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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 1, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas i DAY Keith Warren on saltwater Roadrunner bait p rs WATER STAMMTISCH Best Wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung sends birthday wishes to Mary Gloria Krueger fundrais er today The Comal County Democrats will be sponsor ing a rally and fundraiser for Senator Bob Krueger June 1 at Comal Bowl from 5 to 8 State representatives will be on hand to field questions on state For more contact Corbie at 6256263 or Gloria at Genealogy group to meet tonight The Comal County Geneal ogy Society will meet tonight at at the Victoria National Bank North Build be held at Guests are Old Timers Rodeo set for this weekend The Comal County Sheriffsi Posse is hosting the Old Timers Rodeo at the Sheriffs arena located at 135 South at the Solms Road Members of the Sheriffs Posse Drill Team will perform Friday and Saturday with a Salute to Adult admission Womens Center needs volunteers The Comal County Womens Center need vol Volunteers are needed to staff the crisis provide transporta tion for clients and assist with office Contact Volunteer Coordi nator Kristin Seibert at 620 7520 for Registration for lifeguard camps The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department has begun registration for summer Junior Lifeguard Camps for ages 12 to A one week session is at the Land Park Ses sion 1 will be June 2125 Session 2 will be July Sessions will be 10 to 5 Call 6082160 for informa The New Braunfela Herald Zeitung invites its readers to submit items to According to the Sophienburg Archives and members of the German Stammtisch represents a tit ting place reserved for members of a community to gather and share the days We invite you to share with E EL TX 79903 New Braunfels HeraldZeitung 10 Pages In one section June Serving Comal County Home i of Joan Slocum I 138 Memorial Day passes without a fatality Law enforcement agencies relieved to see weekend pass HeraldZeitung photo by John Huseth Safe weekend The Guadalupe and Comal Rivers provided tourists with plenty of fun over the Memorial Day According to the Comal County Sheriffs there were no fatalities through the however numerous reports of public Intoxication kept law enforcement By ROSE MARIE EASH HeraldZeitung A total of 156 bookings into the Comal County jail were made as of 2 Monday according to Comal County Sheriff Jack Bre Were not measuring the week end by the number he No fatal isnt that We had a few scares with some people miss ing for a few but It was safe no not many Bremer said the visibility of officers early on Friday and Sat urday helped deter much He also said the publicity accord ed the law enforcement efforts on the rivers by news media across the state and the cooperation of the various law enforcement agencies made a big difference this Everybody pitched in you couldnt tell who worked for said Arrests made over the Memor ial Day weekend were as follows 31 for trespassing at Preiss Heights 25 for possession of marijua na Eight DWIs Eight minors in possession 53 public intoxication 31 for various violations such as assault and traffic violations The arrests were made by the Comal County Sheriffs Depart the Texas Parks and Wildlife Game Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission Comal County Consta Department of Public Safety Everybody that comes to visit makes us Some by coming and some by Jack Bremer Comal County Sheriff the Alamo Area Narcotics Task Force and the New Braun fels Police Corporal Pete Villarreal of the NBPD agreed that this years Memorial Day efforts paid Major incidents were almost Villarreal There was nothing We called in sev eral reserve officers and we had additional police patrols at the Gruene river We also had our river patrol which yielded some arrests and various cita tions pertaining to alcohol and other public disorder According to traffic was heaviest all day Saturday and Sunday morning when it was backed up to River Road from Interstate As of 5 the NBPD had made 33 arrests for public driving while under the and assorted traffic violations Villar real Bremer said all the officers were tired and relieved that the Memorial Day tradi tionally the biggest weekend of the year for law was over without any serious injuries or Everybody that comes to visit makes us Bremer said Some by coming and some by River outfitters say business was up from previous years By GARY CARROLL HeraldZeitung Outfitters along the Guadalupe River reported business during the Memorial Day weekend was well up from that of previous years and they said they were looking forward to a prosperous summer Zero owner of Rockin R River said the Memorial Day weekend helped make up for a slow spring Weve had a hellofa Rivers Were twenty percent ahead of last year We had a slow spring the weather was but it was just a little but this weekend has been Nan manager of Gruene River Company agreed with Rivers and said the business she saw throughout the week end was the best she can remember and Jerrys Rentals Manager Kyle Jacob said that business was It has been one of the best and biggest weekends weve ever Ebert Ebert said she could count on one hand the number of instances of minor alterca and said overall the people she dealt with were very Weve had a few obnoxious but overall its been a pretty good Ebert Nothing major a few little Rivers said he too saw fewer problems on the river and credited the law enforcement efforts by city and county as well as the park rangers for making this Memo rial Day weekend safe and According to people were having a good time and enjoying the river and the long weekend as but absent this year were the problems of previous We didnt have any problems no fights or altercations everyone was very Rivers Kathleen Krueger says latest polls are deceiving By ROSE MARIE EASH As the Senate race inten sifies only five days before the runoff native son Bob Kruegers spoke optimistically about the 1 feel there is such an enthu siasm for Bob out there on the street that is not seen in the she In these final days people are taking a hard look at the character of the can didates and they People who know Bob see his honesty and know he views public service as a high Krueger said the which show Kay Bailey Hutchi son with a 19point reflect only those who voted in the May 1 election and she believes there is a whole new universe of vot out the state and both will continue through elec tion she Speaking of her recent visits to West Krueger said that her hus bands posi tion on revi talizing the states oil industry is getting strong support She said she had also campaigned with Housing and Urban Development Secretary Henry Cisneros in South The Kruegers will await the election results at the Capital Marriott in Austin on Saturday Kathkwn she Krueger is expected to appear era that will go to the polls this at a rally in New Braunfels today at Comal Bowl at 5 with sev She and the senator have been era state representatives joining campaigning separately through Memorial Day ceremony Herald Zeitung photo by John Huseth Members of VFW Post 7110 held a Memorial Day ceremony yesterday Life member Rober Mueller right and senior vice president Virgil Gasklns left prepare to raise the stars and stripes during the For news or advertising call 6259144
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