New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 14, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas
By STELLA WILDER WEDNESDAY, JULY 14
Born today, you possess an easy-going nature — but one that attracts followers and, thus encourages you to be a leader in spite of yourself. You have a head full of original ideas and your willingness to share them makes for profit and progress not only for yourself, but for all who associate with you in a positive manner. You are slow to anger — and quick to recover from anger when it does occur. You see the faults in others — and in yourself — quickly, but you go to great lengths not to voice what you see, not to“fault-find.”
Those who work with you would go out of their way to serve you, for you are one who inspires in a relationship confidence, love, loyalty, and, perhaps more than anything else, protection. Those who know you feel both the urge and the need to take care of you.
Also born on this date are: Ingmar Bergman, director-producer; Polly Bergen, actress; Terry Thomas, actor.
To see what is in store for you tomorrow, find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph. L*t your birthday star be your daily guide.
THURSDAY, JULY 15
CANCER (June 21-July 221 - Keep up the domestic front. Not to do so may be to invite an enemy to take advantage of the situation.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - Harmony on the employment scene makes success a sure thing. Make
an effort early in the day to reach agreement.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 221 - Deal quickly with one who obviously lacks faith in your ability to succeed. You don’t need negative input!
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) - This is a good time for taking yourself and those who depend upon you seriously. Disregard frivolous words.
SCORPIO (Ort. 23-Nov. 21) - See to those aspects of your present situation that enhance your prestige. Engourage them - above all else.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22- Dec. 21) - Unravel your own affairs and you will find that progress and profit begin almost immediately.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22- Jan. 19) - Surprises make this a day when plans must be set aside and matters dealt with as they occur. Take heed!
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) - Highlights change. Be sure of your facts and figures before attempting to “sell” them to superiors.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) - Keep at least one eye on a Scorpio native. Otherwise, you may bo taken by surprise and suffer a loss.
ARIES (March 21- April 19) - Seek tin1 behind-the-scenes “miracle worker" and you will know whom to thank for your sudden progress.
TAURUS (April 20- May 20) - The results you are after may have to be postponed -- unless you can find a way to persuade another against his will.
GEMINI (May 21-Junc 20) - Guard your reputation early in the day when one with both presence and [lower may try to do you harm.
The fishing and sunning was good last weekend at the Canyon Dam spillway. Water flow was minimal Sunday, cut to 209 cubic feet per second (cfs),
Staff photo by Dr Bill Snead
down from last Thursday's 400 cfs. The light flow makes the Guadalupe safer for canoeists and tubers.
pring Branch news
Homemaker's Picnic a well-attended success
By MRS. ALVIN GASS Correspondent
Spring Branch Homemakers Club, had their annual Family Picnic at Cypress Cove Civic Center last Thursday evening with a good membership attendance. Each one brought a covered dish, so there was lots of good food to enjoy.
After supper, recreation chairman Mrs. Marie Knibbe led all in songs which was enjoyed by all. And all kinds of games, guessing games, questions and answers, even a fun game where each member there received a prize.
Also 17 people were lucky to win a pillow to take home. It was a very enjoyable evening together.
Hermann Sons The statewide party was held last Sunday with a full house at Villita Assembly Hall. There were 160 lodges with their officers and the Grand Lodge officers, and all their committees with their helpers. It began at 1:30 p.m. Entertainment was the Hermann Sons mixed chorus, the Polkateers and tile Square Dancers of San Antonio and a troupe from New Braunfels Hermann Sons school of dance.
A barbeque supper was served to everyone. A dance followed afterwards. It was a very enjoyable afternoon.
Eugene Voges Our deepest sympathy to the family of
Eugene Voges of his passing at the age ol 65 years. He died Sunday. July 13. and lie is survived by his wife Telka and I daughters, one daughter living iii Iowa. one in Austin and 2 iii San Antonio. One sister, Mrs. Walter (Norma) Meckel, and Lawrence Voges living iii San Antonio, one brother Wilburt Voges iii Blanco and Raymond Voges in New Braunf els. He was laid to rest on July 7 ut Sunset C cuielai \ Lodge 127 Meeting Spring Branch Hermann Sons I odgc No 127 and Junior Youth Chapter Blue Bonnet" will have their regular meeting Sunday. July lfi at 2:00 p.iii. at the Spring Branch Hall.
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Comal County forecast calls for partly cloudy and continued hot, with a 20 percent chance of showers and thundershowers through Thursday. Winds will be from the southeast near IO mph today, decreasing to 5-10 mph tonight. Sunset will be at 8:113 p.m., and sunrise Thursday will be at 6:41 a.m.
Highs today and Thursdays will be in the mid 90s, with a low tonight in the low 70s. This morning’s low was 72, and yesterday’s high was 98.
Canyon Like stood at 907.19 this morning, compared to yesterday’s level of 907.22.
Scattered showers fell along Hr* upper Texas coast today as thunderstorms roamed through the Panhandle toward eastern and southern sections of the state.
Cloudiness remained in Southeast Texas from heavy rains Tuesday that soaked Houston with 3.39 inches of rain in a couple of hours.
More scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms were expected for the Panhandle and South Texas. Partly cloudy and warm conditions should prevail elsewhere across the state.
Thunderstorms were scattered from southern Iowa to the Texas Panhandle and continued over Nebraska and Colorado today. Rain also fell in Wisconsin, Montana, Idaho and Illinois.
Storms also were widely scattered from Florida to Virginia.
Fair skies covered much of the southern Plains, the Southwest, the Dakotas and a band from New England to the lower Mississippi Valley.
Cloudy skies covered the northern Pacific Coast.
A 73-year-old man was killed when his car ran off an Independence, Mo., road in heavy rain and struck a utility pole. Communities around Kansas City, Mo., were pelted Tuesday with golfball-size hail and winds of up to 40 mph.
Slow-moving thunderstorms dumped heavy rains and hail on eastern Nebraska, downing a powerline in Petersburg and prompting a flash flood warning as Shell Creek spilled out of its banks.
More rain was expected today over the Mississippi
Valley, the Great Likes, from Florida to Virginia and from Montana to the northern Pacific Coast Sunny to partly sunny skies were expected Iii the rest of Hr* nation.
Highs iii upper 60s were expected along the Pacific Coast and much of the Pacific Northwest, while temperatures in the 70s were forecast from northern Minnesota to northern New England. Highs iii the 90s were to stretch from Mississippi to California, broken by readings of I IO iii the desert Southwest.
The rest of the nation was to enjoy temperatures iii the 80s.
Temperatures around the nation at 3 a.m. EDT ranged from 53 iii Fort L*wis, Wash., to 98 iii PIrhmux, Anz. Other reports:
East: Atlanta 72 partly cloudy; Boston 73 partly cloudy; Buffalo 58 fair; Charleston, S.C. 79 cloudy; Cincinnati 67 partly cloudy; Cleveland 65 fair; Detroit 66 fair; Miami 87 fair; New York 73 fair; Philadelphia 71 fair; Pittsburgh 68 fair; Washington 78 cloudy.
—Central: Bismarck 62 fair; Chicago 71 hazy; Dallas-Fort Worth 74 fair; Denver 63 fair; Des Moines 71 thunderstorms; Indianapolis 69 fair; Kansas City 75 thunderstorms; Minneapolis-St. Paul 72cloudy; Nashville 68 fair; New Orleans 76 fair; St. Louis 73 fair.
- West: Albuquerque 77 fair; Anchorage 56 partly cloudy; I*as Vegas88fair; Phoenix 98 fair; Salt Like City 73 partly cloudy; San Diego 66 foggy; San Francisco57 foggy; Seattle 57 windy.
Canada — Montreal59fair; Toronto57 fair.
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