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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 26, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels 135 Serving NEW BRAUNFELS and COMAL COUNTY Home of Donna Bull Sunday May 1991 75 Cents Three 48 Pages Stammtisch Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeilung wishes happy birthday today to Drew Sollberger and Vio Happy birthday Monday to Lynn Pugh and Robert Belated best wishes to Sandra Happy anniversary today to Larry and Candy James and Risa Dort and Hoi ley June Joe Michael and Diana Bennie and Donna Mills and Pedro and Flora Celebrating an anniversary Monday are Mary Jane and How ard Know of a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Veterinarian to speak Veterinarian Kent Fischer will be the featured speaker at the New Braunfels Evening Rotary Club at 6 Tuesday at Omas Haus Fischers topic will be on the dangers of Lime Republicans meet Assistant District Attorney Robert Fisher will be the guest speaker at the Republican Mens Club of Comal County His topic will be Taxpayers Should be The meeting will be at the Guadalupe Valley Tele phone Coop at All members and prospective mem bers are For more infor mation call Fire department barbecue Canyon Lake Volunteer Fire Department is gearing up for its annual fund raising barbecue to be at Fire Station in Canyon off of Farm to Market 306 with activities planned June The 5member country and western Original will perform June 1 from 8 to On June 2 the barbecue serving line will open at Cost is for adults and for Ticket sales Available through Monday at Canyon High School are tickets to three upcoming The CHS Senior a fajita wagon at Rocking R River Rides in will be at Tickets are for senior students and for Parents are encouraged to bring lawn Tickets for the Senior to be held at 8 Friday at are for seniors and for For that nights Project Graduation tickets are for seniors and for Memorial Day A Memorial Day set for Monday on the Canyon Middle School football is open to the Partici pating will be members of the stu dent body and For more call Principal Rusty Brockman at Pop aerobics Fitness Made Fun will conduct water aerobics at Landa Pool beginning June 3 at 8 lowimpact and interval training classes will be taught at First Pro testant Seele Parish For more information call Nadya at 6259295 or Sue at Honored graduates Peter and Paul Catholic See Page 2 Good Day Today and Memorial Day a forecast calls for highs in the high 80s or low lows in the mid70s and less than a 20 per cent chance of For more weather see Page Inside 1016C DEAR TV Fraser wins City Council seat More than Eric Becker places his vote in the ballot box during the District 4 City Council runoff at Eagles Hall Photo by Erik Karlsson 800 voters go to polls By STEPHANIE FERGUSON City Editor Retired Marine Paul Fraser edged past his opponent Saturday by more than 50 votes to win the New Braunfels City Council District 4 I feel elated I and at the same time I feel like Im a little humbled by it said minutes after the results were Unofficial vote counts show that Fraser received 1 427 votes while Fraser his opponent Susan a school teacher at Comal Elementary received 373 Fraser and Curtis were forced into the runoff after they ousted incumbent Eddie Temple dur ing the May 4 To have people turn out and really work hard like they have and have the voters turn out like they did is a real thrilling particularly since this is my first cut at anything politi Fraser More registered voters living in District 4 voted in the runoff election than they did in the regular election earlier in the Total votes cast in the May 4 election were 704 and in Saturdays election 801 persons vot including absentee One vote was for neither candidate on the I certainly feel like this doesnt give him a Curtis said about the 54vote See Page 2A Despite emergencies typical5 By JAMIE LEE CAMPBELL Staff Writer The New Braunfels Emergency Communciations Club put in a typi cal days work Ernie president of the was referring to a series of lake accidents and a major car col lision when he called the day Weve saved many a pulling people out of the finding people who got lost and doing Hassold It might be a little bit bad today because of the Hassold patroled River Road above Canyon Lake Saturday assisting law enforcement agencies that work the The extra manpower Hassold and his group provided was needed during the busy start of the Memorial Day Hassold had been on patrol 15 minutes when he was called to the area to administer first aid to an Tubers flow in for Memorial Day weekend By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer Count the indeed The good river flow combined with school being out in some areas and a slightly improved economic situation around the slate has brought a glut of people to the area for water according to John of the New Braunfels Police I think weve got a harbinger of a record McEachern Theres a tremendous volume of who heads up the annual summer park pat said it looks like will be more usage of the city parks this bringing on more related so far nothing he We did have one injury that EMS had to pull out from the Comal below the tube but nothing he The flood of tourists should help the cash flow of the local according to I dont think you can get a hotel room in this town right 18yearold female from Tex The young woman turned over in a inner tube she was riding and hit a The womans knee was partially crushed on She also had con Hassold was assisted by Linda Hughes another member of the volun teer Dont worry everything will be EMS is on the Hassold said as Hughes bandaged the womans Hassold and Hughes also con tended with a young woman from Dallas who broke her ankle when she flipped over in a Another Lee was called to the scene when a man injured his chest flipping over in the At that point EMS arrived and emergency club volunteers assisted in putting the victims in In the meantime a man suffered a heart attack as he rode the Heuco Springs Hassold had put in a days work that could have been worse when a five carcollision occured on River Road at the entrance of Ponderosa River Hassold assisted Emergency Medical Service person nel and the Comal County Sheriffs Office authorities by directing A motocyclist on the scene did not stop for the Hassold pulled the man over and told him to wait until he could drive Traffic was slowed to an standstill for more than an hour as emergency technicians worked to pry a man out of a small The man who had been driving the truck was injured when his vehicle was hit from behind by another His vehicle was then shoved into the back of another truck and a pileup Two other cars were also The passenger of the small truck See Page 2A Council may accept petition on extension of alcohol sales By STEPHANIE FERGUSON City Editor New Braunfels City Council mem bers will consider accepting a petition Tuesday regarding calling an election for the late hours sale of alcoholic Barry Jaroszewski presented a peti tion with more than 400 signatures last week to City Secretary Bonnie Sarkozi to call the Sarkozi will verify the signatures to ensure they are registered owner of Barrys Under Pass Saloon and spokesman for the New Braunfels Bar Owners Asso gathered the signatures to force the City Council to call an Sarkozi said he needed to collect around 300 valid signatures in order for the Council to call an New Braunfels City Council on May 13 unanimously voted to table action on an ordinance that would have called for an election to allow bar owners to apply for permits to extend the sale of alcoholic beverages to 2 Currently bar owners stop the sale of alcohol at mid night every day and 1 on After the Councils decision to table the Jaroszewski said he would collect a petition to call for the The council meeting begins at at the New Braunfels Municipal 424 Casiell Most offices closed Monday All city of New Comal County and federal offices including the post office be closed Monday for the Memorial Day Banks and savings and loans also will be will be in ses sion in both the New Braunfels Inde pendent School District and the Com al Independent School Many students will have final The offices of the HeraldZeitung will also be closed for the There will be regular garbage pick up on Monday in New Bulverde couple fosters love By JAMIE LEE CAMPBELL Staff Writer BULVERDE While the nation observes Foster Care Month in it is a yearround occur rence for Mabel and Bruce Mabel Brown describes what it takes to be a foster parent as love and Thats the main A lot of people say how can you do that but there are so many wonderful My life has been so Mabel and her husband Bruce have been foster parents for about 15 Mabel Brown You have to provide a normal environment for these kids and let them know youre there for She added a a iot of these kids have been abused and this might be the only normal home theyve ever Mabel and Bruce Brown now are caring for three foster children an 18 a 3yearold boy and a 10yearold What I want is for my child to be a Brown I dont mean like a doctor or a lawyer or I try to teach Bruce and Mabel Brown them a lot of I try to give them some The Browns both said the idea is to let the children return to bio logical relatives if and when the time The decision is made by the court and the Department of Human You do it out of Brown Its hard You miss but hopefully the children always remembers what they learned in foster Mabel Brown described one instance that was particularly diffi We helped unite a child with its Brown said as a foster parent she had to prepare the child for I said Im always Only when I closed that door did I break She is still in contact with the she adding that the foster parent is not always allowed to correspond with the child but it does Bruce Brwon Theres a 10week course you can take where they teach you about parent They even prepare you for when the child leaves The course is free and there is no obligation to become a foster Mabel Brwon explained why she and her husband became foster You have to really love These children are the Theyre attached to an ugly circle of events that may included crim inal If one of these kids can be the circle is For more information about fos ter care contact Linda Fisher at the Department of Human The number is
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