New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 8, 1991, Page 2

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung December 8, 1991

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 8, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas PaQe 2AHe raid-Z#/tuny, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, December 8, 1991 Weather Walls issues second statement WateI Water Watch Canyon Lake outflow.....................237    cfs    (same) Canyon Lake Inflow..........................153    (down    3) Canyon Lake level 901.41 feet (down .02) Comal River and Edwards Aquifer readings unavailable The State Low clouds and mild temperatures continued across Texas Saturday as light showers and drizzle peppered South Texas. Patchy drizzle and fog hovered over South Texas with rain reported near Brownsville and San Antonio. Visibility was reduced to 3 miles or less in some areas. State readings stayed mostly in the 50 to 60-degree range with 20-degree temperatures reported in the Panhandle. In North Texas, skies were clear to partly cloudy from Wichita Falls to Abilene. For West Texas, high clouds flowed northeastward from the Pacific Ocean across Mexico and into the Big Bend, Permian Basin and Edwards Plateau areas. Elsewhere, low clouds were scattered over the Concho Valley while clear skies prevailed over the remainder of the region. For West Texas, partly cloudy skies with a slight chance of showers are expected tonight. Otherwise mostly sunny days and fair at night most sections through Sunday. Highs in the 60s and 70s with lows mainly in the 30s and 40s. In North Texas, partly cloudy skies are expected tonight and Sunday in the west with mostly cloudy skies in the central and east areas. A slight chance of light rain southeast. Lows Saturday night 49 degrees northwest to 59 southeast. Highs Sunday 69 northwest to 76 southeast. The South Texas forecast calls for mostly cloudy skies with widely scattered showers through Sunday. Highs will be in the 70s. Lows tonight will be in the 50s and 60s. By LARRY ROWE Staff Writer The administrator of the Water Oriented Recreation District, who resigned last week, softened a statement she made about the board’s guidance in a second statement issued Friday. “I want to clarify my statement in agreement with Judge Casteel,” Betty Walls stated in a release. “We have all done the best we know how to do.” Walls resigned Monday at the wishes of board chairman John Landry because a county audit of the recreation district found unauthorized expenditures. The WORD board of directors is scheduled to accept Walls’ resignation during a meeting Monday and determine the procedure for finding a replacement. After her resignation, Walls stated that the district has been a “trial and error process” and that she is being "You have to realize that we started this thing with nothing. We could have used more help than we did." — board chairman John Landry blamed now for the mistakes. She also said in the first statement that the board members, under the oversight of the Comal County Commissioners Court, were not adequately prepared to handle their duties. County Judge Carter Casteel had responded that although the district was a now entity, the board had in fact received a lot of help since she took office. Walls then agreed and praised Casteel in her second statement. “Judge Casteel’s offer to provide a manual similar to what the Fire District Board gets would be very helpful in my opinion,” she said. “You have to realize that we started Obituaries Stammtisch Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung sends birthday wishes today to Maria Gonzales, Frances Newell and Annie Buch. Birthday wishes on Monday to Sharon Lee Feltner, Dean N. Lloyd, Choya Robbins, Albert Aguilar Jr. and Connie Navarro. Belated birthday wishes to Mary Valenzuela, Came Cunningham and Theresa “Tessie” Schwab. Belated anniversary wishes to Mer-cedez and Larry Horton. 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 pjn. ai the Civic Center. Proceeds benefit the Mid-Texas Symphony. Natural Christmas The Dec. 18 “Nature’s Way: A Natural Christmas" program will help youths ages 5 to 14 get into the holiday spirit through construction of Christmas ornaments and holiday decorations using natural objects and household recycled materials. The program, presented by a New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department park ranger, will be 4-5 pm. at Picnic Shelter No. 4 rn Landa Park, near the dance slab Preregisra-uon is available at the park office, and the fee is $3 per child. For more information, call 629-PARK. Aggie cookies Comal County Aggie Moms will have cook.es ready for pick up between ll am. and I pm Sunday. Dec. 8 at the Canyon High School cafeteria for those who ordered them in support of the annual scholarship program Garden dub party The Guada-Coma Garden Dub celebrates its 40th anniversary from 2-4 pm. Tuesday, Dec. IO at the country home of Caroline Weston. For more information or reservations, call Carole Bartram at 625-5301 or 620-3500. Tea will be served, and a live auction, featuring auctioneer Mark Forester of San Antonio, will begin at 2:30 p.m. Items to be auctioned have been donated by club members. Area garden club members and their guests are welcome. A caravan to the Weston home will leave the Oaks Shopping Center at 1:45 p.m. To have an item listed in Stammtisch, contact Mark Wamken ai 625-9144. Submissions must be in writing and of general community interest, not commercial in nature. Lino Acevedo Sr. Services for Lino Acevedo Sr., 81, of New Braunfels will be 2 pm. Monday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, with father Richard Oberstar officiating. Burial will follow at Hidalgo Cemetery. Mr. Acevedo, a longtime resident of New Braunfels, died Dec. 7, 1991, at Humana Village Oaks Hospital. He was bom April 23,1910, in Mexico to Martimiano and Nieves (nee Jimenez) Acevedo. In April 1947, he married Paula Dominguez in New Braunfels. He was a loader with Servtex Materials Co. and a member of Lady of Perpetual Help Church. He also was a member of the Union Padres de Familias organizations in New Braunfels and Marion. Survivors are: wife, Paula Acevedo of New Braunfels; daughters, Amparo Gonzales of Houston and Josie Franco of San Antonio; son, Tomas Acevedo Sr. of New Braunfels; and 15 grandchildren and 23 greatgrandchildren. A rosary will recited at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in the Morales Funeral Home chapel. Edna Elizabeth Schlameus Services for Edna Elizabeth Schla- It's hack... Chapa CoMtouad trow* Pa®# comer on West Katy Street, said the group s main concern is still street repair Yid lighting “I think rt four concern) is due to a lot of overdue projects that have been promised in the past but haven’t been completed or implemented rn the area.” she said George Rodriguez pointed to the damaged and haphazardly patched street rn frau of hts home. saying ii has not been properly fixed m the 30 years he has lived there “I don't warc just our meet fixed.” he aud “I warn everybody s street fixed over hue .~ Wha they do is *1,000 Downtown Dollars Christmas Give-a-way! Fill Your Shopping Bag in Downtown New Braunfels this Christmas Shopping Season Sc register to win Downtown Dollars. This Christmas you can be the winner of a S250 weekly drawing for Downtown Dollars. Just register at a participating downtown merchant s store. Look for the Downtown Dollars Poster! Weekly drawings will be held on the four Fridays before Christmas. »jHjrtwjred by wr/'®wir. AaseetattDoro Wa'va Got It All! Historic Downtown Now Braunfels 9 A this thing with nothing,” said board chairman John Landry on Saturday. “We could have used more help than we did.” But he also said Casteel has helped the board since she took office. “Since she’s come on board, we’re getting much more assistance than we had.” Walls* last statement concluded that she hopes the county and the district “come out better for it” when the financial questions are resolved. “Set policies now that can be transferred and implemented wherever there is a need to balance the preservation and responsible recreational use of our natural resources,” Walls advised the board. Continued from Pag* IA to Comal County residents over the Trinity Aquifer. Many of these residents now receive water that is deteriorating in quantity and quality, according to residents and officials. The corporation's current members want $250,000 to study the construction of a surface water treatment plant. Half of this would come from the Texas Water Development Board, and the other half would be matching funds. Wallace previously asked the Commissioners Court for the matching funds of $125,000, but was turned down last week. The treatment plant would allow the water suppliers to stop relying on the drying Trinity Aquifer, and, they hope, at the same time avoid the cost of at least $3.50 per thousand gallons fa* treated water projected by the Guadalupe-Bianco River Authority. meus, 64, of New Braunfels will be 2 p.m. Monday at Cross Lutheran Church, with the Rev. Raymond Reich officiating. Burial will follow at Fischer Cemetery in Fischer. Mrs. Schlameus died Dec. 6, 1991, at Humana Village Oaks Hospital. She was bom July 22, 1927, in Twin Sisters to Hugo and Alexa (nee Klap-penbaugh) Beckmann. She married Willard Schlameus on March 12, 1949, in Twin Sisters. She was a secretary for Mutual of Omaha for 40 years and a member of Cross Lutheran Church. Survivors arc: husband, Willard Dean Schlameus of New Braunfels; mother, Alexa Beckmann of Blanco; sons, David L. Schlameus and wife Marilyn of New Braunfels and Lloyd W. Schlameus and wife Jeri of San Antonio; sisters, Eleanor Hargett of San Antonio, Maxine Fazzio of Los Gatos, Calif., Irene Fry of San Antonio and Dora Martin of Seguin; brother, Rudolph Beckmann of Houston; and granddaughters, Julie Anne Schlameus of New Braunfels and Karen Lynne Schlameus of New Braunfels. Zoeller Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Time, Weather & Temperature 625-1511 A Service Brought To You By Oma’s Haus Res ta man t "LETTERS TO SANTA" ^LISTEN AND HEAR AREA SECOND GRADERS READ THEIR’ LETTERS TO SANTA CLAUS! ^ Wkgnb MONDAYS THROUGH FRIDAYS ^    7:08    AM,    8:08    AM.    12:20    PM    AND    AT    5:08    PM SATURDAYS AT 9:08 AM AND 12:20 PM 'PRESENTED WITH THE BEST WISHES OF THE SEASON BY fen SA Onrrsfion a1 ft "iii. 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: December 8, 1991

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