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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 30, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Dear Abby__ Man Tangos Into Mom’s Life, Waltzes Away With Her Estate Lake Dunlap Trotline DKAR ABBN (fur mother, at age 79 — after having been a lonely willow for IO years — fell in love with her South American dancing instructor Against the advice of her f imily and friends she married this smooth operator, who flattered her and made her feel “young, beautiful and desirable" (according to hen Mother was SO and he was IO at the time. She died four months ago at tin age of Sa, lea\ mg her three children a mere token Her seven grandchild ren were left a token as well Everything else went to her bu* hand of five vears < >f course we are contesting tin will because if M >ther s bizarre behavior these last six vears Also, we feel that this young opportunist took unfair advantag* of a lonely, rn h, gullible old woman \bby when a will is cm tested w ho usually wins ' B -I ANH K DI AK B d. ANI) K I he side w ith the best law \ cr. < ioiid luck. 1 h \ K A BB\ ' • u r teI*• phon* number has I teen the same tor over •years I yet alls from relatives . t m> husband that start out wit! demands like    let no talk to '.John or Who is tin- I rn talking alout i man mb a w anan who art t ollegt educated and ha t put thin i hiidren through et,beni I hex also d> tins t'» other pt ph h* haM ash! i int how it inak* s rn* tee! to eneounler such rudeness * . you tan st »• it s not ust me I hex ar* ll mannered to. ■\hfry pit ast for Ho lo to Id ' ev »r\ body win does not kl What are the requirements ii! » b i f I im; Bb n y k st a Db VK ll I I IM. Bl I I b K for openers, the caller should identify him herself immediate^ ‘Hello, this is slir,,|, Harding. May I please speak to Minnie /ack?” If the caller knows the party who has answered the phone, it's good manners to ask, “And how are you, Sam?" It’s had manners to quiz the person who has answered the phone concerning the whereabouts of the person you are calling: “Where did Minnie go? \nd when der you expect her home?" Simply leave the message that you called and ask that she return your call. lf you realize too late that you have misdialed and reached a wrong number, don’t hang up. Say, “Excuse me, please. I have a wrong number.” ( lass dismissed. lo *«f \bb>'s booklet, “How to W no Letters for All Occasions," send a check or money order for $2.50 and a long, stamped OH rents), self-ad-dreseed envelope to: Dear Abby. Letter booklet. IMI Btu 147. Mount Morris. Ill bin:.» yByCAROLANN AVERY Correspondent The Lake Dunlap Property Owner’s Association elected officers at the regular monthly meeting April 23. Elected officers and directors will be as follows: president. Hurt Wer theim, vice-president. John Payne, treasurer. Mike Lively, secretary. Cheryl Pillar; board members, Mar vin Shumate, Gunther Havekost. Mariolivie Flume. William DuBois, Harry Collins, Ken Jordan, Marvin Greer and new board member. Gene Moseley. The LDPOA will work with GBRA to investigate the expansion of the sewer facility located at the lower end of the lake The facility presently serves River Bend and Southbank. to include all of the areas on both sides of Lake Dunlap from the city limits downstream to the dam There are hundreds of homes and weekend cottages in this area utilizing septic tanks The board feels that there must be a certain amount of polution entering the lake as a result William DuBois will be chairman of the committee, assisted by Gene Moseley, Mike    Lively,    and    John Payne. Other items discussed included the ever-present weed problem, and the continuation of water testing The first tests revealed little in the way of fecal coliform count, considering the high flow of water and little use upstream as    reasons    for    good readings More    testing    will    take place after the first heavy usage of the river The LDPOA    board    meets the fourth Thursday of each month at Joe Miller s Wholesale Beers All in terested parties are welcome Ken Jordan has returned from Fort Sill. Okla Jordan, besides being the assistant fire chief of the LDVFD, is a captain in the Texas National Guard While at Fort Sill. he earned a diploma from the Field Artillery $143,000- 100% Traffic Commercial location, 306 Frontage, Corner and 2.4 Acres, Commercial, no roc ks or ditches Owner financing Best 15,500 sq ft masonary bldg $33,500- Owner Financing, 2/2 AC big lot storaae toolshed big lawn $115,000- 106 frontage business biog & living quarters Here isOppor tunit /' 3 bidas ' $61,500- Guadalupe River water sedge Best buy on tne ri»er DO waters edge $59,000- Cai yon ake fron tage I 4 acre to the Engineer's me trees one of last available School as a target analysist 1 The fire hydrant project is back on schedule Watch the Trotline during the next few weeks for important an nouncements concerning community meetings that will finalize the pro gram so installations can begin The Lake Dunlap Volunteer Fire Department responded to one alarm this past week Reported as a mobile home fire on Lakeside Drive, it turn ed out to be a tool shed trailer loaded with tnjth power and hand tools and over (X) containers of potentially hazardous materials such as paints oils. fuels, cleaning materials, etc Fire cause is still under investiga tion The LDVFD Ladies Auxiliary met on Monday evening in a special meeting to plan for the upcoming chicken barbecue to tie held in River Bend park on May 15 The monthly busine .s meeting for Hie LDVFD w ■ held May 5 at 7 pm at the fire station River Bend Property Owners are having a garage sale on May 9 at the River Bend clo • use This past week three new monitor mg devices and foul new sections of one and one half inch hose were delivered to the I 1 WFD A portion of the funds h : - equipment carne from the Ladies vuxihary There is still a need to update equipment, and it is being dent* fund1- become available lf you have items of interest for the Trotline. call me at f>z.: 9144 or bring in to our offices at I HP S ('astel! Comal County Artists & Craftsmen Show and Sale May 2 $ 3 9:30-5:30 N.B. Utilities Parking Lot Pf •Stained viias> et amu s • A «. tv irk mg • Needle Hand Craft QuiluSponsored bv: & O -r* C (NMUMT V BOUC A non Spring Cleaning - ^ SALE - * * at The K.I.D. Company (jreat clothes f r g> :t « C I DAY ONLY - FRI MAY Ut 7 a.m.- IO a.m. Only Selected Summer Clothing tor Infants. Lo\ - 61 Girls $5.00 - $7.00 — $10.00 * Accessories Sale only 25c — $3.00 V alues to SB 00 great for party favors, stockings* iff*”- vt J D0N TM,SS TH,S SALE!^ BRUN ERS j^Molfiers Qifls Denim Skirts All Cotton Indigo Blin* •I la vt it waist •Drop waist •Yoke lion! Keg up to $32.90 24 99 Large Group Collars Denims. Liberty prints and white all with lace trim. Mom will    Keg Love these.    $15.00 IO 97 Entire Stock Hangs HH A NU Hosiery Give Mom a Hosiery Wardrobe... I very style in stoi k now IO Aris Isotoner Slippers Save on these spei ial stretchable slippers that give yon a custom fit1 I lilly washable with a soft leatbet non skid sole For sizes S M I XI, with a tie top Reg $20 14 Fieldtlest Country Goose •Sheets O C •Towels ***} /O •Accessories Off Entire Stock Ladies Shoes Choose from •Connie •Calic o •Joyce •Soft Spots 20% OH I * it    ll* Balloons! 18” Nylon Helium filled Balloons especially for Mom. $1°° or Free with a $ 10.00 Purchase! ;