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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 10, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas                                Opinions DAVID Editor and Publisher DOUGLAS Interim Managing Editor Page 4A New Texas January Quote of the Day Ones grand ones Sunday Ones toolings at the weddings of the soul occur as they Wallace Stevens Phantom TV guy wants birthday listed Last Sunday there appeared in approximately this spot an editorial admitting an error the front page of our January 1 edition was dated The editorial many of you had called to point out our mistake and that a San Antonio television station had even devoted some time to When I wrote that I wasnt a happy Wed made a mess though I tried to put a good face on it In what I think was a fairly humorous I vented a goodly portion of my pique in the direction of Lee the San Antonio television personality who let even the folks outside Comal County know what had I played like I didnt know Lees calling him this San Antonio TV and I characterized him as San Antonios answer to Marvin the famous Houston TV sensationalist who gets the credit for having shut down Texas famous Chicken Late this week Lee Dunkelberg wrote me a letter and totally changed the way I feel about Heres what the letter said Greetings from the phantom San Antonio TV Guy For the past day or Ive been meaning to write a letter to a newspaper but his name escaped Then I couldnt remember whichever newspaper it Then someone said Gus and it all came back to Every at the top of the front page pf the Herald we include a line that says Serving Comal Home and we list the name of a On the subscriber whose name was used was Gus Your readers should know that theyre very fortunate to have a newspaper that can take a little Having been on the other I know youre getting more than your Hang in there He signed his letter Lee San Antonio TV And he added a post script My birthday is the 25th of Do I have to live in New Braunfels to get my birthday in the HeraldZeitung you dont have to live in New Braunfels to have your name in our birtfiday You dont even have to live in Comal Well be tickled to put your birthday in the And if youll move across the county well even put your name up at the top of the page where Gus Preussers was on And Im sorry I likened you to Marvin Todays editorial was written by David editor and publisher of the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Published on Sunday mornings and Thursday and Friday afternoons by the New Braunfels 707 Landa or Drawer New TX Second class postage paid by New Braunfels HeraldZeitung at New USPS 377 880 DOUGLAS PILS Interim Managing Editor CHERYL DUVALL General Manager DAVID SULLENS Editor and Publisher CORBIE YEAMAN Retail Advertising Director CAROL ANN AVERY Circulation Manager KAREN REININGER Classified Manager DOUGLAS BRANDT Pressroom Foreman Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties three six one Senior Citizens Discount carrier delivery six one Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas three six one Mail outside Texas six one If you have not received your newspaper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or by 7 and 11 Postmaster Send address changes to the Drawer New TX 781311328 Unique breakfast group shows genuine concern They gather on Wednesday mornings for the best breakfast in just to be with each and to gather around a best seller once a week and talk about They are a group of anywhere from 2035 men who meet at 7 every Wednesday in ihe Parish Hall of Johns Episcopal Im privileged to be a member of that though Im not a member of that And when I miss a Wednesday which happens occasionally because I must attend another meeting of some sort I really feel Before I came to New I met every Monday morning with a neighborhood group that was headed by a fellow named John Caskey in John was is an Episcopal priest and a good In that latter when he learned I was leaving Galveston to come to New he called the Bob Keith at Go meet this Father John told his counterpart in New Hes a good Youll like So Id only been here a few days when Bob called and invited me to Over that lunch at the Adobe we got acquainted and somewhere in the course of the he mentioned the Wednesday morning Bible study group and invited I was in my meet everybody you can possibly meet as fast as you can possibly meet them mode right so I And Ive been going every With that single telephone Caskey gave me a good friend in Bob he gave me many more in those who attend that Wednesday morning I can think of few places where Ive ever felt as as as I feel when I walk into that little fellowship hall on Wednesday Though most of those men see me and know me only in that their warmth is genuine The little groups kitchen crew is ramrodded by David Sullens a fellow named Ed Eds a retired government Hes so downtoearth and unassuming that I was amazed to learn that he was the legendary McMullens good right arm at Randolph Air Force and that hes a former San Antonio city I was also amazed to learn that whom Id have guessed to be in his mid50s to will celebrate his 80th birthday next Ed has organized a group Keith calls them Eds Raiders who take care of a lot of the maintenance around and hes a key player in that Last summer even saw him climbing around on the churchs Archie who is a retired Air Force is another of the groups kitchen who is the electrician for Eds has adopted the churchs griddle and after every he polishes it until it And if someone in another group uses that griddle and leaves it in less than spotless youve never heard the like of grousing in your Dell Strube specializes in pancakes on Wednesday and Charlie Motz does pancakes and is the groups recognized expert when it comes to Terry who retired after a career with the Lower Colorado River can tell you anything you ever wanted to know about the old powerplant here in New And Terry doesnt know that I know he played football at Doug Phillips is a retired pilot for United That makes him very knowledgeable not only about but aboutthings like the Hes an interesting breakfast In most of these guys are interesting breakfast Bob Creech is a retired geologist and Ernst Erdman was an immigration Bud Dallmans vocation was but hes best known nowadays as an outstanding swimming Bennie Bock is an attorney and and a former Les who with Bob Dingeldein is a spark plug for the Seniors Center of Comal is a retired government Dingeldein one of New Braunfels best known residents because hes involved in so many once was a key personnel man for the Air And Tim a red headed guy who attends just about every is the organist and choir director at Lukes Episcopal Church in San Hill Carbock is a surgeon and Don Bedford is a Bern Wills is an accountant with Westpoint Its just a really neat cross section of Keith said of the group over lunch one day last Keith himself started the breakfast group about seven years We had no idea how many to expect that first he so we there were 12 so lets set 12 We did and thats exactly how many Its the fellowship thats so Keith And this is a group that really cares for one Dell had surgery on his hand not long ago and Ed was right on top of They watch out for each They just really care about each They And the preachers Thats David Sullens is editor and publisher of the New Braunfels YELBN 51MIT5TARTI Emotions Grandfather wannabe practices for the event with childrens books Times swift passage having transformed the father of the bride to a I now eagerly anticipate becoming a Although Wende insists that the grandfather opportunity lies more than a half decade I prepare I have been practicing my grandfather lookin the mirror warm a whimisical Ive been acting as if Im wise above No lets get the job done Instead the philosophy lets settle down and things will work After nothing is earth Ive also purchased a 10volume collectors edition of childrens stories from Easton These leather ribbon illustrated by the traditional artists of childrens literature Pyle sit handsomely on the mantel Unsatisfied to let these classics reside beautifully above the blazing fire at winters Ive been practicing reading them After fastpaced TV demands reading to compete for my grandchildrens eyes and So every as Vicki quilts in front of the I read to In perusing these ideas regarding them John Ingram have rendered me verbose and for thetime without grandchildren to share my I convey them to fortunate Childrens stories attempt to give form to the world and meaning to human The heroes and heroins of childrens stories resist sundry temptations to perform noble From these children gain an extremely important insight that selfrespect resides independent of external such as physical or and becomes manifest from integrity and valor in pursuing great Classics reassure children that good conquers A of is far more meaningful than philosophical pontifications which reminds me Once upon a time there was a grandfathertobe who sat and read stories He read and read until his beard became so long that it reached the From all around children came to marvel at the beard of the The man wished with all his heart that he had a grandchild of his but he loved these children So he read and read and soon the children went into a deep swoon becoming enchanted by these stories that encouraged them to lead a heroic When the children were deep in reverie and the grandfather concentrating hard to get inflection a wartnosed who hated goodness only more than she hated crept upon scissors in to cut off the enchanted Just as she was to snip a Walker is Medical Director for Professional and Community Education at Laurel Ridge Hospital in San Medical Director for Laurel Ridge Day 1reatmeni Center in New and maintains a private psychiatric practice and conducts seminars and lectures throughout the   

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