New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 29, 1994, Page 10

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

June 29, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 29, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas IO A ■Henki-Zeitung ■ Wednesday, A** 29, 1904More record-setting temperatures expected across Texas this week By EDUARDO MONTES Associated Press Writer EL PASO, Texas (AP) — Texas braced for another round of record-breaking temperatures today as a heat wave kept its grip (Mi die state. The National Weather Service said temperatures at or above the century mark could be expected around the state for several days. No precipitation was in the forecast. Childress had a high Monday of 117, only three degrees off the highest temperature ever recorded in the state— 120 degrees in Seymour on Aug. 12, 1936, weather officials said. All-time record temperatures were set Monday in several other West Texas cities — 116 at Midland, 114 at Lubbock and 113 at El Paso — breaking marks that had been set or equalled only Sunday. The previous records were 112 at Midland, 111 at Lubbock, and 112 at El Paso, all set just 24 hours earlier. Also Monday, Abilene (109), San Angelo (109) and Amarillo (106) all notched highest-ever readings for June 27. Abilene’s reading was its highest in more than 50 years, since a high of 111 on Aug. 3,1943. A portion of Interstate 20 in Parker County buckled late Monday afternoon, an apparent result of the plus- IOO degree weather, officials said. A westbound section of the highway near the Trinity Meadows Racetrack was closed for about three hours while repair crews worked to ease the pressure on the roadway, a spokesman for the Department of Public Safety in Mineral Wells said last night. The highway was reopened after the work was completed. Highway officials could not be reached to describe how the damage was repaired. First reports of the problem came in about 6:15 p.m. from drivers calling the DPS on their cellular phones, the spokesman said. A large dome of high pressure remains anchored over the entire southwestern United States, warming and drying the atmosphere and effectively capping any rain activity. Surface high pressure in the Gulf of Mexico is keeping winds southerly over the region trapping low-level moisture which, in turn, kept humidity levels high. Front row l-n Robert Ktnrwdy, Dtvld HatfMd, Jeremy Burg, Eric Rooty, Joty McBraytr, and Pat Winn. Second row l-r: Erie Kennedy, Randy Winn, John McBraytr, Bruco Froollch, Clifford FrooHch, St*vo Evans, Chad UncNh, Bryan Evans and John MeBrayar. Troop 119 members enjoy trip to Florida Keys From staff reports New Braunfels’ Boy Scout Troop 119 recently returned tan exploring the wtfers around the Florida Keys. After two years of planning and fund raisers, the troop made the three day drive to the Florida National High Adventure Sea Bate located on the island of Islamorada. From Sea Base, the boys crewed the 42 foot Syne and the SO foot Lion’s Paw for a week long voyage. Their days were spent sailing, fishing and snorkeling to get a fish-eye view of the reefs and marine life. A Stop in Key Wot milked foe half way point, with welcomed showers, and a chance to explore the town and participate in the Sunset Festival. Each Scorn returned with a lifetime of mem ories and tales that will grow as time goes on. The Florida National High Adventure Sea Base is one of three high adventure programs operated by the Boy Scouts of America. It offers sailing, scuba, snorkeling, fishing and canoeing in foe Keys, Everglades, and the Bahamas. Troop 119 is sponsored by the First United Methodist Church, and has served the young men of Comal County for over 25 years. The boys would like to thank everyone who supported foe Troop’s barbecues, car washes, flower skies, and donations that made this trip possible. After summer camp at Bear Creek, the Troop will begin planning their next high adventure trip for the summer of 1996. Tonight’s Texas Lotto jackpot will be worth $10 million AUSTIN (AP) - No tickets correctly matched all bx numbers drawn Saturday night for foe twice-weekly Lotto Texas game, state lottery officials said The jackpot was worth an estimreed S3 million. The muribets drawn Saturday night tan afield of 50 were: 6,13,23,24, 2Sand4S. There were 101 tickets sold with five of the six numbers, with each ticket worth SI,575 There were 6,019 tickets with four of six numbers, with each winning $95 And there were 114,279 tickets sold with three of six numbers, with each worth an automatic S3 Lottery officials estimate the jackpot for Wednesday night’s game will be SIO million. I'm back home at ms HAIM STUDIO I would love for you to join me I appreciate your business 620-5804 Announcement ~ % Parkview Beauty Salon Y Welcomes I Margaret Reckaway Beginning June 281b. Full Service Salon Hair Styling • Eyebrow & Eyelash dyeing • Hair Color • Perms • Manicures »Artificial Nails • Facials * Facial Waxing New Services Introducing • Glycol - Add Ped Pvkvtaw Baauty Salon 137 Fredericksburg Now Braunfels Cal tor appointment 825-8212 Sen. Jeff Wentworth announces approval of $8,120 in public funds for gambling prevention/intervention such as education agencies; city and county governments; law enforcement and criminal justice entities; public and private health, social and human service organizations; community-based organizations and associations; community action agencies; business and labor, and foe media. “We know that approximately five percent of Texas adults have had a serious problem with gambling at some point in their lives,’’ said Wentworth. “This adds up to approximately 600,000 individuals who could benefit from comprehensive gambling services. The increase in gambling activities — from the state lottery to race tracks, video gambling in surrounding states and riverboat gambling in Louisiana — means we have to stay one step ahead in providing appropriate prevention and intervention services. While gambling is intended as recreation, we want to make sure that those individuals who have a problem By PHILLIP SIMS Special to the Herald-Zeitung State Senator Jeff Wentworth announced yesterday that the Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse has approved $8,120 in public funds to the Guadalupe Valley Council on Alcohol/Drug Abuse Inc. (COADA) for the development of compulsive gambling prevention/intervention programs. The fonds, made available through state general revenue, cover the period between June I, 1994, and Aug. 31, 1994. The funds will be used by the Guadalupe Valley COADA to develop comprehensive gambling services throughout Comal and Guadalupe counties that will help adults and adolescents, their families, and the communities at large. The COADA will establish formal linkages with other local organizations Bf* Mf* Mf* * * * * * * A A A A A A A A A A A A _______________ or who may develop a problem are taken care of.” The Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse was mandated by the state legislature to provide public education, research and training, as well as treatment and prevention services, for problem or compulsive gambling. See Cal Thomas each Tuesday evening at 7:00 pm on CNBC, Channel 25. lfoiyi Rhttl RbmI fliawil Biri • Horn* of- The "O'" *CES Patio June 29th- Jules Gleishea June 30th- Marc "Mo-Jo" Benno with Amos & Otis July 1- Revival Brothers July 2-Quarter Moon July 3- Jo King Carrasco Now open on The Patio Thurs. nights Muolo 9:30-1:30 - Opon ’till 2am #1 River Rd.    * P—»    7—+ Seam Ar    620-RAFT “Attention Advertisers” In recognition to July 4th holiday we will be closed Monday July 4th. Our advertising deadlines have been moved up to accommodate Retail a Classlflad Display PttflfPvbfictfton    Bfidlkit Tuesday. 7/5    Friday. 7/1    Noon Wednesday, 7/6    Friday, 7/1    5 pm Advisor, 7/7    Friday, 7/1    3 pm daunted Line Ade PnalPllhllMltai    Deadline Tuesday, 7/5    Friday,    7/1    lpm fHave a safe fourth of July. New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung —— Chronic Asthma Sufferers!! Do you take asthma medication either daily or occasionally?? If so , you may be eligible for an asthma research study. All testing is done free of charge and you are compensated up to $595 for your participation. Call now! Central Texas Health Research 609-0900 V    New    Braunfels_ New Menu — New Lower Prices •t //Uaf'i Restaurant Dally lunch $3.75 & Dally dinner specials $4.99 fat* Enjoy Lh* Jazz In our Lounge Fri. & Sat. 9-12 Dally Happy Hour 4-9 M-P 240 5. Seguin I COMING SOON! Saturn of San Antonio Northeast Sneak Preview Of ’94 Saturns Now At Rolling Oaks Mall Loop Hint at Nacogdoches GOOD MORNING! All You Can Eat BREAKFAST BUFFET includes Fruit Bar 6AM -11AM Mon-Fri Tear Senior Citizens (55 yrs. or older) 2.99 155 Hwy 46 S. • New Braunfels • 625-9200 SATURN Saturn of San Antonio Loop 410 at BANDERA ROAD 681-2828 We were "Church Hoppers" until we found Dayspring. Dayspring has brought the Grubbs family to a new level of Christian awareness, showing how we fit into God’s plan and how the quality of marriage and family suddenly comes alive with a marriage they can mold theirs by. lf you're tired of "hopping", come plant some roots in the Dayspring garden; the fruits will be plentiful. Glenn, Charissajyle & Kelsey Grubbs ;