New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 16, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas
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Francis E. Meyer
Francis E. Meyer of New Braunfels, Ttocas died on Feb. 12,2011 at the age of 80.
He was bom in Poth, Texas and grew up in San Antonio, Texas. He graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School where he was a member of the 1948 football team that played in the Texas State playoffs.
He won the Texas State Shot Put championship in 1946 and 1947. He graduated from Trinity University in 1952, where he was the captain of the football team. He was drafted by the Detroit I.ions professional football team, but was never able to play due to a knee injury. He was then offered the position of Athletic Director and head football coach in Karnes City, Texas where he coached from 1952-1957.
He moved to New Braunfels,
Texas as the Athletic Director and football coach from 1957-1959. After a brief stint in the business world, he returned to coach in 1962 for the Har-landale Independent School District in San Antonio. He remained with Harlandale for 33 years starting as a teacher/coach and eventually becoming a school administrator.
He retired from education in 1993, and he spent time volunteering for the St. Vincent de Paul Society and the Samm Shelter for the homeless.
He is survived by his wife lean, his children and grandchildren. His family requests that any memorials be made to those charities that primarily support the rights and/or benefits of children.
Visitation will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 16, from 6-8 p.m. with a rosary at 7 p.m. at Mission Park Funeral Chapel North on 3401 Cherry Ridge, San Antonio, 78230. A funeral mass will be held at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 17, at St. Gregory the Great Catholic Church at 700 Dewhurst Road, San Antonio, 78213.
The burial will follow and will be held at Blessed Sacrament Cemetery in Poth, Texas. He will greatly be missed.
You may sign the online guestbook at www.mission-parks.com, under the obituary section.
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Leonard L Tuch
Funeral arrangements are complete at the Zoeller Funeral Home for Leonard L. Tuch, who passed away on Monday in New Braunfels at the age of 86 years.
Visitation will be from 4-8 p.m. Thursday at the Zoeller Funeral Home, with the family present to greet friends. Funeral services will be Fri
day, February 18, 2011 at 10 a.m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home. Interment will follow in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park.
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Olegario Luna ‘Gallo’ Rios
Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels for Olegario Luna “Gallo” Rios, who passed away on Sunday February 13, 2011 in New Braunfels, Texas.
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Charles Yang returns to play with Mid-Texas Symphony on Feb. 19
Violinist Charles Yang joins the Mid-Texas Symphony for a 7 p.m. Saturday performance at Oakwood Church in New Braunfels. The concert will feature Yang performing
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You should know: General admission tickets can be purchased at the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce and The Crossing. Single ticket prices are. $25 reserved; $20 adults; $15 seniors, college students and active duty military; $5 students
the entire “Four Seasons” by Vivaldi, as well as works by Grieg and Borodin.
"Vivaldi’s music depicts the entire cycle of the seasons, capturing the essence of each in music that has become iconic and well-recognized,” MTS executive director said. “With the weather we’ve had this month, a tour through all four seasons seems appropriate, and Yang is a violinist whose technique and expressivity is perfect for this music.”
Born and raised in Austin, Yang has a passion for sharing classical music with people of all walks of life and all ages. Described by the Boston Globe as one who “plays classical violin with the charisma of a rock star,” Yang has been rocking
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Violinist Charles Yang will play with Mid-Texas Symphony on Feb. 19 at Oakwood Baptist Church.
the music scene since his childhood, winning numerous prizes and competitions, appearing on national television, and even touring China and performing on the Great Wall.
The concert will open with a joint performance of Fritz Kreisler’s Tempo di Menuetto with students of the Texas Lutheran University/Mid-Texas Symphony
Community Music Academy and other area strings students.
The performers have been working since the autumn preparing for the concert.
MTS principal second violin Nina Mavrinac organizes the program each season, enhancing the violin studies of many area strings students.
ARTS COUNCIL ACCEPTING ENTRIES FOR POETRY CONTEST
New Braunfels Arts Council announces the 29th annual Poetry Contest Feb.
15 through March 31.
Entrants must be residents of New Braunfels or Comal County, or be attending public, private or home school in New Braunfels or Comal County.
1416 Riles of the contest are:
• The poem may he on any subject and written in any style except limerick. It must be a minimum of eight lines long, and the maximum length may not exceed one side of an 8 112-x-11-inch sheet of paper.
• Your name, complete mailing address, telephone number and grade and school must be on the back of the poem in the upper left comer of the page.
• Each entrant may submit a maximum of two poems, but only one may place.
• No entry may have been previously published or performed publicly.
• Any poem not meeting these rules will be disqualified.
Send entries to: Poetry Contest Coordinator, P.O. 311171, New Braunfels, TX 78130. (all (830) 629-2890 for information.
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♦ Flu Type A Feb. 12:144 Year to date: 530
♦ Flu Type B Feb. 12: 51 Year to date: 194
♦ Non-Differentiated Feb. 12:0
Year to date: 1
♦ Influenza-like Illness Feb. 12:106
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Baby Talk - Part III
You may be surprised to learn that Chiropractic care is essential for pregnant moms. Aside from the relief it can offer from the discomforts sometimes associated with pregnancy, such as constipation, leg cramps, nausea, back and neck pain, etc., its main focus, however, is not pain.
Chiropractic is based on four very profound principles:
1. That the body is a self-healing and self-regulating mechanism; in other words, it is
designed to heal itself.
2. That the nervous system is the master control system of the body.
3. Any interference in the function of the nervous system must then result in a malfunction
in the body.
4. My task is to eliminate that interference so that the body can function normally.
Applied to pregnancy, this is of utmost importance to the developing fetus. I feel that in order to
have a normal pregnancy, mom's nervous system must function with no interference; especially where it controls the uterus and placenta. This will reduce the risk of problems associated with pregnancy - miscarriage, placenta previa, etc. The bi|gest benefit of course, is having a healthy
A pediatric chiropractor will also perform regular monthly pre-natal exams to monitor your pregnancy. This includes an examination and palpation(feeling) of the uterus in order to determine the presence of In-Utero Constraint and see if the baby is in a breech position. This is very important. In-utero constraint occurs usually in tne last trimestdr of pregnancy when "you're all baby."
In other words, the baby has reached a size where movement is very restricted and it can get "stuck" in an awkward position in the uterus. This situation can not only create stress on the spine and nervous system, but can lead to the creation of scoliosis (spinal curvatures), as well as other spinal abnormalities. All in all, a situation best avoided.
I invite you to have yourself checked. Chiropractic is very safe and effective. It is also the world's best kept secret. Please call me today.
For additional information, please feel very welcome to call me personally at 830-625-5111 or visit my website at www.mayochiro.com
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