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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 25, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                NEW BRAUNFEL3 and COMAL COUNTY ieitiinq of Alva Lillian Neal Wednesday September 1991 Two 22 Pages Stammtisch Best withes The New Brautfels Herald Zeliung winhcs happy birthday today to Klmbcrly Kolcttc Kristcn Henrietta Patricia Vela and Lcvi Belated birthday wishes to Lisa Ostccn and Elva Wishes for a happy anniversary today to Erwin and Irene Belated anniversary wishes to and Roland Smith and Jose Angel and Beatrice Know of a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the German folk songs Parents wanting their children to learn German folksongs arc encouraged to bring them to Bava rian Village Restaurant 29 at 3 For more infor mation call David Smith at 6291785 after Volunteers needed Volunteers arc needed to serve as hostesses and ticket seller for this years Heritage spon sored by the Heritage Society at the Civic Center during This years theme is The Home Front To volunteer call Rose Marie Zipp at 6252520 or Cora Jane Wclsch at Kitchen course The Comal County Extension Service is offering the American Heart Associations Culinary Hearts Kitchen course on and 3 at the Extension meeting The course will focus on recommendations to reduce the risk of heart Lab experi ences and food preparation will be a pan of each The cost is per participant and reserva tions are Call 6259178 for more Flu vaccine Influenza flu vaccine is now available at the Comal County Health Department for a fee of per The vaccine may be obtained every Tuesday from 911 or 14 The Health Department is located in the Com al County Courthouse in down town New On 25 only the vaccine will be provided without charge to Comal County senior citizens through the spon sorship of the Downtown New Braunfcls Rotary For more information call Welhnachtsmarkt This years Wcihnachtsmarkt is slated for and 24 at the Civic Center in New A roundlrip ticket to compliments of Lufthansa Air will be raffled Presale of raffle tickets is underway at the Sophicnburg Museum Monday through Saturday 10 to 5 and Sunday 15 and the Sophicnburg Archives Monday through Friday 10 to 3 Tickets are each or three tickets for Veterans to march All veterans of foreign wars arc invited to join the George Gar cia VFW Memorial Post 11050 in a veterans inarch in the Comal County Fair Parade 80 2A Good Day A nice sunny and with a high near winds from the north at 1015 mph and an overnight low near 52 Is Similar eondi lions are expected through In New Braunfeln the high wan 89 and the overnight low wp In the 24hour IHHUH ending at 7 inch of rain nan bwn Fw weatiier iw Paje CLASSIFIED 00MIQ8 OH088WORO 3A DIAfl AB0Y 3A EDUCATION 38 HOROSCOPE KALEIDOSCOPE 16B OPINIONI 4A WSOOR08 8A TV LIITWQ8 JA Police and fire department personnel examine a burned out car in the driveway of a New Braunfels One man was killed and an autoosv has been Photo by Robert Stewart Texas Ranger explains agencys role By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer Texas Ranger Ramiro Ray Mar tinez spoke to the monthly meeting of the Republican Mens Club of Comal County Tuesday I have been to different places and people dont know about the Texas Martinez As a matter of our office in San Antonio receives calls from time to time for reservations to ball Some people know that the Texas Rangers are a part of history but dont realize exist and play a rote in law enforcement in Texas Martinez The Rangers were founded by Ste phen Austin to protect the early Texas They have been involved in fighting the serv ing in the Civil interceding in the war between cattlemen and as well as the salt war and the water rights Martinez During 1920s they dealt with bank robbers arid the 1930s saw an oil boom in Texas with increased prob lems like prostitu tion and he Some of you may not know about the tequila wars during Martinez Mexican smugglers would bring tequila in it was as bad as dope and theyd have hellacious shootouts along tlje More and more the Rangers started getting into law One problem was that Governor Ma Fer guson began appointing unqualified people to the Texas Rangers as a political In the legisla See Page 2A Autopsy ordered in fire death By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer An autopsy has been ordered in the death of a New Braunfcls man about midnight Tuesday in a driveway vehi cle fire in the 900 block of Hayselton said New Braunfels Police Chief Dick The vehicle was fully involved when we said Captain Bob Reed of the New Braunfclii Fire When we got here we saw the man slowly fall out of the side of the He was already Neighbors called the fire depart ment after hearing loud popping sounds and the man Reed The white fourwheeldrive Subaru station wagon was parked near the end of the driveway behind the The body fell out of the drivers side door and carnc to rest on the There is a smell of gasoline in lie front seal of the Rccd The house is secure with the TV Everything is very preliminary right The miniblinds on the front win dows of the house were through which the small television could be Precinct 2 Justice of the Peace Doc Blanchard declared the man dead arid ordered the The name is being withheld pending posi tive identification as the body was A who did not wish to be indicated that the man who lived in the house usually kept to him self and didnt have many The man had lived in the house on Hayselton for about two and a half the neighbor Hike in green surcharge suggested ByMARKWARNKEN Staff Writer A Special committee studying the fee structure of the municipal golf course recommended on Tuesday to the Landa Park Golf Course Advisory Board that green fees be slightly increased and that annualfee golfers for the first time pay a small The advisory board voted unanim ously to table consideration of a non binding advisory board recommenda tion to the New Braunfels City Coun cil until the boards next meeting on Board member Don Sullivan origi nally made a motion to table consider ation for 90 saying he needed time to present the recommendations to members of the Mens Golf Associ ation for But Chairman Bill Mabry said the council expected the board to take prompt action on the and the board agreed to a month The special committees non binding recommendations pre sented by its Bob Reeh to the advisory board call for a increase in the daily and weekend holiday green fees on June and again on June the fees are on weekdays and on Although the committee recom mended no change in the present annual a surcharge of 50 cents on weekdays and on weekends and holidays was Twilight and junior play would be exempt from the The annual fee for resi dents currently stands at for one person and for a The recommendations also call for allowing the purchase of tee limes in advance for per tee time per four some to allow for increased staffing to handle this added Non reserved tee times would continue to be available at no A recom mended weekend tee time drawing would be subject to the reservation Another special committee recom mendation involved establishment of a fee to a rider in a private cart unless the rider is paying an annual rail fee or is a family member of the cart Income from this fee would be divided evenly between the citys general fund and the golf courses capital improvement According to the recommenda a portion of the additional income generated by the recom mended fee increases will be allo cated to increases in the budget for operation and maintenance of the the special committee recom mended that annual fee players at the Landa course be allowed to play at any new course owned by the city at designated nonpeak traffic times at an affordable A Houston consulting firm recently recommended that a second munici pal course is financially and such a championshipquality course is now under consideration by city These recommendations will not please everyone maybe no but they are our committees serious and conscientious attempt to be fair 10 all Rech said in a letter to City Manager Paul Grohman accorn p a n y i n g the committees Several of the about 20 audience members at Tuesdays meeting expressed opposition to some of the especial ly estab lishment of a surcharge and a private cart The special committee made its recommendations based on a study of fee structures at similar area a public meeting with local golfers and several Keen said in the Magazine other articles focus on Hummel Museum ByMARKWARNKEN The eyes of the Hummel world are beginning to focus on New noon to be the site of the worlds largest collection of twodimensional art by Sinter A fullpage articles in the October issue of Cvllwifir man magazine focuses on the collection of 350 Hum mel originals thai will be permanently housed in a local the loca tion of which been narrowed to three downtown said Herb he museums temporary executive lite Associated Frew newspaper service recently distributed a story Ktaiewide about ihe planned and awiher magaxinc will national is sclieUuled U publish article Skpug Museum officials also liave been interviewed by u statewide radio uet The museums governing a Monpjrofu conation named Tlie Hummel Museum WUy final ized 4 leiwepurchuse contract with this Jacques Naucr family of Switzer stewards of the The museum is scheduled to open in David president of The Hummel Museum said the national attention bodes well for the museum and its economic benefits for conservatively estimated to visitors during the museums first year of operaticit will have u direct impact of more than million and a total indirect impact of Lamou it will be a terrific economic impact oil I think were looking at it mote like another but we really ought to be looking at it like itnoDicr economic development pro Union By a museum featur ing tie Precious line of cer amic figurines in attracted visitors during its first Lamon That city has a population of about Hie author of the Collectors nmi Peon Oenth manager of a gift shop in and one of die foremost and authors on Hummel art has accepted an invitation to serve on the museums Founders Advisory If the museum is constructed and placed there per the 1 think that a tot of people will look to the museum m a place to Genth said in a telephone interview on Theres never been an opportunity for Hummel collectors here in the United States to see all of the original artwork that will be on display ia he Nauer family Thats ajways been housed in Swit zerland locked away in a vault tuid not available to public even in About 40 other experts in ihe diffe rent categories of Huuuiigi an such as figurines plates the many other specialties have been inviujd to join the boon from the United Slates Several have already ogivcU 10 save ajul more cpjUVmaiioiw expected in the next couple Skoujt The Advisory Board will ly be in the upper ol the Hummel world both in the United Suites and I amou Ray Parker of and Lucinda Kahny of HomemaKers School examine some of the products from national sponsors avail able Photo by Annelies Schlickenrledor Some tickets remain Todays Lifestyles with Homemakers Schools will be pretwntcd to Coiuul County consumers on 30 at the New Braunfels Civic Local sponsors in cooperation with the New HeratUZeitung will provide an evening of learning and Luanda Homemakers School home promises iu pre sent new iccipe ideas included in the Todays Lifestyles cookbook free to ull attendees that aie in tuiw with todays Recipes involv ing both microwave and conventional cooking methods will be as will a lange of both everyday and company fare ull in easyloflx lash Lucky wiimcis will lake home one of ilw dwVn or so dishes While the event is being at iiu duugc to tickets will he newssaiy for admission to the Civic Centers limited Only six tickets may be obtained by ajiy OMJ yuul usk lhat you request only the number you know you will limited number ol tick ets slill available at the tlvtukl buiUluig ai Tickets weic by Kwik   

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