New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 27, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas
2A ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ Friday, Jan 27,1995
Last Rain: Jan. 26, .07 Inch Yaar Total: .28 Inch Normal Yaar Total: 1.41 Inch
Canyon Lain........906.81 ft
Edwards Aquifer, 626.74, tamo Comal Rlvar. .390, tam* cfi m cubic feet per second
Ragweed, .a -
Rotten counts courtesy of Dr. Frank C. Hampel
High: 68 Low: S3 Record High: 84 In 1972 Record Low: 18 In 1872
PmcQtatlon, yostorOa/s tomporoturo, horn tho Notional Woothor Sorvico, takon at tho Son Antonio Airport
Sunny and warm today, high 75, low 562. Partly cloudy and mild forth# weekend.
Solar and Lunar data
Sun rises at7:25 and sate at 6:07. Moon rises at 4:12 a.m. and sets at 3:03 p.m. Friday.
FLOW REPORT GUADALUPE RIVER BASIN 1-19-95
Oats on this data compared to Avtrago ofJanuary 1964-1991 (His to neat) Canyon Rasarvoir Inflow 288 cts
Ralaasa 390 cts
Normal Pool 909 m.s.l.
Reservoir Elav. 908 82m.s.l.
San Marcos Rivar at Luling ’ 437 cts Historical 399 cis
Guadalupe Rivar at Cuero 2.030 cis
Historical 1,700 cts
Dunlap NIA cts Historical 740 cfs
Guadalupe Rivar at Victoria 1.890 cis
Inflow: Lass than 1 cis Release: 3 cis Normal Pool 98' rn s I Reserver Elav 96.06 ms I
"cfs" rn Cubic foot/second (449 galione/minute)
"m.s.l." s Moan aaa lava!
Watar flow data la gatharad from sir aa rn gaging stations cooperatively established and operated by GBRA,
U. S. Geological Survey, the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Tessa Watar Development Board.
Prepared by tbs GUADALUPE-BLANCO RIVER AUTHORITY
We re Meeting
Canyon High School Seniors and their parents Witt meet Monday, Jan. 30 at 7 p.m. at the high school to discuss Project Graduation 1995.
The Comal County Republican Man's Club wi have its meeting beginning at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 31 at the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Coop. New members welcome.
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Wurstfest helps out
Robert Konkel, president of the Comal County Woman's Shelter and Lee Wamcke, president of the New Braunfels Emergency Communications auh, receive contribution checks from outgoing Wurstfest President Joe Rushier. These contributions were made In recognition of duties performed by the two groups during the 1994 Wurstfest.
The Emergency Communications Club provides security and communication aarvlcaa at th# entrances to the grounds and parking areas and assists law anforcemant with traffic control. Women's Shelter volunteers manned a booth for the Wurstfest Association offering records, tapes and compact dites by festival entertainers to the public for sale.
SAC looking at city’s needs
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San Antonio College has completed its plans and begun the process of identifying the education and training needs of residents in New Braunfels and surrounding areas. Initiated after the College’s decision to offer credit courses this spring semester, this research project will endeavor to identify the educational plans and needs of six distinct groups in the community—high school seniors, older adults, business owners, New Braunfels college students, the local labor force, and nontraditional students such as out-ofschool youth, homemakers, and other under-served populations.
This effort, initiated under the leadership of Paul Fraser, Mayor, is being coordinated with the New Braunfels Off-Campus Education Steering Committee. Mr. Bob Ristau serves as Chairman of this committee which is comprised of community leaders from business, education, local government, and the general community.
The study’s timeline calls for mail-out surveys, personal interviews and other group meetings to occur in February.
Of special note is a forum being planned to help identify the educational needs and priorities of area homemakers. A historically under-served population in most communities, the Steering Committee requested
The New Braunfels Retired Teachers Association will meet Feb. 1 in the NBISD Education Center Board Room. There will be fellowship, coffee, and cookies beginning at 9:30 am The business meeting and program will begin at 10 a.m. with Mary Tymrak giving a slide presentation on her visit to the Czech Republic.
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special attention be given to this group. The benefits of the study are threefold:
For San Antonio College and other education providers, findings will enable education officials to more effectively select programs and courses, add efficiency to the process, and eliminate guesswork.
For the City of New Braunfels, the study will provide valuable information for strategic planning, economic development, and also provide direction for the mobilization of resources aimed at addressing educational needs.
Area residents stand to benefit as well. Documented evidence of need and preference will ultimately result in education programs and services geared to particular needs and preferences.
A final report is to be published in April detailing findings, conclusions, and other recommendations. Everyone is encouraged to cooperate if asked to complete a particular questionnaire.
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14 Very dry
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22 Certain seasonal workers
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27 Movies for rent 30 Postpone
32 Singer Billy —
33 Kinetic art piece
37 Ontario s — Point
38 Approve 42 Tiny hole
44 Fence steps
45 Aromatic wood
48 Feel ill
49 In a — (briefly) 53 Cocktail
56 Thick carpet 60 Special events
62 Coral reef
63 Lingerie item
65 — up (spoil)
66 Timetable info
67 Tarzan s companions
68 Poet Lord —
2 Put out (heat, eg)
3 Highest point
4 Firmly established
5 Positive answer
7 Sea eagles
9 -Ona Grecian Urn"
11 Actress de Haviland
12 Fourscore and ten
16 Hardy lass
19 Ward off
21 Companions of egos
24 Charged particle
25 Actress Adams
29 lion s home
31 War and
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35 Poker stake 37 Andean
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52 Washes down 54 Wine-growing
57 Measure of lime
59 Singer Campbell
61 Actress Lupmo
62 Priest s garment
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