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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 18, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas o t New Braunfels 109 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377880 5126259144 Thursday April 1991 25 Cents 1 One 12 Pages Stammtisch Best wishes The New Braunfels Ilerald Zeitung wishes happy birthday today to Anna Lcroy Scibcrt Stepcn Eli zabeth Nora David Hcrrcra Ramiro Espino za and Perfecto Belated birthday greetings to Robert Branden Voigt and Guadalupe Happy anniversary today to Mike and Myra Ruth Garrett and and Antonio Know of a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Project Graduation There will be a very important Project Graduation meeting for all parents of juniors and seniors at 7 today in the Commons of Canyon High Even those who havent attended past meet and especially the parents of are encouraged to said Paula Street closings City of New Braunfels street crews will be repairing streets from 7 to 5 today on Live Oak Avenue from Lee Street to on Stonewall Street from Hackberry to Orange and on Jackson Street from Hackberry to Live Oak Brown Bag Concerts The third in a series of Brown Bag Concerts is set from noon to Friday at Main Sponsored by the Downtown Pro ject will be a performance by Den nis Similar concerts are planned each Friday through May Patriot pep rally At 2 New Braunfels Middle School will host a Patriot Pep Desert Storm veterans and other former service members are One confirmed to attend is Army Alejandro who arrives home in New Braunfels Family members indicated he returned from Saudi where he was stationed with mis sile to Oklaho last He also is scheduled to visit Lone Star Elementary School and enjoy the weekend with family and friends before returning to active For more call Sue Hayworth at Chapter meeting National Association of Retired Federal Chapter will meet at Friday at the Senior Citizens The program will be on estate Visitors are wel Armchair gardening Were you aware that at the Dit tlinger Memorial Library you can sharpen your skills at gardening in Texas Choose from several color ful books in the librarys collection many of the donated by local garden Go Western Dance Tickets are available now for the Canyon Lake Chamber of Com merces Go Western Dance and BarBQ on which are 10 for adults and for children may be pur chased at the Canyon Lake Cham ber Canyon Lake Office Bumper to Bumper Auto See Page 2 Good Day Partly cloudy conditions mis afternoon and a chance for thuner storms this evening are along with a high of 88 and a low near The high in new Braunfels Wednesday was 80 and the over night low was Chance for rain continues into the For more weather please see Page Inslda DEAR TV NBISD eyes two men for athletic post Running it out To augment light spring Carlos Perez runs in an effort to launch his kite in Landa Photo by Erik Karlsson ByTOMLABINSKI Sports Editor Either Lew Simmonds or Corky Nelson is expected to be named tonight as the new athletic director and head football coach at New Braunfels High New Braunfels Independent School District trustees met in executive ses sion Wednesday night to interview the two with a decision expected to be announced at todays 7 board The board did an excellent job they were very said NBISD Superintendent Charles Brad I think the candidates both left feeling they had been very thoroughly and I think both of them did an excellent job of presenting themselves before the Bradberry said no consensus had been reached after Wednesdays board I think there arc some individuals on the board who have made up their but there are other individuals who are still deciding for them he I can honestly say that as of right now I have no idea who it will Simmonds has been the varsity backfield coach and head boys track coach at New Braunfels since Nelson was the head coach at the Uni versity of North Texas from 1982 until Either one of them will do an excellent Job for Bradberry Both of them had some real strong some strengths that would benefit our The vacancy at New Braunfels was created when Jim Strccty left the Uni corns after 17 years to become head coach at Madison High School in San Bradberry estimated there were as many as 100 applicants for the New Braunfels and that either Sim monds or Nelson would begin their new duties as soon as If its the outside hell Nelson Simmonds Athletic director also serves as head stan on If its the inside can hell start in the he Nelson led North Texas to the Southland Conference championship in losing in the national semifi He was named SLC coach of the year that season and was selected the District 4 Coach of the Year by the American Football Coaches The Eagles reached the playoffs three times under in which time his teams compiled a 48521 Nelson was named athletic director at North Texas in but his con tract was not renewed after the 1990 season and he was replaced by former Marshall High School Coach Dennis After serving as head coach at Tyl er High Nelson became defensive coordinator at Baylor Uni versity from 1974 until who coached varsity football and track at both Angleton and Rockdale high joined Streetys staff 11 years He helped guide the Unicorns to a 107232 record during that including four state semifinal Simmonds Unicom track teams were the Region IV champions in and the district champions in His teams have been the district runnersup seven Comal County grand jury indicts 30 persons By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor A Comal County grand jury issued 30 indictments Wednesday to 30 indi viduals including five on local drug One has not been Shane 300 block of Coll possession of a con trolled Jamie 1800 block of Michigan possession of a controlled Tillis will entertain at Wasserfest By JANINE GREEN Managing Editor New Braunfels residents are pre paring to greet summer and some topoftheline entertainment June 7 and Thats when a project of the Wuistfest is sche duled on the banks of the Comal River on the Wurstfcst The event kicks off at 6 Fri June At 8 the featured event will be a with Joluuiy Dee The Rocket That will be followed at 9 Saturday with a dance featuring Clay Blaker and the Texas Honky Tonk Band and a performance by national country artist Pain Were really excited to secure such good said Wurs tfest Executive Director Suzanne The fourth annual billed as New Braunfels Community Salute to also serves to raise money for community Ibod Well have some food booths Hcrbelin and expect to announce details of Wasserfest related events in coming Gene 200 block of Caddell possession of a con trolled Keith block of Cad dell possession of a controlled Jack San pos session of a controlled Other indictments issued include Luis Rodriguez 1800 block of Lee aggravated Rector Route New burglary of habitation with intent to commit sexual Bobby New aggravated sexual Ismeal San theft over under John San theft over under Adam block of Cad dell unauthorized use of a motor Indicted on burglary of habitation charges Pedro block of East Laurel Fulgencio 100 block of Richard 1500 block of Cologne Also indicted on a charge of possession of stolen Indicted on burglary of building charges Dean San Brian San Raul New Reyes New Indicted on forgery charges Lynn Canyon Timothy Canyon Page 2 Members of the Odyssey of the Mind team Kelly Garza center row from Jason Carlos De La Cer Trey Taylor back row from Chris Ryan Haupert and Klint Odyssey of the Mind headed to world meet Members of the New Braunfels Middle School Odyssey of the Mind team look first place in state competition last weekend and will compete in the world competition in Members of the team are seventh Kelly Jason Car los De La Trey Chris Ryan Haupert and Klinl Kings The team is coached by parent Ron Snider and sponsored by teacher Myra Lee During the world competition May 2325 the students will compete with competitors from across the United States and Soviet Japan and other The Odyssey of the Mind concept originated in New Jersey by Sam a firm believer in the use of The competitions encour age students to think of creative answers to various Each team also has a The NBMS teams project is called OMers Buggy Lite Division The students have constructed a bambooframe vehicle which runs on Its capable of carrying up to 80 It also carries a trailer of Combined with the vehicles team members perform a skit on Team members said getting the car together was the hardest They burned out three motors before the solution dawned on them the day before the regional Before world the members say they will spice up the project and OM at New Braunfels Middle School is a statefunded program for gifted and talented
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