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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 25, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas 2A New Braunfels HeraldZeitung November Awaiting adoption These kittens seem to be staring at an unidentified These tabby kittens and other animals are available for adoption at the Humane Society Animal 1922 JWy Woman doesnt want prayers DEAR ABBY In response to a letter in your column you you dont need a persons per mission to pray for thats my My mother is praying for and I wish she Ever since he got herself born she says she is praying that God will bnng me to my knees so I will be born I have my own which doesnt happen to be the same as but she keeps trying to talk me into being When I ask her to please leave me alone and quit praying for she says its her duty as a parent to lead me down the right Dont get me I also believe in but I dont want to get into a contest with my mother to see which one of us prays GETTING GOOFY IN DEAR GETTING You didnt state your but if youre an adult you have the right to choose your own And as wellmeaning as your mother may she needs to be reminded that one of our most cherished rights is the right to be left DEAR ABBY From time to time I meet people who are antigay and while loudly proclaiming that they are passionately proAmerican Since the logic behind this kind of thinking escapes I am at a loss as to how to deal with Please And you may use my real CHARLOTTE CAMPBELL DEAR CHARLOTTE Tell them that its not possible to be antigay and antiforeigner AND passionately pro American at the same time because a substantial part of America is composed of gays and DEAR ABBY A close age recently went to Poland to visit his His wife was unable to accompany him because of poor Two weeks after he arrived in Poland his wife received a telegram from the American Consulate in Poland informing her that her husband had sufferd a fatal heart attack and it would cost her to have his body flown back to the United States for The alternative was to have him buried in Poland for His wife chose to have him buried in Poland because she couldnt afford to have his body shipped back here at those We were shocked at how much was asked to have his body shipped to the United States from It seems so grossly Am I being ridiculous to question the whole thing Why in the world is much charged for such a humane service Now the poor widow will be deprived of being buried alongside her lifelong companion in the family plot with other family I would like to hear your comment on this up setting crisis in our UPSET IN DEAR UPSET I am informed that the cost of shipping a body by air is determined by the weight and The average weight including the shipping crate is approximately 350 to 400 which costs between and per each 100 Add to that the morticians fee for em plus the and it should not total anywhere near the figure you were I think you have good reason to be Getting married Whether you want a formal church wedding or a doyourownthing get Abbys Send plus a stamped 37 cents envelop to Wedding Box Deaths Robert Van Horn Funeral arrangem ents for Robert Van Horn are pending at Zoeiltr Funeral Van of 1185 Gruene died Thursday at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of Alvin Moeller wins award New Braunfels High School senior David a winner of a 1983 United States National Award in is the son of and Jesse Moeller of New not David as previously Services for Alvin Wootsie of 924 Holly will be at I U p Saturday at iJucppeiischmJdt Futte 1 Burial will be at Coma died at born March 1915 in Guadalupe he was the son of Alvin and Mamie nee Roberts A veteran or World War Schlichting was a retired watchman from Point Schlichting U sur vived by a Francis Grimm oil New and nieces Memorials may be given to any LOOK A gift for FREE SCOTCHGARD when we clean your car chairs or solas lor II10 home or We clean Protect your investment while pretty ing up lor the holidays CALL FOR FREE ESTIMATE 8210322 1630 Highway fl I HvraldZtituns Taylor 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 TX Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Manager Claude Elnora Office Manager Robert Johnson Mike Grist Coordinator Cheryl McCampbell Manager Don Manager Carol Foreman Gus Foreman Roland Kraft Shop Foreman Wanda Editor David Editor Patricia Editor Subscription Rates In Blanco and Kendall poupties 3 6 one In Texas 6 one Out of state 6 one Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New TX V HERALD CLASSIFIEDS Some tosu of fish respond By RUDY CAVAZOS Conservationist Supplemental feeding is an efficient and enjoyable way to increase the productivity of both channel and and sunfish respond very well to supplemental When purchasing a pelleted look on the bag for the analysis of A good catfish feed will contain a minimum of 30 percent of the and fiber should comprise 1015 percent of the At least 15 percent of the protein should come from animal such as fish and vitamins should have been Two types of commercial feed are available floating and Rations that float cost more than sinking The higher cost can be overcome to Some extent by more efficient utilization of floating An individual can feed what Ms fUh will clean up in 1020 In sinking feeds go out of sight immediately and the individual has to estimate how much to The rule of thumb is feed 23 percent of the total poundage of fish at each feeding during the growing season March to Catfish fingerlings less than 10 inches should be fed 1 8inch After they attain 10 catfish can be fed a 3 4 inch Fish can be trained to eat pelleted feed in one or two Scatter feed in water 34 feet Spread the ration over a large area to prevent a few fish from eating most of the Feed at the same place and the same time of day Wt or 57 During the and early fall flih will benefit from feeding every A winter feeding program midfall to early spring Is It weight Increases disease and parasite and ensures fish are in better physical condition going Into the growings As water temperatures fish eat less and foodtoflesh conversion less Feed on alternate days of every third Scatter small amounts of floating feed if there is no within a few do not feed on that particular Feed sinking ration at the rate of 1 percent of total poundage per For more Information on supplemental feeding contact your local Soil Con servation Service at 358 Landa in New Braunfels or call Weather blew in Storm Center in dropped into the lower 40s over the West as far inland as the Portions visibility said it was High today in low Central and good strong to 100 feet to spread from low tonight upper and sped toward rain and to northern and high Saturday Mountains covering This mornings in knocking within still digging was 31 and while to more to people from the earlier high was dipped into the middle 20s across as the death toll rose to 27 Seattle but others were blamed for the deaths of 15 people on earlier storm power 10 in small planes hovered in up to 2 feet A spokesman two elderly Min to middle on the Snohomish men who died the before and outages shovelling Canyon Lake stood at 4 inches of said it feet above ranged from 25 the San a couple of slightly to 54 Bay area this is taken than Thursdays level unleashing that the new C V AC forecast called for fair to partly cloudy skies and 50 near Placerville for several The moisture turned to snow have quite as big a windup as the system that howled cXAa hfUBfc CPA Sunny skies and winds gusted to the Rockies Spm temperatures kicked in the its still a the highs blizzard cold front holiday and to range at bring snow expected middle 60s to ski resort to the Plateau weather to remain over most of half a foot CASTELL rule into the Sections of at A dome of high pressure over East and the Big Bend Valley were expected northwest of Lake at the National Weather 6251500 Central Texas into the clear skies western IN SAN MARCOS before The weather system was pushing slowly to the east drawing light thunderstorms were possible over scattered areas of the state tonight many with halfroasted Thanksgiving turkeys still in the oven lost power Sessoms North III San Teus 78666 from the as the 3537200 1 CHRISTMAS SPECIALS HighBrehm Hats fi Western Wear Savings On Select Group Wrangler Jeans 25 Wrangler Shirts 100 Cotton Now 19 95 Knit Slacks Felt Hats Off Western Gut With Keystonjf and Snaps 25 See Our New Selection of Hunting and Work Cloths Plus Our Increased Boot 6292531 1279 Common at Loop 337 Good While Supplies Last Off
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