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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 23, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfoto March 1963 Oratorians These Canyon Middle School students did some fast talking at the New Braunfels Optimists Oratorical Contest on March Maurisa at placed first and will go on to zone competition at the Windcrest Golf Course on April Kitty Van was named first and Heather Way won second Valiant fight Christopher Erben needs help to battle blood disease Christopher age would like to lead a normal But a complicated sounding disease with a milelong name is making it a student at Seele suffers from idopathic thrombocytopenic pur or Thats a but what it means is he could bleed to death from a cut or a Fighting this disease has been an ex pensive as his faces over in medical And since Christopher has been making weekly visits to Santa Rosa Childrens Hospital to receive treatments of an experimental that total can only go To help defray the a trust fund has been established at First Federal Savings and Loan in the name of and the boys Joni Erbens problem is that he doesnt have enough platelets in his and his doctors dont know Platelets are the bloods clotting and a healthy person usually has a platelet count of or Erbens count has dropped to as low as Removing the spleen often helps restore that and Erbens spleen was removed in This measure has not helped as much as and theres still another In addition to the three Erben has also been on a which has a side effect it makes the recipient appear Despite all his medical Erbens morale is still Parker In addition to medical there are money Erbens has been laid off his and the couple has two younger ages seven and to take care of in addition to Persons wishing to make a contribution to the Christopher Erben Fund may do so through any of the tellers at First Federal Savings and Deaths Pedro Garcia Services were held Wednesday morning at Holy Family Catholic Church for Pedro of 442 Hidalgo He died March at Jarvis Heights Nursing The Don Murray conducted Wednesdays and Garcia was buried in the Peter Paul The rosary was recited at Tuesday in the Morales Funeral Home Garcia was born 1905 in but he was a lifetime resident of New He retired from Servtex Material and was a member of Holy Family On he married Santos who survives as his He is also survived by three Ophelia Reyes of Fort Nancy Strader of Lancaster and Caballero of Sagiriow 16 grandchildren and 15 greatgrandchildre Pallbearers were Dale Louis Severl Joe Abel Garcia and Leonard Delgado Leona Kita The Jim Hinkhouse will conduct services for Leona Kita of Seguin at 10 Thursday in the Zoeller Funeral Home chapel in New Burial will follow in the Comal died March at the Guadalupe Valley Memorial She was a native of New born 1902 to Harry Jahns and Theresia Weiss She lived most of her life in San and had spent the last eight years in She was a homemaker and a member of the Lutheran and the widow of Adam who passed away in She is survived by a Walter Evans a Ella Mae both of Seguin one grandchild and two great Pallbearers will include Joe Francisco Leroy Gordon Arlon Jahna and Steve Programs reducing state farm acreage DALLAS AP Federal acreage reduction programs will remove about 9 million acres of Texas farm land from production this officials More than 60 percent of Texas farms are enrolled in the federal including President Reagans paymentinkind Agriculture Department officials said In an estimated percent of rice farms were enrolled in PIK and other acreage reduction meaning some acress will be idled this The USDA said percent of Texas cotton farms signed up for million acres of idle land more than half the nationwide total of million cotton acres to be left A statewide total of percent of all wheat or 3 million will be left and 62 percent of corn and sorghum or million will be set The participation has surprised said Piano fanner William We havent had anything like this 1 Stocks Cornrnunicstions Inc NEW YORK 377880 you have not received your 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