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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 28, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas ALBRECHT MAKING HER 4TH TRIP TO AUSTIN See Page 14A New Braunfels il r ii 1 r Mi Mil 116 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377880 5126259144 Sunday April 1991 75 Cents Four 58 Pages Stammtisch On target Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung wishes happy birthday today to Jason Steven Sei Richard Roy Espi Betty Charles John Herman Bor chers and Carmen Belated birthday greetings to Lauren Ann Heather Man Rudy Morales and Yoland Celebrating a birthday Monday Mary Leigh Eldred and Pedro Happy anniversary today to Juan Carlos and Sylvia Know of a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Street closings Seidcl Street will be closed all day Monday from Live Oak to the School issues Comal ISD Superintendent Joe Rogers will conduct a special meeting with parents of children who live in the Purgatory Road area of the school district to dis cuss the possibility of realignment of attendance zones for the 199192 school All parents and interested per sons are invited to meet with Rogers at 7 May 6 at Mountain Valley Elementary The realignment of atten dance zones is being considered to relieve overcrowding at the Moun tain Valley Elementary School Graduation fund Project Graduation fundraisers are being planned to help raise money for the special alcoholand drugfree parties graduation New Braunfels High School Project Graduation committee will sponsor an outdoor movie on the football field May 2 at 8 Admission will be The public is invited to Canyon High School Project Graduation committee is encour aging people to eat pizza at Gattis April 29 from 5 to 8 when the restaurant will donate 1 for every buffet Tickets for sale Tickets for Folkfest 91 are on sale for for Children under 18 enter Tickets will get you admission on the grounds of Conservation Plaza and the Museum of Texas Handmade Fur niture May Pick tickets up at New Braunfels Chamber of and Sophienburg Candidate forum The Concerned Citizens Coali tion will host a May 1 Meet the Candidates Night for persons run ning in May 4 New Braunfels City Council The proposed format for the meeting will be to allow candi dates to make an opening state ment and then field questions from the The meeting will begin at at the New Braunfels Utilities meeting 263 Main Republican men Republican Men of Comal County will meet at April 30 at the Guadalupe Valley Telephone located on FM Slate Edmund Kucm 2 Good Day Highs in the lows in the 60s and continued chances for rain are For more weather infor please sec Page Inckte 1016C DEAR SPRING TV Taking his turn as target for watery sponge ball is Bryan one of the many participants in the National Little League Fund held Saturday at the National Little League Field on Fredericksburg For the latest on Little League action and the standings of New Braunfels please see Page Photo by Erik Karlsson County gets cut of drug money By STEPHANIE FERGUSON Editor Comal County Sheriff Jack Bremer picked up more than Satur day when Phil Gramm was in San Antonio handing out checks to area law enforcement agencies for their work in the war on And the sheriff is already making out a wish which includes bullet proof survellience and undercover Gramm handed out a record to area agencies under pro visions of the Federal Asset Sharing Bremer Gramm program which awards large portions of assets seized in drug operations to participating Agencies receiving funds Saturday during ceremonies at the San Antonio Police Comal County Sheriffs San Antonio Police Bexar County District Attorneys San Anto nio Airport Police Department of Public and the Del Rio Narcotics Task This is an opportunity to buy some of the things that are but a little more sophisticated in nature that will just make our officers jobs easier and hopefully enable us to do a better said Sheriff who picked up the check for The CCSO shared in the asset prog ram because of its cooperation with Customs in a drug bust that cul minated in San Antonio in 1990 at a Bremer said the which comes from the seized assets of per sons arrested and convicted in drug is truly We can take the crooks money the illgotten gains that diey have received and turn around and use it Shop soon should teem with teens By STEPHANIE FERGUSON Nawt Editor A small vacant shop nestled in Downtown New Braunfels soon will be bustling with teen activity as a local agency prepares to open a business for teens with some products made by Kids need to be involved in something that they can feel worthwhile they can identify and they can have an opportunity to make some said Nancy executive director of Teen which will open the shop The to be called The Teen Your Connection for Afford able Clothes Stuff will open at 298 San Antonio adjacent to the Brauntex And so enthusiasm for the project is Ney adding several local youth groups have expressed interest in volunteering with any thing that needs to be One of the main premises behind opening the store is to let students who make arts and crafts or jewelry or other objects to have an opportunity to sell Good quality used clothing and other goods bought through surp lus houses wiH also be sold in the Ney said students at Teen Connection also will be making Tshirts to sale once a silkscreening process is set up at Teen 1414 San Antonio from Teen Connection or from area also will be volun teering to man the store with adult Teen Connection offers youth and families alternative counseling emergency and a thrift shop behind the facility at 1414 San Antonio which will remain open after the teen shop is Students and adults interested in getting involved with the new shop should attend a meeting Thursday at at the new For more information call Teen Connection at Nancy executive director of Teen stands outside soontobe The Teen Photo by Erik Karlsson Kindermaskenball Folkfest sharing link By STEPHANIE FERGUSON Editor Historic fun for the entire family is slated for May 4 as the annual Kinder maskenball Parade and Folkfest celebration kicks While the two events are both are so similar in purpose and event organizers encourage the com munity to attend First parents should dress their children up in customes for the Kin dermaskenball This years parade lias no theme in hopes of get ting more youngsters to All costumes will be Strollers and wagons are permitted for the younger but no roller skates or skateboards will be allowed in the Parade lineup begins at 9 at the New Braunfels Independent School District administration building park ing lot at 430 Mill Judging will begin at and the parade will begin at The parade will end at the Sophienburg Archives building on Seguin Free drinks will be served to all Then parents are urged to take their children over the Folkfest at Conser vation located off Churchill for the childrens Grand March at And then enjoy all the histor ic activities On Saturday accompanying their children dressed in costume will receive off the ticket price tor Persons under 18 enter against he the bad guys pay for Histori cally law enforcement has had to pay The crooks come up with a scheme and then the cops have to come back and try to figure out a way to counteract that scheme and the crooks have always had more money then the Bremer said the amount of money he received Saturday is the largest assetsharing check he has records are made to be July Fourth celebration in the works By JAMIE LEE CAMPBELL Staff Wrltar What could be more American than apple hotdogs and fireworks The New Braunfels Fourth of July President George Bush has requested that all Americans partici pate in a special Welcome Home Troops Celebration this Fourth of This celebration is in honor of all military personnel who have served the United States in eace and war The New Braunfels Fourth of July Celebration will be an allday The focus will be on the return of Operation Desert Storm military There will also be a longoverdue welcome home for Vietnam The New Braunfels Founh of July Celebration kicks off at wilh a program at the Main sponsored by the Sophieuburg Museum and The parade starts al 11 The marching bands and decorated cms will proceed from the Main to the the Coami County There will be live mis and crafts ami Itie fireworks display starts after dark ai Landa Cheryl a membei of the Welcome Home Troops Com nuttee This is our way of saying Welcome we appreciate and thaixk Veterans and iheir families uaU civ ic organizations need to contact the Welcome Home Troops Committee by April 30th if ai all A meeting will be held May 8th ai Knights of Columbus Hall cu LauUa Write 10 Cheryl Scott 41605 KigOe New or cull Cheryl at
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