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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 18, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 2 AlHeraldZeitungBWednesday Jan Weather data High 61 low 52 no rain Bullet Adams CanyCT1 uk Cranes Mill BuVntfe High 61 low 60 no rain Seele Science Club Precipitation Last Rain Jan 12 14 Inch Year Total 14 Inch Normal Year Total 81 Inch data Canyon ft cfs cfs Edwards Aquifer dn 01 Comal River 355 dn 5 cfs cubic feet per second Pollen count Type Count Condition Ragweed Pollen counts courtesy of Dr Frank C Hampel Yesterdays temp High NA Low NA Record High NA Record Low NA ftecjotesbn yesterdays temperature trie National Weather Service taken a Jfte San Antonio Airport Todays weather Today 50 percent chance of showers high 65 low 48 Thursday sunny and mild Chance of showers for the weekend Solar and Lunar data Sun rises at and sets at Moon sets at and rises at Obituary Samuel P Byrd Samuel P Byrd age 66 died Mon day Jan 16 1995 Services will be held Friday Jan 20 at 1 at Grimes Funeral Chapel in Bandera Interment will follow at Bandera Cemetery Edward C Smith Edward C Smith age 65 of Canyon i Lake died Sunday Jan at his home Visitation begins Wednesday at 3 at Zoeller Funeral Home Time and date of service still pend ing Its cookie time Girl Scouts with the New Braunfels Spring Branch and Bulverde area of the Lone Star Girl Scout Council have begun another annual cookie sale The Cookie Kick Off was held at the Plaza Saturday morning The scouts will be selling cookies until Feb 16 For Information call Cleon Blankenbeker at 6204665 Masons pick Rita Kaufmann for award The New Braunfels Masonic Lodge is pleased to announce that Rita S Kaufmann Vice President Commer cial Lending and Community Rela tions Texas Commerce Bank will receive the Community Builder Award on Jan 24 1995 The Community Builder Award recognizes outstanding nonMasons who have distinguished themselves through their service to the commu Local youths nominated to service academies nity Kaufmann is surcr on the board of directors of the Comal County Womens Shelter a member of the Chamber of Com merces Education Committee and is a HOSTS Helping One Student to Succeed volunteer at Oak Run Ele mentary Kaufmann was a cochairperson of the fundraising drive in 1993 for a new facility for the Womens Shelter In her position The O 4CES Patio Cantina Now Twice The Sizel We have expanded added Pool Darts Thursday Jan 19 CHRIS JUDY Friday Jan 20 SOUTHERN STAR Saturday Jan 21 PAINTED PONY New Thur Frl Sat Happy Hour 49 All day Sunday River Rd Music 30 Open till 2am 620RAFT WASHINGTON man Lamar Smith announced today that five Comal County students have received nominations to military service academies This is a great honor for a great bunch of young Smith said Improud that the 21st Congression al District is sending such an out standing group to the academies this The nominees are as follows some individuals received two appoint UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY Jennifer Marie Bardos a senior at Smithson Valley High School who is a member of the Honor Society and active in the French Club Debate Team National Forensic League and the basketball team Sarah Elizabeth Bolle a senior at New Braunfels High School who is a member of the Honor Society tennis team student council and Fellowship of Christian Athletes Gregory Gitcho a senior at Canyon High School who is president of his class the Fellowship of Christian Ath letes and Business Professionals of America and is a member of the National Honor Society UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY Jason Eugene OBrien a senior at Smithson Valley High School who is the president of the National Honor Society and lettered in basketball UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE Jennifer Marie Bardos Gregory Gitcho Sarah Esther Goodwin a senior at Canyon High School who is a member of the National Honor Society Latin Club Texas Association of Future Educators and band YEAR ROUND ALLERGY SYMPTOMS We are looking for people age 65 and up with yearround allergy symptoms to participate in a research study of an investigational nasal spray Skin testing lab testing and physician monitoring provided by a Board Certified Allergist at no cost Qualified participants will be compensated CALL NOW TO FIND OUT IF YOU ARE ELIGIBLE Central Texas Health Research 705A Landa New Braunfels 6299036 Hfli FULL BAR Bowling Its the thing to do k Only a game with this ad Comal Bowl 6256263 expires 3195 FREE HAMBURGER With purchase of regular hamburger Add ns extra To Go orders extra pel burger Jan Dai FROZEN RITAS ENTERTAINMENT Tuesday Mike Abernathy Thursday Al Barlow Saturday Tree Stone Myth NO COVER While Market Items Last Sequin St Cancun Rest g McQueeney Rd Granzins Meal Market Walnut Ave GRANZINS MEAT MARKET 1644 McQueeney Rd 6253510 MKT MADE BEEF JERKY DRY SAUSAGE HEAD CHEESE BLOOD SAUSAGE Monday thru Saturday While Market Items Last Large Boneless Skinless Chicken Breast Ib Hormel Chopped Ham w atural Pilsner Large Boneless Ribeye Steak Large Fresh Ham Steak Pork 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