New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 14, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas
Wednesday’s high was 80 degrees, followed by an overnight low of 46. Tolday’s high will stay in the low-70s, and temperatures tonight will dip into the upper-30s. Friday’s high will be near 70.
Canyon Lake dropped overnight from 905.88 to 905.80 feet above sea level.
Gear skies and cool temperatures dominated the Texas weather picture today.
Partly cloudy skies covered some sections of South Texas. There were no reports of rainfall before dawn.
Pre-dawn temperatures were in the 30s and 40s over West and North Texas, while readings in the 50s and 60s were noted over South Texas. Temperatures at 4 a.m. ranged from 29 at Amarillo to 72 at Brownsville.
The forecast called for mostly clear skies and unseasonably cool temperatures into Friday.
Staff photo by Cmdy Richardton
Despite being a little cross eyed, this cat is still looking (as best he can) for a new home. He currently lives at the Humane Society Animal Shelter on Kuehler Avenue. Come by to pick up your pet. The shelter also accepts strays and unwated pets.
North Texas — Freeze warning north portion tonight. Mostly clear with unseasonabley cold temperatures through Friday. Highs 58 north to 68 southeast. Lows near 30 north to 38 southeast. Highs Friday 62 to 68.
South Texas — Mostly fair with cold nights and cool days through Friday. Highs mostly rn the 70s. Ix)ws 35 Hill Country to 52 deep south.
New Braunfels Horald-Zeitung Thursday, April 14,1983 3A
West Texas — Fair through Friday. A little warmer Friday. Highs 45 Panhandle to 60 southeast, 65 far west and near 80 Big Bend valleys. Lows near 30 Panhandle to 45 Big Bend valleys. Highs Friday 60 north to near 70 south and 85 Big Bend valleys.
Thunderstorms dropped nearly 5 inches of rain over Mississippi, causing flash floods today that hampered firefighters and chased at least 500 people from homes that “have never taken water before,” officials said.
Meanwhile, snow and strong northerly winds created “near blizzard” conditions in the Upper Midwest and pushed temperatures below freezing from the Rockies to northern Minnesota.
People were forced to scramble for higher ground in Jackson, Miss., where about 5 inches of rain — 4 inches in a little more than an hour — sent floodwater swirling waist deep into some neighborhoods, authorities said.
Police said they received at least IOO calls requesting help for evacuations soon after the storm which began Wednesday and tapered off about midnight. City spokesman Brad Carter estimated that 500 people fled their homes and that 150 houses and businesses were flooded early today.
The flooding affected hundreds of houses “that have never taken water before,” police spokesman Brad Carter said.
BY STELLA WILDER THURSDAY. APRIL 14
Born today, you are one of those smooth talkers who can persuade others to their way of thinking, win points in arguments that others may not even realize are at issue and. in general get their own way Many envy your story-telling ability; you, on the other hand, may not be inclined to take advantage of it You could, if you chose, be a highly successful writer — particularly if you aimed your work at the young. It is doubtful, however, that you will find energy and ambition to match basic ability.
You are highly original. You tend to neglect your creative side in favor of the practical — until your middle years when you might surprise everyone — including yourself — b> our innovative idea and actions In the end, you should know real acceptance
FRIDAY. APPRIL 15
ARIES (March 21-April 191 — You may take a sudden turn for the better in terms of careers. What was a setback proves otherwise.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — Though it may take you longer than some, ultimately, you will consider this a day very well spent.
GEMINI (May 21-June 201 — Tenacity is an asset today. Keep your goal rn sight, your nose to the grindstone, your eye peeled.
CANCER (June 21-July 22) — Nervousness proves crippling early in the day. Take your mind off yourself; consider another.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — Your inventiveness proves to be an assist in your climb to the top today. Co-workers call on your talents.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — Though your work cannot be faulted, your attitude could stand some
Miller wins scholarship to McMurry
Sarah Miller, a senior at New Braunfels High School, has been named to receive a band scholarship at McMurry College in Abilene.
The announcement was made by Dr. Thomas Kim, college president
Miller, who will graduate in May, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Miller, HIO Stonewall. She received the scholarship after an audition with band director Tommy Fry.
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On area screens
Brauntex Theatre, 290
W. San Antonio — Sophie's Choice and E. T. — The Extra-Terrestrial (PG). Showtime 7 p.m.
Cinema I&II, Walnut Square — Raiders of the Lost Ark (PG). Shows at 7 and 9:15 each night.
Also Screwballs (R). Shows at 7:15 and 9 each night.
In area clubs
Bavarian Village, 212
W. Austin — Live music and dancing Saturday night.
Loop 337 — Friday: The Goolaks. Saturday: Younger Brothers.
Faust Hotel Bar, 240
S. Seguin — Tonight and Saturday: Aaron and Beth Howell. Friday: Steve Chandler.
Gruene Hall —
Friday: The lotions. Saturday: Ray Wylie
Hubbard. Sunday, 4-8: Lyle Lovett.
Heidelberg Halle, IH
35 North — Friday: Leroy Parnell. Saturday: El Campo.
Something Good Restaurant, 283 S. Union — Friday and Saturday : Jams Turk on guitar.
Starting Gate, IH 35 South — Tonight: Charlie Johnson. Friday: Fifties and
Sixties night with
Crossbaux. Saturday: Crossbaux again, with country.
Texas Dance Hall,
U.S. 281 South — Friday: Lee Green
wood. Saturday: Jesse Smith.
Texas Junction, 262 W. Jahn — Friday: Rock and roll with Alter Ego. Saturday: David Kemp.
Wolfgang's Keller, 295
E. San Antonio — Bill Knight at the piano.
On area stages
First Baptist Church,
733 Cross — Youth Choir musical "Bright New Wings,” in a dinner-theater presentation tonight and Friday, 7 p.m.
Southwest Tezns State University, San
Marcos — Give 'Em Hall, Harry, tonight at 8:15 in Evans Auditorium.
Frankly, B. Franklin, 8 p.m. Friday and 3 p.m. Saturday in the LJB student center.
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SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) — Though your feelings may be hurt, you would do well to put a good face on things. Smile!
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — A lot of money is only part of the answer to your problems. Your own attitude is more determining.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) — Strong family ties prove an emotional stumbling block to making a change. Adapt to new situations.
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