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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 27, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                BEST AVAILAilP HflPV Serving HEW BRAUNPEL5 and COMAL Friday September 1991 i n i n v Home of Guadalupe Carbajal Stammtisch Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung wishes happy birthday today to Lcnore Juan Antonio Alma Schricw Paul Gloria Ann Garcia and Yvonne Happy birthday Saturday to Lynn Jcana Ross Emery and Javier Belated birthday wishes to Ata nacia Happy anniversary today to and Richard Know of a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the 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 part of each The cost is per participant and reserva tions are Call 6259178 for more German folk songs Parents wanting their children to learn German folksongs are 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 are needed to serve as hostesses and ticket sellers for this years Heritage spon sored by the Heritage Society at the Civic Center during This years theme is The Home From To volunteer call Rose Marie Zipp at 6252520 or Cora Jane Welsch at La Leche League La Leche League will meet 2 at at McKcnna Memorial Hospitals Garza Street Mothers and motherstobe who are inter ested in more information on breastfeeding are encouraged to Farnsworth to speak Bill Farnsworth of the Oakhills Rotary Club will be the featured speaker Wednesday at the weekly meeting of the New Braunfels Rot ary Farnsworth will speak of the Rotary districts recent Group Study Exchange with District 119 in He will be accompan ied by some of the Exchange team members and will use slides to illustrate his The club meets at noon every Wednesday at Eagles Hall in New Christian Womens Club The Christian Womens Club will sponsor a ladies evening out dinner 8 from 79 at Lake Breeze Ski Lodge in Guest speaker will be Ruby Peckford a televi sion producer and A native of she has been a resident of San Antonio for two She is of Dimension IV Music will be provided by Ginni Smith of New Reservations can be made by calling 6290070 or A free nursery is pro vided by calling Volunteers needed If you have an hour or two per So 2A Good Day A nice sunny today is expected to be followed by similar condi tions Saturday and Highs in the upper 80s and lows in the low 60s face little chance for rain in the For weather see Page Intldr DEAR RELIGIOUS TV Steer styling Grooming his an entry in livestock competition at the Comal County is 4H member Jason The livestock barns are just one of the areas open to the public today through Sunday at the Comal County Photo by Annelies Schlickenrieder Rider takes traditional place By ROBERT STEWART Stiff Writer Riding in the Comal County Fair Parade for the 25th and leading thVparade for the fourth Monroe Henk of Frieheit Road in New Braun fels is carrying on the tradition of the Comal County Sherriffs I dont know if I Ill be able to ridef Henk I I hope I can ridel for another Henk has rid den the same horse in the para de for 23 The Sheriffs Posse heads up the carrying the the Texas the Sheriffs Posse and the six flags over Henk the sheriffs posse was used to assist the Sheriffs Depart ment in searches and helped patrol the area during the great flood of New Henk has been in the Posse since Jim Hornbeck Heralds new ad director The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung this week welcomed James Jim Hornbeck as its advertising Hornbeck com es to New Braun fels from New where he was advertising director of The Daity He was edu cated at Diablo I Valley College in I and has advertisHornbeck ing sales and administrative experi ence at such newspapers as the Otta wa Herald in the Hay ward Daily Review in HaywardJ the TriValley Herald and News in and the Contra Costa Times in Walnut In he was a member of the Optimist Club and threetime winner of its Outstanding Optimist Award and the 1988 Outstanding Achieve ment Award for the Kansas District of Optimist Horobeck and his wife Nancy have two He fills a position left vacant when Lone former Herald adver tising was promoted to publisher of the Moore County Moni tor in The Herald and Moni tor both are owned by Southern This is a parade that a lot of people look forward Henk I havent seen it in 25 years because Ive been riding in Besides the nine riders bearing a tenth horse will be ridden by this years Sheriffs Posse Andrea Years back we used to have a trail ride from the Bulverde area to New Braunfels and around Henk This would be a week before the fair to advertise Nowadays theres too much The Posse was organized in 1959 but always used to ride in the rear of the Nobody wanted to ride in the Henk Now we lead the parade so theres no problem getting people to A couple of the other riders are Easy Hall and a 90yearold who Henk hopes will ride this Henk has also participated in the trail ride from Indianola Beach near Port Lavaca to New com memorating the trip made by German Chosen Rodeo Queen in Thursday evening competion was Lucretia who placed first in horsemanship and ticket Her court includes Princess Kym Duchesses Kimberbly Bowden and Kim Klabunde and Miss Congeniality Jennif er Bowden placed first in personality and settlers of the They left from Indianola on Palm Sunday and arrived in New Braunfels on Good Henk We crossed the Guadalupe at exactly 3 on Friday just like they Once we had to hold up at the Diamond Shamrock a while so we wouldnt get there The trail ride from Indianola is a little different now as Henks wife Mary accompanies the group in a There are plans to re create the ride again in 1995 to comm erate the New Braunfels Victor economic adviser to Nlcolae mayor of the Moldavian capital inspects a weaving machine during a tour of WestPoInt Pepperells Mission Valley mill on Alblna was assisted on the tour by Interpreter Mike Tltean of Photo by Mark Warnken Moldavian officials visits local firms ByMARKWARNKEN Staff Writer An economic official from Molda a former republic of the Soviet visited New Braunfels on Thursday to learn firsthand about American Victor Albina an economic adviser to Nicolae mayor of the Moldavian capital Kishinev loured WestPoint Pepperells Mission Valley mill and the WalMart Distri bution through interpreter Mike Titcan of discussed the Mis sion Valley mills operations with Bill Two 18 Pages Check program funded ByMARKWARNKEN StaH Writer The Comal County Commissioners Court on Thursday added to fund the countys hotcheck collec tion program through the remainder of this Precinct 1 Constable Max Worn mack requested that the court add from its contingency fund to pay a deputy constable to serve war rants to threatening them with arrest on a misdemeanor charge if they dont In a voice at least three com missioners voted in favor while none voted in To if theyre breaking the law and 1 dont care if you Wommack or the sheriff serves it but I want to be as responsive to the business com munity and get their money County Judge Carter Castecl said making the motion for the budget The revamped hot checkwarrant program has brought in to county coffers and to the cash registers of local merchants dur ing the first eight months of this according to calculations by the County Attorney Nathan Rhcinlan dcrs Hotcheck justice ofthcpcacc fines and warrant fees during the same period added the to the countys general these collections cost the county only about in deputy constable Rheinlander The typical hot check costs the offender As far as revenues to the county and the other agencies that share those Ithink its absolutely criti cal that we go ahead and Rheinlander The program is working so well that funds to pay deputy constables to serve hotcheck arrest warrants nearly ran meaning the program would cease during the Closing months of this year or that the warrants would be shifted temporarily back to the sher iffs where they have lower priority than felony Prior to the last months of hotcheck warrants were handled by the Sheriffs Warrant but were moved to the constables offices to allow the Sheriffs Department to concentrate on felony criminal war rants and other misdemeanor Total funds collected for the county and merchants in 1991 are expected to more than double the col lected in before the constable offices became Rheinlander Abram assistant manager See City Council sets executive session Monday ByMARKWARNKEN Stiff Writer The New Braunfels City Council will discuss personnel matters con cerning the city manager in an execu tive session scheduled at Mayor James Goodbread said he requested the meeting to discuss City Manager Paul Grohman and has per sonally informed each City Council member except whom he was unable to reach by He said he expects a quorum at the I requested that it be but this in not an emergency meeting or anything like I feel like we dont need to be calling emergency meet ings all the Goodbread said This is a matter to deal with the city The council will sit down and discuss allegations and pos sible he One topic will be allegations of attempts by Grohman to influence employee voting in city Ooodbread Grohman denies any The City Council met in two execu tive sessions during recent weeks to discuss employee complaints about the Grohmans So the charges havent been discussed Grohman has attributed the complaints to the high standards of job performance he has established at City   

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