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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 1, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas The 31st Annual Wurstfest begins See below for details 25 Cents Friday November 1991 248 Serving NEW BRAUNFELS and COMAL COUNTY Home of f Carlos De La Cerda 4hr One 14 Pages Stammtisch Best wishes The New Braunfels llerald Zcilung wishes happy birthday today to Sharon Kimberly Fritz Schmidt Karen Leigh Rcbcr and Jeremy Celebrating a birthday Monica Moni Bridgette Martinez and Christina Know of a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Cookbook sale A cookbook of local recipes published by the Catholic Daught ers of Peter and Paul Church is on sale during the holiday You may arrange to purchase a copy of the cookbook by calling Proceeds of the sale support the groups annual scho larships to students from both city Local charities are also supported through funds raised from the Music Fest The Tejano Music benefit ing the Childrens Museum of New Braunfels will be 3 from 711 with enter Los Hcrmanos Farias and David Lee Garza Admission is per person child ren under 10 enter For more information call Historic tour Tours of the First Protestant Church are available daily from 10 to 4 during The special exhibit this year features On display are wedding gowns from the 40s and memorabilia from weddings through the Mothers County A M Mothers Club Will meet 4 at the New Braunfels ISD Education Center 430 Mill The kitchen entrance is in back of the building on Bridge A salad supper is slated to begiif at followed by a business Program will be chop ping pecans for the cookie Bring your favorite salad and a food Yearround schooling Yearround schooling will be the topic for three community meetings to be sponsored by the Comal Independent School Dis trict during The public is invited to attend the meetings which will be 7 on 4 at Smithson Valley High School on 11 at Mountain Valley Elementary School and on 18 at Canyon Middle District staff members will be on hand at the community meetings seeking input from parents and patrons of the school district concerning the yearround school and to answer For more infor mation call Carol assistant at 6258081 or ORT luncheon The Daughters of the Republic of Texas will celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of their organization with a noon luncheon 6 at the New Braunfels Presbyterian Page Good Day Its going to be perfect weather for Wurstfest the next few day with clear blue skies and cool tempera The high today will reach about 65 degrees and the overnight low will dip down to The high in New Braunfels Thursday was 50 and the recorded low was Rain fall in the city Thursday was For more weather information see Page Insldt DEAR RELIGION TV stocks a booth in the Wursthalle Thursday with this years Wurstfest depicting The Chicken The mugs will sell for and the steins for by Robert Stewart Accordion great kicks off Wurstfest By ROBERT STEWART c lhV31st edition of Wifrstfest Bcicsjoff today along the banks of River in Landa T Opening ceremonies will take place at with free musi cal entertainment provided by worldfamous accordionist Myron Floren and the TV 1882 Runkel Band from Workers were busy day Thursday putting finishing touches on Wursthalle and the Wurstfest Ahgie Roybal of Opas Haus was busy setting up mugs and vsteins displaying this years Dance logo with art work done by Lowell The Chicken Dance is the offi cial danceof Roybal Ills more popular here than it is in The official steins and mugs ate collectable and registerable and are made in she adding that one year they were made else where to cut costs but that now they are authentic German The stein sells for while the mug version goes for Volunteers of the Comal County Senior Citizens Center were also busy making last minute1 prepara tions on their The seniors will be selling a kind of German Everything felsstops Volunteers wearing aprons ttiat read Over the hill and working Others working on thcs were Will Vonnie Stauf Mary Lou Broome and Herb Friday Events Events for the sausage festivals opening night include Opening ceremo nies on the banks of the Comal River on the Wurstfest grounds iii Landa Wiirsthalte Myron Floreh Das Grosse Zelt The Little The Dutchmen Blasorchester 1882 Runkel Alpenfest Cadence Cloggers Alpenfest Das Kleine Zelt The Little Noichi The Happy Wanderers See Page 2 Water leaders seeking comments on lawsuit Exhibit dedicated to couple By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer Thb New Braunfels Heritage Socie ty Heritage exhibit at the Civic Center was dedicated to unsung heroes Milton and Mary Kaderli at ceremo nies Thursday By honoring this couple we are saying thanks to all other unsung heroes who have helped make this exhibit what it said Jimmie Beck exhibit chair This is a couple that has Becker helped the Heritage Exhibit grow to what it is They have both given so The couple was surprised by the Kaderli told her husband to speak as she found herself speechless for the first I came into this room with tears in my eyes and it looks like Ill leave this room with tears in my Kaderli When I heard the band I started to When I heard the Star Spangled Banner I tried to sing but couldnt it touched Just prior to the presentation of the dedication the 5th Army Band from Fort Sam Houston played a moving rendition of the Star Spangled Banner that held the whole crowd in a respectful I dont know how we deserve this Kaderli The people of New Braunfels deserve it and well be happy to share it with I knew Milton had served in World War II and I knew it would be appropriate to dedicate this exhibit to said Chere presi dent of the Heritage The theme of this years Heritage Exhibit is The Home Front New Braunfels of time period is recreated in detailed fashion in the Civic Last years Heritage 1890 The Victorian was dedicated to Helmuth and Doris This twentieth edition of the Herit age Exhibit will be open during Wurs 110 from 10 to 6 Admission is for adults and for children age Admission is free for Children under age ByMARKWARNKEN Staff Writer Local representatives monitoring meetings of the San Antonio Citizens Committee on Water have been asked to develop a list of Comal County concerns the group should Coimty Commissioner Neil Craig mile and former New Braunfcls May or Doug Miller plan to seek input from such entities as the New Braunfels Utilities and the GuadalupcBlanco River Authority to develop a written which the court will be able to The two have sat in on the meetings as nonmember The com mittee is scheduled to make recom mendations to the San Antonio City Council by 1 on a longrange plan to meet the needs of the San Antonio metropolitan This was more or less an open invitation to entities in the region to come forth with their concerns and Craigmile Craigmile said he and Miller also will present a videotape on range management as one way to improve aquifer recharge during the commit tees meeting next The committee has met weekly the past few months to hear the differing viewpoints of scientific experts and aquifer students on use and conserva tion of the underground body of Miller has characterized the meet ings as a feeble attempt by San Anto nio to try mid demonstrate that the city is attempting to address ils water especially in light of the feder al lawsuit seeking protection of endangered species living in the Influential committee mem bers also have referred to the Comal Springs as aquifer he San Antonio has a lot riding on the outcome of the Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Clubs federal lawsuit against the Department of the ulterior and the Fish and Wildlife The lawsuit seeks to force the fed eral government to develop and implement plans to protect the foun tain the San Marcos Texas wild rice and the Texas blind salamander per the federal Endan gered Species Such a plan likely would include pumping limits on the San Antonios sole source of Season opens Saturday By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer Deer season gets underway Satur day and conditions are right for area hunters according to Bob Game Warden for Comal The cold weather does make the deer move a little bit Wolford It is also good for preserving the deer once they are The game wardon has already had some reports of night hunting by peo ple anxious to get a head I would say our night hunting is our greatest he Our deer hunting problems as far as road hunting have gone Wolford said that 14 years ago when he arrived in the mere See Page 2 War years featured at exhibit By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer This years theme of the 1991 Heritage The Home Front was dedi cated to all veterans of World War II on the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the said Chere president of the Herit age It is also dedicated to the unsung heroes who kept watch on the home Stratemann The which recreates New Braunfcls of the war will be at the Civic Center through Resurrected at the exhibit are the Eiband and Fischer Depart ment the Coffee Pot the Rialto Theater and the Center for There are vignet tes of a living room of the a victory a school room and Red Cross volunteers sewing ban Another sponsored by New Braunfcls Smokehouse and Carl ton Food shows a sausage making shop of the Adorning the ceiling of the Civ ic Center are airplane silhouettes similar to those used for training servicemen at recognizing planes in the sky as enemy or Stratemann thanked all volun teers who worked on the exhibit at special opening ceremonies Thurs day The Heritage Society also hon ored Jimmie chairman of the exhibit for all the work site did to coordinate the All the museums lake an active part in this but the leadership role falls to the Heritage Society leader Chere said Dennis treasurer of the Herit age David vicechairman Flag display opens today ByMARKWARNKEN Staff Writer A quiltedflag exhibit at the Civic Center mis weekend features home spun The Old Glory Long May She Wave display includes about 23 hand quilted flags featuring different professional fashion designers patriotic var iations on the American The which opened continues between 10 and 6 Saturday and Sunday in Honors The exhibit got its start as a way to promote the WeslPoint Pepperell Mis sion Valley Mills patriotic Americana collection of 100percent cotton which includes 14 patterns with matte colors and an antique All material used in the display was manufactured at the New Braunfels and the cotton was grown in California resident Margaret working with Bill vice presi dent of manufacturing at the local has coordinated the project to prom ote quilting in general and the quillingfabric line in The 3footby5foot quilted designs feature patriotic symbols and Late last Peters mailed challenges and fabric samples to various designers across the and those interested requested the free fabric they needed to complete their flagshaped design by May They basically had to play Betsy Ross and design their own American Peters who arrived in town Thursday to set up and monitor the The project started before the wave of patriotism that accompanied Desert really more in anticipation of the celebration of the 500year anniver sary of Columbus discovery of Peters Mission Valley Mill officials recently approached the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce about displaying the flags in New Braun an inquiry that eventually led to a showing in conjunction with the annual Heritage This is only the sixth showing of the which has also traveled to such places as Missouri and Peters The single pre vious Texas showing was in The display currently is scheduled to be shown at many quilt museums and fabric store galleries nationwide through July of the Heritage Society introduced the 5th Army Band from Fort Sam Houston and led the Hartniann was in uniform of the period and was wearing his fathers His Ray mond and Lorraine originally from New traveled from Fredericksburg to witness the opening
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