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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 13, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday January Serving Comal Home of Becky Voges 410 177 S fl W E S T III r R 0 P11 ft I s N f YANDfL MR II PARC TX Sunday 75 cents INI iiiim i ll Cedar poses biggest problem for allergy sufferers this time of year By Gary Carroll Staff Writer If youve noticed yourself sniffing and sneezing a little more it could be the changing weather patterns or it could be According to Frank an allergist in New cedar is the dominant allergen currently floating around in the New Braunfels Although the impending season change from winter to spring will see an increased amount of several different allergycausing agents in the including Arizona the Health Beat main culprit is The reason why cedar is such a and the problems associated with it are so hard to control in this is because there is so much of Hampel Each night on television stations news meteorologists show viewers a number regarding the amounts of allergens in the That number represents the amounts per cubic meter of allergens that are in the Just recently we had a reading of Hampel He said that peak on a bad arc usually around so a reading of was extremely and something he had never seen Even if the levels are say 500 to people can still react to the Hampel There are some preventative measures people can take to reduce their chances of exposure to theses allergens Keep your house windows closed Keep your car windows rolled up Change air filters in your house regularly Avoid going outside on days with high allergen concentrations A variety of treatments exist for and everything from overthecounter amihistamines and nasal sprays arc possible solutions to the but some people with more serious allergic reactions may need according to As with all its always good to consult with a Dorinda Lynne of New Braunfels was killed early this morning when she lost control of her 1979 Chevy El The car was southbound on Interstate 35 when it struck the went off the bridge and landed on a concrete embankment adjacent to Spur 3 around this Kriewaldt was pronounced dead at This is New Braunfels first fatal automobile accident in Photo by John Huseth Hannover awarded Medal for Heroism Savior of four children from river honored by local chapter By Gary Carroll Staff Writer Almost one year has passed since a car traveling down River Road in New Braunfels went off the road and into the Comal trapping four children The car was about twenty feet from the bank when New Braunfels resident Bobby Hannover saw some adults emerge from the water and assumed all was well until one woman began My babies My babies My first thought was just to get ern out of Hannover I sure I was just about as blank as you can but I knew they were in trouble and there was nobody else to help Monday Hannover was honored by New Braunfels William Hightower and the Chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution with its Medal for Our chapter is very proud to present Bobby Hannover with our Sons of the American Revolution hero said Charles chapter The children were saved by Bobbys peace of In March of Hannover leapt into the cold water and began to pull Charles chapter president ot the Sons of the American presents the Medal for Heroism to Bobby the children from the car and administer mouthtomouth resuscitation as he took them The last child he pulled from the a little girl named was the worst off in fact Hannover thought she was But he stayed with working desperately to resuscitate her until finally she began Project TAP to kickoff 19 The Retired Senior Volunteer Program is sponsoring Project TAP Therapeutic Activity Program in New The goal of the project is to match volunteers with nursing home residents who have been identified as suffering from memory loss or The volunteers will provide support in the form of regular visits which will give the residents friends who will listen to them and provide conversational The volunteers may be asked to read to take them on and generally provide a social contact based on Although sponsored by the Retired Senior Volunteer participants are not limited to Those interested in the project may call Iris Bowden at The first meeting of the TAP Project iwill be held at Colonial Manor Nursing Center at 10 on January Volunteers arc sought to participate in TAP projects at Oak Eden Home and Kirk wood Manor as well as Colonial Manor Nursing Chapa pleads no contest to assault By ROSE MARIE EASH Staff Writer Ramon formerly Mayor Pro Tern of New pled no contest yesterday to assault Chapa was charged with Class A assault last June stemming from an altercation with a San Antonio woman who claimed he had beat her after a verbal Class A assault carries a penalty of up to in fines and one year in Chapa was fined S151 in court costs and restitution to be His sentence included a 180 day jail term which was He was placed on Unfortunately the pattern of the court system seems to be a slap on the said Cindy executive director of the Comal County Womens U sends a message to the men that theres no real penalty for their It indicates to the women that the courts dont really Stauffer said the time served at the point of arrest until bond is made is usually all thats Giving some credit to the court system she said as a pattern is shown the penalty does get more After three sentencing events the charge is escalated to a Theres no way that you can stop assault and abuse of women with a slap on the Stauffer opposition dig solidify their positions By ROSE MARIE EASH Staff Writer After several meetings the Water Oriented Recreation and those opposed to it appear to have solidified their I fail to sec a reason why we need at said Ed a Canyon Lake All it takes is three commissioners and were done with mis Were fortunate that the bill is written so we can get rid of it Nolan is part of a contingent that proposes the dissolution of because they say the district has been ineffective and is taking on authority not intended the founding board members say a lawsuit filed by outfitters on the Guadalupe River stymied the district for months since they were unable to do anything on the advice of a lawyer pending the outcome of the That issue has been resolved and the board is now proposing changes to legislation which they say will enable them to be more has revised some of their proposals at the suggestion of some citizens who attended public See Page 7A Locally produced cookbook now available at the HeraldZeitung The most recent addition to the list of books available at the Hcrald Zeitung offices is a locally produced Produced by the New Braunfels Business and Professional Womens the cookbook sells for Recipes in the book 160 pages of them arc local and profit from sales of the according to Cheryl who is the clubs recording secretary as well as the newspapers general help fund the clubs charitable including the annual awarding of scholarships to three local young Some of the New Bruunfels area residents who contributed recipes to the cookbook include Cash Dorothy Jayne Terry Deborah Lee Virginia Edna Zella Mary Jo Huff and Willie according to The HeraldZeitung also carries books by local author and psychiatrist John Ingram Those books include not only a number of selfhelp but also Walkers widely respected Winning which is built on Walkers acquaintance with Jim the only Texas high school coach to win four slate championships at three different Of Winning one reviewer result was a good story coupled with professional insight into the psychology of Index Stammtisch 2 20 Pages EDUCATION ENTERTAINMENT FOOD LOOKING WATER Best wishes The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung sends Birthday wishes to Darla Mike Paul Michael Sanchez and Terissia Belated Birthday wishes to Ellen Barsch and Margarita Quilt Guild New Braunfels Quilt Guild will hold its monthly meeting 16 at at the New Brauirfcls Christian Chyrch on Loop Judy Bobbil from Antonio will be the Anyone interested in quilting is Call 625 TOPS meets on Thursday Take Off Pounds will now meet every Thursday at at the Garza Classroom across from McKcnna Memorial Everyone is For more call 6258860 or 438 2657 in Wildlife viewing guide Park has been designated as one of the many spectacular wildlife viewing areas in Texas by the National Watchablc Wildlife The City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department invites you to discover and enjoy its incredible Texas Wildlife Viewing Guide is now available at a discounted rate of at the Landa Park This guide describes 142 premier wildlife viewing locations in and it will help the reader see wildlife at these For more call 629 PARK or come by the parks New Years Psychic Fair The Inner Peace Movement will host a New Years Psychic Fair with predictions for the New Year from 1 5 and from 1 4 at the El Jardin Real Conference 1346 Hucco Springs Loop There will be fun and The admission fee includes three For more call 6254361 or Friends for Rivers Friends for Rivers will meet at 7 ui Victoria Bank and to discuss plans for Suggested topics include the Guadulupc River problems and the Texas Watcti Everyone is encouraged to intend and become Call For Home Delivery Gall 6259144
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