New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 19, 1993, Page 2

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung March 19, 1993

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 19, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas LACKS Wall-to-Wall Sweep-Out Prices! •299" •349" 9 HERALO-ZE3TUNG FRIDAY, MARCH IO. 1999 Pass the spinach, skip heart disease Aaaottlatid PNM SANTA FE, NM—Scientists have offered still more evidence that your mother was on to something when she told you to eat your vegetables. A stuffy shows women who ate plenty of spinach, carrots and other fruits and vegetables high in certain vitamins cut their stroke risk by 54 percent Another study reported Thursday found that men with similar diets were 30 percent less likely to die of heart disease. Hie findings—outlined at an American Heart Association epidemiology meeting— are the latest in a growing body of statistical evidence that has dwwn the benefits of the so-called antioxidant vitamins: vitamin C, vitamin E and beta-carotene, a relative of vitamin A Researchers now plan to see if vitamin tablets can provide similar benefits. “The evidence is really mounting that antioxidants really protect against cardiovascular events," such as heart attacks and strokes, said Dr. Joann Manson of Harvard und especially strong benefits of spinach and carrots, both potent sources of antioxidants. Inman: Water events to have minimal impact on area By ROSE MARIE EASH Herald-Zeltung The Olympic Festival events to be held in Comal County will have a minimal impact on the community with virtually no costs to the county, Water Oriented Recreation District Officials said Thursday. "Most of this festival is taking place in San Antonio,” WORD manager James H. Inman said during a commissioners court workshop. "The events out here are ... more modestly sized. They're trying to create as low an impact on the area as|>088ible,” he said. “They're being very considerate of the outfitters and the local businesses both on the lake and at the river so as not to interrupt their businesses,” Inman said. The festival is scheduled to begin July 23 and the events at Canyon Lake are scheduled for July 25-28 and July 30-31. The Guadalupe River Whitewater events will be held July 29. During the workshop, Judge Carter Casteel said that the first Canyon Lake water study group meeting will be held at 9 a.m. March 20 at the Canyon Lake Action Center. In regular session, Comal County Commissioners appointed James Hanley of Bulvivde'to replace Constable Bo Boff who resigned last week. The court also approved a resolution opposing the fourth degree felony proposal being considered by state legislators. In other business the court: * Accepted $1,941.74 from Bexar Metro 9-1-1 for computer hardware and software purchase for the Emergency Management Plan. • Approved a proclamation naming March 21-27 Inhalant Awareness Week. Prominent women endorse Krueger for Senate Aeeodsted Press ‘AUSTIN — Democratic U.S. Sen. Bob Krueger’s wife, Kathleen, and other supporters have formed a women's steering committee for his election campaign. Mrs. Krueger said Thursday that Texas women have a ‘strong advocate” in her husband. "Not only is Bob committed to Texas women and their families, he's already proved himself a leader in the U.S. Senate for us,” she said, citing anti-stalking legislation filed fay her husband since his appointment to the Senate by .Gov. Ann Richards. Krueger is sponsoring the federal measure after his family was stalked for years by a former employee. The Kruegers also have supported similar legislation at the state level. Krueger, who took the Senate spot left when Lloyd Bentsen became U.S. Treasury secretary, faces a tough fight to keep the post in the May I special election. About a dozen other candidates already have said they're running. Women supporting him plan to take out newspaper advertisements, host campaign events and speak out about the candidates* records. Among those listed on the 200-member steering committee are former first lady Lady Bird Johnson; Sarah Weddington, who argued the Roe vs. Wade case establishing the right to abortion; Lis Carpenter, former press secretary to Mrs. Johnson; Peggy Romberg, a longtime advocate for reproductive health care and for the right to choose abortion; former Tues secretary of state Ntyra McDaniel; and several state lawmakers. The campaign also released a list of such "women's issues” as the right to abortion; lifting the "gag rule” prohibiting doctors in federally fonded clinics from giving abortion information; Head Start and child immunization programs; child care; and a measure to provide unpaid leave in cases of seriously ill family members or newborn children. Krueger supports all the issues, and his campaign contrasted his record with three top GOP candidates: U.S. Reps. Joe Barton of Ennis and Jack Fields of Humble, and Texas state treasurer Kay Bailey Hutchison. The Krueger campaign said Fields and Barton opposed all the issues, and Mrs. Hutchison opposed most. It put question marks beside the gag nile and Head Start-child-hood immunisation categories for Mrs. Hutchison. "A woman who does not support women's issues is no friend to women,” said Rep. Debra Dan-burg; D-Houston, a Krueger supporter. Spring., limo to chon A sendee tht roomer contUlon^ Whirlpool and Fodder* Factory Authorized Service Crown Company of Canyon Lake (210)899-3737 1-600-962-8268 Catchie, Catchie, now your SO. KUIe Obituaries Clgo James Holubec Ciao James Holubec, 62, of New Braunfels, a La Grange native (fled unmgmChdfy Tuesday, March 16 in Funeral services will be held today. March 19, at 2 p.m. al the Keonig-Peel Funeral Home Ctapel Vifih Rev. tfegr. Harry MazurMawfcz oWtotoltoQ. Burial wi bt to fit La Grange City Cemetary. Mr. Holubec was bom April 15, •1930 in La Grange, tba son of JuNut Alex and Sophia (Trticck) Hotubac. Ha graduated from La Granga High School in 1947 and born tie UnMenly of Texas in 1951 wkh a BBA degree. Ciao served in the United States Ak Force from 1952-1955. He married Louise Clegg of Houston Od. 12,1954 in the Anchorage Alaska Air Force Baas Chaos!, natumino to Bellaire. ha was employed by Union OH of Collomia (UNOCAL) for over 30 years aa an accountant. Ha toothed Na 30 year service watch al a special ceremony for UNOCAL employees in Long Beach, it rn m r —» - o anomia. • Ha Joined tha charier chapter of the American Legion, Southwest Houston in 1991 before moving to New Braunfels. After early retirement In 1966, he participated in Mrs. Hokibec s activities in the National Society United States Daughters of 1812. He was very Involved in the USD 1812 Grave Location Committee and was presented a oerdicale of award at the IBIS AeaodaHon Cound in April, 1991, naming him “Daring Husbander* foe Unled States. He became chairman of the Darling Hueband Cornmuse in the 1992 Centennial year, which worked toward tot acquisition of the bulbing next lo tie USD 1812 headquarters in Washington, D.C. Ha aurvfced by Na wife, Louisa Holubec of New Braunfels; one daughter, Am L Kuechman and Husband Bi of Garland; two sons Hobart C. and Na wit Kathy and Paul James and Na wle Margaret, ii of Austin; three grandcNtorsn, brandon Holubec, Ambar Holubec And Jormy Kuechman; hie mother, Sophia Hotobec. and a brother and gtotar-toJaw, J.C. and Bernoo Holubec,    of LaGrange. He was pre ceded to dsato by Na fdher and Na father-in-law and mother-in-law, Roy and Minnie Clam H* may bi ramaterad w9i gW> toto N8U601812 Hmm AquU-fen Fund, Urn-A.W.RMMT. Tim- Mktone ARS HrMiwnrl Mi— — —    — ester, pie nnswooQ mace, coon, MjC. 27388. j OSwrZRtortch FunmlmngMiMtoartpand-OMppMMhmUt Funeral rn Calyon Leo tar Olm «to toad to tan Antonio Qflpi WbWi on aga af 71. af Clara "Dollla” Riley Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Homa at Canyon Lake for Clara "Done" Riley of Canyon Lake, who (fled at North Central Baptist Hospital in San Antonio,’on Thursday at the age of 60. Robert “Bob" Moffett Services for Robert "Bob" Moffett, 74, of La Grange, wW be today at 3:00 p.m. Second Baptist Church, in La Grange, with Rev. EWS McKinzie officiating. Burial wi bs at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Cemetery. Memorials may be given to Second Baptist CHurch Bolding Fund to La Grange. Mr. Moffett (fled March 17,1993 in May, Texas. He was bom March 28,1918, to Robert Wesley md Moly Lee (Cole) Moffett. He married Thelma Grannies on July 1, 1939, to New Braunfels. A retired Civil engineer for Texas I Ighway Department, Mr. Moffett is a graduate of University of Texas, and waa a member of PHI Beta Kappa. He served in the U.S. Airforce during World Ww ll. Survivors are: wife, Thelma Moffett of La Grange; 2 sons Waler Moffett and wife Judy of Brenham and Richard Moffett of Austin; 2 daughters. Emily Keith and husband Dale of Bandera and Kathy Curiae and husband Afceri of San Antonio; 15 grandcNtoren, 9 great grandchild and I sister, Elsie Soe-fje of Seguin. Sergeant Mentor lei Funeral Home Hazel Anderson Funeral arrangemlne are psrxflng at Zoeler Funeral Home for Hazel Anderson of New Braunfels. She (fled Thursday at McKenna Memorial at the age of 86. to* BrunNde Kowald Services tor Brunldo Kowald, 96, of Ntw Braunfels, wM be 3:00 p.m. Saturday at Zbeler Funsra! Horns. Burial wi be af Comal Cemetery. Mra. Kowald blad March 18, 1993, al Oak Creal Inn. Sh# waa bom April 14,1696 to Barbaroaaa, Taxaa, to Friedrich and Elal# (Scholar) I senses. She married Herman C. Kowald (deceased 1964) on January 18,1922, in New Braunfels. A resident of this oounty for 60 years Mrs. Kowald was a house-wife and a member of Unly School of Christianity. Survivors are: daughter, Mrs. Donne Kfeigemann of KenvMs and Mrs. Nshfto Filcher and Leland of wwww w * » * V9 w mw w    asp*    wot    mm    ■mmpaaw me m UaAJa Celb* ——I t■ ■■■ ■ n AUa^aa fWOB * Vif sons MSfmsn vnSIM Kowald, Jr. of Now Braunfels and Kenneth G. Kowald and Ann of Florida; 9 grandhftdmn and 10 groat Craig Kowald, Cash Kowald and Galen Fischer. Memorials may be made to the charity of ona's choice. Zoeler Funeral Home Classified Ads TWO DOORS DOWN Antiques and Gifts LAST TWO DAYS! 50% OFF SALE* We're leaving our little house at 362 N. Seguin. We'd rather sell it than move itl Shop Saturday 10am - 5:30pm and Sunday 1pm - 5:00pm Last chance to SAVE 50% on gift items! (* Discounts vary on antique, horns Intsrtors & consignments.) 362 N. Seguin New Braunfels, Texas 78130 (210) 625-3826 •Piease Come Welti    * Programming VCR Hot Mat 30” Electric Rang* rogramming, 4-hcad    IMMaWBW    Features standard HQ, English/Spanish programming, 4-head double azimuth video system. VR2410 oven interior, black glass oven door, and more. Ref. $ (80.99 76 IWO Reg. 1)69.99 k 72-1910 Cleanup ine Mat Prices M Ow the J Store! y jwper • Oak finish, oak laminate    WO    My table top and 6 high-back chairs with brown vinyl padded seats. Reg. $799.99 m 170-0 . . «>>•« i z '    r~- r'r w1 1    I I 4 FFf S ' •299" “Wood end Color** bv Loo Includes green, red. white, black or TOSHIBA Includes green, red, white, black or wood tone panels. Pieces have (ami nate tops and wood pulls. 86 18 Steno Color Cm    HJVwrf I it it eking# Ti Cetof MMtS tk after greet flexibility kids iri ISMS Pesterers are: Barfy Kowald, Brett Kowald, Bi J. Kitogemann, Chria Kowald, Bob C. Kowald, Qualified customers can purchase any toms in slock with 0% intsrsst tor 12 moNho. AM inlsrtost chargee wto bs deducted on any length contract t contract is paid ac sgrssd and balance is paid in Mon or bates 12 months from dais of purchase. A minimum purchase at 1999 and a minimum down payment or $78 ara required. Ofter doss not apply to previous purchases, OMsr is good from March 2.1993 to Mon* 31, (993. Lack's of New Braunfels 971W. San Antonio 625-7324 ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: March 19, 1993

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