New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 12, 1991, Page 4

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

June 12, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 12, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Opinions DAVID Editor and Publisher JANINE Managing Editor Page 4A New Texas June 1991 HvraldZtftung Published Sunday Thursday and Friday nfternwns by New Braunfels 707 landa or Drawer New Texas Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels UeraldZeitung at New DAVID SULLENS Editor and Publisher JANINE GREEN Managing Editor CHERYL DuVALL Business Manager KAREN REININGER Classified Manager LONE BEASLEY Advertising Director CAROL ANN AVERY Circulation GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman Carrier deliuery in Blanco and Kendall counties three six Senior Citizens Discount carrier delivery six one Mail delivtry outside Comal in Texas three six one Mail outside Texas six one If you have not reccivedyour newspaper by Tuesday through or try call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New Texas Kudos The Herald salutes residents who make our world better Every week residents of our area do many things that deserve special Often those things find their way ipto the pages of this but sometimes they This space is devoted each week to providing that Some of what appears in it will be taken from the pages of the Some will be provided by our If you know of someone who deserves special let us Call either Managing Editor Janine Green or Editor and Publisher David Sullens and well take it from Our tele phone number is Kudos this week go to The Childrens Museum on its Discovery Series which began yesterday and will continue through Sessions are from 9 Tuesdays through Fridays and admission is per week or a Museum members pay a week or a Session topics range from watercolor to wreath making to papiermache to sandcasting to cooking to quilt making to The New Braunfels Rotary Club on its donation to the Comal County Senior Citizens Foundation to help complete the Senior Citizens The money was raised through the clubs recent fish Mountain Valley Elementary School Principal Carroll Welch on his Welch and his were recently honored by the Canyon Lake community with a retirement party on the school Schlittcrbahn Water Park and Resort on being one of 26 final ists for San Antonio and South Texas Entrepreneur The 26 were chosen from 60 Winners will be announced June 20 at an awards New Braunfels Police Chief Dick Headen on having given a baseball autographed by Nolan Ryan to be used as a raffle prize to benefit the Emergency Childrens Shelter for Abused and Neglected Children in New Rose Tuseth on her recent win of the Landa Ladies Golf Asso ciation It was the eighth such win who recently qualified for the championship flight at the state tourna ment for amateur women golfers and who has won the womens city championship in New Braunfels eight of the past nine Those who give their time in any way to help make the Comal County youth sports programs a An excellent example are those who volunteer their time to serve as umpires in the little league Justin Mountain Valley Elementary School third on his receipt of the first Bill Brown Memorial Award for courage and AH those who worked to make last weekends Wasscrfcst celebration the tremendous success that it The a community salute to drew thousands to the banks of the The Comal Independent School District bus drivers who recently were presented awards for safe driving and perfect atten They included Dorothy 1991 Outstanding Driver Gertrude runner up and Bill honorable Do you know of someone else who deserves mention in this weekly feature If call Janine Green or David Sullens at Your representatives George Bush President of the United States The White House 1600 Pennsylvania 20500 Lloyd Bentsen United States Senate 703 Hart 20510 Phil Grarnm United States Senate 370 Russell 20510 Lamar Smith House of Representatives District 21 Comal County 422 Cannon Office 20510 Greg Laughlin House of Representatives District 14 Guadalupe County 1713 Longworth Office 20510 Texas Ann Richards Governors Office State Capitol Texas 78711 State Judith Zaffirini District 21 Capitol Station Box 12068 Texas 78711 It didnt seem to take much effort As one of your I want to urge you in the strongest terms possi ble to increase your coverage of the fact that for every new dollar that Congress has raised this year in new taxes it has increased spending by said the letter addressed to the New Braunfels HeraldZeitungs For um Two more letters in that days mail opened the same Three more such letters arrived on subsequent Most were on identi cal paper and in identical The envelopes bore a message to the sender on their flaps Please use this envelope to send your letter to the edi tor of your local You can find the address of the newspaper in your phone Thank you for tak ing the extra To there didnt seem much effort The parties who sent them appeared to do little more than sign And lick the flap and the I take that One woman rewrote the editing out some rephrasing others and adding her own emphasis in bold face About 10 days it started Janine Green The envelopes were the The letters they contained were iden tical but for The was Congressional spending in the face of budgetary When Congress talks about spend ing they are not talking cutting actual but reducing pro jected If Congress just reduces the amount of increased they call that a spending cut even though actual spending is still Confused Let me give you a sim plified Lets suppose Con gress is spending SI on a program and they have budgeted to spend on that same program next Howev if they spend next year they will call that a spending cut of even though they actually increased spending by When Congress promised to save billion in the years this was not an actual cut of it was a reduction in their pieinthe sky budget for the Even with their supposed billion actual spending will still The promise of deficit reduction was nothing more than a Con gress just wanted more taxes for more And they would promise anything to get more of our The first set of letters encouraged readers to contact the organization Citizens Against Government 1301 Connecticut Suite While the second doesnt name that the format and envelope are Id like to believe the sincerity of those who forwarded the as to their local The Herald endeavors to reflect the concerns of its readership and we all know the nations budget should be a matter of Theres also a pan of me that feels this letterforwarding campaign is 6 little too Does it require any thought on the part of the signee Or is their membership in that watchdog organization thoughtful enough I set aside pondering the situation long enough to drop by the greeting card rack at a local It took about 10 minutes to thumb through the cards I found searching out one with the right fatherly feeling for a man Ill call my It took another 15 minutes to choose a couple with the right sentiment for my Did I go to any extra effort1 Could I have invested the same amount of time and written letters that said as much the answer is Jmine Green ii managing editor of the Braunfels Looking back Service offers rides to San Antonio By HOSEMARIE LEISSNER Editor Sophltnburg Museum Archives Comsl County Historic Commission 125 YEARS AGO 1866 Beginning June Georg Schmitt will provide twice weekly passenger service to San The cost is one way or round Schmitt is in residence in the former Adam Schaefer Advertisement Hermann Seele will conduct an auction on June 16 of whi household 100 YEARS AGO 1891 The First National Bank officers and directors are Joseph Faust and Hermann Cle Other directors are Louis Henne and The capitalization is Condordia held a dance at Lenzens Hall which was well The children of Pipers School had their festzug at Barbarossa Hall with Conrad Baese as their Bertram gave a Later there was a The Beggs Family Medicines are sold under guarantee and are available at the pharmacys of and 75 YEARS AGO 1916 A happy wedding was celebrated at the home of Johanna Hofheinz on Coll on the Hill when Miss Hulda Hofheinz was joined in marriage to Robert son of Theodore Bose of Age scientist tells the secret of Great Longevi Noseher sets forth factors that contribute to premature The factors are rapid vibrations of motor driven rapidly moving the eye strain produced by flickering of moving the ear strain and mental strain of listening to the the many little shocks and moments of fright incident to crossing and city noise in most aged men are reported as smokers and A piano recital was rendered by the pupils of Miss Susie Naeglin at the Opera May Summer Days duet was played by Wanda Seekatz and Alvin Pupils making solo presentations were Erna Grace Ruby Wally Melanie Irma Laura Wanda Seekatz and Ferinand Gilbert Zipp presented a violin solo accompanied by Miss Hilda t Notice Found In Landa Park one 2 one pair one one Respective owners please call at Landas office and prove In front of the old where Texas Commerce Bank formerly First National Bank now from Chris Casimir Joseph Faust and Robert 50 YEARS AGO 1941 Comal County plans to raise its quota in a nationwide The funds are to provide recreational facilities for men in Mayor Walter Sippel is local drive The mayor proclaims Flag Day also as Defense Bond Day on An appeal to show the flag in observance of Sippel Flag Day Saturday was made by Julius Commander of Legion Post 179 and of the local unit of the Texas Defense Guard Mayor Sippel urged people to show their patriotism during Flag Week by buying Defense Savings Bonds and New Braunfels High School graduates enrolled in Durhams Business College in Austin include The lowlying areas of Hinman Island will become a sanitary land Garbage from city trucks will be compressed by a 12 ton tractor and covered with earth each Marilyn Loraine Melba Mcckel Melvin Nance and Erhard Neuse will attend Boys Stale in Ncuse is being sent by Comal Post 179 of the American Legion and Nance is sponsored by the Rotary 25 YEARS AGO 1966 Ben President of the New Braunfels Industrial Foundation spoke to the Optimist Club advising that the Downtown Area needs action He stated that there are seven vacant locations in two blocks of San Antonio Street west of Main and seven vacant sites in the four blocks of Seguin south of the Bock suggested downtown business people get together and plan changes which would make downtown properties more t Superintendent William Sevicr of the Comal Conty Rural High School District told Canyon City Lions Club that the area now has from 5 to 12 stu dents in each grade They attend Goodwin Elementary and Canyon The rural district now has elementary schools in the North West sec tion of the county west south and near New Braunfels Good Sevier stated that the dam area would get a school when enrollment The lowlying areas of Hinman Island will become a sanitary landfill to improve its the islands appearance and save the City Sanitation Department This was also used at Cypress Bend Park and Camp Warnecke property several years Garbage from city trucks will be compressed by a 12 ton tractor and covered with earth each It is estimated that 15 to 20 acres could be William Karbach and his Pre pose in front of an American Carlo Fisher presented her piano students in recital at Seele Parish House Sunday Appearing on the program playing selections from the Classic and Romantic periods and the contem porary fields were Gaylec and Dalyn Jo Lynn Gail Judy Joe and Mark Jason and Temple Gay Joel Karl Larry Terry Jean Debbie Phyllis Mary Ann Rita Beverly Lois Debbie Marilyn Dennis Jacquelyn Sahni and Linda Old Courthouse picture courtesy of the Sophicnburg Musuem Ktutuch photo courtesy of Roscmwic Sippel portrait ram the Scidcl Sophienburg Museum and ;

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