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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Lions share New Texas August PageS Friends for Rivers An education on the river New Braunfels children Rebecca Allen and Javier Lagunas got to attend the Texas Lions Camp for Handicapped Children at Kerrville this Approximately children attended the camp at no charge thanks to Lions clubs and outside The new tax laws have hurt the which had to turn away campers this The New Braunfels Noon Lions Club was the first in the state to start a program to help the camp through its Pictured are Noon Lions president John Turman and Ron director of development and public relations at the Photo by Deryl You just cant spend enough time on that We talked about educating the landowner about close proximity use of insecticides and how that affects our We have talked about Volunteer Youth Litter Patrol and the Adopta CountyRoad Rendezvous with Rub bish litter control we will discuss education needs for the visitor who uses the bottles and styrofoam are the biggest litter Not only the litter but also the need for more and the collection of all this As a river outfitter and president of the local association of river outfit Betty Walls has encouraged other outfitters to join Friends for Rivers in these cleanup Reputable outfitters are conscious of the litter created by recreationists who rent the equipment and use the Most outfitters provide litter For the most most visitors dont Intend to although some the problem is the unexpected Over they go and their which they keep neatly in their goes over with them as they take that cold dip in the mighty currents of the If there were more trash recep tacles placed where folks could deposit their trash more they wouldnt have so much in their boat to lose when they do go for an unexpected Friends for Rivers hopes to be able to fund more trash cans and also pay for the collection of those Anyone out there in the trash can we need your Toomey Sanitation has been most generous in assisting us with trash pickup on these cleanup efforts We want to thank all Brief hints fof recreational boaters Always tie your valuables One mans loss is another mans Frequent spills while boating provide for a wealth of fortune under Diving for lost treasure is always on the rise after a big holiday Be prepared tie things you dont want to lose Provide a safe latch for your car The local locksmith is the busiest and maybe the wealthiest man in be prepared to handle your Place empty cans back in your ice chest or tie your trash bag to your raft or Empty trash Wurst meals Please dont bring glass to the First of there is a city ordinance against glass containers on our rivers and lakes and its just not Too many people have suffered cuts and damage to equipment because of the carelessness of The other problem we have is Those tiny particles of styrofoam takes years and years to disintegrate if they ever do and they are so unsightly hovering on the water like use anything but If we could eliminate glass and that would be half our battle against Please When you encounter someone who may not be aware of the potential just remind him tactfully usually a person is glad to have been enlightened and cant believe how thoughtless he almost Suggestions offered in real concern usually are well received and the reaction can have a ripple Try be a work together for the future of our Friends or Rivers is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the preser vation of area Prison inmate other still missing Al Two prison inmates escaped las week pro bably were working on the grounds of the Texas Department of Corrections Cofiield Init when they made their prison officials One of the Danny Lambert was recaptured Monday in Bossier La but the second re mained at large was serving a life sentence or rapes and a charge of indecency with a child in Dallas said Charles TDC spokesman Still missing is Phillip serving a life sentence or a Williamson County conviction o ag gravated assult with a deadly Brown said the truck the two used to escape belonged to a one of the he said Brown said he didnt know if the back gate was or if the two in mates broke through it with the truck Authorities said a man matching Lamberts description was involved in separate incidents A man put a knife to the throat of an 11yearold boy and forced him out of a parked car in said dispatcher Daryl Ferguson of the Gregg County Sheriffs Department 1987 Texas Junior Miss Kayse Kendall and Junior Miss state chairman Larry Phillips ac cept a S200 check from Wurstfest President Clinton Brandt to help feed the contestants in the 1987 Texas Junior Miss program in the New Braunfels Civic Center Photo by Deryl Get it oM your In daily on the Opinions Page in the HvraldZtitunj 4 The brand that fits your family ENTIRE STOCK BOYS JEANS All their favorites m prewashed and stonewashed cotton denim with zipper front ana five pocket SALE Students 25 SALE GIRLS LONDON RIDER II JEANS Branded the leans thai 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