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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 30, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New August TCCB appointee challenged Texas AP two local rhlnlstefs and retired railroad engineer are attacking a local businessmans appointment to a state education post because his convenience store chain sells adult Citizens for Good a nonprofit organiza tion dedicated to the preservation of moral held a press conference Friday to assail Greg Mitchells ap pointment to the Texas College and University Coor dinating Bill Clements asked vicepresident of Tootn Totum Pood Stores to accept the position last Mitchell is being criticized because his chain of 54 Amartllobased convenience stores sell adult magazines Playboy and which Citizens for Good Govern ment consider Opposition to Mitchell came from the organization because footft fotuhi is the largest purveyor ol por nography in said the Alaft pastor of the Southwest Baptist My point basically Is the fact that If Greg wants to represent our If he wants to represent the state of then t think its time he disassociate himself from probably one of the sleaziest businesses in said Movie Mitchells mother and president of Tootn said Mitchell was out of town and could not be reached for president of Citizens for Good said he wanted the appointment of Mitchell revoked because of Mitchells support of adult Cole said he personally had nothing against Thoughtful Coma County Commissioner Yankee Camarlllo center presents certificates to from left Louis Roberts and Michael Ozuna for completing a youth training Students take part in program Two local high school students took part In the Youth Opportunity Unlimited program offered as part of the Alamo Area Council of Governments Summer Youth Employment and Training pro Louis who attends Ca nyon High and Michael a New Braunfels High School attended the pro gram at Texas University from June 6 through During the Intensive 60day summer school and work immersion the students earned high school semester as well as earned money for partlime work on cam The participants lived In stu dent dormitories and ate at the campus Evenings were scheduled for re quired tutoring and elective course activities swimming and Texas had an enrollment of about 120 Schumann retirement fete held Saturday at i 3rd Generation of Family Ownership FUNERAL HOME 615 LANDA 6252349 Thoughtful to benefit those we produced our foot facility and encouraged our successful Located 615 out of main stream Zoeller Funeral Home presents to the community crisply manicured lawns and and generous parking Its lovely chapel can seat as many as 225 Our best planning has been more personal a wonderful staff of including five caring funeral By CARUTON WHITE Correspondent Approximately 300 friends and family of retiring Coma County Ex tension Agent William Bill Schumann attended a caterered din ner In his honor last night here at the Elks Schumann pleased with the enor mous show of Among those attending was Wilson County Agent Charlie one of Schumanns former 4H club Speaking of Pfluger He helped me a lot with my sheepshowing He svas a motivating Influence In my life because he helped me acquire a background in agriculture Pfluger said he was hired right out of college and has been a county agent since He said the rules of the agency would prohibit htm from serving In his home George a retired dairyman and an old friend of Schumann recalled an Instance in the I960s when he and Schumann were ed in a dairy cow Judging meet at A M Together they were able to put together a winning who had the only registered dairy herd In Comal said at one time there were 28 dairies Now theres not a single Schumann was graduated from Texas A4M In 1950 with a Bachelors of Science degree In animal husban dry and came to work for the County in the spring of Many of his credits here included starting the countys first 4H camp at Slumber the first 4H Ex change with 4H members of sur rounding and forming the shooting sports program for the members Special entertainment for the din ner was provided by local country and western singer Jim Wesolich of New Schumann and his have four Glenda and Ronald and five grand NEW BRAUNFELS Child Developmcnt Center NOW ENROLLING AT Their New Location On Comal 4 Full Time and a Few Part Time No enrollment fee for the month of New Toddler Program Ages 12 months to 6 Computers Learning atmosphere 576 Comal 6261716 WHY SUFFER WITH PAIN Complete CHIROPRACTIC NEUROLOGICAL and ORTHOPEDIC CONSULTATION FREE WITH THIS COUPON VISIT William Sawyer NEW BRAUNFELS CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH CENTER i ACCIDENT I INDUSTRIAL INJURY t PERSONAL INJURY IPORT INJURY AOJUMCTIVE THERAPY CINTER NUTRITIONAL DISORDERS KB HWY 81 111 JO ITS NOT HOW MUCH WS W BUT WHAT m W THAI M Hi i iiiffiAwffiT jcV We Cant Afford To Lose Our Tor marshes and other wetlands were considered wasted beuer suited lor con version to farmland or building sites Hut we need our Wetlands nurtuaanimal and bird blunt the destructive forces of Hoods 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