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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 21, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas flE8T AVAILABLj HIO 75 Cents i 175 Serving NEW BRAUNFELS and COMAL COUNTY Home of Werner Rahe BEL TX Leiiuno Ll t f Sunday July 1991 Three 44 Pages stammtisch NB man rescued from sea Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung wishes happy birthday today to William Roberta Garrett Oscar Diaz Carol Oino Cristobal Lagunas and Mamie Celebrating a birthday Danny Alan Dale and Kyle Belated birthday greetings to Gina DC La Sue Celia Soila Christina Hill and Ed Celebrating an anniversary and Charlenc Ainslcy and Gary and Marion Belated anniversary greetings to Ed and Emma Lou Know of a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Cheerleader car wash New Braunfels Middle School cheerleaders are planning to wash cars July 30 at the park ing lot adjacent to HEB grocery store on West San Antonio Street from 1 to 4 The cheerleaders arc raising money for a number of Evening Rotary Safc City Director Mike Grist will be the guest speaker at the New Braunfels Evening Rotary Club at 6 July 23 at Omas Haus Summer festival Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church is sponsoring its annual summer festival 2 and 3 at the 138 Festivi ties begin 2 at 6 with free Grounds open 8 Saturday with a volleyball Plenty of a car and dances are Open house Get a sneak preview of the new Seniors Center of Comal County during Open set for noon to 3 today at the facility under renovation at 651 Landa Every one is invited to tour the Refreshments and entertainment will be Auditions set Circle Arts Theatre will be hold ing auditions for its fall produc Noises Off on July 23 at 7 The play is a Brit ish comedy about a theatre com pany up against the deadline of opening a with every con ceivable problem happening in the llth Roles exist for four women and five ages 18 to According to director Eli zabeth Elliott this is not a show for novices to attempt because the action is fastpaced and the timing is intrinsic to the technical aspect of the For more information call Friends for Rivers Local environmental Friends for Rivers will sponsor a forum July 30 at Victoria Bank and Trust 1000 Walnut Rebecca associate director of public relations for the Texas Nature Conservancy will be the guest Realty class New Braunfels Board of Real tors is sponsoring six hours of Tcx SM 2 ByMARKWARNKEN Staff Writer A former New Braunfels coach and his two grandchildren were among the 39 tourists and crew members rescued by other pleasure crafts after their charter fishing boat sank into the Gulf of Mexico The Dolphin Express a deepsea fishing boat based in Port had left its dock about and was about 12 miles off the coast when it began taking on water in the stern about said Coast Guard Kelly Roberts of the Corpus Christ Marine Safely Morris Josh and Kcndal all of New Braun returned home uninjured late Fri day night after leaving for the coast early that morning for their first deep sea fishing charter They often fish at the coast from a 17foot boat Smith Smith said he had hooked a 30pound jackfish while fishing on the stem about 10 miles After landing the fish 25 minutes he returned to the stem to find ankledeep The three crew members passed out life jackets as the passengers moved to the bow and tried to balance the sinking 60foot boat to keep it from said now a math teacher in San See A river wedding Before Susannah Scarborough and Christopher Lee both graduate students in tied the knot at the First United Methodist Church in New Braunfels they took to the Comal River Saturday for a refreshing mock The James brother of the participated in the mock wedding and will perform the real thing The couple picked New Braunfels for their wedding because they said it has always been their favorite vacation Photo by Annalies Schlickenrieder CAD to consider making appointment Saturday mishap Travis Thrift of the 300 block of Tanglewood is lifted into the ambulance by New Braunfels Emergency Medical Service technicians after the motorcycle he was driving was involved in an accident with another vehicle at the intersection of West Bridge Street and South Santa Clara Avenue Saturday Ilia Whittele of the 800 block of the driver of the was Thrift was treated at McKenna Memorial Photo by Robert Stewart ByMARKWARNKEN Staff Writer The Comal Appraisal DisUict board of directors will consider Monday appointing a chief appraiser from a list of The board is scheduled to meet at 7 at the appraisal district 430 West Mill Board members are expected to meet in an executive ses sion before discussing and possibly taking action to appoint a chief Acting Chief Appraiser Lynn Rod gers is one of the seven He was interviewed by the board in executive session the last two Other finalists are Katliy John Allen Harold John Haliburton and Bruce Rodgcrs has headed the agency since former Chief Appraiser Richard Rhodes left the agency in February to take the chief appraisers position in Ellis Rhodes replaced Chief Appraiser Russell who was placed on medical leave in 1990 and later From Hummel beginnings CAD board of directors will consider naming a chief appraiser at a meeting losignccl in Rhodes had been the chief appraiser of Comal CAD for four years before taking the position in In other the board is sche duled to Present a service award to Charles who recently resigned from the Appraisal Review Board for health Consider distributing matching funds from CADs discontinued retirement plan to participating Continue discussing the preliminary 1992 Consider routine budget amend ments and an annual computer ser vices contract with the Comal Inde pendent School Group forms to reach Good Pav Hummel goal Todays forecast calls for a high of There is a 20 percent chance of Low tonight will be in the mid70s accompanied by mild south For more weather please see Page BUSINESS 1213A CLASSIFIED 61 2B COMICS 1016C CROSSWORD 3A DEAR ABBY 11A ENTERTAINMENT 5B HOROSCOPE 48 KALEIDOSCOPE1 5B OPINIONS4A RECORDS 5A SPORTS 1416A TV LISTINGS 19C WEATHER 2A By MARK WARNKEN Stall Writer The nations only Hummel scheduled to open in New Braunfels in about a continues to attract nationwide attention as fundraising efforts lake The local museum came a step closer to reality with the announcement last week a nonprofit The Hummel Museum which grew out of a Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce formed to support the Preliminary negotiations on purchasing a site for a to foot building are now under and un architect should be hired The museum will house a collection of about 350 original Hummel paintings and drawings through a leasepurchase agreement with the the Jacques Naucr family of stewards of the woi Ids largest collection of Hum mel Artist Rcrta born in Lower Get joined he Franciscan nuns at Siesscn in 1931 to become Sister Maria Iinuveniia While a member of the her unique depiction of children attracted ihc interest of a publishing Ars Saci a Jose Mueller whidi in religious art and She died in November Today her art lives on in noiecaids and many other Threedimensional porcelain figurines based on her art are especially MtJSEUM NEW TEXAS David board president of The Hummel Museum and Herb the museums executive examine the new ban ner hanging in the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerces Visitors Center Photo by Maik Warnkeri among many of whom belong lo a nation wide llummd collectors Nauer is president of Ars Hdilion which publishes calendars and other aims based on thefamily s 1 Jis great grandparents founded Ai s Sacra Josef Mueller Museum arc now available ty calling M5 writing The Hummel Museum Box M I New Texas 78K1I A fundraising goal is sdicilulcil to be announced in mid and local support will Uthe bouid hcsuieni Pavid I VuluiiieciS ate 2A The addition of in dona tions brings the fund drive for the new Seniors Center of Comal County to still short of the There are 11 days left in the fund For a list of the latest see Page
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