New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 4, 1991, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 04, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 4, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2AHerald-Za/fung, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, December 4, 1991 Weather Water Watch Comal River.................................234 cfs (down    4) Edwards Aquifer................623.97    feet    (down    .02) Canyon Lake outflow.............224    cfs    (down    107) Canyon Lake Inflow...................160 cfs (down    5) Canyon Lake level 901.50    feet    (down    .08) The State    the state. Temperatures dipped A warming irend is expected to    >*low    “ far. “ continue across all of Texas    Houston and San Aniomo. tonight and Thursday.    „ , Forecasts called for increasing    Early    morning temperatures cloudiness across North Texas and    ^crc m J^Os aid 30s m West for mostly fair skies elsewhere    Texas, the 30s in North Texas and around the state.    m the 30s and 40s in South Texas. Extreme ranged from 15 ai Marfa Lows tonight will be in the 20s    in the Davis Mountains to 45 at in the Panhandle and mountains    McAllen, and in the 30s elsewhere in West Texas, the 30s across North Texas    Other    early morning tempera- and in the 30s in northern portions    tures around the state included 26 of South Texas and in the 40s and    at Amarillo. 34 at Wichita Falls, 33 50s elsewhere.    at Fort Worth, 31 at Waco, 34 at Austin, 32 at Austin and Houston, Highs Thursday will be in the    44 at Brownsville, 25 at San 60s in West Texas, the 50s and 60s    Angelo, 27 at Lubbock, 28 at Midin North Texas and in the 60s and    land and 31 at El Paso. 70s across South Texas. A surface high pressure system that brought clearing skies    and    South Texas more pleasant weather to all of    Mostly clear and not as cold Texas moved slowly eastward    untight. Fair skies and warmer today, allowing for warmer temp-    Thursday. Lows tonight 30s north eratures and for some clouds in    and east to near 60 lower coast. North Texas.    Highs Thursday in the 60s to near Skies were clear over the rest of    70 north to the 70s south. Fred Schiller, president of Casco Plastics, Inc. and Randy Kuntz, general manager of Coleman Company in New Braunfels announce a cooperative expansion plan for both companies in New Braunfels. Coleman will expand their facility and workforce while Casco will locate a new facility in New Braunfels. Casco is a supplier of molded plastic parts to Coleman. (Photo by Bill Ervin) Walls Contlnutd from Pago 1A Bond said the audit will be released bier this month. In her own prepared statement, Walls responded that she handled WORD business “to the best of my knowledge and understanding of the responsibility given me.” Walls stated that she feels the board docs not yet have a “clear understanding” of its policy-making procedures. Stammtisch Contin wad from Papa 1A Symphony Chorus are Monday evenings from 7:30-9:30 p.m. in Ayers Recital Hall at Texas Lutheran College. The concert will be in New Braunfels on Dec. 15. Former and new singers are welcome. For more information, call Dr. Fred Frueholz ai 625-6420. Christmas party Tickets for the annual Christmas party of New Braunfels Chapter 1823 of the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) will be available through Dec. IO. The chapter will have its party on the regular meeting day, Tuesday, Dec. 17, in the new Senior Citizens Center, 655 Landa Street. Doors will open at IO arn., followed by refreshments and a catered dinner ai noon. Entertainment, door prizes and installation of officers also are scheduled. Quests are welcome. To order tickets, call Raymond Voges at 625-1363. Exercise classes The New Braunfels Independent School District is offering free exercise classes through the month of December. The classes, offered Monday through Thursday from 5:45-6:45 p.m. at the Academy Street Gym, will include low impact step aerobic followed by isolation and light weights. Participants should take light hand weights and a mat or towel. For more information, call 620-6200. Hospital glftshop The McKenna Memorial Hospital giftshop is open for Christmas shopping. Giftshop hours are 9 a.m.-7 p.m.' Monday through Thursday, 9 ijn.-4 pm. Friday, and 2-4 pm. Saturday and Sunday. Cheer Fund support Burger King is accepting donations to the Cheer Fund program, sponsored by the New Braunfels Herald'Zeitung. Persons donating at the Burger King restautant will receive IO percent off their order. Burger King also is accepting gifts at the restaurant for the Toys for Tots program. Bud vases needed The Hospice New Braunfels “Tender Touch” Flower Program is a blooming success. Support from Hospice volunteers and community florists ensures Hospice patients receive fresh flowers twice a month. You can help by donating bud vases. Please bring clean, glass, bud vases to the Hospice office at 180 W. Mill St. or call Christina at 625-7500 to make arrangements for pick-up. • It To have an item listed in Stammtisch, contact Mark Wamkcn at 625-9144. Submissions must be in wilting arujof gfncral community interest, not commercial in nature. “There is no other district like it so there has been nowhere to look for answers,” she stated. “It has been a trial and error process, of which I now am being solely held accountable. “I know that lack of adequate training and preparation for board members to serve under the oversight of commissioners court has been a part of the problems facing the district,” she continued. “I would ask that consideration be given for the years of service and commitment.” Walls has served as administrator since February 1989. Time, Weather & Temperature 625-1511 A Service Brought To You By Oma'a Haua Restaruant Your Life Is In Your Hands. American Heart Association Obituaries Mgrgret Kost Services for Margret Kost, 99, will be S:4S pin. Wednesday, Dec. 4 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home, with the Rev. Raymond Reich officiating. Burial will follow at Acacia Park Cemetery in Chicago, 111. Ms. Kost died Dec. 2, 1991, at Kirkwood Manor. She was bom July 4, 1892, in Rumania to Wilhelm and Kathy (nee Rausner) Schmidt. She was the widow of Chriitof Kost, who died in 1967. She was a homemaker and a member of the Catholic faith. Survivors are: grandchildren, Harold Gene Fraunhofer of San Antonio, Marjory Ann Haedge of Killeen. Barbara Hemming cr of Chicago and Edward Kost of Chicago; 13 great grandchildren; and one great-great-grandchild. Visitation will be from 1-9 p.m. today at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Services in Chicago will be graveside at 2 pm. Priday. Memorials may be made to Hospice New Braunfels. James S. Las Private services for James S. “Jimmy” Lee, 47, of Canyon Lake will be 3 pm. Saturday. Mr. Lee died Nov. 27, 1991, at Audie Murphy Veterans Memorial Hospital in San Antonio following a lengthy illness. He was a carpenter and had lived in the New Braunfels area since 1983. Survivors arc: former wife, Rudi Lee of Canyon Lake; daughter, Melinda Lee of Canyon Lake; son, Michael Lee of Canyon Lake; sisters, Betty Lester of Splendora, Evon Nash of Houston and Charlene Poore of Houston; and numerous other family members. Brookchill Funeral Home of San Antonio was in charge of arrangements. JAK’S LIQUOR 'N Your competitively priced liquor store serving all of Comal County. 964-2772    10am-9pm FM 2673 @ Hwy 306    ■tore    prices    prevail     Monday-Saturday Bourbons & Blends Wild Turkey 101° 1.75...........27" W.L. 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December lith DEER PROCESSING /, <&>WE HAVE ALL YOUR SAUSAGE SUPPLIES Blood Sausage Head Cheese Mkt Made 249 [HST BEEF PRICES Frozen, Cut and Wrap */, Beef    1.53 Hindquarter 1.73 Forequarter 1.43 ;