New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 6, 1994, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 06, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 6, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Obituaries William ‘BNP Grossman William ‘Bill’ Grossman, age 84, of New Braunfels, died Saturday, Nov. 5,1994. He was bom Sept. 6,1910 in Gonzales County to Laddie Grossman and Mary Grossman. He married Lillie Lubyinesky on Nov. 22, 1937 in Gonzales County. He was a retired machinist for Casper Wire Works. He was a member of the St. Paul Lutheran Church and had lived in New Braunfels the past 18 years. He is survived by his wife Lillie M. Grossman of New Braunfels; Daughter and son-in-law Doris and Paul Schcurig of New Braunfels; Sisters Louise Polasek of Shiner, Hattie Hobizal of Wharton, and Lillie Richey of Corpus Christi and Adela Marek of Kansas; Brothers Milton Grossman of Yoakum and Eddie Grossman of Shiner; Grandsons Kyle Scheurig and his wife Elizabeth and Randy Scheurig; three great-grandchildren, Douglas, Kristina and Austen Schcurig. Funeral services are Monday, Nov. 7 at 2 p.m. at the Zoellcr Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Ron Walter officiating. Interment to follow in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Visitation begins after 3 p.m. Sunday and continues until service time Monday. Seminar to examine investing from a biblical perspective The Shepherd Shoppe will be sponsoring two Money Management courses from a biblical perspective at the local Chamber of Commerce Honors Hall. The sessions will be Tuesdays, Nov. 15, 19 and Dec. 6 or Thursdays Nov. 17, Dec. and Dec. 8 from 6:30 p.m. until IO p.m. The course introduces couples and individuals to the key concepts of wise money management. Topics to be covered in the three sessions include: Lessons on God’s economy, The Faithfuls’ starting place, a Christian’s four basic uses for money, the problem with debt, Reallocating your income, nine reasons Christians fail financially, compound interest, the effects of inflation, importance of cash reserves, your personal financial plan, college funding for your children, saving for retirement, risk management, estate planning, carrying out the Lord’s work and creating a budget God’s way. Unlike any other courses on biblical money management that discuss mostly how you arc presently spending your money, this course uses the Parable of the Talents (Matthew 25:14-30) as its guideline The course will also teach about different types of investments and how to select those that arc appropnatc for your financial situation One of the goals of the course is to teach you how to get the maximum return from your money so you can be a better steward of what God has given you. No matter how much money you have or cam, the pnncipals of financial planning taught in this course apply to everyone. The knowledge gained will benefit you, your family, your church and other Christian organizations for years to come The cost is to attend is $49 in advance, S69 at the door, per couple or individual and includes all materials To accommodate busy lifestyles, attendees will be given the option to alternate attendance of the three sessions by attending one session on a Tuesday and another session on a Thursday the next week or vice/versa to suit their schedules. To register by phone call the instructor of the course direct at 620-6986 and/or mail check payable to The Shepherd Shoppe to: Biblical Money Management, P.O. Box 310821, New Braunfels, Texas 78131. 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ELMORE, M.D. & MARY E. GELDERNICK, M.D. Practice limited to Obstetrics, Gynecology and Infertility NOW ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS 625-0474 593 N. UNION, SUITE C NEW BRAUNFELS kkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk * k t'S? * 629-3311 ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ * ★ ★ LANDA STATION S y~| RESTAURANT A PAK v OPEN SUNDAY 12 NOON New Menu ///// ut fiji IIH/ ( >hej \ nj al J\idlet' jrain ( na hind <’u/    un/ Specialties "Angus Beef & Chicken Dishes” "At fordable Casual Elegance" CHECK OUT OUR NEW LOOK LIVE ENTERTAINMENT SAI BOP SAVANT I UF S MON I Y I YLLH 111 UBS If Bl I ll NNHIX SAI NOV 12 SIINGHAYS Pallbearers will be Randy Scheurig, Kyle Scheurig, Steven Wendel, Dennis Wendel, Roger Wendel and Tommy Scheurig. 'ler-xt Talk jL—sfus FUNERAL HOME Roy E. West Roy E. West, age 69 years, died Saturday, Nov. 5, 1994 at his residence. He was bom Oct. 28, 1925 in Kalamazoo, Michigan to James E. West and Edith West. He joined the Navy in 1942. He served proudly aboard the U.S.S. fyonterrey. He moved to Texas in 1946. He retired after 36 years of dedicated service from Southwestern Bell Telephone Co. He was an engineer for most of his 36 years of service. Mr. West is survived by his two sons, Glenn West and Irving West of New Braunfels. Also a sister, Edith Rodgers and a brother, James West of San Antonio. Funeral services will be held at IO a.m. Monday at Zoeller Funeral Home. Burial will be in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Memorials may be given to Hospice New Braunfels. 7<%lh FUNERAL HOME Local News, Local News, Local News The Herald-Zeltung & 3* ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ™e warm* SHpW -fc Saturday, November 12 ART • CRAFTS • ANTIQUES SHOW AND SALE IO am to 5 pm • Art & Craft Demonstrations Free Admission & Parking • Door Prizes Gary Blue Lite Drill Team - Performance at 10:00 am UVE MUSIC ALL DAY 6 Miles Southeast of San Marcos on Hwy SO; For Info. Call (S12) 357-2193 TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS AND PARTIES: Lafarge Concrete has .made application with the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission for Air Quality Permit No. 24470 to construct a Concrete Batch Plant in New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas. The location of the proposed facility is Farm-To-Market Road 482 and Kruegar Lane. Additional information concerning this application is contained in the public notice section of this newspaper. The notice is to be published on 11/4/94 and 11/6/94. Comal Flower Shop on the Plaza « presents its One and Only Christmas Sale In Appreciation of our Good Friends and Customers Holiday Shopping... 10% OFF with this card Refreshments • Door Prizes • 1995 Calendars Sunday, November 13, 1994 Noon until 5:00 pm 337 Main Plaza • New Braunfels, Texas 210 • 625 • 7575 Haggar® Wrinkle-free® dress pants Sale 29.99 Reg. 38.00 Because you work enough at the office ... our Haggar* wrinkle-free dress pants of machine washable polyester/wool make it easy to dress for success - with little or no ironing. Navy, black and gray in sizes 32-42. Men’s Dress Clothing. STATEMENT OF JANE ABBOTT CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY TREASURER My goal as County Treasurer will be to abolish the office of County Treasurer through the legislature of Texas. Until that goal is accomplished, however, I intend to streamline the office as efficiently as possible to simplify the transition of the office into that of Auditor’s Realm. The Treasurer's Office, and staff of two (2) persons, are no longer needed or justified as a taxpayer expense in the County Budget. (A) 1994 Tax Dollars    *78,257.00 (B) 1995 Tax Dollars    ‘89,441.00 Commissioners Court removed their oversight of this office by vote and assigned a co-joined procedure with the County Auditor's office. The County Auditor is under the oversight of three elected District Judges. The Treasurer’s Office has already been abolished in other counties in Texas as being unnecessary. My pledge to the taxpayers of Comal County is "If elected, I will work towards the goal to abolish the office of Comal County Treasurer." Paid for by Wallace M. Greene P.O.Box 1501 Canyon Lake. Texas 78130 BEALLS TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE A A' A A AiAA^ir*wA aAaaaaAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAa Lois Duggan Commissioner Precinct 4 CANDIDATE WHO DO YOU TRUST? Does the County intend to impose a 1/2 cent tax??? Fact: On October 20, 1994, in a public meeting MR. SCHWAB stated such a tax would be required for HIS COUNTY HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION PROGRAM TO GO FORWARD. Did the County desire to impose a tax of "up to 5c per SIM valuation" to CREATE A WATER SUPPLY AND WATER CONSERVATION DISTRICT??? Fact: MR. SCHWAB by signature, to Petition and Court Resolution, supported such tax where NO I 1 2 3 4 s 14 17 “ 20 24 ll (ENEFITS could or would be "beneficial” to &XPAYERS in PRECINCT 4 - not over the Edwards Aquifer. Is Commissioners Court EXCLUSIVE??? Fact: MR. SCHWAB in the Voters Guide stated his goal was to make the Court INCLUSIVE. WHATEVER HAPPENED To "Come Let Us Reason Together"777 Paid for by Wallace M. Greene P.O.Box 1501 Canyon Lake. 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