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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 5, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas SUNDAY COUNTDOWN 462 DAYS New Braunfels Sesquicentennial March March SPORTS D A YJ swc Texas 24 LSU 0 Colorado 36 Texas 14 Ohio State 34 Rice 7 USC 49 Houston 7 Arkansas 6 Baylor 42 Fresno State 39 Oklahoma 35 TCU 3 Texas Tech 55 Pacific 7 ntv IX 7 79 Canyons Todd Mitchell rushes tor and scores three touchdowns in the Cougars 277 win New Braunfels 26 Plugerville 7 Fredericksburg 26 SmHhson Valley 20 Canyon 27 Leander 7 Alamo Heights 55 Central Catholic 15 Clemens 25 Southwest 7 Uvakte 19 EaglePass 7 Tivy at Holmes late Boerne 16 Carrizo Springs 0 New Braunfels 56 Pages in five sections Sept HeraldZeitung H fiftnf R 1QQQ Serving Comal County Home of MELISSA TRIMBLE Vol 141 No 206 Sports Schlitterbahn advertisement S0o Comal County Fair section In this STAMM1 MM Birthday wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes Rusty Melvin Fetters Milton Vetter Herbert Kohlenberg Ora W Ramsey Esperanza Valdez Bob Kliefoth Symphony Guild plans first luncheon The New Braunfels chapter of the MidTexas Symphony Guild will hold the first of its regular brownbag luncheon meetings on Monday Sept 13 from am to 1 at the Victoria Bank meeting room 1000 N Walnut Ave Meetings will be held on the second Monday of each month For membership information call Arlene Buhl at 6256411 Newcomers Club meeting Sept 7 The speaker for the New Braunfels Newcomers Club at 10 Tuesday Sept 7 will be member Anna Zubkova She will relate her personal life in Siberia as a former Russ ian Army nurse who was cap tured by the Germans as a pris oner of war McKenna HealthLink to host lecture Sept 7 McKenna HealthLink is spon soring a free Menopause Presen tation Betsy Pond LPC in con with the McKenna HealthTalks Lecture Series will present Menopause Whats Happening to Me Tuesday Sept 7 at 7 in the McKen na Memorial Hospital dining room For more information call Dan Davis HealthLink coordi nator at 6259111 Memorial service set for Sept 8 Veterans of Foreign Wars Post Auxiliary wilfhave a POW Memorial Service at 7 on Sept 8 Fifth District President Irene Henzie will make her official visit and inspectioa Stammtisch The New Braunfels Herald Zeilung invites its readers to submit items to Stammtisch According to the Sophienburg Archives and members of the German community Stammtisch represents a sit ting place for members of the community to gather and share the days happenings We invite you to share with Building permits show strong increase By JENNIFER ROMPEL StaH Writer Single family building permits in Comal County are once again showing a strong increase in July with a jump of percent from July 1992 to July 1993 In the city of New Braunfels the number of building permits remained stable at 12 in July 1992 and July 1993 Yeartodate both New Braunfels and Comal County are showing strong increases From January to July the city has had a increase in single family building permits compared to 1992 The county showed an increase of percent for the same period Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Comal County figures indicate increase of 18 Commerce Vice President Michael Meek said the citys numbers in July show that the city is basically staying even and has nothing to worry about We still have a good start on the year since we are 20 permits he said There are so few builders in town that it will take a couple of more months before they will take out more he said We will see more in County permits are up five from July 1992 to July 1993 However the county also has hada strong increase in past months It is not as big an increase as last said Meek We are still on the upward Meek also said most of the homes being built are already sold and more permits will be expected in the county this fall In the city of New Braunfels com mercial permits jumped from zero in July 1992 to five in July 1993 Year to date the city is ahead from seven in 1992 to 10 in 1993 Meek said the value of these per mits is only He said more permits with higher dollar amounts are expected in upcoming months The following numbers compare July 1992 to July 1993 Single family permits in New Braunfels stayed the same at 12 Permit dollar value dc creased from to Multifamily permits in New Braunfels remained the same at zero The value of the permits remained the same at zero Commercial industrial and pro fessional buildings in New Braunfels are up from zero to five Value of the permits increased from zero to Other permits in New Braunfels are down from 144 to 96 Permit value decreased from to Single family permits in the coun ty increased from 28 to 33 Permit val ue increased from to Multifamily permits and permit value in the county remained the same at zero Commercial industrial and pro fessional building permits in the coun ty remained the same at zero Permit value also remained the same at zero Other permits in the county decreased from 19 to nine Permit val ue decreased from to Theyrrrre baaaack the N6W Braunfels Unlcorns and Smlthson valley Ranaer8besan thelr footba Uander 277 New Braunfel8 knockln9 ofl game to Fredericksburg 2620 See complete game accounts photos stats and more Sports Day Pages 91 2 and Smlthson Vosg a Local youth to get unique perspective of homeless By DAVID SULLENS Editor and Publisher A 12hour event set for Saturday Sept 18 will give New Braunfels area youth a unique perspective on being homeless Organized cooperatively by the youth directors of a number of Comal County churches the Peace On The Plaza event will begin at 7 Sept 18 and conclude at Sunday Sept The event which is billed as the ultimate street party and which will feature a perfor mance by a Christian band will be in the New Braunfels Utilities parking lot on the downtown plaza The cost of participation according to Martha Bartlett the youth director at First United Methodist Church in New Braunfels is a dona tion of wearable clothes and a love Participants must sign up to be a part of the event not later than Sept 13 organizers said To sign up interested persons or groups should contact Kory Wallace youth minister at Bracken United Methodist Church by calling 0105 Wallace is the overall coordinator of the event The event is intended according to Kristin Swenson youth minister for St Paul Lutheran Church in New Braunfels to show the kids what its like to be Swenson said din ner will be distributed in plastic bags and will con sist of such things as beanie Some of the bags she added may contain only broken utensils Drinks will be provided from a garden hose Organizers are hesitant to release many of the details of the event saying that to do so would lessen their impact but a spokesman said a once homeless family who now lives in a Habitat for Humanity house will speak to the group as will director of a shelter for the homeless in San Antonio Todays Texas Lottery numbers are 22 29 2 40 9 33 Jackpot million
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