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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 21, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas FRIDAY Canyonatnd off Page 5 ISO CENTS New Braunfels M The Plaza bandstand 16 Pages In one section Friday April Serving Comal County for more than 143 years Home of AMELIA MOLINA I Vol No 117 Inside Stammtisch Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeitung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends birthday wishes to Diana Pineda Espinoza Teresa Werner Angie Alanis Amelia Molina Adolpho Pastro Jr Happy belated birthday to Andrea Schmidt Cancer Support Dialogue Group meets The Comal County Cancer Support Dialogue Group spon sored by the American Cancer Society will meet at Thursday April 27 in the north building of Victoria Bank and Trust 1000 N Walnut Anyone with cancer and their significant others are invited to attend If you have any ques tions call 6295717 or Marian Hicks at 6291763 The Mighty Thomas Carnival is here The Mighty Thomas Carnival Is running at the Comal County Fairgrounds through April 23 sponsored by Saints Peter and Paul Catholic School The carnival features rides games food concessions and more You may buy unlimited ride wristbands in advance for only at HEB Wuests Sac N Pac stores or the Saints Peter and Paul Catholic School May pole to be dedicated On April 23 the German American Society of New Braun fels will erect a Maibaum May Pole in front of the Wurstfest grounds on Landa Street depicting the first 150 years of 4New Braunfels history Business counseling at the chamber The business counselor from UTSAs School of Business is in Chamber of Commerce office every Tuesday to offer counseling in topics of interest to anyone in business or consid ering starting a business Topics cover financing per sonnel business planning tax expansion and many others Also the Business StartUp ori was well received and will be offered the first Tuesday of each month Appointments may be made for individual counseling and for the orientation by calling 625 2385 The service is free and confidential Terri Hendrix on the Plaza The Plaza will come alive with New Braunfels music each Thursday night in April The concerts run from 7 to 8 Bring lawn chairs and pic nics The final concert of the series is Terri Hendrix April 27 Downtown market study Tuesday April 25 at market study results concern ing shopper trends in New Braunfels will be presented at the Plaza Diner The new study will point out the strengths and weaknesses of Historic Down town New Braunfels according to shoppers in the New Braun fels and Canyon Lake area as well as point out shopper trends For reservations call Main Street at 6082100 Super Saturday mi i ii ii mi i i i A day full of special events for the Sesquicentennial is planned for Landa Park By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND Staff Writer Landa Park explodes with Sesquicentennial fever Saturday Celebrations of New Braunfels heritage will be offered through out the day and evening for every age every taste It all starts with the parade at 9 The route will run from the old and finish across the Comal River at Prince Solms Jim Scheele of the Chamber of Commerce said It should last about twoandahalf to three he said Scheele recommends that parade Watchers come early to get a good vantage point Park on the streets near San he said If lawn chairs or drinks are wanted bring your own Restroom facilities will be provided for the parade area The barbecue of truly Texas pro portions will happen at the Wurst fest grounds from 11 to 3 About tickets have been sold Scheele said The Wurst CookOff and Bar becue offers another way to savor Texas cuisine Saturday It will be at 1 on the Wurstfest grounds Tasters buy 25 cent tickets for tastes of food and drinks at the cookoff A kaleidoscope of free enter tainment will fill the park from until the fireworks start at dusk Several German singing groups will come together as a last minute attraction Performing at noon on the Wurstfest grounds will be groups from New Braunfels San Antonio Austin Fredericks burg Houston and Dallas There should be around 200 singers in Seidel said A fireworks display three times the size of previous Landa Park displays will begin at dusk This is the only event of the day that will be postponed in case of rain If it does rain the fireworks will be shown on July 4 Scheele said Following the evening fireworks McBride and the Ride will provide music for a dance in the Wursthalle Advance tickets for the dance are 10 or 12 at the door Parking for the barbecue cook off and all the days attractions is available at the Olympic Pool park ing lot Little League Fields Knights of Columbus Lions Club and areas around Wursthalle Scheele said Revelers are encouraged to bring lawn chairs and picnic baskets Alcoholic beverages are allowed but no glass containers please Additional restroom facilities will be provided in the park Conces sions will be sold Saturdays schedule of events is SESQUICENTENNIAL PARADE Starting at the parade route will wind through downtown New Braunfels and con clude in Prince Solms Park BARBECUE LUNCH IN LAN DA PARK A huge barbecue lunch will be served from at the Wurstfest grounds in Landa Park following the parade WURST COpKOFF BBQ cookoff and tasting on the Wurst fest grounds along the Comal Riv er in Landa Park at ENTERTAINMENT IN THE PARK A variety of musical entertainment and games will take place during the afternoon in Lan da Park The schedule is as fol lows Wurstfest grounds Market Plate Brass Band German choirs Armored Band Brass Band Wurstfest Grounds River Stage Cappeller Band Seven Dutch men Roaming Entertainment Mari achis Cardenas Boat Races on the Lake NBHS CHS SVH Dance Slab on Landa Lake Braunfels High School Band High School Band Country Band Moon Band Organ from Germany Antonio Youth Orchestra will play through fire works Area Entertainment Carde nas Echo de Mexico Vida Folklorico Band Section Commander KO and Ace Armadillo Horseshoes Maypole Musical Chairs YoYo Competi tion The Stick and Ring Game Face painting Sack Races Make a Sailboat MAJOR FIREWORKS DIS PLAY A huge fireworks dis play will take place over Landa Lake in Landa Park at dusk WURST DANCE Starting at outdoor entertainment on the Wurstfest grounds along the Comal River in Landa Park Dance in the Evening in the Wursthalle following the fireworks Red Cross calls for help in wake of bombing By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND Staff Writer New Braunfels residents can lend a helping hand to the victims of the Oklahoma City bomb ing Red Cross spokeswoman Debi Pfitzenmaier said The first thing people can do is remember those involved and their loved ones in their she said More tangible help is always needed and wel come The Red Cross is at any given time involved in many disasters just like this in many sizes and Pfitzenmaier said Needs are constantly changing so the most useful kind of help is a financial donation The Red Cross is currently giving relief for five disasters in the Texas area as well as the Oklahoma disaster Pfitzenmaier said They are being less emphasized in the media but they are no less devastating to their victims Flooding in south central Louisiana last week caused up to million in damage and affected 400 families An earthquake hit Brewster County Texas last week and affected 135 families Storms on Monday of this week in Parker and Wise Counties in north Texas affected 27 families A tornado yesterday in Tarrant County affect ed two apartment complexes The Red Cross is still estimating damage caused by a wind storm yesterday in Dallas To contribute to Red Cross disaster relief send a check to American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund 178 E Mill Street New Braunfels Texas 78130 or call 1800HELP NOW Wedding bells Gerhard Adam the secretary to New Braunfels from Braunfels Germany and Regina Lehrmund tied the knot in a ceremony at the Plaza bandstand yesterday The couple is in town for the Sesquicentennial The wedding was only supposed to receive around 10 guests but when the word got out more than 100 people showed up including a band and a German Choir Above some of the spectators watch At right the couple dur ing the ceremony and at far right spectators throw rice as the couple make their way to their car HeraldZeitung photos by MICHAEL DARNALL Water pollution abatement program is a paper tiger officials say By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer If someone is dumping debris or polluting water or land near you can they be held respon sible That is what county officials wanted to know Thursday as they listened to officials from the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commis sion The officials from the TNRCC were explaining the aspects of a Water Pollution Abatement Plan something people who are planning to build on a site over the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone must present to the state to show their building project will not pollute things The problem often is however that people dont bother to fill out the form which carries a fee and send it in And the state with limited staff is often handicapped in their enforcement efforts If youre not going to enforce a rule why have one asked Commissioner Danny Scheel People tell me if we have the rule enforce added County Judge Carter Casteel Scheel said he has lived in this county all his life has bought and sold property built things and had never even heard of a WPAP State officials say that is part of the problem We are trying to get the word out what the rule said Richard Garcia regional manager of the San Antonio office If you as a resident dont know what the rule is how are you going to vio late The TNRCC can fine people who build on a site of five acres or less as much as a day if they choose to pursue action But they rarely do in the case of individual home owners The course now is to proactively work with Garcia said try to let the local juris dictions handle what they can County officials say they have had problems with dumpsites in the county and pollution con trol Judge Casteel singled out one case in the form of a Bulverde resident whom she says the county has been trying to stop for four years The TNRCC can fine people for violating pol lution control but say the small cases often become entangled in the courts as this particular case has Although the county cannot regulate the spac ing of wells they can with septic tanks and the county does have rules against junked vehicles Pollution also can be monitored under solid waste codes The problem has been enforcement The county has hired an environmental attorney to help in that area something that is expected to begin quickly When we get that going its really going to said Environmental Health Officer Moni ca Wallace The TNRCC said in the area of water pollution they can more easily enforce rules that have been around longer regardless if they are over the Caldwell TNRCC water pro gram manager said ccmpanies for instance that are going to build must receive a permit explain ing what they are going to do if they use water or if groundwater could be affected You have to tell us what you are going to do with the water Edwards or he said Some residents in Bulverde were recently con cerned when a company planned to build a con crete batch plant in the area s imfwmatwn cMl
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