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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 5, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2 New Texas March 1991 Weather Water Comal Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Edwards Watch cfs down 4 down 27 down 6 down down Forecasts SOUTH TEXAS Fair skies and a little warm Patchy dense fog along the upper coast Partly cloudy and warm Lows tonight in the Highs Wednesday near NORTH TEXAS Fair and mild Partly cloudy and not as warm Lows tonight in the mid 50s to near Highs Wednesday near 80 northwest to the upper 80s WEST TEXAS Partly cloudy Partly cloudy Concho Val ley Mostly cloudy Cooler Panhandle Lows tonight 40s Panhandle and Big Bend moun tains to lower 60s Big Bend val 50s Highs Wed nesday from near 60 Panhandle to mid 90s Big mostly 80s PORT ARTHUR TO PORT OCONNOR Small craft advis ory in Tonight and Wednes day south and southwest wind 20 to 30 Rough seas 7 to 12 Patchy dense PORT OCONNOR TO BROWNSVILLE Small craft advisroy in Tonight and Wednesday south and southwest wind 20 to 30 Seas 6 to 10 Extended forecasts ThursdaySaturday SOUTH TEXAS Hill Coun try and South Central Partly cloudy and warm Most ly cloudy and cooler Friday with a chance of Partly cloudy and mild Lows in the 60s Friday and 40s Highs in the 80s Thurs Friday and Texas Coastal Bend Partly cloudy and warm Mostly cloudy and cooler Friday with a chance of Partly cloudy Lows in the 60s Thurs 60 Friday and in the 50s Highs Thursday in the 80s to near to near 80 fri day and 70s Lower Tex as Rio Grande Valley and Plains Partly cloudy and warm Thursday and Partly cloudy and cool er Lows in the 60s to near 70 Thursday and Friday to the 50s Highs in the 80s coast to 90s inland Thursday and Friday cooling to the 70s and near 80 Southeast Texas and the Upper Coast Partly cloudy and warm mostly cloudy and cooler with a chance of show ers Partly cloudy and mild Lows in the 60s Thurs 60 Friday and in the 40s to near 50 Highs Thurs day in the Friday and near 70 NORTH TEXAS West Warm ThursdayCooler Friday and Highs in the mid 70s to low 80s Thursday falling to the 60s Friday and Lows in the upper 50s to low 60s Thursday dropping to the 40s Friday and Central Warm Thurs Friday and A chance of thunderstorms Thurs day and early Highs in the 80s Thursday falling into the 60s Friday and Lows in the 60s Thursday dropping to the 40s Friday and East Warm Friday and A chance of thunder storms Thursday and Highs in the 80s Thursday upper 60s to low 70s Friday and the 60s Lows in the 60s Thurs Friday and the 40s WEST TEXAS Texas Pan handle Partly cloudy and mild Thursday becoming fair Friday through Highs in the upper 50s and lower Lows in the South Plains Partly cloudy and mild Fair Friday and Saturday with cooler Highs in the Lows in upper 40s Thursday cooling to the mid 30s Friday and Permian Basin Partly cloudy and mild Fair Friday and Saturday with cooler Highs in upper 60s to mid Lows in mid 50s Thursday cooling to lower 40s by Far West Texas Fair Thursday through Saturday with cooler mornings Fri day and Highs in the Lows near 50 thursday cool ing to near 40 The state Slightly cooler temperatures were forecast for the entire state Wednesday following two days of unseasonably warm It will be partly cloudy statew ide on Wednesday after a clear to partly cloudy Some patchy dense fog is expected along upper portions of the Texas coast during the predawn hours The partly cloudy weath er is expected to result from a strengthening low pressure system located early today in the Rocky Lows tonight will be mostly in the ranging from the 40s in the Panhandle to the 60s in South Highs Wednesday will be most ly in the 70s and 80s in West Tex ranging from the 60s in the Panhandle to the mid 90s in the Big Bend area of Southwest in the 80s in North Texas and South Stammtisch Continued from Page 1 New with offices at Vista Village Retirement Com will have State Edmund Kuempel visit the Vista Village facilities Friday at Kuempel will talk with Lor raine a resident at Vista Vil lage and an ABC Health Cre He will present her with a flag which has been flown over the White Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Dan and Toni Bynum 304 Lin coln 8pound 11ounce girl Richard and Debra Davidson Route Box New Braunfels 7pound 10ounce girl March Jeff and Genny Frassmann 1208 Walnut 5pound 12ounce boy March Billy Dickcnson and Jacque Mills Route 5 Box Canyon Lake 6pound 7ounce boy March Donald and Debbie 722 Woodcrest 8pound 13ounce girl March Out of town Jay and Patty Browder 8pound 2kuncc girl 13 in Obituaries William Coldeway William Bill Coldeway died at his home in Marble March at the age of He is survived by his Florence three Dian Sustek of Paula Hcrndon of and Mary Kay Coldeway of San Antonio a sis Clco Coldeway of and a Lewis Coldeway of New Memorial services were held this morning at the First Baptist Church in Marble Grandparents are Fritt and Judy Schcffel of Donna and Emie Tousley of San Antonio and John and Lynn Browder of Coral Greatgrandmother is Doris Scheffel of New Keith and Darlyn Brown of Spring Branch 8pound girl 25 at Humana Womens Hospital in San Donald and Dcbbe Wehc of Bulvcrdc 7pound 1ounce boy March 1 at Southeast Baptist Hospital in San Grandparents are Hil nw and Barbara Wche of Bulverde and James Sims of San SBC helping create environment By DAVID 3ULLENS Editor and Publisher In its second Hermes lac ing her remarks with humor and call ing frequently on Downtown Associa tion President dob Schima to repeat her create our own busi ness environment the SBC spon sored the Small Business Week rec ognition of local firms and awarded the first Small Businessperson of the Year which went to Mary Jane The Hermes is now in its third year and has two primary pur poses to aid already existing busines ses and to help small businesses start In its first she told the meeting for breakfast at the council assumed responsibility for the Chambers Airman of the Quarter program and for its Legislative In that first year it also staged the first Business to Business Trade she That show permitted businesses that sell to other busines Landmark insurance bill sought AUSTIN AP Ann Richards told a House committee that insurance reform would help consum ers get the coverage they need at a price that they can Richards and Attorney General Dan Morales on Monday both called for major reforms opposed by the insurance She termed insur ance reform one of the important pieces of legislation of the current Speaking to the House Insurance Richards said consumers believe they are not getting what they consider a square deal from the insurance But insurance industry representa tives are opposed to certain provisions of the saying the measure may do as much harm as good to both consumers and the Continued from 1 us finance Purdum The board of directors join me in thanking the CJSD board for their generous contribution and wish to commend them for their efforts to pre serve a part of Comal Countys unique Stratemann We know that many of the former students of Solms school will enjoy visiting it in its new Purdum said the school building is in fairly good Its got a good floor in it and good beams under the he Prin cipally its going to be paint up and fix In the Heritage Society looked into acquiring the old Danville also a CISD We were looking at the Danville Building but didnt have the money to bid on it and while we were out there at the complex we saw this other building and actually its better suited for the Heritage Societys Purdum Its much larger and provides the opportunity for storage and meeting The Heritage Society operates the Museum of Texas Handmade Furni ture for the Braunfels Foundation Trust and sponsors the Heritage Exhi bit annually during In part nership with the Conservation Society and the the Heritage Society sponsors Folkfest and Christ mas Candlelight The Heritage Society also is one of the founding members of the newly created Histor ic Museums Correction In a story appearing in Fridays edition of the New Braunfels a report on New Braunfels Untilities budget cuts should have noted NBU will reduce its workforce from 182 to The IleraldZeiiung regrets the Use this coupon to make sure youre giving your friends and family all the attention they FREE HEARING EVALUATION BE TIER HEARING CENTER Sequin n 908 New s CINMC 245 Landa Drive 3796902 6201114 Call to schedule your appointment today 1991 Bfllont ses to interact with each learn ing more of the local availability of goods and In its second Hermes lacing her remarks with humor and calling frequently on Downtown Association President Bob Shima to repeat her theme We create our own business environment the SBC sponsored the Small Business Week recognition of local firms and awarded the first Small Businessper son of the Year which went to Mary Jane Also created in that second year by the she was the Business Advisory Committee which provides educational resources for small The committee has pro vided hospitality training sessions for both the managers and the front line employees of firms that deal primarily with visitors to New has staged a marketing and was responsibility for the Small Business Development Center which sees a trained business counselor available at the Chamber offices one day each month to work with local That Hermes is always Also developing during the SBCs second she was the Venture Capital Club which still is in the con ceptual In its third Hermes the SBC has given birth to the Free Enterprise Committee which has moved to reinstitute the Shadow Program and which will sponsor a Spring Family Trade Show April The Shadow she sees youngsters shadow ing local businessmen for a half day to get a true picture of the free enter prise And the Spring Family Trade Show is an outgrowth of the Business to Business Trade It will permit firms to offer their goods and services to consumers as the Business to Busi ness shows have permitted them to be offered to other i Hermes also outlined the Shop and Buy New Braunfels program that is being chaired by her That she said will be an educational effort pointing out that some a day leaves New Braunfels and is spent by local businesses and individuals in San Antonio and Austin or on mail That volume of lost she means the loss of some per day or million per year in sales tax not to mention the loss of property tax on goods not stocked by local Concluding her Her mes again repeated her create our own business environment recapping the Small Bus iness Councils And this is only the third month of the third year of the Small Business Council Fancy fencing Woodworker Bob Ferguson applies his handmade pickets to a row outside his home near downtown New giving a gingerbread flavor to the Photo by Erik Karlsson Xeriscaping urged as method of preserving aquifer ByKATHRYNSCHOEMER Staff Writer People wanting to preserve Comal Springs can conserve water by xeris caping their As much as 40 percent of summer water can be conserved through xeris which is preserving water with creative said Kelly division manager of informa tion and education for the Edwards Underground Water If you start this year and scale you can save a little bit at a she adding that xeriscap ing an entire yard would save a tre mendous amount of When replacing plants damaged by a landscapcrs can begin xeris caping by substituring lowwater Native plants in Texas dont need much water because nature adapts to the she Carolyn public information coordinator for the said xeris capc plants should be selected for their lowwater adapta bility to the regions climate and visual The new gardening technique involves seven principles good plan ning and limited turf areas or lot efficient watering soil use of mulches or tree bark around lowwater demand plants and appropriate land scape Even though xcriscaping adds beauty to the yard and conserves customers might have a diffi cult time purchasing the Its not cheap and the price has not come down 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