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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 22, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas Leonard Mutchler doing what he does bestSafety-conscious Mutchler honored by Comal ISD By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY: I read you faithfully in the Williamson (W. Va.) Daily News. In September 1981, your column was headed, “Full Steam Ahead for Railroad Widows.” It caught my eye because in 1930, when I was 16,1 married a railroad man. We were divorced in 1962. The article went on to give me such good news! It read: “Effective Oct. 1,1981, remarried widows and divorced wives, mothers and widows of railroad workers will become eligible for railroad annuities in the same dollar amount and under the same rules as Social Security.” I could hardly believe my eyes! Had I not read it in your column I would never have known about it. I had not been informed in any other way. You advised all women who qualified to write to the Railroad Retirement Board, 844 Rush St., Chicago, IU., 60611. I wrote immediately. After several letters back and forth, I was informed that I was eligible for benefits, and I have been receiving a monthly Ex-railroad wife grateful for data Comal Independent School District’s employee of the month for October, leonard Mutchler, worked out of the back of his truck in 1969. Now he is the shop foreman, and cares for over 50 school buses for CISD, along with two mechanics and a mechanic's helper. "There’s no more important job than to keep the buses safe for the kids. That’s the main reason I work here,” said Mutchler, who has been with CISD for 14 years. And the job keeps Mutchler hop* ping. Regular preventive maintenance is the majority of his work, but unusual things creep in, too. “It seems like when one water pump decides to go out, they all decide to go out," Mutchler added. Mutchler and his family are active in other school activities, too. His wife, Jo, is vice-president of the Canyon Music Boosters Club, and Mutchler regularly drives the equipment truck to the football games. They have three daughters — Michelle at Canyon High School, Karen at University of Texas in Austin, and Cindy at Southwest Texas State University. Harvey Pape, director of special services for CISD, said, "He has been an outstanding employee. He works hard, attends workshops to keep his skills up-to-date, and is very conscientious about keeping the buses in safe condition.”Weather Local temperatures Thursday's high was a cool 68 degrees, and Friday morning's low only 50. Today’s high will be near 70, and Saturday's high in the low-70s. Sunset today was predicted at 6:54 p.m., and sunrise Saturday at 7:37 a.m. Lake level Canyon I .ake is still dropping, down a fraction of a foot from Thursday’s level of 905.99 feet. The gauge this morning stood at 905.%. Six-tenths of an inch of precipitation was recorded overnight. Texas Cloudy to partly cloudy skies and chilly temperatures covered most of Texas today as a few showers dotted eastern and southeastern portions of the state. Fair skies were the rule in Southwest and Northwest Texas. Temperatures before dawn dipped into the 30s and 40s over the northern half of the state. Readings in the 50s and 60s were reported over the southern half. Winds were northeasterly over the eastern half of Texas and southerly over the western half. Speeds were under IO mph. The forecast called for decreasing cloudiness and warmer afternoon temperatures statewide. A chance of light rain existed over Southeast Texas. Texas forecasts North Texas - Warmer days with continued chilly nights. Generally clear tonight, but ground fog could develop central and east. Mostly fair Saturday. Highs 62 to 65. lx)ws in the 40s. Highs Saturday near 70. South Texas — Cloudy to partly cloudy with a slight chance of rain ending today. Highs 68 to 78. Ixjws 48 to 60. Highs Saturday mostly in the 70s. West Texas — Mostly fair to partly cloudy through Saturday. Highs 62 Panhandle and southeast to 82 Big Bend. lx>ws near 40 Panhandle to 48 southeast and 52 Big Bend. Highs Saturday 68 southeast to 70s elsewhere, except 85 Big Bend. Port Arthur to Port O’Connor Northeasterly winds 15 to 20 knots with higher gusts through Saturday. Seas 5 to 7 feet. Widely scattered areas of light rain through tonight. Port O’Connor to Brownsville — Northeasterly winds 15 to 20 knots with higher gusts through Saturday. Seas 5 to 7 feet. Widely scattered showers. The Nation Frost hit the Midwest early today, while rain fell in the Southeast and the Pacific Coast. Frost or freeze warnings went into effect across most of the Ohio Valley, Illinois and parts of Tennessee. Rain fell over the eastern Carolinas, with a few showers over southern Georgia and northern Florida. Rain also fell along the northern and central Pacific Coast, and in louisiana and southern and eastern Texas. check ever since. It is such a help! How can I thank you, Abby? MRS. MILDRED H. BEVINS, PIKEVILLE, KY. DEAR MILDRED: Don’t thank me. Thank Rep. James L.*Oberstar, 8th District, Minnesota, who wrote to inform me that the law had just been passed. He added, “And I can’t think of a better way of reaching the approximately 74,000 eligible women than through the Dear Abby column.” DEAR ABBY: I am a married woman (mid-30s), wife, and mother, who has always been overly modest. I just hate going to my doctor for a physical — the kind where you have to take everything off, get up on the examining table, etc. If I could do it myself, I certainly would. But Abby, I can check my own breasts for lumps, and I do. Would it be obnoxious of me to tell my doctor I’d rather do it myself? (Check my breasts.) I think he enjoys doing this, as I am oversized. MODEST TO A FAULT DEAR MODEST: It would be more foolish than obnoxious. In the first place, don’t assume that your doctor “enjoys” checking for lumps. He gets as much enjoyment from it as a grocer checking for an overripe cantaloupe. You are paying for his professional expertise; use it to the fullest. DEAR ABBY: I was glad to see that letter in your column about the couple who had separate bedrooms after IO years of marriage and didn’t care what people thought. I hung on to the edge of the bed for IO years before I had the courage to get twin beds, but it was either that or my sanity. My husband was a restless sleeper who thrashed around in his sleep like a wrestler. (He also snored like a bull.) We will be celebrating our 35th wedding anniversary soon. Now that the kids have left home we have separate bedrooms! Glory hallelujah! Now I can read until the wee hours, or watch late-night TV while he snores his head off across the hall. He likes a cool room and I like it warm, but believe it or not we are very compatible. And I still get a thrill when he whispers in my ear, “Your place or mine tonight?” STILL I/IVERS IN BUFFALOPublic records FELONY Justice of the Peace, Precinct I, (Harold Krueger, presiding) Boyce D. Brown Sr., 406 Saddletree, theft of property by check, $2,500 bond. DIVORCES County Court-at-Law, (D.H. Buchanan, presiding judge) I Animis, Sylvia and Russell Allen. Woodward, Laurel Lynn and Henry. Baughman, Mark A. and Jean Cousins. Wright, Emma Jean and Paul E. Jr. CONVICTIONS 274th District Court, (Fred Moore, presiding judge) Anthony Marc Fuentes, burglary of a nonhabitation, sentenced to four years in the Texas Department of Corrections — suspended, and placed on probation for four years. 207th District Court, (Robert Pfeuffer, presiding judge) Kenny Villarreal, attempted burglary, sentenced to five year TDC, probated, and fined $500. Max Jay Dwyer, possession of a controlled substance methamphetamine, sentenced to three years TDC — suspended, put on probation for five years, and fined $300. James Vincent Reilly, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, placed on probation for one year. 22nd District Court, (Charles Ramsay, presiding judge) Andre J. Bouressa, burglary of a non-habitation, placed on probation for four years. Lawrence Sonney Lopez, burglary of a nonhabitation, placed on probation for four years. Jesse Adam Morphis, forgery by passing, sentenced to three years TDC, probated, and fined $500. Abelardo Hernandez, aggravated assault with serious bodily injury, sentenced to five years TDC, probated, and fined $500. MARRIAGES County Clerk's Office I>ee Jay Lenz and Delores Elaine Crowell. John Carl Zimmermann and Edna Bertha Zunker. Stanley Ray Witek and Robin Elise Clark. Michael Charles Smock and Kathryn Jo Tabb. Thomas Julius Fennell and Pearle V. Boston. Paul Allen Niswander and Patricia Ann Bilbrey. David A. Brown and Patricia Anne Brown. Patrick Kevin Burns and Nancy Ann Rector. David Vernon Poole and Brenda Renee Packer. Roger Dale Myrick and Carol Marie Tench. BIRTHS McKenna Memorial Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Raderstorf, 420 Magazine, 5 lb., 13 oz. boy, Oct. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Voges, 181 Texas Ave., 3 lb., 15oz., and 4 lb., 9oz. twin girls, Oct. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Mesa. 113 Rodriguez Court, 8 lb., 8 oz. boy, Oct. 15. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Medrano, 276 Anhalt, 7 lb., 9 oz. boy, Oct. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Holster, 1041 Fredericksburg, 8 lb., 144 oz. boy, Oct. 16. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Ewen, San Marcos, 8 lb. girl, Oct. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards Hernandez, 1504 Eichen, 9 lb., 9 oz. girl, Oct. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Harborth, 105 Thomas Edison, Schertz, 8 lb., 15 oz. boy, Oct. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo Montanez, 129 E. Torrey, 6 lb., 13 oz. boy, Oct. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Glendon T. Nicholas Jr., Route I, Box 631-Aa, New Braunfels, 7 lb., 7 oz. girl, Oct. 20. Out-of-town Born to Mr. and Mrs. Keith W. Gerth of Beeville, Tex., a 5 lb., I oz. boy, Oct. 14, in Victoria. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Inland Priess, and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gerth Jr., all of New Braunfels. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jon Ellis, 1756 tee, 5 lb., 7 oz. boy, Oct. 19, in Methodist Hospital, San Antonio. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James Ellis, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pittman. OAKWOOD MOBILE HOMES New anole Wides From S9.995. New Double Wldes-from S21.995. All Homes Delivered. Set-Up, and Tied Down Within 200 Miles FREE I 1722 Austin Hwy. San Antonio, Tx. 78218 (512) 822-0314Scout Country Fair to begin Saturday Nineteen different scout groups will represent the Guada Coma District at the Alamo Area Council’s Scout Country Fair in San Antonio this weekend. Activities will kick off with a parade at noon Saturday, and will continue until 6 p.m. at McGinsey Park. The theme of this year’s fair is "Footsteps of the Founder." The logo, featuring the International Crest, will note the 75th anniversary of scouting. Those who have not already purchased tickets from local Cub and Boy Scout groups may buy them at the gate. Boy Scouts will camp out Friday night at the park, and Cubs will arrive Saturday morning to prepare their display areas. Different groups will participate in physical fitness, rope making, model rocketry, communication, funnel cakes, obstacle course running, handicapped awareness trails and ferris wheels.Calendar of Events Organizations Comal County Sportsmans’ Association: fish fry, 6 p.m. Friday, Sportsman Hall, Kowald I Aine. Bulverde Optimist Club: horse show, IO a.m. Saturday, Bulverde. Holy Family Church: Fall Fun Festival, 4 p.m. Saturday at the church.New Braunfels National Bank invitee fan ta listan ta Reflections - "A backward fiance at wham wa in Carnal Cauntf have bean and where wa ara new"Sunday Mornings at 9 a.m. mo AU, Staidly, Oft. 24, FuhiriO)UR'IRM A MRS. BICHARD KURirSCH Ct-Splat tnd by    n    NCW.    _Braunfels NATIONAL BANK WOO North Walnut. Lobby Noun Monday- Thursday 0-3. Friday 9-6 Drtya-Thnj Noun: Monday-friday 7-4. Saturday 0-t FuO-aarvtca banking your dapoattt maurad to $100,000 by rho I Dupont Inauranca Corporation Phono 824*607Horoscope By STELLA WILDER FRIDAY. OCT 22 Born today, you are one of those highly emotional individuals who gains control of his emotions by dint of extreme self-discipline in combintion with uncanny self-knowledge. You find it so easy to put yourself in another’s place that you are often not only upset about your own situation or circumstances but about other people’s too. You approach all your activities with enthusiasm and tremendous energy. Facile of mind and body alike, you are never bored, for you are never without either thought or eager movement. Interested in all that goes on around you, you are never caught without an opinion, a solution to a difficulty, or an idea as to how goals may be reached quicker and/or more easily. You enjoy all your contacts with other people; most especially you enjoy the young. Also born on this date are: Joan Fontaine and Catherine Deneuve, actresses; Giovanni Martinelli, operatic tenor. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 23 SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) — Special skills are required if you are to succeed today where others have failed. Draw on experience. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) — An original approach to an old problem brings you solutions you little dreamed of in the past. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — An impulsive move early in the day sets you up nicely — and unexpectedly — for success and gain by eve. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) - Seek the drama in the present situation and you will be better able to suffer the hardships involved. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) — Performance tells today, not intentions, tet talent join with opportunity to bring you real success. ARIES (March 21-April 19) — Related feilds vie for your attention. Keep your mind on your goal and you will make the right decision. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — A friends inclination to say no makes this a disappointing day for you. You can make gains even so. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) — The enthusiasm you feel early in the day must be guarded well. Otherwise, it may fail you during p.m. hours. CANCER (June 21-July 22) — The excitement of city life — even if you live in the country! — gets to you today. Make your wishes known. LEO (July 233-Aug. 22) — The challenge of new friendships finds you both willing and able. Make this a day of new understanding. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — You can count on chickens to hatch today, so count them at will. Be ready for another’s speedy recovery. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) — Success eludes you early in the day no matter how hard you strive for it or how close it seems. The p.m. is better. Hnrald-Zritung * Taylor Communications Inc. (USPS 377 880) lf you have not received your paper by 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday or by 7:30 a m. Sunday, call 625 9144 or 658 1900 by 7 p.m. and 11 a m., respectively. Published Sunday morning and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S. Casten Ave., New Braunfels, TX. 78130. Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S. Caste!) Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78130. Dave Kramer..............General    Manager Claude Scruggs..................Publisher Robert Johnson ....................Editor Ted Winter .............Advertising Director Don Avery..............Circulation    Manager Carol Avery............Photocomp    Foreman Wanda Lasater...........Kaleidoscope    Editor Kart Mitchell..................Sports    Editor Scott Haring...................Wire    Editor Subscription Rates In Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco and Kendall Counties: 3 months, $8.55; 6 months, $15; one year, $27. In Texas: 6 months, $24; one year, $45. Out of state: 6 months, $30; one year, $50. Senior Citizens Discount In Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Bexar, Blanco and Kendall Counties: 6 months, $12, one year, $22. Postmaster: Send address changes to P.O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, TX 78130 Do You Need Deliverence? Evangelist Jack Cross Is Coming to New Braunfels for a Healing and Miracle Crusade Thousands Are Being Blessed Through Attending These Services Come and Bring a Friend These Services May Completely Change Your Life The Word Made Alive Through Revival Oct. 25th thru Nov. 7th 7:00 P.M. Nitely First Assembly off God 1687 Hwy 81 W. New Braunfels Phone 625-6152 ( ;

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