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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 13, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Happy flag days Herald Zeitung New Braunfels " ^ • yrs lay Augi 1987 Page 5 Lake Dunlap Trot line The Ladies Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7110 recently presented an American flag to the Happy Days Day Care Center N Cpu on Pi tyred are Auxiliary president Evelyn Karst eft Shirley Smithers of Happy Days and Lucille Voges community activities chairman along with all the kids and other folks at Happy Days (Photo by Deryi Clark Dear Abby Mom Suspects Daughters Pal Is Writing to Her From the Pen IU YR \HHV Mn daughter a*, v. lr* corns ponding with a "pen ii w hi I Inlaw* writing from Iv hat*.i r*-* th*- dangers'from th»> and what the natun -Si VKEN I IU VK ( UM ERNKIL Your daughter rn a minor, *»u I think it i"* entirely upprnpriatc fur vnu to look into thi** matter \*k hor din-* 11 \ if -.h* is corn-ponding vs uh ,i man who n m prison \t*»o. u*k hor it sh*- know s whs ho is thon and for how long. Ii sou (an t g«t this information h<m sour daughter, sou ar* within sour parental rights t o writ*- to th* ss a rd on, t*% plain mg sour intt-n st in this inmut* . and asUing fur information about hon \1 tit* Mi g: v* r • »sfi dot s not feel th** n*»«•<! I ta kl th*- tim*- to select an tppr* pr at* gift. s.> why giv** a "gift at all ' How much lime does it take to se!*, t a pretty necklace or hair •mf s tor a teen ag*- girt It s easy to asK a salesperson for help to se*-what s m style i an t gi t out t*» shop ' Why not send a subscription 1° •* magazine'* ‘ lr <>rd*-r tram a mad order catalog VV I    that ISO s a p-»> r substitute * * ar: i . N ash pie,is* Draw nit a pi lur* or writ** rn* a poem "i ll \HM l« )HNS( »N HK PRESA ( AUF DI VR >t ll VR RF I see no ore* latiun between rash and taring, 'some people are not as gifted as others in selecting ippropriat* gifts and. realizing their limitations, prefer lo allow th*- recipient to do the housing (In*- thing about a gift • I molies I hr si/*- is alw ass right — anil so is th*- rulor I nr* o «*n    should    know the •ruth iilnml s< s dr ut;* t*nd how t«» hr hj*i«i>* L it \b»>s » booklet W hi*! hit' I’een \|jrr Ought to know," »• nd « cho k or mono order for ,o»d ** long stamped self addressed • ii se top* to ll* ar \hhs I* en IU h , k let PO Ho* ti, Mount Morris Ut o I o *. I Herald-Zritung s.,. v I hank* A bbs fl|M\A lift Pl Id c; IN HARI AN \ A I it \R lilt ll (. I h* mu k shall inherit a lot ut drop-in company. It isn't wrong, nor is it rude, to politely tell an unexpected visitor that you’re unable to invite him or her in because you're not feeling well. ABM A Abby about th* un s th* I i. rge a1 .*saii r ranees, u t tin id lulu h as usual at a i aloud restaurant patronize* exclusively by nu n One sees the sam* there m**n who stop in at for a drink or twat, who otbiill. women and swap a darted to tell your ♦-ars of corn w hen interrupted, saving b ar Abby this n*klv, "I nevcr hut lh*- paper many mach tunchti discus* few stories 1'his day I story about th* tin- bartender Yes, I read that in I morning, adding qi read "Deaf Abby came early th.* morning and I had more tune than usual l h* ii th. customer to my right a young fellow (bout my ag* ’Ti, said he seldom reads Dear Abby but he had als., read it that morning l h*- gentleman to my left a much younger man, then volunteered that he had already repeated that story twice that morning' Thus tour men of quit** varying ages, none id whom eyer read “Dear Abby,” just happened to read it that morning Ha' MAI’ Met THUY WALN IT CREEK DEAK ABM Another y u-w about not receiving thank you notes for gifts of checks (lur family has always tell that a gift of cash is no gift at all We would prefer to receive a card by itself if it contains a heartfelt sentiment Obviously the s i / in ar I, Vt ii > Ii lh tfkipt i uijh I s u ad ii V. intl r> : f> th nu,I ll a /MOimUl * ti, Vt) ll, Ii WI ti Hit A. 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Hut, Him IV lh* nj- rn, SJM tin ('• i ma I Vann >uth> Sin IS a, ai Sh.V ,’5. f rn tilth*, i. >/C I IM nth* Ma, Ma,I \, By CAROL ANN AVF RY Correspondent The public meeting for the fire hydrant project for Lake Dunlap has been postponed one week until \ug 20 The fire department has deter mined that there has not been ade quate publicity for a meeting this week Because of the potential import of this project, the Tropine wants to br mg the uninformed up to speed on the project In .January Ken Jordan, the assis tant fire chief of Lake Dunlap met with the board of directors of Green Valley Water Supply Corp concern ing the possiblity of having fire hydrants installed in the area Green Valley was very supportive of the endeavor The fire department began the pro ject in an effort to improve fire pro tection. reduce homeowner in surance premiums and hopefully im prove the contributions and par ticipationof area residents Basically the program is planned to be a joint effort of local residents and Green Valley Watet Supply Corp The purchase and installation of hydrants would have to be paid for by the residents who will benefit by ‘he addition to the water sy stem The more families a hy drant would serve ‘he lower the cost per family for in stallation as the cost of each hydrant would be shared by the homes it would service Actual cost per hydrant would vary but probably would average $1500.00 per unit The cost mas at first glimpse seems high howevei the overall sav ing* is impressive A majority of the homes serviced by Lake Dunlap VED are eligible for a rural rate that provides compute tion of home owners insurance premiums exactly the same as homes within the city limits of New Braunfels, providing an approved fire hy drant is located within 500 feet of the residence The potential sav mgs to a homeowner can be substan tial One homeowner reported that their home, which was insured by a large company that specialized in military officers, would realize a reduction from $705 to S ’*45 per year simply because of the fire hydrant Other similiar reports have been received by the fire department The first public meeting on this project will be designed to answer questions and organize the effort w ithin the community If public support is strong enough the fire department hopes to start in stallation by late September Initially. the more densely populated areas have been planned, but this does not preclude simultaneous installations in more rural areas Hie LDL KH strongly urges all residents to attend the public meeting on Aug 20 at 7 p rn Also, before the meeting contact your insurance agent and find out the effect i hydrant would have on your individual policy The fire department would like this nformation to be shal ed at the me mg Representatives of Green Valley VSater supply local insurance agents and realtors will be in attendance to answer questions Please make plans now to attend this important public meeting at the Lake Dunlap Fire Station on Potthast Drive From further downstream we have a report from the Lake Mc Queenev VED The Annual M Queenev VED Chicken Barbecue will be Saturday at the air conditioned McQueeney Lions Club building Plates are $4 for a large, Sd for a smal! Serving times will be from ll do a rn to I JO p m and again from 4 to 9 p rn The Ladies Auxiliary will be selling its delicious pies cakes and cookies luring these hours There will be entertainment for the youngsters. bingo and an auction for goods and services to be held at 7 p rn The raffle prize- will be awarded at about 4:30 pm ATTENTION ADVERTISERS: Have you ever considered the number of radio station signals that are beamed _into our market every day? KAJA. KAPE, KB0P, KBUC-AM, KBUC-FM, KCCW, KCOR, KDRY, KEDA, KESI-FM, KFHM, KGNB, KNBT, KISS, KITY-FM, KKYX, KLLS-FM KMAC, KMFM, KONO, KQRK, KQXT-FM, KTFM, KTSA, KURU, KVAR-FM, / ' ) J* KWCB,KWED-AM, KWED-FM,W0AI-AM W0AI-FM The radio stations listed above are competing for the listeners ear. Add to this radio signal onsalught the hundreds of phonographs, C B radios and television signals and the electronic media becomes so fragmented it is ineffective for your advertising message. In Comal County... ONE BUY GETS IT ALL When You Use The Hapald hi EWS and The COMAL COUNTY Your Advertised Message Will Reach 21,220 Households. Call 625-9144 for more information You’ll be glad you did... ;