New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 15, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas
Students and supporters of the New Braunfels Christian Academy held a Jog-A-Thon March 11 to raise money for a new addition to the school. Above: Mrs. Smith's Kindergarten class. Right, top, Justin Kester, Kelsey Hltzfekfer, Caille Quinn and Andrew Latlolais enjoy a popsicle break. Right, Leslie Fischer and Betsey Phillips.
Kuempel honored by business organization
State Representative Edmund Kuempel, R-Seguin, was given the “Leader of Excellence” award by the Free Enterprise PAC for his work during the 73rd Legislative Session.
Kuempel was recognized for his conservative legislative voting record by the group and was nominated for the Free Enterprise PAC’s 1993 “Texas Ten” award
“For many y ears, the Free Enterprise PAC has been analyzing the state senators’ and representatives’ performance on a conservative scale,” said chairman Richard Ford. “However, this is by far the most accurate and broad based report we have produced Education, government, economic and social issues were all considered.”
Kuempel, who had received a IOO percent rating earlier in the year by the Young Conservatives of Texas, was very pleased with the award.
“When a session begins, my goal is to do the best job I can in representing the citizens in my district,” he said. “It is always good to see that those votes cast reflect my constituents’ wishes and that groups like the Free Enterprise PAC recognize those efforts.”
Ford added that Republicans tended to vote more conservatively than Democrats in 1993.
The average conservative rating among Republicans in both chambers was 69 percent compared to Democrats’ 24 percent.
Photo by Karla Wenzel
Milton Erken, business manager at SS Peter and Paul Church, St. Vincent De PJaul Society, presents a $1,000 check to representatives of the Comal County Women's Shelter Rita Kaufmann, board member vice-president and treasurer, and Cindy Stauffer executive director.
Today's weather drawing was done by J.C. Trlesch, a second grade student at Lone Star School.
Tonight, cloudy with a 60 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms, locally heavy rain possible. Low in the mid 50s. East wind near 10 mph.
Canyon Lake.........907.86 ft.
Outflow .............169 cfs
Edwards Aquifer... 626.68, dn. .02 Comal Springs 370,dn. 5
Type Count Condition
Molds 900 moderate
Hackberry 332 light
Oak 102 light
Pollen Count courtesy of Frank Hampel Jr. MD.
Solar & lunar data
Sun rise* st 6:44 and sets a 6:42. Moon rose today at 8:23 a.m. and will set at 9:54 p.m.
New community education classes offered at Canyon
An Introduction to Computers class for beginners who do not own a computer is one of several new Community Education classes scheduled to begin at Canyon High School this week.
The course will meet Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays for two weeks beginning March 14. Introduction to Computers Plus DOS for beginners who have access to a computer begins March 15 and will meet Tuesdays and Thursdays for three weeks. Both classes are scheduled for 7 to 9 p.m. in the evening.
A one-night-only seminar on Healthy Relationships is scheduled for Wednesday, March 16 from 7 to 9 p m. Sewing for Beginners will
meet on Wednesdays for seven weeks beginning March 16. The class meeting time is 7 to 9:30 p.m.
CPR. (Cardio-pul monary Resuscitation) is available from 6 to IO p.m., Tuesday and Thursday, March 15 and 17. Current card holders may recertify on March 17. Also meeting March 17 is Covered Picture Albums, a one-night-only class scheduled to meet from 7 to 9:30 p.m.
For more information or to register please call Comal ISD Community Education at 625-8081, extension 275. Tressie Russell is the coordinator for classes held at Canyon High School.
Eidsmoe to do New Braunfels mini-tour
Attorney John Eidsmoe will be speaking at several locations in New Braunfels concerning Christianity and the founding principles of the United States.
Eidsmoe is a speaker, author, attor-ncy, professor, pastor and U.S. Air Force officer. His topics for lecture cover law, religious freedom, family issues and war and military service.
Some of the lectures include: Christianity and the Constitution, The Founding Fathers: Christians or Deists?; Separation of Church and State: A Biblical View of Religious Freedom, and A Biblical View of Economics.
His speaking schedule includes an
interview on WOAI radio at LTO p m to 1:55 p.m. March 17 and lectures from 8:30 a m. to noon March at 18 at the Grucne Mansion Inn, lectures from 9 a rn. to 3 p.m. March 19 at New Braunfels Christian Academy, and a lecture at both morning services at St. John’s Episcopal Church in New Braunfels on March 20.
These speeches arc sponsored by the Spirit of ‘76.
Eidsmoe will also speak at the Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast from 6:30 to 8 a m. March 21 at the New Braunfels Civic Center. This appearance is sponsored by the Christian Business Men’s Committee
Clayton F. Landry
Mr. Clayton F. Landry of Kerrville passed away on March ll, 1994, in a local hospital. He was born in St. fames, La., to Bernard L. and Lauren-Cia (Bergerson) Landry on Dec. 3, 1911. He married Rovilla M. (Toops) "aulkinson Jan 1,1961, and has lived n Kerrville for 36 years. He was a security guard for Schreiner’s Depart-nent store and a U S Army veteran of Vorld War II. He was also a member rf American Legion Post #35 in New Braunfels.
Survivors include his wife Rovilla ^ndry of Kerrville; two daughters, 4rs. Brian (Glenda) Nelson of Graham, Ore, and Mrs. Harold (Lenelle) beeman of Wimberley; two sons, Itanley Cautions of Austin and Stuart Bulkins of Kerrville; three sisters, <rs. Maurice (Annie) Bourgeois of Memphis, Tenn., Miss Leontine andry of Mairaro, La., and Mrs T.E. ^aurencia) Mala of Chester, Va. Also urviving are eight grandchildren; Chelsea, Crysta, Bryn, and Kaylin aulkins; Anja and Steven Bright; and fichaei and Anthemy Alvarez; three ephews and four nieces.
He was preceded in death by his Hents, a brother Olide Landry, and a ster Mrs. Frank (Carrie) Block.
Graveside services with military (mon will be held Tuesday, March 5, at 11.30 a m. at Fort Sam Houston
National Cemetery in San Antonio.
Kerrville Funeral Home
Frieda Rauch of New Braunfels, age 68, died at McKenna Memorial Hospital March 13,1994. She was bom in Comal County Nov. 22, 1925. She was married to Otto Rauch. She was an honorary member of Freiheit & Solms Bowling Club, she also bowled at Comal Bowling Club.
Survivors include her husband, Otto Rauch, daughter Barbara Borchers and husband Ambrose of New Braunfels; two sons, Otto Rauch, Jr. and wife June, and Roy Rauch and wife Alicia, all of New Braunfels, mother-in-law Zelda Kuhle of New Braunfels; brother-in-law Bruno Rauch and wife Mebane of New Braunfels; 17 grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Services will be held 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 15 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev Robert Bergthold officiating. Visitation began at 5 p m. Monday and will continue until service time Tuesday Memorial contributions may be made to 1st Protestant United Church of Christ or the American Diabetes Association.
Doeppenechmidt Funeral Home
Alice Dittmar of New' Braunfels, age 83, died at McKenna Memorial
Hospital on March 13, 1994. She was bom in Guadalupe County Nov. 8, 1910, to Richard and Hilda (Baus) Dittmar She lived most of her life in New Braunfels. A retired registered nurse, she was a member of Senior Citizens, the Conservation Society and Hermann Sons Lodge No. 21.
Survivors include brother Ray E. Dittmar and wife Ruth of Houston; sister-in-law Jeanette Dittmar of New Braunfels, and numerous nieces and nephews She was preceded in death by one sister, Mrs Helen White, and one brother, Richard A Dittmar.
A memorial service will be held at 11 a rn Tuesday, March 15, at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev. Charles Probst officiating. There will be no visitation at the funeral home. Memorial Contributions may be made to Eden Home Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home
Mr. Henry Jones, age 83, a resident of New Braunfels, died Saturday March 12, 1994, at the Eden Home. Graveside services are Wednesday at I p m. at the Comal Cemetery with the Rev. J. E. Morris officiating There will be no visitation at the funeral home. Funeral arrangements are being handled by Zoeller Funeral Home
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Call 625-9144 to reserve your space2 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ Tuesday, March 15,1994