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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 29, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 4A HERALDZEliTUNG July AROUND TOWN JESSIE Michael of Spring Branch Middle and Limura of Haniyama Junior High School in prac tice playing the drums Friday after Michaels par ents hosted Limura and three other children from the Japanese schools Archives Anonymous BY BgCKY LOMBARDO Special to the HeraldZeitung I am having a hard time getting photographs identi fied Im afraid they have been too I dug around and found some a lit tle older that hopefully will get your memory This conga line AA0356 appears to have been taken in the I know some of these children must look Call if you recognize any of As a matter of we have an Ilbyl4 on display at the If you need to see the larger just stop The young boy AA0357 is from an older definitely If you know anything about this please AA0356 Our appreciated group AA0355 we think were helpers from the Tye Preston Among the group are possibly Betty Louise Doyle Sonia Dan Gilliam and Stormy Gilliam Thank you Stormy Gilliam Trout and Helgard SuhrHol lis for Im still trying to figure out what 1920s gangsters AA 0354 are doing in If AA0357 you have last weeks look again to see if you know someone in that As keep keep remembering and keep Call 6291900 with identifications or Japanese music students get a taste Risk of wildfire comes too close for comfort of New Braunfels BY DYLAN Staff Writer SPRING BRANCH Limura Shota thought there was something wrong with his slice of pizza when he sat down to an aUAmerican dinner last Turned it was the soft drink served with the pizza that was hard for the Japanese visitor to He asked me to try it piz and it tasted regular to Michael a percus sionist with Spring Branch Middle Michaels parents hosted Limura and three other chil dren from Haniyama Junior High Schcolih The Daigles are one of 20 fam ilies that hosted the orchestra of 56 The visit includ ed a concert in San a rehearsal with SBMS band and a trip today to Schlitter Michael said many of the Japanese children didnt like the pizza and soda dinner that welcomed them to Kelly and Bob Michaels tried to make things as American as possible for the four kids they Subscribe today 6259144 Energy Bills too HIGH Call Kustom Aire Heating Air Conditioning 6061155 9 Equipment Sales Quality Service TACLBM13MSE Lone Star Theatres MARKETPLACE 12 651 Business IH 35 830 625 4400 ries feeding them bear claws for breakfast and ham burgers and hotdogs for din ner Friday The students speak little so most of the com munication was done through When Michael asked Limura if he liked Limu ra drummed his fingers on his Their diets might be differ but their dedication to their music Michael and Limura play Michael has been playing a year Limura three Its pretty common for Americans to practice five min utes a Michael adding that he puts in about two hours of work a Limura practices 3 hours a day and puts in full days on the Michael said he could tell the Hes very Michael having heard Limura and the orchestra Michaels hopes some of that work ethic rubs off on students in the SBMS band They just have a real love and dedication for their she said of the Japanese stu pEAKABBYilamthe wife of a I have a personal stake in letting your readers know they can help protect the lives of wild land firefighters as we expe rience yet another terrible new fire We have already seen those frightening orange flames leaping across our television screens as they are beaten back by firefight Brave men and women risk their lives to save com while families like ours watch the news and hold our Twentythree firefighters lost their lives in wildland fires last and more than 6 million acres were reduced to This year promises to be even more Millions of Americans live in whatiscalied urban These are DEAR ABBY areas of wild nature into which homes and even cities communities have been Last the residents of Denver were shocked to learn that their metropolis is a urban interface as firestorms swept down from the moun When houses are threatened or fire fighters are at homeowners can protect their dwellings and possessions and the lives of firefighters before the fires race toward Heres what to do Go your computer and type in is a free ser vice of the Forest the Red the National Fire Protection Association and dozens of other government and pri vate This Web site teaches visitors how to fire wise their imparting precautions homeowners can take to prepare their homes to ride out a wildland You cannot fireproof a but you can firewise and by doing you might save another firefighters family unending Sign me PRECAUTTOUS IN PLAC DEAR PRECAUTIOUS I hope millions of home owners will take advan tage of your helpful sug This nation has opened its heart to fire fighters and their fami especially during the last two The selfless courage of those dedicated men and women who put their safety on the line as they move into burning build ings or burning wild lands is 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