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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 30, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Papa 2A New Texas Weather June 1991 NBU will Water Watch Canyon Lake same Canyon Lake down 15 Canyon Lake down Additional figures unavailable Saturday South Texas forecasts TODAY Mostly cloudy tonight with widely scattered Mostly cloudy on Sunday with scattered to numerous showers and Highs Sunday in the mid to upper 80s coast and the upper 80s to lower 90s Lows tonight in the MONDAYWEDNESDAY Hill Country and South Central partly cloudy with widely scattered showers and thunder Lows in the Highs in Texas Coastal partly cloudy with scattered showers and Lows from the 70s inland to 80s at the Highs from 90s inland to near 90 at the Lower Texas Rio Grande Valley and partly cloudy with scattered showers or thunder Obituaries Bernardino Moscheau Funeral services for Bemardine of New Braunfels will be at 3 Monday at Peter and Paul Catholic Church with the Eugene OCallaghan Bur ial will follow at Peter and Paul Catholic a resident of Kirk wood died June at McKenna Memorial She was born July in to Bernard and Dora Kalb She married Theodore Moscheau in Rochester He pre ceded her in death in She was a homemaker and resident of New Braunfels since She lived much of her life in Long Survivors include a Theodore Moscheau and wife Paula of New Braunfels a Ann Diesel of a Robert Ritz of and two Rebekah Moscheau and Sarah both of New Rosary will be recited at today at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Bradley Wheeler Funeral services for Bradley of New will be at 4 Monday at Zoeller Funer al Burial will follow at Comal Wheeler died June at Guadalupe Valley Hospital in He was bom October to Hobson and Vella Roland He married Ruby McGlaun April in New a retired oil field had lived in New Braunfels since August He was a member of the Church of Christ and the Veterans of Foreign He had served in the military during World Survivors include his Ruby Wheeler of New Braunfels two step Linda Wimberley and Jean both of New Braunfels a Peggy Hendrich of Clegg a Tommy Wheeler of Ohio two Clovis Tate of Arkansas and Harvey Tate of Victoria nine grandchildren and 13 Pallbearers will be Ronnie Daniel Danny Rod ney Ricky Criss and Shane The family requests that memorials be directed to the American Heart Martin Peterson Graveside services for Martin on New Braunfels will be at Monday at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery m San Peterson died June at McKenna Memorial He was born July to Martin and Leone Richards He married Clare Mitchell in Las He was a 13year resident of New He was a member of the Lutheran A retired Peterson had served in both Kore a and Survivors include his Clare Peterson of New Braunfels two Suzanne Parks of West and Sheila Euper of two Stephen Parks of and Stuart Parks of a Delores Steward of seven grandchildren and two great Local arrangements are with Zoell er Funeral The family requests that memorials be directed to the American Cancer Stammtisch Continued from J records and puzzles for the annual October book Get those over stuffed bookshelves cleaned Donations directly benefit the library through acquisitions and programs funded by the Bring donations to the library or call Douma at 6293048 for No textbooks or maga Discovery series Children can learn the answers to many questions in this weeks Discovery Series at the Childrens Museum in New Registration for morning work shops arc from Tues day through Children from 612 years old are invited to parti cipate in two classes each Parents pick up the youngsters at For more information call Blood drive First United Methodist Church of New Braunfels will sponsor a blood drive June The South Texas Regional Blood Bank will be accepting donors from in Wesley Hall at the Wesley Hall is accessible from the churchs Mill Street park ing Free cholesterol screening is available for For more information contact Cari Gray at 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 seek grant ByMARKWARNKEN Staff Writer New Braunfels Utilities is prepar ing to for an state grant necessary to extend to sewer services to twjp tennis ranches the city plans to annex by the end of the T Bar M Tennis Ranch and the John Newcombe Tennis located next to each other on state Highway 46 just northwest of the city together have agreed to contri bute about to the proposed million utility extension and to support annexation by the NBU General Manager Bob Sohn told the utilitys board of trustees NBU will apply for the grant July 21 through a state Department of Commerce economic development said who estimated the utilitys current chances of approval at about 60 The util ity should receive a decision by the end of he Without the NBU wont be financially able to proceed with the project this Sohn So it will be the end of the year or later before we can consider construc tion on the Sohn Theres just some bureaucratic red tape weve got to go through relative to the agency concerning certain documentation for the grant applica I would say at this point that everything is in Preliminary design work required for the grant application already has been he I think its important to recognize that we cannot move forward without the said NBU Trustee Robert I hope everybody understands that If the grant doesnt come then it will be another year before we can try again and they have some more money New Braunfels Mayor James Goodbread said the city will be required to hold two public hearings on the proposed which he said is a positive move for both the city and the tennis Garbage Fun in the sun Swimsuitclad youngsters sun themselves on the steps of New Braunfels1 historic First Protestant Church after a splash in portable pools on the church The children are students at the First Protestant Church Day Care housed adjacent to the church on Seguin Photo by Annalies Schlickenrieder Vietnam memorial replica at capitol AUSTIN AP The sixday Capitol Salute to Texas Troops began Saturday when about 300 people gathered at a replica of the Vietnam War Although the recent Desert Storm conflict may be uppermost in our the purpose of the Capitol Salute to Texas Troops is to remem ber and honor all Texas men and all Texas women who have served with distinction in our countrys armed said Land Commissioner Garry organizer of the troop Mauro made the comments during a morning ceremony opening the memorial To all those to all the fam ilies we Texans offer our gratitude for doing a dangerous and a difficult job on behalf of all of and we mourn those who paid the ultimate and we welcome home those who and we salute you Mauro The Moving a halfsize repli ca of the 500footlong Vietnam War will be on display on the Capitol grounds through Volunteers will be on hand around theclock to help identify the names of the Americans killed or miss ing in the Rick a veteran of both the Vietnam and Persian Gulf said its appropriate to remember the monuments symbolism The wall is partially responsible for the reception Desert Storm veter ans arc Lenoir It raised the conscious level that if you dont agree with the you dont shoot the you take it up with the policy A massive parade featuring mili tary a tribute from Ann Richards and a fireworks display all are scheduled to salute the troops and a 320foot yellow ribbon already embraces the Capitol DWI DIVORCE WILLS Continued from Page 1A delivered for more than six Sanitation department customers pay 50 cents a month toward updating the and about of the total will come from this Grohman Several years before we started replacing we had trucks broken down air the Council Member Bill Arnold Every time I looked there was a break down where they had to work late into the night to catch up on their Such breakdowns involving costly personnel overtime have been largely avoided through the fleet updating Assistant City Manager Hector Tamayo The former mechanical problems resulted in safety and insurance liabil ity concerns and sometimes meant residential garbage remained out on the curb up to 20 plenty of time for dogs to cause considerable prob Grohman The major concerns were not only the accidents and the but the garbage simply wasnt getting picked up on a regular he The citys 13 garbage trucks make about million stops each year or about stops Grohman over the last three have made a commitment to place as many containers as possible so we can use the oneman Grohman They are more number number they are much more costeffective because you have much less Number they are a much cleaner operation because you dont have to worry about putting bags out and so Voting were Mayor James Good Mayor Pro Tern Ramon Chapa and Council Members Loraine Clinton Rudy Seidel and Paul ESTHER SEIDEL ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW Assistant Criminal District Attorney 6296627 373E Landa Landa Plaza Fully licensed by the Supreme Court of not certified by Tx Board of Legal Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park PRENEED SERVICES Office At Park Announcing the Opening of The Garden of Serenity July 1991 Your Perpetual Care Cemetery FAMILY OWNED SINCE 1952 3794094 Seguin 46 Box New TX 781310896 BRONZE MEMORIALS Hours Weekdays LIFE All types of Insurance Call 6257511 for a quote Marshall Schaake 6587101 San Antonio 18006831625 457F Landa New Braunfels July 4th So that we can spend the holiday with our family and friends we well CLOSED THURSDAY JULY 4th pur advertising deadlines have been changed to jaccomodate the Display Advertising Publication July 4th July 5th July 7th Deadline July 1st PM July 3rd Noon July 3rd PM u Classified Line Ads July 4th July 5th July 2nd PM July 3rd PM f ES QUALITY HAVE TO BE EXPENSIVE ABSOLUTELY NOT OUR REPUTATION HAS BEEN BUILT UPON THE FACT THAT WE USE ONLY THE FINEST QUALITY YET OUR PRICES ARE LOWER THAN MOST OPTICAL DISPENSARIES IN SAN SINGLE VISION COMPLETE LENSES AND FRAME PRICES BEGIN AT KRYPTOK BIFOCALS COMPLETEI LENSES AND FRAMES PRICES BEGIN AT 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