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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 10, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Safaris choice Scheele selected for Wyoming wildlife program New Braunfels Friday May Brian a Junior at New Braunfels has been chosen to participate in the Safari Club In ternational program this The son of and James 40 Bob ne s one of four San Antonioarea students who will participate in the He is also the fourth New Braunfels High student to be selected in the past four The twoweek Safari Club program includes students from around the The which is funded by the is designed to recognize young adults who have demonstrated a high degree of interest and respect for the The Wyomingbased program provides training in wildlife ecology and management and wilderness sur To be a students must be a sophomore or a Junior in high demonstrate an interest in wildlife have satisfactory demonstrate ability to work and communicate with compose a 500word statement and have letters of In participants are competing for a scholarship of at least for the college or university of their It offers an unusual opportunity for our students and our students have done very well in the school vice principal John Phelan County inmate caught after escape An 18yearold New Braunfels man whose escape from the Comal County Jail last week only lasted four is still in custody today under Pete Rodriguez of 1911 Lawn Terrace was apprehended by Police Officer Spencer Gremmer in the area of East and South streets early Saturday The man had bolted from the minimum security building at the Courthouse about ran through the booking and out the Jailer Clyde Jacobs chased Rodriguez about three but then lost Gremmer was answering a prowler call on Veramendi Street when he spotted Rodriguez and arrested Rodriguez was initially arrested on April 27 for unlawfully carrying a weapon a Honors due CISD students for aptitude test scores Twenty seventhgraders at Canyon Middle School recently took the Scholastic Aptitude Test as part of Duke Universitys nationwide scholastic talen search As a David Barranco has received an Invitation to North Carolina on May 18 for the grand recognition ceremony at Duke His parents are and John Barranco of Garden Keep an ear to the ground on local eventa in the Four other CMS students scored high enough to receive state level recognition at ceremonies set for June 8 at Trinity Traveling to San Antonio on June 8 will be Chris son of and Arthur Boyer Daniel son of and Neil Craigmile Jill daughter of and Mauro Qarza and Austin son of and Stephen Mountain Valley sets field days The last few weeks of school promise to be real field days for students at Mountain Valley Those in grades two through five will have their field day on Wed when they will participate in the arm standing broad shuttle sack and the 100and 200yard Fourth and fifth grade students will also participate in the softball and the 440yard Younger children in kindergarten and first grade will have a field day on May when they will compete in eventa like the 50yard sack threelegged and a popaballoon They will also get to eat lunch as well as others who bring a picnic lunch on their designated field seventhand eighthgraders will have their field day on May with track and field events in the morning and academic events in the Students will compete by advisory in social math and spelling They will be mitted to change into shorts for the outdoor and ribbons will be awarded to the Mothers Day Gift Sale Free Mothers Day Gift Wrap Pants ZIP UP SLIM DOWN Introducing TUMMY rev olutionary concept from Each fashionable TUMMY pant Ingenenloujly feature a special Lycra front pant that comfortably flattens your tummy and waist without binding and The panel also keep pleats in giving you a slimmer appearance in styles you never dreamed of Slip Into a ptlr of TUMMY and watch tummy disappear In a zip 1411 10018 JACOB SCHMIDT Smiling Serivce 193 San Antonio Outstanding students Elks Lodge 2279 held its Youth Recognition Banquet this and two students from each local high school were honored as Teen agers of the From the participants included Hilmar past exalted ruler Matt Severance and Wanda DERYL Smithson Valley Brian Barganier and Jeannine Canyon exalted ruler Carolyn New Braunfels Joe youth activities chairman and Scott New Students and their parents were guests at the Calendar of Events Government Comal ISD board awarding of bids for Bulverde Elementary 5 Central Organizations Boy Scout Troop 387 mini rummage 9 to 5 Paul Lutheran fellowship New Braunfels Music Study Club Seele Parish Community Service Center Family 11 to 5 Eagles If you would like to announce Deadline for Tuesday through your groups activities in the Friday editions is 5 the day call us at 6259144 or before Deadline for send us a notice to Drawer Sunday editions is New proms set this weekend Juniors and seniors at Smithson Valley and Canyon high schools will mark the end of the school year with prom nights this The Smithson Valley affair will be from 8 to midnight Friday at the Civic The theme will be Stairway to with music provided by The Canyon High juniors and seniors will dance to the music of The Boys from 8 to midnight into the central portions on Saturday Partly elauclv east on Saturday Lows tonight lower 70s to middle Highs Saturday low 90s 10 mid 80s Wast TaxasPanly cloudy tonight wiih widely scattered some possibly severe this evening Becoming air a little cooler panhandle and far west Saturday Lows toniQht uper 50s north and mountains to near 70 Highs Saturday mid 80s Panhandle and far west ranging to mid 90s southeast and near 100 Bin Henri valleys DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Pinyon Fifth Cart Schurz Texas South Texas Partly warm and humid through Saturday Widely scattered thunderstorms extreme west becoming more numerous northwest Saturday Highs Saturday low and rniri 90s south and west to the low 80s along the upper Lows tonight mostly low and mid Port Atthur to Port OConnor Southeast to south winds 1 5 to 20 knots tonight and 20 to 2G knots Saturday Seas4to6leet Port OConnor to BrownsvilleSoutheast winds 20 to 25 knots tonight and Saturday Seas S to 7 toet Small crutt should exercise aullon Extended forecasts Sunday Tuasduy Widely tiraitered showots and thun Jarsiurma were foment today lor Want Texas as a ridge of high pressure moved eastward ahead of u developing trough of low pressure oyttr New MIIXICD Forucastiirs say ihc showers Jnn thun darsforms should spread eastward tomghl imn western ot North Central ItixiiB They warn that litjmo of the ahowers and thunderstorms may niach severe levels in Mm Panhandle Skies waie lu he clear to partly cloudy over lilt rcrtsl ot HIM slitie tonight and Saturday Hlghe weiu to Do in ilia BOij and 90s today ranging upward to ti warm as near 102 in the Big Band area of Southwest Lows ionium will Da in Hit 60s in the Panhandle and tiOs and 70s Hirjhii Saturday will again tin in the 806 and An area showum and thunderstorms oxitinilml tin wn rom tut uablum Piinhiindlii llmHiQh ihti South ui u Edwauiti PlalUfiu Tho tjhowufii n uJ thundtifatoffiiK wuiu slowly diSbipatiiiQ d cJuvulDpinij laiw Th riiyhl NOW MttKICD wtirtt Qontiiiilly tihoi Skttib AHiu jiiittty HIM iiititi Eddy Mioimntj iu tiUti dnd txiiti Rainfall arn one third ot an m cloudy over ihu npeiaiures JUI et it IS si ot the i at nuti Hinged Iron longviaw to 77 ill Paso Other early morning temperatures around tho stale included at ti4 at Wichita U7 dt Dallas hut 10 at WiUO and Il at tjf dt 74 at Ur3 ai Luhhock and at Midland Texas forecasts TEXAS Chance ol from hu west Tuesday mghb fanning tiom the mid BOs to the lower 90s LOWS in the mid to upper BOs SOUTH TbXAS Conbideiahle late tmjhi and morning low otherwise partly cloudy and humid with warm to not days and mild nights Chance ot showers or thun dershowers Tuesday Afternoon in thu 80s and 90s Sunday and Monday in the 80s to near 90 Tuesday OvHinight lows in the 60s anil 70s WEST TEXAS Partly cloudy and little tompeiature change Sunday through Tuesday Chance ot thunderstorms north Sunday Manhandle lows mid t0s Highs near HO South Plains lows upper Highs m the 80s Permian Basin and Cnnchu Valley lows in the Highs upper far west laws Sunday low dOt cooling py Tuesday to upper Highs mid Big Bend legion lows in the mountains to near 70 lowlands highs near 90 mountains to near 100 Big Hend valleys North Texas Suilluiml ihunderstoims moving into the wubfern sections tonight and Brought To You MBankNew Braunfels A Momentum Bank Box 961 Mean New Texta 78130 Memtsei MCorp HPflDIand FDIC Is It Time To Get Herald Check Our classifieds 6259144
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