New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 20, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 20, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas T uesday August 20, 1991 WST AVAILABLE COPY I Arte Braunfels 184 3-I 593ij 25 Cents Serving NEW BRA ai Amparo F. Corroa One Section, 12 Pages Stammtisch Body found in lake Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung wishes “happy birthday” today to Hilda Krueger, Nathan Klabunde, Amparo F. Correa, Grade Juarez and Johnny Suarez. Belated birthday greetings to Elsa Gilbert and Elsa Eschbach. Know of a birthday or anniversary? Give our receptionist a call the day before at 625-9144 — we’d like to share in the greetings. Ice cream social The New Braunfels Newcomers Club will meet at 7 p.m. today for its annual ice cream social. Members are urged to bring ice cream, cookies or cake to the gathering at the Senior Citizens Center, 142 Comal Street. VFW meeting George A. Garcia Veterans of Foreign Wars Memorial Post 11050 and Auxiliary will meet at 7:30 p.m. today at American Legion Home Comal Post 179,410 W. Coll. Queen contest Final preparations are being made for the 1991 l air Queen Contest. Any junior girl enrolled at a high school in Comal County is eligible to participate, lf you arc interested in being a candidate, please call Peggy Meckel at 629-3953 or 625-8942, or Shirley Kivlin at 625 4279 or 629-3554. Your immediate response is needed lo be included in all publicity. GOP barbecue Commissioners of Agriculture Rick Perry will be the featured guest allhc Sunday Comal County Republican Party fund raiser barbecue and auction. The 7 p.m. event will be held at the Clyde Johnson & Sons Ranch, Farm-to-Markel Road 1863 near U.S. Highway 281. All mc welcome, For reservations, contact Robbie Bor-chcrs at 625-3170. Art League A potluck supper followed by a group critique of members’ artworks is the program at the New Braunfels Art League meeting tonight at 6:30 at die Arts Center, 646 Walnut Square The Art League will provide die meat, drinks and tableware and the members will bring salads, vegetables and desserts. Spouses are invited. School Immunizations Back-lo school immunization clinics are being conducted by the Comal County Health Department at the Knight’s of Columbus Hall across from the main entrance to lamia Park Tuesday's clinic is open to persons of all ages arui Thursday's will be limned lo diose at least 4 years old. Hours arc 9-11 ain. arui I -4 p m. For more information call 620-5595. Thrifty changes The T een Conned ion Thrift Shop will be closed through Friday in preparation for a grand reopen mg and summer clearance sale Saturday. Among the items to be marked down drastically are books, belts and ties. Teen training Teen Connection will hold a training session for young people interested in volunteering at the Teen Scene The training will be from IO a rn to noon Saturday at the boutique, located next to the From Staff Reports CANYON LAKE — The body of a 69-year-old Canyon Lake man, missing since February, was recovered off the shores of Canyon Lake Hills this morning by divers. Lloyd Blaine Holden was last seen Feb. 28 driving a gray 1977 Ford station wagon from Andy’s Auto Mart in Startzville. His disappearance sparked a countywidc search by family members and friends. Holden was recovered by divers from the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office Dive Team. Chief Deputy Wayne Hohcrz of the Comal County Sheriffs Office said divers swimming off the boat ramp in Canyon Lake Hills Monday discovered the station wagon and notified the authorities. The dive team from Bexar County was called out this morning to help recover the car and body. The station wagon was iii 15 feet of water, 30 feet off shore, according to authorities. Recovered from the vehicle was a shotgun and pistol. Precinct 3 Justice of the Peace Fred Stewart pronounced Holden dead at 10:40 a.m. An autopsy will be performed at the Travis County Medical Examiner’s Office in Austin. Checking out life in the computer lab of Bill Brown Elementary School during Sunday s dedication festivities is Jakob Willmar!, who will begin first grade at the new Comal Independent School District facility on Wednesday. (Photos by Bob Stewart)Brown honored as school opens Local teen upset over Soviet cou Brown family who were attending the ceremony, including Linda Brown, wife of the late superintendent. “Bill Brown loved the Lord, his family and had a dedication to life,” Heels said. “Bill meant a lot to all of The colors were presented by Boy Scouts of Canyon Lake Troop 320 The pledge of allegiance was led by fifth-grade student Apryl Metcalf Music teacher Shem Smith led the singing of the national anthem. Jim Kern. a BBES parent and nationally known public speaker, addressed the crowd “Kids are our most important resource,’* Kern said. “When you make a promise to a child, put thai promise on the top of our priority list.” Parents must listen to mar children not only with ears but also eyes and hearts. Kern said. Guests at the dedication included County Judge Carter Casteel. County Commissioners Moe Schwab, Pat Hernandez and J.L. “Jumbo’’ Evans. New Braunfels ISD Superintendent Charles Bradberry, NB1SD School Board President Jean Ward. and Comal County Sheriff Jack Bremer. CISD Superintendent Joe Rogers addresses about 1.500 guests gathered for the school s dedication. “Bill Brown Elementary School makes ll stateoftheart campuses (for the district),” School Board President Lee Ikels said. “Mr Brown came to CISD when it was divided, with no sense of a future. He had a belief in simple hard work and honesty and that a child who is well-loved is better able to learn.” Ikels introduced members of the tcndent Joe Rogers said. “I’m delighted with the decision to dedicate this school lo the memory of Bill Brown. We thank him for his leadership ” Bill Brown was superintendent of CISD since January 1985. He died of cancer last December He was instrumental in the passage of two bond issues and the construction of three new schools.Beasley named publisher of Dumas paper Lone* Beasley has been named editor and publisher of the Moore County News Messenger in Dumas. Texas.    _ ">ccn advcr »n g director the    WBNe* Br au if els    -    JigHt'j.J /e..\4 t    \ *J1| for die past 18^^ g | lfl months Be'orc^Bi coming to New-    JJS! Braunfels he wasp    ^ retail sales mana I W I ger of the So* An- ■■—-■J—— Ionia ut hi Before going to San Antonio Sea sley was advertising directors of the Pasadena Can en in Pasadena, Texas, for three and a half years Beasley's newspaper career began in his hometown of New Orleans, La., where he worked for five yean with Guide Newspaper He was graduated from Behtman High School in New Orleans in 1969 before receiving a journalism degree from Georgia Slate University rn Atlanta. Ga . ta 1974. Beasley. 40, has long been acuvc in civic affairv serving as president of the New Braunfels Evening Rotary Club for the 1991-92 Rotary year In Pasadena, he was bulletin editor for the Rotary Club of Pasadena, member See BEASLEY, Pan# 2Good Day Partly cloudy arid hot cotidiuutis today yield only a very slight chance for rain. Temperatures ranging from a high near 99 to att overnight tow rn the mid 70s, accompanied by winds from the southeast at IO IS mph are lore cast- No change is foreseen for Wednesday, in New Braunfels Monday, lite high was 98 and the overnight low was bl. Fur weather details, please see Page 2. Pat Socta addresses a near capacity crowd on the subject of sexual abstinence (Photo by Robert Stewart) Walking ‘freedom road' urged by speaker on sex “I challenge you young people to tie fro;.” Sofia said “Saying no may save your life.** The pressure put on young people by the media and society to have sex creates false impressions that sex ut tree and safe, she said “Sex isn’t free — ti costs commitment. respect and love,'' she said “Sex codlin t possibly be free — it s too good ” I here are two types ut sex educe lion, according to Socta The first ut a Sa* SIX, Peoa! By ROBERT •TEWARI •Ult Writer “Keep your buttons buttoned nght, all your appels zipped up tight,“ said Hat Socia. sexual abstinence speaker “Walk the freedom mad ” Socta addressed a new full room at the New Braunfels Civic Center Mon day rughi ut a program sponsored by the Comal alai New Braunfels oak pendent achoo! districts. New Braun fels Munster tai Alliance ol Churches ara! New Braunfels Middle School Harem Teacher Association. CLAS bill EU .. COMICS CROSSWORD OBAR ABBY.. HOROSCOPE RECORDS SPORTS _____ TV LISTINGS WEATHER__ ;

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