New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 5, 1991, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 05, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 5, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 HeraJd-Z#/ft/ng, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, December 5, 1991 Weather Water Comal River.................... Edwards Aquifer............ Canyon Lake outflow.... Canyon Lake Inflow...... Canyon Lake level......... The State It will be clear to partly cloudy over most of Texas tonight and Friday except in extreme West Texas where there’s a slight chance of showers on Friday. The exception will be in South Texas where skies will be mostly cloudy. The warming trend will continued statewide. Lows tonight will be in the 20s in the Panhandle and mountains and in the 30s elsewhere in West Texas, the 30s and 40s across North Texas and in the 40s md 50s in South Texas. Highs Friday will be in the 60s in West Texas, the 50s and 60s in North Texas and in the 60s and 70s across South Texas. High, thin clouds covered most of South Texas early today with only southwestern and extreme southern portions reporting clear skies. Skies were partly cloudy across North Texas. A developing surface low pres- Watch .................238    cfs (up 4) .......624.01    fast (up .04) .................228    cfs (up 4) ...................158 (down 2) ...901.46 feet (down .04) sure trough over the Panhandle and West Texas increased the speed of southerly winds and contributed to the warming trend across the state. Early morning temperatures were in the 20s and 30s in West Texas, the 30s and 40s in North Texas and in the 40s across South Texas. Extremes ranged from 24 at Marfa in the Davis Mountains to 51 at McAllen. Other early morning temperatures around the state included 35 at Amarillo, 40 at Wichita Falls and Fort Worth, 43 at Waco, 40 at Austin, 43 at San Antonio, 36 at Houston, 49 at Corpus Christi, 47 at Brownsville, 40 at San Angelo, 37 at Lubbock and Midland and 35 at El Paso. South Texas Increasing clouds and warmer tonight. Mostly cloudy and warmer Friday. Lows tonight in the 40s north to the 50s to near 60 south. Highs Friday near 70 north to the 70s south. Train ConttnuMf from Pag* 1 scene said Union Pacific schedules were affected because two or three other freight trains were "sitting on the main line waiting for this one." The crossing is equipped with flashing lights but has no crossing gates. The decision on which type of warning device to install at a particular crossing is based on priority lists frau the state highway department, Bromley said. "When a train crew sees an automobile crossing in front of them and realizes that the automobile is not going to stop for the vain, there's nothing they can do," he said. "A heavily loaded, fast-moving train can take as much as a half mile to a mile to stop." The mortality rate for autor train accidents is high, Bromley said. "On a weight ratio, we equate that to running over a pop can with your car," he said. "More often than not. ■■■hwbbbhbi Suburban Commando Hi* Hogan Frt. Sat Sun. 2:00 400 700 900 Mon. thru Thurt. SOO 700 SOO 'A heavily loaded, fast-moving train can take as much as a half mile to a mile to stop/ — John Bromley, Union Pacific it’s a case where people are just unaware of the railroad track they are crossing.** Union Pacific sponsors ongoing programs to improve crossing visibility and safety awareness with Operation Lifesaver. The railroad also cooperates with the Texas Department of Public Safety’s "Trooper On the Train’’ program, in which police officers ride trains to catch motorists violating railroad crossing laws. Hit Entertainer ^HClub 3535 N. Hwy. 123 Bypass SEGUIN, TEXAS SCHEDULE December 4*8 Live Bands — Light Show Wednesday TERMINATOR 3 J ITB g m e Ut BV, ISCHMMR2B4EGG6R Frt. Sat Sun. 2:00 430 700 9:30 Mon. thru Thura 4:30 7 00 9:30 2Q0 W San Antonio 62S 44 Thursday Friday Nashville Sounds Saturday, Dec. 7; 9 p.rn.-2 un. (Damara Smit ft Sunday D.J. POWER MIX No Cover Chorge All Five Nights Happy Hour 3 to 7 every night 21 yews or over. Bonds subfoci to thongs wtftwi noticeObituaries Heinrich Rest Arrangements for the Rev. Heinrich Pi. Rest, 80, are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. The Rev. Rest died Wednesday at McKenna Memorial Hospital. Roberto Garza Arrangements for Roberto Garza, 22, of New Braunfels are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home. Mr. Garza died Wednesday at Medical Center Hospital in San Antonio. Ernest Murphy Graveside services for Ernest Clifton Murphy, 60, of New Braunfels will be IO a.m. Friday at Comal Cemetery. Mr. Murphy, a New Braunfels resident for 40 years, died Dec. 4,1991, at McKenna Memorial Hospital. He was bom March 2, 1931, in Borger to Arthur Ernest and Emma Belle (nee Crane) Murphy. Mr. Murphy, a retired U.S. Postal Service clerk, was the founder and first president of the New Braunfels Art League and past master of New Braunfels Masonic Lodge No. 1109. He also was an Air Force veteran. Survivors are: wife, Marjorie (nee Georg) Murphy of New Braunfels; daughter, Usa Mueller and husband Glenn of Garden Ridge; son, David Murphy of New Braunfels; brother. Gale Murphy of Borger, and one grandchild. Services for Murphy will be conducted during a called meeting of the New Braunfels Masonic Lodge No. 1109 at 9:15 a.m. Friday at the lodge. Zoeller Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Frank C. Weber A wake service for Frank C. Weber, 48, of Corpus Christi will be 7:30 pm. Thursday in the Seaside Funeral Home Chapel of Corpus Christi. Rite of Christian burial will be I p.m. Friday in the chapel with Father Tom Goodwin officiating. Mr. Weber died Dec. 4, 1991, in a Corpus Christi hospital. Survivors include: wife, Betty Weber of Corpus Christi; sons, Byron and Carl Weber of Corpus Christi; daughter, Michelle Weber of Hubard; brothers, John D. Weber and James P. Weber, both of New Braunfels, and Joe M. Weber of Center, sisters, Barbara Hartigan, Betsy Caldwell, Cathy Hinman, Mary Schmidt, Audrey Ann Barber, all of New Braunfels, and Margie Karst of San Antonio; parents, Frank H. and Audrey Weber of New Braunfels; friend, Marjorie Bullard of Corpus Christi; and one granddaughter. Stammtisch Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald-Zcitung sends birthday wishes today to Nicko-laus Murphy, Ramon 0. Villarreal, Julian Barboza Jr., George Stevenson and Ricky Barboza. Belated birthday wishes to Elida Sotelo. Anniversary wishes to John and Dorothy Nehring. Political panel The Comal County Democratic Women will hear a panel of local observers with experience in Austin discuss Gov. Ann Richards’ accomplishments during the past 12 months during the group’s meeting at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. IO at Arlene Seale’s home, 404 E. Lincoln. Holiday refreshments will be served, and the public is invited. Santa to visit The Kiwanis Dub will sponsor visits by Santa from 1-5 p.m. Dec. 7, 14 and 21 at the New Braunfels Kmart. Proceeds from the $3 pictures with Santa will benefit local children’s organizations. Museum's gift shop open The Sophienburg Archives’ gift WALNUT 6 629-6400 IM 35 and Walnut Ave. Bargain Matinees Indicated by ( ) shop has a good selection for Christmas shoppers, including the "Holiday Reflections Cookbook.” The recipe collection is available for $3 plus tax, and proceeds benefit the Sophienburg’s Reflections program. A total of 1,000 copies in an earlier printing sold out in about a month this time last year. The Sophienburg Archives and gift shop are located on Seguin Street in the former City Hall building. Christmas poinsettias The New Braunfels chapter of the Mid-Texas Symphony will sell Christmas poinsettias during the reception immediately following the Dec. 15 Christmas concert, which begins at 4 p.m. at the Civic Center. Proceeds benefit the Mid-Texas Symphony. OMA'S REI HAUS Gift Basket* We ship anywhere in the United States Can 028-3280 for Free Brochure MI Bay. 46 (I klk. South at leal ./N'fW'A/N 12/6 Friday night The Stingrays    9:30- 12/7 Saturday night Southern Star 1:30 ain DRY CREEK BAR At Solms Take 35 S. to Exit 183 Solmt Turn Right to blinking light. Turn left at EM 482 Open 3:00 pm to 2:00 am mm ZtAXtdOA I CALIBRE I Meanlmanm RtrSghtaw^m VV*ino Is Relative KB VQ soAy I SAT. THRU SUM WEEKDAYS (Ino 1.10 SIO) 7:10 fir '5 IO) 7:10 910 Dr Nile' Menu ’ UNO CAH tm. NO . 11560 SAT. THRU SUN. (2*0 430) 7*0 930 WEEKDAYS (430) 7*0 0:10 DAN ACKROYD JAME LEI CURTIS MY GIRL ■ Baw* MACAULAY CULKIN SAT. THRU SUR WEEKDAYS (130 130 830) 7:10 »3C (830) 730 0:10 Look pm Amurtco SAT THRU SUR WEEKDAYS (130 I3C 930) 730 930 (930) 730 930 mmnr A— SI gCBBSB^ I I SAT THRU SUH I I HIO 115 515) 7:15 II WEEKDAYS MB M I ■ WTS CRAVIN:. a U ONE SHOWING ONLY 915 An American rn 2 a RC Vt I GOES WIST SAT. THRU SUN    WEEKDAYS (1*0 3*0 5*0j 7:00 5*0 &&) 7*0 t:00 Uses food 11/30 tin 12/S Tuesday Discount Night $2.00 Except as noted I■■!■■■■ ■I BTa il I 629-3311  For To Go X/OPEN SUNDAY Sat NIM I PM Toy for Tots Benefit Auction Blues w/Phll Stevens Steak & Shrimp 5.95 New Years Eve Bash Limited tick* aal— M-*    I    -TV    V    t)Tvp    (    I    c    y NOW OPEN Sarah’s IS Authentic Mexican Food St. American Cuisine 1171 E. Hwy. 81 (Next to Palace Heights Antique Mall) M-Sat 11-2 5-9 Sun 11-2 Noon Specials Monday thru Friday As featured in Texas Monthly. Big Bend Quarterly. Homo Town Restaurant. Smttmtsl Restaurants & lotcnmic Ci our nm you aAre    In To Yellow Rock Saloon 3413 Hunter Road 396-7188 San Marcos Thur. 12/5 8:30-12 The Edge Fri. 12/6 8-12 The County Line Band Sat. 12/7 9-1 Fifth Wheel of Texas NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The City Council of the City of New Braunfels, Texas, will conduct a public hearing at 7:30 P.M. on December 9, 1991, a1 the New Braunfels Municipal Building Meeting Room, located at 424 S. Casted Avenue, New Braunfels, Texas. The Hearing will be for the purpose of receiving public comment regarding an application to the Texas Community Development Program for economic development funds under the Governor’s Special Assistance Fund for Small and Minority Businesses. I    •  - Jewelry^actory Christmas Party Sate Friday, December 6m 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM Join us in celebrating the Christmas Season unth food and beverage and door prizes One Day Onty Super Specials Throughout The Store 'J>isc0i*r the Joy of (jiving fine JertvCry for Christmas! We accept the following s 8 I I | Bcncharge MEWI 625-3203 4 t ;