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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 16, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas June 1991 Page 9A Water park to host ACS event Childrens second Duck Race to be held on July 7 New Braunfels City Manager Paul Grohman and Police Chief Dick Headen examine some of the prizes to be raffled during Saturdays Cops and Robbers Benefit Softball Tournament for the local Emergen cy Childrens Cops and Robbers benefit set The American Cancer Societys second Great New Braunfels Duck Race is set for July at Schliltcrbahn Water Parks new Surfcnburg Entrance to the area is at 370 Lincoln The day will be celebrated as American Cancer Society Day at In addition to the duck the Comal County ACS unit will host a Golden Duck Egg a look alike contests and such childrens games as a tugofwar in Prizes will be The duck races is a fundraiser for the Comal County Unit of which reminds participants that con tributions are tax Ticket chairman Theresa Walton has announced that tickets at per duck will be available at HEB from 9 to noon each Saturday this Sales also arc set during performances at Grucne Hall Saturday evenings June 22 and 29 and July Tickets also arc available by calling event chairman Mike Barr at 6252111 unit president Mary Faria at 194 or Walton at 62591 Those sponsoring ducks in the race will be eligible for donated by businesses including New Braunfcls Prince Solms RockinR River Grist Mill Johnsons Fur niture Colcman Creative Eye Wear and Ticket holders need not be present to TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR WEIGHT Permanent Weight control Through Hypnotherapy and Neuro Linguistic Programming CALL FOR FREE INFO LONNIE SHOEMAKER Certified Hypnotherapist and NLP Practitioner 6291008 New Braunfels The citys top Police Chief Dick has introduced to suspicious City Manager Paul Grohman evidence supporting his conviction that the upcoming Cops and Robbers Benefit Softball Tourna ment will be a The pair examined a mug book of prizes donated by area businesses and individuals for Cops adults and Childrcns The to be staged Saturday at the Camp Comal Park softball field on Kuehler will feature a softball tournament organized by the New Braunfcls Police Officers Sponsor is Joe Miller of Wholesale and play begins at 8 Law enforcement teams from New Braunfcls and communities as far away as Denton will compete with loc al business The roster includes teams from WalMart Distri bution WestPoint New Braunfels Mission Valley Mill in their first NBPOA tournament Canyon High School Those attending will be able to purchase frozen hotdogs and sausage on a Sponsors of vending include TCBY and Larry Hildebrand of Hillshire A bake sale will be staged by the NBPD Sports card showings will be sponsored by Steve Page of The Front Page Card Shop and Darryl Fishbeck of New Patrons are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and leave other food and drinks at All proceeds from the events go to support of the local Emergency Childrens During the championship winners names for the Cops and Childrens Raffle will be Tickets can be purchased in advace at the lobby of the police department or at the Comal softball field the day of the Cops raffle prizes have been donated by Barkel Out Door Play Ernestos Mill Store Plaza Opas Texas 4H begins Mexican exchange Texas 4H has received a grant for a student exchange with the Autonomous Uni versity of Coahuila in While world attention has focused recently on our relations wuh Mexico because of the trade this two way exchange of the most promising young people from each country may very well identify our future trade scientists and business said Zerle director of the Texas Agricultural Extension We want to offer them a new awareness of the global community and the career opportuni ties Remigio Bales rector president of the partner university in led a delegation to Texas recently to review plans for the threeyear exchange The Linkages Project is funded by the Kellogg Founda tion through the National 4H Fifteen high school students from each country will live with 4H host taking part in a cultural exchange designed to help them dis cover the positive values of a new cul ture and to dispel negative stereotypes in their families and A community service project dur ing the exchange will provide a means to share customs and com munity A limited number of scholarships are funded as part of the exchange Patio Coming Ware in San Marcos and New Revere FullSize Leather Loft and Wallet Donors for the childrens raffle are Little Barrys Under Pass Das Jims Candys Tom my The Front Page and Dar ryl IRAS HIYIELD SECURE 1105 Eikel AND FARM BUREAU TEXAS Helping You Is What We Do Best ANNUITIES SAFE LIQUIDITY 6256924 Lacks 24 Hour 0 These Prices Good 24 Hours Only Friday 10 Hours I08pm Saturday 8 Hours 106 pm Sunday 6 Hours 126 pm OPEN SUNDAY Colonial Queen Size Sleeper Smiths Colonial sofa sleeper opens into a queen size Rich earthtone colors are highlighted by a hint of 91143 99 Loveseat Accent Tables parquet Natural oak finis 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