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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 14, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas IA Now Braunfoti April Local the beginning of life By DYANNE FRY Staff writer Minnie Giesecke Wights How and When Does A New Human life Begin published early this year in San is not an antiabortion Its not a sermon in favor of birth Its a little in that doesnt offer easy answers at What it does offer is some solid in which Wight feels will help readers to make up their own minds in a controversy thats making its share of headlines in these modern I have in mind that its for young people who are wondering about all this said I consider myself a What I want is for more people to understand life before She used much the same approach here as she did in her 1981 booklet on the geology of the Edwards Both publications try to put complex scientific realities into easily understandable How and When is geared to a junior high school Wight Its on sale at Krause Books in Luida Its 30 Illustrated pages outline the basic principles of touches on the question of environmental Influence and covers the development of a fetus from fertilization to Theres also a brief account of early theories on prenatal dating back to a New Braunfels resident for the past 10 has always been interested in child development in and prenatal in When her Edward Allen was teaching at the University of California at Wight worked on a which she had tentatively titled Human Life and Human She never found a buyer for the McGrawHill considered she But they School boards wont buy They dont want anything that has sex in Some of the work she did on that book appeared in How and which Wight hasnt tried to sell to she would like to see it in and she thinks some churches might be A sisterinlaw in another state told Wight that her Methodist minister wanted to order the books in and give one to each couple he Though the little book includes some pretty specific Wight con siders it to be After its straight Much discussion and debate goes on as to when a new human life should be said to she states in her Biology cannot provide answers to the questions about human rights which almost in variably lie at the heart of these these are moral and legal And Wights book ends with rather than Did you like the end she I What about the unborns right to be born a healthy baby What about the un borns right to be born a wanted tale of the Midwest Midwestern readers of Cappers Weekly are getting a look at own 19thcentury roots by way of LaNelle Dickinson Kearney was born in and spent part her childhood But her novel The now running as a serial in the tabloid was written from her present home in Clear A retired teacher of English and choral Kearney has published a few including a short biography of John William last courier of the The which tells the story of Calvin and Nancy ONeil and their homestead outside is her first book to see Its an example of the genre Kearney seems to like best fiction based closely on Even her biography of Smith started as a book length But the San Antonio publishers told her that if it was a it couldnt be and vice So she took all the improvised conversation and after it was just an Kearney The farm in her new book is my fathers own said who was born there some years after the story begins in Her account of pioneer life is based on research into the Events mentioned in the book a winter of record a disastrous plague of and the founding of Waterville itself actually happened when Kearney said they The main Calvin I pat terned after because he was such a handsome Kearney But the rest of the and their individual life are completely Including Black an Indian chief who struck up an odd relationship with the justmarried That just came to said Hedwig Bose Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Handled final arrangements for Hedwig Bose of 730 Howard apartment number She died April 11 at McKenna Memorial at the age of No funeral service was Miss a retired registered was born in New Braunfels on She was the daughter of Moritz She is survived by one Pauline Harrelson of New Gilbert Wilke The Lin wood Kennedy will conduct services for Gilbert at 2 Friday at Zoeller Funeral Burial will follow in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial of Box died April 13 at McKenna Memorial He was a lifelong resident of Guadalupe but was born in San Antonio on His parents were Fred and May Neff He was a retired farmer and a On he married Sophie who survives as his Wilke is also survived by two Frances Tschoepe and Myrtle Elley a Wilke of San Antonio eight grand children and 10 Pallbearers will be Gilbert Martin Tschoepe David Virgil Russell Elley and Ronald Deptawa to study outdoor education Darren Deptawa will be seeing a lot of the great outdoors this thanks to an essay he a student at New Braunfels High was one of the winners of an essay contest sponsored by the San Antonio chapter of the Safari As a he will attend the American Wilderness Leadership School in Jackson said Dan Rheiner chapter Students at the wilderness school will spend 10 days learning about wildlife gun horseback canoeing and other facets of outdoor They will meet other students from all over the and one out standing student will receive a scholarship to the university of his choice at the end of the Deptawa is the second New Braunfels High School student to par ticipate in the HvraldZtitung Taylor Communications USPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Kramer Manager Claude Publisher Elnora Kraft Manager Robert Johnson Pete Advertising Manager Cheryl Manager Don Manager Carol Foreman Gus Press Foreman Roland Kraft Shop Foreman Wanda Editor Kari Editor Scott Editor Subscription Rates In Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one In Texas 6 one Out of state 6 one Senior Citizens Discount In Blanco and Kendall Counties 6 SI 2 one Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New TX 78130 Thke stock The pencil just and it really surprises me what it Her editor at Cappers Weekly told Kearney that her characters were quite because each one had both good and bad This surprised the I didnt know there was any bad in because I patterned him so closely after my she When she turned over the final the Cappers editor told her to get busy on another Kearney So she did a which picks up where The Farm left following the careers of the late Calvin ONeils She plans to pack the manuscript this when she and her husband Milo take a trip to My husband says this book is more in she I hope they11 want DYANNEFRY We got a tax a bundle to retire because we started an Individual Retirement Account We why pay Uncle Sam any more than we had when we could be paying ourselves up to a year as a working couple a year for Thats tax deductible money that is set aside and earning 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