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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 21, 1952, New Braunfels, Texas •NEW BRAUNFEI^S ZEITUNG v HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY August 21, 1952 Regulatory Bill for Doe Killing Received Favorably at Mason The Comal County Wildlife CornmitifO rffK^rts a favoraVjIf r^Tppf^***^ ^^ deer ec»ntrol bill prf.sfnti-d to the six tif"-; ineetiisji in Mason Thurs-day, Auis'ust 14. A copy of the hill was stibiiuttefi to the local Chamber of Commerce for f I i r ti 5 e r co r i s i f i e r a t i o o. The bill Wi)ukl place aU ref^-olatory powers with reference t«i wildlife, huntiriii. and the propajj^alion of the j^ame in Ma-r-.on, Gillespie, Kerr, Ken^iall. IJano, arid Corrtal (.'ourities hi the hands (>f the Cafne arid Fish r>)rnrTiissir>rs. The proposf'fl hsil v/dl be pr<"senti'd to ih»' State I/i'iiislatiir*- for passai^c. IJrjfler prf»vi,si<in.s oi thf pro-f^ijsffi bill, y/here a larulowner would iiod Ids place ovorpop-ulatfd v/ith doi- fif-cr, he Would be i^iVi'n the n^dit to af)-¡:M'al to the i'lumc C'otruius:-.ion fiii relief. The (liituv ("oiriuii.--,-siofi would rnak(> a joirit Kurvf-y wiihi thi' landowrjer of hi.s jilace anil decide on the riuruber of floe rioer to be ehrninaterl. Doe killinji permits for the particular place in ^juestion would be issued, Artliur Wcidner, Menry Kouipel, R. K Coreth. and Paul W. ahn rcpri'Si'ntpri Cotnal C(>iinty at the uifH-tin^. -...... (> .......... Four New Braunfels Students to Graduate At SWTSTC Thursday San Marcos -- Mrs. Irnogene lienrie Staats, Joe W. Clennan. Marta Miratnar Delgardo. and John A. Flanagan, all of New Braunfels, are ainonti candidates for iiraduation this siuii-jner at Southwest Trxa.s State Teachers College. Three hundred and seventeen degree applu^ants, 153 for the master's and 164 for the bachelor's degrees, completed fxains Monday. James Thyne Henderson, British consul-general in Houston, has been selected to make the com-!n?,'ncernenl address at the College on Thursday. August 21, at 7:30 p.m.Many from Here Visit Harry James Dance A group of Irx-ahtes p>artH'd at Cl'.ib St'-venoak«: rught, August 14. %vhen Harry James arul his orchestra played at the Ciub. Couples m the large party sn-eiuded Ceori/.e (/oepf Jr , and Hilda P.efh Nowotny, Doyle-Krueg^ r and Roxoiyn F'osc, i.i-^he I>edekf> arid Shirh^v Riee, Cicfirgf Nov.'otny anfl i^at-?v (ioi't/ of Seguui, Preston Kl■oí,ko^kv und Mollv Sto-baugii. l^iU Proeter anfl Nancy Staats, i'^lwood i^n'is;-, anfl Janic«' Dcnnuirk. Carroll •■(»oofy" HofTmann a.ful Nina Cole, C»ary Vojgf arid Mary Ag-fic-,. Moravit/, «»f Segmn, i)ou<^ las KrUcyer and Jo Fvlleii Lar-ot Hou.-ton, Bobby Ihllings iirid JaiiCilc William;-. Cluirhe Kramer anrl Mary Ann Smith, Mei}c»n Schiif'wer an<l i^atncia J-'enningion <>i fhiuston, Arncj liecker an<i Manlvn Haag.Miss Geraldine Haas Honored at Shower MiSs rieraifhrie Haa-narned h'>r;or<'" <]!■ a personal -ho-.v'T. Friday rught, giv^-n by Mr-. Cammie Jones at hf-r home. 920 We-t San Antonio Strr*»t. I'hp^ Hi^stesvs presented Miss Haa.s with a Ci:)rsage of light bronze chrysanthemums and her mother, Mrs, Ench Haas, vVith a corsage of pink crfiwn asters. Tiie .i^ift table was centered with a doll dressed in light green and surrcainded with bonvardia tinted green. Lime sherbi't piunh, cofikies. and lireon mints vv(-ri> servefl from a talile centered with an ar-riingernerit of white jx.-m rnuHi^-. Mi;— Doris Salge assisted at rl'ie puncii bow^ Thirty fue^-t:-, wero Hi Vi ted.Goodwin Gives Contract on$28,783 Bid Mori"v'n Mur[)hev and Jo Ann Khlers, Alùer " Schiilz and polxTt;» Taylor oi Houston. Voi Davi.^ and B^-tty Ann Tinuner-rnunn, Pfte Drr-nnon anri Cora Jane Beckei% J. FI Weierhau->t':ì anrl Charlene Paash, Arlon and Arlene Krueger, Lt. William Anson and Melba Bos<.. Low bid ot $28,783.88 by Frank Weber, contractor, was accepted by the Goodwin School Board for construction of the new four-classroom buildmg. Work on the bui-lding, which is to be a wing of a permanent .structure to be completed later. Will bt^gin immediately. Estimated time of completKjn is 150 calendar days, Weber's bid was the lr)vvest of eight submitted to the board and Opened Tuesday. August 12. The contract awarrled Webev i.-; for construction of the new building only, and di)es not cover moving, conversifiu into workshops, and rcMiovation o^ other buildinL's on the ca!rit)us, Vv'hich included in the $35,000 improvement program at the school. It i.s i)cculiar how sorno stima iate our mind and )jar;uvze it. peopie olher.sFor Walter Triesches On 30th Anniversary Mr, and Mrs. Walter Trlesch were surprised with a turkey supper at Hotel Faust Friday night, August 15, in observance of their 30th v/edding anniver->'ar¥. HfKSts ai the supper were their children. An arrangement of white summer asters centered the .supper table. Lettered in gold on a ribbon w^ere the words "30 vears." Present were Miss Grace Trie.sch, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Triesch and children, Bruce William and Wend>^Ir. and Mrs. Randolph Triesch, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Triesch, and Miss Frances Triesch. August 15 is also the anniversary date of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Triesch. son-in-law, Othmar Baetge, left Friday for Mexico City, where they will visit with the Max Winkler family. Accompanying them on their return trip will be Mr. and Mrs. W^inkler's two sons, and Mr. Baetge's daughter, Miss Martha Jo Baetge, who has been attending the University of Mexico. mm Sa»*! That's a fine word and xomket you feel good wbetlKr you ure playing bMebiiU or the game of life. Neverthe-Ic«, it ii a much more difficult thing to be safe in your everyday life than it is when the baiiebaH umpire makes hii decL-iion. While insurance cannot keep you fronj being hurt or from having your property stoli n or destroyed, it can see that you are .«sife from monetary' loss. The Doany tyfxs of inj»ijrance protection a\3ii3blo to you today make it itui^raiive that you consult a gooti insurance agency. OUR ADVICE 0Q37S you NOTUING GEORGE NOWOTNY & ÁS^ATES CoM#ete ìàmrmte Servic« 203 Smatìk Scfuin Ave. New Bnwafels, Texas CAPITOL THEATRE IIIHIil!llllllllÌ!lll!!l!lllll!llllllllllllllillillll!iill)lilliiliil^ NEW BRAUNFELS First Annual -'— BACK-TO-SCHOOL Tir CELEBRATION WEEK TV Big Days flltll!li!ll{iililltllltini)fl))!liHllli!ßlllll!!lllil SUN.-MON. - AUGUST 25-26 AUGUST 25th thru SEPTEMBER 1st Days I WED.-THURS. - AUG. 27-28 PLUS! DONALD DUCK CARTOON AiSO! CARTOON —"FIXIN' FOOL'FRI.-SAT. - AUGUST 29-30CHARLES STARRETT mSUN.-MON. - AUG. 3i-SEPT.1 The Picture Everyone Has Been Waiting To See ! !ROUGH, TOUGH, WESTSATURDAY - AUGUST 30 ---10:00 A. M.- mHAi miMl UMSriOMC CitOTFREE Kiddie Matinee ★ BIG FEATURE PLUS CARTOONS ★ ---Sponsored By-C. J HAAG & SON DENNIS OKEEFEMARGOMON. - 8 P.M. - SEPT. 1 BICYCLE - GIVEN FREE -BY C. J. HAAG & SON TO SOME LUCKY BOY OR GIRL. ASK AT THEATl OR C. 3. HAAG & SON FOR DETAILS ;