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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 3, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels 120 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377880 5126259144 Friday May 1991 25 Cents One 16 Pages Stammtisch Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung wishes happy birthday today to Cruz Carrillo Marcos Olga Raymond Hernandez and Emily Best wishes Saturday to Jcfi Happy anniversary today to Herbert and Theresa who are celebrating their And Saturday to Cus and Laura Know of a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Scholarship money American Association of Uni versity New Braunfels is seeking applications from women in Comal County interested in applying for two scholarships to be awarded in scholarship is given to mature women interested in continuing and or furthering their Deadline for applying is May For applications call Diane Bader at 6290539 or any AAUW Rabies clinic Comal County Veterinary Med ical Association and the New Parks Department is sponsoring a rabies vaccination clinic Saturday from to 4 at the Comal County Fair grounds and Eikel acrots from Holy Family Catholic Cosl is which includes trie city or county license Persons with a lifetime license must bring Dogs must be on leashes and cats in Exes reunion Conial County Chapter of the Texas Tech ExStudents Associa tion will sponsor the Texas Exes Reunion and Scholarship Dinner at Monday at Adobe Cafe in New Price is per payable at the door for din ner and scholarship RS VP due today to Colleen Green lees at 6209409 after 6 or Mike Doherty at 6257551 or Boy Scout barbecue Members of the Boy Scout Troop are planning abar 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 more information call Larry Kunkel at 6295881 Ste phen Meuth at 6297424 or Betty Wierth at Camp 2 New Braunfels Parks and Recre ation Department is offering its second season of Camp Thunder a day camp program for area youth ages The twoweek program consists of outdoor games and arts and active and passive movies and field Fee is per The first session is June Other sessions have been planned for June 1728 July 819 July 2 and For more information call Landa Recreation Center at 620PLAY for registration infor Busy Saturday Although Saturday will be busy with local city and school board Sw Page 2 Good Day The chance for thunderstorms continues throughout the with highs in the mid80s and lows near 70 Thursdays high in New Braunfels was 84 and the overnight low was In the period ending at 7 inch of rain was For additional weather see Page Inside DEAR RELIGIOUS TV German heritage district declared Day of Prayer New Braunfels Main Plaza was alive Thursday with the sounds of praise as members of various church congregations dropped by from noon to 8 to pray and sing with religious leaders from throughout the praise leader Trevor Adams of Tree of Life Fellowship leads singing for the National Day of Prayer A New Testament reading also was The day was decreed by Congress and proclaimed in New Braunfels by Mayor Arno While such days have been observed for more than 40 the date was recently fixed at the first Thursday in Photo by Erik Karlsson Couple describes Saudi conditions Other soldier relatives visit students at Goodwin Primary School By STEPHANIE FERGUSON Nawa Editor State legislators recognized Thurs day what New Braunfelsers have known for decades New Braunfels undoubtedly represents German cul heritage and Members of the Texas House of Representatives passed Senate Con current Resolution sponsored by Judith nam ing New Braunfels A German Herit age Center of Edmund cosponsored the resolution in the The resolution now will be sent to Ann Richards to be Word of the resolution is being greeted in New Braunfels with open Thats just another indicator to the citizens of Texas and around the country that New Braunfels has a great German heritage and they have something to offer the visitor and the fulltime said Michael executive vice president for the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of The which states New Braunfels delights visitors who come from all over the world to view its recognizes the work that has been done to preserve the The citizens of New Braunfels who cherish their German heritage and traditions are devoted to preserv ing the historic buildings and artifacts depecting the life and time of the first German the resolution German influence and cul Thats just another indicator to the citizens of Texas and around the coun try that New Braunfels has a great German heritage and they have something to offer the visitor and the fulltime said Michael executive vice president for the Grea ter New Braunfels Cham ber of lure and language is still prominent in the town famous for its and popular river The resolution also notes the annu al event of Wurstfest and the Sophien burg Museum and which houses historical collec tions and perpetuates the spirit and memory of the early Meek said the resolution is timely in that it can be incorporated with the 150th birthday of New Braunfels in We can now incorporate this into our logo and stationery and the whole all civic chamber will be promoting New Braunfels as a Ger man heritage center of Texas in every thing they do in the next five he By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor What ever happened to Saddam Hussein Hes still according to a Hes still over there being a bad says a Questions about the war in the Per sian Gulf were endless Thursday when students at Goodwin Primary School got a firsthand look at the conflict when three persons who served in Operation Desert Storm came to Kenny Hartley and Debra both of the answered questions from the students who last year took in their daughter forced to live with her grandparents in New Braunfels when they were Lance Juan a relative of one of the also appeared Hartley talked to the children about the conditions hi Kenny Hartley and Debra both recently returned from service in Operation Desert flank their daughter at a presentation at Goodwin Primary School Photo by Stephanie Ferguson We had to live in holes in the ground the military calls Some of the things you might have seen on television like showers and hot my unit wasnt fortunate to We didnt even have showers the whole It got kind of rough but we all said Hart who worked with a decontamina tion chemical Everybody thinks the desert is really Where I was at in January and February it was really We couldnt get enough We were throwing blankets on We were doing everything we could because we couldnt light fires because we didnt want to give our positions Hartley talked about his duties in Saudi with a sup port aviation He also showed the students a teddy bear his daughter Leanna had given him before he was He took it to the desert and brought it After school ends for the summer Leanna will return to Fort with her where they are When we came across the Tex as line I told the Were finally She not until we have Leanna Cooperation GVTC seminar told Achieving local economic suc cess and development in the 21st Century will take a consortium of schools and govern ment working according to New opportunities for economic development lie ahead for com munities that work said Bob an IBM who spoke at a halfday Com munity Vision Building Session Thursday at the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative People working together is what economic development is all Were hoping to form part nerships between busi ness and said Joy leen director of public relations for which spon sored the Gholson recently worked with GBRA opens xeriscape demonstration garden Coming Sunday CANYON LAKE A xeriscape demonstration garden officially opened Thursday with a ribbon cut ling at the GuadalupeBlanco River Authority hydroelectric Joining in the ceremony to clip a water hose were Canyon Lake Cham ber of Commerce representatives Ruth Wade Russell and Barba ra GBRA board member Herb Schneider also attended along with GBRA Director of Planning and Developement David The xeriscape project is located Related adjacent to the outfall channel of Canyon The project should familiarize the public with xeriscap ing a method of landscaping that reduces water The idea is to plant things native to the area in a design that will use water in the most effi cient The xeriscape project can be viewed during the Canyon Dam and Reservoir rededicatlon on June Looking out over his new At the is a playful firefighter aboard a childrens feature designed by New Braunfels General A progress report on the water parks addition and a look at the construction site will be fea tured in Sundays Photo by Erik Karlsson
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