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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 11, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels NO MICRO 2b7 YAM UK TX 7990 L HeraldZeitung February Serving Comal Home of Rick Buch 60 Dally SO Sunday 75 cents Hferald staff o Dee Dee Crockett has been named marketing director for the New Braunfels Herald I am very excited about being able to make someone of Dee Dees caliber a mem of the HeraldZeitungs bdbanagement said David HShe is an advertising pro j fessional whocottld easily chosen to join newspa pers many tuned our and v it ii passed DM Dw Crockett V The new marketing direc tor started herriew job1 6h Imfteg completely encased in a cast following knee surgery to repair an injury that resulted from a skiing accident three years Its difficult to be ty impressed with who insists on starting ajnew job under those circum Sullens It is an incredible oppor tunity to come to New Braun fels as the marketing director of the Crockett said this I am thrilled about becoming an active member of the New Braunfels t I am especially lookihg for ward to working the local businesses and geti iJt degree from Southwest Texas State University in i cos and she began her career with theMcAllen where she was responsible newspapers ness pud Industry She left McAllen to accept a position as a retail acqount Index WATER Illumination Rotary lighting project presented to city By GARY CARROLL HeraldZeltung Randy president of the New Braunfels Rotary presented the illu mination project of the Main Plaza to May or Clinton Brandt in a twilight ceremony Wednesday I think that New Braunfels Rotary has set an example in the job that they have done Brandt and I think that all of us are looking forward to seeing how beautiful these lights are going to look here in the nighttime Bill district manager of John Watson Landscape Illumination in New said the project was designed so an illuminated plaza would attract people and entice them to return during the day to explore the downtown area a process he called nighttime We think its a good way to highlight the plaza and we wanted the lights in place for the rejuvenation of the Haugh The lights were positioned to give defin ition and character to the and to cre ate a threedimensional Warm colors highlighted the statues and the fountain was lit from lights hung in the surround ing were uplit to create a defined border for the Haugh said the designed to illu minate the would not only bene fit the merchants but would also play a special role in the approaching sesquicen tennial New Braunfels residents tour the citys main plaza during an illumination ceremony The event was made possible by the New Braunfels Rotary Photo by John Watch the fountain in the months to have and making this event because were going to do our best to Haugh saitythe club spent more than get it restored as part of sesquicentennial on which he called a fitting gesture for furthering renovations to thfe The fountain has been and the project is scheduled to completed in time for the sesquicenterini celebrations in 1995 atan estimated cost of according to Main Street Director Penelope sue Brandtfthantfevd the cltab members and mm r I think its fitT city staff and the citi tingithat itisithe first official event of pur zens of New sesquicentennial Purdum The club has been involved with the The Rotary Club is to be congratu plazas development since taking on the lafed for taking the lead as they always project in 1975 as a bicentennial Fbuiitain next on list of renovations By GARY CARROLL HeraldZeltung Now that the fountain in the plaza park is its time to ren novate Penelope New Braunfels Main Street Director The originally purchased in 1896 for approximately with left over funds from a community year But according to that fountain now needs in upwards of in The goal is to have the fountain com pletely restored for the sesquicenten nial celebration in she According to the Mayors Committe to Restore the Fountain was formed to take care of the and will be embarking on a local fund raising effort to raise at least half of the money necessary for the project Jfwe approxi matley the that will enable us to approach pri vate foundations that require you to have matching funds before you talk to See page Radio station to sponsor fireworks on July 4th By GARY CARROLL HeraldZeltung Hal general of radio stations KGNBAM and announced at Mondays city council meet ing that the radio station will cosponsor an Independence Day fireworks display with the city of New Widsten called this an opportunity to build on whats been done in the and said he was excited to work with the One of Widstens goals is to include as many New Braunfels residents as possible and make the event a hometown celebra tion of the as well as one of the largestfireworks displays ever seen The July 4 celebration is scheduled this year for Prince Solms In previous the show has been limited due to a tight Shands said that with corporate sponsor ship that budget could increase substan Shands said that past shows have oper ated with budgets of but this year we could be looking at a Widsten said the station would coordi nate the and the city would provide support services for the event as it has in the including police and fire Were also proposing that we make some additions to the celebration this Wid sten and were looking forward to bringing a musical organiza Mike assistant city said the fireworks proposed by Widsten is quite a departure from past According to the city is usually responsible for of the cost of the show in indirect costs to the city which allow for the police and fire protec as well as a standby EMS traf fic sanitation and cleanup Numerous activities are in the works and a strong turnout is he Widsten said he has talked with a rep resentative of the MidTexas Symphony about the possibility of the groups involve ment in the and that the sta tion will be looking for corporate involve ment in the event By GARY CARROLL HeraldZeltung i Mayor Clinton Brandt will not be seeking reelection in the upcoming May saying he I have a tendency to want to do all things for all I found out that its an impossibili ty in the political Brandt Brandt said he feels that as a private citizen he coujd volunteer his time and efforts to numerous causes without the controversy that wouldaccpmpany any polit lM Brandt believes that politics is good when but jsaid he was unhappy with tilings he A rFhere are some people and some groups that have very strong feelings and not necessar ily for the community as a whole but for and I have a hard time dealing with Brandt We should be trying to fib whats best for the entire Brandt retired in 1987 and decided he wanted to give back to the community through public After serving as mayor he feels ready to retire and enjoy the community he has worked so hard I feel like Ive put back into the community what I feel Ive gotten out of Brandt and I hope the citizens are satisfied with what Ive been able to Brandt said another reason for not running in May is that he is ready for some fulltime and he plans on spending serVick more time with his famiiyv Brandt said was quite thankful to his to whom he said he is very grateful for her sup She has been a real support for Brandt A lot of people dont think that the wife has a whole lot to do for someone who does this type of but shes been very busy and I appreciated Brandt said she was but she did have some mixed Clinton Brandt Lotto Best wishes The New Brnunfels sends Bjrthdey wishes to Fred Ortiz Chris Jack and Shanell gin Belated birthday wishes go to Elsie Pam LilUan Jacoby and Allison Community Bund featured The New Braunfels Music Study Club will hold its monthly meet ing tonight at at the Seele Parish Wall Fea tured at the meeting are the Community Band and Southwest a barbershop The public is Programs are no until fur Section Eight The Section Eight Certificate and ther effective March Watson Lane closing Comal Qownty Hofd Department will taiwoMMttag two drainage Lane fhjs project ie sched uled to be completed by March Puring the construction of these drwnage structures Watson will be intermittently JrajBc wil to detoured to Kolenburg Une and York Creek For more information call AUSTIN AP Here are results of Lotto Texas win ning numbers drawn Wednesday by the Texas Lottery 232733 384349 Estimated Lotto Texas jaQkppt million For Home Delivery in New Braunfels and Comal County Call 6259144   

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