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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 5, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels 101 A A Ml Ml Ml Texas 78130 377880 512625 9144 707 Landa New Texas 78130 377 Friday April 1991 25 Cents One 14 Pages Stammtisch Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zcititng wishes happy birthday today to Jean Steven David Michelle Marie Alfred Suelynn Alejandro Christa Loliat Laura Connie Cathy Tay Lynda Jane Ronica Angeli Diane Orte Dan Derek Titn Jason Wohlfahrt and Geneva Best wishes Saturday lo Ramon Ismael Andrea Amber Mene Chris Valeska Benner and Brian Belated birthday greetings to Mandy and Megan Renee Happy anniversary today to Jose and Sylvia Esquivel Know or a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Street closings Closed until 6 today are Jackson Street from Live Oak to Hickory avenues and Chestnut and Mcsquite avenues from Highway 81 to Stonew all Street construction is under according to the city engi neers Rummage sale Peter and Paul School spring rummage sale and plant sale continues until 6 today at Marys Hall on the Hours are 8 to 3 Among the items for sale are are knickknacks and For more information call 6251519 or 6253233 days or 6356101 Home Tour A Birds Eye View is the theme of Saturdays Home staged to benefit the MidTexas Tickets priced at in advance and on Saturday may be purchased at Centex Office First Choice or China N Luncheon tickets at each and prize drawing tickets also arc on Tour maps will be Organizer Jan Kennady said Fri day the event will go on come rain or come Driving classes Senior Citizen Center will host an AARP 55 Alive defensive driving class April 24 and 25 from 15 at the 142 Coma Call 6291161 to make reser Reception planned District 4 City Council Member Eddie running for re invites the public to a meet the candidate reception Tuesday at at 632 River side Drive in Summerwood off Loop Call Golf tournament The New Braunfels Kiwanis Club Golf Tournament originally scheduled for March 16 has been rescheduled for 9 All proceeds from the tournament will benefit the Conial County Emergency Childrens The tournament is a fourperson scramble Area merchants are being asked 10 sponsor a golf hole during the tournament cost is and includes a sign at the awards and cosh See Page 2 Good Day New Hrauaiels received inches ot rain twlweea 7 Thursday and 7 with u leuiivraiuie oi W and an oveuijjhi low of 58 IOiccaMiMS say inoie rain is Kssi blc Foi tuoie weather uleibe see Insldu CLASSJREO 10 U DEAR RELIGIOUS TV S WEATHER i Twoinch rain falls on county By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News 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 Weve had people out since 4 oclock mis morning putting up barri said County Engineer Mac Emergency Medical Service per sonnel from New Braunfels Fire Department and BulverdeSpring Branch Volunteer Fire Department helped rescue a motorist this morning around when her vehicle was swept away by rushing water on Smithson Valley Rescue units responded to a call for a car that attempted to go over a lowwater Seniors stressing impact By JANINE GREEN Managing Editor As merchants and office managers tally daily receipts in coming they may be seeing Seeking to demonstrate how senior citizens influence the communitys members of the Comal County Senior Citizens Foundation will be distributing yellow coupons identifying their share of This is one way of showing the merchants and the professional people just the amount of business you receive from senior said Gene a fund drive committee The foundation is raising funds for the renovation of a new Seniors Center of Comal County on the site of an abandoned shopping center and health club at 655 Ianda Jere a volunteer recalled a major industry in a small Texas city paying all its workers in twodollar As those twodollar bills stacked up in cash registers all over he it became obvious just what effect that company had on that citys Since seniors dont share a the group formulated the coupon which reads Your business experience f am sure tells you that 59 percent of the taxes paid and goods and services pur chased in New Braunfels and Comal County are made by senior I am making purchases of goods or services from I hope this will encourage you to financially support the renovation of the new Senior Citizens Center at 655 Landa It is printed on bright yellow paper for visibility and provides a space for the individual customer to sign his Wed like to see restaur even doctors offices flooded with these said Doug another volunteer To fellow seniors he Now you have a You need to be con scientious about obtaining and using these The coupons are available at the current Senior Citizen Center at 142 Comal aad will be distributed at civic and service Or ihey can come by the new ter to pick them Burr noting ilut would give interested senior ciii icm i dunce to see progress being nude on renovation and to shop in the comers Thrift already in business ai the tear of ihe Weie all new ui were all iuiuleius at Rowe All funds raised are tax deducti and all the people out there uying to raise them are Bun with 100 percent of the money liiUcvt going directly to the lenovaiioii Most of themoney will be iLsed foi building uuuenals because volunteer labor is used so the klcat extent in the wishing 10 uiuuc a pledge to the foundations drive may addiess concspondeiice o Fund Comal County Citizens Box New Texas Checks should bo pay able 10 Jie The attempt was made prior to warning signs being put out indi cating high said John Her New Braunfels Fire Herber said Mary in her was swept off the cross ing on Smithson Valley Road about 200 yards from the river Rescuers found her sitting on the roof of her car about 10 yards from the EMS technicians said she suffered no visible Other areas of the county from high water this morning as rains poured over Comal In New Braunfels the National Weather Ser vice reported inches of rain The Corp of Engineers at Canyon Lake reported inches Portions of Smithson Valley Herberline Krueser Lane at Wald FM FM and Obst Road were still closed as of this Weve got some water over Hueco Springs McCoy McCoy said people living in the Schocnthal Ranch area were unable to get out on Schocnthal Rond early this River Road and Bulverde Road were closed for some but opened back up this Road department crews also were in route to a tree lying across the road next to the Bracken Volunteer Fire Department in Bracken this City of New Braunfels road crews were barricading low water crossings at Live Oak Wald Road and the Guadalupe River crossing at A portion of Unicom Drive Puddles of water form on the construction site of Comal iSOs school at the junction o highways fy joe Police Chief Dick Headen locks over the marijuana ind orocerry ecavered Thursday Phuio ay Stephanie Ferguson Small crop of marijuana confiscated 3y STEPHANIE F5SGUSOAI Editor A local accountant and her hus band are out of jail on bond today after authorities harvested and con fiscated marijuana resi Raymond and Don niece arrested ind ermriej1 of marijuana over under rive Bond was set on each charge at by Pnxinot Justice of Lhe Peace Doc They were released from the Com al County Jail Officers fromihe New Braun fels Police Department and ihe Comal County Sheriffs Office arrested the pair at their residence in the Hunter Hills Subdivision iter executing a search warrant The couple was arrested without said an under cover narcotics Police found three patches at marijuana plants urovvmg near the The plants were about in Officers also confiscated some lackageti drug para several rifles and hand guns and about iiHH in It was aid Now Braunfels Chief Dick Headen about the ilo wiil pursue the agai of seizing IIG usseis ine Xjepens f they JTOVOII leaden said ii appear me vcrc nwuij maujuana or major iar 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