New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 6, 1991, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 06, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 6, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Navy Ll. Cmdr. Thomas E. Clen-dennen, son of Neil and Earl Clcnden-ncn Jr. of New Braunfels, recently participated in Operation Sea Angel, and while serving with Joint Task Force Sea Angel, embarked aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Tarawa, homeportcd in San Diego. Clendcnnen was deployed on short notice with the military relief effort to Bangladesh’s southern coast and nearby islands to provide needed food and supplies. Operation Sea Angel employed more than 7,000 Army, Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force personnel to form a massive logistic force in a matter of days. During the first IO days of the relief effort, U.S. military forces ferried, by helicopter and landing craft, cargoes of food, medicine, water and building materials to approximately 1.7 million people recovering from the cyclone that claimed 138,000 lives. The 1971 graduate of New Braunfels High School joined the Navy in March 1979. A portrait of Henry Metzger was unveiled recently at the grand opening of the Converse Arca Public Library in Bexar County. Metzger was a long-time teacher in the Converse community. A “Henry Metzger Memorial Fund” also has been established to honor his memory and to help the library. He was born in 1885 in Fredericksburg to Adam and Anna Wcinhcimcr Metzger. In 1921 he married Olga Moehrig, daughter of Henry and Olifia Stautzenbcrger Moehrig, whose grandparents had settled in Comal County. Metzger taught in Converse from 1921 to 1950. His three children, who now reside in Comal County, were bom and raised in the Converse School Teacherage. They are Mabel Metzger Stevenson and her husband, Earnest; Theoginia Metzger Bading and her husband, Harold; Jeanette Metzgar Dittmar and her husband, Richard. Most of Henry Metzger’s THEMCKANNAPLAN* Frank Witting LOW COST HEALTH INSURANCEWitting & Miller Inc. 625-3000 ’Underwritten by Philadelphia American UteThe Family of Nolan William Zipp wishes to express our sincere thanks to all our family, friends and business associates who were there during our time of sorrow.May God bless all of you. ne Nolan William Zipp Family grandchildren and their families now reside in New Braunfels. They arc Glenn Stevenson, Joan Stevenson Grumbles, Barbara Stevenson Grisham, Frances Bading McQueeney, Celeste Albrecht Salge, Jeff Albrecht and Warren Albrecht, M.D. • • • David Jones of New Braunfels is serving as chapter vice president for Phi Theta Kappa at Blinn College. PTK is a national junior college academic honor society. • Jones, a graduate of Canyon High School, is a law/psychology major at Blinn. He is the son of Gloria Overstreet and Wayne Jones. •    •    t Army Sgt. Gary D. Mapes, a military police specialist, has arrived for duty at El Paso. He is the son of Col. Donald L. Mapes of Waldorf, Maryland. His wife, JoMarie, is the daughter of retired Col. Richard Edwards of New Braunfels. The sergeant received an associate degree in 1988 from National Education Center in San Antonio. Alf? DUGI CL LANING | AZC System Cleaning & Sterilization | Do you have ★ Dirty Streaking on ceiling & wall | around vents? ★ Dust that comes back right after | cleaning? ★ Allergies to mold, dust, pollen? |WE CAN HELP I Interior Environmental Services I 629-4161 Free Inspection SEE ME BEFORE YOUR CD ROLLS OVBC We know, when your Certificate of Deposit matures the Aim Inmn /L-v a ar- 11 ,r( Ia* ii r/\ll Hi a* • I Bvt a Because when the tune comes, the best way to make your CD more profitable might just be to get rid of a. Contact me for mote information. Kelton G. Lange LUTCF 628 N. 123 Bypass, Suite I 372-1563Seguin, Texas LUTHERAN BROTHERHOOD A termly ol Finnic tai Services k* lutheran*Personals buyers Market We* re holding tile key to your new set of wheels. hor the month of October, Victoria Hank & I rust and participating automobile dealers are offering special financing and low interest rates on all the new I WI or 1992 cars and trucks, illest* rates will vary between 8.5% A P R. and 9% A.HR. depending on the length of tile loan.* For more information talk to your Victoria Bank y I rn ail representative or your participating dealer. I hey ll fill you in on tile details, and help put you iii tile driver s seat. Victoria RANK&ltoJST Hanking, pure and simple. Herald-Zg/fung, New Braunfels, Texas  Sunday, October 6, 1991    Page    7AA BIG TEXAS-SIZE THANK YOU FROM THE COMAL COUNTY FAIR ASSOCIATION The Comal County Fair Association Officers, Directors, and Drovers express their heartfelt thanks to all this years volunteers. Without their time and effort a successful fair would be impossible. Also thanks goes tr our vendors, security personnel & neighbors around the fairgrounds. Thanks to our talented community for their exhibit entries which were enjoyed by so many. Thanks to the local scnools for allowing the children & faculty a day off to participate in all areas of the fair. We were thrilled to sc 3 such a large part of our community present at the parade. A big THANK YOU goes to KGNB for the great publicity they gave the fair and to their personnel who gave so freely of their time in various functions at the fair. Also, thanks to the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung who did a super job of covering the events of the fair, to their photographers & Bob Stewart who made many trips to the office for judging results. It's hard to thank each one individually, as there are so many, but we are grateful to everyone who contributed to this year's fair. Tile Comal County Fair is for you, the entire community. We nope you enjoyed it this year and hope to see you again next year! Sincerely, Max Wo nim ack, Jr. President-Comal County Fair Association 1990-1991Weihnachtsmarkt slated This years Wcihnachtsmarkt is lated for Nov. 22, 23 and 24 at the Civic Center in New Braunfels. A roundtrip ticket to Germany, compliments of Lufthansa Airlines, will be raffled off. FYcsale of raffle tickets is underway at the Sophien-burg Museum Monday through Saturday IO a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday I -5 p.m. and the Sophicnburg Archives Monday through Friday IO a.m. to 3 p.m. Tickets arc $2 each or three tickets for $5.uAwmmm Laying out the stripes City of New Braunfels employees paint a crosswalk on West San Antonio Street by the New Braunfels Railroad Museum and the Brauntex Theatre in Downtown New Braunfels. Pictured from left, Tomas Hernandez, Alfredo Acevedo and Leonardo DeLeon. 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