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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2AHeraM-Zatoiflfc New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, March 10, 1991 Weather Water Comal River..................... Canyon Lake inflow....... Canyon Lake outflow..... Canyon Lake level.......... Edwards Aquifer............. Forecasts SOUTH TEXAS — Gear and cool tonight. Mostly sunny and mild sunday. Highs near 70 hill ; country to the low 80s southwest. •* Lows tonight mid to upper 30s Hill Country; near 40 north to the 40s to near 50 south except 50s beaches. North Texas — Clear and cool tonight. Sunny and warmer sunday. Lows tonight 37 to 44. Highs sunday 69 to 75. WEST TEXAS — Clear tonight. Breezy east of the mountains, otherwise mostly sunny and a little warmer sunday. Lows tonight mostly in the 30s except mid 20s mountains and near 40 Big Bend lowlands. Highs sunday mostly 70s except near 90 Big ; Bend lowlands. PORT ARTHUR TO PORT O’CONNOR — Tonight, north wind 20 to 25 knots. Seas 2 to 4 feet near shore and 6 to 9 feet offshore. Sunday, northeast wind IO to 15 knots. Seas 2 to 4 feet. PORT O’CONNOR TO Watch ................266    cfs (same) ...................232    (down 3) .......................574 (same) 907.64 (down .09) 624.53 (down .03) BROWNSVILLE — Tonight and sunday, northeast wind 15 to 20 knots. Seas 4 to 6 feet. Extended forecasts Tuesday-Th u rsday SOUTH TEXAS — Hill Country and South Central Texas, partly cloudy and slightly cooler Tuesday and Wednesday. Increasing clouds with a chance of showers Thursday. Lows in the 50s Tuesday, 40s Wednesday, near 50 Thursday. Highs in the 70s. Texas Coastal Bend, partly cloudy Tuesday and Wednesday. Slightly cooler by Wednesday. Increasing clouds with a chance of showers Thursday. Lows from near 60 coast to 50s inland. Highs from 70s coast to low 80s inland Tuesday, and in the 70s Wednesday and Thursday. Lower Texas Rio Grande Valley and Plains, partly cloudy. Slightly cooler Wednesday. Lows in the 60s coast to 50s inland. Highs in the 70s coast to 80s inland. Southeast Texas and the Upper Coast, partly cloudy with a chance of showers or thunderstorms Tuesday. Partly cloudy and cooler Wednesday. Increasing clouds with a chance of showers Thursday. Lows in the 50s Tuesday, 50s coast to 40s Hiland Wednesday, and near 50 Thursday. Highs in the 70s Tuesday and Thursday, near 70 Wednesday. WEST TEXAS — Texas Panhandle, South Plains, clear to partly cloudy. Highs upper 50s to mid 60s. Lows mid to upper 30s. Permian Basin, Concho Valley, Pecos Valley, clear to partly cloudy. Highs mid 60s to around 70. Lows upper 30s to mid 40s. Far West Texas, clear to partly cloudy. Highs in the 60s. Lows upper 30s to mid 40s. Big Bend region, 40s. NORTH TEXAS — West and central, fair Tuesday and Wednesday. Increasing cloudiness with a slight chance of showers Thursday. Lows in the upper 40s to lower 50s Tuesday, and the low to mid 40s Wednesday and Thursday. The state Skies should remain clear and temperatures warm through the weekend for most of Texas, thanks to a ridge of high pressure centered over the central Rockies. Some fog was reported in far South Texas, in the Brownsville area. Saturday morning, but that was the exception. TEA meeting with parents Richter. Members of an accreditation team from the Texas Education Agency will be available Monday, March 11 to meet with parents and patrons who have an interest in sharing their views and opinions about the New Braunfels Independent School District, according to Charles Bradberry, NBISD superintendent. Interviews will be conducted by team members beginning at 7:30 p.m. in the board room of The Education Center located at 430 W. Mill Street. Every school district in the state is required by law to be visited by an accreditation team from the agency to evaluate the quality of its educational programs and to determine what progress the school district has made since the last visit Areas to be evaluated by the team during its four-day visit to NBISD include planning, curriculum, instruction, services to students, instructional resources, personnel, finances, personnel, governance, community relations and physical facilities. Continued from Pag* 1A Public meetings • Monday — Comal Independent School District Finance end Funding Committee will meet ai 7 pjn. at Smithson Valley High School in Spring Branch. The school is located at 4001 Texas 46 West. • Monday — New Braunfels City Council will convene at 7:30 p.m. in the Municipal Building at 424 Casten Ave. in the Meeting Room. The agenda includes a second reading of an ordinance that would amend water conservation regulations for landscape watering and a second reading that would grant a special use per mit to the New Braunfels Municipal Airport, allowing additional capacity of bulk fuel storage facilities. Council members will consider action on proposals for operation and maintenance of New Braunfels’ cemeteries. They also will consider action on bids for lighting of the HEB Tennis Center in Prince Solms Park. •Saturday — US. Congressman Lamar Smith will visit with residents of New Braunfels from 4:15-5 p.m. at Sealy Elementary School cafeteria, 540 Howard St. The public is invited to attend. Obituaries Colettes. Lave Services for Colette Sheridan Lane of New Braunfels will be at IO ajn. Monday at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church with Father Eugene (^Callaghan officiating. Burial will bt at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery. A wake service will be h<ld Sunday at 7 p.m. at Doeppensc-hmidt Funeral Home. Mrs. Lane, 78, died March 7,1991, ai Kirkwood Manor. The daughter of Jqhn and Elizabeth (nee McVeigh) Sheridan, she was bom Feb. 23,1913, in Chicago. 111. Her husband, Herman Laue, died Sept. 25,1965. ; A 40-year resident of the city, Mrs. Laue had been a homemaker and a member of Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church and the Gruene Extension Homemakers Club. She is survived by three daughters and sons-in-law, Veronica and Lewis Sgrkozi of New Braunfels. Elizabeth and Charles Smith of Portland, Ore., and Dr. Margaret and Dr. Kent Merry-field of Long Beach, Califs two brothers, Joseph Sheridan and Edward Sheridan, both of Chicago. 111.; eight grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. ; Visitation will be from 5 pm. today until 8:45 a .rn. Monday at Doep-penschmidi Funeral Home Memorials may be given to the Saints Peter and Paul School Fund Ernest Albert Cameron Funeral services for Ernest Albert Cameron, SI, of New Braunfels will b* at I p m Tuesday at Tree of Life Fellowship Church. The Rev. Don Duncan will officiate. Burial will follow at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio with Zoeller Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Mr. Cameron died March 8, 1991, ML Wilford Hall Medical Center in San Antonio. He was born April 30. 1939, in Slippery Rock, Pa., to Ernest C. and Vsra (nee Castor) Cameron. He married the former Alma Farias on March IS, 1958, in Mexico. He was a non-commissioned offic- Richardson Chiropractic Clinic St A ♦ a1 629-4488 Walnut at Hwy. 81 Most Insurance Accepted Waierstreet said the action taken by Mayor Yohcy is allowed under state law. “The Local Government Code says that if a member of the governing body is absent for three regular consecutive meetings the member’s office is considered vacant unless the member is sick or has first obtained a leave of absence at a regular meeting,” Watershed said. “Mr. Richter had missed three consecutive meetings and the mayor proclaimed the scat vacant,” she said. Mayor Yohey was unavailable for comment Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Richter said her husband, while flying back and forth from Kelly, attempted to attend as many city council meetings as possible and took his position on the council very seriously. He has filed for the mayor’s position on the May 4 ballot. City Council met last week on Wednesday during a regular session when Yohey made the order, Watershed said, adding the agenda item of declaring the seat vacant was posted noon of that day as an emergency item to the agenda. Rail er in the United States Air Force and served in Vietnam. He was a member of Tree of Life Fellowship, Comal Independent Men’s Association and the American Legion. Survivors include his wife, Alma Cameron of New Braunfels; his mother, Vera Cameron of Pennsylvania; two daughters. Diana Nolle of Garden Ridge and Mary Wall of Houston; three sons. Joe Cameron, Rodney Cameron and Billy Cameron, all of New Braunfels; two sisters, Patty Suppon of California and Linda Evans of Virginia; a brother. Terry Cameron of California; and eight grandchildren. Visitation will be from I pjn. today until 11:30 a .rn. Tuesday at Zoeller Funeral Home. Continued from Pag* IA The Texas Turnpike Authority funded the study and the Texas legislature passed a bill that established the Texas High Speed Rail Authority. Accident_ Continued from Pag* 1A Sherd Cs Department report, both Jar-din and Krogal were southbound on U.S. 281 when Jardin hied to make a left-hand turn onto FM 311 in her 1984 Chevrolet. The report states her vehicle collided with Krogal’s GMC van, which spun out of control and collided with Cieszynski’s 1985 Subaru, which was traveling northbound on U.S. 281. NATIVE TREES’ •Chinquapin Oak •Bur Oak ‘Live Oak •Cedar Elm‘Afghan Pine Locally Grown Delivered & Planted r -v, Conrad Schulze 625-7980 LlaTJj Evenings-629-4245 How egg-stravagant Diana Vollbrecht, left, of Vollbrecht’s Pharmacy, and Marian Benson of The Collection invite the public to participate in the Egg-stravaganza Downtown. After making a selection in one of approximately 20 participating downtown stores March 24 through April 7, open an egg at the register. That egg will contain a slip of paper offering an immediate discount on your purchase or a prize. The promotion is coordinated by the Downtown Association. (Photo by Erik Karlsson) % George files for reelection to school board By STEPHANIE FERGUSON New* Editor Comal Independent School District Trustee Clay “Spud” George is the third person to file for a position on the May 4 ballot. George was appointed in Dec. 1990 to the board to fill out the unexpired term of Carter Casteel, who was elected as county judge. George filed for reelection Friday for a one-year term. George, who previously was a board member from 1985 to 1988, works for Pedernales Electric Cooperative. Trustee Tom Potter and Board President Lee Heels have filed for three-year terms on the board. Trustee Larry Wenzel has announced he will not seek reelection. On the GSD trustee ballot are three positions open for three-year terms and one position open for a one-year term. The top four vote-getters in the at-large election will be elected to the Stammtisch Continued from Pag* IA Canyon High School. Cost is $25. Call 625-8081 or 625-8576. Mortgage burning The Sophienburg Memorial Association (dba Sophienburg Museum and Archives) will hold its annual meeting at the Sophienburg Museum Tuesday at 7 p.m. Members, friends and other inter ested citizens are invited to attend. There will be a mortgage burning and refreshments will be served. Immunization clinics The Comal County Health Department’s Immunizations Clinics now are on Tuesdays from 9 to 11 a.m. and I to 4 pjn. On most Tuesdays, two nurses will be available to administer vaccines. For more information, call 620-5595. board. Candidates must specify whether they will run for a three-year term or a one-year term. The deadline to file for a position on the board is 5 p.m. March 20. Persons interested in filing must be residents of the Comal ISD and must be registered voters. A candidate must name a campaign treasurer — who can be the candidate — before accepting any contributions or making any campaign expenditures. Persons can file for a place on the ballot al the GSD Business Office, 1420 U.S. 81 East in New Braunfels. For more information, call GSD Business Manager Abel Campos at 625-8081 or 885-7674. CARPET CLEANING ^imrs ammu en |$ SERVICES CMK Storing Nit Wi County Ant Slntt 1972 ' LIFE • HEALTH RETIFIEMENT PAPSUN INSURANCE 1 -(512)-438-7675 Amber You're welcome to come home. {We Love and Miss You.! >we Love Love W (Love Mom & Dad Thoughtful ^Planning “3rd Centra hon of Family Ownership'' FUNERAL HOME 615 LANDA    625-2349 Thoughtful planning, to benefit those we serve, produced our handsome, 10,000-square-foot facility and encouraged our successful growth. Located 615 Landa, out of "mainstream traffic," Zoeller Funeral Home presents to the community crisply-manicured lawns and hedges... and generous parking areas. 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