New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 21, 1996, Page 2

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April 21, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 21, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 2A^Htoral^Zeiturg .j»*    «    •..    **•«?    w*, Niles i >5 "IS & I, \ J Tilt next and final group featured at Plaza Nitss is th* authentic mariachi sound of Mariachi Ecos (to America. They WHI perform their frat concert, sponsored by Main Street, on Thursday, April 25 at 7 p.m. at the Plaza Bandstand. The local group plays for a variety of occasions, and have performed at Sea World with the Argentinian movie star Amanda Miguel. Comprised of three violins, a guitarron, vlhuela, guitar and two trumpets, the performers ara leader Jaime Padilla and eon Oscar, Yvonne Vaaquez, Jaaaa Mojica, Rank Rub, Robert Limon, Arturo Figueroa, and Johnny Perez. Bring your friends, lawn chairs, and picnic supper and enjoy en evening on the Plaza. Obituaries flkpey Fays I aechalin Nancy Faye Laechelin Hajek of Bay Qty died on April 19,1996 at the age of 47. Nancy was bom June 20,1948 in Seguin, Texas and taught school for Bay Qty ISD for 17 years. She is survived by her husband Martin Hqjek and daughter Jill of Bay City, eon Jason of Staples, parents Adeline and Harley Laechelin of Staples, sister Donna Bonier and her husband Jeff of Austin, sister Connie Bagley and her husband Dormy, two nieces (Charley ■id Robin and one nephew Josh of San Marcos. Rosary will be held at Taylor Brothers Funeral Home in Bay City cm Sunday, April 21 at 7 pm Services will be held at St. Peter and Paul Catholic flinch inNpw Braunfels on Monday, April 22, at 2 pm followed by burial at QuttMupt Valley Memorial CWhT-' i My- Memorials may be made to the Senior Citizens Center, 6S5 Landa St., New Braunfels, TX. aSr-! 'FUNERAL HOME Robert Arthur Clay comb Robert Arthur Claycomb, of New Braunfels, died Friday, April 19,1996 at the age of 53. He was bom on December 6,1942 in San Antonio, TX to Henry Franklin Claycomb and Opal Irene Stermberg. He was employed as a dishwasher at the Bavarian Village Restaurant, where he was a long time employee. Mr. Claycomb is preceded in death by his parents, by a sister, Mary Ann Engel of New Braunfels and a brother, Alvin Claycomb of New Braunfels. John Claycomb and wife, Shirley of New Braunfels and Joey Albeit Claycomb of San Marcos, three nieces and three nephews. A graveside service will be held at 2 p.m. on Monday, April 22, 1996 at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park with die Rev. Rick Bartlett officiating. There will be no visitation at the funeral home. WALNUT 6 629-6400 IH 35 and Walnut Ave. Cdbc Pride PGI Soi-Swr HOW 5:20 7:1 Erma B. Wilson of New Braunfels, TX died Haxschy, April 18,1996 at the aga of 65. She was bom in El Dorado, KS. In 1949 she met and married Cliffed D. Wilson. Mn. Wilson worked in the banking business most of her life, starting in bookkeeping and retiring as an officer. She had served two terms as president of the American Institute of Banking; was a member of the Bank Aikiani Stratton Institute; a board member of the National Asaodatkm of Bank Women; and a member and officer of the National Association of Business Women. She was a member of the Women’s Hospital Auxiliar of Odessa md was involved in internal and external special community activities, through programs especially designed for senior citizens. Mrs. Wilson is survived by her husband, Clifford D. Wilson of New Braunfels; daughters, Nan-cy Adcock and husband Billy of Odessa, and Teresa Wilson of Holston; grandchildren, Chris Eric Waller and wife Neely and Jason Dwight Waller md wife Evelyn; prat grandsons, Jason Dwight Waller ll and Michael Ryan Waller. A memorial service was held Seaiday, April 20 at the Senior Citizens Crater, New Braunfels, TX *4:30 pm with Rev. Fred Martin officiating. 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Nbw Braunfels, Tx 210-629-9121 be held at Schlitterbahn V V"’    ■    ‘.x-    •    ■    .    •-    •    b    *;«• By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer Comal County Health Department Nurse Shel McWilliams has emphasized the need for parents to immunize their children. And the free immunization clinic at Schlitterbahn Saturday, April 27 is a perfect opportunity to do so. “I think die problem we have is people thinking that diseases (measles, polio, diphtheria) are a riling of the past,” McWilliams said. ‘‘We have some parents who don’t take the time to immunize thbir children. But since we have a very mobile society, people can get diseases anywhere. The best line of defense is to have adequate immunizations.” The Schlitterbahn immunization clinic will be held at the water park’s Surfenbeig Section on Union Street from IO a.m. to I p.m. Children under 17 years of age will be immunized for all kinds of diseases such as measles, diphtheria and polio. Free admission tickets will be given to each child immunized Adults who bring a child under three years of age to be immunized will receive a free admission to the park. The clinic is being sponsored by Schlitterbahn, the county health department, Texas Department of Health's Shots Across Texas program Memorial contributions may be made to rile Robert Claycomb Memorial Fund at Bavarian Village Restaurant. Doeppenschmldt Funeral Home PARTICIPATE (in your City Government! Next Meeting: 7:30 p.m. Mon. 4/22/96 City Hall - Municipal Court Mary Lou Erben and health agencies from San Antonio, Austin and Hays County. Compared to the rest of rile state and the nation, Comal County does well when it comes to immunizing its children._ ._ it will be a festive kind of atmosphere ... We want to get flie kids’ minds off of getting shots BSB* _—    Sherrie    Brammall “We have 75 percent of children under two years of age who are immunized,” McWilliams said, “which is good compared to the national and state average. But it means that one-fourth of our babies are not protected in Comal County. It is improved significantly over the last four years when we probably had 60 percent” Dr. Alice White, coordinator of special health initiatives for the Texas Department of Health, said rite goal of the Shots Across Texas program is immunization awareness. “Our goal is to get 90 percent of infants immunized in Texas (by 1996) and put into place permanent systems which will make sure infants stay fully immunized,” White said. “We want \miu k.m ()i ient L\press The Great American West By RaU Grand Canyon to Denver Four departures In July PRI \ H W SHOW Sheraton Fiesta in San Antonio (across from North Star Mall) May 4 at 10:00 a. rn. RSVP to Incredible Journeys, Inc. 1-800-777-5092 to create coalitions to reach out to volunteer and civic organizations across the state and mobilize local members to get involved in local immunization efforts.” Schlitterbahn public relations director Sherrie Brammall said the water park is co-sponsoring the clinic because it wants to do its part in helping eradicate childhood diseases. Last year, 500 people were immunized during the clinic’s first year and Brammall says the clinic will be filled with fun and entertainment “It will be a festive kind of atmosphere,” Brammall said. “We will have an activity area provided by the New Braunfels Children Museum, entertainers and a puppet show. We want to get the kids’ minds off of getting shots while they are waiting.” De You Oeed A Scholor/hlp for College? Billions of Dollars In Scholarship Money go Ult CLAIMED Beery Tear! 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