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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 11, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas iiLooking Back Comal Gouty Historical Ccrmssfcr Sophentxirg Mus:^ anc Valves ROSGMAR€ LBSShER GREGORY Special to tie Henid-Zeiung US yon age (If!) Traostar Cad and Ethel Saw Diwwno ts under w for a 2 -spat steel bridge across the Conal River. Each wpm h to be 80 fee*. The erat is to he $6,000 Fin MI commie as sooe as the State Legislature approves a special local tax for the cost of cunstructKXL Fabens Deering to see the Gerton iii Mill Des. Dolmen and Oaessen are to come to esther the Guadalupe Hotel ar Dr. Koeste^s office. Henman Seek; seacuy and a Near Bfemnfck Academy Trustee MT the the doctors certify no student rn the Academy has a contagious disease. IM years aga (18%) Translator Lathe N. Miller Fist-size pieces of ice falling Wednesday of last week during a Mnrm fwwt mrh Amy in the area of Cranes Mill along the Guadalupe River. Young pities were destroyed, trees and roofs at several places were dunged heavily. Had was driven by wind against fences to be a foot-deep. Long chams of shrieking wild geese flew over the town towards the north this morning. The newly re-arranged Markfeld’s Garden; next to the dance floor, will feature an balian night on its opening date, Sunday. Gruene’s Orchestra will play. Dancing will be flee. 75 years ago (1921): Arlene Krueger Seales Upon a general invitation recently issued by Manager Davis, of the Bell Telephone Company. Wednesday afternoon the followup patrons visited the exchange and were given an idea of just how the work is done. Manager Davis and ChiefOperator Mbs Anime Bose. who has been wife the conopmy ax    deplaned at length to Messrs Walter Gerlach. SY. Pfeuffcr, Robert Ta vs. Hugo Babel, Postmaster Abohms, and Dr. M.C tingler. At the tare cftoe visa dr foRowmg employes were at waft with four changes daily: four in the mooning, three in the afternoon. three in the evening and one Aam 10 pm to 7 am Misses Hedwig Bose. Oilily Obcrkanqx Eknora Schumann bene OhokampC Hobe Tausch. Mrs. Nannie Salmon, Kisses Olivia Ahes, Butine Bose and Johanna Jatm, Cashier, lf more of our citizens would vu* toe Exchange and see the effort the faithful workers make to please it would be a help lo the company, as there would be fewer constants. There are 816 phones in use and over these phones it is safe to say more tom 4,000 people take duly. Tile New Braunfels Brewery started up the big oil engine last week for the first time since the airplane dropped down on it The new short-coupled connection works like a charm and will increase the ice capacity of the plant considerably this year. The fire boys were called out three brees Thursday night by fires at the Mergele store which was in broom com stored in a warehouse at toe rear of the store. Miss Caroline Pfeuffer was the charming little hostess to a large number of her friends Saturday afternoon when she entertained with an Easter party at the home of her grand-par-ents, Mr. and Mrs. S.V. Pfeuffer. Ar Easter egg hunt was one of the main features of the afternoon and pretty prizes were awarded. A number of outdoor games were enjoyed, and dainty refreshments were served. Mr. A. Hematin and wife, popular pioneer people of our town, celebrated Casteel to lead March , of Dimes WalkAmerica Saturday morning County Judge Carter Casteel will lead hundreds of New Braunfels residents as they walk for someone they love during the South Central Texas Chapter of the March of Dimes Birth ^defects Foundation’s 1996 WalkAmerica on Saturday, April 13. “I am walking to help build a brighter future for America’s babies,” Casteel said. “I am walking for someone I love, and for all the babies who will be born healthy as a result of March of Dimes research, education, and community programs, such as the Nett Egg Prenatal Care Incentive Program right here in New Braunfels.” Last year, over 75 walkers in New Braunfels raised more than $7,000. Funds railed in WalkAmerica over the past 26 years have totaled more than $800 million. During that bine, the March of Dames has achieved major breakthroughs for America’s mothers and babies inchiding newborn screening test for PKU to prevent mental retardation and toe development of surfactant therapy to treat respiratory distrere syndrome and help premature babies breathe. The 26th WalkAmerica holds great promise for future generations by raising critical funds for such March of Dimes programs as: • pioneering gene therapy research their 43rd wedding anniversary We&Ksday. Mr. Horaam was born in New Braunfels while Mrs, Homa® was bara in Washington county, but came to New Braunfels with her parents, toe Gieseckes, when a girl and when the woolen trails here were turnip out goods that had a sale all over the country. Both Mr. and Mrs. Homaon ane in fail enjoying* of health and their many friends wish for them many more useful, happy years. 58 years aga (1946): Betty Pfeuffer Triesch Curt E. Schmidt, for the past many years principal of the Carl Schurz elementary school, was Tuesday night named Secreta^-manager of the New Braunfels Bourd of Development and Chamber of Commerce, succeeding Wad Bonis, resigned. Schmidt will continue with his school work until the end of the current term June I when he will assume filii time work on his new position. In the interim he will devote hours after school, evenings and Saturdays to the chamber work. Cult Schmidt, local wheel horse, had two new jobs this week. Just after having been named new Secretary of toe chamber of commerce Tuesday night, toe New Braunfels Rotary Club that could lead to treatment for devastating diseases like cystic fibrosis, sickle cell disease and diabetes, • mobile clinics that bring prenatal care to women who don’t have access to it, • work site prenatal care health promotion programs, • an important new nationwide campaign to educate couples about what they can do before pregnancy to help their baby be bom healthy — ’Think Ahead.” “We are honored to have Judge Casteel as the 1996 Honorary WalkAmerica Chairperson,” said Jennifer Mayets, community director. “With her leadership and guidance, along with the community’s support, we can make toe New Braunfels WalkAmerica one of the best and give America’s babies a better chance at a healthy start in life.” For more information on WalkAmerica, contact Jennifer Mayers at 1-800-594-2057. The March of Dimes is a national voluntary health agency whose mission is to improve the health of babies tty preventing birth defects and infant mortality. Through its Campaign for Healthier Babies, the March of Dimes funds programs of research, community service, education and advocacy. The Comal Independent School District Personnel Department has a new menu-driven Automated Job Line. Individuals can retrieve information I on currant district professional and/or * support staff job openings. Callers can also provide their names, * addresses and phone numbers to J receive a job application or leave mes- CHILDREN 6-11 YEARS OLD NEEDED FOR SPRING ALLERGY STUDY Do you have a runny nose, sneezing, congestion or itchy, watery eyes in toe Spring? lf so, we need volunteers for an allergy research study involving an investigational medication. Skin teste and evaluation by a Board Certified Allergist provided at no cote. Qualified patients will be PAID up to $180. CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH (210)429-9036 • Metro: 609-0900 \ ii ii 11 XI Ic ii? \ Si u 11 \ XI so iii Mi oi? 11' named him to toe presidency of that wpniatkw Other officers will be tamed by the Board of Directors, New Directorate includes WIL Briggs, G O. Retnarz, Guy Middleton, Dr. R.C. Schumann, Alfred Setke, outgoing president Win. Voigts and Schmidt The New Braunfels Band and Orchestra, under the direction of Victor Rase, received a Division I rating in the fir* post1Mwar Band and Orchestra contest-festival of Region 6 held on toe Soudrwest Texas Teachers College campus Friday, Mardi 15. Region 6 comprises Southwest Texas and 27 bonds were represented....Rating I signifies that toe band represented the best conceivable performance for the event and class of participants being judged and was worthy of the distinction of being recognized as a “first place winner.** Controlling interest in the outstanding stock of toe New Braunfels Hotel Company owner of the Hotel Foist, hashes acquired by Milton WDictz. local bank official, be revealed this week. Contrary to current rumors, Dietz denied that the Hotel has been sold, nor is any such sale being contemplated. He declined to comment further on future plans, other that to emphasize that toe Hotel Company, as such, would continue to operate much as it is at present. 25 years ago (1971) Myra Lee Adams Golf Ray Katt, New Braunfels native who reached toe pinnacle of success in his chosen career of baseball, playing with the World Champion New Yolk Giants as catcher, and later coaching at New Braunfels High School for four years, made his debut as a college coach Tuesday when he led his Texas Lutheran Bulldogs in a double-header against toe defending Southwest Conference champions, toe University of Texas Longhorns, in Austin. sages for the Personnel Department after normal business houri. To use the Automated Job Line, call the Central Office at (210) 625-8081/885-7674, and ask to be connected to the Job Line. After business hours, follow the voice mail menu instructions to connect to the Job Line. BEMITVUL CANADIAN ROCHES . 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