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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 19, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 2 H Herald-Zeitung □ Tuesday, March 19, 1996Camp benefactors Herald-Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL The New Braunfels Noon Lions Club raised $11,000 for the year through events like the recent domino tournament and HEB shopping spree. The money collected is going to the Lions Camp in Kerrville. Charta Simpson, public relations director for the camp, was on hand recently to receive the donation. She is joined by club president Gerry Groves (right) and Dennis Heitkamp, a member of the camp’s board of directors. Obituaries Mattie Dee Garland Mattie Dee Garland, of New Braunfels, died on Saturday, March 16, 1996 in New Braunfels at the age of 85. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. today (Tuesday), March 19, 1996 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral, with interment to follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Mr. Chuck Buchanan and Mr. James Walden will officiate. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given to Hospice of New Braunfels. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Annie L. Bourgeois Annie L. Bourgeois, age 93, of Collierville, Tennessee died at her home in Collierville on Sunday, March 17, 1996. She was a resident there since 1985 and had lived in New Braunfels from 1937 to 1985. Prior to moving to Texas, she had taught school in Louisiana for some 20 years, having begun that career as a full time teacher at the age of 18. Beginning in 1956, she taught at Saints Peter and Paul Elementary School for approximately 20 years. Her highest goal and proudest achievement was to assist in the creation of enlightened minds. She was a member of Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church and was preceded in death by her husband, Maurice J. Bourgeois, Sr. on October 11, 1975. Survivors include her three sons: Bernard Bourgeois of Collierville, TN, Jim Bourgeois of Marble Falls, TX and Dr. F. John Bourgeois of Charlottesville, VA; one sister Lau-rencia Maki of Chester, VA; eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral Mass will be celebrated Wednesday, March 20, 1996 at IO a.m. at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church with Msgr. Edward Bily as Celebrant. Interment will follow at Ft. Sam Houston National Cemetery. Visitation will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Elvo Prince McDonald Elvo Prince McDonald, age 80, of Canyon Lake, died Sunday March 17, 1996 at his residence. Funeral service will be held Thursday, March 21 at 2 p.m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home, with interment to follow in the Crane’s Mill Cemetery in Startzville. Visitation begins after IO a.m. Wednesday at Zoeller Funeral Home. M 'er-^= naut Mrs. Wally Marie Thames Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Mrs. Wally Marie Thames of New Braunfels. She died Monday at Colonial Manor Care Center at the age of 91. GIFT BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 629-6400 IH 35 and Walnut Ave. Texas Today Rainfall Not Enough to End Fire Danger across Bone-Dry Prairie DALLAS (AP) — More arid days are expected after north Texas’ first drenching in months. “Tomorrow, the grass will be dry once again," said National Weather Service meteorologist Greg Machala in Fort Worth. “With strong wind, sunny skies and low humidity, everything will dry up real fast and bring back the fire danger again" There is no rain in the forecast for the state at least through Saturday. Still, Monday’s rain was the most significant rainfall in two months, and the showers helped bring two range fires under control near Childress and Crowell in northwest Texas. “It helped because in some places that we know of the fires got a real good soaking,” said Sam Logan, Texas Forest Service spokesman. Game Wardens Go Undercover, Arrest 23 in East Texas AUSTIN (AP) — Authorities say a yearlong investigation into East Texas poaching that bagged 23 suspects should help return public hunting lands to the public. In the most sweeping case of its kind, game wardens went undercover to infiltrate close-knit groups of poachers, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department announced Monday. Concentrated in a four-county area, the suspects are accused of running deer with dogs, intimidating legal hunters trying to use public lands and other violations. “I feel like we’ve reclaimed that arca for the public,” said Col. Charles Hensley, the agency’s law enforcement director. “Our people worked hard and done good, and we brought that thing down.” Nearly three dozen game wardens made the arrests in Jasper, Hardin, Newton and Orange counties. The suspects face 46 charges, each punishable by a fine of up to S1,000. Supreme Court to Hear Edwards Aquifer Arguments AUSTIN (AP) — The Texas Supreme Court will hear arguments IP Wednesday over whether the state’s plan to manage the Edwards Aquifer is a crucial effort to conserve water or an unconstitutional attack on private property rights. Backers of the plan say it is a necessity for Texas to manage the 175-milc-long underground reservoir and keep water levels from periodically dropping so low that springflows at its eastern end are threatened. Opponents say the law, which imposes limits on pumping from wells, robs them of a century-old property right. The aquifer extends from Kinney County, IOO miles west of San Antonio, to Hays County, just south of Austin. Correction An article in the Sunday, March 17 Herald-Zeitung, should have stated that the playhouses being built for the Casas for CASA fundraiser are 36 square feet. 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San Antonio $1.50 ALL SHOWS $1.50 Times good 3/15 thru 3/21 - The American President PG-13 Daily 2.-00 4:26 7:00 9:20 NomnalMIO(4l:M3?20 AcadefT1y A*arc,s T    On.SkowOafy] ROBERT DE NIRO LfiJ    7:35 HA VE FUN - GO BOWLING! SPRING BRI AR SPECIAL DEAL Mar. 15 - Apr. 14 For All Students Marion. NB1SD & Comal ISD Comal Bowl • 1202 Huisachc Ave 625-6263 Every 3rd Game Free! Student Rate $1.50 Game TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE “Happy Birthday' Pat & Mother Darling WWW ■ mw ELM From Your Loving Family Concorde from San Antonio Come    bi/ for    pack Details! 133 Landa Street We’re celebrating our 15“* Anniversary Lby entire mouth of March Iii appreciation for your business, we will give^^ you a 15% discount off your total purchase in addition to regular sale prices. Ckildnen't Chuting Skip 088 South Walnut • 02«v‘)5(M) For Your Convenience... WAYMART is now open 24 Hours A Day, 7 Days A Week Please Excuse the Mess We will make every effort to make your shopping experience a pleasurable one during the construction of your New Braunfels Supercenter We look forward to serving you... Please Bear With Us! 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