New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 2, 1995, Page 14

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 02, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 2, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 14 J Heratrt-Zeifung D Wednesday, August 2,1995 mass DHBBH ME] GJH MQDM MEI MHH El MI OM HUBB DMOQM BEHM bqudhmo iwm ran un ta ann liras rn ME] to ll IO El EJMHtiUtWn □HDB BBHBEl El to IO a HQH EJHffi HME] to EJ IO GI HBOB0 MHHH BESHBHfflra MDMMMDM □OH HMM □HQEIMHM E]tWE)E]MMQ pi Giwgi mm mon anna a rasH si Elans cqsqd HIO tOH MMtflHH OMEIB Doug lanes Doug is currently serving as the Healing School Director tor Kenneth Hagm Ministries in Tulsa, Oklahoma He teaches the principles of faith and healing and will minister to the sick. Wyatt Brown teaches God's Word in practical application. He and his wife are currently pastoring "Grace Christian Church" in Greenville, South Carolina. Wyatt has a captivating approach to sharing the gospel. Campmeetiiuj 95 Sunday, July 30 • 8:30 & 10:30 AM; 7:00 PM Monday - Friday, July 31 - August 4 • 10:00 AM; 7:00 PM CHILDREN 133 Landa Street J STUMPED? Call for Answers • Touch- tone or Rotary Phones 1*900-454-3535 ext. code gAO * 9sc per minute BALANCE BUILDER CD Saltan SaptM Enrolling Now K through 12*    School    Begins 210-629-0049    August    14,1995 TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLF IHIIMTIIIMI & ©©©UM© 10% OFF NEW SYSTEM for the month of August ‘95 (with this ad) Dan Henslee UC# TACLB014695E    210-608-9170 "You Wont Believe The Back-To-School Savings! New Braunfels Factory Stores    is a real discover}'... 46 stores in all. We’re talking^^^^    big-time shopping here. Not to name-drop, but, you can shop Carter'* , Izod/Cant Russell, Casual Corner , Lise I, and V^stRoint Pepperell Bed, Bath 6 Linens Factory Outlet Plus, you ii-save 20% to 70% off original retail prices! So" meet me at New Braunfels Factory Stores for the smartest back-to-school shopping. Its name-brand shopping at factory outlet savings!” Corner, (.enter Hours Mon Sal    ain-V    pm, Sun , lOam-b pm On III I1) ai I xii IHM, Only kl minutes Iron) Downtown San Antonio 2 IU/h20-h80f* N A w 8 H * u x r I I s Factory Stores ★ J (hail* LU ft*tows humify Dean Hawk has a fun arid humorous sty I*- of delivering God's Word to minister to tie* needs and issues of today's youth Dennis Sleeker is Youth Pastor at Gmm- Outrear Ii Coaler iii Plano, Texas anrl an annua I shaker at the Texas Youth Summer Camp Daniel Wennekamp is the Children's pastor at ( hutch on the Move in Denver, Colorado. Daniel's forte is in puppetry, and has won two national championships for his puppetry. Daniel and his wife Trudy will minister to children through object lessons, stories, comedy, and puppetry to give a refreshing view of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Free of Life Fellowship (>~2 Loop 337 • New Braunfels 625-6375 Seguin    I    .uke    way    New    Hruunfel 379-8390    203    3253    625-2661 Annuel |jcitcnuge ynrUI 5 42 V, Minimum lh ptntt rn up* rn i nunl jim I ic.rive ell «r rim; J APT M ll ,1881 Kale net iii 20 Hums pi ii ills arose aim yen* lieusury Mill im* Prnelly imptMMl Un felly wtthdsawal Annuel pcrieniagc yield accur** us id July 1.1, 1995 Wurstffest Association helps museum Wurstfest Association President Bob Smith (left) and S.D. David Jr., president of the Bummel Museum, holding some of the new Hummel Museum brochures. On# of the city’s newest attractions received additional support from the Wurstfest Association recently ._250,000 Hummel Museum brochures were printed courtesy of the Wurstfest Association. These brochures will be used to promote the museum, the only one of its kind displaying the world’s largest collection of original art by Sister M.l. Hummel. The museum opened in 1992 with over 300 works of art in the collection—many on display to the public for the first time. The artwork was created by Sister Hummel at the Convent Siessen in Germany and is the inspiration for the immensely popular M.l. Hummel figurines. In addition to the original artwork, the museum houses replicas of Sister Hummers school room, bedroom, convent studio and chapel. On display in these areas are some of Sister Hummel’s personal effects. The museum is located downtown on the Main Plaza and is open daily. The Wurstfest Association is a nonprofit corporation designed to promote local commerce, especially through tourism, and to preserve the community’s heritage. Funds generated from the 10-day Wurstfest festival support a variety of community projects. ADD THIS TO THIS Why buy a T-Bill when the BALANCE BUILDER CD pays 1-year T-bill + .20%? W FIRST COMMERCIAL BANK MAKES IT HAPPEN! MI MKI h J im GET THIS! Wurstfest donation helps landscape tuber exit im»r ■ TRAVEL ■ the visual appearance of the concrete steps and ramps. This is not the first time funds generated by the 10-day festival have been used to assist the city in maintaining the public river exits. In the mid-’80s, Wurstfest provided funds to stabilize the riverbank and upgrade the steps leading horn the Comal River to Union Street Also, in 1986, Wurstfest funded the cost of renovating the Guadalupe ACROSS 1 Get taller 5 Radio part 9 Infant’s bed 13 Loosen 14 Columnist Bom beck 15 Conceals 17 Ceramic piece 18 Cut of meat 19 Singer Bryant 20 Exploit 21 Composer Felix — 23 Lets 25 Gossip column tidbit 26 Individual 27 Judge’s garment 29 Crawling insect 32 Argentina's neighbor 35 Nonsense poet Edward — 36 Leading player 37 The — Ranger 38 Crown 39 Luxury car 40 Fundamentals 41 Sorting and Steiger 42 Ran fast 43 Field sound 44 Demands payment 45 Tin — Alley 46 Novelist Vidal 48 Rang noisily 52 Baseball position 56 Malt beverage 57 Mine entrances 58 Part in a play 59 “— Fiction" 60 Nips 61 Wise birds 62 Chocolate cookie 63 Whig’s opponent 64 “Two Years Before the —" 65 Hanker for DOWN 1 Outfit 2 Salary increase 3 Canadian doctor 4 Small 5 Erase 6 Presses 7 Surrounded by 8 Narrow passage 9 Celibate 10 Wash cycle 11 Having a distinct style 12 Golfer — Daniel 16 — Diego 21 Ore pit 22 Zodiac sign 24 Undercover spies 27 Peruses 28 Rowers’ tools Thousands of Comal River tubers are enjoying the newly constructed exit at Union Street. The $200,000 project, funded by the city, was completed earlier this summer and is designed to handle the large number of people who enjoy the river each day with ease. Wurstfest Association contributed $2,500 to landscape the grounds and plant twelve beds designed to improve River exit in Cypress Bend Park. According to Wurstfest President Bob Smith, this is the type of project that falls within the scope of the organization’s purpose—which is to promote local commerce, especially though tourism, and preserve the community’s heritage. Dates for this year’s Wurstfest are Friday, Nov. 3 through Sunday, Nov. * 12. PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 8-2-95    ©    1995, 30 Appoint 31 Walked 32 Shellfish 33 Tramp 34 With one's identity concealed 35 “The — King" 36 Colorful expressions 38 More accurate 42 South African monetary unit 44 Elegant 45 Least tanned 47 Playful animal United Feature Syndicate 48 Thickens 49 Fashion designer Ashley 50 Actress Barton 51 Warehouse 52 Taxi 53 Change (a text) 54 “Far —the Madding Crowd" 55 Com Belt state 59 Comic strip sound "I % 4 rn , ^ •* Wurstfest Association President Bob Smith presents a check in the amount of $2,500 to Parks Director Iris Neffendof, Parks Department employees Ramon Zavala and Anselmo Hernandez, and Parks Advisory Board Chairman Hat Herbelin Jr. ;

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