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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 12, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas were endorsed by SAFE in the May elections. Fraser is also a former member of SAFE. Brandt responded to news of the recall campaign by urging citizens “to be patient with us at this point, to give us the opportunity to show that we can pull together and get back to working again - and let's not have any more upheavals by a recall." Chapa said those who want a recall are promoting divisiveness at a time when the council is trying to unite. Top honor Sandra Haynes was named Outstanding Elementary Teacher of the Year for New Braunfels Independent School District during ceremonies Friday night at the home football game. Genelle Parra was named Outstanding Secondary Teacher of the Year. (Photo by Erik Karlsson) Stop Smoking 0 American Heart Association Jan’s Van Tours Nov. 17 Christmas at Coawell Homa Nov. IS Vanishing River Cruiae Nov. 20 Painted Church Tour Nov. 21 Tapatio Spring* Nov. 22 Triple T-Ranch 629-5279 WATCH FOOTBALL ON OUR SCREENS WHILE YOU BOWL EVERY    1PM SUNDAY    TO 6PM COMAL BOWL V A CAME 625-6265 HWY Bl AND WALNUT earl Harbor No one who listened to Franklin Roosevelt December 7, 1941, will ever forget the "date that will live in infamy." In little more than one hour, 3,000 people died. Hawaii, home for much of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, went from obscurity to the front page and America was launched into World War ll. Mgr. Edward Bily, left, of Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church joins representatives of the Knights of Columbus — Including Ed Herbst Jr., holding shovel at left; Emil Zigal. left of Herbst; Jack Sanders, holding shovel at right; and Dave Hochanadel, right — in Saturday's ground-breaking ceremony on the expansion i and remodeling of the organization s hall on Landa Street. The project architect is Hat Lynch, pictured behind Hochanadel. (Photo by Mark Warnken) I Catholic facility breaks ground By MARK WARNKEN City Editor The Knights of Columbus broke ground Saturday on a 5,000-square-foot addition to the fraternal Catholic organization's facility on Landa Street. An 8,000-square-fool prefabricated metal building will replace the facility's existing 3,200-square-fool hall, part of which will be tom down, said Ed Herbst, president of the Columbus Club, sister organization of the 270-member Knights of Columbus :    Council 4183. The finished Grand Hall will have a 15-foot-high cathedral ceiling. The hall, which will hold 473 people, will * be available for rent by the public for weddings, dances and other occasions. The original hall, built in 1967, has been added to twice before. Currently, the building includes the 3,200-square-foot hall and another 3,800 square feet for a meeting room, kitchen and other facilities, which also will be remodeled as part of the $200,000 project. The expanded and remodeled building will have between 12,000 and 13,000 square feet; complete, modem cooking and dining facilities; and handicap access, Herbst said. The construction, by Wunderlich Construction of Seguin, was scheduled to begin Monday with foundation work. The project is expected to be complete, except for minor interior finishing, by Feb. I. Bingo activities will be suspended during the entire month of January because of the project, Herbst said. The separate Columbus Club entity was set up because tire Knights of Columbus parent organization won’t allow the Knights to own property for liability reasons. Herbst said. Every Knight automatically is a Columbus Dub member, he said. AIR DUCT CLEANING When you turned on th* heat did you . . . A Turn on the Dust? A Turn on your sinuses? A Turn on your allergies? Give us a call. We may have the solution. Interior Environmental Services The Indoor Air Quality Specialists. 629-4161 Free inspection Water Watch Comal River........................................ Edwards Aquifer................................ Canyon Lake outflow........................ Canyon Lake Inflow.......................... Canyon Lake level............................. The State A slow-moving storm system is expected to trigger rain over most of Texas tonight and Wednesday. It will be mostly cloudy statewide and some thunderstorms are possible in Southwest Texas. Rain was reported over extreme western portions of South Texas during the night from just north of Laredo to Del Rio northeastward into the Hill Country. Other showers were reported in western portions of North Texas, mainly between Abilene and Wichita Falls. In West Texas, skies were clearing over the Panhandle, but rain and drizzle was widespread elsewhere. Fog was reported in the area east of the mountains. Lows tonight will be in the 30s 222 Cfs 623.72 313 cfs 163 cfs 902.13 feet in the Panhandle and in the 40s and 50s elsewhere in West Texas, in the 40s in North Texas and in the 40s over northern portions of South Texas and in the 50s elsewhere in South Texas. Highs Wednesday will be in the 60s in West Texas and in the 60s and 70s elsewhere. Early morning temperatures were in the 30s and 40s across West Texas, the 40s and 50s in North Texas and in the 50s and 60s in South Texas. Extremes ranged from 30 at Dalhart to 66 at Laredo. Other early morning temperatures around the state included 35 at Amarillo, 45 at Wichita Falls, 48 at Fort Worth, 50 at Waco, 56 at Austin, 59 at San Antonio, 47 at Houston, 62 at Brownsville, 45 at San Angelo, 44 at Lubbock, 43 at Midland and 50 at El Paso. Stammtisch- Continued from Pago 1 Theater performance The New Braunfels High School Theater III class will perform “Bell, Book and Candle" at 7 tonight in the high school cafetorium. Admission is $3 for adults and $2 for children, and the public is invited. Skat Club The New Braunfels Skat Club is scheduled to meet for its monthly tournament at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13 at Canyon Drive Inn. Turkeys will be given away as prizes. All skat players are welcome. Festival of Song The New Braunfels Music Study Club — affiliated with the Texas Federation of Music Clubs (TFMC) and the National Federation of Music Clubs (NFMQ — is scheduled to meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14 in the First United Methodist Church Sanctuary. The program, “A Festival of Song," led by Jo Ann Lemmon, will feature the First United Methodist Junior Choir, the New Braunfels Presbyterian Children’s Choir, the St. Paul Lutheran Children’s Choir, the Singing Saints of St. John’s Episcopal and the Ger- hardt family. The public is invited. Block party Canyon Middle School faculty and staff members will sponsor the second in a series of neighborhood block parties at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14 at the Hill Country RV & Mobile Home Park. The school’s campus improvement team is implementing the new idea to increase communication and understanding between the school and parents. For information, call Principal Rusty Brockman at 625-7355. Mid-Texas Symphony Rehearsals for the chorus of the Mid-Texas Symphony are being conducted on Monday evenings from 7:30-9:30 p.m. in Ayers Recital Hall at Texas Lutheran College. The concert will be in New Braunfels on Dec. 15. Former and new singers are welcome. For more information call Dr. Fred Frueholz at 625-6420. To have an item listed in Siam-mtisch, contact Mark Warnken at 625-9144. Submissions should be of community interest but not commercial in nature. Recall- Continued from Pogo I last election. Expressing confidence, Wallace said, “We could start it tomorrow and be done by Saturday." Securing a Future Environment last month had considered organizing a recall, but Wallace, a former president of SAFE, emphasized that the group was not involved in the drive now. Council members Paul Fraser and Rudy Seidel - not mentioned as potential targets of a recall • Pag^^^hjeralcEZi/tong^e^Braunfels^exa^^^Tu^^— Weather Mayor_ Continued from Pago 1 Fraser said Arnold betrayed his confidence during attempts to negotiate a deal to break the council deadlock behind the scenes last weekend. “To say the least, I'm more than a little disappointed with a man who comes to me and says he wants to negotiate a deal and then I find out in the eleventh hour that there's a problem. I didn’t create the problem," Fraser said. Arnold on Tuesday said Fraser was referring to a proposed compromise for Seidel as mayor, but Arnold said he never made any commitment to vote a certain way and was only attempting to find a candidate who would receive unanimous support. On Friday, December 6, 1991, the Herald-Zeitung will present a special edition in remembrance of Pearl Harbor, World War ll 50th Anniversary and most importantly those who served. From left, Teresa Killian, Jennifer Mead, Paul Padilla and Erica Homan perform a scene from "Bell, Book and Candle,” a comedy performed by the thespians of the New Braunfels High School Theatre Department. The Theatre III class concludes the run of the play tonight at 7 p.m. at the NBHS cafetorium. Admission for students is $2 and $3 for adults. All proceeds fund future theatre department productions. (NBISD photo) This would be the ideal time to honor your family, loved one or friend who have served (or is serving) in our U.S. Armed Forces, by placing a recognition message. John Doe USS Enterprize 1941-1943 Please Include Photo $10.00 In life loved and honored In death Remembered John Doe U S. Navy USS Enterprize 1941-1943 $16.00 Deadline November 25, 1991 Coma by or tom) to: Herald-Zeitung 707 Landa--New Braunfels, TX 78131-1328 625-9144 *    +    *    .J' ;