New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 13, 1987, Page 10

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 13, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Santa Claus with quite a few of his friends arrived in Sattier Saturday during the annual parade Above left members of the Canyon Lake Pnot Club from left Lois Butler Mary Collins and Marian S hmidt take a ride in their t ear y Christmas boat boat Above right Santa greets a Va youngsters along’ne rouV At left members of the A /atar Shrine Temple in San Antonio carr* the si* flags of Te*as (Photos by Der>t Clarkti FRUSTRATION AND FEAR In today s world frustration and fear plague our life as never before Don't despair-there is an answer' Come and experience GOD'S ANSWER!! you are invited to worship and fellowship w.th the Presbyterian Church in America Sunday nights. 7 p.m. Tho Community Room. Laura! Plaza Apts. 300 Laura! Lana 625 6326 or 629-4222Woman pinned beneath car in creek rescued SAN ANTONIO AP \ woman woman pinned beneath her overturn ed car in a creek struggled to keep her head above water tor more than two hours before she was rescued bv her husband and friends She was screaming for help Mike Beclue 20. said after rescuing his wife Friday ^he heard me and yelled Mike' A quarter of the car was under water "I was holding her head above the water he said I was telling her that EMS was on the I wanted her to know that everything was going to be all right Beclue said he began searching for his wife Juiie Garrett IO when she didn't show up her work I got worried when they said she wasn't there Beclue said I >aw that two of the post* had been knock ed down next to the creek cross mg '■ Johnny Garza a family friend, helped comfort the shaking woman while Garrett s stepladder Hector Cordova, drove for help ‘We tried to lift the tar but couldn't get it Beclue said We were in the water too Garrett’s right arm was trapped beneath the crumpled IOTT Oldsmobile Cutlass until officials were able to raise the car with a tow truck an hour after she was found police said Garrett was listed in serious cond! Hon at Brooke Army Medical Center early Saturday She wax in the water .«long time Beclue said She was shaking she could have made it for another hour or two She s a strong woman Patrolman David Torres said the cashier apparently was trying to close the passenger side car d<«or when her westbound >edan ran off the left side of the two lane road When >he trust to close the door she jerked the w heel he said The* car plunged to the- bottom of the jo foot ravine and came lo a rest upside dow n Torres said >t*e s lui k> to Im- alive he said Her arm was pinned t*-iw****n tht car and a rock on the bottom of th* creek She was in the water Beclue said the couple have two thildren Haven I andKrvstal ( The Oaks The Staff wishes to express their whole hearted thanks to friends and clients who have supported us in our first year of business. Without your support we would have never gone this far, again many thanks to the people that made it possible Sincerely, The Team of Crisms Salon and Boutique 625 1152 EDWARDS UNDERGROUNDWATER DISTRICT PUBLIC MEETINGS The board of directors of the Edwards Underground Water District will hold five (5) public meetings on the Proposed Draught Management Plan for the purpose of protecting the Edwards Aquafier during periods of draught conditions. These meetings will be held at 7 p.m. at the following locations. Bet 16-COM AL COUNTY    !>«*< 17-MEDINA COUNTY PUBLIC MUTING    Pl    HIK    MILTING New Braunfels Civic    Hondo High School Center Auditorium    Audiovisual Room 380 S Seguin Ave    2603 Avenue h New Braunfels    Hondo J«n b-Ul Al DI COUNTY PUHI It MI I TING Uvalde Civic Center Reading Room 300 E Main Uvalde Jan 7-HAYS COUNTY PUBLIC MLI TING University Savings 308 W Hopkins San Marcos Jan 13— HI XAK ( GUNTY PUHI IC MLI TING Hemisphere Convention Center VIP Room 201 L Market at S Alamo San Antonio ALL INTERESTED PERSONS ARE INVITED TO ATTEND FOR MORE INFO CALL 222-2204 IN SAN ANTONIO Executive Banc 555 LH. 35 New Braunfels. Texas WI .J* •' \,V-- a* r > J O Off ON ALL GOLD & SILVER JEWELRY! We Have INCREASED Our Inventory of Chains. Bezels. Bracelets and Rings for Christmas Come In And See Our Gold & Silver Coins Featuring: * I ’'A .t •; iv ^ 4 ^ * American Eagle Canadian Maple Leaf Australian Nugget Singapore Pandas Rabbits and Tigers Gold & Silver Christmas Wafers And Many More'Sour economy, bigger demands, competition create toy shortage SAN ANTON IO < AP)    There may not be enough Christmas gifts for children in shelters and public housing projects in San Antonio because residents are not answering pleas for donations, representatives of volunteer groups say The sour Texas economy is to blame for at least a portion of the problem, officials say They say pee pie are not able to respond with as much as in past years and more families are in need this year One of the city's most successful gift giving projects the Elf louise program, is estimating that it will provide toys for only 5.000 families this year. about 2..iou less than last Christmas City Councilwoman Maria Ber nozabal. who is try mg to collect toys and food basket contributions for about 4uo poor children up to 12 years old. told the San Antonio Light Fri day she also is having trouble with her drive “It seems that the need is greater than ever w hile resources are shrink mg " she said Berriozabal said she contacted the Toys for Tots campaign sponsored by the local Marines but was told it also was looking for toys Elf louise spokeswoman Eave Borroum said her group is facing the same problem “We're worried about the economy and we're out of toys ' Borroum said “The requests are greater this year than e\ cr before We re hearing from families who ve said the> have never had to call us before The proliferation of other pro grams seekings to distribute Christmas gifts is also cutting into the Elf louise market she saidATTENTION    .    , uf FARMERS & RANCHERS |£gSj AND ALL PETROLEUM CUSTOMERSMidtex Oil, Inc. is stillYour locally owned Texaco & Phillips 66 Petroleum Distributors__ In a continuing effort to serve our valued customers (some tor over 21 years* we are committed to providing Quality products and service at fair and competitive prices "We sincerely appreciate your Patronage" Offices and warehouse conveniently located at 1516 Wald Rd * N B 6?5-4214SA 658-67:6 Welcome to town ;

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