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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 1, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas July Weather Today Partly cloudy with chance of scattered thunderstorms Highs in the towto mid90s tows in the 70s Friday Partly cloudy with isolated showers Highs in the 90s lows in the 70s Saturday Partly cloudy with isolated showers Highs in the 90s tows in the 70s ctoudy with isolated showers Highs in the 90s tows in the 70s Water Watch Comal ft dn 6 Edwards ft up 01 Canyon Lake ds Canyon Lake cfs Lake Information for Water Watch Is provided daily by official with New Braunfelt Utilities and the Army Corps of Engineers Obituaries Helmuth Cotton Borchers Mr Helmuth Cotton Borchers died at his residence Thursday July 1 1993 at the age of 81 Funeral arrangements are pending at Doep penschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels DocftfMMehmldt Funeral Ann Belle Beels Mrs Ann Belle Beels died Wednes day June at the age of 89 Memorial services are scheduled for Saturday July 3 at 2 at the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church Ser vices will be officiated by the Rev Ken Peters Mrs Beels a housewife was bom to Wallace Green and Edna L Coleman on June in Kansas City Mis souri She was a member of the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church the New Braunfels Newcomers Club the Ladies Elks Auxiliary and Daughters of the American Revolution She was preceded in death by her husband Thomas Herman Beels who died in 1986 Mrs Beels is survived by her sons Thomas William Beels of Bastrop and Herman Hendrik Sandy Beels of Houston She also is survived by three grand children Cheryl Ann Smith of San Marcos Ricky Beels of Austin and Lynn Angerstien of Dallas She is survived also by five greatgrandchil dren No visitation is scheduled at Doep penschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels and in lieu of flowers dona tions may be made to the New Braun fels Presbyterian Church Sanctuary Beautification Fund Funeral Home Stammtisch Bulverde July 4 celebration A July 4th celebration will be held at the Builverde Community Center from noon to 6 Events include a bar becue for a a Coun try Store and bake sale attendance prizes raffle and more fun and games Proceeds from the event go toward the building ftind For more infor mation c all Laveme at 4387709 or Lillian at 4382858 Genealogy Society The Comal County Genealogy Soci ety will not meet on July 6 as sched uled The next meeting will be in August Women In Business Canyon Lake Women in Business will hold its ncx meeting to 1 July 8 at the Woodlands Country Club in Canyon Lake Guest speaker will be Ken Stewart of the Small Busi ness Adminstration Guests are wel come Please contact Pam Welch for reservations at 8993458 Womens Fellowship Due to the building program in progress the Womens Fellowship of First Protestant Church will not spon sor the Christmas in July bazaar in 1993 We look forward to bigger and better in 1994 Symphony Guild The New Braunfels Chapter of the MidTexas Symphony Guild and sup port Maestro Aklra Endo and the sym phony in their 199394 Enchanting Memberships are available in two categories for active and for associate For more informa tion call 6250221 or 6256411 Hermann and Sons Lodge No 21 I The Hermann and Sons Lodge will have its indoor picnic at 3 on July 11 Barbecue will be served and members are asked to bring a covered djs Aslo the New Braunfels School jf Dance will begin registration for fall classes on August 5 at the Her mann ans Sons Lodge 463 N Union You must be a member of the lodge before you can register for the class For more information call Virginia Vetter at 6254951 Evelyn Harborth at 6255359 or Carl Fox at 6258662 Summer Youth Employment AACQG summer youth employment and training program ia accepting applications for 4 to 6 weeks of tem porary work Several slots are available for 1621 yearolds and applications for 14 and 15yearolds are being accepted for the applicant pool To apply stop by the AACOG office at 358 Landa Monday through Fri day or at the Canyon Lake Action Center on Tuesdays from 1 to 4 Call 108007072949 or 629 29489 for more information SWTSU Athletic Association The Southwest Texas State Univer sity Athletic Association is conducting its membership drive Funds raised during the drive go to help fund the SWTSU athletic program For more information call Mark or Norma at 6251657 New Braunfels Parks The Parks and Recreation Depart ment will be offering canoeing cours es this summer Session n runs July 31 and August 1 Preregistration is required and will be takenb at the parks office For more information call 629 PARK Hill Country Line Dancers Love to dance but dont get the chance Become a charter member of the Hill Country Line Dancers Meetings are Fridays at at the Senior Citizens Center Classes are instructed by Miriam Weiss No pre vious instruction is necessary Cool casual dress No partner required Come boogie to Achey Breaky Boot Scootin Boo and other country classics For more information call 6256618 or 6292971 New Braunfels Be on the lookout Robin Lasseter has her drivers HAPPY BIRTHDAY SWEET SIXTEEN Love Mom Save the to City of New Braunfels announces advisory board openings HtrtldZeltung photo by KARLA WENZEL Save the Fountain The Save the Plaza Fountain WalkAThon held Sunday raised The largest fundraiser was former New Braunfels Mayor Clinton Brandt who originally appointed the select committee charged with saving the fountain The first to finish the walk was Kyle Reneau Gift certificate winners from The Plaza Diner The of these boards may Booktrader New Braunfels Coffee and The Restaurant at Tree Sarkozi city secretary at the Tops were Taura Pool Stephanie Klvten Bob Smith and Jennifer building for an application Currle Others who contributed to the walk were the Hummel Museum Alert Services Bill Kolodzle Bart Bartholomew Jack Nixon and the New Braunfels Marsch and Wandar Gruppe KGNB radio and the New Braunfels HeraldZeltung The City of New Braunfels has 18 boards and commissions on which vol unteer dozens may serve as appointees Currently there is an opening for a resident of the city on the Landa Park Municipal Golf Course Advisory Board one opening for each for a qual ified individual on the Plumbing and Electrical boards one vacancy on the Housing board and one vacancy on the Mechanical board For the plumbing board is comprised of the City Sanitarian a licensed mas ter plumber a licensed journeyman plumber a building contractor and a n architect or engineer all licensed Council may appoint a lay person instead of an architect or engineer if they feel the individual is qualified The electrical board is comprised of the NBU General Manager two licensed and bonded master electri cians one general contractor and one layperson Anyone interested in serving on one The following boards have mem bers with terms expiring this year Dittlinger Memorial Library Advi sory Board Downtown Advisory Board New Braunfels Utilities Board of Trustees Council makes appointments at first meeting in October Parks and Recreation Advisory Board For more information call 6082100 POM Saloon Live Entertainment WedKarloke Night Thurs Double or Nothing Frl Crossroads Sat Quarter Moon cover 904S Seguln 6251223 Man okay after Tuesday night mishap sends him to hospital New Braunfels Police responded to a onecar accident Tuesday night that occurred at at the intersec tion of Gruene and Post roads According to reports the driver Michael Thompson 39 of New Braunfels was travelling southbound on Gruene Road when he allegedly drove through a stop sign and skid ded across Post Road The vehicle a green Toyota Land cruiser struck a tree in the backyard of a resident on the road Thompson was transported by Baptist AirLife heli copter to Brook Army Medical Center in San Antonio He was treated and released According to police damage and evidence at the scene shows that exces sive speed was involved Police also said the driver admitted to have been drinking but they had not determined if he was intoxicated The driver was cited for failure 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