New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 5, 1996, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 05, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 5, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 2o HeraldZeltungOTuesday Novembers 1996 Wurstfest schedule for today and Wednesday TODAY YVursthalle Seven Dutchmen to Myron Florcn 8 to Das Grossc Zclt The Big Tent Village Family Band Jubilee Polka Band Alpenfcst Jubille Polka Band Alpenfcst Das Klcine Zclt The Little Tent Pretzel Benders Kerry Christcnscn master yodclcr Village Family Band 7 Kerry Christenscn master yodclcr 8 Pretzel Benders Ronnie Gucnthcrs Village Band Events 9 to 5 Where in the World is Germany Childrens Museum 10 to 4 Tour of First Protestant Church and Grounds 10 to 4 Tour of Ferdinand Lindheimer Home 10 to 4 Tour of St Martins Lutheran Church 10 to 4 Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture 10 to 4 Wagenfuehr Barber Shop Museum 10 to 5 Tour of Conservation Plaza 10 to 5 The Hummel Museum hourly tours 10 to 5 Sophienburg Museum 10 to Heritage Thirties Winds of ChangcYKaffce Haus Civic Center 10 to 6 Wurstfest Art Show New Braunfels Art League Gallery Noon to 1 Plaza Noon TunesDowntown Plaza Bandstand Old Time All for the Wurst Circle Arts Theatre WEDNESDAY Wursthalle Cloverleaf Orchestra to Myron Floren 8 to Das Grosse Zelt The Big Tent Seven Dutchmen Freiwillige Feuerwehr WINKELS Alpenfest Freiwillige Feuerwehr WINKELS Alpenfest Das Kleine Zelt The Little Tent Toni Noichl Kerry Christensen master yodeler Oma and the Oompahs 7 Kerry Christenscn master yodeler 8 Oma and the Oompahs Seven Dutchmen Other Events 9 to 5 Where in the World is Museum 10 to 4 Tour of First Protestant Church and Grounds 10 to 4 Tour of Ferdinand Lindheimer Home 10 to 4 Tour of St Martins Lutheran Church 10 to 4 Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture 10 to 4 Wagenfuehr Barber Shop Museum 10 to 5 Tour of Conservation Plaza 10 to 5 The Hummel Museum hourly tours 10 to 5 Sophienburg Museum 10 to Heritage Thirties Winds of ChangeVKaffee Haus Civic Center 10 to 6 Wurstfest Art Braunfels Art League Gallery Noon to 1 Plaza Noon Tunes Downtown Plaza Bandstand Old Time All for the Wurst Circle Arts Theatre Election Precinct No 1 that is being vacated by the retiring Commissioner Jumbo Evans In the constables race Republican incumbent Ed Mullins is running for a second term against Democrat Jim Sutton Comal County District Attorney Bill Reimer Republican and Democrat Vicki Langham are competing for the county attorneys job Voting Precincts Voters in the various precincts in Comal County can vote until 7 today at the following locations 1 New Braunfels Senior Citizens Center 655 Landa St 2 New Braunfels Presbyterian Church Hall 373 Howard 3 Onkwood Baptist Church 2154 N Loop 337 4 Canyon Lake Action Center 2673 in Saltier 5 Startz Cafe intersection of 2673 and 3159 in Startzvillc 6 Emergency Services Building intersection of 281 and Highway 46 in Spring Branch 7 26 Peace Lutheran Church Hull 1147 S Walnut Avc State Rep Edmund Kuempel of Seguin hopes to be reelected to another term in District 45 which covers Comal and Guadalupe Counties Kuempel a Republican is running against Libertarian Bill Utterback of Spring Branch State Board of Education member Bob Offutt a Republican who has dental practices in both San Antonio and New Braunfels is running for a second term against Nellie Ruth 8 25 Comal Elementary School 482 in New Braunfels 9 Mission Valley Bowling Club 2311 Highway 46 West 10 Bulverdc Community Center Bulverde and Ammann roads Bulverde 11 Garden Ridge Municipal Complex 9357 Schoenthal Road Garden Ridge 12 17 Headstart No 2 Housing Authority 109 Rosa Parks 13 27 Lone Star Primary School entrance on North Hildalgo 2343 W San Antonio St 14 28 United Methodist Church Wesley Hall entrance on Mill Street 572 W San Antonio St 29 30 Eagles Hall 257 E Bratton a Democrat In the District 21 state senate race state Sen Judith Zaffirini of Laredo is trying to fend off a challenge from Republican James C Whitworth Republican Congressman Lamar Smith and Democrat Gordon H Wharton will go against each other in the 21st District while Democratic Congressman Frank Tejeda is facing a challenge from Republican Mark Cude for the 28th District South St 16 Frazier Elementary School 1441 E High way 81 18 Canyon City Fire Station 306 at Canyon City 19 Fischer Community Center Highway 32 at 484 Fischer 20 Canyon High School new gymnasium 1510 Interstate 35 21 Spring Branch Volunteer Fire Department 281 at 311 Spring Branch 22 Faith United Church of Christ 970 Loop 337 23 Eden Home for the Aged 631 Lakeview 24 Northside Church of Christ 1130 306 Poppies provide public a chance to support Legion The public receives an opportunity each year to help in the significant work of the American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary as well as an opportunity to pay tribute to all who died in service to the United States by wearing a poppy during Poppy Days Poppy Days sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary Comal Unit 179 will be observed Nov 8 and 9 The Unitarian Universalists will have a representative from the Comal County Womens Shelter speak on the history role and goals of the Womens Shelter on Wednesday Nov pm at the Faith United Church of Christ 970 N Loop 377 Everyone is invited Properly taxes hurt homeowners panel finds DALLAS AP The governors tax study committee has come up with a final report that says a hybrid of taxes are the best way to lower property taxes The Dallas Morning News reported today The newspaper reported that the 17member panel concluded that rising property taxes are hindering capital investment and home ownership in Texas and theres substantial public sentiment to change it It appears that some combination of alternatives rather than a single replacement source may offer the best hope for a the report said The report also stated that any tax relief should come along with protections against the rise of property taxes to current levels The report is the result of two months of public hearings in 14 cities across the state conducted by a panel appointed by Gov George W Bush in April Ray Sullivan spokesman for the governor said Bush would not comment on the report until then Once Bush receives the committes report the next step is for the governor state leaders and state legislators to work out a plan Sullivan said Obituaries BRAUNTEX 6254411 290 W San Antonio aood thro I Than Life J T High School HJeh I CF51 On November 5th reelect Gloria K Clennan Tax Cristina Zamora County Commissioner Pet 3 Jose Gomez Constable Pet I and Vicki Langham County Attorney Louis Charlie Millican County Commissioner Pet 1 Jim Sutton Constable Pet 4 because when Democrats win everybody wins VOTE DEMOCRATIC PD POL AP BY COMAL COUNTY DEMOCRATS BOX 310767 NEW BRAUNFELS TX 78130 JILL SONDEEN TREA With Nationwide Even Time Is On Your Side Dave Howell KMart Plaza 1050 IH 35 East Suite 500 New Braunfels 210 6204224 8005272380 Your Nationwide agent understands thai your limo is valuable Thats why we offer extended office hours Open 9 to 9 MondayThursday 9 to 5 Friday and 9 to 1 Saturday rf 1 NATION WIDE Nationwide Is on your side a rf gltl rfj wrvW d NKfonwWe MMlual CwnfWny MuW Insurant ComfWV AUtetaJ J Roxic J Fulbright of New Braunfels died Sunday Nov 3 1996 at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 83 years She was born Feb 24 1913 in Fay Roscoe Abram Jordan and Martha Alice Myers Jordan She was a 13year resident of New Braunfels and a former resident of San Antonio A retired private duty nurse and a Presbyterian by faith she enjoyed gardening animals travel and family She is survived by son Bryan W Fulbright and wife Marie of Sugarland Texas daughters Wilma C Parrott of Lufkin Texas Alice C Harris of Lindsay Brenda Sparkman and husband LaRue of San Antonio Kathryn M Huegele and husband John of Austin brothers Eaton Jordan of Shawnee and Melvine Jordan of Parkdale sisters Pearl Miles of Three Rivers Texas and Grace Bast of Kingsville Texas 16 grandchildren 11 great grandchildren and one greatgreat grandchild She was preceded in death by two sons Thomas Eugene and Ralph Edward Fulbright Funeral service will be 2 Tuesday Nov 5 1996 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev Of Ken Peters officiating Burial will be in the Comal Cemetery Memorials may be made to the charity of ones choice Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Irene Caillouette aged 78 passed away Wednesday Oct 30 1996 She was bom Sept 8 1918 in Whitmorc to George Moore and Lana McDaniel Moore She was a long time employee of Russell Stover Candy Store Irene and her husband Charley and their son John owned and operated Highland Oaks Egg Farm for 15 years in New Braunfels She was a homemaker and a member of First Baptist Church New Braunfels She is survived by daughter Charlene Wilson and husband Cadwell son John Caillouette and wife Carol nine grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren She was preceded in death by her husband Charley Caillouette and a daughter Donna Kay McMichen Funeral services were conducted 11 Saturday Nov 2 1996 at Mission Park Funeral Chapel in San 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