New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 17, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas
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Last Rain: Jan. 12, .14 inch Year Total: .14 inch Normal Year Total: .81 inchWater/Aquifer data
Canyon Lake........908.84 ft
Edwards Aquifer,626.82, same Comal River. .360, same cfs « cubic feet per secondPollen count
Type Count Condition
Pollen counts courtesy of Dr. Frank C. HampelYesterday's temp.
High: 79 Low: 45 Record High: 82 in 1938 Record Low: 15 in 1930
Precipitation, yesterday's temperature, from the National Weather Service, taken at the San Antonio AirportToday’s weather
Today, cloudy, 20 percent chance of showers, high 68, low 55. Tomorrow, cloudy and continued chance of showrs.
Solar and Lunar data
Sun rises at 7:29 a.m. and sets at 5:59 p.m. Moon sets at 7:39 a.m. and rises at 6:05 p.m. today.
Tax help offered to ranchers
FLOW REPORT GUADALUPE RIVER BASIN
Data on this data compared to Average of December 1964 1091 (Historical) Canyon Reservoir Inflow 215 cfs
Release 287 cfs
1 Normal Pool 909 rn s i Reservoir Elev. 908 93 m s I
Sen Marcos River
et Luling . *
’ 320 cfs Historical 339 cfs *
Guadalupe River at Cuero 1.320 cfs
Historical 1.461 cis
Historical 662 cfs
Guadalupe River at Victoria
Historical 1,583 cfs
Coleto Creal Reservoir
Inflow: Less than I cfs Release 3 cfs Normal Pool 98' rn s I Reservoir Elev 97.8 ms I.
"cfs" s Cubic foot/aeoond (449 gallons/minute)
"rn.s.I." = Mean sea level
Water flow data Is gathered from stream gaging stations cooperatively established and operated by GBRA,
U. S. Geological Survey, the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Texas Water Development Board.
Prepared by the GUADALUPE-BLANCO RIVER AUTHORITY
Satellite Town Meeting tonight
At 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, January 17, 1995, New Braunfelsers can join communtties across the United States in a Satellite Town Meeting. The topic will be “School-to-Work: Preparing Students for High Skills, High-Wage Jobs.”
According to Tim Tippit, Chair of the Chamber Business Education Partnership Committee, U.S. Secretary of Education Richard W. Riley and Deputy Secretary Madeleine Kunin will host the meeting, which will focus on how communities can design effective school-to-work programs, enabling high school graduates to make the transition either to post-secondary education or a direct entry into a job that challenges their potential.
“Riley and Kumn will welcome a panel of guests from schools and communities across the country who are innovators in the school-to-work area and have helped develop successful programs Topics of discussion will include ensunng that all students have
access to school-to-work programs, involving the business community in planning curriculum, offering structured on-the-job learning experiences, and integrating school-to-work reform into comprehensive school improvement,” said Tippit.
Tippit continues, “CISD has taken steps to fully implement TECH PREP, a school-to-work program sponsored by the Alamo TECH PREP Consortium and area colleges. CISD has agreements with San Antonio College linking them with the college. They are also seeking an agreement with SWTSU as well.”
New Braunfels area viewers with cable television can view the broadcast on TCI Cable Channel IO. The Town Meeting will be simultaneously broadcast in Spanish, and a translating service will allow Spanish-language viewers to participate in the discussion.
Farmers and ranchers have been concerned for years about high taxes that erode their estates.
To help take the bite out of their high estate taxes, the Texas Agricultural Extension Service is planning several educational programs.
Several two-day seminars to help agricultural producers learn how to reduce taxable estates and learn new methods for passing their operations on to the next generation without tax and administrative burdens will be held during February and March.
They will be held Feb. 8-9 at the Harvey Hotel in Amarillo; Feb. 15-16 at the Buck West House, Chamber of Commerce Building in George West; Feb. 21-22 at the Holiday Inn Convention Center in San Angelo; and Feb. 28 through March I at the Green Oaks Inn and Conference Center in Fort Worth.
The seminar will begin with a discussion on estate taxes, including deductions, expenses, and tax rates, according to Wayne Haycnga, economist with the Texas Agncultural Extension Service, who teaches the seminars.
Basic estate planning devices will be explained in depth. Among these are wills, bypass trusts, gifts, disclaimers and property titles.
Relating estate plans to income tax savings can he of even greater benefit
Teresa Scheer of New Braunfels died Sunday, Jan. 15, 1995 at Eden Home. She was bom Aug. 20, 1909 in St. Louis, Missouri.
Funeral service will be Tuesday, Jan. 17, at ll am. at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church with Msgr. Edward Bily. entombment will follow at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Mausoleum. A Rosary' will be recited at 7 p.m. Monday at Docppenschmidt Funeral Home.
Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home
Edward C. Smith
Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Edward C. Smith of Canyon I ake. He died Sunday at his residence at the age of 65.
Matthew James DeLeon
Matthew' James DeLeon of New braunfels died Saturday. Jan. 14. 1995
than just thinking about an estate plan, Hayenga said.
A separate segment of the program will be devoted to treating beneficiaries fairly. This is important for families with farms and ranches whose heirs are divided on whether to continue operating.
Another discussion will center on estate-planning tools for agriculture and will deal with corporations, partnerships and selling part of the business to heirs.
The second day of the program will be devoted to special estate tax rules for agriculture. These include special farm land valuation, deferred estate tax payment rules, life insurance, “flower” bonds, and other property.
“Estate planning is a big step toward reduced taxes,” he said. “This process should start when you plan to inherit substantial property, when you have an active and growing business, when you still have time to take tax-saving actions, when you have minor children, and when your children marry or divorce.”
The registration fee is $75 and further information is available through county Extension agents in those cities, or from Wayne Hayenga or Carol Sabo, Agncultural Economics Department, Texas A&M University, College Station. TX 77843. telephone 409-845-2226.
honor graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, 1979. Barbara was a member of Chnst on the Mountain Catholic Church in Lakewood, Colorado. She went to her heavenly home to be with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Chnst on Jan. 16, 1995.
She is survived by her husband Ronald W. Simon and daughter, Sara Simon of Lakewood, Colorado; her father. William IL Groos and mother Nell Groos of New' Braunfels; her brother and sister-in-law Michael and Patti Groos of Jacksonville, Florida; sister and brothcr-m-law Irene and Robert Allen of San Antonio; nieces and nephews Wendy and David Groos of Jacksonville, Flonda and Richard and Melissa Allen of San Antonio; Aunts and uncle Mrs. Wallace Howard Sr. and Mrs. V.B. Womack of New Braunfels, Mrs T P. Fenelon of Salem, Oregon, and Mr. and Mrs. Buster Jenkins of Nampa. Idaho.
Services arc pending in Lakewood,Drainage project
Two drainage projects, funded by the city's allocation of Community Development Block Grant funds, are moving into the design and schematic phase. Members of the engineering and technical crews visited New Braunfels recently and examined the Bergfeld/Katy St. area, and then moved on to Veramendi/ Basil and Mather streets.
The drainage projects, which will be funded as multi-year projects, should begin this fall.Cinderella coming to the Civic Center
A pumpkin coach, Prince Charming, a glass slipper, and a dream come true are all woven together by the magic of a Fairy Godmother in Cinderella, presented by the Missoula Children's Theatre.
It will he presented Saturday, Feb. 4
Colorado. Memorials may be given to your own local church or favorite charity.
Arrangements are pending at Zoeller
at the Civic Center at I p.m. and 3 p.m. Children $5, adults $8. Tickets available at the Children's Museum.
Proceeds benefit the Children’s Museum, and the NB Art League Scholarship Fund. Call Jean Wilson at 609-0454 for information..
Funeral Home for Robert Hodges of Canyon Lake. He died at Kirkwood Manor Sunday at the age of 75.
There are no small victories in the tight
against heart disease.
American Heart Association
199? American Heart Association
at McKenna Hospital at the age of one month and 13 days.
Survivors are his parents Jaime and Esmeralda DeLeon of New Braunfels; one sister, Jessica Lynn DeLeon of New Braunfels; one brother, Bo Con-stancio Hernandez of New Braunfels; and grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Benito DeLeon of New Braunfels, Jesus T. Hernandez of New Braunfels, Erlinda Hernandez of New’ Braunfels; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
Funeral services will be Tuesday at 11 a m. at the A M E.P. Chapel, 255 E Commerce, w ith interment following at Sts. Peter and Paul Cemetery. Visitation begins Sunday at 6 p.m. until 9:30 a m. Tuesday.
Barbara Louise Groos Simon
Barbara Louise Groos Simon was bom Feb. 8, 1955 in New Braunfels, Texas. She was a graduate of New Braunfels High School, 1973, and un
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