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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 14, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2 New Texas March 1991 Weather Water Comal Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Edwards Forecasts SOUTH TEXAS Cloudy with widely scattered showers Patchy dense fog lower coastal Cloudy on Friday with widely scattered showers central and coastal bend and scattered showers Lows tonight from 40s north to 50s Highs Friday from 60s north to 70s NORTH TEXAS Mostly cloudy tonight and A slight chance of showers west tonight and A chance of showers or thunderstorms central and east Lows 36 to Highs 51 northwest to 63 WEST TEXAS Partly cloudy to mostly cloudy through Widely scattered showers area wide possibly mixed with snow in the Panhandle after mid Lows tonight from near 30 Panhandle to the lowers 40s south and far Highs Friday mid 40s extreme north to the mid 70s Big Extended Forecasts SaturdayMonday SOUTH TEXAS Hill Coun try and South Central most ly cloudy with a chance of showers or thunderstorms Decreasing cloudiness Mostly clear Highs in the Lows in the 40s and Tex as Coastal mostly cloudy Watch cfs same down 3 same down down with a chance of showers or thun derstorms Decreasing cloudiness Mostly clear Highs in the Lows in the Lower Texas Rio Grande Valley and mostly cloudy with a chance of showers or thun derstorms Saturday and Mostly clear Highs in the 70s to near Lows in the upper 50s and low Southeast Texas and the upper Texas mostly cloudy with a chance of showers or thunderstorms Saturday and Sun Mostly clear Highs in the upper 60s and lower Lows in the WEST TEXAS Texas Pan mostly cloudy and windy Saturday with a chance of rain or snow Becoming clear Partly cloudy NORTH TEXAS West and a chance of showers and thunderstorms Friday night and Partly cloudy The state Some light snow is possible in the Texas Panhandle tonight with showers expected elsewhere across the rest of the The showers may turn into thun derstorms in central and eastern portions of North Texas on Shower activity will continue across the rest of the state Patchy dense fog is expected along the coast early Obituaries Emma Krueger Services for Emma Adams Krueger of New Braunfeis will be at 2 Saturday at Zoeller Funeral Home with Peter Olsen Bur ial will be at Comal died March at McKenna Memorial The daughter of Ernst and Caroline nee Schumann she was born April in Guadalupe She married Harry Krueger in Guadalupe Krueger died in A resident of the city for 70 Krueger had been a homemaker and a member of the Protestant She is survived by a daughter and Melanie and Lester Luersen of New Braunfeis one grand child and one Sam Services for Sam Cathcart of New Braunfeis will be at 2 Fri day at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church with Father Eugene OCallaghan Interment will be at Saints Peter and Paul died March at Baptist Memorial Hospital in San The son of Samuel and Hascal nee Flowers he was born in He married Mary Jane Trahan June in A resident of the city for 20 Cathcart was operations manager at He was a member of Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church and the Knights of Cath Cart was a veteran of World War II and include his Janie Cathcart of New Braunfeis his Hascal Cathcart of Louisiana and Deborah pnd Tommy Fikac of Victoria three Samuel Cathcart III and wife Mary Lou of Allan Cathcart San and Kenneth Cathcart and his wife Beth of Kyle a Catherine Moncla of Louisiana and seven Louis Garza Services for Louis Garza of Seguin were at 9 today at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church with the Gerard Mackin as cele Interment was at San Juan Cemetery in A rosary was recited March 13 at the Palmer Mortu ary Chapel in died March in a San Antonio He is survived by his Susan Garza of Seguin six Felix Garza and Ernesto both of New Louis Garza Gilbert Alex Garza and Robert all of Seguin four Army Josie Garza of Linda Pasuano and Mary Louise both of and Patsy Ann Pullido of New Braunfeis one Gilbert Garza of New Braun feis 31 grandchildren and 19 great Marie Sweet Services for Marie Sweet of New Braunfeis will be at 2 Friday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Charles DeHaven Burial will be at Guadalupe Valley Memorial died March at her The daughter of Henry and Mammie nee Walker she was born in She married Louis Biggie Sweet in A lifetime resident of Comal Coun Sweet was a homemaker and a member of Paul Lutheran She is survived by her Louis Biggie Sweet of New Braun feis three Cheryl Michel son of New Gail Sweet of New and Sheilah and Tyr one Schneider of New Braunfeis a Bernice Moeller of New Braun feis and three Visitation will be from 5 today until service time Friday at Doep penschmidt Funeral Memor ials may be given to Hospice New 180 New Braun Texas Paul Lutheran 181 Santa New Texas 78130 or the charity of ones Esther Rice Services for Esther Rice of New Braunfeis will be at 10 Saturday at Comal Cemetery with Gordon Graham and the Howard Thrift Burial will be at Comal died March at Colonial Manor Care The daughter of and Mithilda nee Donnheim she was bom in Comal A lifetime resident of the she was a teacher in the New Braunfeis ISO for 46 She was a charter member of First Baptist a member of the Sonshine member and past president of Delta Kappa Gamma and recipient of the Silver Unicom She is survived by three Olivia Rice of New Ruth Wittenborn of New Braunfeis and Nola Mills of Overton a Ralph Rice of and numer ous nieces and and grand nieces and Arrangements are under the direc tion of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Geanlce Bell Graveside services for Geanice Bell of New Braunfeis will be at 2 Friday at Palm Valley Lutheran Cemetery in Round Rock with the Oliver Berglund of Round Rock died March at her The daughter of Roy and Gean nee Smith she was bom in She married Marvin Bell in A Bell was a mem ber of the Methodist She had lived in Beaumont for 30 Survivors include her Marvin Bell of New Braunfeis two Nancy Moorhead of Round and Lynd Bijowski of Houston two Bill Miller and Monty both of Houston a Robert Ellis and 11 grand There will be no Arrangements are under the direction of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Memorials may be given to Hospice New 180 New Texas DeeDee Lingner and New Braunfeis City Council member Eddie Temple examine the model of the new monument and one of the bricks for its Photo by Erik Karlsson Veterans begin efforts to fund new monument By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor Veterans Memorial Committee members kicked off a fundraising campaign today in Landa stand ing in a place where a monument hon oring veterans will soon be Today is the day that marks the official kick off of our said retired Fred chair man of the Veterans Memorial At the ceremony were a number of dignitaries including New Braunfeis Mayor Amo Becker and Council members Eddie James Good and Clinton Lingner honored retired former astronaut Charles Duke retired Jack Army Air Corps and Staff Diane Luna of the Army who lives in Comal said he was very honored to be Its a great Duke Im just delighted that this monu ment will be constructed in honor of the veterans and people who served so courageously in all of the In New Braunfeis City Council gave the group approval to construct a monument in Landa Park honoring the veterans of Comal The monument will be adja cent to a monument erected in 1936 to commemorate 100 years of Texas The proposed structure is expected to be between 12 and 15 feet high at the site at the junction of Memorial Drive and East Nowotny Cost is for each brick to be placed around the The brick will be debossed with the rank and branch of service and the conflict in which the veteran Persons may honor any veteran from the American Revolution to Saudi Arabia or any peacetime veter reservist or National Lingner The bricks will be laid on the ground forming walkways from the parking areas to the The monument will be composed of bricks with names of Comal County CARPET CLEANING TERRYS CLEANING SERVICES 6291322 Swing Ihi IHCountyAm 1972 Happy Birthday Ellen Qulnn Even though youve 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competi tion here than in South said who came here from Live The quality is We have some really good hog breeders and lamb breeders and there is a good availability of steers Taylors 9yearold son Justin is a 4H member in Comal County and he is showing a steer and three hogs this In Live Justin raised rabbits and His younger brother will be showing a couple of steers and hogs next Taylor adding that Jeff will be at the Comal County Fair grounds helping his brother get the hogs Taylors wife Gai also has been preparing for this Youth Shes involved with these Taylor She does a lot of the washing and She takes over when Im I take care of everyone elses animals and she takes care of 1 Hog judging gets under way this afternoon at the 23rd annual Comal County Junior Livestock Show and Breeding Swine judging starts at 2 followed by Market Hogs and Showmanship at 4 Lambs and steers are arriving at the fairgrounds today until 7 Expected to compete are approxi mately 108 Ponytwo steers are headed to the Market Lamb and Showmanship judging will be at 8 Judg ing of Market Steers is expected to start at followed by Breeding Cattle and Sixty pens of rabbits three to a pen are expected to arrive tonight from 4 to 7 p and poultry 28 turk eys and 109 pens of broilers arrive from 3 to 7 Theyll be judged Friday beginning at 8 a The New Braunfeis HeraldZeitung will have complete results of the win ners and their photographs in Sun days Continued from 1 prohibition of the burning of hazardous materials in industrial furnaces in the Edwards Aquifer After the committee hearing Wednesday the bills were referred to a Zaffirini said her strategy at this point is threefold to pursue the pas sage of the three bills she is pursue the omnibus or merge her bill with other senators We will see to what extent we can duplicate my bills in that omnibus bill and then later on make the decision about whether we should pursue independent passage or simply become a part of that Zaffirini It is a broader 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