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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 8, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2 New Texas Weather October 1991 Installation Water Watch Comal cfs same Canyon cfs Canyon Lake Canyon Lake feet Edwards down South Texas forecasts across all of Texas tonight and TODAYWEDNESDAY Wednesday with forecasts calling Mostly fair partly to mostly cloudy south Partly cloudy Lows tonight from 50s to near 60 And 60s and mild south with near 70 lower Highs Wednesday in the The state Pleasant weather is in store for fair skies The states weather will remain under the influence of a large area of high It was still windy along the Texas coast early but the coastal flood watch was called off for the lower Members of the New Braunfels City Council took no action on a call to investigate recent allegations against city opting for further discussion in their next Photo by Mark Wamken Continued from Page 1 the A dispute involving the city manager that divided the council heated up during a fourhour executive session on after which the council voted 43 to retain During the executive the council interviewed city department heads and employees about the which included charges of election Council members voting in favor of Grohman were Brandt and Seidel and Fraser voted against Several council members supporting Grohman later expressed disappointment that the mayor withheld information from some council members but shared it with others after his investigation to verify allegations against Grohman by a city A 14 emergency meeting called by Arnold and Kraft to remove and replace the mayor fell one member shy of the five needed for a quorum to conduct After another executive session attended by the full council followed on the council unanimously voted to hire an outside firm to investigate allegations of improper conduct against the city manager and all council members and scheduled Mondays meeting to decide on the investigator and the scope of the Gruene Continued from 1 Dinner for four at Grist Raft trip for four at Rockin A certificate at Gruene Two gift certificates at Buck A pound of fudge at Gruene General Handmade pot at Dos Gift certificate from Gruene Private tour and two bottles of wine at Guadalupe For more information about the auction or Gruene Music Pest call Obituaries Ralph McFarlln Services for Ralph of the will be today at Golden Acres Methodist Church in McFarlin died Survivors include his Chris McFarlin of the Woodlands six Marjorie Lucas of Christina Hayes of Gayle Offerman of New Roseanne Tinsley of Jeannie Lynn Remmert and Marlene both of California three Kenneth McFarlin and Dave both of Illinois and James McFarlin of Deer Park three Marian Edgahl of Jean DeBackere of Illinois and Joan Jones of Florida 13 grandchildren and Services are under the direction of Deer Park Funeral Directors in Deer Clodell Scooter Taylor Services for Clodell Scooter of Canyon Lake will be 1 Wednesday at Doeppcnschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake with the Tim Sledge Burial will follow at Mountain Valley Taylor died at her She was bom May at to Walter Lee and Alice nee Ward She married Alton Taylor in He died July Taylor and her husband had owned Town and Country Drug Store in Odessa until his She was a member of Bethany Christian Church at Odessa and Grandmothers Club of Survivors include a Deanlce Edwards and her Dan of Canyon Lake two Ileta Lee of Abilene and Alma Love of Uvaldc and two Chip Edwards and Josh Visitation will be from 1 to 8 Tuesday and from 10 until service time Wednesday at Doeppcnschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Memorials may be given to the Bethany Christian Church in Dont Forget To In HeraldZtltung In addition the each prize of the winner will receive tickets to the Wurstiest grounds and the food and drink childrens rides and an official Wurstfest There Opas In todays HeraldZeitung holding a newspaper in his If you are not a current paidup subscriber to the HeraldZeitung there if still time start your subscription and double the prize money I Dont Miss could delay calls to NBU Staff Writer New Braunfels Utilities new telephone system being installed this week will provide better customer service and increase customer productivity at about the same monthly dbst to the Plans call for the current phone system at the main office to be shut down at 5 Wednesday and for the new system to be online by 8 said NBU finance director Jeff should something go which happens from time to well be back on line just as soon as possible on Thursday Thompson In case the phones arent being that would be the But there are no problems On the NBU board of trustees approved a fiveyear lease with for an upgraded phone system with more customerfriendly NBU will pay per month for the stateoftheart compared with per month on the previous The extra per month is expected to increase employee productivity and provide greater The new system will be much more flexible and will greatly enhance customer especially because of a voice mail feature and an accounting Once the new system goes on a caller to the main office after business hours will hear a message to help the customer forward calls to the correct After NBUs warehouse is switched over to the new phone system next customers calling afterhours to report power outages that NBU already is working to correct will get a recorded message about the If you have a specific problem that we dont have information then you can stay on the line and either get an operator down at the warehouse or leave a message about an Thompson This will help our warehouse response a great We have one person on duty there 24 hours a especially when an outage first The emergency afterhours service wont be affected by the Thompson and the 6258400 main office number and the other numbers will remain the Continued from Pagt 1 trying to organize district cooks into a chapter of the Texas School Food Service Association TSFSA to promote greater unity and a greater sense of pride in their she Saye added that with everyone working a healthier menu that the students want to eat will become a The Aiwciated contributed to this The Million Midway Pride of Texas Carnivals HWkn im For EVERYONE Well Here 9 through 13 loull SNEAK A PEEK October 9 ONLY PAV ONI PRICE OF SPECIAL NEW BRAUNFELS HERALDZEITUNG NAME GAME Thankyou to all who participated in The Scrambled Name Game Hope you had fun playing Watch for the grand prize winner to be published in the October 1991 issue of the New Braunfels Win one of 20 prizes each Unscramble the list of names see the full page in todays paper for a list of all participating sponsors Mail your entry to The Scramble Name PO Drawer New TX RULES No purchase necessary No photocopies Additional copies available at HeraldZeitung Receptionists Desk Deadline 12 noon Friday of each week Prizes will be mailed to winners Employees of the HeraldZeitung and their immediate families are not eligible to ENTRY FORM Send entries 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