTOM ROUND Rump Roasts .... U.S. CHOICE WHOLE Leg O' Lamb...... LB. KAHN'S Little Smokies • LB. $|78 $|99 $999 COUNTRY STAND SNO WHITE Mush- Rooms . .’VSS: $f 68 Chamber to handle porthole paperwork By PATRICIA YZNAGA KING Wire editor The Chamber of Commerce will write to the Texas Water Commission to get permits to close the portholes of two dams in the county. The Chamber heard a report last month which stated that closing the portholes would add at least 184 million acre feet of water to the Edwards Aquifer Delbert George, chairman of the Natural Resources Committee, told chamber directors Monday that County Judge Fred Clark requested that the chamber take care of the paperwork to get the portholes closed. The county commissioners voted last month to close the portholes in dams 3 and 4. which are located on Blieders Creek Dam and the Eikel-Blank Dam. Although Chamber President Robert Orr and Chamber Executive Vice President Tom Purdum said that the chamber's staff was stretched thinly, they agreed that closing the portholes was too important an issue to ignore. Purdum said the project was “too important to let go by." and added that the chamber will put other projects on the “back burner" until the permits are received. Chamber members asked George why the county had not approved closing the portholes on dams I and 2. especially since dam 2, the Schuetz dam, has a potential to allow 92 million acre feet of water into the aquifer recharge zone. George reported that the landow ners at those sites wanted compensation because the extra water would affect their property. Three advance to state choir Three of the 25 middle school and high school Comal ISD vocalists w ho performed in the All-Region Choir concerts last weekend in San Antonio will advance to area state contests. Charles Surface and Jennifer White, both of Smithson Valley High School, and Teresa Moehrig of Canyon High School, have earned the right to advance to All-State area auditions in Corpus Christi in January. Others w ho performed with the All-Region Choir were David Morgan. l.aura Highland and Paul Hubbard, all of SVHS; and Jerr> Perez. Albert Natal and Patrick Voss, all of CHS Ninth graders who performed in the freshmen treble choir were Pam Morrow, Uliana Morales. I.ynda Dierks and Belinda Ortiz, ail of Canyon. Canyon Middle School students who performed with the All-Region middle school choir were Karen Aniol, I^irry Abel, Daniel Ackerman, David Buryanek, Joey Gyure. Stephanie Ivy. Raj. Kaderli. Conni LoNigro. Julio Madero. Flame Ortiz. Trisha Reeder and Kim Stew art Gibbs named to all-state orchestra Susan Gibbs, a senior at Smithson Valley High School, has been selected as first chair fUite player for the All-State Orchestra She also played first chair in the All-Region Orchestra, which performed in concert last week rn San Antonio. The All-State group will perform in concert on Saturday. Feb 9. at the Convention Center in San Antonio Gibbs is a piccolo player in the SVHS Ranger Band and a member of the San Antonio Youth Symphony. SPECIAL OFFER! 100’s How-To and Self-Improvement Books Success for the borrowing at the Information Place, Your Public Llbri DOUBLE MANUFACTURERS' COUPONS I ;

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