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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 10, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas PjQt 2 Herald-Ze/funy, Maw Braunfels, Texas Weather Water Watch Comal River...............................335 cfs (down 67) Canyon Lake inflow......................580 (down 368) Canyon Lake outflow............................628 (same) Canyon Lake level..........................906.85    (up    .06) Edwards Aquifer........................625.66    (down    .02) South Texas forecasts 80s and 90s. Lows tonight in the TODAY-SATURDAY: Con- 70s. siderable late night and early morning cloudiness with dense fog    SUNDAY-TUESDAY: Hill mainly coastal plains and South- country and south central Texas, east Texas. Otherwise partly Considerable night and morning cloudy through Saturday. Widely cloudiness with partly cloudy scattered showers or thunder- afternoons. A chance of thunderstorms Hill Country, Edwards Pla- storms each day. Highs in the teau and adjacent South Central upper 80s to near 90. Lows in the Texas tonight. Showers or thun- upper 60s to near 70. Texas coastal derstorms becoming more mimer- bend, partly cloudy to occasionally ous and spreading east Saturday, cloudy. A chance of thunderstorms Warm Saturday with highs in the Monday and Tuesday. Friday, May 10, 1991 "Water emphasis begins The Ameriban Water Works Association this week is launching its nationwide educational campaign on clean drinking water this week. The campaign theme is There's a lot more to drinking water than meets the eye.* ti an w Welome Home Committee still seeking participants The New Braunfels Welcome Home Committee is kicking into high gear for this year’s Fourth of July celebration. The celebration is a special tribute to all military personnel but will focus on those returning from Operation Desert Storm. “We still need a float to put all the people who served in Operation Desert Storm on. We also still need volunteers as far as music and entertainment goes for... the fair grounds," said Wilton Wamecke, committee member and organizer. The committee is looking for Comal County residents who served in the Persian Gulf war. Wamecke said all military personnel from the desert operation will be considered parade marshalls. The parade will begin at ll a.m. after a special program sponsored by the Sophienburg Memorial Museum Bid Archives. The parade already has several organizations lined up to participate, Wamecke said. The parade will include marching units from the American Legion and its Ladies' Auxiliary. The Comal County Sheriffs color guard will lead the parade. Other activites include games and contests at the fair grounds. The Kiwanis Club will handle the children’s games. Music will be provided by Ed Kadlecek and the Village Band. A mariachi band also has agreed to appear. There also will be a fireworks display sponsored by the New Braunfels Jaycees. “People are acting like Operation Desert Storm is over and its not. They’re taking down their flags, but there’s still over 220,000 people involved with Operation Desert Storm. We need to keep thinking about them," said Cheryl Scott, committee member. Scott added that the Fourth of July celebration is a way to say “thank you" to all military personnel. The Welcome Home Troops Committee will hold another meeting at 7 p.m. May 29 at the Knights of Columbus Hall. For more information contact Wilton Wamecke at 620-1569 or Cheryl Scott at 629-0441. Bicycle Continued from Pag* 1 There are different wants and needs for cyclists throughout Texas and Douglas is looking for a lot of citizen input. There is legislation pending to establish a five-member citizen advisory group," Douglas said. “We also hope to appoint deputy bicycle coordinators in each of the state’s 24 highway districts." Douglas says that he won’t be dealing with 'hike and bike’ trails as his focus will be more transportational than recreational. When planning new road projects, the Highway Department will now think about the need to have extra space striped off for bike This week’s focus on home burglary New Braunfels-Comal County Crime Stoppers is offering up to $1,000 in reward money this week for information that could solve this week’s Crime of the Week, which deals with a burglary of habitation. Sometime between the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 pm. May I, 1991, unknown suspects unlawfully entered a residence in the 300 block of Santa Clara Avenue while the residents were not at home. Suspects left the residence laking with them jewelry, including several ladies diamond rings, a man’s gold ring, earrings, and a gold cross with diamonds. Anyone with information about this crime, or any felony crime, is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 620-TIPS. All calls are anonymous. Crime Stoppers pays cash for information leading to the arrest and indictment of persons involved in felony crimes. lanes, he added. One problem facing the department is coordinating with individual cities. “Ideally, each city would have its own bicycle coordinator to work with us,” Douglas said. He added that this would be a way for cities like New Braunfels to work with the state in improving bicycle access to recreational areas. Another part of Douglas’ job will be to educate bicyclists and motorists to get along better. “When one bicyclist doesn’t follow the traffic laws it reflects badly on all others,” Douglas said. “We need to encourage mutual respect to the point that every vehicle is treated as a vehicle no matter what kind it is." “America’s drinking water is the best on earth. ... Providing clean drinking water is becoming increasingly complex, and the public needs to be better informed for making some personal and public decisions," said John Daniel, chairman of the 1991 National Drinking Water Week Coalition. Friends For Rivers, Inc., of New Braunfels and the Water Oriented Recreation District are hosting a month-long River Awareness Festival in conjunction with the campaign. The main events are scheduled May 31 and June I. The festival’s biggest events include a trash pick up along the Guadalupe River, films and live music at Gruene Hall. The activites are aimed at educating the community about water conservation and water safety. Betty Walls, president elect of Friends For Rivers, said the focus of the festival is educating the public about water conservation, water protection and water safety. Jim Ruppel, the resource manager for New Braunfels Utilities, said water is going to get more expensive all over the nation. “It’s important to get people in a conservation state of mind. We try to tell people to conserve water every summer.” New Braunfels Utilites is building a surface water plant to take water from the Guadalupe River. It will supply six million gallons of water a day to New Braunfels residents. “The surface water plant ... will take a six-million-gallon-a-day load off the aquifer," said Ruppel. The plant should begin operating in 1992. Cocaine seized in Los Indios BROWNSVILLE, Texas (AP) — U.S. Customs agents raided a trucking yard early today and found nearly 3,000 pounds of cocaine stashed inside 45 duffel bags, a Customs spokeswoman said. The trucking yard, located in Los Indios about 12 miles west of Brownsville, was searched early today, said Customs spokeswoman Judy Turner. “Agents developed some leads in an investigation that took them to this trucking yard in Los Indios and found 45 duffel bags full of cocaine in a tractor-trailer,’’ Ms. Turner said. Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Mark and Pam Olvera; 2204 W. San Antonio, New Braunfels; 8-pound I-ounce boy; May 7. Mario and Nclda Routes; 280 Bcrgfcld, New Braunfels; 8-pound 14-ounce boy, May 7. Haw your nearing u*su*ii ” ( I ftuNu anile nj1 bt* nm s/nt/nr nut! tit- huts Ht-urinfi I id Am Hilt Him ) Admit It Retirement Has Been Losing Its Flavor. Have You Noticed? • You aren’t getting out as often as you’d like. • Housework and yardwork are becoming harder. • Cooking and grocery shopping have become a chore. • You feel a little less secure in your home. • You’d really enjoy meeting new people who have more in common with you. • You’re a little concerned about future health problems. Consider the independence you'd have when living at The Madison. • No buy-in. Month-to month rent. • Delicious homemade meals in the dining room. • Your own apartment for your furnishings. • Scheduled transportation. • A full-time program director. • Dances, events, excursions and more. Call today wither retirement questions. We ll show you how to add new flavor to your retirement living, today! 694-7000 The Madison A UiMiiY Can* Kdiramm OMiiimuiiU HliiS IfiHkrk’ksburg Notal • San Antonio. TX 782 lo Stammtisch continued from p«qo I Democratic Women a softball tournament Saturday, with proceeds benefitting the Children’s Miracle Network Telethon. Playoffs begin at 8 a.m. in Comal Park and spectators are invited to come out and cheer the teams. Defensive driving The Marion Independent School District is offering a defensive driving course from 6 to IO p.m. Tuesday and May 16 at Marion High School. For questions on this or other Marion Independent School District community education courses, call Tom De Kunder at 512/420-23112. Garage sale New Braunfels Lioness Cub is hosting a garage and bake sale Saturday in the old Krueger building on W. San Antonio Street. The doors open at 8 a.m. and close when the goods are gone. Proceeds will benefit various charities. Recycling bins Wal-Mart asks that persons who find the recycling bins full return after 4 p.m. If that’s inconvenient, call Becky at 629-9121 to determine if there is room for your contribution before you make the drive. The bins are emptied daily but service time varies. Karen Lightsee from the legal division of the governor’s office will address insurance reform at Tuesday’s meeting of the Comal County Democratic Women. She is expected to highlight facets Gov. Ann Richards feels are essential to such reform. Come to Molly Joe’s Restaurant at 7 p.m. for dutch-treat dinner. The meeting begins at 7:30. All interested persons are invited. For information, call 620-1522. Crime watch Residents of the Green Meadows area will have a general Neighborhood Watch meeting from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday at Memorial Primary School, 1200 County Line Road. For more information contact Myrtle Clark at 625-7177, afternoons and evenings. Children's Museum New Braunfels Children’s Museum is seeking volunteers for help with its Third Annual New Braunfels Triathlon benefit. Two meetings, a brief one at 5:15 p.m. Tuesday and a second at 7 p.m. June 4, will give details on setting up booths and caring for athletes in the June 9 event. The triathlon will include a swim, a bike ride and a run. Interested parties are invited to call 620-0939 for information. Wlldflower study This month’s “Nature’s Way" Wildflowers, sponsored by the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department, will be May 20 from 4-5:30 pm. at Landa Park picnic area #7-A. Children ages 6-12 will join the park ranger and learn about Texas wildflowers. Children also will take home a wildflower suncatcher. Fee is $3 per person and everyone must preregister by May 17 at the park office, I IO Golf Course Road. For more information call 629-PARK. Brush workshop A brush management workshop is slated for May 21 at the Gyde Johnson and Son’s Hereford Ranch at 3 pm. Dr. Larry White, range specialist from Uvalde, will demonstrate individual plan treatments in a demonstration management site, and then will discuss mechanical, chemical and animal brush management practices that landowners of Comal County can utilize. The ranch headquarters is located on Farm-to-Market 1863 about two miles east of U.S. 281. To have an item listed in Stammtisch, contact Janine Green or Stephanie Ferguson at 625-9144. Submissions should be of community interest but not commercial in nature. CISD to install trustees Monday Newly elected trustees of the Comal Independent School District will be installed at a special meeting called for 7 pm. Monday at Smithson Valley High School. Incumbent board president Lee Heels and board secretary Tom Potter were re-elected May 4. Spring Branch homebuilder Don Craighead also won a place as a trustee. All three were elected to three-year terms on Ute school board. Connie Cantu of Gruene won a onc-year seat as a trustee, filling the unexpired term of Carter Casteel. Cantu defeated Clay George, who had been appointed by the board to fill the seat until the election. At the May 13 meeting, trustees will consider realignment of attendance zones to accommodate the opening of the new Bill Brown Elementary School in the fall. After meeting with parents in the areas that will be affected, Superintendent Joe Rogers will present four optional plans to the board of trustees for their consideration. The next regular meeting of the Comal ISD school board will be held Monday, May 27 OPTIONS IS DELIGHTED TO ANNOUNCE THE ADDITON OF Connie Brumfield To Our Styling Team Connie is innovative in DESIGNER PERMS & COLORING TCCILNIQCES GIS IV. Walnut    629-7273 SSSF SHOOTOUT Saturday May lith 11-7 Soc % Free Pony Rides for the Kids 2-5 (Sponsored by Buy for Less Se Wilshire Farms) BUY FOR LESS 604 S. Walnut-New Braunfels Open 24 Hours A Oay-Quantity tights Reserved ;