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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 13, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Opinions DAVID Editor and Publisher STEPHANIE Managing Editor Page 4 New Texas November 13 1991 HeraldZtitung Published Sunday Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels 707 Landa or Drawer New Texas Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels HeraldZeitung at New DAVID SULLENS Editor and Publisher STEPHANIE FERGUSON Managing Editor CHERYL DUVALL Business Manager KAREN REININGER Classified Manager JIM HORNBECK Advertising Director CAROL ANN AVERY Circulation Manager GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman Carrier delivered in ComalandGuadalupecounties three six SO one Senior Citizens Discount carrier delivery six one Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas three JO six one Mail outside Texas six JO one If you have not received your newspaper Tuesday through or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New Texas 781311328 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 into 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 Stephanie Ferguson or Edi tor and Publisher David Sullens and well take it from Our telephone number is Kudos this week go to of the Texas Department of Public Safety involved in the seizure of more than a tonandahalf of marijuana in south em Comal County last Also seized were vehicles and about Four men were Assisting the DPS in the raid were Cbmal County Sheriffs County and the Hummel Museum on the joint purchase of the former First Federal Savings Loan Association building in downtown New The purchase will provide needed office space for the county and will create what surely will be a major new visitor the largest single collection of original Hummel on building four spine boards for the New Braunfels Fire Department as an Eagle Scout Braunfels local the Community Coun New Braunfels and Canyon high and First United Methodist Church on the Operation body a project aimed at providing coats and sweaters for the needy in New Braunfels Utilities on receipt of a financial reporting excellence award from the nationwide Government Finance Officers The award was for the excellence of the util itys comprehensive annual financial report for the fiscal year that ended July New Braunfels Service League on their planned 21 Night Fund Raiser to be held at Gruene The affair will benefit The Emergency Childrens the Teen Connec the Childrens the Community Service Center and Homespun The event is chaired by Brenda new members of the New Braunfels High School chapter of the National Honor Society who were inducted on Halloween NBHS National Honor Society officers hosted a break fast for the 92 new The affair was funded by the Down town Rotary Parra on being named New Braunfels Independent School Districts Outstanding Secondary Teacher of the Year and Sandra Haynes on being named Outstanding Elementary Comal Independent School District on its open approach to looking at the implementation of yearround The dis trict already has held two public meetings on the seeking input from and dialog with parents and patrons of the Home in New Braunfels on the celebration of its 81st Vollbrecht is a very good At on a freezing Friday he picked up litter behind his building and all four of his neighboring businesses as Do you know of someone else who deserves mention in this weekly feature If call Stephanie Ferguson 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 Gramrn 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 When men stop breathing in their sleep Medical researchers have found themselves in a bit of a During a recent slack season between new shipments of white mice and swamp I suppose scien tists discovered that men frequently stop breathing in their Before I cause rampant panic among the male let me provide part of the researchers Twothirds of the men who took part in the study often stopped brea thing for several seconds at a time when they while onethird had breathing patterns similar to Although this phenomenon is appa rently a common the doc tors are puzzled why it Scientists are welleducated and are quite handy with test xray stinky and elec trical but they tend to over look the Any married man wouldve imme diately recognized that the poor Jim Hornbeck clucks composing the twothirds were better known as the lesser know that there is nothing like a little innocent snoring to bring out the Evander Holyfield in a Let a man inhale through his nose and exhale through his mouth A wifes piercing elbow jab into a husbands midsection definitely causes an absence of The good doctors went on to This research paper shows that things happen to the breathing pattern at night that cant be predicted by the way people act during the Let a hubby get a little frumpy at somewhat bel ligerent during the day and the wife will pull the Boris Karloff look alike stunt that Married men know what I The wife puts on a halfpound of gooey face cream and enough curlers and hairpins to pick up distress signals at they ask for a good night Night time rituals like that have stopped many husbands There is also the diabolical cover Her basic philosophy mine is mine and half of whats yours is On winter she rips the cov ers from her husband and exposes him to frostbite conditions a sure method to stop all breathing for at least 30 there is the alphabet She usually assumes the position of the letter S or These for mations force the husband to balance his body on the outermost edge of the If he tries to turn in his sleep he gets the terrifying sensation of falling off a Besides irregular the husband develops a fear of Im not a victim of these feminine Maybe its because I sleep on a throw rug at the foot of the Jim Hornbeck ii the advertising director of the New Braunfels Looking Back Pictured are the students of the Carl Schurz elementary school in a morning flag raising The picture was taken when officials of the Comal Post 179 American Legion reviewed the School Principal Curt Schmidt explains three buglers blow fanfare for the flags while the Safety Patrol stand as an honor guard and the pupils stand at When the flag is the body recites the pledge of allegiance in unison and accompanied by the sing a patriotic The picture recently appeared in the official Legion Photo courtesy of the Sophienburg Museum and Archives Trains blocking local crossings By ROSEMARIE LEISSNER Editor Sophienburg Museum and Archives Comal County Historic Commission 125 YEARS AGO 1866 The Bruckish farm in Hortontown has been invaded by Advertisements For rent Christian Loeffler has a 6room house to rent on Seguin Street near Landas To Sell Georg Pfeuffer has apple and leather and fur goods to Theater The New Braunfels Academy presents a theater production on Saturday evening to benefit the NOTICE There will be target practice at Comal Springs on 100 years ago 1891 Twentyfive additional contributions were made towards the building of the towns Ten persons gave sixteen gave one gave and two gave for a total of The architect for the hospital has been told that approximately has been raised for the pro ject and that the committee intends to stay with that sum to be the building is designed to allow future Landa plans to build a new house to be valued at Tschoepe and Miss Marie Boerner were married on Tuesday of the current week in the Catholic 75 years At the City Council meeting a petition by Harry Landa was read complaining of obstruction of East Seguin and other streets by railroad trains slopping on crossings longer at a time than city ordinances interrupting traffic and travel to and from the Landa Tax Assessor Coreth suggested a board of equalization to revise The council voted for Richter and John Faust to serve on the board of Residents on Coll and Cross streets asked for an extension of a 6inch main pipe from San Antonio Street to said other To obviate present lack of funds the residents through Edgar Schumann offered to advance the money for the purchase of the necessary for four months without Referred to the Water Works Emil Wersterfer of Fischer Store last Monday brought to town his last six bales of cotton and got 18 cents a pound for Emil has also sold feed stuffs and has more to Few mountain far mers are as fortunate this 50 years ago 1941 The community joined Comal Post Ameri can Legion in paying tribute to the dead soldiers of World War I in observance of the 23rd anniversary of the At City Hall Mayor Walter Sippsl is serving his second Sippel has lived all his life here and before becoming mayor was a cotrac tor and icecream His greatest love is his connection with the nationally known Landa City Commissioner Jahn is a local product and graduate civil engineer of Commissioner George Reininger is a longtime member of com missioners court and was formerly a successful Comal County City Clerk Pete Nuhn has been at his job for 20 years and according to Mayor he is the hardest working man in He is assisted by Marcus Adams and Leroy City Attorney Raymond Bartram of Schleyer and Bartram has as his objective the reco dification of city Arthur Mergele man ages Landa The fate of the citys taxsupported chamber of commerce hangs in the The city commis sion ordered an election for 16 at which tax payers of the city will decide whether a chamber of commerce maintenance shall become compulsory or remain Francis last years graduate from New Braunfels High is acclaimed in the Austin Statesman for his performance in the Curtain Club production of Thunder 25 years ago 1966 Republican John incumbent sena had little trouble in sweeping Comal County votes Tuesday in his bid for a second John Democratic Executive Committee appointee for the county Precinct 4 spot when incumbent Henry Neuse died suddenly last won over two unannounced writein The state approves the Hinman Island sanitary Dianna Faye Erben of Comal County and daughter of and Roland Erben of Sat tier will represent District 10 in the state finals of the 1966 Texas Farm Bureau Queen Contest in Corpus Christi on
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