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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 21, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 2 A O Herald-Zeftung O Friday, June 21,1996 Archives AnonymousCommissioners Court Actions AA66461 MICHELLE OATMAN JOHN MOLER, photographer Special to the HerakJ-Zeitung Thank you, thank you, thank you! We had a fantastic response to last week's column. Wouldn't it be great if •vwy picture could be identified like these two? Our handsome young man with the tag on his head (AA-96-049) is Jeremy Lame from Canyon High School. I had worried that Jeremy may be embarrassed by the photo being in the newspaper, but every caller bhat identified him assured me that Jeremy probably loved it! We thank Betty Kyle, Wendy Richardson, April Davmpoit and Mike Peinemann for knowing who our fanny man is, and calling in to make sure we knew. Our Nursing class also was totally identified. (AA-96-050) seemed to be a very popular picture. Because of that, every name is listed and now the correct ID can be listed with this picture forever. They are: Mrs. Effie Coenen, the teacher, Audrey Jonas Dean or Stammtisch July4svonts An Independence Day parade will be held on the Plaza July 4. Refreshments for members and special guests will be served at the Sophienburg Archives pariring lot, 200 N. Seguin, at 9 am A band conceit on the Plaza will start at 9:30 am At 9:45 am, the parade will begin from the Archives perking tot A short program wmfojtowopliwPlBa. ..... Comal County Aggie Moms are offering scholarships for students at Texas AAM who have completed 95 boun or more. Call Linda Dietert at 625-2637 for an application. Deadline it July I. The city of New Braunfels will salute the Fourth of July with a parade. To make the parade bigger and betire, vintage and antique cars are being •ought Anyone interested in participating, may call Philip Cavanaugh at the Sophienburg Museum, between 9 am and 4:30 pm Monday through Thursday, at 629-1572. A special account to help local resident Robert Konkel, who is battling AIDS, hat been set up at First Commercial Bank, 654* Linda Street To donate, just stop by the bank, and tell AA-06-052 Jackie Jonas Tyson (twins), Edith Guenther Krause, Dorothy Wesch Volente, Elaine CaddelL Joyce Robinson Taylor, Dorothy Simon Rheinlan-der, Dorothy Helmcamp Kroesche, Bianca Schneider Scheel, Aline Maynard Carson, Audrey Jonas Dean or Jackie Jonas Tyson (twins), Vivian Wahl Moos, Doris Timmermann, Annie Lee Barth Nolte, Iris Scholl Schlather, Glenora Hanz Braden and Marilyn Doehne Smith. The wonderful people hat gave us all of these names are: Doris Schieyer, Atwell and Hilda Beth Scholl, Iris Scholl Schlather, Laverne Pearce, Dorothy Simon Rheinlander, Elburn Kanz and Alice diem you wait to make a deposit in die special account for Robert Konkel. You can have your name included, or make the donation anonymously. Now thrift store Hospice New Braunfels will open a new thrift store July I. Hospice New Braunfels Thrift Avenue will be chock full of clothes, knick knacks and collectibles. The store will be located a Casten Avenue and Coll Street, and wiUhftupmMoudiydiiPUgh Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday from 9 am to noon. Volunteers are on hand now to accept donations. For information, call the store at 625-4746 or Hospice at 625-7500 IM Mocking Rnvun See your neighbors’ hidden talents come out. Tickets are on sale for die Red Stocking Revue, to be held June today through Sunday at the New Braunfels Civic Center. Tickets are available at Felger and Friends, 185 Butcher St. and China-N-Things in Landa Shopping Center. For information, or to order tickets, call John or Wilma Heberling at 438-3012 or Jim and Melaney Beath at 629-3016. The Revue is a benefit for the Community Service Cotter. Fire dnpartmmvt avanl CBek’s, 121 E. Zipp Road, will host a fund-raiser for the Lake Dunlap Oberkampf. Alright, I hope we are not] our hick, but we are going lo ma two more very similar pictures, one a Canyon High School photo aad anomer nursing class. (AA-96-0S1) is a pretty youog lady that we keep dunking we should recognize, but no one can. He^> us get her name and the years die attended Canyon High. (AA-96-052) is a group photo of die 1945 nursing class. Lefs see if we can get all die names of this group as well as we did last week's. There are a few that may have been in both pictures. Fire Department Saturday. Horseshoes tournament starts a 2 pm Barbecue plates at 4 pm Pool tournament at 6 p.m.. Also, darts, music and cold drinks. For tournament information, call 625-1116. ABA bJAaa Adoption day Target Pet Adoption Day is from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday. The Humane Society and Hill Country Greyhounds will have pets available for adoption. There will br a pet parade, stupid pet tricks, best dressed pet contest and a pet/owner look-alike contest. Chicken barbecue The McQueeney Volunteer Fire Department is holding its 21st annual chicken barbecue Saturday in the air conditioned McQueeney Lions Club Community Building on FM 78. Service runs from 11:30 am to 1:30 pm and from 4 pm to 9 p.m. There will also be bingo at I p.m. and a auction at 7 p.m. Desserts will also be for sale. Games and entertainment are planned. For information, call 560-3338. New Braunfels Presbyterian Church will hold a Vacation Bible School "Marketplace 29 AD,” open to children ages 3 to 18. The school will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Monday through It is so exciting to know that an unidentified photo that would have been filed in history as unknown will be filed under a class, and a person's name. Some day in the future someone nay be looking for that one and only picture of their relative and we can put that name into our computer and know thai we have it identified It is great to know that the people of New Braunfels helped us do it! We thank those who teD us that they enjoy the column. It is because of you that it does so well. As always, keep reading... keep remembering ... keep calling ...629-1900. Or stop by 200 N. Seguin. June 28 at New Braunfels Presbyterian Church, 373 Howard Street. To register, call Carole LaShombe at 625-5141. Predator inansgetneiit The Texas Department of Agriculture will conduct a Predator Management Training Program Thursday at the Riverside Community Center in Gonzales. The aesskxMuna from 6 to 9t30 pm The program will include identifying causes of predatiorfctgirnative nigh ods of predator control and M-44 sodium cyanide application. The session is free. For information, call Crystal Wilbanks at (512) 463-0013 or Travis Franks a (210) 672-8531. Parents* night out East Side Baptist Church will hold a parents’ night out for ages six months to 12 years. Dates will be June 28 and 29, July 5 and 6, and Aug. 2 and 3. Cost is $2 an hour, $1.25 an hour for each additional child. Call 625-6154, 629-0063 or 625-0718 for information. (.ll I lit X >KS AV All AHI I WALNUT 6 629-6400 111 35 «ind Walnut Ave. Tho following actions ware taken by th# Comal County Commlaalon-ara Cbuit at tbs moating on Juno 20: ■ Approved claims. ■ Approved the final approval of Braakahsart Ranch, accepted dedication of right-of-way and granted a variance request. ■ Approved the final approval of Coyote Ridge Subdivision, Unit 2, accepted the Latter of Credit, #1-462399, granted a variance request, end reviewed the Coyote Ridge Master Ran. ■ Received a report from the Environmental Enforcement Section of the County Attorney’s Office. To date, 619 tons of solid waste has been removed from the county, including 227 junk vehicles. ■ Received a "How Goes IT report from the Veterans’ Services office. There are 7,750 veterans In the county, which makes up 7.9 percent of the population. These veterans, and their widows, bring in $7 million in compensation and pension. I Approved the acknowledgment of new hires and authorized the County Judge to sign the new Nm checklist and job descriptions. ■ Considered and approved the continuation of Disaster Declaration Number 7, Threat of Wildfires, and Comal County Emergency Order Number 7.7, Prohibition of Outdoor Burning. ■ Ratified the County Fire Marshal’s designation of the county park on Highway 281 as a safe area for Comal County in relation to the Order to profit* certain aerial fireworks. The other two locations have not been finalized, and will be announced next uiaa|/ VV ww IN. ■ Approved a request for variance to minimum lot size requirements for Lot 1, for proposed Oak Trace Sub- dvMon. Commissioner Dannv Scheei also directed the county engineer to contact Kendal County and see what stops they are taking in regards to regulating the drilling of septic tanks. ■ Approved Interlocal Agreement by and between Comal County and the Texas Parks and WRdHe Rangers for use of certain equipment, and authorize County Judge to sign. ■ Remove from the table of June 6, 1996 and discussed setting foes for platting procedures pertaining to the Subdviskxi Regulations and revising Environmental Health Department fees as required. There is some question about the county's authority to do this, and the item was tabled for further investigation. ■ Approved an interlocal agreement by and between Comal County and the City of New Braunfels for Household Hazardous Waste Cofieo-tfon Program. Judge Carter Casteel reported that the collection held in April was a success. She said the administrative costs wars $35,000 which was less than previous cofiec-tkms. She said fonds are sM avalable and another colection may be held in the fail. ■ Approved treasurer's report for May 1996. ■ Authorized a recognition certificate to be presented to Braunfels, Germany on the occasion of their 750th anniversary. Commissioner "Moe" Schwab wM be travelng to Germany, and will represent the county. ■ Table the consideration of changes to the Personnel Polcy Manual/Employee Handbook and authorized distribution. ■ Approved a Ins Item transfer tor Juvenile Probation from Juvenile Officer third account to Youth Services Account and approved a request for a budget amendment. Low Fees, Balls Free! $23 Weekdays+Tax find. Green Fee, Corf A balls ) $28 Weeken<WHolkky3+Tax find. Green Fee, Cart A balls) $15 Twilight Specials (After 4:00 Green Fee A Cart) Frm Mil not InduM on Twine* Spo&ol Gat a Aaa riaaw of Spatting Top FSla XL . 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Seguin St., New Braunfels, Texas Over $2,000.00 in Cash Prizes! Each Registered Member Will Receive One Dollar. 1st Prize - $300.00 2nd Prize-$200.00 3rd Prize-$150.00 Refreshments will he served. Five Directors to be Elected. ;