New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 2, 1995, Page 5

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 2, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas *Herald-Zeitung a Wednesday, August 2,1995 □ *5* I ETTERS St. Jude's Ranch for Children will remember kindness Dear Editor, The residents, staff and board of directors of St. Jude’s Ranch for Children wish to thank the community for your prayers, food, flowers, and support on the tragic loss of David Robert Cooke and Shayna Michelle Bryan. Special thanks to the Texas Department of Public Safety; Comal County Sheriffs Office; St. John’s Episcopal Church and ECW; St. Francis By the Lake Episcopal Church; St. Thomas Episcopal Church of San Antonio; Church of Resurrection—San Antonio; Frs. Alan Conklin, Chuck Woehler, Paul Worley; Fr. Lloyd Rupp of St. Jude’s—Boulder City, Nevada; Ed Langham of St John’s; Christ Presbyterian Church; Erie and Renee Couch; Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hamilton; Bill Hamilton; Tad and Suzanne Hamilton; Monty Hamilton; Gail Hogan; and to everyone who blessed us with your love and concern. We will remember always your kindness to us. Marilyn Seay Shelby, Director/Bulverde campus What a bunch of worthless numbers Gentlemen, The Sunday, July 30, 1995 edition of the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, published “The winning numbers, Lotto Texas,” (no date), to be “4,9,27, 31, 33,45 - est $10 million jackpot-Tcxas Lottery.” Right away I was suspicious. I decided to consult the San Antonio Express News (sic) to confirm my winning numbers. On page 2 A of the Sunday, July 30, 1995 edition of the San Antonio Express-News, it advised, “Saturday’s winning numbers, Jackpot $45 million, 1-9-14-18-24-46” and it went on to advise, “For information, call 1-800-375-6886.” A very nice recorded femme (sic) voice advised me I was listening to the Texas Lottery Commission and stated their business hours, but suggested if I wanted information about lottery results, I should telephone the number printed on my lottery ticket. I decided I might as well waste 28 cents and try that. The ticket has printed near the top, the following message. “Results, 1-900-988-0889, 28 cents a min - $2 max, est Lotto jackpot $45 mil.” I tried calling that number TWICE and each time was advised by the recorded Southwestern Bell operator that they could not complete my call as dialed. (Actually I pushed buttons and didn’t dial.) Did you ever hear of so many worthless numbers? Oh well, just think, if we didn’t have a “small town newspaper that makes lots of mistakes,” what would we have to talk about at church Sunday morning after reading the paper? Just think of the poor out-of-town visiting “toober” who picked up the Sunday Herald-Zeitung and discovered (erroneously), that she’d won 45 million dollars! Best regards, Jim Stover New Braunfels (Editor’s Note: The Herald-Zeitung printed the correct lottery numbers in the Tuesday edition. We regret the error and any confusion it caused. The mistake occurred because of a bug that had not been identified before in new computer equipment purchased to allow us to print color photographs. Page I is produced on one computer. The page is then put on a computer disc and taken to a second computer where the photographs are scanned in and the page is printed out as a negative. Unfortunately, we did not realize that the two computers had incompatible versions of the software program used to produce the page (Quark Xpress). As a result, when the correct lottery numbers were added to the page at the second computer, they did not print out, even though they appeared on the computer screen. The Herald-Zeitung has taken steps to ensure that the problem does not occur again.) Construction on river prompts question Dear Editor, My wife and I are retired so we like to tube the Comal River during the week to escape the weekend crowds. We are always saddened by trash along the river. On this Thursday, we saw a new horror on the river. About a block after passing under the Garden Street bridge, we saw a condominium adding to their property by filling in part of OUR Comal River. There was an area jutting out into the river about 20 feet encased with a cement foundation and a man with a Bobcat was dumping in gravel into the river. They must have had a city permit to do this work, but how can they take public property? The river is navigable, so the owner’s property ends at the riverbank—not the center of the river. The key to this situation is “navigable,” which OUR river is, and thus the landowner becomes an owner of “riparian land” and his property ends at the bank and he cannot fill in public water and then claim it as his. I would like to know why a building permit was granted for this. Jerry White Dr. Cecilia Soto Announces the opening of her medical practice specializing in Internal Medicine at 1305 Wonder World Dr. Suite 206. (Central Texas Wellness Center, San Marcos) New Patients Welcome (512) 754-7737 Alzheimer’s Support Grouty, presents Plain Craige, l.m.s.w.-a.c.p. on “Dementia and Grief at The Colonial Manor Care Center 821 U.S. Hwy. 81 West New Braunfels, Tx. Call for Information 210-625-7526 Meeting every First Thursday at 6 p.m. ffityra Texas Youth Rodeo Assoc State Year-End Finals GUADALUPE COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS COVERED RODEO ARENA SEGUIN, TEXAS August 1st thru Sth Performances Nightly 7:00 p.m. 22 Exciting Events Adults $4.00 - Children $2.00 (10 & Under) 6 & Under Free Advance Sales Only - Weekly Passes Adults $15.00 - Children $5.00 Youth from All Over Texas from 5-18 years of age participating. Seguin St_ Cancun ResL McQueeney Rd Graruin's Meal Market Tfleat 'TJtan&et Loin & Rib Cut Pork Chops Open Monday - Saturday 8:30 - 6:00 p.m. Boneless Skinless Butterfly ^Chicken isL Breast 1644 McQueeney New Braunfels 210-625-3510 Boneless Ribeyes $379 . ijr MARKET MADE Luncheon Meats Salami Bier Sausage Ham Sausage Market Franks less than 5 5 lbs or more Coke, Diet Coke, 6-12oz.| Sprite, Dr. Pepper, cans A & W, Sunkist $139 ib $129ib Schaefer & Schaefer Light tpk. 12oz! Cans Boneless Catfish Fillets $309ib FRESH PRODUCE Green Leaf Lettuce 59c ea Yellow Onions 4 lb./$1.00 Cabbage 3 lb./ 99c California Peaches 69C lb. Marinade Beef Fajitas $C99 MARKET MADE Beef Jerky Dry Sausage Head Cheese Blood Sausage BEST BEEF PRICES Frozen. 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At First State Bank, you can get the personal attention you deserve. Why? Because we’re your independent New Braunfels bank. First State Bank represents a whole new style and a new attitude in local banking. More personal. More direct. More understanding. We’re located in the heart of New Braunfels, on Main Plaza in the historic downtown area. Throughout this century New Braunfels citizens have done their banking on Main Plaza, and First State Bank is proud to carry on the tradition. So, make the change for more personal, hometown banking. Start an account with us. Get to know Barry Williams, Jim Scheele, Linda Boessling, and all the rest of us at First State Bank. Independent. Personal. Local. First State Bank, New Braunfels. FIRST STATE BANK Locally growing... in the heart of New Braunfels. 401 Main Plaza. New Braunfels, TX 78130    608-0233 Motor Bank Entrance off North Seguin Avenue Member FDIC Equal Housing LenderSpecials Good Aug. 2 - Aug. 8, While Market Items Last ;

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