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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 25, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas MARCH 1993 HERALDZEITUNG 3 IN THE NEWS Broadway lights hit 100th anniversary NEW YORK AP Patti Carol Channing and other bright lights of Broadway kicked off a year long celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Great White Celebrate Broadway 100 Years in Times Square will include free public concerts and exhibi tions of Broadway memora a film educa tion programs and TV spe Theaters operated in lower Manhattan in the ear ly 18th moving uptown to Union Square and the Bowery by the mid 19th and in to Times Guitar signed by Bush auctioned off AP One of country musics most famous George is lending his name to a charity A guitar autographed by the former president in when he and his wife attended the Country Music Association awards is being auctioned by Fender Music Instruments and Qpryland USA Twenty country music stars also signed the including Garth Vince Reba McEntire and Dolly The money will go to the Opry Trust which helps people in the country music industry in times of Sealed bids on the guitar will be accepted until May Entertainers for Fan Fair announced AP Billy Ray Alan Vince Lorrie Kathy Mattea and Alabama are among the performers who will enter tain at the International Country Music Fan The Country Music Asso a sponsor of the said Wednesday that Mattea will return to the Fan Fair stage this Last the singer had to cancel because of vocal cord Stammtisch People Players The Greater New Braunfels Arts Council will present the Famous People Players at 7 March 28 at the Civic General admission is VIP tickets are Proceeds will ben efit the Comal County Mental Retardation Cen For tickets or call and 625 Tickets can also be picked up at The Childrens Bennerts New Braunfels Travel and China and Humane Society The Humane Society of New Braunfels Area will be open to the public from 8 to They will close at noon and reopen at 10 March Rummage sale Kirkwood Manor Nursing Facil ity will be having a rummage sale from 9 to 4 on March Kirkwood is located on the corner of Highway 337 and Walnut by New Braunfels High Proceeds to go toward pur chasing a wheelchair van for our Lions project Members of the New Braunfels Evening Lions Club collect alu minum cans to raise funds for eyeglasses for students and Cans may be brought to 1206 Common or the Senior Citizens Allen is available for more information at Seasonal Jobs The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is accept ing applications for seasonal Positions available are tube park summer camp coun recreation and mini golf Lifeguard applicants do not have to be cer tified to apply as training is pro vided if Most positions begin Easter weekend and run through Labor Applications are available at the Parks More information is available at Art League Louis Kerrs oil paintings of animals and baby girls are featured this month at the Arts Center 646 Wal nut Operated by the New Braunfels Art the gallery is open from 10 to 5 Tuesdays through Rural Reunion The 28th Annual Rural School Reunion is scheduled for March 28 at Saengerhalle of f Texas Highway 46 south of New Braunfels near Clear Registration and fellowship will be held from 24 A dance featuring music by the Tommie Vanek Band will run from 48 Exstudents are asked to supply sandwiches cookies or chips and Coffee will be Admission will be per per son with children under 12 Childrens Museum The CMNTV Studio in the Art of Language Gallery at the Chil drens Museum is nearing com pletion by now old movie or 35 mm cameras or televisions and video cas sette recorders are needed to help create a participatory exhibit where visitors will become the the director or the and will learn about television More information is available at 6200939 or at the Museum in the Courtyard shopping Donations are tax German classes The German American Society and Community Education are sponsoring German language classes 79 for six beginning March 30 for beginners and April 1 for intermediate and advanced at New Braunfels High Room Classes will be taught by Jules Helgard Suhr may be contacted for more information at or Community Education may be contacted at Springs contest Registration is still being accepted for the What the Comal Springs Mean to Our Communi ty Kim Wooldridge may be con tacted for more information at Garage sale A garage sale to benefit the Adult II Sunday School Depart ment of the First Baptist Church benevolence ministry fund will be held from 8 to Satur March 27 at the Budget Car and Truck rental at 513 Business Highway Broken Rainbow Those who feel children of FORECAST Todays forecast calls for cloudy with patchy Low in the 50s Hill Country to near 60 south WATER WATCH Comal cfs same Edwards feet down Canyon Lake cfs down 8 Canyon Lake cfs down 122 Lake feet same Information for Water Watch is provided daily by officials with New Braunfels Utilities and the Army Corps of Engineers at Canyon EXTENDED FORECAST Today fog Chance of rain 20 Lows in the 50s Highs in the 80s Friday Partly cloudy Chance of rain Lows in the 50s Highs in the 70s Saturday Cloudy Chance of rain 30 Lows in the 60s Highs in the 80s Sunday Partly cloudy Chance of rain 20 Lows in the 50s Highs in the 80s THREE DAYS ONLY MAJOR ESTATE AUCTION OF THE HIGHEST INTERNATIONAL MERIT Fine Art Antique Oriental Rugs Art Objects Texas is priviledged to offer some of the finest collections including the contents of the COMTE and COUNTESS POMARS Country French Chateau and select items from the estates of the VAN HAAGEN and DUVEEN families as well as contents from an Upper Connecticut home for PUBLIC Several years of Collecting has made this large accumulation This will possibly be the finest collection of decorative Items and fine furnishings ever assembled in the Southwest Auction will take place on the grounds of WILLOW CREEK RANCH Dixie Dude TX For convenience of ule Offered in addition to those items noted above will be a fine group of china and Oriental Please make plans to attend this auction sale as it will be a most resvarding AUCTION SCHEDULE MARCH 26th MARCH MARCH 28th PUEVIEW DATES MARCH MARCH Sale Tune Call 18008438999 for more information or divorce need A special place to discuss emotions and needs may apply for a training program with Broken Leadership training will be 69 April 23 and to April Registration deadline is April and more information is avail able at Fish fry Peter and Paul Church will be sponsoring a fish fry from to April 2 to benefit the Habitat for The proceeds will be donated to Habitat to assist them in build ing their first house in the New Braunfels Tickets are for adults and for children under More information is available at 1943 Reunion The 50year reunion of the New Braunfels High School Class of 1943 has been set for Oct 8 and The first letter dated March 11 and written by Myra Lea Fischer class was mailed a little over a week It is important that each class member should have received this letter since it gives the events and details as to what will be taking place during the twoday Class members who did not receive this first letter may con tacted Myra Lea Fischer in San Antonio at or Ethel Saur in New Braunfels at 625 Christian Drama First Protestant Church will be having short dramas depicting the life of Christ each Wednes day night in conjunction with reg March 1993 ular Lenten The dramas began March Poetry deadline nears The llth Annual Comal Coun ty Contest sponsored by the Greater New Braunfels Arts Council is accepting entries from now until March The contest is open to residents of Comal Comal Inde pendent School District or New Braunfels Independent School Entrants may submit a maximum of two except for with a minimum eight lines each on any Entries may be sent with phone number and age category grades high school or adult to Beckie 1722 Sunny Brook New Springiest The Downtown Merchants Association will host their annu al Springfest from 10 to 3 April 24 at the New Braunfels Utilities parking Concession stands and food booths will be and ven dors interested in operating a booth must contact the associa tion by March The cost reserving booth space is per Local youth groups will also be encouraged to operate games dur1 ing the All supplies for the1 games will be provided by the Activities during the celebration will include games crafts and live Corbie Yeaman may be con tacted for more information at TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Poets Society 5 Tufted plant 9 14 Author of Picnic 15 Affluent 16 Not so good 17 Citrus drinks 18 19 Reddish dye 20 Crescent shapes 22 Nearest the rear of a ship 24 Intervals 26 Notices 27 Paper quantity 29 Utter 30 Article 33 Stay afloat 37 Young animal 38 Full of grooves 39 Deposit 40 Staggers 41 Before 42 Part of an evergreen 44 Vegetable 45 Cargo unit 46 Door part 47 Lyrics 49Itemized 53 Plants of lily family 57 Buxom 58 Defraud 59 Decays 61 Lowly worker 62 Throw with effort 63 Fencers implement 64 Capture 65 Having organs for hearing 66 67 Poems DOWN 1 TV parts 2 Finish 3 US satellite 4 Profane 5 title 6 Some paintings 7 Glasgow natives 8 Amorous looks 9 Double sawbuck 10 Hotel units 11 Approximately 12 Egyptian goddess 13 Dispatched 21 Shabby 23 Loud sound 25 Wise saying 28 Pretended to belli 30 Drove aslant 31 Auditorium 32 Further 33 Spare 34 Mystical poem 35 Singer James 36 Make Into PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 32593 1993 United Feature Syndicate leather 37 Considers oneself capable of 40 Keepsake 42 Water body 43 Zilch 45 horn 47 Pare 48 Skiing area 50 Tire surface 51 Conjure up 52 Units of force 53 Be painful 54 Mets stadium 55 A fruit 56 Stage 60 Jelled 58 Auction conducted by 6300 Wostpark TX 77057 Items subject to prior errors or Items from the TX 1Xtt 10058 109o Buyers Premium SEE WHAT TAKES American Heart Association v Hoitit Association
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