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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 5, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas s Four arcvi league tournaments set to begin today Page 6 l I SONE8T t YANDELL DR L PASO TX 79903 Conservation Society calendar available The New Braunfels Conserva tion Societys Limited Edition 1995 pictorial Sesquicentennial Calendar is now available in the Forke Store at Conservation Plaza for tax For more information call 6292943 Caregivers support group meeting Caregivers of elderly family members are invited to the care givers support group meeting 3 July 13 at the Senior Center 655 Landa Bereavement support ObltuirlM Opinion Sports Day Marketplace Guadalupe cfs Comal cfa cfscubic feet per second Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeHungl The NewBrawtfels Herald Zeitung extends the Following birthday wishes to Les Lava da Caffey Becky Denmark Elmer Arp 80 Bernlce Castleberry Brian Hada Sue Peters Henrietta Puteo Mary Udden New DAYS NftvBraunMt Mafoh March 10 pign In notion Tueidiy July Strvlnfl County tor thirv win of HI i UVAOA OAF Inside July 4th will meet Thursday at the Senior Center 655 Landa Anyone faced with the loss of a close relative or friend is incour aged to come share advice about how to cope and go on living ty Area board of realtors to meet on July 25 The New Lake Area Associationof Real tors membership meeting is July 25 Board of directors meet 830 Volunteers needed at Guadalupe River State Park Volunteers are wanted at Guadalupe River State Park and Honey Creek State Natural Area Volunteers will meet at Park Headquarters every Saturday at Call Penny Solis at 4382656 for information Little production to benefit Childrens Museum The Little Shop of Horrors per formance at Circle Arts Theatre Thursday July 7 will benefit the Childrens Museum Call 6200939 for more infor mation Summer sports camp on tap Gymnastics will host a Summer Sports Camp from July 11 to 15 and 18 to 22 from 9 to 5 each day Ages five to 12 Call 6060375 5tammtisch ThtNtwBraHiAltHtraliiZtttimg Invtttt lit ttodtrt to luomli litmi to Siammiuch According to tin Sophlinburf Arckivtt andmtiwtn Qerman convnunity Suitmllsch npttuatt a tillingplactjfor mtmbtri oflkt comtutnily to and than tht dayt tupptninfi tnviti you to than with This newspaper Is printed on recycled newsprint Arno Becker above and right photos displayed the Starsand Stripes on top of his head durlrtg he parade Arnos head was painted by local face painter Jean Wilson who was busy painting faces all day long Jean said Arnos head made for a lovely surface to work Manuel Camareno decorated his motorized wheelchair with flags and road In HeraldZehung photos by JOHN HUSETH Left photo The Comal County CourthouM Is accented by exploding fireworks In the sky last night as the City of New Braunfels hosted the annual Fourth of July Fireworks Show In Landa Park Right photo Victor and Katie Sponenberg show their patriotic spirit with Stars and Stripes clothing and flags Hundreds gathered In downtown New Braunfels to help celebrate the countrys 218th birthday Hundreds gather to celebrate countrys 218th birthday By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer Several hundred people came to the Down town Plaza Monday to celebrate the 218th birth day of the United States A parade and special ceremony were held Monday morning The parade featured a group of marchers from the Sophienburg Museum and antique cars carrying local dignitaries The courthouse bells were played by Jeff Strate mann The Community Band performed several gongs and the national anthem was sung by Mary Beth Smith The invocation was given by Fred Martin The parade has been a tradition since said Donna Bruns president of the Sophienburg Museum and Archives Were very happy to Fourth of July parade special ceremony held Monday morning in downtown Plaza continue to do this and we feel its a wonderful day to Mayor Pro Tern Chris Bowers gave a Fourth of to tlmti and I mm con believe five years that we postl ago on this day i bly too much for granted stood on the courtwhat occurred in house steps as a new Bowers member of the New Braunfels communi ty Its hard to believe five years later I am getting the opportunity to address he said July 4th is one of my favorite Its a joyous he said Bowers read a portion of the Declaration of Independence to the audi ence and encouraged the people not to forget the meaning of the docu ment I fear at times and 1 am concerned at times that we possibly take too much for granted what occurred in he said There is a war going on right now within our I own country our own county and our own com munity That is the war on drugs crime and fam ily The greatest weapon our enemy has against us today is apathy 1 We need to challenge our government We I need to stand up and be said Bowers Also speaking to the audience was Herb Skoog chairman of the Sesquicentennial planning com mittee Skoog dedicated his comments to the direct descendants of the first settlers of New Braunfels Skoog updated the crowd on the activ itles planned for next years Sesquicentennial celebration and encouraged the people to become involved in the event 1995 will be a special year It has never hap pened before and ft will never happen said Skoog For news advertising or subscription information call 6259144 Metro 6060846
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