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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 16, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2 New Texas May 1991 Weather Water Comal Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Edwards Watch cfs down 4 down 33 same same same South Texas forecast TODAYFRIDAY Consider able night and morning cloudiness through Friday with a chance of Otherwise partly Widely scattered showers and thunderstorms most sections on Highs generally except 80s along the Lows mostly in the The state Skies will be clear across West Texas tonight and but iis going to be more of the same across North Texas tonight and Friday and in South Texas Showers and thunderstorms are expected in North Texas tonight and in both North Texas and South Texas on Lows tonight will be in the 50s in northern sea ions of the Panhan dle and in the 60s and 70s else where in West in the 60s and 70s in North Texas and in the 70s in South Highs Friday will be in the 80s and 90s Showings of talent opening of Special Olympics will mark Continued from Page 1 the An Gallery in Walnut German background and dance experience arent For call Salute to summer Make plans now to attend the fourth annual New Braunfcls Community Salute to Summer sponsored by the Wurs tfest Festivities will be the banks of the Comal River on the Wurstfcst grounds Friday and June 7 and Entertain ment Friday evening will be John ny Dec and the Rocket Satur day concerts will feature Clay Blaker and the Texas Honky Tonk Band and country singer Pam Til 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 commute are invited to call general chairman Jan Kennady at or coor dinators Clarence and Urban at Lubeathon Bradzoil 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 ai the regular Bradzoil will donate S5 to the Senior Citizens Center Building Bradzoil will pro vide its regular 15point check including window cleaning and vacuuming the inter Refreshments will be served and door prizes Hours arc 8 to 5 and location is Brad 988 Mission just off Landa To have an item listed in Stam contact Janine Green or Stephanie Ferguson at Submissions should be of commun ity intercut but not commercial in Obituaries Beatrice Dean McMahan Services for Beatrice Edwina of New Braunfels will be 2 Friday at Zocller Funeral Home with the Friedrich Rest Burial will be at Comal McMahan was bom in New Braunfeis to Martin and Edna nee Oppermann She died May at her She married in New Braunfels to Benjamin who died in McMahan was the retired store manager at Dean Office Supply and a member of the First Protestant Hermann Sons Lodge American Legion New Braunfels German Club and New Braunfels Iris Society Survivors include her Rose Marie Dean of New Braunfels RonaJd McMahan and wife Barbara of Fort Worth Dor othy Junker of New Braunfels David and Paul Dean and two Robert and Kimbcrly Memorials may be made to the charity of ones El lerTTeo White Services for Ellen Tco of will be 10 Friday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Larry Lanphicr Burial will be at Fort Sam Houston National She was bom in Gon zales County to George and Addie Mac nee Kelly She died May She was married in Gonzales County to Kenneth While was disabled and had worked at Motorola in Survivors include her husband of Marion three Cynthia Peterson of Colleen While and Shclene both of New Braunfcls a son and Carey and Terri While of Bryan four Margaret Irlc of Essie Home of Elhelene Tomlinson of Harwood and Gcorgie Abel of Aus tin three Ray Carley of Har Alien Carley of Eagle Lake and George Carley of and five Memorials may be made to the American Cancer William Gray Services for William C Gray of New will be 9 Friday at Zocller Funeral Home with the Bill Hulhaway Burial will be at Pi Sam Houston National Gray born in Lovclady to William and Nellie nee Kennedy Gray He died May at McKenna Memorial He married Fannie Gray in October 1942 in Gray was an attorney for Dis trict Title Insurance and a mem ber of the First United Methodist Republican past Rota rian and He also was a veteran of World War Survivors include his wife of New Braunfels a Quida Ford of Austin a Larry Gray of Virginia two Quida Gray of Houston and Sister Adrian Frances Gray of San Antonio four DeAnn Cory Angie McEl roy and Jason Dcnena four great Chaun Cara Jonathan and Christian Memorials may be made to Free wheelers at First United Methodist SAN MARCOS fami lies and coaches participating in the Texas Olympics summer games May 2224 on the Southwest Texas State University campus will be entertained by local talent at the Olympic Town at Scwell Throughout the day May game booths and entertainment will be Activities will include a petting rodeo cartoon dunking booths and much Special guests will be the Shrincr who will entertain the crowds with their mini cars and comic A special feature of the daylong event will be the ALlTown Talent sponsored by the San Marcos Performing Arts Association SMPA from noon until 1 and featur ing family and group musical Bob Willius of San Marcos and SWT student Corina Loyo will serve as Scheduled performers for the show include the Cutler Family and Sriro musical groups from San Marcos Kayc of a profession al singer Eddie a SWT college student and vocalist Steven music director of First Methodist Church Preston Chuck Meyer and A special jam session for all the performers of the AllTown Talent Show was held Other entertainment will kick off at 9 with a song and dance routine from students at Bowie Elementary School followed by vocalist Shannon the prekindergarten Cinco de Mayo dancers from Bonham Elementary School and the Bowie Special Edacation Choir and Travis Elementary School third grade will showcase a musical presen tation at 10 followed by the San Marcos High School Jazz Owen Goodnight Junior High School Jazz Ensemble and Budas Beautiful Texans Recorder The afternoons entertainment will begin at and will feature an encore performance of the Bonham prekindergarten Cinco de Mayo dancers followed by the Lamar Middle School Band performance and the San Marcos High School Lab The final performers of the day will include Wonderlands Spring Concert Wheels n Deals Square Dancing and John Martinez Y Carino The Olympic Town is sponsored by Blockbuster Video and is coordinated by the San Marcos Jaycccs and the San Marcos Performing Arts Births McKenna Memorial Hospital and Nathan Rheinlandcr 976 Twin New Braunfcls 9pound boy May Donald and Leanne Johnson HC3 Box New Braunfels 8pound 3ounce boy May SENIOR CITIZENS DAY his brother and his other brother Brad have declared Saturday May 18th as Senior Citizens For every filter and lubrication service performed theyll donate to the Senior Citizens Center Building So if youre close to oil change come to Bradzoil May get your oil enjoy refreshments like Hillshire register for door and know that youre helping a worthy BRADZOIL 10 MINUTE 988 Mission 6250401 Games feature patriotic flair The countdown to what promises to be the most exciting summer games in the 24year history of Texas Special Olympics is under The with a patriotic theme of Stars and arc scheduled May 2124 at Southwest Texas State It is the third year that SWT and San Marcos have played host to the TSO summer That patriotic theme will be evident in the starspangled spectacular Open ing produced by Tamer lane productions of Fort set for the evening of May 22 at SWTs Bobcat The ceremonies will feature four combined marching bands composed of more than 500 six a laser light a fighter jet a speech by legendary Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry and the traditional parade of nearly The climax of the ceremonies will be the arrival of the Special Olympics Flame of Hope and the lighting of the Olympic The public is encouraged to attend this emotionallyuplifting event and fill the seat Members of the community are also encouarged to attend the games and support athletes who will be com peting in track and field gym volleyball and Other events scheduled during the three day games include a press con ference at 4 May 22 with com ments from Tom Landry and recogni tion of TSO Law Enforcement Torch Run participants and an emotional cli max featured in closing ceremonies May 24 at Strahan A second volunteer orientation meeting will be held at 6 Mon May Those interested in vol unteering to help the TSO summer games should call the TSO Volunteer Hotline in San Marcos at 7537111 or long distance tollfree CROP crew As a result of the recent CROP Walk to raise funds for the SOS Food several prizes have been The Peter of First Protestant claimed group honors for collecting the most money Mark Sirnic was honored for first place in indiviual collec tions and second place in number of pledges Carly Mul first place in number of standing at was the Judy Shook of First Methodist cochairman of the Photo by Erik Karlsson Boerne student able to crawl from burning car after crash By STEPHANIE FERGUSON City Editor A 17yearold Boerne teenager escaped serious injury late Wednes day when the vehicle he was driving hit a tree and burst into flames on Tex as 46 Doenges will be released from McKenna Memorial Hospital according to a nursing The driver indicated he was traveling toward Boerne and he was a little exhausted and apparently fell asleep and ran off the roadway and impacted with that oak said Department of Public Safety Trooper Gilbcn Lozano at the On impact the vehicle did catch on Lozano said Doenges was able to crawl out of the vehicle after Persons at the scene said he had a cut on his leg and face after crawling from the He was trans ported to McKenna by New Braunfels Emergency Medical The accident occurred on Texas 46 approximately six miles from New Braunfcls around 8 Person nel from New Braunfels Fire Depart ment responded to the accident to put out the vehicle Traffic was blocked off for almost an Buys Trades Gold Diamonds f We have advertised in the New Braunfels Herald almost weekly for the past 6 We can and do use other types of advertising from time to but for the best results we always use the Thanks New Braunfels HeraldZeitung for your help in achieving our advertising J J The Cholletts In a recent independent conducted for New Braunfels mer chants a full 77 of the respondents said they depend on The Herald Zeitung to get information about products and services in New Braun But Gene Deanie Chollett of Cholletts Mens Ladies Fashions didnt need a fancy survey to tell them Theyve known it all Their cash register is all the survey they its nice to have proof like this in black and But its even bet ter to have it in Dont take our word for Gene Dea tell Advertising in The HeraldZeJtung doesnt It Call us today for advertising James 1989 New Braunfels HeraldZeitung 707 Landa 6259144   

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