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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 2, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels 140 Serving NEW BRAUNFELS and COMAL Home of Margaret Trayhan Sunday June 1991 75 Cents Four 54 Pages Stammtisch Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung wishes happy birthday today to Lcs Mary Ruth Danny Marshall and Beverly Best wishes Monday to Bobby Bacon and Jennifer Belated birthday greetings to Dana Wade Rebekah Orace Donald Milo Monroe Juan Espino sa and Casey Happy anniversary today to Aria and Ramon Chapa and David Chapa and Olga and Red Anniversary greetings Monday to Roxannc and Mike Belated anniversary greetings to Altom and Viola Know of a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Parade meeting Planners of the Fourth of July Welcome Home Troops parade in New Braunfels will conduct another meeting with participants at 7 Tuesday at Knights of Columbus Hall on Landa Organizer Cheryl Scott encour ages representatives of every civic organization and service club to attend and invites all interested We need everyone who has come to the previous meetings back for this she so everyone is together on the The parade is but a portion of the days which will start with a patriotic include entertainment and conces sions and conclude with a fire works Rummage sale On Our Lady of Per petual Help Catholic Church will sponsor a unique dualbenefit rum mage sale in the church Funds for the church will be raised through the rental of tables and 10by8fpot spaces at a cost of Participants can make money for themselves by what they To reserve a call 6253534 or drop by the church office at 138 Austin by The sale will be from 8 to 4 Saturday and is open to the Home schooling Home Schooling Day activities are scheduled from 11 to 3 Saturday at the Anthony Convent in San The sponsored by Our Lady of the Rosary Catholic Home School and users of its is under the direction of Janice Babysitting is The event is free and open to the Persons with questions invited to call Debbie Niland in New or Sandra Crouch in San Genealogy society Guest speaker at Tuesdays meeting of the Comal County Genealogical Society will be Robert Bob RobinsonZwahr of San author of a two volume Bremer family Tuesdays meeting begins at 7 in the Herb Schneider Room of Victoria Banks North The clubs quarterly See Page 2A Good Day Highs in the lows in the mid70s and gusty winds from the southeast ai 1015 mph paint the weekend weather For weather see Page 81 OA CLASSIFIED 71 2B COMICS 10160 3A DEAR ABBY 3B EDUCATION 4B ENTERTAINMENT SB GRADUATION 1091 112D HOROSCOPE 66 KALEIDOSCOPE 17B OPINIONS 4A 8PORT8 1114A TV USTINOS 140 WEATHER 2A Graduating seniors are silhouetted as they prepare for ceremonies in New Braunfels Friday For class photos and lists of graduates and scholarship see Graduation Section Photo by Erik Karlsson About 500 students graduate By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer The New Braunfels area became more educated Friday night with the graduation of about 500 high school Commencement programs were held at both New Braunfels High School and Canyon High About 300 diplomas were conferred at NBHS while about 200 were pre sented at The New Braunfels High School ceremonies were held in Unicorn Sta dium on Loop 337 and were attended by about NBISD Board President Bob Self presented Silver Unicom Awards to New Braunfels Police Officer Bobby Owens of the Drug Abuse Resistance Education DARE program Jackie an active PTA Mike an active athletic booster and Francis a library aide at Senior Class President Jessica Schwab served as the mistress of cere The valedictory address was given by Stacey and the salutatory speech by Trace Addresses were also given by Celeste Colvin and Allison Principal John Turman certified the eligibility of the class to graduate and NBISD Superintendent Charles Brad berry distributed About people witnessed the Canyon High School graduates in bright red caps and gowns receive their Jordan Curtis gave the valedictory address and Ken nard Elmer Bowen III gave the salu Mike Hearn gave the invoca tion and Kyla Goodson served as mis tress of Principal Will Krieg honored outstanding students in his The CHS event was held at Cougar off Interstate Recipients of New Braunfels High Schools Silver Unicorn Award from DARE officer Bobby library aide Frances r v Mf w vf i i ui fwww llwf Cl Smithson Valley High Schools sports booster Mike Ethridge and PTA activist Jackie Schneider commencement was NBISD Photo Local Crisis Line offers a place to turn By JAMIE LEE CAMPBELL Staff Writer When there is no one else to turn the number to call is The Crisis Line was created 20 years ago as part of the Drug Depen dency It started as a drug depedency thing for people who had trouble with drugs or alcohol or Now the number is really just available to any one who needs President Gladys Bartling Were a listening service for any one in a crisis when they feel there is no one Were that last link in the The crisis line is answered 24 hours a 7 days a The number 6256996 is often used as a referal service for other Its just a matter of helping some one decide what to Bartling They might say should I call the womens how do I get a lawyer when I cant afford that kind of Sometimes you just give encour agement and make she Bartling said the number still is She said people are often confused about where to turn for help or they merely need someone to help them feel less POUCE ROUNDUP Threat clears store By JAMIE CAMPBELL Start Writer New Braunfels shoppers were interrupted Saturday by a bomb threat at a local grocery according to police officers and firemen dispatched to the They cleared the store in about 7 said New Braunfels police officer There was an upset customer He said hed placed three bombs within the Officers were dispatched to the H EB Food 843 San Antonio at after a male made the by saying he had just left the store and the bombs would explode in 22 Police evacuated the store for more than 30 minutes to ensure there were no bombs located in the Police Roger Allen said if there was a a bomb squad from San Anto nio would have been If wed found the if we had time to look for wed call the bomb squad in San he These homemade bombs are hard to find thats what makes it They can come in anything thats difficult to New Braunfels resident Ken Kee was at the store when the threat was They took it pretty As soon as I got in the parking lot they said get out quick and go by the edge of the parking he There were groups of half a dozen people all over the It went nuts there for a A store employee who asked not to be identified said he was The police showed up in he I sure was scared HEB employees were not allowed to discuss the Service Director David Hensley Please dont ask any of our You can just deal with our corporate Suspects apprehended By STEPHANIE FERGUSON City Editor Two New Braunfels men remain in the Guadalupe County Jail today on charges of aggravated robbery after they were apprehended for allegedly holding up a convenience store clerk Friday Jesse and Robert remain in jail in lieu of post ing a bond The two men were arrested after the convenience store clerk at the SacNPac Drive In located iu the 1400 block of Texas 46 near Clear was While the same store was the loca tion of a robbery Thursday police are investigating if the inci dents are New Braunfels Police Chief Dick Headen said witnesses ai ihe store Friday night said an Hispauic male entered the store 4iouuU displayed a gun aiiU demanded Page 2A New mayor believes in people power By STEPHANIE FERGUSON City Editor Revamping the city fight ing plans to burn hazardous waste in Now Braunfels and setting the record straight on all issues are a few of the matters Mayor James Goodbread plans to tackle in the coming Bui to pin down the new mayor on the the most important he to fair representation to the If party affiliations were you would have to tag a Populist because Im really the Gobdbread I believe in people If you listen to the 90 percent of the lime youre going to do wluus in the best benefit of Last week Goodbread was unanim ously chosen by fellow City Council members as replacing Amo who did not seek reelection to the Goodbread was first elected 10 the want to demonstrate to the people that I am not going to hide behind an Its so easy to be mayor and just run the meeting and not take a New Braunfels Mayor James Goodbread New Braunfels City Council in Since then he has fought for a number of one of which was to stop the Lafarge and its subsidiary Sys tech Environmental from stor ing and burning hazardous waste at the Balcones Cement Plant near New To me there is absolutely no advantage in lowing Lafarge burn tox ic Theres no advantage to the citizens H is a downside risk Earlier this Goodbread voted for the city to hiro an attorney to rep resent the citys interest in Austin regarding the hazardous waste I think we put an awareness before Austin that would HOI have been here had we not spent that for he If JQCS secure per mits to store and burn hazardous GoodbreaU is unsure the city would be in the position to take ihe battle into the 1 hate to say that we would go to the courtroom unless 1 knew the If were talking about hundreds or thousands knowing what were up against at this point 1 might be reluc tant to spend thai much but 1 am in no way wanting to sideline or slough this issue Another issue the mayor is not to slough off is the issue of the Comal Springs going Goodbread said the city should Sw
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