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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 13, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Continental Singers New TMM 1991 PtfltS The Continental an internationally known Christian musical will present Set Them A Concert of Hope and Mercy at Wednesday at the First Baptist Church of New The which includes in its troupe of 36 instrumentalists and techni cians young people from throughout the United States and several foreign Their program proclaims the teachings of Jesus Christ and challenges listers to follow His example to reach out to the people of the world and Set Them NEW BRAUNFELS HERALDZEITUNG Dear Abby Wedded bliss began in ladies lounge DEAR ABBY Can you stand one more letter about crazy wedding My mother and dad have this story Dad had relied on close friends to reserve the bridal suite in the lovely old residential hotel in As it turned the friends didnt think it was necessary to make res so they didnt as luck would have there was a plumbers convention in town that needless to every hotel was filled to The manager of the Mallory was gracious enough to find them a place to sleep for the The first room they were offered was a closet under stairs with no The option the Womens Lounge located on the main floor of the hotel right off the They chose the The management brought in two rollaway beds and hung a 1 CLOSED sign on the Dad said he unscrewed hundreds of light bulbs from around the vanity mirrors because he couldnt find the light I switch to turn them folks said there were about toilets in the and they never used the same one All night long women were knocking on their door trying to get in to use the They didnt get much but they had a lot of laughs and made the best of the Their union produced five chil and lasted until mothers death six months ago one month short of their 44th Dads name is Leo Mothers name was Im their JOY DEAR ABBY I read with sorrow your reply to Forever a Baby who couldnt understand why parents worry so You Its every parents nightmare that their child will be badly hurt or killed in an automobile How We worried about our two One was fairly cautious the other was a We got them through high school and thought we were home On April our youngest son de cided to ride to town with a friend who had been The friend drove too and both were killed in a onecar To Baby I Be glad you have parents who worry about you and have We will never be the HEARTBROKEN IN TEXAS i DEAR HEARTBROKEN Please accept my condolences on the tragic loss of your beloved Perhaps your letter will serve as a reminder to others to be cautious about those with EDELWEISS DISTRIBUTING 3DAY SALE Must sell to make room for new inventory Overstocked items reduced German specialty meats Import dry goods Import candies 14th 15th 16th FRL 8 am5 pm 754 Rock Street Off Loop 337 6256140 Mi for tcWHferwl 6 oft whom they choose to I recall an impressive ad pro moted by Mothers Against Drunk Drivers Good friends dont let friends drive drunk DEAR ABBY Your advice to give money as a gift to nurses and aides at holiday time is a I am an and we are not allowed to ac cept money from patients or their m i 1 i P NURSES DEAR ABBY It is so good to hear that there are people who appreciate the quality of care provided in our nursing Most of the time all we get is In most nursing facilities will not accept cash gifts from residents and their fami A written thankyou note is all we or may A CARING NURSE IN TEXAS People are eating them up For Abbys favorite send a business selfaddressed plus chuck or money order for in to Dear Box Mount Postage is Public Notice On July Southwestern Bell Telephone Company filed an application with the Public Utility Commission of Texas for approval of two new optional Exchange Connection Service and Customer Alerting Exchange Connec tion Service will permit a customer of the Telephone Company to provide voice messaging telephone answering or other services to itself or to patrons of the Customer Alerting Enablement will permit residence and business lines to receive an alerting tone intermittent dial tone transmitted by an Exchange Connection Service The proposed effective date for this offering is September and will be available statewide where facilities The calling partys telephone number and other originating network call information will be delivered to the Exchange Connection Service customer when the calling number and the called number are served by the same the callers telephone number and other originating network call Information may be recorded and stored by the Exchange Connection Service Customers may be able to identify the caller before the call is All Exchange Connection Service customers will be required to sign a nondisclosure agreement prior to being provided In the agreement the customer agrees not to disclose the calling partys telephone number unless the customer has written permission from the calling The Telephone Company estimates these new services will increase its annual revenues during the first year by approxi mately Providers of voice messaging service and telephone answering services and their subscribers are the types of customers likely to be affected by approval of these Exchange Connection Service is provided to customers in two parts Local Serving which provides access to the exchange network and Optional Service The proposed for both Exchange Connection Service and Customer Alerting including installation are as follows Installation Charge First Additional Unit Unit Local Serving Monthly Arrangement Charge Access Link each Switch Terminations Analog Voice Grade Line Side Select One Inward Outward 2way Multiplexed Arrangements Multiplexed DS1 to per DS1 Access Link Analog Voice Grade Channel per Activated Channel Subsequent Order Analog Voice Grade Channel per Activated Channel Transport Originating Rales per Minute Terminating per minute of use within Local Calling Scope Call Miles Otol Over 1 to 25 Over 25 Rearrangement Charges Change Type of Supervisory Signaling Per Switch Termination Change Directionality Per Switch Termination Qpllonal Service Feature Subscriber Information each Originating Call Information per call delivered l Management Service Customer Alerting Enablement Residence Business Persons who wish to comment on this application sfrould notify the Commission by September Requests for further information should be mailed to the Public Utility Commission of 7800 Shoal Creek Suite Texas or you may call the Public Utility Commission Public Information Office at 512 or 512 teletype writer for the Southwestern Bell Telephone NAME GAME WEEK IOAGORVFNRBO AIETMANVDNARLCKRL UEAILEOMSPATEMLTHCSNTE PBLEDSffiRTOLBE EAIEAENGBKNLSYR ILOHWRNDELGIEKENC OARIEENCAGNRZDEHTNTC BTLCEANTHIRHS IEWAEEERAVRYCET EEEAAAINFMMCROPHCDRCSLPS JEHSESTEEILRD SI PSDILAHBLTOELSI HDMBIOMAIWISNYEMCEOL Win one of 2f prizes each Unscramble the list of names see the full page in todays paper for a list of all participating sponsors Mail your entry 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