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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 21, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A Herald-Z»/ft/nfl, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, July 21, 1991 Water Watch Canyon Lake outflow.............................296    (up    4) Canyon Lake inflow.............................135    (up    30) Canyon Lake level.....................904.50    (down    .49) South Texas forecast TODAY: Partly cloudy. Widely scattered showers and thunderstorms arc expected over the east, southeast and upper coast. Highs Sunday in the 90s, with 100-dcgrce plus. The State It was partly to mostly cloudy and hot across Texas on Saturday. Isolated thunderstorms dotted North Texas and showers also developed across portions of West Texas and along the Gulf Coast. South Texas had a veil of high cirrus clouds with scattered low cloudiness, while West Texas enjoyed some sunshine. Winds were southerly with speeds of IO to 15 mph with gusts over 20 in response to high pressure patterns. Temperatures climbed into the 90s, with Wichita Falls reporting IOO. Forecasters expected Sunday would be partly cloudy with a chance for increasing thundershower activity. Temperatures were expected to remain hot statewide. Sheriff Jack Bremer, center, presents appreciation certificates to Don Huntley, left, and Ernie Hassold. (Photo by Robert Stewart) Volunteers are noted Hummel Continued from Pago 1A needed to help the fund-raising efforts of the Membership Committee, chaired by Jancllc Berger. “We’ll get a lot of support locally and nationally, but it has to start locally,” Lamon said. New Braunfels advertising firm owner C. Herb Skoog will serve as executive director of The Hummel Museum, handling public relations activities and development and construction of the museum. The Chamber will provide clerical and other office services. “The Nauers decided they wanted to find a place in the United States to put * these works, and it’s my understanding that they looked at places like Disney-world." Skoog said. “The decision was then made that they would like to have it in a place where it would be    a special attraction unto itself.” Sicglinde Smith of Fort Worth, a representative of Ars Edition    Inc.    in    the United States, recommended the Nauers look at New Braunfels. As a young child. Smith was a model for    some Hummel drawings. The entire collection won’t be    displayed at one time, Skoog said. Rotation    of the works will feature seasonal, holiday and topical displays, he said. Traveling displays of rare figurines, borrowed from collectors across the world, also will be displayed. A gift shop will be included. Preliminary plans also include museum tours, a speakers bureau, art classes, group European lours and general cultural events. Officers elected at the board of directors’ recent organizational meeting were: David Lamon. president; Jacques Naucr, first vice president; Ken Armkc, second vice president; Jancllc Berger, secretary; and Tom Pur durn. treasurer. Other board members arc: Bcnno Engel. Suzanne Hcrbclin. Alfred Hummel, Manard Ivy, Doyle Krueger, Marcel Naucr and J C. Reagan. Calls to the new toll-free I-800-456-HUMM (4866) “Hummel Bec Line,’’ which is updated monthly, arc being received from across the nation. New Braunfels residents also can call 629-HUMM (4866) for the latest information about the museum. By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer Sheriff Jack Bremer this week presented certificates of appreciation to the New Braunfels Emergency Communications Club and Canyon Lake React to thank them for their on-site assistance at the Canyon Lake drowning of a San Antonio man last week. Don Huntley, president of Canyon Lake React and Ernie Hassold, president of the Emergency Communications Club received the groups’ respective awards. The certificates were awarded “for outstanding and exemplary service in the field of law enforcement on behalf of the citizens of Comal County and the State of Texas." “We felt that these groups really deserve recognition for their outstanding service in assisting the sheriffs department," Bremer said The drowning last Sunday involved divers searching for the victim’s body that night and finally recovering it Monday. The volunteers provided communications, traffic control as well as food and drinks for divers when they came up to rest. The New Braunfels Emergency Communications Club has been in existence for 19 years, Hassold said. “We contract with the county for "We felt that these groups really deserve recognition for their outstanding service in assisting the sheriffs department" — Sheriff Jack Bremer. traffic control on River Road and report to the National Weather Service on a direct line,” he said. Members of the club also assist motorists, participate in search and rescue operations in the River Road arca and provide mutual aid to all law enforcement entities, he said. Canyon Lake React is part of a national group that monitors CB Channel 9 and relays calls for help to the appropriate agencies. About 20 members around Canyon Lake monitor the channel and new members throughout the county arc welcome, Huntley said. “We have picked up distress calls from as far away as Minnesota and Florida and relayed the information to authorities," Huntley said. “Our two groups don’t compete, we complement," Huntley said. Hummel memberships available in groups Memberships to The Hummel Museum Inc. arc now available, although the fund-raising and membership drive won't officially be kicked off until next month. Membership categories arc: • Individual ($75 per year) — Nontransferable membership card for one person that allows free admission to the museum Invitation that admits two to special previews and other special events Member discount on gift shop merchandise. Discounted guest admission tickets to museum • Family, dual or business (SIDO per year) — Privileges of individual members plus additional nontransferable membership card for member’s spouse or a specified friend, or a membership card that admits member and one guest to museum, Also, admission cards for members children between 12 and II • Ambassadors ($50 per year) — A special membership category designed for individuals living beyond a 150mile radius of New Braunfels who may be unable to visit the museum regularly but wish to main tam a close relationship All benefits of individual memberships are included • Charier member ($1300) — JYi-vliege) of family membership, plus eight free guest admission tickets for the first three years arid invitations to all special events, preview receptions, etc., during the first three years Advance notice of sales and ac«|uisitcom of unique collectibles Listing in the annual repun A special Hummrl lithograph (Sieglinde's anginal, udo graphed; This membership can be purchased with three equal payments of $5UJ ai 1991. 1992 »>d 199). Thereat un annual dues payment ai the family membership rase will be required lo maintain membership privileges. • Founders life membership ($6,000) — Privileges of charter membership, except this is a one time lifetime membership. Additional benefits are collectible membership card; invitations to annual functions with governing board, founders advisory board and Hummel celebrities; and a special Hummel gift The donor’s name will be placed on a plaque permanently displayed in the museum • Business or organization sponsor ($9,000) — An attractive plaque, on which only the sponsor's name will appear, will be prominently displayed in the museum For the first three years of operation, the sponsor will receive: special recognition ai opening ceremonies; invitation for four to all previews, receptions and special events; membership privileges for four individuals or two family mom ber ships, and the autographed lithograph and the special gift. This mem beyship is payable over three years • Special gifts super sponsors - Special gift categories of $25.(XX), $50,000 and $100,000 will have customized benefits lo include all privileges of the business ur organization sponsor In addition, this category may include special tours of the convent in Germany and other attractions relating to the Hummel world In addition to the above memberships. there may be special membership categories that fit special groups and individuals To become a member or make a donation, call 512-625 2)00 or write; The Hummel Museum Inc . P O Box 311100, New Braunfels. TX 78131-I IOO. SUMMER SPECIAL I (lo/. Hoses Itoxed $24.95 Shrrri's I total ('nations X (alts N< Uttlllll l> IU-. & hills Drown DWI • DIVORCE • WILLS ESTHER J. 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Offered will be “Buyer Agency" from I to 4:30 p.m. and “The Residential Unit As An Investment" from 6 to 9:30 p.m. Fee per course is $35 for New Braunfels association members, $40 for Texas Association of Realtors members and $45 for non-members. Sink Continued from Pago IA “They still don’t know what happened — what caused it to take on water or why the bilge pumps weren’t working,” Smith said. “When I look back, it could have been a disaster if that boat had turned over sideways." Smith, his grandchildren and the other crew members jumped overboard about a half hour after water was first noticed in the stem area and awaited help as the vessel sank into the Gulf of Mexico. "My grandchildren are ready to go again. They followed me right into the water and didn’t even hesitate,” Smith said. “When the boat started to sink, I was thinking, ‘Is this really happening? Big boats like this aren’t supposed to sink. Helicopters are pulling people out of the water. This is movie stuff,’ "hesaid. There were no reported injuries, but Roberts said several of the fishing enthusiasts suffered stress-related chest pains. “They were in the water about three to five minutes,” Roberts said. "Most of them were picked up by the motor vessels, Dolphin and Barracuda. Several individuals were picked out of the water by a Coast Guard 41-footer and two were hoisted by Coast Guard helicopter." The Coast Guard is continuing an investigation into why the vessel sank, Roberts said. 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