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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 9, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels 123 Stammtisch Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald faltung wishes happy birthday today to Debbie Paula Lisa Cheryl Deborah Ann Dcnisc Bill Lind say Sarah Nicole Tor rrcs and Linda Know of a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like lo share in the Lubeathon Ten Minute Oil Change will host a Lubcathon Saturday to benefit the Comal County Senior Citizens Founda For each filter and lubri cation service performed at the regular Bradzoil will donate to ihc Senior Center Building Bradzoil will pro vide its regular 15poim check including window cleaning and vacuuming the inter Hours are 8 to 5 and location is 988 Mission just off Landa Memorial music In honor of National Music the iransitional Spring Program u Memorial Primary School will pre sent An Adventure at Sea at 7 Twelve classes under the direction of Russell Stevens arc involved in the pirate adventure that takes listeners to the bottom of the ocean to visit an octopus Another Oh My will be presented by Memorial Elementarys second grade under the direction of Heather at 7 Monday in the school It will serve as the program from the Memorial PTA Annual meeting The annual meeting of the Mid Texas Symphony Society will be at Monday at Victoria Bank and Trust in All con tributors are members of the socic and urged to Annual reports of officers will pre sented and the board of directors for the 199192 season will be Alzheimers Information An informal presentation about Alzheimers disease will be made at 7 Tuesday in ih arts and crafts building at the Comal Coun ty Fairgrounds in New Linda executive director of the Alzheimers Association Grea ter San Antonio will speak and take questions following a video printed infor mation also will be The scminiar is free and open to the For more contact Judy Turner at 6252068 or Linda Trcsp at Softball tournament WaiMan Distribution Center in New Braunfels will host a softball tournament with proceeds bcncfitling the Childrens Miracle Network Tele Playoffs begin at 8 in Comal Park and spectators arc invited to come out and cheer the Defensive driving The Marion Independent School District is offering a defensive driving course from 6 to 10 Tuesday and May 16 at Marion High For questions on mis or other Marion Independent Page 2A Good Day In the 24hour period ending at 7 inches of rain was recorded in New Wed nesdays high was 19 and the over night low was lighs in the mid 80s and lows in the low 70s are likely today and and the chance for showers returns Satur For additional wcalhet infor see Page Inside DEAR TV 410 M016 SOWEST MICROPUBLISHIHG 2627 E YAMDELL DP EL TX 79903 19 Thursday wWPi vMR 707 Landa New Texas 78130 DSPS 377880 5126259144 May 1991 25 Cents One 12 Pages Swift water When Austin Fire Department personnel came to New Braunfels Wednesday for a swift water rescue exercise at the Prince Solms Park tube they found the flow a little faster than theyd Rains transformed the normally docile Comal River into a raging with water spilling over the The class was Photo by ErikKarlsson Areas second rabid bat found By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor A bat found in New Braunfels last weekend has tested positive for rabies in a Texas Department of Health according to local While this bat was found by child ren on Becker another bat tested positive for rabies in April in the Canyon Lake We do have some problems said police department spokesman Martin who warns residents to never touch a bat whether it is alive or Especially if they are falling out of trees or acting rather They need to just stay away from them and call the animal control people to come pick them They shouldnt let any children play with Test results from the bat found on Becker Street were sent to the city he Rabies is an infectious viral disease of the central nervous system in mam The disease can be transmitted to man through the bite of an infected such as a Other preventative advice against rabies includes Children should be instructed not to play with ur pick up a If a bat has to be removed before animal control officers can get to the use an inanimate object such as a shovel or some type of tool to move Bats found hanging during day light hours should be left They will leave during nighttime hours when they search for chimneys and attics should be Cracks and openings can become roosts for bats if left Pets should be vaccinated for rabies each Hundreds of pets are bitten each year by To report bats found in the county call the Comal County Sheriffs Office at To report bats found in the city call animal control at 6299830 or the Police Department at Guinn among recipients of trauma groups honors Joe Guinn of New Braunfels will lc among five receiving awards at the American Trauma Societys Annual Meeting under way through Friday in Guinn is associate professor And director of the Department of Prog ram Development and Reserve Rela tions at the Joint Medical Readiness Training Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences USUHS at Fort Sam Houston in San As part of the activities of the 18th annual the ATS is presenting the Distinguished Achievement Award to Joseph Guinn for ongo ing efforts in training that have resulted in reduced complications and increased survival of injured military patients and enhanced the medical readiness of our nations Armed Guinn has organiyxxl and directed the Advanced Trauma Life Support and Advanced Burn Life Support courses for These courses provide both active duty and reserve military physicians and nurses with the skills required to provide initial care for patients with mechanical and thermal Such training has resulted in reduced complications and increased survival of injured military patients and enhanced the medical readiness of the Armed The ATS will honor four other indi viduals during its banquet Other honorces and their awards arc Henry Waxman D chairman of the House Sub committee on Health and the Environ Presidential Citation for his commendable leadership and con tinued support of legislation and efforts directed toward the prevention of trauma and the improvement of trauma care John chairman See Page 2 Temple says hell vote By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor Ousted New Braunfels City Council Member Eddie Temple will not endorse either of the candidates who unseated him in the runoff elec but said he will tun out lo vote May Temple In all fairness I dont have any intention lo Neither one of ihc folks have Temple 1 will also listen and read and make my decision on how 1 will vote and certainly will turn out to Temple lost his hid for rcclcction to the District 4 seat in last Saturdays His former Mai ine Paul Fraser and Comal Elemen tary School teacher Susan Curtis will face each other in a runoff election in two I think its in my point of that the citizens of District 4 choose the council member to repre sent them based on all of the facts and Temple urging all eligible voters to 1 have all the confidence in the citizens of District 4 to choose ihe right he And as Temple prepares to leave of I he says he has proudly seived his district during his one Im very proud to have been abk to serve on City Council and icpivsect the people of Disuici Im m proud tluu I worked with a veiy posi live City Council and a very good staff that did make some accomplish he Temple served on City Council during a time when the Safe City Commission and Downtown Project were 911 was imple a municipal complex was built and increased throughout the city Asked whether he will seek public office he 1 wouldnt even want to Bui who alieaJy is involved in ihe Creak New Braun Icls Chamhei of Wurs ttest and the Rotary said he will still be active in the Im about to viiy up and become TACB today reviews kiln rules By STEPHANIE FERGUSON Newa Editor After uionihs of reviewing public members of the Regulation Development in ihc Texas Air Control Board will today consider iiile duiiges thai cniild affect tlic tunning of waste in Weve taken looked at the testimony aud today were pre senting lo the committee our final of those said TACB spokesman Steve In officials of the Air Con uol Hoard conducted public hearings in New Austin anil Midlot hiaii to gathci testimony on liie pi op osal lor new iules and amcndinenis to stale tales to regulate facilities using liayardous waste as The aew rules would establish emissions and operational requiie nienls and add testing leqdiremcnis for commercial combustion facilities which bum waste as The committee will decide it those iules should bo picsenicd at the board tomouosv Friday loi final Davis 1 feel pretty confident and I think ihc staff does that they will be in spue o some of the things that may tv Davis said the committee will hoar lcoplc speak toi and against the pi op used Mem bus of Securing a Future Environment also are expected to John Dierksen assists with the map as Robert Rayfield explains Marine action in Operation Desert Storm to members of the New Braunfels Rotary Photo by David Sullens Marine tells Rotarians about action in desert 8y DAVID SULLENS Editor and Publisher NEW BRAUNFELS All of us over there owe jod a big Robert Rayfield told members of the New Braunfels Rotary Club Wednesday as opened brief remarks about Operation Desert Stomi from the perspective of one who was with his Sara t6 Mission weie the guests at me Wednesday meeting of club members Mai via and Geneva didnt stop He had other thanks to Thanks to my mom and dad for bringing me up the way they and to all the people who showed us such great support while we were ovei he remarking thai those who weient theie cannot appieciate the value of mail from He commended the nations military and civil HOI the First time in a long the military was allowed to function as it WLS designed to And Rayfield told the Rouuians ituu the luuous Guaid and Kescivc toices weie one of the most important factors in our success ono in the suc cess of the allvolunteer He concluded his reuuuks by The biggest iactoi m uie success oi the ground campaign was the success ot the long an campaign inai went The Marine major said his unit was prepanng io go to Norway when they weie given one weeks notice ttuit they were to move to the MidEast as a pail ofDesert Sioun He used a large map of the Iraq him area to illusuaie his leuuuks on the logistics of the The weekly meeting of Uie local civic group also saw its annual uxogm lion of Uie lop siudents from the countys tlu cc high The students honored included From New Braunfels High School Richard son of Donald and Dolores Bourquin Staccy daughter of Ailoii and Caio Biucmmci Kelly son of William and Vajiette Christian Celeste daughter of Vernon and Maislw Colvin Brian son of Dar lell and dailya Jackson Trace son of Pete and Coiuiie Jurica Laura daughter of Gary and Kalhy Poeck Russell son of Laiy 2   

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