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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 16, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 HerZtitling New B* aurifex. Texas Thursday. May 16, 1991WeatherWater Comal River.................... Canyon Lake inflow...... Canyon Lake outflow.... Canyon Lake level......... Edwards Aquifer .Watch 326 cfs (down 4) ................353    (down    33) .......................318    (same) .......................907    (same) ..................625.80    (same)South Texas forecast TOD AY-FR ID AY: Constable night and morning cloudiness through Friday with a chance of drizzle. Otherwise partly cloudy. ^ ideiy scattered showers and thunderstorms most sections on Friday Highs generally except 80s along (he coast Lows mostly rn the 70sThe state Skies will be clear across Weft Texas tonight and Friday, but it’s going to be more of the same across North Texas tonight and Friday and in South Texas Fnday Showers and thunderstorms arc expected in North Texas tonight and in both North Texas and South Texas on Fnday. Lows tonight will be in the 50s in northern sea ions of the Panhandle and in the 60s and 70s elsewhere in West Texas, in the 60s and 70s in North Texas and in the 70s in South Texas Highs Fnday will be in the 80s and 90s statewide Showings of talent will mark opening of Special OlympicsStammtisch_ Continued from Page 1 the Art Gallery in Walnut Square. German background and dance experience aren’t necessary For information, cal! 625-3922 Salute to summer Make plans now to anend the fourth annual W asse rf cst. New Braunfels' “Community Salute to Summer" sponsored by the Wurs-tfest Association Festivities will be the banks of the Comal R'ver cm the W'urstfest grounds Fnday and Saturday . June 7 and 8 Entertainment Fnday evening will be Johnny Dec and the Rocket 88> Saturday concerts will feature Clay Blaker and the Texas Honky Tonk Band and country singer Farr. Til-ii*. Red Stocking Revue “1992 Red Stocking Revue" has beer, sci for June 19-21 at the New Braunfels Civic Center, according to Liz Urban of the Community Service Center. Committees are now forming to get the fundraising production of! or the right foot Persons interested in per forming or servng cm the commute arc invited to call genera! chairman Jan Kennady ai 625-6739. or coordinators Clarence and Ll 7 Urban at 629-1389. Lube-a-thon Bradzoil Ten Minute Oil Change will host a “Lubc-a-thon" Saturday to benefit the Coma! County Senior Citizens Foundation For each oil, filter and lubrication service performed a: the regular price. Brad/oil will donate S5 to the Senior Citizens’ Center Building Fund Bradzoil will provide its regular full-service, 15-point check including window cleaning and vacuuming the interior. Refreshments will be served and door prizes given. Hours arc 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and location is Brad-zoii, 988 Mission Drive, just off Landa Street. To have an item listed in Siam-masch, contact J ani ne Green or Stephanie Ferguson a: 625-9144 Submissions should be pf community interest but not commercial in natureObituariesBeatrice Dean McMahan Services for Beatrice Edwina McManar.. 61, of New Braunfels will br 2 pjTi Friday at Zoellcr Funeral Home with the Rev Friedrich Rest officiating Buna. will be ai Comal Cemetery Mrs McMahan was bom Get 23, 1929, in New Braunfels to Martin H and Edna (nee Oppcrmann) Dear,. She died May 15,1991. at her residence She married Aug. 20, 1961, in New Braunfels to Benjamin McMahan, who died in 1982 Mrs. McMahan was the retired store manager at Dear, Office Supply and a member of the First Protestant Church. Hermann Sorts Lodge 127, Amental Legion Auxiliary. New Braunfels German Club and New Braunfels iris Society Survivors include her step-mother, Role Mane Dean of New Braunfels; stcp-aor. Ronald McManar. and wife barnard of For. Worth, cousin. Dor othy Junker of New Braunfels, nephews, David and Paui Dean; and two siep-grandcruidren, Robert and Kimocrly McManar Memorials may be made to the chanty of one s choice Ellen “Tee ’ White Services for Ellen “Tco” White, 57, of Manor will dc IO ani Friday ai Doeppenscnmidi Funeral Home with Ute Rev Larry Lanphicr officiating Burial will be ai Fun Sam Houston Nanural Cemetery She was non. Jan. 6, 1934 in Con dues County u> George W. anc Addle Mac (nee Kelly; Carity Sfie died May 15, IWL She was married Nov I, 1952. in Coniines County to Kenneth E While Mrs White was disabled and had worked at Motorola in Seguin. Survivors include net husoanC of Manor . throe daughters Cynihta Fotusor of Manor, Col leer, White and Sncieijc Reed, both of New Braunfels, a sue arid daughter-in-law, Carey and Terr White of Bryan, four sisters. Margaret inc of Marion, Essie Horne of Luling bn ic tent Tomlinson of Harwood and Georgic Abel of Atrium lf it et brothers. Ray Caricy of Harwood. Allen Caricy ut Eagle Lake and Cooree Caricy of Buioxi, Miss.; and five grandchildren Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. William C. Gray Jr. Services lur William C Gray Jr., 74, of New Braunfels will be 9 tm, Friday at Zocilcr Funeral Home with tile Rev BUI Hathaway officiating, Burial will be at Ft Sam Houston National Cemetery. Mr Gray was born Nov. 24, 1916, in Lovelady to William C and Nellie (nee Kennedy) Gray Sr He died May 16, 1991, at McKenna Memorial Hospital He married Fannie Gray in October 1942 in Ecuador. Mr Gray was an attorney for District Title Insurance Corp anc a member of the First United Methodist Church. Republican Party, past Rota nan and Freewheelers He also was a veteran of World War II. Survivors include hts wife of Ne* Braunfels; a daughter. Onida Ford of Austin; a son. Larry Gray of Virginia; two sisters, Ouida Gray of Houston and Sister Adrian Frances Gray of San Antonio; four grandchildren, DcAnn Womack, Cory Deltona Angie McEI-roy and Jason Donora four greatgrandchildren. Chaun Womack. Cara Womack, Jonathan and Christian Mc Elroy. Memorials may be made to Freewheelers at First Untied Methodist Church SAN MARCOS — Athletes, families and coaches participating in the Texas SpccAl Olympics summer games May 22-24- on the Southwest Texas State University campus will be entertained by local talent at the Olympic Town at Sewell Park. Throughout the day Thursday, May 23. game booths and entertainment will be featured Activities will include a petting zoo, rodeo clowns, cartoon characters, dunking booths and much more Special guests will be the Shrincr clowns, who will entertain the crowds with their mini cars and comic gimmicks. A spcaal feature of the day-long event will be the ALl-Town Talent Show, sponsored by the San Marcos Performing Arts Association (SMPA-A), from noon until I p.m and featuring clowns, family and group musical presentations. Bob Willits of San Marcos and SWT student Corita Loyo will serve as emcees. Scheduled performers for the show include the Cutler Family and Sriro Family, musical groups from San Marcos; Kayo of Austin, a professional singer; Eddie Bibbs, a SWT college student and vocalist; Steven Angle, music director of First Methodist Church; FYeston Cordially, Chuck Vieycr and J.T. Martin, harmonicist, A special "jam session’’ for all the performers of the All-Town Talent Show w as held Wednesday. Other entertainment w ill kick off at 9 arn with a song and dance routine from students at Bowie Elementary School followed by vocalist Shannon Sheppard, the prekindergarten Cinco de Mayo dancers from Bonham Elementary School and the Bowie Special Education Choir and Chimes Travis Elementary School third grade will showcase a musical presentation at IO a rn. followed by the San Marcos High School Jazz Ensemble, Owen Goodnight Junior High School Jazz Ensemble and Buda’s Beautiful, Beautiful Texans’ Recorder Ensemble. The afternoon’s entertainment will begin at 1:30 p.m. and will feature an encore performance of the Bonham prc-ktndcrgartcn Cinco dc Mayo dancers followed by the Lamar Middle School Band performance and the San Marcos High School Lab Choir. The final performers of the day w ill include W onderland’s Spring Concert preview, Wheels ’n Deals Square Dancing and John Martinez Y Can no performance The Olympic Town is sponsored by Blockbuster Video and is coordinated by the San Marcos Jaycees and the San Marcos Performing Arts AssociationBirths McKenna Memorial Hospital Mr and Mrs Nathan Rhcinlandcr, 976 Twin Oaks, New Braunfels; 9-pound boy; May 16. Donald and Leannc Johnson. HC3 Box 7, New Braunfels; 8-pound 3-ounce boy; May 15. SENIOR CITIZENS DAY Brod, his brother Brad, and his other brother Brad have declared Saturday May 18th as Senior Citizens Day. For every oil, filter and lubrication service performed the/ll donate $5.00 to the Senior Citizens' Center Building Fund. So if you're close to oil change time, come to Bradzoil May 18tn, get your oil changed, en|oy refreshments uke Hilshire Sausages, register for door prizes, and know that you're helping a worthy cause. BRADZOIL IO MINUTE ^CHANGE, 988 Million Dr. 625-0401Games feature patriotic flair The countdown to what promises to be the most exciting summer games in the 24-ycar history of Texas Special Olympics is under way. The games, with a patriotic theme of “Stars and Strides," arc scheduled May 21-24 at Southwest Texas State University. It is the third year that SWT and San Marcos have played host to the TSO summer games. That patriotic theme will be evident in the star-spangled spectacular Opening Ceremonies, produced by Tamerlane productions of Fort Worth, set for the evening of May 22 at SWT’s Bobcat Stadium. The ceremonies will feature four combined marching bands composed of more than 500 musicians, six choirs, fireworks, a laser light show, skydivers, a fighter jet flyover, a speech by legendary Dallas Cowboy s coach Tom Landry and the traditional parade of nearly 3,600 athletes. The climax of the ceremonies will be the arrival of the Special Olympics Flame of Hope and the lighting of the Olympic Torch. The public is encouraged to attend this free, emotionally-uplifting event and fill the 14,000 seat stadium. Members of the community arc also encouargcd to anend the games and support athletes who will be competing in track and field cvenus, gymnastics. basketball, soccer, softball, tennis, equestrian, volleyball and powerlifting. Other events scheduled during the three day games include a press conference at 4 p.m. May 22 with comments from Tom Landry' and rccogrti-uon of TSO Law Enforcement Torch Run participants and an emotional climax featured in closing ceremonies Fnday. May 24 at Strahan Coliseum. A second volunteer orientation meeting will be held at 6 p.m. Monday, May 20. Those interested in volunteering to help the TSO summer games should call the TSO Volunteer Hotline in San Marcos at 753-7111 or long distance toll-free 800-782-7653, ext. 411. CROP crew As a result of the recent CROP Walk to raise funds for the SOS Food Bank, several prizes have been awarded The Rev. Peter Olsen, left, of First Protestant Church, claimed group honors for collecting the most money; Mark Sirnic was honored for first place in indiviual collections and second place in number of pledges; and, seated, Carty Mul-hoiian, first place in number of pledges. Presenter, standing at right, was the Rev. Judy Shook of First Methodist Church, co chairman of the drive (Photo by Erik Karlsson) Boerne student able to crawl from burning car after crash By STEPHANIE FERGUSON City Editor A 17-ycar-old Boerne tccn-agcr escaped serious injury late Wednesday when the vehicle he was driving hit a tree and burst into flames on Texas 46 West. KW Doenges will be released from McKenna Memorial Hospital today, according to a nursing supervisor. “The driver indicated he was traveling toward Boerne and he was a little exhausted and apparently fell asleep and ran off the roadway and impacted with that oak tree,’’ said Department of Public Safety Trooper Gilbert Lozano at the scene. “On impact the vehicle did catch on fire" Lozano said Doenges was able to era* I out of the vehicle after impact. Persons at the scene said he had a cut on his leg and face after crawling from the wreckage. He was trans ported lo McKenna by New Braunfels Emergency Medical Service. The accident occurred on Texas 46 West, approximately six miles from New Braunfels around 8 p.m. Person*' ncl from New Braunfels Fire Depart mcnt responded to the accident to put out the vehicle fire. Traffic was blocked off for almost an hour. Et®OS Buys Bl/or Trades Gold Bl Diamonds Ct We have advertised in the New Braunfels Herald almost weekly for the past 6 years. We can and do use other types of advertising from time to time, but for the best results we always use the Herald. Thanks New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung for your help in achieving our advertising goal.    9    9 The Chollett's In a recent independent survey* conducted for New Braunfels merchants a full 77% of the respondents said they depend on The Herald-Zeitung to get information about products and services in New Braunfels But Gene & Deanie Chollett of Chollett's Men's & Ladies' Fashions didn't need a fancy survey to tell them that. They've known it all along. Their cash register is all the survey they need. Oh, it s nice to have proof like this in black and white. But it's even better to have it in green. Don't take our word for it...ask Gene & Deanie.They'll tell you. Advertising in The Herald-Zeitung doesn't cost. It pays. Call us today for advertisinq rates. *Dr. James bell, 1989 Jtu □ZU New BraunfelsHerald-Zeitung 707 Londo Si. 625-9144 ;