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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 20, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday August 1991 etun 196 Serving NEW BRA Amparo Corrca One 12 Pages Stammtlsch Best wishes The New Braunfek Herald Zeitung wishes happy birthday today to Hilda Nathan Amparo Gra de Juarez and Johnny Belated birthday greetings to Elsa Gilbert and Elsa Know of a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Ice cream social The New Braunfcls Newcomers Club will meet at 7 today for its annual ice cream Mem bers are urged to bring ice cookies or cake to the gathering at the Senior 142 Comal VFW meeting George Garcia Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Post 11050 and Auxiliary will meet at today at American Leg ion Home Comal Post Queen contest Final preparations are being made for the 1991 Fair Queen Any junior girl enrolled at a high school in Comal County is eligible to If you arc interested in being a please call Peggy Meckcl at 6293953 or or Shirley Kivlin at 6254279 or Your immediate response is needed to be included in all public GOP barbecue Commissioners of Agriculture Rick Perry will be the featured guest at the Sunday Comal County Republican Party fund raiser bar becue and The 7 event will be held at the Clyde Johnson Sons Farmto Market Road 1863 near High way All are contact Robbie Bor chers at Art League A potluck supper followed by a group critique of members art works is the program at the New Braunfels Art League meeting tonight at at the Arts 646 Walnut The Art League will provide the drinks and tableware and the mem bers will bring vegetables and Spouses are School Immunizations Backtoschool immunization clinics are being conducted by the Comal County Health Department at the Knights of Columbus Hall across from the main entrance to Landa Tuesdays clinic is open to persons of all ages and Thursdays will be limited to those at least 4 years Hours are 911 and 14 For more infor mation call Thrifty changes The Teen Connection Thrift Shop will be closed through Friday in preparation for a grand reopen ing and summer clearance sale Among the items to be marked down drastically arc bolts and Teen training Teen Connection will hold a training session for young people interested in volunteering at the Teen The training will be from 10 to noon Saturday at the located next to the 2 Good Day Partly cloudy and hot conditions today yield only a very slight chance for Temperatures ranging from a high near 99 to an overnight low in the accompanied by winds from the southeast at 1015 inph are fore No change is foreseen for In New Braunfels the high was 98 and the overnight low was For weather please see Page DEAR TV Body found in lake From Staff Reports CANYON LAKE The body of a 69yearold Canyon Lake miss ing since was recovered off the shores of Canyon Lake Hills this morning by Lloyd Blainc Holden was last seen 28 driving a gray 1977 Ford sta tion wagon from Andys Auto Mart in His disappearance sparked a countywide search by family mem bers and Holden was recovered by divers from the Bexar County Sheriffs Office Dive Chief Deputy Wayne Hohcrz of the Comal County Sheriffs Office said divers swimming off the boat ramp in Canyon Lake Hills Monday discov ered the station wagon and nptificd the The dive team from Bcxar County was called out this morning to help recover the car and Ihe station wagon was in 15 feet of 30 feet off according to Recovered from the vehi cle was a shotgun and Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace Fred Stewart pronounced Holden dead at An autopsy will be performed at the Travis County Medical Examiners Office in Local teen upset over Soviet coup Resistance to Soviet coup Economic impact not yet Page 3 By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer The world was stunned by news that Mikhail Gorbachev of the Soviet Union had been ousted from power by hardline But the news also hit some people hard right here in New Elizabeth a senior at New Braunfcls High toured the Soviet Union in June as part of a the youth travel seminar called The Peo ple and the Church in the Soviet It puts more significance on our Ivy Hopefully we touched some lives and that they can use that as a reason to All of the our trip just has huge importance to It doesnt seem right that the Soviet Union could take a backward step in right when things were starting to open she Im really sad about Im afraid for the lives of the people that I especially in Moscow and Lenin Ivy And Im real angry I think its time for them to be Ivy met and befriended many Soviet people during her twoweek visit to that country and feels a defi nite personal connection to events Im sad for them that they have to go through it But they are very hopeful thats something I learned from them while I was I feel that theyll have hope and theyll work through this and theyre going to be she As much as Im afraid for I feel that theyre a lot stronger and that theyll be able to make Elizabeths said that her daughters trip to the Soviet Union has brought the events closer to It was quite a shes been very affected by Ivy Maynard Elizabeths father said that he is glad that she is home and that he is for the Russian Im glad that she had lite oppor tunity for the trip in that window of time and am very thankful that shes Ivy I feel their lead Checking out life in the computer lab of Bill Brown Elementary School during Sundays dedication festivities is Jakob Willman who will beain first grade at the new Comal Independent School District facility on Photos by Bob Stewart Brown honored as school opens mr By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer About people turned out Sun day afternoon for the dedication of the new Bill Brown Elementary School 20410 Highway 46 in The dedicated to the late Comal Independent School District will begin classes The most important people here today are the students that will popu late this school Princi pal Tripp Presley I have a vis ion for Bill Brown Elementary School a place where every child that walks through the door goes away feeling a little better about them I think Brown would approve of that kind of school if he were here Presley recognized the custodial staff of the new school which has worked 70 hours a week the last three weeks to make sure the school would be He also praised Roy CISD maintenance and buildings director for seeing the con struction through from beginning to Presley deserves a tremend ous amount of CISD Superin Firm seeking interim status in permit bid ByMARKWARNKEN SUHWrlUr Lafarge Corporation has filed for interim status as required under new Environmental Protection Agen cy regulations to preserve efforts at the federal level to secure approval for its alternativefuel plan at the com panys local cement The EPA recently established a new program for regulating the bum ing of hazardous wastederived fuels in boilers and industrial including cement These new federal regulations are commonly called the Boiler and Industrial Fur nace B1F Lafarge Cor porations Southern Region President Fred Under BIF facilities already using hazardous or facilities that have committed substantial resources in preparation for are entitled to file for interim TOs means the four years of per mitting procedure that we have been through will not Koester If you do not file for interim you basically start Interim status is designed to ensure a smooth transition to permanent sta tus under EPA Even with interim Lafarge will still have to obtain two stale permits and com ply with BIF 2 CISD Superintendent Joe Rogers addresses about guests gathered for the schools tendent Joe Rogers Im delight ed with the decision to dedicate this school to the memory of Bill We thank him for his Bill Brown was superintendent of CISD since January He died of cancer last He was instru mental in the passage of two bond issues and the construction of three new Bill Brown Elementary School makes 11 stateoftheart campuses for the School Board Presi dent Lee Dcels Brown came to CISD when it was with no sense of a He had a belief in simple hard work and honesty and that a child who is wellloved is better able to Dcels introduced members of the Pat Soda addresses a nearcapacity crowd on the subject of sexual Photo by Robert Stewart Walking freedom road urged by speaker on sex By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer Keep your buttons buttoned all your zippers zipped up said Pat sexual abstinence Walk Uie freedom Socia addressed a nearfull room at the New Braunfels Civic Center Mon day night in a program sponsored by the Comal and New Braunfels inde pendent school New Braun fels Ministerial Alliance of Churches and New Braunfels Middle School ParentTeacher I challenge you young people to be Socia Saying no may save your The pressure put on young people by the media and society to have sex creates false impressions that sex is free and she Sex isnt free it costs commit respect and she Sex couldnt possibly be free its too There are two types of sex educa according to The first is a Brown family who were attending the including Linda wife of the late superintendent Bill Brown loved the his family and had a dedication to Dcels Bill meant a lot to all of The colors were presented by Boy Scouts of Canyon Lake Troop The pledge of allegiance was led by fifthgrade student Apryl Music teacher Sherri Smith led the singing of the national Jim a BBES parent and nationally known public addressed the Kids are our most important Kem When you make a promise to a put that promise on the top of our priority Parents must listen to their children not only with ears but also eyes and Kern Guests at the dedication included County Judge Carter County Commissioners Moe Pat Hernandez and Jumbo New Braunfels ISO Superintendent Charles NBISD School Board President Jean and Com al County Sheriff Jack Beasley named publisher of Dumas paper Beasley has been named editor and publisher of the Moore County News Messenger in Beasley has been advertising director of the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung for the past 18 Before coming to New Braunfels he was retail sales mana ger of the San An tonio Beasley Before going to San Antonio Bea sley was advertising directors of the Pasadena Citizen in for three and a half Beasleys newspaper career began in his home town of New where he worked for five years with Guide He was graduated from Behrman High School in New Orleans in 1969 before receiving a journalism degree from Georgia State University in in has long been active in civic serving as president of the New Braunfels Evening Rotary Club for the Rotary In he was bulletin editor for the Rotary Club of member
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