Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 1, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas jjj HeraldZeltung Thursday Sept Weather Today and warm South wind 10 rflfsh High lewif 90s Low upper 60s tomorrow through Monday partly cloudy Hlgha and 90a Lowe 50s and 60s Pollen Count Typa Count Condition Cedar Pollen Count courtesy of Frank Hampel Jr MD Water Watch light i moderate light Canyon feet above sea level cubic feet per aecond cubic feet per second Edwards down 01 Corns cubic feet per second Up 5 Music Fest preparations Robert Ogletrce makea Tehlrte for the Qruene County MHMR Developmental Training Center klcka off next Friday with a Premier Party featu Rocket at Qruene Music Hall HerakZsltung phot by JOHN HUBBTH Music Fest at the Comal Mat Thursday The festival Ing Johnny Dee and the Biker cops to descend on the By Jennifer Rompel Staff Writer Between 75 and 125 motorcyclists will Ix descending on the New Draun fcls area this weekend as part of the CALTEX Riders fall ride Members of the CALTEX Riders a motorcycle club made up of law enforcement officers will be coming to New Braunfcls Friday evening CALTEX Riders is made up of rid ers from both California and Texas Scguin Street around the Plaza and This Is one of two rides conducted by back to the Faust Hotel the club in Texas according to Kelly On Saturday afternoon the group Holder support services supervisor at will participate in a Poker Run This is the New Braunfcls Police Department a 100 mile ride that has been mapped and member of the club out by Holder and her husband Bob A special attraction during the week Holder former Sergeant for the State end will be the parade at 6 Satur Highway Patrol in Comal County daX Holder said the Poker Run will run Holder said motorcycle riders will be across Comal County riding through town from the Rode Holder said New Braunfels was cho way Inn to the Faust Hotel down sen by the riders Obituary Ellsa R Vlllarreal Funeral arrangements arc complete at Zocller Funeral Home for Elisa R Villarrcal of New Braunfels She died Wednesday Sept 29 1993 at at McKenna Memorial at the age of 74 She was born May 15 1919 in Guadalupc County Her parents were Pedro Rcntcria and her mothers maid en name was Joscfa Lopez She mar ried Mariano Villarrcal Oct in Comal County and lived most of her life in New Braunfels She was a housewife and a mem ber of the Holy Family Catholic Church A rosary will be held Friday at at Zoeller Funeral ner Feast Wednesday in DeWitt County The Gruenau Turn and Schuetzen Verien Gruenau Gymnastics and Marksmen Society has announced the 98th annual Oktober Harvest and Wurst Fest Wednesday Oct 3 The Gruenau Turn and Schuetzen Vercin Hall is located in Northwest DeWitt County eight miles north of Yorktown Texas on Highway 119 and FM 108 one mile west on Grue nau Road Heritage dancing and listening music will be provided by the Leo Majck orchestra from 2 to 6 and Scott Walker and the After Hours Band from to Tickets are S5 and include both dances The famous sausage supper starts at 5 using the 98yearold recipe al services are Saturday at 10 at the Holy Family Catholic Church with interment to follow in the Saints Peter and Paul Cemetery Reverend Robert OHara will officiate Pallbearers will be Rodolfo Morales Roy Villarreal Chris Villarrcal Antho ny Villarrcal Ricky Zamora and Ramon Gonzales She is survived by husband Mariano Villarrcal of New Braunfels daugh ters and sonsinlaw Amcrlia and Pedro Zamora of Ontario California Josefa Hernandez of New Braunfels Felicitas Villarreal of Portland Oregon Alice and Juan Trinidad of Seguin Juanita Connie and Ramon Gonzales of New Braunfels sons and daughterinlaw Julio Villarreal of New Braunfels Euscbio and Leticia Villarreal of New Braunfels Ritp Villarreal of San Mar cos sisters Julia Garcia Nellie Guerra Maria Nielsen Linda De Los Santos Hortensia Renteria and Fidencia Rente ria brothers Fermin Jose and Erasmo Renteria 27 grandchildren 35 great grandchildren and five greatgreat grandchildren The body will lie in state at the funer al home beginning at 6 Thursday until Saturday Otto Krlckhahn Arrangements are pending a Zoeller Funeeral Home for Otto Krickhahn of Cibolo He died Thursday Sept 30 at his residence at the age of 85 Eagles Hall New Braunfels 257 E South Street Presents Friday October 1 Blue Ballroom Music Saturday October 2 Swinging Country Country Western 8pm12am cover December 31st New Years Eve Dance Frank Kosub Sounds of Country per person Tickets available now Call for reservations BINGO Every Thursday at Hall rental for Weddings Anniversaries and Reunions 257 E South Street micQme 6257243 JJ FALL ALLERGY SUFFERERS Do you have a runny nose sneezing or itchy eyes during September or October If so we need volunteers for an allergy research study involving an investigational drug Skin tests monitoring by a Board Certified Allergist and lab tests provided at no cost Participants will also be paid up to CHRONIC ASTHMA SUFFERERS Do you take asthma medication either daily or occasionally If so you may be eligible for an asthma research study using an investigational medication Lab testing physician monitoring and lung function testing provided at no charge You will also be paid up to CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH 6299036 705A Landa New Braunfels n Fall Lunch Specials Grilled catch of the day Homemade pasta creation of the day Traditional German American Favorites 6253280 V a I I I ftt 11 she She said city They a different place every aid the ride was held in San Marcos tvo years ago and riders expressed an Interest in having the ride in New Bra jnfels Holder said because of other events in the fall it was hard to get accommodations for the riders We cou d never hit it at the right she said Riders will be staying at both the Rodeway Ian and the Faust Hotel A banquet wil be held Saturday night at the Faust Hrtel Holder ssid a ride is done once in the spring a id once in the fall A third ride is done in the summer with the riders from California She said the two groups will usually meet in anoth er state for me summer ride Unwelcome guests Doug Crow was not surprised to find two coral snakes In his front yard on Timber Drive Neighbors have been finding them too Pictured are Craig Crow Daniel Fillips Betsy Phillips Doug Crow and Clint Crow FURNITURE SLEEPWELL WAREHOUSE More Than Just Beds Much More 2106295856 Braunfolt Quality Furniture at Affordable Prices Special LAS VEGAS Packages Startzville If next to Tn County Carpet f V Street J Book to Interpret Universe ILK in New England where fishing and oceangoing vessels are common Charts that help riners navigate through the dangerous waters are essential But even landlubbers like me to know how to navigate through our lives And well over a hundred years ago a book was provides guidance for anyone who is willing to love and study the Bible That book is Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy who founded the Church of textbook of Christian Science came into my life when my quest for God and for an of His law was becoming increasingly urgent I had always believed in God and loved Christ Yet so much about God seemed unexplainable and unexplained When a friend gave me a Science and Health I had at last found the peace and the answers I needed unity of God or divine Mind and man as His idea is hinted at in Christ Jesus I and my Father are one John But it wasnt until I had read Science and I began to understand that the spiritual nature Jesus illustrated by his healing works was for everyone As my knowledge of God grew I found my health improving my work more productive and satisfying share the impact on my life of just one sentence from this book After I had been Christian Science for a while I was accepted for a twoweek course of instruction that I felt would me to reach out more to the world Yet as the time approached the money for was lacking Confusion and fear weighed heavily on me one morning I came across this sentence in Science and Health The divine Principle of the must interpret the universe p With a flash of insight I realized that God divine knows only His own abundance and goodness and that these were freely poured out to all of There was no way that I could lack anything I needed In less than an hour a woman who knew only through a mutual friend telephoned She was going to be away and offered me the use1 of her for the whole two weeks I gratefully accepted years later I was surrounded by the turmoil that follows the passing of a parent Old angers the and a few new ones rivalry fear and confusion seemed to be present on all sides I prayed urgently to know divine Principles leading its interpretation we might say found making decisions was easier My own sorrows fears and angers also lifted as I saw more clearly ever that Jesus promise of eternal life is meant for all of us after that I was working in a place where suddenly more than two hundred people were being off The whole enterprise was changing form and the future of the unit I headed was each day I would look not for my interpretation of events but for what God was the harmony and peace of His universe present and discernible That one statement from Health kept me looking for the presence of Truth God and as I did this my unit intact are just a few of the ways that one sentence from Science and Health The divine of the universe must interpret the universe changed my life There are literally of ways the book can speak to any one of us and enable us to perceive the blessings thai the hold for us Read it and youll find out what it will say to you The Home Forum page of The Christian Science Monitor 1993 The Christian Science Publishing Society This is brought to you by Christian Scientists in your community magazine that feeds orlds deepest hunger I the rewards of a spiritual outlook I 1 26 the Christian Science Sentinel for just 1 D Bill D enclosed I 1 1 ZIP J Mail to Science Sentinel RO Box 11342 Des Moines 1A 503401342 F2GMRA SCIENCE READING ROOM 137 EAST MILL ST
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.