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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 14, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas Bobby Douglas INSURANCECOLD SORES9 FEVER BLISTERS? rn 4 4 W »/■» < It's Like A Whole Other Country. Dally Wear Soft Contacts &QQ00 Clear Spheres yOv pa^ B&L, Ciba, Vistakon, Sola Barnes Hind    Courtyard Shopping Center with this ad. Reg. $69 - $89    620-5055 Ofter expires Feb. 28, 1993 Doctor's prescription necessary. Disposable Contact Lenses $29 OO Clear Spheres 6 pak Accuvue, Survue Sequence, Newvues    Courtyard    Shopping    Center with this ad.    620-5055 Ofter expires Feb. 28,1993 Doctor's prescription necessary.It's Coming... Sunday, March 28,1993aurae Herald-ZeitunaFisher Ray and Sharon Zaiontz of Fisher, 7-pound 2-ounce boy; Feb. 7. Grandparents: Raymond and Evelyn Wilson and Vangie and Herman Schirmer and Sonny Ziaiontz.Marion Bobbie Reinhart and Jim Watz of Marion; 5-pound 5-ounce boy; Feb 3. Grandparents: Pat and Chari Dolan and Robert Watz and Pat James.Nacodoches Craig and Kim Cloud of Nacodoches; 7-pound 5.5-ounce girl; Jan. 20. Grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rainey of Brownwood and Mr. and Mrs. Dick4 Cloud of New Braunfels.New Braunfels Jessica Marie Luna and Anthony Salazar of New Braunfels; impound 8-ounce boy; Jan. 27. Grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. Eustacio (Sonny) Luna Jr., Augustine and Virginia Gomez and the late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Salazar. Mary Tompson and David Mid-kiff of New Braunfels; 7-pound 14-ounce boy; Jan. 28. Grandparents: Patsy Frazier and Tricia and Don Midkiff. Delicia and Luis Sanchez of New Braunfels; 7-pound 3-ounce girl; Jan. 28. Grandparents: Stella and Gilberto Urbina and Stella and Luis Sanchez. Harlan and Cindy Kraft of New Braunfels; 7-pound 9-ounce girl; Jan. 29. Grandparents: Curtis and Susan Crittenden and Marin-da Kraft Reichart and Ken Reichart. Cruz and Rachel Sosa, Jr. of New Braunfels; 7-pound 7-ounce boy; Jan. 29. Grandparents: Nieves Martinez, Sr. and Amelia Hernandez and Cruz and Alejan-dra Sosa. Jo Ann H. Thrasher and James Thrasher of New Braunfels; 8- pound 6-ounce boy; Jan. 29. Grandparents: Yolanda H. Longoria and Rudy Garcia. Christine Vradenbuig and Juan Rodriguez of New Braunfels; 7-pound 5-ounce girl; Jan. 30. Pablo Cortez Urbano and Ana Maria Cortez Ruiz of New Braunfels; 8-pound 7-ounce boy; Feb. 2. Grandparents: Antonio Ruiz and Ana Maria Gonzales Ruiz and Cruz Cortez and Micaela Urbano. Tonya Wilcox and Ronald Barnett of New Braunfels; 7-pound 6-ounce boy; Feb. 2. Grandparents: Marilyn Baldwin and Vance Wilcox and Leona Barnett and L A. Barnett Raymond and Jennifer Gates of New Braunfels; 8-pound 12-ounce girl; Feb 3. Grandparents: Jack and Jewell Heller and Russell and Grace Gates. Duane and Peggy Ferris of New Braunfels; 7-pound 1-ounce boy; Feb. 4. Grandparents: Victor and Shirley Claycomb and Ronnie and Judy Schuetz. Mary Stremmel of New Braunfels; 9-pound 7-ounce boy; Feb. 5. Grandparents: Rose M. Holick and Hugh L. Holick. Gloria Gomez and David Aleman of New Braunfels; 8-pound 9-ounce boy; Feb. 5. Grandparents: Ida Gomez and Maria and Pedro Aleman. Guillermo and Elena Padilla of New Braunfels; 7-pound 1-ounce girl; Feb 6. Grandparents: Raquel T. Flores and Felipo and Amada Padilla, Sr. Steven and Regina Dockal of New Braunfels; 8-pound 2-ounce boy; Feb 6. Grandparents: Alex and Laura Riedel and Harvey and Ann Dockal. Malissa Hanashey and Erie Speaker of New Braunfels; 7-pound 4-ounce girl; Feb. 9. Grandparents: Marilyn Couch and Richard Hanashey and Bill and Carla Cope. Joe and Monica Partida of New Braunfels; 6-pound 4-ounce boy; Feb. 9. Grandparents: Felipe and Minerva Castilleja and Tomas and Estella Partida. Mark and Brenda Kossaeth of New Braunfels; 7-pound 8-ounce boy; Feb IL Grandparents: Donald and Judy Stewart and Albert and Mary Kossaeth.Schertz Dennis and Kim Moss of Schertz; 7-pound 1-ounce boy; Jan. 28. Grandparents: Walter and Pat WiDdson and Harlan and Norma Moss.Seguin Jay and Terry Harkins of Seguin; 8-pound 6-ounce boy; Feb 5. Grandparents: Walter Bod-gett and Mr. and Mrs..Jack Harkins. Randy and Suzann Sutton of Seguin; 8-pound 9-ounce girl; Feb. 5. Fox Custom Construction, Inc. Canyon Lake, Texas (210) 899-7138 DAVID ALLEN FOX Custom Homes • Remodeling and Additions Home Maintenance and Repairs • Drafting and Design Services AGENCY - INCORPORATED Cosmetic Contact Lenses $119<» Sprints per pair Wesley Jessen Colors, Sola Barnes Hind, Natural Touch Courtyard Shopping Cantar with this ad. Reg. $199    620-5055 Otter anpitf Fab. 28.1993 Doctor-, prescription nacsstary. % Research has shown that ingredients hi Lysovir-SR, when taken continuously, may reduce the recurrence rate, speed up recovery time and decrease the painful outbreaks from infections caused by the herpes simplex virus, both Types I & II as well as other related viruses. Lysovir-SR was developed by National Dietary Research abd is available at your pharmacy. ASK YOUR PHARMACIST CITY PHARMACY SMUmdaSt 625-4711 — .....I*Making A Difference 660ne of the most important things I see in the future for New Braunfels is our vibrant and thriving downtown area. The personality of a city is defined by its downtown: the downtown reflects what a city thinks of itself. A vibrant downtown results in a vibrant city. I envision renewed optimism in the business sector and this optimism will be reflected in our downtown. People are beginning to think in terms of business expansion and acquisition. We have enjoyed a very strong residential real estate market in our recent past and now are seeing an upturn in commercial activity as well. I envision the Hummel Museum attracting an increasing number of visitors to our community. As word spreads of our unique collection of over three hundred and fifty original works of art by Sister M.I. Hummel, we can epect an increasing number of overnight and day visitors to our community. The museum will provide an additional year-round tourist attraction and the visitors will result in more businesses and, therefore, more jobs for our city. I envision these visitors enjoying our plaza with its newly renovated fountain and recently added tree illumination. The remaining two traffic islands should be completed, along with the installation of park benches, street lights, and new sidewalk pavers to give visitors a well lighted and safe area in which to explore the city both by day and by night. Also, the New Braunfels Utilities and Southwestern Bell Telephone will have relocated the majority of their service lines so as not to obstruct the views on San Antonio Street and Seguin Avenue. I envision the day when downtown New Braunfels genuinely reflects the vitality of its citizens; when downtown New Braunfels attracts the year-round visitor, thus creating further business opportunities and new jobs; and when downtown New Braunfels defines the community pride and dedicate which caused it to become a reality. 7 9 * . David C. Lamon Attorney Reagan, Burris, Dierksen, Lamon Sc Blientzer, P.C. HIGHM inspay than one billion dollar* each year to repair vandalized highway signs. To find out how to say "stop".call Take Pride in America at l-fYKVU S. PROUD Take Pwoe Inr 1-SOO-US PROUD IS Uiwim.Titt.MK Ina th* ;