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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 14, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2A New Texas April 1991 Weather Water Watch Comal cfs same Canyon Lake down 5 Canyon Lake same Canyon Lake up Edwards up bord of weather includ ing some severe thunder storms and a freeze A cold front triggered torrential thunderstorms as it crossed the leaving sunny skies in its The strongest activity in the evening was from Central Texas to East Twisters were spotted north of Austin and heavy rains drenched already saturated ground in Northeast Winds continued to blow at 5 to 15 mph from the southeast ahead of the while winds in West Texas were from the west and Temperatures climbed into the 90s along the Lower Rio Grande Valley while upper 70s and 80s prevailed Forecasters expected clearing skies Sunday with an overnight freeze warning posted for the Pan Building high pressure was expected to bring dry conditions and warming temperatures into the week with Sunday highs in the 70s to Area forecast SOUTH TEXAS Cloudy mornings with mostly cloudy afternoons through Chance of mainly central and through Highs Sunday in the 80s to the 90s Lows Saturday in the 60s north to the 70s south and Coastal WEST TEXAS An Oklaho ma storm system continued to influence North Texas weather this morning bringing an extended flash flood watch to the area already drenched by A flash flood watch has been extended and now includes the eastern half of north Central Texas and all of Northeast Texas until In West a severe thunder storm watch stayed in effect for most of the morning in the Concho The state Texans experienced a smorgas Obituaries Cleo Rooker Services for Cleo of New Braunfels will be 11 Mon day at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Al Houk and the Jim Davis Private family graveside services will be at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Rooker was born at to Joseph and Alice Haley He died April at his He married Feme House June in Rooker was a selfemployed builder and a member of the Elks He was well known through out the United States for his talent in making antique weather vanes and childrens Survivors include his Feme Rooker of New Braunfels a Mary Kobett and Tom of Houston Georgia Rocker of brptherin Jerry Gendering and Char lotte of Grand Prairie three grand Mary and Karen Kobett and numerous nieces and Pallbearers will Jim Herbert Harold Dave Charles Ritter and John Kel Honorary pallbearers will George Hilmor Sam Ceronie and Don All are members of the New Braun fels Elks Memorials may be made to Hos pice New Braunfels or Childrens Diagnostic Center of Charles Lee Rlchter Private services for Charles Lee Richter of New will be scheduled at a later Richter was bom in Kingsbury to Eugene and Lillie nee Achterberg Richter He died April at his He married Jewel Lloyd May in New He was retired from the Civil Ser He was a member of American and life member of Comal County Sportsmens Survivors include his Jewel Richter of New Braunfels Linda Scheel and Robert of New Braunfels Charles Chuck Richter and Martha of New Braunfels Eugene Richter and wife Fritzie of New Braunfels three Robbie and Kris ty Scheel and Jessica and numerous nieces and Zoeller Funeral Home is handling Memorials may be made to Hospice New Walter Shorty Krause Services for Walter Shorty Krause of New Braunfels will be 2 Tuesday at Doeppenschmidt FuneraJ Home with the Ardie Kendrig Burial will fol low at Lone Oak Krause was bom in Hancock to Otto and Clara nee Hagemann He died April at McKenna Memor ial He married Lillian Engelke June Krause was a heavy equipment He was a member of Friedens United Church of He was a member of Fraternal Order of Comal County Fair Associa Germania Farmer Verein and Sons of He was the general manager for the Fair Association for 37 Survivors include his Lillian Krause of New Braunfels a Dianna Jean Combs and Kenneth of Marion two Walter Krause and Georgine of New Braunfels and Douglas Krause and Kathy of New Braunfels two Emmie Sahm of Geronimo and Marilyn Duelm of New Braun fels three Raymond Krause of New Otto Krause of Seguin and Wilton Krause of McQueeney eight grandchildren and six Visitation will continue until ser vice time Memorials may be made to the Friedens United Church of Christ or the Diabetes Stammtisch Continued from Page 1A Republican women The general meeting of the Repu blican Womens Club will be at the Victoria Bank Annex at Willie deputy presi dent of the Texas Federation of Repu blican Women will speak on womens Newcomers Club All new residents of New Braunfcls are invited to an activity of the New comers Club at Landa Park Pavilion 16 on Bring instru ments and games for a 4 enter tainment time and a covered dish for dinner at For more call Shirley Kellerman at Old photo contest The deadline for submitting photos for the Kindermaskenball Old Photo Contest is Any old picture taken from prior Kindermaskenball events may be Submit pictures to the Sophienburg 401 Judging begins the week of April 22 with results to be Winning photos displayed at Folkfest May following the annual Kinder maskenball Shakespeare In Park Circle Arts under the aus pices of the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation will present one of Shakespeares more mischiev ous A Midsummer Nights The which will last less than an begins at 3 today in the band Red Cross course The city of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will be conducting an American Red Cross Fundamentals of Canoeing Certifica tion April May and May 11 from 9 to 4 Fee is per Participants must be 11 years old or older and must attend all 18 hours of class time to qualify for Preregistration is required and will continue until April For more information call Rural school reunion teachers and friends of the annual Old Rural Schools of Bexar County annual reunion will gather tonday from 26 at 2929 White Road in San Bring meat or covered The meal will follow a short business meeting at at the Highland Social Go Western Dance Tickets are available now for the Canyon Lake Chamber of ConSmer ces April 20 Go Western Dance and which are for adults and for children may be purchased at the Canyon Lake Chamber Canyon Lake Office Bumper to Bumper Auto Parts or from any Canyon Lake Chamber In New tickets may be obtained at the HeraldZeitung Ironing out the details of the 25th Anniversary Rededication of Canyon Dam and Reservoir are from left committee members David Welsch of the GuadalupeBlanco River Jim Scheele Jr of the Braunfels Convention and Visitors Joyleen Dodson of the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Coopera Jerry Brite of the Army Corps of Engineers Canyon Lake Betty Walls of the Water Oriented Recreation District and Howard London of the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce The event is planned for June Lake Continued from Page 1A He said that in the 1940s communi cation and transportation were very We had dirt low water no crank tele phones and virtually no indoor I remember coming to town and being so impressed because my cousin had hot running water in the If I wanted hot I had to carry it from the well and heat it on the I felt like we were bypassed and were 50 years behind everyone Ida a resident of remembers all the relatives and friends that helped her and her hus band move when it was determined that their ranch would be part of Canyon We had to quit farming and move up to Sattler because our place would be under she She recalls starting from scratch and tearing down the bam and rock I guess that was alright because we were too old to Many people in the area didnt like the idea of giving up their Land owners in the area made money either through land ease ments or material for the construction of the It made all those people who had land that encompassed the lake well said Jerome He said his father owned land where Canyon Lake now flows and sold his property for 25 cents an Canyon Dam originally was to be located seven miles north of New Braunfels but it was determined that limestone beneath the surface was unable to hold water and the site was moved upstream to try again for a suitable Several other sites were chosen and rejected because of unacceptable ter rain or leaky faults in the rock struc The engineers finally agreed on a suitable site and construction began Judy Osteen said she remembers in 1964 when Canyon Lake was ready to hold I never thought it would fill up in my lifetime and I dont think it took a year to fill T j The purpose of the rededicathap ceremony and activities is to ize the major impact the lake has oh the areas economy and social said Howard man of the rededication It is imperative that those of us li Vi ing in Comal County and the general area recognize the extraordinary opportunity we have for improving our economy and our quality of working together to take full tage of this great asset Canyon Dam and TIME TEMPERATURE 6251511 This service brought to you by RE Full Meal Announcing The Opening Of The Law Office Of Kimbel Brown Attorney At Law Former Assistant County Attorney 9 Civil and Criminal Practice 260 Castell Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Otis and Sandra Lantz of New Braunfcls 8pound 4ounce boy born April Kevin and Ann Lee of New Braun fels 7pound 4ounce boy born April Out of town Erwin and Patricia Lehmaim of Bryan 7pound 10ounce girl bom March 10 at College Grandparents are Amo and Dor othy Link of New Braunfcls and Erwin and Helen Lehman of Spring Every service is a memorable At Zoeller Funeral Home we take into consideration the vary ing financial circumstances of the families we we offer funerals in a wide range of making them affordable to Jn each and every case the service is a dignified and memorable We urge families to consider the wisdom of making preneed funeral Come in for a consultation at no cost or Includes S Pieces of Chicken Combination Orders Only Mashed Potatoes Gravy Corn Buttermilk Biscuit Hot Apple Pie JIMMY CASTILLO Dimlor Offer Good All Day Everyday 6253455 f family DAN FUNERAL HOME 6252349 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