New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 16, 1991, Page 3

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June 16, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 16, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Herald Zeitung, New Braunfels. Texas Sunday, June 16, 1991 Page SACrossword Obituaries ACROSS 1 Pile up 6 Deluge 11 Holiday spot 14 Number prefix 15 Pressed 16 Type of lettuce 17 Stand by for 18 Suspicion 20 Goodies 22 Past — 23 Stadium shouts 25 Do artwork 28 Produce item 29 Honest 30 Truck parts 32 Complete 34 Carried out 39 Wickedest 42 Patio 43 Speaks pompously 45 Infirm 46 Accelerates 49 Boy 50 Remaining 54 Photos 55 Small kids 56 Aka 58 Be unsteady 60 Throb 63 Extort 66 Native of: suff. 67 Longed 68 A Ford 69 Defeat at bridge 70 Frightening 71 Golf score DOWN 1 Exclamation 2 Gull 3 Indifferent 4 Flurries 5 Stuff 6 Moslem ruler 7 Be chairman 8 — of consent 9 Three times: prof 10 Change wording of 11 Play division 12 Sheriff’s group 13 Capital item 19 Beak 21 Gibbon, e g. 23 Deserved 24 Superior to 26 Barber's word 27 Christmas — 30 Insects 31 Get rid of 33 Entirely 35 Coffee dispenser 36 Suit-making 37 Brilliant success 38 Exploits PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED s A W s R I C A A F L A T A B A T A R E s C O U P E T U T u P E N E J R A T E 0 u E D T N T O I L E R s p I R I S JE R R E D M O P 0 A E S □ P A R A w E 0 a A L E □ L I V E B A T T I G A V E R A G E S A R E A L A M E N D E S T s' P R Y a T E rn O M O L E E R a R I N G El P H E NJ O L I N □ S H O as R E P U B L I C A N s O R GI O X I D E D A R E E L S 0 P A C E S A N E W D E E.P 40 Occupies chair 41 DC agts 44 Splash 47 Quick 48 Employment 50 — lazuli: gemstone 51 Thrill 52 — mignon 53 Pipe fitting 55 — cotta 57 Drinks slowly 59 Bird sound 61 Twitch 62 Santa — 64 Nothing 65 Mild oath 1 2 3 4 rn 6 7 8 9 "I 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 ■ 26 27 28 29 _ ■ 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 P«55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 ■ 63 64 65 66 ■ ‘ 68 69 I t. b TCI says July statement will clarify cable option By MARK WARNKEN Staff Writer TCI Cablevision’s free offer of a new movie channel has left some local cable subscribers worried about paying for a channel they don’t want. On June 3, TCI began providing customers one free month of Encore. lf the customers don’t want to keep the channel after lite free month, they must call TCI to cancel, lf they fail to cancel, they will be billed between $1 and $4.95 monthly, depending on how many other pay channels they receive. New Braunfels City Council Member Clinton Brandt said during last week’s council meeting that the confusing announcement in the June bill mailed to customers late last month at one point says subscribers can cancel by not paying die monthly charge after the free offer expires and at another that they must call a 1-800 number to cancel. “Thai’s confusing to me because in one arca it says not to worry about it, and in die last sentence it says if you don’t want to subscribe you’re going to have lo cancel," Brandi said. Council Member Bill Arnold said IO people have expressed concents to him about not understanding how to avoid paying for the channel alter the free month. Mark Morrison, manager of TCI’s local office, told council members that the company plans to clarify the offer — known as a “negative option” — on July bills, which customers should receive around June 24. Besides calling a 1-800 number to cancel, customers also may opt to simply not pay die additional charge noted on the bill, which will automatically cancel die channel. This will be clearly stated on the bill itself, not on a separate enclosure, he said. For example, if a customer’s moodily bill has been $19 a month, the customer can continue to pay $19 a month and ignore the additional charge, and TCI will automat teal ly cancel Encore, Morrison said. Additionally, TCI plans lo honor requests for refunds through December, he said. Last month, a state district judge in Dallas denied a request by die Texas attorney general's office lo slop Dallas-bas^d TCI and its Denver-based parent company from providing customers with a free movie channel. Slate attorneys contend the marketing campaign violates the 'exas Deceptive Trade Practices Ai A second hearing is scheduled ft Monday, June 17. “I know this is not your < oing, bul I wish you would pass on to your headquarters that in the future, we really don’t like to sec those kinds of selling tactics used here in New Braunfels," Mayor James Goodbrcad told Morrison. The Asm*, land fret! conliihutcJ lo this report Dorothy Wilson Dorothy “Dottle” Wilson, 69, died June ll, 1991, in San Antonio. She was bom Jan. 30, 1922, in San Antonio. She had been a resident of New Braunfels from 1972 to 1989. She served in the Navy Reserves for 27 years and retired as a yeoman senior chief. She worked in Civil Service for 30 years. She was a longtime member of ITC (Cloverleaf Toastmistress Club) and various other service organizations. Survivors include her mother, Helen L. Hcinmann; several aunts, Nellie Light, Dorothy E. Payne and Willie Bell Branson^; her longtime friend and housemate, Mary E. Jordan; and various nieces, nephews and cousins. A memorial Mass is planned for IO a.m. July I at St. Pius X Catholic Church, 3909 Harry Wurzbach, San Antonio. Memorials may be directed to the American Heart Association or the charity of one’s choice. William D. Ohlenbusch Funeral services for William D. Ohlenbusch, 78, of Canyon Lake will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at St. Andrew Lutheran Church al Canyon Lake. Burial will follow at Cranes Mill Cemetery. The Rev. Donald Ofs-dahl will officiate. Mr. Ohlenbusch died June 13, 1991, at Kirkwood Manor in New Braunfels. He was bom Sept. 7, 1912, in Macie (Kinney County) to Dietrich and Louise (nee Brocksch) Ohlcn-busch. He married the former Anita Boldt Oct. 16, 1938, in Kames City. He was a retired fumier and Comal County resident for 13 years. He was a member of St. Andrew Lutheran Church, where he was former vice president and member of die Stewardship Committee. Mr. Ohlenbusch was a member of United Way adds Bulverde entity United Way of Comal County has added a 22nd agency to is roster. “We would like to welcome the Bulverde Community Service Center," said Joe Worl, executive director of United Way. “The goal of your United Way is to extend a helping hand to any of the 53,000 people living in Comal County who may have a need." The addition of the agency extends that assistance to the Bulverde arca. SUPERTWAVE I Summer Air Fare Special! Houston to Frankfurt $799°° from +t ax Other cities from $859°° -Ftax (Some restrictions apply) 1-800*728-0986 or 1-800-274-9120 Congratulations Keltonl Lutheran Brotherhood proudly recognizes Kelton Lange for 30 years of outstanding service in providing Lutherans with a wide variety of financial products and services. A leader among the Society's field force, Kelton also qualified for Lutheran Brotherhood’s prestigious Executive’s Club. I he Executive’s Club is one of Lutheran Brotherhood’s highest Sides honors. Kelton’s contribution to the Bcglau Agency lias made him a great asset to Lutheran Brotherhood and all the Lutherans he serves. Kelton Lange, lutcf Suite I 628 No. 123 Bypass Seguin, TX 78155 (512) 372-1563 Vgf) fib LUTHERAN BROTHERHOOD A I anniv til I HUIHUI smut*, lot lutlterum the Lutheran Brotherhood and a Fraternal Communicator, past president of Canyon Springs Resort, past president of Zion Lutheran Church in Helotes and a member of St. Luke’s Lutheran Hospital Auxiliary. He is survived by his wife, Anita Ohlenbusch of Canyon Lake; a daughter, Lenora E. Ohlenbusch of Houston; two sons, Paul D. Ohlcn-busch and his wife Nancy of Bulverde and Marvin C. Ohlenbusch and his wife Marge of Bulverde; two sisters, Ella Burcll and Amelia Cooper, both of Uvalde; a brother, Karl Ohlenbusch of Centerville; grandchildren, Cheryl Ohlenbusch of Dallas, Regina Ohlenbusch of Bulverde, Kara Finchbaugh of Manhattan, Kan., Robert Ohlenbusch and wife Julia of Bulverde, Brian Ohlenbusch and wife Melanie of New Braunfels and Kurt Ohlenbusch of Manhattan, Kan.; and greatgrandchildren Amanda Ohlenbusch of Bulverde and Austin Ohlenbusch of New Braunfels. Mr. Ohlenbusch was preceded in death by two sisters, Martha Schwarz and Johannah Ohlenbusch, and two brothers, Julius Ohlenbusch and Rudolph Ohlenbusch. Pallbearers will be Henry Holman, John Ohlenbusch, Tony Perales, Wilfred Stock, Calvin Galm and Eddie Anderson. Honorary pallbearers will be the men of St. Andrew Lutheran Church. Memorials may be directed to St. Andrew Lutheran Church, Rt. 9 Box 166X, Canyon Lake, Texas 78133; Hospice New Braunfels, 180 W. Mill St., New Braunfels, Texas 78130; or St. Luke’s Lutheran Hospital, 7930 Floyd Curl Drive, San Antonio, Texas 78299-2928. Visitation will be from noon until 7 p.m. today at Docppcnschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake. Weight Loss Surprises Researchers WASHINGTON -A nutrition organization was hopeful that a nutritionally complete “hi-tech” food tablet would help erase world hunger problems, until a study revealed that one of the ingredients could cause significant weight loss. Researchers in Europe found that an ingredient in the aptly named product Food Source One actually caused people to lose weight, even though specifically instructed not to alter normal eating patterns, according to one study published in the prestigious British Journal of Nutrition. Researchers in an earlier study had speculated that the weight loss was due lo a decrease in inc intestinal absorption of calorics. While the development of Food Source One, a project of National Dietary Research, would not be used to successfully fulfill its original goal, the discovery has been a windfall for overweight people. A Daytona Beath, Florida woman fighting a weight battle for 12 years used the product on the recommendation of her physician and lost 30pounds. She slated, “Not only have I lost 30 pounds bul my cholesterol has dropped from 232 to 143.1 have two closets full of clothes which have not fit mc in two years that I can now wear.’’ In a separate report, a telephone interview revealed that a W timing ton, North Carolina pharma-cist lost 14 pounds in 15 days on the product and was never hungry. Food Source One tablets are part of National Dietary Research's comprehensive plan to bring a rapid end to obesity in this country. A variety of nutritionally sound diet plans, specially prepared by NDR, accompany each bottle and provide a natural, drug free alternative for confronting the problem of obesity. C199I Oiumjuu UdNiMUtital Available in New Braunfels at: CITY PHARMACY 386 Landa St    625-4711 Elsa Klaerner Graveside funeral services for Elsa Klacmer, 98, on New Braunfels will be at 3 p.m. Monday at New Braunfels Cemetery. The Rev. David Griffin of Bracken will officiate. Mrs. Klaerner died June 14, 1991, at Oak Crest Inn Convalescent Center. She was bom Nov. 2, 1892, in Guadalupe County to Heinrich Wenzel and the former Anna Barbara Wohlfart. She married Louis Klacmer May 24, 1916, in Comal County. He preceded her in death May 1,1959. He was a housewife and a member of Bracken United Methodist Church. Survivors include a daughter, Adeline E. 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