New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 6, 1994

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 06, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 6, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas IN SPORTS DAY Canyon boys shut out Kerrville Tivy 60 Coiras sit at 622 i 84 DAYS Sasqulcenternfel March Inside Stafhrnttech 4A IB Milestones Edueattori 43 Clubs SB Classifieds Sltimmlisch Birthday wishes from HeraldZeitung Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to Debbie Rlchter DorothyProske Janet M Hummel Larry Soape Lynn Eldred George Cavin Aylette Day ton Hutchinson Mar ty Welcker Sarah Compion Joseph Doyle Ted Elliott Aubrey Poss Florence Bryant Olga Dischlnger Bette Gar den Donald Holcomb Helen Nolen Mon Searight Happy Anniversary to Juan AUce Urblna Arnold Sharon Noble 1st Arturo Maria Guerrero 28 years Christian Womens Club mooting set The New Braunfels Christian Womens Club will hodl its monthly meeting on Tuesday March 8 at 12 at the New Braunfels Holiday Inn A fashion show will be featured and the speaker will be Paul Lev erett from New Braunfels or 6205205 Free nursery provid ed j Cowboys Tshirts now available at HZ Commemorative Dallas Cow boys Tshirts are now available through the New Braunfels aldZeitung Customers wishing to order these unique shirts maydosobyvQ placing orders at Zeitung office 707 Landa St Customers should allow seven business days for delivery Payment required upon ordering All sizes are available includ ing youth sizes and large adults sizes For more information call Advertising Director Paul Davis at 6259144 Antique Show Sale set for March 1820 The 42nd SemiAnnual Antique Show Sale will be held March 1820 at the New Braunfels Civic Center The show will begin Friday March 18 at 11 and end Sun day at The show will end at 7 on Friday and Saturday and will start at 12 on Sunday Admission is and is good for all three days Stunintlsch The New Brewfett HeraldZeitung invites its readers to submit items to Stammtisch According to the Sophienburg Archives and members of the German community Stammtisch represents a sitting place for members of the communi ty to gather and share the days happenings We invite you to share The winning numbers Mrtto fcOmailon LOT Banner Betevs El Pfliigerville proves to be no fluke in girls division i Smithsoft Valley senior Bryart Wieland right runs hard during the prelims at Saturdays annual Ranger Relays 10A Its unanimous Readers say live by the laws they pltijee reader survey results New Braunfels Herald 38 Pages in three sections Sunday March Serving Cornal County for more than 142 years IHome of DEBBIE R1CHTER SUNDAY 73 CENTS Vol 142 No 82 Headon collision sends 4 to area hospitals AirLife takes two injured children to San Antonio trauma center By ROSE MARIE EASH Staff Writer second seat of the car were wearing seatbelts The two children in the rear of the station wagon were not One nine year old girt Brenda Lovelace was transported to McKenna Memorial Hospital and was still being evaluated in the Emergency Room at Two boys Joshua Winters 7 and Philip Carter 13 were transported via Baptist AirLife helicopter to Uni versity Medical Center and were Four children ranging in age from 7 to 13 were transported to area hos pitals following a headon collision in Startzville shortly before 5 Saturday The accident occurred near the intersection of Canyon Bend and Farm to Market 2673 Melinda Smith 30 of Canyon Lake was 1TOUlljai uau were dnvinginto the Canyon Lake Forest listed m fair condition at Spin Sat subdivision and turned right off urday night An 11 yearoldgiii Canyon Bend in a white late 1970s Marguerite Carter was transported GMC panel truck as Joey Gullick via ambulance to University Med 28 also of Canyon Lake was exit ical Center and was also listed in ing the subdivision in a white fair condition at 8 Saturday Chevrolet Cavalier station wagon night According to Trooper Roger Gullick suffered only cuts Garza of the Texas Department of scrapes and bruises and was not Public Safety information gathered transported as a patient The other at the scene indicated that Smith child was apparently not transport had made a wide turn into the sub ed as a patient to either hospital and division and was on the wrong side the HeraldZeitung was unable to of the when the accident Verify condition by head on injuring all seven passen Smith was aloneitfthe GMC truck She was not wearing a seat According to Gullick he was tak belt at the time but was not trans ing his two children and three of ported to either McKenna Memori their cousins on a tour of the lake al or the University Medical Center when the accident occurred He said and the HeraldZeitung was unable he and three of the children in the to verify her condition at presstime Emergency medical personnel with Baptist Alrtlte load a Injured passenger after place at approximately 5 In the Canyon Lake Forest subdivision In Startzville Three of the four children who were transported to area hospitals were listed In fair condition Saturday night The fourth child nlneyear old Brenda Lovelace was under observation at McKenna Memorial Hospital Two of the children Joshua Winters 7 and Phillip Carter 13 wefe transported via AirLife to University Medical Center In San Antonio Chamber honors top By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer Representatives from the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce and Randolph Air Force Base honored the recipients of the Airman of the Quarter and the Airman of the Year awards Friday evening at Honors Hall The Airman of the Year was pre sented to Joseph R Erskine 20 a communicationscomputer systems programming apprentice Erskine is assigned to the San Antonio Information Processing Activity Defense Information Ser Southwest CEO to be honored at 28th Texas Legislative Conference From staff reports HontktZoitung photo by JOHN HUSETH Airman of the Year Joseph R Erskine and Airman of the Quarter Grant A Gill right are presented keys to the dry by New Braunfels Mayor Rudy Seldel at Fridays Airman of the Year reception man of Texas and possibly Airman of of you who are lucky enough to know the entire Air Force Grant Gill understand why we are here Erskine received a weekend at a condo at dinner at He knows where hes going and vices Organization Department of Schwamkrugs dinner at Langston knows hes headed for the top said Defense Randolph Air Force Base House gift certificates from Diamond Geison Erskine was S8BSS Tm very happy to be ZSSStfl gentlemen Im really proud that we have and several other area busi nesses Erskine thanked the Gill and his wife were presented with a weekend at Roadway Inn din ner at Molly Joes dinner at Schwamkrugs breakfast at LJbrados and gift certificates at Collections Landmark the Season and vices for all three branches caliber of men in the service as you of the oS awardwaspre sented to Air man Grant A Gill 25 an air craft pneu secure son in ourw feel safe and contributes sub stantially in this he said Stinson said Erskine fits this ognize these two young said Seidel Im really proud tint we have the caliber of men in the service as you two It makes us all feel safe Colonel Paul Biemacki i Mayor Rudy Seidel specialist assigned to the IMP rw4d of what is required to be in the 12th Maintenance Squadron at Rap He has also been named the Air man of th year for tibp Defense tofbr mation System Agency chamber for the support it gives Ran dolph Its an outstanding gesture that our community is making to support our said Biemacki The chamber recognizes each air He will be eligible to compete Air A yi m ftVWKMUMHKEI K6IVJI BUW Captain Gordon Geison presented rranofmequarterwimarninivaca the award to Gill tion in New Braunfels We are pleased to come here to This 26th year the chamber New said Geison Those The theme for the 28th Annual Texas Legislative Conference is Texas in the Global Economy according to Bill Cone arrangements committee chair The conference is sponsored by Bank of America Texas Guadalupe Valley Telephone Coop Inc and Southwestern Bell Telephone The conference and the Texan of the Year reception will be held in the New Braunfels Civic Center on Thurs day and Friday March 24 and 25 Receiving the Texan of the Year award will be Herb Kelleher chairman of the board president and chief execu tive officer of Southwest Airiines Kelleher will kickoff the confer ence on the morning of the March 25 addressing the question Can we conv sure Other issues to be discussed will be the Texas legislative role in the global economy doing business in Mexico expectations for Texas from the North American Free Trade Agreement and cither international relationships Lieutenant Governor Bob Bullock will be the principle speaker at the upon luncheon wrapping up the con ference Advisory Committee Chairman Max Sherman will preside at the recep tion and conference Sherman is the dean of thjLyndonB Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas in Austin Program speakers include State Sen ator CariosTruan chair International Relations Trade and Technology State Representative Curtis Seidllts chair State Affairs Committee Herb Kelleher Dont miss Horizons 94 Coming March 27 in the HeraldZeitung ji j James R Adams Group President Southwestern Bell Corporation Don Newquist chairman International Trade Commis sion Tom Stell man director International Business Devel opment Texas Department of Com merce and Sydaat Syal vice presi dent International Marketing Greater Houston Partnership Those handling question and answer sessions include Dane Harris ident Texas Association of Business Bob Krueger former Ambassador at Large to Mexico and former Sen ator ard Edmund Ruempel state rep resentative Those handling the question and answer sessions include Dane Harris President Texas Association of Business Bob Krueger former ambas sador at large to Mexico and former Senator and Edmund KuempeJ state representative Associate sponsorships and early registrations are ahead of last year at this time and we will probably attract a total attendance of 400 to 500 people from around the said Cone The conference is open to public and registrations wi be accepted at the An advance discount registration is available until March 14 and can be made at the chamber office 390 S contact the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce at 210 625 ;