New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 29, 1997, Page 6

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 29, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 29, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas Firefighters help Boy Scouts New Braunfels Firefighter* Anociation mambars Las Briar, secretary/treasurer Afton Hanamanw and president Lee Lane preset* a $400 check to Boy Scouts of America, represented by Senior Patrol Leader Michael KsndaB. Photo submitted Red Purse Day The New Braunfels Business and Professional Women’s Club celebrated National Pay Inequity Day — also known es Red Purse Day — on April 11. BPW members display buttons emblazoned with “Where is My 29 Cants,” the av erage difference In men’s and women’s salaries. Photo submitted Shop and Grow Club Shop and Grow Club members Sue Hosang, Kathy Koegle, Doris Ned Voges, Barbara Durham, Diane Mehrer, Jean Stautzenberger and Mary McEntee participated in a recent tour to Fredericksburg. Also going were Isla Daniels, Mary Ann Van Horn, Gloria Hughes and Joan Cabanas. Latest listings in... Real Estate in today’s in the Herald-Zeitung Classified section. Photo submitted New Jaycees board Tim IMW dos re of directors or ins nsw Drsunrsts Joy csss inctuoss, irorn row, from left: Lori Drown, Shelley MoCz, Usa Schossow and Stephen hn r»if ——- bdeasiSSSfltfi 9 umIa narc, sno Dock row* wtUtfi fvVMfiMn) dsioy MoynirUi Lonnw Carpenter, Rick Acevedo, preekfont Jeff Stuman and Darrin Toney. Not pictured are Kevin Webb, Brian Woodward, Jim Schurz and Lance Manciple. Photo submitted Pledge of Allegiance guide Guadalupe Valley American Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 39 presented “A Children’s Guide to the Pledge of Allegiance’’ to Comal Elementary School. From left ara (back row) librarian Deborah Cochran, Secretary of Unit No. 35 Joan P. Hefmke, (front row) Hailey Rockwell, Tyler Scituate, Zachary Waldrop and Pate Morales. HHYIX Photo submitted Council meets with professional women Members of New Braunfels City Council recently addressed the April 21 meeting of the New Braunfels Republican Woman. From left are Paul Freear, Juliet Watson, Brenda Freeman, Mayor Jan Kennedy and Cathy TalcotL Teaching recycling Photo submitted Mary Adel Schneider, Guada Coma Garden Club member, shows recyclable items at the Children s Museum to Will Stripling, 4, of Plano, who was visiting grandparents Roxoiin and Doyle Krueger In New Braunfels. The garden club took on recycling as a project this year. iii lSUBCTI MMf'l 9oi*9 o* ;* fVvfrg? Incredible! Superhuman! Never Before Witnessed! Join people of all ages to defy human strength, soar to new heights, play tug-of-war with magnets, jive and jam with lasers. It’s the new, magnificent H-E-B Science Treehouse of the Witte Museum. Four levels of hands-on adventures and activities. Thrill to many amazing discoveries at the H-E-B Science Treehouse. From under the ground to the tops of the trees! Bring the kids. Be a kid! lf Thomas Edison had designed a theme park, this would he it! SciChceTrce^oufC 3801 Broadway. Sail Antonio,Tarn OF THE WITTE MUSEUM ium: tie-aiMSM Opens March I. M * i- Photo submitted On to Girls State Guadalupe Valley American Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 35 •portsots and co-sponsors four Canyon High School juniors to attend Girts State. The girls will attend Jun 2-13 at Texas Lutheran University. From left are Isabel Morris, Girls State No. 35 chairman; Amanda Smith; Kiera Weiswurm; Jenise H ar bort h; Klrsta Snyder; and Joan P. Helmke, Unit No. 35 secretary.CAN'T KEEP UP? WE CAN HELP! Child Support • Medical Bills • Past Due Auto Loans • Back House Payments • Back Taxes • Credit Card Debts All Can Be Included! Bill CONSOLIDATION Also known as Debt Consolidation or Wage Earner Plan (Chapter 13 Bankruptcy) STOP CREDITOR HARASSMENT! NO CREDIT NEEDED! Call 1-800-342-3871 • (Local) 341-6303 pRCEvism) 24-HOUR RECORDED INFORMATION Clarkson & Volkman, Attorneys San Antonio, Texas Not Certified Texas Board of Legal Specialization LORA building group launches The group of local residents working to restore the LCRA Building, now known as tile Comal Power Plant Restoration Association Inc., has begun a membership drive to support its preliminary work. The group recently received its certificate of incorporation as a nonprofit corporation in the State of Texas Several committees have been formed and are working with Steering Committee Chairman Will Ryals to define the requirements for uses of the LCRA Building as a multi-cultural arts center and auditorium for New Braunfels and the surrounding area. Membership fees of $35 for a couple and $25 for an individual membership will be used for ongoing expenses, such as newsletter mailings and other costs in connection with responding to LCRA’s Request for Proposal which will be issued at a later date. CPPRA elected Frank Streightoff to serve as the group’s treasurer and Bobby e Streightoff as secretary. For information on the CPPR^ and it* progress, contact Will Ryals, 629-0847, or Betty Lou Rushing, 625-6362. 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