New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 6, 1997, Page 9

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 6, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung Q Sunday, July 6,1997 □ 9A ()nr Service Makes YOU The Occasion! The Quilt Barn Fabrics Notions • Classes Gifts Now Open! 186 E. Garden Steeet New Braunfels, TX 78130 (210) 620-5810 Comer of East Garden and Comal, I Block from Civic Center ALAMO... THE PRICE . OF FREEDOM J Sponsored By Luby’s I * * Him, 1,2,4 St 6pm Relive the 13 day siege. hte 1 1 Id&le KHunt 3 Si 7pm Tike off for the wild blue yonder with the JS. Navy’s Blue Angels. WUVDKU •T* •«••!», Noon A 5pm tm BP TO 14.00 Prase* this coupon and receive SIDO od each on up lo 6 adult or children's reguarly priced single feature tickets. Some restrictions apply Expires 9/8/07. Enjoy a fantastic voyage of discovery through the colorful and I vibrant “Work! Ocean.** Cal (210) 225-4629 or 1-800-354-4429 NOW SHOWING Volcano 8 & 10pm Blockbuster feature length 35 min films show nighdy. Check daily for current feature by calling . 1-800-354-4629 Located in downtown San Antonio on second level of Rivercenter Mall for more infrotnation    ij ^Pexhafii you lent a Lovely caid, (Dt tat quietly in a cnaix.    •    . SPexhafi i you lent a funexal ifixay, Of lo are law it thexe. TPexfiab.! you ifiohe tile kindest wend I, cZTi any friend could lay; TP ex hafri you were not thexe at alt\ gait ihouqk of ui that day , ^Whatevex you aid to comose oui beauti, ^We thank you lo much, whatevex the fraxt. Ohs family of enarz <cOVeuie Enjoying a holiday weekend Fourth of July revelers soak up fun and sun in traditional Comal style 321 Mill Street, New Braunfels 625-3316 Jose Hinojosa carries Michelle Sanchez on his shoulders because of the hot pavement ss they make their way to the Comal River tube chute this holiday weekend. HerakJ-Zeitung photo by Mtcha#t DamaU Herald-Zeitung photo by Michael Damalf Tubers and good times go hand-in-hand on the Comal River. Several tubers wave at the camera as they go under Comal River Bridge at San Antonio Street GEOFFREY BEENE cucci Calvin Klein • No tine Bifocal* — We— a* —— *■! n SjMean A eaASA • Reflection rrae ueneee • Sunglasses • Custom Tinting • Has Abutments * Oeanins • Lsnaes mads with computer accuracy • Currant Rx can bo sxsctty i Over 25 Different Designers! ESQ rm.ff I Non-RX | Sunglasses Expra JUy 31.1967 Hmm Coupon rn Ttae j Prereni Coupon rn Tm* . ^ oIPuhNm ^    fltPuhMh \ /TES* 20% off { rn I Frames J Expires Att 3' 1987 | dakota smith. ADRIENNE VITTADINI I Pe anim sdm ISI Iv tarnal Herald-Zeitung photo by Michael Darnall CLEANERS I TUXEDOS You wouldn’t wear your everyday clothes to a special occasion. So, don’t wear those everyday glasses, either - wear that ’’Spare Pair” for your special occasion. We’ll make them fast even if it’s a last minute decision. Glasses in about I hourI Quality 'Eye Care. East, Friendly Service. Come ’SEL* the difference a "SPA^L FAJIC of glasses can moi# for Herald-Zeitung photo by Michaet Camail Tubers lins up st tbs Comal River tubs chute this holiday wetland. Crowds wars per for the course throughout the weekend in New Braunfels. Pathfinder sends photos of Mars back to Earth Regan Shes found other uses for her American flag during the annual Independence day parade around the plaza Friday. VA ■—/ designer eyewear Tanger Outlet Center San Marcos. Texas (512) 392-7233 *v—j rj PASADENA, Calif. (A?) — The Pathfinder, carrying a robot explorer to search for traces of bygone life on Mars, landed on the red planet Fnday, an Independence Day return by mankind to Earth’s nearest neighbor after a 21 -year absence. The exact states of the spacecraft — whether it was damaged or not — was not immediately known. A radio signal received from the Martian surface suggested that it landed with its base petal on the ground Flight Director Rob Manning made the announcement shortly after IO a.m. PDT to cheering scientists in the flight control center. Interpretation of the radio signal through the automated landing process was the only immediate indicator of the spacecraft’s status. “We have a lot to do yet. It’s very exciting, but we want everyone to know we’re still not out of the woods yet,” Manning said minutes after the landing. Pathfinder’s 22-pound six-wheeled rover, called Sojourner* won’t begin creeping across the dusty flood plain called Ares Vallis until tonight at the earliest. Pathfinder’s aim was so accurate thru no overnight course corrections were needed, engineers said. “It’s been wonderfully dull,” Manning joked earlier. The route wa* so fine-tuned that Pathfinder was headed for a 62-by-12-mile ellipse in the southwest pert , of its original 100-by-60 mile target. That could give Pathfinder a v tew of a 1,600-foot island carved by an ancient flood — which geologists would savor. “It looks very promising for us to be able to see some interesting horizon,” said Peter Kallemyn. lead navigation engineer. Launched in December. Pathfinder was designed to shoot like a bullet through space at 17,000 mph and enter the Martian atmosphere at a 14.2-degree angle. ;

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