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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 19, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas                                WEDNESDAY Former SVHS coachs death ruled a suicide See Page 6 50 CENTS The old LCRA building i tePages in two sections Wednesday July New Braunfels Herald Serving Comal County for more than 143 years Home ot JEFFREY SEEQER Vol 143 No 178 Inside Sports Arts Market Stammtisch I Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeitung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends birthday wishes to Jeffrey Seeger 12 Elsa Garza Timmermann Gina Gomez Paul Arismendez Julao Madero Minerva Tienda Nancy Polka Linda Schlater Ginni Smith and Colleen Tiller Happy anniversary to Atwell and Hilda Scholl 44 River and aquifer information Comal River294 cubicfeetper second uo 4 cfs from yesterday Edwards Aquifer feet above sea level down 06 Guadalupe River 400 cfs Musicalcomedy rehearsal Rehearsals for Sisters in Suffrage will take place on Thursday July 20 at at City Hall Conference Room AB The event will take place on Aug 19 at Partici pants will take part in the parade the show and enjoy the picnic and music provided Xintil There are small parts available anyone inter estedi call 6082100 NARFE to meet at Seniors Center The National Association of Retired Federal Employees Chapter 666 will meet at the Senior Citizens Center Friday July 21 at There will be a film Missions game to benefit museum The Childrens Museum in New Braunfels invites baseball fans to New Braunfels night at the San Antonio Missions Sun day July 30 at Tick Ipts are general admission tend are available at the muse ljm or Viyroux Sports Call 620 for information City Council seeks new member for committee At its Aug meeting the city council will be consid ering the appointment of one member to the Community Development Advisory Com This is a partial term ending Dec Appli cations are available in the office of the city secretary and must be delivered to the city office by noori Wednesday Aug in the Park continues Carlene Walker will perform at the dance slab in Landa Park Thursday at as the summer Concerts in the Park series continues Bring a lawn chair to sit on but no glass containers are allowed Eagles Auxiliary meets The Eagles Auxiliary will meet at Tuesday July 18 Officers meet at 7 Social and anniversary of 43 years All charter members and Past Presidents are to be honored Hepatitis B vaccine Hepatitis B vaccine is now available to all adults at the Comal County Health Depart ment For fee schedule and hours call 6205595 Target opens New Braunfels store By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND Staff Writer Target workers dont use the word customer they say guest instead Target opened its doors and its arms to New Braunfels guests with a bang last night Target emphasizes guest employee Vicki Barfield said We try to make them feel at Targets housewarming party last night included the Comal County Community Band a free buffet cake and drinks free gifts and 10 percent off of every purchase The store also gave New Braunfels some presents for the Hum mel Museum for the Childrens Shelter and for United Way We also have an annual drive for the United Target Team Leader Leigh Ann Thompson said Target has already been instrumen tal in making the second Habitat for Humanity home a reality from donat ing funds and materials to labor from area employees Target uses the term team leader in place of Target has brought over 150 jobs to the commu Thompson said Nobody does as much as Target for the communi she said Target turns back 5 per cent of its profits to help communi ties the largest amount of any retailer a sign posted in the store said Last nights guests included County Judge Carter Casteel Mayor Paul Fras er chamber Blue Coats city council members Hispanic chamber of com merce members including Councilman Juan Luis Martinez and a host of oth er local dignitaries 1 think it can be said how much Taylor Scriven and her mom Lori look through childrens books In the new Target doors to the public for the first time last night we welcome Casteel said Weve seen evidence already of how they give back to the she said I hope that my remarks are on Tar get when I say that this will be a tremendous asset to the Fraser said Some Target team leaders have moved tp Ne4w Braunfels from else where Were thrilled to be said team leader and new resident Dave Richey It seems like a very nice town with wonderful he said All tiers of Target employees seem to work under the team concept Tar get seems more respectful of us and of the guests than other employ ee Crystal Briggs said Through the time they trained us we also helped to get the store stocked so we learned to the whole Employees rotate shifts between cash registers stocking and other cus tomer service jobs so they will know how the whole store operates and be better able to serve customers Briggs said They show you how to treat guests respectfully and how to handle the intense situations that sometimes come Briggs said Getting the Target store up and run Shoppers get their first look at the new store located in Walnut Square There will be a fireworks display Saturday night ning wasnt all work Thompson said We still managed to have some we even went tubing she said Target will offer New Braunfels cus tomers more variety and items they havent been able to get elsewhere in town customer Linda Schlather said I love the shoe anoth er customer said There will be better price competi customer Cymantha Plant said Theres always something here that you cant get at other discount Target is open Monday through Sun day from 8 to 10 starting today As if last nights opening wasnt big enough the Grand Opening comes Sunday complete with works display on Saturday night River outfitter goes the extra mile to keep the Guadalupe River clean By DEMISE DZIUK Staff Writer Local river outfitters are taking steps to clean up the Guadalupe River and make it an enjoyable place to spend the hot summer days Rockin R River Rides issued a chal lenge to its employees to clean up the riv er The outfitters top four employees were allowed to pick three team members to help them pick up trash The four teams then drew for sections of the river The sections covered the first crossing to the Gruene Bridge and were the areas that are the most traveled and most lit said Rockin R Owner Zero Rivers Theres such a large number of tourists you could easily spend an eight hour day picking up trash off the he said The trash had to be collected on Mon day and Tuesday The bags were then weighed and the team collecting the most won The winning captain received a bonus and everyone on the win ning team won between and dollars The amount the team actually wins is based on the efficiency of their efforts said Rivers He said a manager will go down the river and rate the areas from A to B depending on how good of a job was done The prize money will then be based on the efficiency grade they receive I expect the ratings to be at the high er end of the scale because all they have to do is pick up the trash on the river and the said Rivers Rivers said the contest is a way of giv ing the employees more incentive to get out and pick up trash He said Rockin R is cosponsored by the Water Oriented Recreation District to help clean up the river WORD provides some funds to pay employees to clean up and the out fitter adds to that out of their own funds said Rivers Rockin R River Rides is not the only outfitter working to improve the quality of the river Jim Dunman owner of Jer rys Tubes said his company was in a joint contest with Rivers several months ago However he feels the efforts would be more successful if they were aimed at Theres such a large number of tourists you could easily spend an eight hour day picking up trash off the Zero Rivers getting the community involved These guys usually work six days a week and the last thing they want to do on their day off is get on the river and pick up trash We need to get the word out to the said Dunman Dunman said he sends out eight to ten people every week to pick up trash Like Rivers Dunman pays these volunteers their regular salary for cleaningup He said he also occasionally runs contests for his employees Sometimes I run contests with them on the clock to give them even more of an incentive Its the most effective said Dunman Nan Ebert manager at Gruene River Raft Company they have been sponsor ing cleanup trips every week for as long as she can remember She said they usu ally send out three or four boats with two people in each one She said her groups are responsible for a specific sec tion of the river just like Rivers and Dunman are John Guenzel owner of Rio Raft said they approach the litter problem by trying to prevent it He said he feels a lot of his customers do use the mesh bags provided by WORD because the trash bins are full a exits Basically itspublic education were working he said Ebert said the mesh litter bags pro vided by WORD have been of some benefit However not everyone uses them and thats why river cleanups are necessary Ill admit that some of our customers are not as responsive as others but some do use them and that she said Help available to make homes energy efficient By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND Staff Writer AACOG Alamo Area Council of Governments wants to help people in New Braunfels reduce their energy bills and the help is free All people need to do is qualify and apply in time said Community Devel opment Director Penelope Church Doherty The application deadline is Aug 31 There are 20 spots available and we want those to be New Braunfels Doherty said AWAPPlus aims to lower energy costs by pro viding the following for people who qualify caulking and sealing cracks and holes in the houses structure weatherstripping of doors and windows repairing replacing windows or exterior doors insulating attics incidental repairs to preserve and protect the weath erization materials installed Homeowners and renters can apply for AWAP Plus Renters need to have written permission from their landlords The program is specially geared to help the elderly and the handicapped AWAPPlus AACOG Weatherization Assistance Program Plus is not a home repair program Doherty said AWAP will not do roofing plumbing electrical Eligibility Guidelines Family Size Annual Income 1995 If your income falls at or between the federally established income guidelines shown below then you may qualify repairs or house leveling People who think they might qualify for AWAPPlus assistance can pick up an application at the Community Development office at 424 S Castell or call Doherty at 6082100 We will be happy to assist anyone in filling out an Doherty said Applications are also available from David Werley at New Braunfels Utilities Artist shows his work Robert E Carlin recently displayed his work and gave a speech at a New Braunfels Rotary Club meeting Carlin is a lifelong aviator who has become an aviation artist since his retirement from commercial and military flight Standing next to Carlin at left is Bill Biggadike who spon sored the presentation HeraUZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Clinton trades principles for civility and comes up a loser See Cal Thomas Page 44   

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