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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 30, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas TCCB appointee challenged Two local ministers and a are attacking a local to a state education post store chain sells adult AMARILLO. Texas (AP) -retired railroad engineer businessman s appointment because his convenience magazines Citizens for Good Government a non profit organlza tion dedicated to the preservation of moral values, held a press conference Friday to assail Greg Mitchell's ap pointmen! to the Texas College and University Coor dinating Board Gov Bill Clements asked Mitchell, vice president of Toot'n Totum Food Stores Inc to accept the position last week Mitchell is being criticized because his chain of .">4 Amarillo-based convenience stores sell adult magazines Playboy and Penthouse which Citizens for Good Government consider pornographic Opposition to Mitchell came from the organization because ' Toot 'n Totum is the largest purveyor of por nography in Amarillo.'' said the Rev J Alan Ford pastor of the Southwest Baptist Church My point basically is the fact that if Greg wants to represent our community, if he wants to represent the state of Texas, then I think it s time he disassociate himself from probably one of the sleaziest businesses in America.” said Ford Novie Woods. Mitchell s mother and president of Toot n Totum. said Mitchell was out of town and could not be reached for comment T M Cole president of Citizens for Good Government said he wanted the appointment of Mitchell revoked because of Mitchell’s support of adult magazines Cole said he personally had nothing against Mitchell Thoughtful Planning Comal County Commissioner (from left) Louis Roberts and 'Yankee" Camarillo (center) presents certificates to Michae Ozuna for completing a youth training program Students take part in program Two lex al high school student look part in the Youth Opportunity Unlimited program offered as part of the Alamo Area Council of Governments Summer A outh employment and Training pro gram I^ouis Roberts who mends Ca mon High School anti Michael Ozuna a New Braunfels High School student attended the pro gram at Texas AIM University from June 6 through \ug 5 During the intensive no day summer school and work immersion program the students earned high school semester credits as well as earned money for part-time work on cam pus l he participants lived in stu dent .( "intones and ate a’ the < a rn pus cafeteria evenings were scheduled for re quire ! tutoring and elective course act; Hips photography karate swimming and weighlifting Texas VA M had an enrollment of about I'Jo students ird Generation Family Ownership FL iNEFtfL HOME 615 LANDA    625-2349 Thoughtful planning, to benefit those we serve, produced our handsome, 10,000-square-foot facility and encouraged our successful -i  growth. Located j.    -^at    615 Landa, out of main stream traffic, ' Zoeller Funeral Home presents to the community crisply-manicured lawns and hedges. . and generous parking areas. Its lovely chapel can seat as many as 225 people. Our best planning has been more personal: a wonderful staff of people, including five competent, caring funeral directors. Schumann retirement fete held Saturday Corr ARI TON WHITE <f % portent tpprm nth of ti’! nim Hatch «> ♦-tiring Coir Agent VA * attended a ♦untv K n H11 refed d dge pie#! supp mong t int) Agt fritters peaking I He r in* show1 hoae VV *get iii md Cfi of s. hum a nr PHuger Iperf mn a lot w uh mv g projmt* Hr i wit a influence in mv life hrlpn! 'tTn a quire a n agricultun* d h** W Hi. til I t*d right out rid has tmmv d i courtv hen Ho said th» • rules of lould prohibit h im f fOtn t home county pf ie a retire*) d ain man when he and Schumann were in vol* cd in a dairy cow judging meet at A A \1 I Diversity Together they were able to put together a winning lear soefje who had the only register* dairy herd in Comal County said a; one time there were ZU dairies here Now there s not a single one Schumann wa*- graduated fro ! lex as \AM in It*'n) with a Barbeiro of science degree in animal busbar) dry and tame to work for the County ii the spring of I1**-Many of hts cretins here inc) »ded starting the county s firs’ 4 H vim; at " tinder has the 'irs* 4 H K\ charge w th 4 H menders of sur rounding countie> and forming the shooting sports program for the member s sj»et*iai entertainment for the din •ier was pros fed by im ai country and western singer Jin VVesoln h of New Braunfels Schumann and bt- wit** Dolors dar Im* I4** hav e four ch Glenda and children hirer Diane Lawrence Ronald ami five grand J V NEW BRAUNFELS Ch, Ut lh ii In [nit t ut I, ii ti r MIINT'KSSOKI TKCHNlqlT.S NOW ENROLLING AT Their New Location On Comal St. 4 Full Time and a Few Part Time Available. • No enrollment fee for the month of Aug. • • New Toddler Program \ • Ages 12 months to 6 yrs ^^ ^    ,    •    Computers I* A#*- / - - * />    ^    •    Lear-lung atmosphere 576 Comal    626-171 WHY SUFFER WITH PAIN? 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