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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 13, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 4 Friday Jan Opinion To talk with Managing Editor Mark Lyon about the Opinion page call ext 21 I ik B H Opinion Reading is important read between the lines Dont swallow Gwendolyn Brooks poet C 1975 Battling earns Glass Hammer Award EDITORIALS Kudos HeraldZeitung salutes those who make the world better Kudos a weekly feature of the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung is intended to highlight the good news of our communi ty It is an effort to recognize the good things peo ple do for one another Every week in this space we will highlight and give praise to those who have been honored or have made significant con tributions You can be part of this If you know someone deserving recognition call Mark Lyon at 625 9144 Also you can submit your Kudos in writ ing to Kudos New Braunfels HeraldZeitung 707 Landa New Braunfels Texas 78130 This weeks Kudos The Canyon High School Drill Team Aristocats who qualified last summer to com pete on a national level The contest will be staged at Sea World in Orlando Florida next month The drill team is directed by Allyson Siddons The New Braunfels Art League which is cel ebrating their 30th Anniversary this year The league has remained a positive outlet for local artists each year and is home to some of the finest local works to be found To Justices of the Peace Doc Blanchard and Harold Krueger for their combined 47 years of service to the county Both have now retired Write us The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung welcomes letters on any public issue The editor reserves the right to correct spelling style punctua tion and known factual errors Letters should be kept to 250 words We publish only original mail addressed to The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung bearing the writers signature Also an address and a telephone number which are not for publication must be included Please cite the page number and date of any article that is mentioned Preference is given to writers who have not been published in the previous 30 days Mail letters to Letters to the Editor The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Drawer 311328 New Braunfels Texas 781311328 Fax 210 6251224 New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Editor and Sullens General DuVall Managing Lyon Advertising Davis Circulation Ann Avery Pressroom Brandt Classified Reininger City Croteau Published on Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Brwrfels HeraidZeitung USPS 377880J 707 Landa Si or Drawer 311328 New Braunfels Coma County Tx 78131 1328 Second class postage paid by the New Braun fels HeraldZtilung in New Braunfels Texas Carrier delivered in Coma and Guadalupe counties three months 19 six months one year Citizen Discounts by carrier delivery only six months one year Mail delivery outside Comal County in Texas three months six months one year Mail outside Texas three months six months one year Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by Tuesday through Friday or by am on Sunday may call 210 6259144 by 7 weekdays or by 11 on Sunday Send address changes to the New Bwunfels HeraldZeiiung Draw er 311328 New Braunfels Tx 78131 1328 Marie Dawson The Annual Meeting for the Comal County Senior Citizens Foundation is over So mem bers you now have some new officers and some old officers some new trustees and some old trustees I hope we all do right by you for 1995 The New Year brings with it the hope that the Center will continue to flourish and to serve the needs of the seniors in our community and to be able to intsract with other service orga nizations for the good of all Just to bring you up to date the Foundations eighteen Trustees are Darvin Altenhoff Joe Har bour John Bowers Bruce Boyer Alfred Brueckner Roman Chapa Jim Cooney Marie Dawson John Fahsl Dave Hochanadel Marge Miller Muriel Mooney Loyd Piester Tressie Russell Evelyn Sil vers Kenneth Triesch Clifford Wilson and Ron Zipp The 1995 officers are Marie Dawson President Kenneth Triesch 1st Vice President Muriel Mooney 2nd Vice President Joe Barbour 3rd Vice Presi dent John Fahsl Vice President at Large Marge Miller Secretary and Darvin Altenhoff Treasurer Retiring Board members this year were Mary Lou Broome Glenn Burnside Hortense Hernandez and Edith Winkler Thanks to all of you for your years of service and support to the Senior Center We hope you will continue to volunteer and to be a part of the Senior Center As I have said many times the Board is a working board and each person will be asked to take on pro jects and responsibilities It is the only way our Cen ter will work Committees will be formed during the upcoming year headed by one of the trustee members Some persons from the Foundation membershipatlarge current members will be asked to participate and we hope you will accept It is great to get involved and to learn more about your Center its activities and its services You may volunteer to help in any category you like Building Mainte nance Bingo Thrift Shop Food Ser vices HomeDelivered Meals Wurstfcst Fair Parade Creations Library Finance Ways and Means Expansion Reception Hospitality Van Drivers LongRange Planning and Grant those are just the regulars Many special needs come up every day If you volunteer to help on some of these pro jects you will get in touch and you will meet people In fact you may like it so much that you could be elected to the Board of Trustees in the future Then when you object to some of the procedures and prac tices you can talk it up and vote it out All types of personalities work and fit in at the Cen ter For example there are the Quiet John Fahsl works quietly and behind the scenes and a lot of people dont realize all he is doing He and his wife Elaine work Bingo on Tuesdays They organize coordinate and run the Coed Bridge John volunteers to study and research and this year he organized and promoted participation in the Fair Parade Currently he is researching a plan for pre ventive maintenance and is working on inventories Elaine nd John you are greatly appreciated They go about their work quietly and never complain Another quiet one is Elinor Wells She manages the Club so beautifully and gives so much of her time Other quiet ones who contribute so much to the Centers operation on a regular basis and do not receive enough accolades are Marge Miller Muriel Mooney and Lynn Burr One that is not so quiet but is worth her weight in gold is Emily Rid ing who is currently managing the Thrift Shop Now her counterpart Arlene Scheer who was her comanager is a quiet one but she did volunteer for most everything Unfortunately Arlene has tem porarily retired from volunteerism due to family ill ness Thanks Arlene and hurry back What would we do without these valuable sung and unsung More quiet ones are Kenneth Triesch Darvin Altenhoff Virginia Booth Iris Schlather Goldy Nowotny Feme Hooker and Ann so valuable to us Our esteemed Clifford Wilson is a qui et one And then there is Alfred Brueckner who is somewhere inbetween I think of myself as an in between Correct me if Im wrong Then we have the really loud ones who do so much but make a lot of noise like John Bowers Jean and Jim Cooney Minnie and Al Bickham Dave Hochanadel Frank Wisemann and Bob Big gers As for the staff Gladys Bartling is a quiet one and Irene Ronan is a quiet one but Shirley and Susan and David make up for all that by being pretty noisy Its all a lot of fun Anyway loud or quiet the Center loves you all Just keep on doing whatever you are doing We like it Gladys Bartling receives the Glass Hammer Award for this month She purchased 75 Sesquicentennial aprons and so far only three have been sold They are green and white with the Comal County Senior Cit izens Center logo on them and the slogan Over the Hill and Working Maybe some of you will help her out of her dilemma by purchasing an apron and help the Sesquicentennial committee at the same time She is also standing there with many Sesquicentennial lapel pins Wont some one feel sorry for her Marie Dawson is a guest columnist for the Her aldZeitung writing exclusively for and about the Comal County Senior Citizens Oldtime values resurface on education board By PEGGY FIKAC Associated Press Writer AUSTIN AP Oldtime val ues might get a little more attention after the State Board of Education becomes a panel today says the new GOP chairman I see a little ideological change to the way this country used to said Jack Christie of Houston citing an emphasis on the family honesty and integrity I see a shift a little bit more to those oldtime he said But on the other hand I dont see any extremist Today in history By The Associated Press Today is Friday Jan 13 the 13th day of 1995 There are 352 days left in the year Todays Highlight in History On Jan President Washington approved a measure adding two stars and two stripes to the American flag following the admission of Vermont and Kentucky to the Union On this date In 1864 composer Stephen Foster died in a New York hospital In 1893 Britains Independent Analysis Christie who has served on the board since 1991 was named chair man this week by Republican elect George W Bush Christie took over the boards leadership spot from Carolyn Craw ford of Beaumont a Democrat who remains a board member Of six contested seats on the 15 member board in November three were won by Republicans The new members will be sworn in Thursday tipping the panel 87 in favor of the GOP Labor Party a precursor to the cur rent Labor Party held its first meet ing In 1898 Emile Zolas famous defense of Capt Alfred Dreyfus was published in Paris In 1941 novelist James Joyce died in Zurich In 1962 comedian Ernie Kovacs died in a car crash in west Los Ange les In 1966 Robert C Weaver became the first black Cabinet mem ber when he was appointed secretary of Housing and Urban Development by President Lyndon B Johnson In 1976 Sarah Caldweli became the first woman to conduct at New It will mark the first time the GOP has a majority on the board that helps shape state education policy and decides which textbooks can be pur chased with state money by school districts The change comes after a guberna torial campaign in which Bush promised to promote more local con trol of schools The incoming governor also will replace Education Commissioner Lionel Skip Meno who was named by outgoing Democratic Gov Ann Richards The board will recom mend a candidate to succeed Meno Christie said he anticipates a board focus on how to improve classroom Yorks Metropolitan Opera House as she led the orchestra in a perfor mance of La In 1978 former Vice President Hubert H Humphrey died in Waver ly at age 66 In 1982 an Air Florida 737 taking off in a snowstorm crashed into Washington 14th Street Bridge and fell into the Potomac River killing 78 people In 1989 New York City subway gunman Bernhard H Goelz was sen tenced to one year in prison for pos sessing an unlicensed gun that he used to shoot four youths he said were about to rob him He was freed the following instruction for children which thus improves their test scores which thus allows them to compete in a global But the membership change has caused concern in some quarters fol lowing recent controversies over sex education and a battle in the 1980s over coverage of evolution in text books Rightwing political organiza tions worked actively to elect three sympathetic members in six contest ed said a Wednesday state ment from People for the American Way Action Fund a group that has fought for such issues as teaching evolution Ten years ago In a rare interview on Soviet television Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A Gromyko said planned superpower anus talks would be blown up if the United States violated a commitment to seek an accord on space weapons Five years ago L Douglas Wilder of Virginia became the nations first elected black governor as he took the oath of office in Rich mond One year ago President Clinton held talks in Moscow with Russian President Boris Yeltsin Authorities in Portland arrested Shawn Eckardt a bodyguard for figure skater Tonya Harding   

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