New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 16, 1997, Page 7

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April 16, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 16, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas '_ __ JHerajd-ZeltWe’re Meeting St Ann’s Christian Mothers of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church will meet at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Knights of Columbus Hall. County Extension Agent Roger Havlak will speak. The Unitarian Universalists will have Debbie Franks, deputy director of the Texas Freedom Network, speak on ^Mobilizing the Mainstream against Religious Political Extremism” at 7:30 p.m. today at the Faith United Church of Christ, 970 N. Loop 337. Child care is available. Historical Outdoor Art Gallery/NB will meet every third Thursday in the month. The next meeting will be 9 a.m. Thursday at the New Braunfels Art League Gallery, 239 W. San Antonio St. Anyone interested in committing time, energy, ideas and resources is welcome. For information call 609-1369,606-0470 or 606-6221. The Summerwood Garden Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at 537 Frostwood. There will be a neighborhood work day and picnic in Summerwood Parte horn 9 a.m. to noon Saturday. For information call 629-3682 or 606-4183. Eve Baldwin, president of the ladies auxiliary to the Department of Texas Veterans of Foreign Wars, will make her official visit to District 5 on Sunday. The district convention will be held at the McQueeney VFW Post Home this year. The New Braunfels Area Quilt Guild will meet at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the First Christian Church on Loop 337. Gail Valentine will present “That Reminds Me.” The Retired Eagles Activities Club will meet from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday at Eagles Hall. Hamburgers will be furnished by the club. Eagles Auxiliary 2999 will have a social meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday. Officers meet at 7 p.m. There will be nominations of officers. The New Braunfels Optimist Club will meet at 6:30 p.m. Monday at Molly Joe’s Restaurant. The speaker will be Jennifer Covington, director of the Comal Health Care Foundation. The Book Review Club will meet at IO a.m. Tuesday. The book is “A Thief of Time” by Tony Hillerman and will be reviewed by Peggy Edwards. The Joseph Acker Chapter No. 382, United States Daughters of 1812, will hold its regular meeting at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Mary Colson, 2801 Morningside Drive. The program will be “Andrew Jackson — His Moral Strength." McKenna supports program to address family violence Looking Back As a member of the Greater San Antonio Hospital Council, McKenna Memorial Hospital is participating in a new project to help stop domestic violence in Bexar, Comal and surrounding counties. Domestic violence affects communities through increased health care costs, loss of time, money and life as well as affecting a broad spectrum of the population. The Greater San Antonio Hospital Council is distributing an informative pocket card to 23 counties including Comal County. The card offers a short quiz to help victims identify themselves and to help them stay safe. These cards are available in hospital emergency rooms and other locations throughout the hospitals for victims to take, use and get help. “These cards provide a means of getting printed information to victims of family violence by making assistance, help and locations of agencies and services available in private locations,” said Marion P. “Johnny” Johnson, McKenna Memorial Hospital president. The cards, printed in English and Spanish, are custom tailored to each county by providing the local phone numbers for help lines and hotlines. Methodist Healthcare System has donated the printing of the cards for Comal County. By making victims of violence more aware of the opportunities for help, it is hoped that the result will be less incidence of domestic violence within the communities served by the hospitals. (Submitted by McKenna Memorial Hospital) By ROSEMARIE LEISSNER GREGORY Special to the Herald-Zeitung 125 years ago (1872) Translators: Cart and Ethel Saur F. Goldbeck as presiding Justice of Comal County and H.E. Fischer as District Clerk of Comal County ask for bids from building contractors on the repair of the Comal County Courthouse. The bids are due by May 25,1872. Word by telegraph here from Austin brings the news that Conrad Bormann from Geronimo and his son were found murdered near Austin. Mr. Langkopf is said to have been the highest bidder at the auction last Wednesday for the New Braunfels Woolen Manufacturing Company which included 1,212 acres elsewhere. The bid was $ 17,000. IOO years ago (1897) Translator: Lottie Nebergall Miller The Guadalupe River ford at Comal Cemetery is now again fully restored and can be crossed without worry. And the road on both sides of the river is also now in the best of conditions. The display in the show window at Voelcker’s Drug Store is again the most attractive one in town. The original display features the manner in which colorful Easter eggs are brought in by sail boat; and Easter rabbits in all sizes are standing by to deliver the eggs on Easter morning. Last Sunday 20 girls and 13 boys were confirmed in the German Protestant Church. Mrs. Widow Carl Schuenemann has sold her business and building at Clear Springs to her father-in-law, Mr. Fritz Schuenemann, whose son, Ernst, has been with the business for several years and will now manage it. 75 years ago (1922): Arlene Krueger Seales The local Chamber of Commerce, through Secretary Louis H. Scholl, is busy in its effort to have the two neighboring cities, Seguin and New Braunfels, connected up with a first class road. And a good road between Seguin and New Braunfels will be a tie that binds them closer together. In the German Protestant Church, in connection with the Festivals, the Holy Communion will be administered on Good Friday and Easter Sunday. The musical part of the programs will be an especial prevalent feature. Everybody cordially invited to attend. Morning services, at IO o’clock. Evening services at 7:30, and Sunday school at 8:45 am. CHAUTAUQUA ORGANIZATION ... The New Braunfels 1922 Chautanqua Association was organized as follows at a meeting held in the Chamber of Commerce Hall ... President, Louis H. Scholl; Vice-President, Emil Hcincn; Sccretary-Treasurer, G.O. Reinarz.... Grounds Committee: U.S. Pfeuffer, Chairman; R.H. Wagenfuehr, E.A. Eiband. ... Advertising Committee: Ben F. Nebergall, Chairman; Dr. C.V. Windwehcn, Vice-Chairman ... Ticket Committee: Emil Fischer, Chairman; Mrs. E.P. Stein, Vice-Chairman. ... Reception Committee: J.R. Fuchs, Chairman; Mrs. A. Altgelt, Vice-Chairman. ... Junior Chautaugua: Mrs. H. Adams, Chairman.... Stage Decorations: Mrs. H.C. Locke, Chairman. SAN JACINTO CELEBRATION WEEK. ... San Antonio, Texas. ... Texas Historical Pageant. ... Opens Wednesday night, 19th of April, repeats 20th and 21st of April. Tickets on sale on and after April 18th at Goggans — $1.00 each. $1.50 box seats each (six in a box).... Thursday, San Houston and Royalty night.... Synopsis. ... The pageant is to cover 400 years in Texas history, from the present back to 1522. The opening scene shown Mother Nature dancing with the wild flowers, symbolical of the great empty Texas waste before the coming of the white man. Mother Nature, after her dance, turns the state over to History, and History, as a young girl, holds a scroll on which are written succeeding events, which are really titles and subtitles for the pageant.... Then comes the first white man then LaSalle, the Spanish period opens, life in Texas during the Missions, the early colonists, the revolution, the fall of the Alamo, the victory of San Jacinto, all will be shown. ... The coming of Gen. Sam Houston and the Victory of San Jacinto will be followed by the presentation of Texas as a State, the days of the cowboys and the prairie schooner trains. This leads to the coming of Robert E. Lee, the cattle days following the Civil War and on down to the Spanish American War period. Teddy Roosevelt will be characterized during this presentation. ... The pageant will show Texas under many flags and a beautiful love story is arranged for each flag period, and will close with modem Texas, the World War and the return of troops victoriously from the battlefields of Europe. ... If reservations are desired through mail, send check to cover numbers to chairman or Mrs. Ed. McClannshan, Secretary, 132 E. Magnolia. 50 years ago (1947): Betty Pfeuffer Triesch Upward of 2,000 persons packed Landa Park Sunday afternoon as a clear sky, sunshine and near-summer temperatures marked the official opening of the park for this season. As an added attraction to the opening, an Army demonstration team from Uhtap Hood had on display modern war equipment including a tank, tank transport, engineer bridge equipment, 75 mm recoilless rifle, quartermaster equipment and medical equipment. A constant stream of people walked across Landa Park Lake on a pontoon bridge being demonstrated by the Army. For the first time this year, the swimming pool was filled, and early season swimmers were not hesitant about plunging into the pool. New Braunfels Becomes City of 12,000 in Past Decade’s Growth. ... The last indications of New Braunfels growing population came in 1943 when 7,400 persons registered for ration books. Population according to the 1940 census was 6,970. Building in Landa Park Highlands number two, which was not developed until May, 1939, has been rapid, considering that home building practically ceased for Spring Savings Woman’s Day MAG AUM! V WHEN VOO WY THE MAY 13 ISSUE J" MAHUFACTUKrS COUTON/tXWKSJWJjLlffXl * I I i Woman s nay MAY 13 ISSUE 901 I ■ CoupangeeloKiiwWeewiiOiiiilliill,    OfcisifeesHef    12 |i»7 Not tmlmtti Csnaumo* MO te ■“ Oat COUPON PW | ct. iwviiec A a ... .iKi iQTta A COO.    rn    t #*fvtifai1 Of 20c OFF WHEN YOU BUY Woman’s Day MAY 13 ISSUE four years during the war. There are now 34 homes in Highlands number two and 16 in Highlands number one. Reason given by Mayor Nuhn for recent growth of the city are an influx of people to Texas in general, and publicity received by this area during the war has made moving to New Braunfels a popular idea to many people. “Jumpin’ Jupiter”, a three-act comedy with a mixture of gangsters, ransom money, astronomers and a rich heiress, has been selected by Edwin L. Harden, high school dramatics teacher, for the annual senior play, the play will be given by dual casts on two nights, Thursday and Friday, May 15 and 16th, in the gymnasium. ... Casts named for the play include El va Rae Fischer and Rachel Mendlovitz as Abbey, Barbara Jo Frances and Pat Harmon as Dot; Pauline Wimberly and Hilda Beth Nowotny as Mollie Malone; Julianne Heinen and Renee Mendlovitz as Pat, Kenneth Liefeste and Heinrich Jung as Bob; Alice Maroney as Gilda; Patsy Carmody as Minnie; Charlene Kramer and Nelvia Kowald as Irene. Five Comal County men answered a call for help from disaster relief workers in Texas City shortly after a series of explosions blasted the city and killed hundreds, left here at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday.... Volunteers included Chief Deputy Sheriff Ted Green, Justice of the Peace H.R. Voges, Constable Milton Doerr, Deputy Sheriff Ottis Brausell and Jimmie Roessing. The call for volunteers was forwarded here from the sheriffs office in Houston. ... Texas City, the location of chemical plants, oil fields and shipping docks lies IO miles northwest of Galveston across Galveston Bay. Jumping the Gun on the call for relief they know will come within a day or two, the Comal County Chapter, American Red Cross, Thursday announced a Community Program for the benefit of the Texas City Disaster sufferers to be held at the High School Gymnasium next Tuesday night, April 22 at 8 p.m. ... The program is a repeat performance of a show and musical, singing, dancing and musical numbers put on at the Brooke General Hospital Wednesday night and the Chapter jumped at the opportunity/tojmake the show available to local residents with the trained cast. It is all local talent, the High School Band was also asked to participate. ... Admission will be 25 and 50 cents but opportunity will be given for more generous contributions at the program through a free will offering. 25 years ago (1972) Myra Lee Adams Goff Police officers set up two road blocks Saturday and again Sunday in the area of Clemens Dam, and made a total of 54 arrests on drug, liquor, and motor vehicle violations, in an attempt to clean up the dam area. ... Eight officers from the city police The Deals are Better at Becker department took part in the Saturday roadblocks, which netted a total of 30 alleged violators. Of the 30 arrested, 14 were on narcotics charges, and two, both females, were from New Braunfels. Four of the narcotics arrests were juveniles. Comal County was besieged by fires over the past weekend and into Monday, as fire departments for New Braunfels, Canyon City, Spring Branch, Bulverde, Boerne, Startzville, Bracken, and Seguin combatted over half a dozen blazes. ... The biggest and most persistent fire was a grass and brush fire in Encino Hills which erupted Sunday morning and still smoldered Tuesday afternoon. Garden Ridge, Comal County’s newly formed city near die Bexar and Guadalupe County borders, now l»s 11 announced write-in candidates for alderman, one for mayor, and two for marshal. ... The election will be Tuesday, May 2. . PUftCmSE Goat) Of*, It USA APO* I FPO* IM ttmt I MIM Any (Mi UM anMMM tau! AHAUS: la <•» ■ PA* K hon** AM •    infill I HUMM Fapace* Magaznat    I ll ll <1    I I toe CHS Oaf! 127100 Ona J IWM Dr Oat to TX TOMO I Coupon awl hi MAMMA ii Iaompaanoa MIM Ah CMP wk* VM* L______ They too... Believed A Musical Drama Presented By First Baptist Church f-1 733 Cross Street New Braunfels, Texas April 15, 16 7:00 p.m. AU seats are free. For preferred early seating, FREE tickets are available at the church office. 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