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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 21, 1952, New Braunfels, Texas                                 NirW BRAUMFELS ZEITÜNG — HUNDREDTH ANNIVERSARY  Anfust 21, mz  SHOTS AT RANDOM  By ROCiER NUHN  Wl;;!-' nf'^m'itig up my thi . inf>rr:.inif trysnt* to mak*' Kiiff rhif? ìUiÙwn^ oí v'úrtl iin-i"; }"f? out of this, oür lOOfii aíi?;ív'Tsary fditiíjn, í currar íifro',:-. qiiití- a rujríiV>í'>r oí littjí- ití'frv; íhíií seem to rnf tf^  bi- ^/ortli íríf-ntjoning, •  .For !í,;-,t;irif<-. herf rir»' a f oufíl''- of {♦'•f^f-r', f/> the tha? }\h'.'*- bfcfí knockuig arourid otí ít;'/ íií'sk for iikoMOst. a fnoofKi SiO'''^' rKjthi f.hí'tfi Hrt' (•■¡u-,  í nuíj^ht as v/»*!! í>m tKorrs orí to you hi pT'i'.'»' v;»* lií'Vf :,orr;»- irííffjí-ntíal íriíTifi.  Th«- first ìs froiiì a lorui-tiinf fr;i'tifi of ÜH ZfMíuíiíí, iloiií^í ifiUì'i J oí tri f'ì. Lyl'* .ir , ivf froììi our 14th rí' í of \ ,  l ì(- }t;»: ir.t^Tí-stí'cl ¡n tfif  t'V'-r ifiCí- hí' fiís? í'.íSt ío'' otfici HÍTÍ-";-. hi,^ My fU'ar friend:  I( is a great pleasure to ine (»» ¡ifin other reailers nf the /,t itmiK News in ronuratulat-you Uj»oi» the 100th an-nni'isary oí your fine jHih-  lii t*!(Ki.  Í fiave lon^^ heen impressed vvüf) tin- }ir<-at ííood whit fi t ai! he a» ( oHifiTe-hí-d in a « ii?»!nns it its neHs{)a{>er.  |i is not « nl\ -i nit ihuHi for dì .»minatine infornjation of Í ' tturion intere«,f hut for nni-ívüCí ((iHìrrHHàilx cfl'orls. I Í n'u^riituiviN- also tf»e people o! Ni'u Urauniels upon ha\ -ut:i hern srr\<'il for the la o jiiitrv f»\ tfiis p»it)heaiion Sin< ereis.  John I. i \U' Jr.  O O,.;-!: , fi.r VOMF'  I  ih-At Mi (iheiin:  Í Mii Xr? ICent !>ii e< f o- in i'.r art'a. Mr.  I) \uho, iiports that \».h havr t^entiousl;^ (!e\;»t('(l ^ .j.ivv in (he /« itnn!4 ia( I-nal iniorniation ahout the rent st-thih/ation projírani He says that your hi-hnuual artitles have greatly aided hin» in evphiinins: the rent rej;uhitions to the many tenants a!i(i landlords wfio are aííeeted hy the statute.  Per»nit me to thank you for your e(M)}M"ration, and to con-f^ratulate you for your out-standinii puhlie servile.  Sineerely yours, Tighe K. VVooils  Aiul  V.rii,  a /if'tf I Gr-.-u  Í Th«! iU Sh-  wro! waof.  : r -v uK al KH ahun  !or !(•', »-iuiu' til«" Cirrfufn lan-  tMi-u.';'. ■•■Anct. U:orf ari.> vn :na!iy M>! o.irn?U"- iu'fe !(» {.iiau'tic»" s}»'-\«kiai; tlir iaiivua.u!'. "We t;ef toUi-UuT a lot for uah-f»>>ts," Kv-'iyn -aid. "and nut.'.ht as vvidl i>e k'arriin^ sonie'hniu win If vvt-'re visiting.'"  Anyofu' i!\ierested i:\ e<'!i-<.iur!inu ^ut'li a class can .--ex' Mrs. (.ireen a! the Co!.irth.»>use. wfuTt' her fiUsoaiKl jiulor, or hM n\v kiv^w, and I'U })a,s> tlfi.'  iniorrji-alifTi on.  •  Evelyn's husband is the subje<"t of a note on nr.- d-'sk. to wit: "Ted Greeii & Boy Scouts," That's ill refert-ncf to the recent classes Ted has heen conducting for Scouts taking  thf' Fin'^i-rprinting Merit Bafitif He n passed about eight Scout.'^ recently, and says th^^y not only make excellent grades on the tests, but cars ask ques-tioíís that would stump an FBI tiri^'Tprint expi»rt. But. that's fiot. the reasori for the note.  Í'ríi afraid that Ted is run-f 11 P S urh a model jail that he t.onfl.s to lead our youngsters a'^ray, Wh^n he took some of th',' Sc'outs through the jasl on a tour of in.spertK/ri, he .sho'vved th*'?ri the jail "library," a two-foo* hi;4h stack of eornic b<'>ok.s. ()r)" of the ScfHJts imnu-fhati'};!^' rtruviunced that he wouldn't to aid heirui io<'ked up for a 'vhile, if tfie jailor woulrl keep hiMi v/í'ü supplied With corruc hooks.  Í hojoi"' Tfd thought of .sorue-thira^ t(i dissuade th<' younííster oí his plafiS for H plea.^an? u'oek-  iUid H! tfa' }HK.ise^<)\v'.  •  The last r)ote Í hud rrjncerns aíiotiií-r car niruaru.'' oil the Í u ia.-n»' Brifigf.' ovr tj-n- fJurKia-mom: flíVíU-^ last w<"'k. The Sh» • iíí Í )fpai'*r:irrU rccesved ,> ¡•,ii! ;ií)0!¡t '.I a ? nday that .f hit»- nio<hd ci a'lvertH)}«.-!!i;';pi'd (.fl In*' hndg!- ill ap-  u; .v:ruaO'!v f};;' -«an'' placo  v/fa-ro the accid'Tit which re-i!, dtsiil;-. o<'cU!T>'d  h'f wci-'k-^ H'f Ju.!;s.  'I hi' dfi'.'i r at i hi IS <'ar was íT"! fortunate wuKsoij ois- ua: dt.-o.-u t: • •a a -uh' oi thr a ( !.!ar<>! and -si.' <m' tj,,' hrui h.ih hi . car V,Ti ! Ki !' In r>Ork p.:.-uv. h'Ut a' the Una- <>i r;t tH' fii-s not y^a rv];< Oi - naico !»r firtaiis .¡1 ih» ri/li-ot Oi the Sh' !-iih> -Mtr r univ  raa Frai■¡^■ fa ire' M ! a ■ a ! < >1 wa;  ' r,ti 'II U M ' iu'ii' a.' as s,. <un a -  Fair to Be Held Sept. 26-28; Committee Chairmen Named  in 1  ¡ÌÌ nu"/  ha' inh  wont '■a. Th laavod Ma-  ÍÍC wa on th dicn \) .vai- I hi ■ fhavc  \iv a Can-.  Committee chairmen for the Comal County Fair, to be held September 26, 27. and 28, have been app^iinted by Chnton Lud-wig. Fair Association president.  Ludwig announced that the hfjard of directors of the association wiii meet every Thursday until the fair to receive weeklv progress reports from all committee chairmen. Other ofTieers of the association are Herbert Seekatz, first vice-president: H. T. Schumann, .second vice-president; \V. A. Rompeh third Vice-president; and Marcus Adams, secretary.  Enul Neuse Jr. is chairman of the rodeo committee. The rodeo inrludes a wild west show, a shenfT posse, and special event.s. and wdh be presented bv W. J. Bode of Seuuin. Other chairmen appointed are as follows;  Walter Sippeh racinij: Mar-i viu Jarisch arid H T Schu-: niann. cnncessions; Herbert ; Schni-uler. f>arafle; Fcha. icaHer-; fui'thi arid ?vIaK Vhormraick park-: iiUi: Waiter chairinan.  5 Wahf !• Sippah .\Tar\an Jariscli. Ai'tfiur Lie-ar,araa builrhiie and ' graunfis;. W J. Waaaniuelu" Jr.. , cai'iiivad; C.h;.-iiari Ludwiii, itsckf't -.ah':-; Ma!'\';n Jan^ch.. . fiiiiuii-a, Albert Steinbruig, 1 atiraaihura exiuhil>: Ihu-ber' |Saakat/. p,.nha!-v; Harnuth ;'"i,'>ps Wf.arha'r, 'keeno; Di.iu . Ah.il hews, ad's-ert ¡2' and pub-, iic;!v: Hav Sh<i\'(a-. I N. Mil-!<•!>.'Ih hva.tnck: Rnv Elbel. , riiair:':an. Aroa. Kriihbe. Ar-■ thur Waifha'r. and Henrv Rorn-th-.; Wiliaid Hdh Saafip. A'iaai-d ('harhr- Ma-a!a.  iftao :• ac-  • Hic.-a'i  !  ; ran--  }>i'i. Oa ahaifi!! n-a H^.  dau-v c,  ÜUíla Kart.a( ; na; I'i. Ma-h-  R,  Da  Í  s H-  aat ar,(i  )i  M.  a-, i:, Krar  Ar'h  h  t/;. cnau'-har. Jahii >r Tiiiiinei'-  uh axììiV)'!; aa Raland n Zaükei". ann. drink  th^' hhiii.  onfiiS' C' warnmu itia at a  ^pl•e^i There is  Uia! tria .^iiarp arai th»' taep 11 ia I>ri t,ha aast ssda of anslitijta> ail ada(ju<d.e ti. íííiy (haver travel-raasonaliie rate of aun 'Aarnini^  ca iia> !Ían'_aa/()■(ajipriiacii on that sidf- oi ih,a "hi'idut' at the top 1)1 tiu' hilh  The wreck F'i'ida>' was the 15th reportad tn the Sheiajf's f)e})iu't!nerit at tiiat site since 194a  stand; Lewis Meyer. beer garden: H. T. Schumann, chairman, \V. J, Wagenfuehr, Chnton Ludwig. insurance; Herbert Schneider, chairman, Marvin JarLsch, and W. A. Rompei. auditing and budget.  On th« exhibits committee are Mrs. Oscar Eismann, canning; Mrs Al Leissner. antiques; Jeanette Ahgelt art department; Mrs, Arthur Wer-sterfer. pastry; Mrs. James Hin-rnan, embroidery, tatting, and crochet; Mrs, Bessie Long, 4-H girls and borne demonstration exhibits.  -- o-  Residents on Newly Paved Streets Asked To Replace Mail Boxes  Thf local Post Office is re-: questing residents along streets-where paving has been com- j pleted in Ci>maltown and Landa ' Park Estates to replace their-maii'^oxes on posts at the ciu'b luie. I  '^Vhaie certain streets in Co-riiah.own anrl I^anda Park Iv-tatas v/aiT' vinder^simL' c >ri-striiction. a ¡aarriher of nuul baxes r.i patrons residiiitj in th^'se areas wei"e temporarily rf'!nave(h  Wi?h th.e Pea vine; camplefed. i'asidents sho'.iid place their •nad boxes on a iinrdy phinted ps'-t. with tfie box securely a'tcirhied to lh(> ¡>ost and placed i;u.anii the street.. The bott<am c)f standard siy.c bo.xes slsould stand 48 ii'iches above sti'eet h'\-oh with the lar.^e sized baxas bc.iT^i', 42 ¡nchics above tlie -fr:'ot Bi.)Xes sh<.>u]d extciid a.h'isa inclics beyond the  cur!>. It pamtnvG: is necessary.  av/ruT rn.av };>a.int \\'ith ahnninum paint and place the ■ hause nuinbar on bath sides of thf^ box in biack.  Patrons ai'e i'eiuinded that service to boxes v.all be ■-uspiaaded v/here tlie require-nients af the Post Office Depart-ineiit a?'0 not met,  Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henne were in Ft. Worth last week, attending the Texas State Pharmaceutical Convention.  ! Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ToUe and son, Teddy will leave August 25 for Port Lavaca where i they will make their home. Tol-ie has acc/épted a position as ■ commercial teacher at the Port I Lavaca High School.  Henry Moeiler, his son and ! family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Moeller, Charles and Mary Lee, returned Friday night from a twò-we,^k trip to Yellowstone : National Park, Utah, and other : places of interest.  I -Q------  i ' „Sitiò 3Ì0 suit einer bcibeit jliarteicìì uerrDanbt oi)er i)eriii)RKi-  SìiTl'^" ha';!tL' 5cr ber  , 5 :: ! i f aa ì u n c r g -^^roai) 11 ijoi ti? nuin i ii  j  I „^iiiitt ¡>jn ui) rDÌif>te," aurroor' ictf „Tie ^iiiiaeriu ift  I Dio toui'dv unì) bie  th ite 3ta^í ■V'vtimouei:."  FOR YOUR EVERY BUILDING NEED  CALL THE LUMBER NUMBER  22  OR COME TO THE CORNER OF CASTELL & COLL  NEW BR.AINFELS, TEX.iVS  TREMOR AFFECTS WATER RECORDS  The above was a headline In the San Antonio Express, August 18, 1952!  $20,000 Earthquake Insurance costs less than $10.00!  o  If an eartliquake sht)uld wreck your residence or mercantile building,  will you be insured? Check yi.Hir irksurance for earthquake coverage ...... ;  dun't be causht witiiout in case an earthquake should happen and it happen when this insurance costs S4J little!  and can  Call 1111 or see us today at 150 N. Seguui St. Nowotnv Building  NOWOTNY INSURANCE AGENCY  P. ii'OWOTXY — Ov,ner  Cottage Cheese  HELPS TIP THE SCALES IN YOUR FAVOR  Yes, you can reduce without going hungry! Just build your meals around delicious Borden's Cottage Cheese instead of eating fattening foods. It's high in protein value, yet contains only 40 calories per ounce. Have a bowl of Borden's Cottage Cheese on the table at mealtime. .^^iJlggltily of It and other low-, calorie foods and see how easy it is to control your weiglit. In almost e\ery reducing diet, cottage cheese is a must. Make it Borden's Cottage Cheese to keep your appetite satisfied . , . and your pounds in bounds,  r^ Guaraateidby^ ^Go®d Hottsekeepinf  COTTAGE CHEESE   

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