New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 18, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas
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Last Rain: Jan. 12, .14 inch Year Total: .14 inch Normal Yaar Total: .81 inch
Canyon Lake........906.86 ft
Outflow .......395 cfs
Edwards Aquifer, 626.81, dn .01 Comal River. . 355, dn 5 cfs = cubic feet per second
Cedar.. .12,710 heavy
Pollen counts courtesy of Dr. Frank C. Hampel
High: NA Low: NA Record High: NA Record Low: NA
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Today, 50 percent chance of showers, high 65, low 48. Thursday, sunny and mild. Chance of showers for the weekend.
Solar and Lunar data
Sun rises at 7:28 a.m. and sets at 5:59 p.m. Moon sets at 8:24 a.m. and rises at 8:04 p.m.
Samuel P. Byrd
Samuel P. Byrd, age 66, died Monday, Jan. 16, 1995. Services will be held Friday, Jan. 20, at I p.m. at Grimes Funeral Chapel in Bandera. Interment will follow at Bandera Cemetery.
Edward C. Smith
Edward C. Smith, age 65, of Canyon Lake, died Sunday, Jan. 15, 1995 at his home. Visitation begins Wednesday at 3 p.m. at Zoeller Funeral Home. Time and date of service still pending.
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Girl Scouts with the New Braunfels. Spring Branch and Bulverde area of the Lone Star Girl Scout Council have begun another annual cookie sale. The Cookie Kick Off was held at the Plaza Saturday morning. The scouts will be selling cookies until Feb. 16. For information, call Cleon Blankenbeker at 620-4665.
Masons pick Rita Kaufmann for award
The New Braunfels Masonic Lodge is pleased to announce that fata S. Kaufmann, Vice President, Commercial Lending and Community Relations, Texas Commerce Bank, will receive the Community Builder Award on Jan. 24. 1995.
The Community Builder Award recognizes outstanding non-Masons who have distinguished themselves through their sen ice to the commu
nity. Kaufmann is Vice-President Treasurer on the board of directors of the Comal County Women's Shelter, a member of the Chamber of Commerce’s Education Committee, and is a HOSTS (Helping One Student to Succeed) volunteer at Oak Run Elementary.
Kaufmann was a co-chairperson of the fund-raising drive in 1993 for a new administration'shelter facility for the Women’s Shelter. In her position
Local youths nominated to service academies
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WASHINGTON, D C —Congressman Lamar Smith announced today that five Comal County students have received nominations to U.S. military service academies.
"This is a great honor for a great bunch of young people,” Smith said. ‘i’m proud that the 21 st Congressional District is sending such an outstanding group to the academies this year.”
The nominees are as follows (some individuals received two appointments).
UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY:
Jennifer Mane Bardos, a senior at Smithson Valley High School who is a member of the Honor Society, and active in the French Club, F.T.A., Debate Team. National Forensic League, and the basketball team.
Sarah Elizabeth Boite, a senior at New Braunfels High School who is a member of the Honor Society, tennis team, student council, and Fellowship of Chnstian Athletes.
Gregory Cite ho, a senior at Canyon High School who is president of his class, the Fellowship of Chnstian Athletes, and Business Professionals of America, and is a member of the National Honor Society.
UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY.
Jason Eugene O’Bnen. a senior at Smithson Valley High School who is the president of the National Honor Society and lettered in basketball.
UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE.
Jennifer Mane Bardos
Sarah Esther Goodwin, a senior at Canyon High School w ho is a member of the National Honor Society, Latin Club, Texas Association of Future Educators, and band.
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with the bank she works with the community on a daily basis by providing bank tours, speakers for career days, and serving as a host dunng the Chamber of Commerce’s Shadow Day when eighth-graders visit local businesses.
The 1993 recipient of the Community Builder’s Award was Thomas N. Bluntzer.
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