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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 19, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Pap 2A New Texas May 1991 Weather Water Comal Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Edwards South Texas forecast TODAYMONDAY Mostly cloudy southeast through Monday with occasional showers or thun locally heavy rainfall and flooding likely Partly cloudy to occasionally cloudy else where with a chance for mainly afternoon and evening showers or Highs Sunday and Monday 80s and Lows Sun day night 60s and The state It was partly warm and Watch available up 40 up 287 down available humid across much of Texas on with scattered thunder storms in the Northeast and South The circulation around an area of low pressure over South Texas resulted in winds generally from the east to Speeds were 5 to IS miles an Forecasters expected Sunday to be mostly cloudy with an increas ing chance for High temperatures in the 80s with 90s possible in parts of West Stammtisch Continued from 1A al Help School at 16075 Evans Road in Sclma is now registering students for grades preK through For call or Cemetery meeting The spring meeting and clean up of Smithson Valley Cemetery will be at 9 All interested parties are Rotary program Air Force Reservist Col Keith Richtcr will share his experi ences as a C5 pilot in the Persian Gulf War with members of the New Braunfels Evening Rotary TJe club meets at 6 Tuesday at Omas Haus Restaur Guest speaker State Judith Zaffirini will be guest speaker at the Canyon Middle School eightgrade awards to be held in the school commons at 7 The public is Achievement tests Achievement test scores haved been received at Canyon and Smithson Valley high schools and will be distributed to students Texas Assessment of Academic Skills TAAS test rresults also have and CHS will mail those results SVHS will mail both TAAS and SRA Achievement scores For more contact SVHS counselors Linda Jefferson or Dick Rector at or CHS counselorts Jackie Jenkins or Tom Matschek at Swim lessons City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is registering for swim sche duled throughout the summer at Landa Park American Red Crosscertified classes will run for two weeks with the first ses sion starting June Deadline for registrations is one week prior to each sessions Parents may register their child ren at the office in Landa For more phone Defensive driving CISD Community Education will host a defensive driving class from 6 to 10 Tuesday and Thursday at Canyon High Call 6258081 for enrollment Seniors picnic Reservations are due Wednes day for the Senior Citizens Annual set this year at Landa Park area across from the play Hours are to Call 6291161 to save a Eckankar service Eckancker worship service will be conducted at 11 today on the second floor of the Faust 361 San Speaker will be Adria San The public is Popsicle sticks New Braunfels Childrens Museum is collecting popsicle sticks for a variety of arts and crafts Also needed are fabric and yarn For more call Tennis time New Braunfels Parks and Recre ation Department will host a tennis program at the HEB Tennis Courts in Prince Solms Instruction for all ages will be pro vided by Allen a United States Tennis Association competitor who has played for Texas Lutheran and taught at T BarM and Newks Tennis youth classes are 8 to noon Monday and Wednesday for four beginning June July 8 or Beginner youth classes are 8 to noon Tuesday and Thursday for four beginning June July 9 or Fee is per Adult classes are 6 to 8 Monday through Thursday during the threemonth period and will be charged at per hour for group and per hour for private Registration is through the Landa Park Recreation noon to 9 through May For more call Parent meeting There will be a Project Gradua tion meeting for parents of New Braunfels High School seniors at 6 Monday in Room B13 at Parents are urged to To have an item listed in Stam contact Janine Green or Stephanie Ferguson at Submissions should be of commun ity interest but not commercial in Buckle Up America emphasis this week By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer The month of Mays safety caval cade continues with Buckle Up Amcrical slated for Monday through May The Texas State Department of Public Safetys Traffic Safety Section is joining the rest of the nation in encouraging everyone to use safety belts in their to buckle children into child safety scats and to Icam more about automatic crash protec tion systems available in many mod cm The goal of this years Buckle Up America Week is to increase aware ness of safety belt and child safety It is also intended to call atten tion to law enforcement efforts of the mandatory seat belt law and to increase correct The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is also con ducting a major effort during this summer and next to increase safety belt A scries of major press events across the country will incor porate law public and private sector orga nizations to improve safety bolt The goal that all organizations are working towards is President Bushs goal of 70 percent belt use by the national average is about 50 percent belt This is a major improvement from 1983 when overall belt use was as low as 14 In a related the American Academy of Pediatrics has responded to an ongoing need of parents seek ing information on child safety Car scats on the market as of January 1991 are listed in the 1991 Family Shopping Guide to Car For a free sample copy send a self stamped envelope to Fami ly Shopping Box Elk Grove EL Sign of the times Workmen remove the big sign over Cholletts Mens and Ladies Fash located in the historic Schumann Building on San Antonio Street in New The project Is is the first phase of efforts to repaint the expose longhidden second story windows and put dis plays on the second Photo by Erik Karlsson Defensive I Driving Classes Saturday and Evening Classes Available Classes held at Holiday Inn May 25 June 3 4 i g Safety First 6253736 Obituaries Petra Martinez Funeral services for Petra Mar of New Braunfels will be at 10 Monday at Zoeller Funeral Burial will follow at Guada lupe Valley Memorial Park with the Valentine Ramirez A prayer service will be at today at the funeral Martinez died May at her She was bom in Santa July to Cresencio and Eligia nee Berreles She married Ignacio Mar tinez in Comal County He preceded her in death in She was a 45year resident of Com al a homemaker and a Jeho vahs Survivors include two Ernestina Mendez of Piedras and Trinidad Torres of New Braunfels four Jesus Mar tinez of Eagle Gilberto Mar David Hartinez and Reynal do all of New Braunfels a Juanita Campos of New Braun fels ihree Cresencio Herrera and Augustine Herrera of New Braun fels and Jesus Herrera of Big Spring 35 grandchildren 67 great grandchildren and 14 greatgreat Pallbearers will be Ignacio Mar Joe Arturo Mario Richard Martinez and Richard Honorary pall bearer will be Adam LIFE All types of insurance Call 6257511 for a quote Marshall Schaake 6587101 San Antonio 18006831625 457F Landa New Braunfels 1 INSURANCE Schertz council discusses suit SCHERTZ In a recent City Council discussion included settlement of a boundary dis pute with Garden Ridge and the addi tions of an annual celebration to honor fallen Relations between the two cities ought to improve now that an extra territorial agreement has been reach said Schertz City Manager Kerry In other business The Council discussed an having an annual celebration in honor of all fallen police May 1218 was National Police The Council discussed the new mayor protem Joe Potempa starts his duties next According to Sweatt the Mayor Protem position Every council members fills the spot for six months and then another takes Law Office Of Kimbel L Brown Attorney At Law Former Assistant County Attorney Civil and Criminal Practice Since 1981 6253455 960 CASTELL NEW TX LICENSER BY TEXAS SUPREME UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR SOUTHERN WESTERN DISTRICTS NOT SOAKO CERTIFIED BY THE TEXAS BQAftO Of UOAl 6PECIAUMTION8 Family protection Tieres no doubt a familys greatest emotional and lies in prearrange ment of family When when under mental ft you are not apt to think of all the details neces sary to properly arrange a loved ones perhaps are not as concerned about holding down Before let us explain the Zoeller pre need Do call now theres no In a businesslike we can offer you selec tion options that will make a family funeral affordable and its planning less FUNERflL HOME 615 LANDA 6252349 AN OPEN LETTER TO THE CITIZENS OF DISTRICT4 I need your help the issues we face in the next few years will determine our citys Lets look at how I stand on these My children attend school in the shadow of the smokestack of The burning of toxic waste is totally This permit will only be defeated by an all out effort from the City City County Judge and Commissioners As your council I will work to protect our community from any risk to public health and San Antonio just defeated Applewhite The catfish farm will use three times the amount of our yearly water We must have ground water In the interim we can reuse and recycle water while instituting local plumbing codes to restrict water I am a dedicated I train teachers and scout leaders in Project a Texas Parks and Wildlife conservation I support the performing arts and our cultural These groups enhance our lives and bring the past to life We must bring clean Industry to keep our tax rate low and provide jobs for our young I will support only these types of Our local economy depends on clean air and industries that would harm our environment are SUSAN CURTIS The Logical Choice for DISTRICT 4 VOTE STARTING MAY 13TH Paid Ad Susan Curtis Campaign Mark   

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