New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 2, 1991, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 02, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 2, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 New Texas May 1991 Weather Water Comal Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Edwards Watch cfs same down 9 same down down South Texas forecasts TODAYFRIDAY Mostly warm and humid through Friday with scattered showers or thunderstorms mainly central and A few storms possibly severe with locally heavy Highs Friday in the 80s except 90s inland Lows tonight from upper 60s to near 70 north and 70s SATURDAYMONDAY Hill Country and South Central mostly warm and humid with a chance of showers or thun Highs in the mid and upper Lows in the mid and upper 60s to near Texas Coas tal mostly warm and humid with a slight chance of showers or Highs in the 80s lower 90s Lows in the low 70s upper 70s Lower Rio Grande Val ley and mostly warm and humid with isolated mainly afternoon and evening showers or Highs in the 80s mid and upper 90s Lows in the mid to upper Southeast Texas and the upper Texas mostly warm and humid with a chance of show ers or Highs in the low to mid Lows in the upper 60s and low The state Showers and thunderstorms across central portions of South Texas produced hail the size of baseballs and oranges in Wilson County and marblesize hail in San Antonio and very heavy rain at Hondo early And more storm weather appeared to be in store for most of the state as forecasts called for showers and some of them reaching severe over most of the state tonight and Stammtisch Continued from Page 1 sons are invited to meet with Rogers at 7 Monday at Moun tain Valley Elementary Graduation fund New Braunfels High School Project Graduation committee will sponsor an outdoor movie on the football field at 8 Admission will be The screen ing will benefit Project Gradua which is planning special alcoholand drugfree parties gra duation night at each of the coun tys three high The public is invited to Red Stocking Revue 1992 Red Stocking Revue has been set for June 1921 at the New Braunfels Civic according to Liz Urban of the Community Service Committees are now forming to get the fund raising production off on the right Persons interested in per forming or servng on the committe are invited to call general chairman Jan Kennady at or coor dinators Clarence and Liz Urban at Salute to summer Make plans now to attend the fourth annual New Braunfels Community Salute to Summer sponsored by the Wurs tfest Festivities will be the banks of the Comal River on the Wurstfest grounds Friday and June 7 and Entertain ment Friday evening will be John ny Dee and the Rocket Satur day concerts will feature Clay Blaker and the Texas Honky Tonk Band and country singer Pam Til II Toddler Run McKenna Memorial Hospitals 4th Annual Toddler Run will accept additional entrants on race The event is designed to raise funds for the MMH Health Profes sions Scholarship Races begin at 8 May 18 and all tod dlers whose sponsors pay the registation fee will win a Boy Scout barbecue Members of the Boy Scout Troop are planning a bar becue fundraiser slated for 11 to 2 Sunday at the First United Methodist Church Wesley 572 San Antonio Tick ets are each with food to go For information call Larry Kunkel at 6295881 Ste phen Meuth at 6297424 or Betty Wierth at May Fete The second May Fete and Carni val will be held at Carl Schurz Elementary from There will be lots of crafts and fun for all ages and the entire The May Pole Dance will be at 6 Obituaries Erwln Proud Services for Erwin of Canyon were 11 Tuesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake with the Bcmie Sandbcrg Burial was in the Mountain Valley Cemetery at Proud was born July at New York to Albert Joseph Proud and Marie Louise He died April 1991 at McKenna Memorial He married Luciclaire Rankin in He was retired from Union Carbide and has lived in Comal County since Survivors include his wife of Canyon Lake a Lesley Proud of two David Proud and his Paul of and Paul Proud and his Dawn of San Antonio a Albert Proud of New York and four Memorials may be given to the American Lung Willie Marvin Cooper Services for Willie Marvin of formerly of New will be 10 Friday at Colonial Chapel at CookWalden Funeral Home with the Ray Kis er Burial will follow at Capital Memorial Cooper died May Survivors include his Evelyn Cooper of Austin son and daughter Willie Derrell and Joyce Cooper Samuel Cooper daughter and Rickie Cooper and John Eddins all of Austin six grandchildren twogreat grand children and Audrey Hanz of New Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Arrange ments are under the direction of CookWalden Funeral Lamar Small Business Week Watching as New Braunfels Mayor Arno Becker signs a proclamation declaring May 511 as Small Business Week from Larry Small Business Week commit tee member Rosemary chairman Cash chairman of the Small Busi ness Council and Joe vice chairman of the board of New Braunfels Chamber of Photo by Erik Karfsson South Texas Germans hold fast to oldfashioned bowling game By RODGER MALUSON Fort Worth SlarTefegram Texas AP Past the old general down a dark country about 20 cars and pickups are parked around a red tin Long rumbling noises and occa sional crashing sounds come from where a couple dozen people are competing on four bowling They exult over and moan when the beer pins are left Three youths scramble to get the pins set send the balls back and keep the game Welcome to the Fischer Bowling where an ancient brand of bowl ing known as nincpin is Little known elsewhere in ninepin bowling is played at about 20 clubs in or near the South Texas coun ties of Comal and There is even a TriCounty Trophy League to organize competition among the The Fischer club has about 220 many times more than the population of which per a The northern Comal County town is located between Aus tin and San Bowlers play in Fischer just about every Teams compete Monday through Thursday in a series that eventually allows each of the 20 teams to play every other Youngsters from 6 to 16 years of age play on Friday and senior citizens have the place on Sunday Lifetime membership runs and folks over 50 get a The rules and strategy of ninepin bowling differ greatly from the more common tenpin Nincpin is like a baseball game rather than a tennis said Moe a 32year veteran of the clubs Schwab is a member of the Ninepin Bowling Hall of Fame a trophy case at the Order of Eagles Hall 2999 in New Each team has six members and they bowl in no particular but as the team captain The lead ers strategy is knowing which bow lers hit pins on the right best and1 which ones hit to the SKATE CENTER SEGUIN NITE NITE PARTY INFO 3793777 NEVER ENDING STORY II Aimed on Angei PAULHOGAN 00 AD Shows 290 San Antonio 6254411 BARGAIN tvIATINKKS ALL SHOWS BKFORF WALNUT 6 6296400 Discount Fxrcpt as Noted Shelter Continued from Page 1 is what you call child Take we dont want That baby girl has really been our worst case so On the fifth day we had she opened her eyes and Thats what really makes it all worth Mendoza According to abuse is often the result of mothers who have new When the new boyfriends dont want children the abuse The shelter recently expanded to house up to 16 children at a time due to growing numbers of abused and neglected children in the Men doza said the shelter would not exist without the support of the The shelter receives funds from local civic individual dona United the state and The shelter currently needs some one to donate a fence so that the living area can be Recreational equipment and toys also are Volunteers are always For information contact Glenda Chandler at JUSTICE WEEKDAYS KIM BALDWIN kASINGiR Si WEEKDAYS 720 720 TOY SOLDIERS Years ot bad behavior CIIM about to pay WEEKDAYS 725 70S 1 BL TflS 938 WEEKDAYS 935 M SUM WEEKDAYS WARLOCK m NIGHTLY 920 Kfct It In HUM 8kt kw toeenemy re WEEKDAYS Times good thru 50291 May 3 9 ChfasfiviCCe Sounds May 4 9 Damara Smith May 11 9 Bellamy Brothers STATION RESTAURANT A MR Announcing The Opening Of The Law Office Of 6253311 f Saturday r Price Burgers J Steak Shrimp f f The Craze J No Cover 91 610f No Cover f Kimbel Brown Attorney At Law Former Assistant County Attorney 9 Civil and Criminal Practice 260 Castell Clearance Before you set make sure your mast will clear power This is particu larly important near marinas and launching An aluminum mast in contact with a power line is a potentially lethal Once on open water keep a sharp Power lines may be overhead at any clear sailing is safe Pedernales Kltctric Johnson Canyon Cedar Dripping Lake Travis and Marble ;

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