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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 28, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas                                Friday January 28 2000 HKRALDZBITUNG Page 7A AROUND TOWN Leash isnt enough to keep dogs safe in back of trucks DEAR ABBY DEAR ABBY I just finished reading the letter about the husky dog who jumped from the back of a pickup truck into traffic Here is our story We were camping Memorial Day weekend three years ago Our dogs were tied up on short leashes in the back of our pickup truck One of them climbed onto our cooler next to the side of the truck and fell out The collar slipped over her head and she went under the wheel of the truck When we got to her she was still alive but barely We drove 20 miles to the police station in Payson Ariz They called a vet at his home and gave us directions to his office That wonderful man tried valiantly to save her but couldnt Her death still haunts us Needless to say none of our dogs ride in the back of our truck anymore I am now a volunteer for the Arizona Humane Society Please Abby tell your readers to treat their pets as they would want to be treated Pets are our friends KAREN IN TEMPE ARIZ DEAR KAREN Im printing your letter in the hope that the tragedy which befell your dog will discourage other dog own ers from transporting their pets in the back of pickup trucks Read on DEAR ABBY Im responding to theietterfegardihg people who allow their dogs to ride unprotect ed in the back of their pickups I believe in divine justice When these people go before their maker on Judgment Day they will be sentenced to ride aimless ly in the back of a flatbed truck over bumpy back roads wonder ing when the devil at the wheel will make his next sharp turn Remember each of us will be judged by how we treated the least of Gods creatures ALLEN IN EMORY TEXAS DEAR ALLEN If common sense doesnt rule then perhaps your letter will scare careless or thoughtless pet owners into doing the right thing keeping their dogs safely inside the cab of their trucks and out of harms way Read on DEAR ABBY I have another story to add to the one about the dog that nearly didnt survive a ride in the back of a pickup We have two sons one of whom owns a pickup truck One Saturday night a few months ago they were headed downtown Our oldest son jumped in the back of the truck while his brother and their buddy sat in the cab His brother had to swerve to avoid an accident and our son in the back flew out of the pickup at 65 mph on the highway Every time I think of that night and what could have happened I am grateful to God My son sur vived with only minor fractures and lots of road burn He is now back to work and is one lucky young man Our sons learned a hard lesson but animals do not have a choice whether or not to ride in the back of the truck Abby please stress to your readers to THINK before they allow riders human or animals in the back of their trucks They may not be as fortunate as we were GRATEFUL MOM IN TEXAS To order What Every Teen Should Know send a business sized selfaddressed envelope plus check or money order for to Pear Abby Teen Booklet Box 447 Mount Morris IL 610540447 LOOKING BACK 125 years ago 1875 Translators Carl and Ethel Saur G Knoke second secretary of the Gymnastics Society of New Braunfels announced the organi zation is having a Masken Ball Masquerade Dance on Feb 6 in Rheinlaenders Hall Tickets are 50 cents and can be bought at Schramm and Benner Each member is entitled to three tickets and may bring guests Wilhelm Rahe of Comaltown died and was buried in the Comaltown Cemetery on Thursday As Rahe was a member of the City Council the City Marshall recommended to the Council that a letter of condo lence be sent to Rahes family 100 years ago 1900 Translator Betty Pfeuffer Triesch Schmidt an employee of Hermann Voges store in Bulverde was bringing a load of beer and ice from San Antonio The horses were frightened sud denly and turned over the wagon The beer kegs fell on Schmidt which broke his collarbone News from Spring Branch Ed Kriegner had an accident with his horses on New Years Day Until his doctor Dr Garwood recently allowed him to go home he has been staying with Neugebauer A beautiful procession led by white clad girls strewing flowers before Bishop Forest and visiting clergy as they entered the newly built church in Marion This began the services of celebration in completion of the new church building For the occasion the interior was bedecked with fra grant wreaths and garlands Miss led the church choir The celebration continued at Kuehlers farm 75 years ago Arlene Krueger Scales The annual meeting of the Chamber of Commerce took place Thursday evening Retiring President Emil Fischer gave a short report of the seasons work recounting the different projects with which the association had been concerned and in the great majority of cases succeeded in carrying them through success fully The election of officers was then taken up and Wagenfuehr elected president Ad Henne first vice president Hagler second vice presi dent Fred R Pfeuffer third vice president The terms of five directors expiring Ernest Eikel Fred R Pfeuffer Wm Keienburg Robt Hering and Bell were elected to fill the vacancies the entire directorate consisting of Wagenfuehr Gode E Eikel Henne Ad Henne Pfeuffer Hagler Bell Fred Blumberg Fred R Pfeuffer Wm Kuehler Wm Keienburg Arlon B Davis ROSEMARIE LEISSNER GREGORY Geo Henderson Robt E Hering Emil Heinen FIREMENS Sunday Feb 1 the firemen will solicit the city as usual with tick ets for the annual Masquerade dance Every effort will be made to reach all Doing away with but a few of the Texas Rangers was indeed a wise move and a big saving to the already overburdened taxpayers of the state It may be all right to keep a few stationed along the border but what good did it do to send a bunch of them to San Antonio a few months since It was little more than an outrage and an insult to the lawabiding people of the town The judge dismissing these rangers declared that the officers of the different counties could protect the people without interference on the part of men shipped in from other counties Our sheriff and his deputies are not asking outside help to enforce the laws and sher iffs of other counties are able to do just what our sheriff and his deputies are doing Save this ranger expense to the people who pay the taxes 50 years ago Rosa Linda De La Cerda A New Braunfels industry and the jobs of some 30 local employees were saved Wednesday evening by the double circumstance of accidental detec tion and quick work by the New Braunfels Fire Dept whenafire in the New Braunfels Smokehouse was caught and extinguished before it could do more than worth of dam age Frances Nowotny was elected representative from New Braunfels High School for the Daughters of the American Republic annual good citizenship award She will receive a good citizenship certificate and will compete with representatives from all other Texas high schools for the final award This is a United States Savings Bond which is given to one of the high school representatives whose name is selected by Representatives are chosen by the senior class and the faculty of the high school The qualifications are the same as those for the National Honor Society charac ter leadership and Frances is active in many phases of high school life She is editor of the Unicorn vice president of the National Honor Society Student Council representative for three years and a member of the Future Homemakers Association the Unicorn Stables and the Unicom Bookettes 25 years ago 1975 Myra Lee Adams Goff Since their arrival Sunday 43 girls representing the cream of Texas teenage beauties have been involved in the tedious task of competing for the title of 1975 Texas Junior Miss Tonights Thursday preliminary competition will mark the second evening when the panel of judges will have the opportunity to see the talents of each young girl Last night was the first of prelim inaries DANCE AT CRYSTAL 337 NEW BRAUNFELS FRIDAY 812 THE ECHOS COUN TRY WESTERN SATURDAY 91 LEE KOHLENBERG ORCHESTRA Submitted by the Coma I County Historical Commission ami the Sophienburg Museum and Watch Batteries Installed 3 SWIM POOLS SUPPLIES AND REPAIR Free test for water balance A equipment inspection we sell chemicals and Teach How To Use Them Call or Fax 8306291410 or 18002994859 63RCIB Oldest Dunce Mall Friday Night THE FlATLAlfDERS Saturday Night No Cover SWarket plac Times Good Fri Thurs Jan 28Feb 3 5I Business Loop Ill 35 N Malincc Daily 83fl The Sixth Sense SalSun Eye of tt fctoto 4 30 Sloiy 2 torn To Vou PG13 PL Sleepy Hollow The Green Mile i SatSun Anna The King FriSMonTliiirs SatSUIT icentennial Man FriSMooItiurs SalSun ia MisraiMSAiK 1 11 MS IMo J M i Stuart Little Fri MonThurs SalSun Eye elite fetotier Start Galaxy Quest On 2 Screens Fri WonTwits Sat Sun IJJI Iffl 2JJ 305 105 The Hurricane FriSMonThurs SatSun Supernova tonTims SalSun ea Play It To The Bone Sal SOS Talented Mr Ripley SatSun gift gift plus tax Sunday CLOSING AT 6PM FOR SUPER BOWL COMING ADVANCE TICKETS GOSPEL MERLE FEATURING JOE ELY BUTCH HANCOCK JIMMIE DAte GILMORE Featuring artists played on 92J FM Radio New Braunfels For info call 6061281 or visit our web site at Friday Jan 28 2000 TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE SEGUIN BEAUTY SCHOOL at the New Braunfels Campus Classes Starting Now Financial Aid Available to those who qualify Located At 214 West San Antonio St New Braunfels Texas 8306201301 No Appointment Necessary Customers Always Welcome j HEALTH AWARENESS SCREENING Your Besf Defense Against Disease Introducing HealthChecks permanent online service in New Braunfels and Seguin Convenient Locations SuperChemistry SMA26 plus CBC Includes full Cholesterol Profile Total HDL LDL Ratios Glucose Kidney Liver and Heart functions Potassium Calcium and Electrolytes Iron Uric Acid You also receive a CBC Complete Blood Count which test for anemia and infections including WBC Differential RBC Hemoglobin Hematocrit and Platelet Count in total 40 tests about the current state of your health Coronary Includes Cholesterol HDI LDL Trigly cerides and Risk Ratio VIP ProfileBasic Includes all tests of the SuperChemistry plus a TSH for Thyroid level Comprehensive Thyroid Profile Includes and TSH PSA Prostate Cancer Screening Recommended for men over 50 over 40 with a history risk for heart disease THESE ARE THE SAME MEDICALLY ACCEPTED BLOOD TESTS ORDERED BY PHYSICIANS All results are mailed to you within 10 days Results are easy to read and include reference ranges and written explanations and online Medicare NOT accepted Qnler a Test Now Online With a and SAVS Additional 10 with Discount Code 12345 THRU Fet 12 or CALL ACROSS 1 Refuses obstinately 6 Plaid item 10 Pace 14 Jungle vine 15 Selfimages 16 Insect stage 17 More unusual 18 Cheat 19 Wading bird 20 Unreliable types 22 Build 23 Platform 24 All together 26 Blubber or suet 29 Snow vehicle 31 Be ill 32 Sliver author Levin 33 Restaurant handout 34 Moralize 38 monster 40 Santas helper 42 Extreme 43 Low bow 46 Gloss target 49 Just out 50 Map abbr 51 Tizzy 52 X for Caesar 53 Troublesome fungi 57 Woe is me 59 Pointed arch 60 Communica tors need 65 Earthenware jar 66 Sari wearer 67 Found pleasing 68 Thunder 69 Greek god of love 70 Went wrong 71 Footwear 72 Cozy abode 73 Prepared PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED DOWN 1 Splotch 2 Opera set in Egypt Shane star Work dough Mark Twains forte Lantern fuel Dr Frankensteins helper 8 Roomy 9 For shame 10 Coiled 11 Strapless tops 12 DeMille films 13 An adhesive 21 Floor piece 22 Muslim prince 25 Forty winks 12800 2000 United Feature Syndicate 26 Sticky fruits 27 Operatic solo 28 Like basketball players 30 Blunts Misbehavin 36 Manitoba tribe 37 Shaped with an axe 39 Anteater 41 Almost a winner 44 To precisely 45 Kittens plaint 47 Tablet 48 Office tool 53 Docks 54 Arctic dwelling 55 Fragrant shrub 56 Alarm 58 English county 61 Adams grandson 62 Gumbo veggie 63 Require 64 Singer 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