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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 21, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Wednesday, September 21,1i63 UA WeatherHaraM-Z'ltimf ANew Braunfels’ (bab Won. County Fair Events Calendar Wednesday • 6 p.m. — Deadline for turning in exhibits in agriculture, handiwork, heirloom and antiques, baking, canning and preserving, clothing and arts and crafts. — Family night at carnival. 6:30 p.m.— Deadline for floral entries (except for cut flowers). — "Night in Old New Braunfels," Modem Dance Band, dance contest, Comal Corral. — Judging, baking division. 7 p.m. — Deadline for rabbit entries. — Judging, agriculture division. 8 p.m. — Introduction of Comal County Fair Queen and Court, Comal Corral. 9 p.m.— Deadline for poultry division entries. Thursday 7-8:30*— Arrival of cut flowers in floral division. 8 a.m. — Judging, poultry division. 8:30 a.m. — Judging, floral division. 9 a.m.— Judging, canning and preserving division. — Judging, clothing division. 10 a.m. — Fairgrounds open to public. Noon-6 p.m.— Arrival of livestock entries (excluding pig futurity). I -9 p.m. — Poultry exhibit open to public. 8 p.m.-midnight— Dance, Comal Corral. Music by The Abbey. 8 p.m.— Crowning and introduction of Rodeo Queen and Court, Comal Corral. — Judging, market hogs (animals must be removed by 10 a.m. Friday). Friday 9:30 a m.— Children's Pet Parade, W. San Antonio St. 10 a m.— Comal County Fair Parade. — Fairgrounds open to public. — Judging, hay show division. Noon-9 p.m.— Poultry exhibit open to public. I p.m.— Judging, breeding sheep and goats, followed by market lambs, livestock barn. — Music by high school bands, Comal Corral. 8 p.m.— Rodeo, fair rodeo arena and Dutchman Downs. 8 p.m.-midnight— Dance, Comal Corral. Music by Mogan David and the Grapes of Wrath. Saturday 8 a.m. — Fairgrounds open to public. — Judging, breeding cattle, followed by market steer judging, livestock barn. IO a.m.-9 p.m.— Poultry exhibit open to public. — Horse races, Dutchman Downs. 1-4 p.m.— Dance music by The Country Shadows, Comal Corral. 5 p.m.— Judging, jackpot pig futurity, livestock barn. 8 p.m. — Rodeo, rodeo arena and Dutchman Downs. 9 p.m.-l a.m. - Dance, Comal Corral. Music by The Kenny Dale Show, featuring Shiloh. Sunday 10 a.m. - Fairgrounds open to public. — All exhibits open to public. I p.m.— Ole Fiddlers' contest, Comal Corral. — Horse races, Dutchman Downs. 8 p.m. - Dance, Comal Corral. Local firm gets highway project bid The Dean Word Co. of New Braunfels has submitted the low bld on improvements to State Highway 123 at FN 477 and Meadow Lake Dr. intersections. Walter Elders, Seguing resident engineer for the Texas Department of Highways and Public Transportation, said the highway commission will meet later this month to officially award the contract. Word's bid of $86,992 was low on the totem pole, compared to Wagner and Sons of San Antonio, and W.A. Hollub Co. of Seguin. The project will provide two 12-foot travel lanes and a 12-foot left turn lane on Highway 123 and at FM 477 (which will also he widened at the intersection). At Meadow Lake Drive, improvements will be made an the turn lane and shoulders. The new construction, proposed to begin in three to six weeks, was requested by the Highway Department as a safety measure. Numerous accidents and fatalities have qualified the work ai a priority project. Local temperatures Tuesday’s high was 90 degress. The overnight low was a record SO degrees. The high today should be in the low-7Qs. Lake level Canyon Lake dropped four-hundredths of a foot Tuesday, with measurements at 904.74 feet above sea level today. Texas A Canadian cold front that roared across Texas, accompanied by gusty winds and thunderstorms, sent the mercury plunging to record lows from Amarillo to Brownsville at dawn today. Records were set or tied at Amarillo, Dallas-Fort Worth, Lubbock, San Angelo, Wichita Falls, Austin and Brownsville. One low temperature shattered a previous low dating bade before the turn of the century and several dated back to the closing days of World War I. Amarillo shivered under below-freezing temperatures when the mercury dipped to 31 at 6:30 a.m., tweaking a record of 39 set in 1965. It was barely above freezing at Lubbock where a dawn reading of 33 broke a 1918 record of 42 degrees. Wichita Falls recorded 38, breaking a 1942 record of 48. It was 45 at Dallas-Fort Worth, shattering a record of 48 set in 1918. San Angelo’s 47 edged out a record 49 set in 1971. The 53-degree mark at Austin was one degree colder than the previous record low recorded in 1942. At Brownsville, the mercury dipped to 60, making today the coldest Sept. 21 on record since 1897. Scattered thundershowers and cloudy skies lingered over portions of South and East Texas in the wake of the Canadian cold front that passed through the state. The remainder of the state reported clear skies and cool temperatures. Pre-dawn temperatures dropped to the 30s and 40s over West Texas, while readings in the 50s and 60s were the rule across tbs rest of Texas. The Nation A front that quick-frose the northern Rockies with an early Mast of wintry temperatures pushed east today, tailgating a line of storms and heralding a season change for the sweltering Atlantic Coast as it shoved record summer heat out to aes. Westerners donned their parkas today as record lows again chilled the Rockies and northern Plains. 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