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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 10, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A Herald-Zft/tung, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, April 10, 1991 Weather Water Watch Comal River......................................290    cfs (up 8) Canyon Lake Inflow........................261    (down 27) Canyon Lake outflow............................322    (same) Canyon Lake level..........................907.06    (up .06) Edwards Aquifer.............................624.98    (up .03) Texas area forecasts ern P011*0115 South Texas cmrruTcvAc    _,    .    tonight and for southern and west- SOUTH TEXASJ>an£cioudy    cr/sccuons of ^ Tcxas on to cloudy tonight with widely scat-    Wcdncsda Els£whcre, showers ►. J™ and Ihunderaorms fo^,,,™ arc forecast for south and east. Mostly cloudy .    ...    .    _ _ ,    „• Wednesday with widely scattered    cx c    Texas and the Big wednesday with widely scattered    .    d f lhc Per. nun or showers mainly south and    m|an Basjn ^ Concho Valle of west to partly cloudy east Lows    Wes, Teus on Wedncsday. siree tonight rn the,uppcr4&H.ll Com-    r$    d ny IO Ae 60s south. H,ghs Wed-    across Nonh nesday mainly rn the 70s to near ^ VIAnnt tov ACI    A    cold    front    extending from the NORTH TEXAS - Increasing DaIlas.Fon Worth area to Midland cloudiness tonight Lows 47 north ^ m of low pressure in to 60 southeast. Cloudy Wedncs- Nonh Central Texas ^ ,0 blame day with a slight chance of rain and    for lhe    led showcr md then- isolated thunderstorms. Highs 73 dcrsloml £uvlty, 10    „    ,    Lows    tonight    will be in the    40s TST    TEXAS -    Increasing    in West Texas, in the 40s and    50s cloudiness    laie tonight    far west and    m North Texas ^ jn    ,n Big Bend    with widely scattered    ^ Hill Country and in the 50s    and showers Oevelopmg, fair else- elsewhere in South Texas, where Partly to mostly doudy Hj Wedn<;sda will ^ m foe Wednesday wuh scattered showers ?0s    Wes,    in aid thunderstorms mainly Permian    Ben(j    where ^din Basin and Concho Valley. Lows wi„ ^ foe 80s and in the 70s in taught mostly    Nonh    Texas    md South Texas The Slate    p0g    was    reported across a    vast More rain is in store for South    area of South Texas early today. Texas where weekend rains trig-    Some drizzle also dampened areas gered flooding that caused millions    of South Texas during the proof dollars in damage in the Lower    dawn hours. Rio Grande Valley.    Early morning temperatures Most of the rest of the state will were in the 30s in the Panhandle get showers and thunderstorms and in the 40s and 50s elsewhere tonight and Wednesday. Forecasts across West Texas, in the 60s and are calling for showers and thun- 70s in North Texas and in the 70s derstorms over southern and east- in South Texas. Obituaries Leonardo. Etter Jr. UNIVERSAL CITY — Funeral services for Leonard C. Etter Jr., 46, of Converse will be 11:30 ajn. Thursday at the Tabernacle Baptist Church with the Rev. Joe Warren officiating. Buna! with military honors will follow at Fen Sam Houston National Cemetery. Arrangements are with Colonial Funeral Home in Universal City. Mr. Etter died April 8. 1991, at his home. He was bom March 4, 1945, in San Antonio to Leonard and Gladys Weh-meyer Etter. He married Geneva Groesbeck on Nov. 18,1967. Survivors include his wife, Geneva Euer of Converse; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Etter Sr. of Bulverde; two daughters, Tammy Lynn Etter and Amy Etter, both of Converse; two sons, Carl Franklin Euer and Martin Allen Etter, both of Converse, five sisters and brothcrs-in-law, Barbara and Hilmcr Wehe of Bulverde, Gloria and Linden J. Priess Jr. of Blanco; Darlene and Robert Acker of New Braunfels, Jane and Philip Fuhrmann of Canyon Lake and Judy Hell of San Antonio; numerous nieces, nephews arx! friends and a special brother-in-law, Richard Groesbeck. Pallbearers will be Donald Wehe, Jery Acker, Rodney Preiss, Ricky Preiss, Brian Acker and Douglas Hell. Honorary pallbearers will be Daryl Fuhrmann, Matthew Hell and Scott Wehe. Visitation continues through 9 p.m. today at Colonial Funeral Home chapel, with the family receiving friends from 5 to 9 p.m. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or the Live Oak Regional Cancer Center. David A. Madia Services for David Arthur Madia of New Braunfels were conducted Dec. 31, 1990. ai Holy Family Catholic Church with Father Francis Maas officiating. Burial was at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. Rosary was Dec. 30 at Zocller Funeral Home. Mr. Madia, 45, died Dec. 29, 1990, ai Audie Murphy Veterans Administration Hospital. The son of Christopher M. and Marcel ma (Guajardo) Madia, he was bom July 3, 1945, in Boerne. Mr Madia was a Vietnam veteran, served in the U.S. Army and was a member of the Catholic Church. Among his survivors is a son, David Jason Madia of Houston. Mary Wehllng Orbeck Memorial services for Mary Wehling Orbeck, 50, of Austin, will be Saturday at Colonial Chapel at Cook-Walden Funeral Home. Survivors include her husband Tom Orbeck of Austin; parents, Mary and Hildegarde Wehling of New Braunfels; sister and brother-in-law, Priscilla and Ken Burts of San Antonio; nieces, Cindy Thames of Austin, Susan Lawson of Oklahoma City and Amy Kruger of San Antonio. The Way We See It, Quality Comes First. What you’re rn • hurry, we can hurry Bul we’ll (till make sure your eyeglasses meet our quality standards One Hour Service Available On Most Prescriptions LAJ Creative EqcwcAr Stammtisch- Continued from. Pogo 1A designed to develop awareness, knowledge and skills related to the interrela-tionship of humans to their environment. Participants will receive an activity guide for theAppropriate age level. For information or to make reservations, drop by the office in Landa Park or call 629-PARK. Candidate forum A “Meet the Candidate Night” scheduled for 7 p.m. Thursday at Bracken Fire Station in Garden Ridge will include Garden Ridge City Council candidates and Comal Independent School District candidates. The event is non-partisan but is sponsored by the Garden Ridge Area Republican Women’s Club. For more information, call Cal va Rich at 512/651 -9328. School yard sale The Goodwin-Frazier PTO is planning a yard sale at IO am. Saturday at the Frazier School parking lot, 1441 U.S. Highway 81 East. Proceeds of the sale will go to both schools. Refreshments and a bake sale also will be available. Iris Show The New Braunfels Iris Society will host its 26th Iris Show from I to 5 p.m. Saturday at First United Methodist Church’s Wesley Hall. Irises in an array of colors and shapes will be displayed. Rummage sale The annual Rummage Sale at Holy Family Hall, 245 S. Hidalgo, will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday and Friday. Everything from clothing to odds and ends will be sold and food concessions will be available. For more information, call Linda Cantu at 629-7621. Training time Teen Connection is growing, said volunteer coordinator Lane Parker, and volunteers are needed. A volunteer training session will be held from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday 13 at the shelter, 1414 W. San Antonio Street. That will be followed with a stress-reduction workshop from 6 to 8 p.m. April 15. Interested persons are urged to preregister by calling Parker at 629-6571. Resource team Budget Continued from Psgs I Families With Dependent Children could reduce $442,618 in 1992-93. “Unfortunately, HB IO would impact negatively students and employees of our public schools and universities, law enforcement activities and those who provide and receive health care and other social services,” Zaffurini said. The Legislative Budget Board projects the proposed budget is $4.8 billion less than would be needed to fund programs at their current levels of service. Legislative budget experts project that the state will have a total of $52.4 billion to spend the next two years. That’s up from $49.9 billion in the current budget cycle, which ends Aug. 31, and from $41.1 billion in 1988-89 —wmiBOP*cnr»- “*9*1 Meeting with New Braunfels City Manager Paul Grohman, right, as they begin a look at the city and its Downtown Project plans are members of a Texas Main Street Project resource team. From left are Brian Larson, Larson Design Group, landscaping; April Goldsmith, Downtown Project coordinator; Ward Bogard, Ward Bogard and Associates, architect; Danelle Baldwin, Melvin Simon and Associates, marketing; and Dean Henigsman, DeShazo, Starek and Tang, traffic engineering. (Photo by Erik Karlsson) Chamber _ Continued from Pag* IA Business Person of the Year program now are available at the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce office. The first winner, awarded last year, was Mary Jane Nalley of the Gristmill Restaurant in the Grucne Historic District. Other activities planned for the emphasis, a project of the chamber and its Small Business Council chaired by Cash Hermes include seminars and a poster contest. The poster contest is open to the public. The winner will receive a $100 savings bond and the poster will be printed and distributed in the area as the “Small Business Week poster.’’ Winner of last year’s poster contest was Robin Vandal of Smithson Valley High School. Rules for entry, available at the chamber offices at 390 S. Seguin Ave. or by calling 625-2385, include: • incorporation of the theme "Small Business: Building America’s Future;” • use of the wording “New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce salutes Small Business, May 5-11, 1991;” • a design showing the importance of small business to the community; • executed in no more than two colors on white paper measuring 16x20 inches. All entries remain the property of the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce and may be displayed during Small Business Week. Deadline for submission has been extended to April 19. Seminars of interest to local businesses include “The Fire Marshall Is Coming: What to do before he gets there.” This event, with box lunch included, is scheduled from noon to 2 p.m. Monday, May 6, and again from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, May 9. Fire Marshall Elroy Fricsenhahn and Bill Toney of Seiler Fire Equipment will conduct the seminars to inform business owners and individuals of fire codes and regulations, focusing on what can be done in advance to avoid problems. Another seminar, scheduled for 5:30 p.m. May 7, will feature New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Publisher David Sullens addressing “How to Get Your Business News Published.” On Sunday, May 5, the Herald in cooperation with the chamber and area businesses will publish a 1991 “Salute to Small Business” tabloid special section. “We have long realized that small business people are the backbone of the American free enterprise system,” said advertising director Lone’ Beasley, “and are excited about doing our part to get the word out about ‘Small Business Week’.” Herald marketing representatives will be calling local merchants to help sponsor the section. “Last year was the first such section we published ant it was a big success,” Beasley said. "We are expecting this year’s to be even better." Coin plctc FRATERNAL LIFE INSURANCE for the Enllre Family Ontni-Plun Universal Life urn! Annuities mid lltA’s-Highly Competitive Interest Rules For rnoro inlormalion phono or write lo our local representative THOMAS G. SCHAFFER District Deputy Kt. 9 Box 148 Canyon Lake. TX 78133 Phone:    (512) 899-2731 ROYAL NT,ICI I HORS OF A MMR I CA 230-1 GI Ii St.,    Rock Island, Illinois GI 201 BG 15 Fraternal Fife Insurance Since 1805 POUCt Maintaining a level of independence while living in a secure environment is available at EDEN CARE CENTER For those who only require minimal assistance to maintain independent living, Eden Care Center offers: •Private Studios    ’Housekeeping •Meals    ’Laundry Service •Activities    ’Transportation Eden Home, Inc., 631 Lakeview Blvd., New Braunfels, Texas (512)625-6291 844 N. Walnut St. New Braunfels, TX 78130 (512)625-9770 GRANZIN ^ MEAT MARKET 1644 McQueeney Rd. «« '625-3510    1 Ii tungOi licOuMOV, *0 HU    mkt    MADE    BEEF    IERKEY. DRY SAUSAGE, HEAD CHEESE BKN >D SAUSAGE, 8.30-6:00 Monday thru Saturday Custom Slaughtering Tues. Only Beef Chop Rib Steaks 219 ,... 009 ■ b or more jbr lb y Round 2t9 a). Steak £59 IO lbs. or more lb Fresh Fryers 496, Mkt Mad* Salami -I 79 J. rn. Spare Ribs 3 Down ^ I Country Style Pork Ribs 139 JL ib Mkt Made Pan Sausage or more I 49    .    L    I    39 L ib    I    pka*    JL    ib Hormel Chopped Ham I 19 lh. Fred) A comforting tradition reT, "Aril Gencruhon of I molly Ouownhip" 625-2349 615 LANDA FUNERAL HOME NFW BRAUNFELS Sausage IO lb*. or more I 79 lb Specials Good Wed. Apr. 10th thru Tues. April 16th MKt Franks 49 ib. Rump Roast 173 ib Chuck    fjf* Roast    I43y^ Fajitas Chuck Hamburger 179 lb. 5 lbs or more I Pkg I 63 lb Chicken Breast I 29 rn 5 lbs. or more I Cattle Hullti«-riii|j> ilium I'riHissliiu .toy ll* UVV I Retain Hull A ll* -.J 19 in Custom Slaughtering Hog* Huh lur Int; $13.00 l*r mis sing 30v lh. DW I Wisconsin Cheeddar Cheese 69 Coke, Sprite, Tab, A&W,]j Sunk 1st, Dr Pepper 6-12 oz. cans Lamb* liuuhcring SI S OO Pron*sine JOv lb MVT] i Mf •, * • * i j| >i I f «Wv Wvtrr Frozen. Cut and Wrap V2 Beef    1.53 Hindquarter    1.73 Forequarter    1.43 ;