New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 16, 1997, Page 4

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 16, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 16, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 4A3HeWZeejng3Meane9aay. Airt 16. Blo Bilk. »iif wianaarc Esto Midst Bd*c atoacii fie Option ©age, cal 62S-#'’M, t c 220) i • Z' e ? u n g .,-•1    !f Online contact ®To submit letters and guest cecums electronically by way of or r>e services or Internet, or to stcnipty contact staff members, the Herald-Zeitung’s address is [email protected] *etkn bs to ke judged as we are. as obstacles to saMag (he ■atmft pnUw rather than terser Jennings ouimatfcse. r9*§6 Betting on the rise Report shows increase in wagering by teats, adults since lottery introduction The Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse has released a report shoeing that the number of teens betting on the lottery has doubled since 1992. This increase comes despite the fact that it is illegal for anyone under 18 to purchase lottery tickets. In adults, the survey revealed that betting had increased from 49 percent in 1992 (a few months before the lottery began) to 68 percent in 1995. However, 20 percent of those adults gamble only on the lottery, according to the report. Compulsive gambling affects 400,000 adults and nearly 26,000 teens in Texas. It is a serious problem that should be given a great deal of thought As an adult, one is free to make his or her own decisions. But it is also ones responsibility to teach and consider the welfare of the younger generation. The lottery in and of itself isn't bad. But getting hooked on gambling at a young age can lead to serious consequences down the road for young and old alike. Sadly, when it comes to compulsive gambling, there is no safe bet. (Today s editorial was written by Herald-Zeitung Managing Editor Micah Boyd.) Write us... THe Sen Braunfels Herald-Zeitung welcome* ef.'er* on any public issue. The editor reserves the right to correct spelling -tyie punctuation and known factual errors. Letters should be kept to 250 words. We publish only original mail addressed to the Sen Braunfels Herald-Zeitung bearing the writer - signature Also an address and a telephone number, which are not for publication, must be included. Please ate the page number and dau- of any article that is mentioned. Preference is given to writers who have n f Ixeen published in the previous 30 days. Mail letters to: Letters to the Editor c/o the Sen Braunfels Herald-Zeitung P.O. Drawer 311328 New Braunfels, Texas 78131-132b Fax: (210) 625-1224 Tips for staying sane on corporate ladder New Braunfels Herald -Zeitung Editor and Publisher, Ext 301...................................... Doug Toney Managing Editor Ext 220 ............................. Micah Boyd Classified Advertising Manager, Ext 214........... Karen    Reimnger Business Manager, Ext 202............................... Mary    Lee    Hall Circulation Director, Ext 228................................. Carol    Ann Avery Pressroom Foreman, Ext 206.........................................Billy Parnell Published un Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (LISPS 377-880) 707 lunda Si., ut P O Drawer J11328, Sew Braunfels, Comal County, Tx. 78131 -1328 Periodical postage paid by the Ness Braunfels Herald-Zeitung in New Braunfels, Texas. Carrier delivered in Comal and Ouadalupe counties three months, $20.50; six months. S37; one year, $66. Senior C itizen Discounts by earner delivery only: six months, $33; one year, $62. Mail delivery outside Comal County in Texas: three months, $30.30, six months, $55, one year, $103 50 Mail outside Texas: six months, $78; one year, $118.25. Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 5:30 p m. Tuesday through Friday or by 7:30 a.m. on Sunday may call (210) 625-9144 or by 7 pm. weekdays or by ll am. on Sunday. Pos IMA!* UK: Send address changes to the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, P.O. Drawer 311 328, New Braunfels, Tx 7813 l l 328. A Vers* CkHSiHi Snead rtf Tri mr C2tr«£ im -Site * Trait Skciusr ■xbe KT evocfftNnaii mirsr s’fe* tan* be** to aa: acme wTft a1 s.t*s rtf raxwi ri«r Jrettas. dhr nv>ec x "fie xrxrau brite She IMW ins so r unv cif- tcirc - TVtsclt cf* Xu-snc. Ttrar-Ktr rtf Ohs Ptevrsc ClkisDCk. Assscbsc Dwtctor rtf AdbimimaacaoB: — ituc "Sr act! rtf »n.M ber fC't dtewrniQto»m fflMKS ber. I jc tor rvccie sneak. It sac. tfttr "Sir* wartL* SKC. Evertor* TS bee I cvrae to wock I feel tm peofAt oqxet me to tracer -kl sNnr we4 Fro i ®to*r**tor. i ffiimrnl ■advisee. J surname ±crartsJL a Tiedtur-icr. sr attorney. a psycbctepst Two jays. j|g :• xmmxmt muni    wha: to do aKvjc ba- parakeet Aas htd stopped cJbrrtaag." Wsk    defev«r> of mnlci care to Opdh she hts lo srasfv resprays.. isnscji cocferrraces^ md trad nunarrrtus jtmab jus* to keep tsp. Annulling to stay carreta with the lecttoDcai    of her tvstnes* while handing her mamsemerx job. drams her energy Arx! then there are the meetings — to Itomg arad nonproductiv e “Most mt<my seem to be formed to generate committees that will study problems and come hack to the meeting with the recommendation thai a special committee he formed Ifs rkkculou&r she said She aho told me she feels caught in the middle between upper management and her staff. She gets instructions to push her nurses harder to make up for corporate oit-bsidks. What trout: she perks aad the money T Vtosc managers snake less money per tour Oran he'* dc when. hey bai. a sti *'* postcroa Ce carnify thecr base salary Tray be higher tfear he hours wage earner. hut compute a Turuger's erie hours irC ntra wedt-rrad work — hen: augh. A hote-tmes corporae eeoowmy has eftr .-seed country our mersnfcer-shrs. ontfft cars, ani stock Qfien And managers constantly fear hetrg feed bid off. 'eerrprwered or dcwish SEzed Ach security has- heroine an ony-nonx csfBoaly for meddle trarttaers Tins nad-ganagBMat svnhne— overwork. distress,. dbsacsPtottocc worry. depressor! md. msecunty — cs goal for psycfcotrists. h keeps hem busy. And it makes pharmaceutical stock valuable Tranqutltzcrs and amide-pressarcs ne huge sellers, But everything cise about the syndrome is had marrctl problems, poor work performance. deficient quality control, high ruroo*er I racreastng numbers of managers are opting to return to hourtv wage work Others are getting out to the corporate hieranrhy by becoming independent consultants My friend called to report that her job frustration had caused her to ’‘Tucik to school. She's liwrr/.^ to becvmw a mrse pwtcbix'wf to hic she can wcrk tor a doctor md mt ber cfen-icai skiilb igtiirt, Seeing tjobt he gwbkat - ^ctecrg or try *ng someming mew pawides a vtirfSc opectr toe deuiing    he m*d- rwugetwm: symdtorane. Leuramg the cortvnne world aakxs courage Very tow peone ane ns-k tabors. k'Thn may Se why tfkre are tow bxpy people in thewodd Risk take bove ane (intl What if im «e rn m»Aie nuunage-■naa trad you decnie to stay :* Astor all someone bits to dc at jai you are good ac at evcepc when the stress becomes rtterwhetoacaeic. Here are some sug-gestKW» for these <oiyou who want to rernam m the corporaoe world. SET PRJORITIES Each moraang mike a fee rtf the most —putt thcngs to dc that day. order them m the number of importance aal »rae them on your "to dc" last To use your tone jpproprundy. folfow the caninal rule cnen&coed at all nine management semcaars: “Fust stases tirst.” ORG.AN1ZE. The busher you are. the more ame you ttxast saerd on orca-ruzanon. Purchase a day organizer Ic addice, to career accra ,sraes rut all of your tnraSy’s evem et the creancer — haskerhiu garraes^ choir practice, dental appointments, etc. Include all inyotUnl ph?oe numbers md addresses. Cany tbs creamier wxh you wherever vou go L rdate it concnuousTv LEARN TO SAY “NO ~ To be resjpecoed md to coraroi your ame. you must learn to say “too." Racier than dedxaemg >«ndf to nnrtyrdotn. say Tk\“ finnly and politely, to time consuming projects. NEGLECT THE UNIMPORTANT. Success depends on what you decide to neglect To establish priorities ask yourself: “If I didn’t do this task, would it make a difference in my life?’ DEFEAT PROCRASTINATION. Procrastination, doing low-priority tasks before high priority activities, is the thief of time. To defeat procrastination— begin. Once moving, you’ll tend to keep going. G1VE-UP THE QUEST FOR PERFECTION. Learn to do your best and accept the results. Striving for perfection engenders guilt anxiety, frustration and martyrdom. You become irritable and hard to live with. Love your effort, accept your mistakes. OVERCOME INDECISIVENESS. To defeat ambivalence, use the “ready, fire, aim" approach. Fire it up there, then aim it. Do something and then correct y our mistakes. NEVER TAKE WORK HOME; NE\ER TAKE HOME TO WORK. When the work day is over, it’s over. When you are home, be there. Likewise. when at work give your full attention to y our duties. Please don t show this to many of your manager friends. As a psychiatrist. I need their business. K-jps my wife living the w*y she’s grow n accustomed. tJohn Ingram Walker, M.D., writes a weekly column for the Herald- Zeitung / rn* KL Letter to thBlEditor Student needs help with local history Edit. , My name is Courtney Boric on cc. In my fifth-grade clasts we are doing a state research project and I will be doing my project on Texas* The project is due in May and it will cover such topics as famous people from New Braunfels Today in History The Associated Press Today is W ednesday, April 16, the 106th day of 1997 There are 259 days left in the year Today’s Highlight in History: On April 16,1947, America’s worst harbor explosion occurred in Texas City, Texas, when the French ship Grandcamp, carrying ammonium nitrate fertilizer, caught tire and blew up, devastating the town. Another ship, the Highflyer, exploded the following day. The explosions and resulting fires killed more than 500 people and left 200 others missing. On this date: In 1789, President-elect Washington left Mount Vernon, Va , for his inauguration in New York. In 1862, a bill ending slavery in the and from Texas, your special state traditions and the history of New Braunfels and Texas. The reason that I am wnttng to your local paper is to ask if you could publish my let’er in your paper I am hoping that some of the members of your community would write to me arid tell me about their experience and tradition in District of Columbia became law. In 1912, Harriet Quimby became the first woman to fly across the English Channel. In 1917, Vladinur Ilyich Lenin returned to Russia after years of exile. In 1935, the radio comedy program “Fibber McGee and Molly” premiered on the NBC Blue Network In 1945, in hts first speech to Congress, President Truman pledged to carry out the war and peace policies of his predecessor. President Roosevelt. In 1947, financier and presidential confidant Bernard M. Baruch said in a speech at the South Carolina statehouse: “Let us not be deceived — we are today in the midst of a cold war.’’ In 1962, Walter Cronkite succeeded Douglas Edwards as anchorman of “The CBS Evening News.” Ne J Braunfels. I would even enjoy it if they w ould Snare their favorite recipes with me. I live in Souther ' alifomia and I ani sure many thin* about Texas arc very different thin v, ere I live. Also, if any of the citizer ind tune to reply it w ould be great if ti y could enclose my letter In 1972, 25 years ago, Apollo 16 blasted off on a v oyage to the moon Ten years ago: The Federal Com-mumcitions Commission put broadcasters on notice it would impose a broader definition of indecency over the airwaves. Winners of the 1987 Pulitzer Prizes included August Wilson’s “Fences” for drama and Peter Taylor’s “A Summons to Memphis” for fiction. Five years ago: The House ethics committee listed 303 current and former lawmakers who had overdrawn their House bank accounts. One year ago: President Clinton and his wife, Hillary, arrived in Japan for a three-day visit after a brief stopover in South Korea. Britain’s Prince Andrew and his wife, Sarah, the Duchess of York, announced they “printed ” Thank you so much for taking the time to iv id rn letter. Any information would Iv rn *s' appreciated (caMinty Hotknvc III SI IU ' TM .Vt /ii Kl/, Aft KIMI 20 .. JAO .ScrruMo Road Utki' I nest, t alif Vdti.lO were in the process of getting a divine today's Birthdays: Actor-corned an Spike Milligan is 79 Actor Bun Nelson is 77. Actor-director-uuthi Peter Ustinov is 76. Actrcss-smgi Edie Adams is 68. Jazz musician He hie Maim is 67. Singer Bobby Vinic is 62. Singer Dusty Spnngticld is 5 Queen Margrethc ll of Denmark is 5 Basketball Hall of Flirter Kuree Abdul-Jabbar is 50. Singer Gerry Ka ferty is 50. Actress Ellen Barkm is 4 Singer Jimmy Osmond is 34. Rot singer David Pimer (Soul Asylum) 33. Actor-comedian Marlin La wren* is 32. Actor Jon C'ryer is 32 Act Lukas Haas is 21. Thought for Today: “Talent is Ii! money; you don’t have to have some talk about it.” — Jules Kenanl, Fret* educator and author (1864-1910). ;

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