New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 5, 1991

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 05, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 5, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels Vol. 139, No. 101 707 Landa St., New Braunfels, Texas 78130 (USPS 377 880) 512 825 9144Friday April 5, 1991 25 Ge^ts Oe Section « 4 p^s Coming SundayBest wishes The New Braunfels Herald* Zeilung wishes "happy birthday" today to Jean Dorbandt, Steven David Gomez, Michelle Marie Gonzeles, Alfred Wehe, Suelynn Vargas, Alejandro Rodriguez, Christa Olvera, Loliat Bird, l^ura Scott, Connie Baeza, Cathy Taylor, Lynda Douglas, Jane Wade, Ronica Urias, Angeli Diane Ortega, Dan Cunningham, Derek Timmerman, Jason Wohlfahrt and Geneva Rosales. Best wishes Saturday to Ramon Castilleja, Ismael Gonzales Jr., Andrea Villanueva. Amber Medley, Chris Kelly, Valeska Benner and Brian I ickerman Belated birthday greetings to Mandy Frben and Megan Renee Gonzalez. "Happy anniversary” today to Jose ami Sylvia Fsquivel Jr. Know of a birthday or anniversary? Give our receptionist a call the day before at 625-9144 we’d like to share in the greetingsStreet closings Closed until 6 p m today are Jackson Street from Live Oak to Hickory avenues and IhKkberrry, Chestnut and Mesquite avenues from U S Highway Kl to Stonew all Street. Street construction is under way, according to the city engineer’s office.Rummage sale Sts. Peter and Paul School spring rummage sale and plant sale continues until 6 p m, today at St. Mary’s Hall on the campus. Hours arc K a.rn. to 3 p m Saturday. Among the items brr Ville arc arc clothes, furniture, appliances, toys, housewares, knickknacks and plants. For more information call 625-1519 or 625-3233 days or 635 6101 eveningsHome Tour “A Bird's F.ye View” is the theme of Saturday’s Home Tour, staged to benefit the Mid Texas Symphony Tickets priced at $10 in advance and $12 on Saturday may be purchased at ( entex Office Supply, I irsi Choice or China N‘ Hungs I lim benn tickets at $5 car li and prize drawing tickets also are on sale I our map* will be available Organizer Jan Kennady said Tri day the event will go on "come rain or conic shine ’’Driving classes Senior Ciii/en Center will host an AARP "55 Alive” defensive driving class April 24 ami 25 from I 5 p m. at the center, 142 Comal Ave. Call 629 I 161 to make rover vationsReception planned District 4 City Council Member Fddic Temple, running for reelection, invites the public to a “meet the candidate” recepuon Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at 632 Riverside Drive in Sunimerwood off Loop 337. Call 625-8137.Golf tournament * The New Braunfels Kiwams Club Golf Tournament originally scheduled for March 16 has been rescheduled for 9 ani. Saturday. All proceeds from the tournament will benefit the Comal County Emergency Children’s Sheller. The tournament is a four-person scramble formant Aiea merchants are beuig asked lo sponsor a golf hole during the tournament; cost is SKX) and include* a ugli at the hole, UC kelt, awards arui cosh Sea SI AMM I ISCH,    2 __I New Hi aludels received 2.2 ’ niches ol ram between 7 pm thursday and I a m today, with a high temperature of 79 degrees and an overnight low of 58 recorded. 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Animi igiun mosey slot SALE > now Mg eixoiscuxms Wxu solely on X ama UUU s lusniou on re tMOp-.’sir to rune and Hun > Un or uo aa waste ti J ic Stir cot i cs i» "ok ut i'tai**. ‘ ’his ig .ai .v»uc Olar ditcou.ro tUo C lear rn iud rn Cly, ‘ k md. frotn J IC 'CIV Xguutuig we aul Coca r iXlsC ‘.arruldtUC (kHaUOrr* Would X viewed by '/U’fc rn retry on dx • ei>a ai lieu alength it o^rc*uig x I or.tlge .vtnut, ’ In Vialed vet. one lied written vat U or (rout IX C ar Kiter aa. ■> OH LIX issue n wixuxr Ux lanai ge Co*p. ‘HH t-JaDDWSs#., ’ Ay* 2StammtischGood Day •When 9-year NHI Jeremy F>sne» <omi> the April 15 Walk America fo* the MarchotDimes.be ipprodch the task with detenmnaoon tost as ’he Gov horn with spina t>boa tack (es sc*xk)i lite and physical education classes Jeieniy s spirit will be esikoieo in Sui xray s New &tduniv*t> wtdkj' ZmtuHQ '•New Bi ac'ileis native Minutia Angel! cloyne is con ling nome to intioouce bai new cxx)k on f e< Ut'land Lmofknm ai In preparation’o* the April 14 book signing, learn more about dotho< and sub lectSurxJay Seniors Small crop of marijuana confiscated Iv niFPnSWlF PFRfU LV5M !•**« irdHrw * neat tccot infant tnt! ier i asana iTT out 4 ail 'n v»rx1 via* iller unhonties iarv«*sie<l .intl ron-i'l'.iU'd ti .in :uan.i a ie:r -psi-lence “hunwiav Ravmorwt Kienerr. 4V .aul ^Mincer Cii'Tvrr. 'a cere* urestcxt md :hargetl v*th os.vowion of nonman* 'v.*r » meet, jutes out Hounds iond was set n each ca.trrte at SIO.(MY) bv Yecinct I .suet* of he !Jracc R.G, "Vic -:aru'bar.I Thev were released from the ('amit Conntv Jail Thursday Offu-fes from the Vex Rrmm-feN ojire Vnarrment od e Cunni Coiintv Shenir\- ( MTirr iiTT'cieil the T'air at their n'suk’nee n he Hunter HIH# SnNlivKum titer executing a search wirrant sere 'He >uinte wet ..rrestotl vithoot rn'ntent. said an .nder-nver '.urenics officer "rlice Hind tnrre alines oi unuuiu plants growing near me lenience. He mams were c:x)ut 'A eel in height. »tfirers also c.iniiscatcu s* >nie ack aget! am uana. rug ; aa bemar u. -verai rules ti id ii. mu un# ana atxiui a-WM I in cosh. ft as i gun team. nu New Iraunfcis ’©nee blet ’JR. Dick’ ’ touch anoui me oust. Ie sala he wui juisuc me a gat nanners ut ecemg inc sec* .. ie Cicneris f lev e uvea univ leaden >aru • vain appcia me cijperts ere rowing i ai* -. a or t utgir lusumuuuu. As i or ta I vauy t x*ie won *x* m univ v»ut vuu an ax ueu carers luwuix leut-civcs. teauen aru. If x*> .row i neirocivcg hey ut jl ,iuug ny ins *mu mg >r a uctua; s vj leu uu outturn .any or veal u u-'ixwncrc aru tlrcy tq* ii ,v\*d luuuus .a a tune. ’ Two-inch rain falls on county By STEPHANIE FERGUSON New* Editor Widespread thunderstorms dumped more than two inches of rain in Comal County overnight leaving a number of motorists stranded this morning as streets and low water crossings closed because of rising water. "We’ve had people out since 4 o’clock this morning putting up barricades,” said County Engineer Mac McCoy. Emergency Medical Service personnel from New Braunfels Eire Department and Bulverde Spring Branch Volunteer Fire Department helped rescue a motorist this morning around 2:TO a rn. when her vehicle was swept away by rushing water on Smithson Valley Road "Rescue units responded to a mutual aid call for a car that attempted to go over a low-water crossing. The attempt was made prior to warning signs being put out (indicating high water),” said Lt. John Her ber, New Braunfels Fire Department. Herber said Mary S. Saunders, in her vehicle, was swept off the cross ing on Smithson Valley Road about 200 yards from the river bank Rescuers found ber sitting on the roof of her car about IO yards from the bridge. EMS technicians <;aid she suffered no visible injuries. Other areas of the county suffered from high water this rooming as rains poured over Comal County fn New Braunfels the National Weather Ser vice reported 2.27 inches of rain fell The U S Corp of Engineers at Canyon lake reported 4 76 inches fell. Portions of Smithson Valley Road, Herherline Road. Krneeer lane at Wald Road, FM 1863, FV (OOO, arid Obst Road were still closed as of 8:30 this morning. "We’ve got some water over Hueco Springs Road.’’ McCoy said McCoy said people living rn the Schoentha! Ranch area were unable to get out on Schoenthal Road early this morning. River Road and Bulverde Rond were closed for some time but opened back up this morning. Road department crews also were rn route to a tree lying across :he road nett to the Bracken Volunteer Fire Department rn Bracken 'his morning. City of New Braunfels road crews were barricading mw water crossings at I ive Oak Avenue Wald Road md the Guadalupe River crossing it Oruene A non ion of Unicom Drive Ins 1>A*N 3v}# J P Kirilov Of wqtpr ‘arm on the constr#N'Or sift* af Com# SO s ^ school at tho tine‘loo of nl^hwpvs IR md 2A1 P*VM>0 -oz    TjNWI stressing ‘impact’ By JANINE GREEN Managing Editor As merchants arx! office managers tally daily receipts in coming weeks, they may be sering yellow. Seeking to demonstrate how senior citizens influence the community’s economy, members of the Comal County Senior Citizens’ Foundation will he distributing yellow "coupons” identifying their share of trade. "This is one way of showing the merchants and the professional people just the amount of business you receive from senior citizens,” said Gene Burr, a fund drive committee member The foundation is raising funds for the renovation of a new Seniors’ Center of C omal County on the site of an abandoned shopping center and health club at 655 f anda Street Jere Dial, a volunteer fund raiser, recalled a major industry in a small Texas city paying all its workers in two rlollar hills "As those two dollar hills stacked up in cash registers all over town,” he said, "it became obvious just what effect that company hart on that city’s economy." Since senifrrs flon’t share a payday, the group formulated the coupon which reads; “Your business experience I am sure tells you that 59 percent of the taxes paid arid grinds and servw e,s pur chased in New Braunfels and f omal County are made by ‘senior citizens “I am making purchases of goods or services from you I hope this will encourage you to financially support the renovation of the new Senior Citizens Center' at 655 I-anda Street. “Thanks.” It is printed on bright yellow papcr for visibility and provides a space for the individual customer to sign his name. “We’d like U) see stores, restaurants, even dtxtors offices flooded with these things, ’ 'aid Doug Rowe, another volunteer fund-raiser To fellow x(nuts he says, "Now you have a role You need to ae conscientious about awanting aixi asuig these slips.' The coupons are asoiUote ai ux current Senior Citizen Ceiuei ai 42 Comal Ave. and will be distributed ai civ ic and sera ice clubs. "Oi they can came by the new center to pick them up,' Burr void, ixxuig ti wu would give noel eased scum* ciu /ens a chance ta “see ptogic'As be mg nude ’ on renovation and to shop ii dx center s Thrift Shop, already a bosnx&:> at dx* tear of the building. “We’re all new at dux we’re ah amateurs at fund raising," Rowe said. “All funds raised arc nu Ucduu hie. and all the people out the ic uying to raise them are volunteers,” Burt mid, with SIX) percent of the money raised going directly to the renovation project Most of the money will be used for building materials because volunteer labor is used to the fullest extent in the project. kVisons wishing to doiuuc oi luke a pledge to the four alai ion’s flux! drive may address coriespondeixe to Fund Drive, Comal County Senior Citizens’ Foundation, B.O. Hoc ll 2085, New Braunfels, Texas /8l$l 20fc5. Checks should tx payable to the foundation. Ponce Chief C R ‘Dick ’ Header locks over the narijuara md :rooefTv Beavered ^Lrsoav I’buto iv Steer ane Ferguson) ;

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