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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 7, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas 2 New Braunfels Herald-Ze/'rtvn<? Friday, January 7, 1983 IMIU Television evangelist can't guarantee cure By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY: I have a problem that is eating my insides out. I started writing to a TV evangelist because I have multiple sclerosis. I know he is well-respected, in touch with God and does many good things. The problem is that he always wants more money. I sent him $100. Then he wrote to me personally and told me that something great was going to happen to me, but I had to send him another $100 first — even if I had to save my pennies and get the money any way I could! I believe in God with all my heart and strive to be a good person, but, Abby, I can’t take food from my children’s mouths because this man says God will do something good for me if I do. That comes very close to saying that God can be bought. My husband is very angry with me because I sent as much as I did. I would like to be free of my disease, but I will not deny my family the necessities in order to send this man money. Please tell me something positive about these TV evangelists. I’m beginning to believe that all they want is my money — money that I don’t have. God understands. Why can’t they? GOT TO KNOW DEAR GOT TO KNOW: It’s unfair to tar all evangelists with the same brush. Many inspire their followers to be better people — to be kinder to their fellow men and have faith in the Lord. God cannot be bought, nor does he reserve his blessings for those who send money to a TV evangelist. DEAR ABBY: I am being married in the near future. My father is living, but my mother is deceased. However, my mother is with me in spirit all the time. Is there any way I can tactfully acknowledge my mother on my wedding invitations? REMEMBERING MAMA DEAR REMEMBERING: You might identify yourself as the daughter of “Mr. ( ) and the late Mrs. ( ).” It is not usually done, but if it will give you pleasure, I see no reason why you shouldn't do it. DEAR ABBY: About the business of writing a thank-you on the reverse of a cancelled check. What is this world coming to? Anyone who can’t find the time to write a decent thank-you note for a check doesn’t deserve the gift. If it’s just an added gesture while endorsing the check, I take it back, but to dash off a “thanks” on the back of the check and consider that adequate thanks is the pits. In my case, I don’t even receive cancelled checks. All I get is a statement from the credit union, and I imagine that the day is coming when all checks will be handled in that fashion. Thanks for letting me have my say. CHECK-WRITING GRANDMA Public records FELONIES Municipal Court, (David Perkins presiding judge) Joseph Nathan Wheeler, 122 Rodriguez Court, aggravated assault on a peace officer, $2,500 bond. Elden Louis Wagner Jr., Route 5, Box 39-D, New Braunfels, aggravated assault with serious bodily injury, $1,500 bond. Justice of the Peace. Precinct I, (Harold Krueger, presiding) David N. Yeary, Route 2, Box 424, San Marcos, burglary of a motor vehicle, $2,500 bond. Arturo Angel Arizola, 8727 Fredericksburg Road, No. 2016, San Antonio, attempted capital murder, $10,000 bond. Santiago Riojas, 2509 Bittercreek, Austin, unlawfully carrying a weapon on licensed premises, $1,500 bond. DIVORCES County Court-at-I .aw. (D.H. Buchanan, presiding judge) Schumann, Baretta Ann and Raymond Clyde. Giesick, Alice Kopplin and Howard Andrew. Courages, Tammie Lee and Patrick Gordon. Erickson, Deana Sue and Donnie Lee. Reyna, Curty Ann and Gilbert C. 274th District Court, (Fred Moore, presiding judge) Zipp, Diane and Ronald I). Brotze, Mary F. and Gary IL CONVICTIONS 207th District Court, (Robert Pfeuffer, presiding judge) Eddie “Rusty” Vollmer, burglary of a nonhabitation, sentenced to IO years in the Texas Department of Corrections probated. Jesse Sirio Villanueva, driving while intoxicated — subsequent offense, sentenced to one year in the Comal County Jail. 22nd District Court, (Charles Ramsay, presiding judge) Gary J. Brown, possession of a controlled substance methamphetamine, placed on probation for two years. Rosa Cadena, injury to a child, sentenced to five years TDC — probated. Matthew Hannah, burglary of a non-habitation, placed on probation for four years. MARRIAGES County Clerk’s Office Danny Gilmore Leach and Sandra Jean West. Wendelin Frank Eckart and Judith Marie Gifford Henry Dietz and Betty Jean Luehlfing. Reed Watson Scott and Bessie I .aVerne Coventry. Bens. Morales and Patricia A. Allen. Weather Local temperatures Thursday’s high was 62 degrees, followed by an overnight low of 42. Today’s high was expected to reach the upper-60s. Tonight’s low w ill be in the low-40s, and Saturday’s high in the mid-60s. Lake level Canyon I .ake was up to 906.83 feet above sea level Friday morning. It hasn’t been that high since mid-August. Thursday’s level was 906.81 Texas Dense fog covered wide sections of South and Northeast Texas early today, creating hazardous driving conditions and prompting travelers advisories. Fog extended from south of Brownsville to north of the Red River and east of the Sabine River. Some drizzle accompanied the haze along the Rio Grande near McAllen. An isolated patch of fog covered the El Paso area. A band of high clouds stretched across the northern Panhandle. Skies were mostly clear across the rest of Texas. Pre-dawn temperatures were in the 20s across West Texas, in the 80s and 40s over North Central and East Texas and in the 50s and 60s in South Texas. The forecast called for late night and early morning low clouds and fog over wide areas of the state through Saturday. Some drizzle was expected to accompany the fog in the Lower Rio Grande Valley. EYE OPENERS LOW VISION IS NOT BLINDNESS Low vision is a condition of extremely poor sight that cannot be improved by normal corrective spectacles It CAN BE IMPROVED in many cases, by special low-vision aids---prisms, mirrors magnifiers. microscopes and telescopic spectacles A low-vision patient IS NOT BLIND 0- Can a young child have low vision”? A. When low vision occurs in children it is generally congenital. inherited or caused by trauma Usually however, low vision is caused by the diseases of aging macular degeneration (a progressive impairment of the area of sharp vision), retinal diseases cataracts glaucoma and uncontrolled diabetes 0. Even when she wears her glasses my 80-year-old grandmother can't read her newspaper Would low-vision aids help? A. All she may need is a new stronger reading prescip-tion1 It s time for a thorugh eye examination For your information many elderly, low-vision patients resume reading when they are fitted with microscopic lenses To make reading even easier, there are news papers and books that are printed in large type editions Talk to your local librarian Presented as a public service by Dr. Henry Hull 147 Fredericksburg Rd. 625-5716 Horoscope Rocky Molina and Velma Zavala. Leonard Maya and Leea Vasquez. Rubin Stanley Baenziger and Deborah Kay Holder. Dennis Scott Nuhn and Suzanne Lynne Fournier. Robert Medina Davila and Sylvia Palomo Trejo. Thomas Albert Hubble III, and Irene Velasquez. Glenn Alan Hagins and Kristina Ione Frederick. Juan Manuel Valencia and Maria Gonzales. Sipriano Villarreal Trejo and Refugia Morales Sanchez. Ronald Dean Fauset and Betty Jean Miller. Donald Sidney Guenther and Susan Kay Lyngaas. Frank Stephen Cline and Estha Rhae Wooten. Edward James Hicks and Melanie June Miko. Carey Eugene White and Terri I^anell I.ange. Carl Wayne Arthur and Abby Dawn Johnston. Ernest Wayne Jenkins and Wanda I.averne Whitecotton. Jesse Clinton Morrisett and Jeanette Marie Norman. Terry Lee Lambert and Cheryl Lynn Gilpin. Tommy Clyde Haas and Bois Elaine Farnsworth. John Moore Killian and Jessie Allan Bixby. Curtis l,eroy Smith and Cheryl Manning Anderson. Elton Schertz Jr., and Vivian Voelcker Bradfield. John Martin McDonald and Sandra Smithee Meliza. Sydney James Forster Jr., and Katrina Anne Laird. Mike Martinez Jr., and Virginia Olivarez Ynostrosa. Russell Leonard Symlie and Tracy Elizabeth Williams. BIRTHS McKenna Memorial Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Gary C. Rutherford, 206 E. Faust, 7 lh., I oz. boy, Dec. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Jose Robles, P.O. Box 481, McQueeney, 8 lb. girl, Dec. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bosanko, 2904 Highway 90 West,Seguin, 8 lb., 8oz. boy, Dec. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Collins, Route 2, Box 656-M, New Braunfels, 9 lb., I oz. girl, Dec. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hartmann, Route 2, Box 562-F, New Braunfels, 8 lb. boy, Dec. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Baltazar Gonzalez, 541 S. Washington, 8 lb., 2 oz. boy, Dec. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Fuentes, Route 6, Box 401, New Braunfels, 8 lb., 6 oz. boy, Dec. 31. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hatfield, Route 8, Box 592, New Braunfels, 7 lb., 15 oz. girl, Dec. 31. Mr. and Mrs. Paul I^aine, Route 2, Box 552, New Braunfels, 7 lb., IO oz. girl, Jan. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Villarreal, 1893 W. Bridge, 6 lb., 12 oz. girl, Jan. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Shad B. Old Jr., 1415 Gardenia, 8 lh., 4 oz. boy, Jan. 6. Out-of-town Born to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mills of 650 Southeast Terrace, 3 lb., 7 oz. boy, Dec. 20, San Antonio Methodist Hospital. By STELLA WILDER FRIDAY. JANUARY 7 Born today, you are one of those basically outgoing persons who may even so have a difficulty “showing” himself to any but his closest associates and oldest friends. You will accept almost any challenge, thoroughly confident of your ability to meet it successfully. For you have both analytical and creative capabilities and are able to provide whatever variety of approaches, dispositions and/or methods necessary to the particualr occasion. You are especially adept at making adjustments. You possess a strong sense of the dramatic. You like to wait for precisely the right moment to make your move so that, coming upon a given scene neither a whit too early or too late you can make your full impact and command complete attention. Also born on this date are: Vincent Gardenia. actor; Millard Filmore, U.S. President; St. Bernadette of Lourdes. To see what is in store for you tomorrow, find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph. I .et your birthday star be your daily guide. SATURDAY, JANUARY 8 CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) - A matter of self-government makes this a day of decision for you. Take hold of your own destiny. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) - Go back to what you first say or did today that pleased you. This determines your direction. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) Red tape may cause delays when it comes to getting a new project off the ground. Cut it if you can. ARIES (March 21-April 19) — Financial matters are uppermost in your mind today. Even so, make some decisions on other grounds! TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — Discuss purpose and motive with one whom you hope to gain as a partner before the month is out. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Creative projects take time and attention. If you can’t give them both, delay the proceedings. CANCER (June 21-July 22) — What another tells you for your own good may actually be only for HIS own good. Be judgemental now. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — Be willing to commit yourself to new methods of operation that promise to speed the advent of results. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — So long as you refuse to be intimidated, you should be able to make progress — slowly and surely. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)    Plans take shape slowly today — but certainly! Concern yourself with the character of the whole, not the part. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21)    The promise of money may be only that! Don’t set your heart on material support while it is yet invisible! SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Provide for your own defense. Don’t expect others to say for you the words you can say best for yourself. Km« your rijktt ft prMWfii? CMI TIII VA OfFICt TOO AY TOU FREE Herald-ZeHung Taylor Communications Inc (USPS T77 RBOi lf you have not received your paper by 5 30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday or by 7 30 a rn Sunday, call 625 9144 or 658 1900 by 7 p.m. and 11 a m., respectively. Published Sunday morning and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S Casten Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78130 Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S Casten Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78130 Dave Kramer ..............General    Manager Claude Scruggs.................Publisher Elnora Kraft ................Office    Manager Robert Johnson ....................Editor Ted Winter.............Advertising Director Don Avery..............Circulation    Manager Carol Avery............Photocornp    Foreman Wanda Lasater...........Kaleidoscope    Editor Kari Mitchell..................Sports    Editor Scott Haring...................Wire    Editor Subscription Hut* s In Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco and Kendall Counties: 3 months,    $8.55;    6    months,    $15; one year, $27. In Texas: 6    months,    $24,    one    year, $45 Out of state: 6 months, $30; one year, $50. Senior Citizens Discount In Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Bexar, Blanco and Kendall Counties: 6 months, $12, one year, $22 Postmaster: Send address changes to P O Drawer *361, New Braunfels, TX 78130 Local woman hurt in Wednesday wreck Two young women were treated and released from McKenna Memorial Hospital Wednesday after a traffic accident on Texas 46. a p -proximately 2.5 miles south of Clear Spring. Romell Phillips of Seguin w as picked up by the New Braunfels Emergency Medical Service. Cathy Gallon of Herald Office Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8:30-5:00 New Braunfels arrived at McKenna by another route. Neither suffered critical injuries. The accident occurred at8:19a.m. CARPET CLEANING 625-3477 943 N. WALNUT BRONCO’S NO COVER ★STORMY^ FRIDAY, JAN. 7 .LONE STAR . * COUNTRY * SATURDAY. JAN. 8 HAPPY HOUR 2-9 •Draft 65‘ • L-Neck 85‘ •Call 95* • Well 75' IH 35 @ McQueeney Exit Courtyard Center    625-8133 MRS. ANN For the first time in this area. SPIRITUALIST - READER AND ADVISOR IN ALL PROBLEMS OF LIFE J CANDLELIGHT * READING She wilt give you device on love marriage *    business    transaction    of    all    kinds    Are    you    sick9    Are TAROT CARD * READINGS * ♦ * * j*-    y    vju    uu<    iiuscu    occ    IYH    a    m    ii    i    ai    iu    y    uui    uuuuics    v>    iii    uc    uvi    i :    772 W. Court - Seguin 379-9865 : J    All readings are private and confidential    it V itA ★ AA ★ ★ ★ it ★ it it ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ it ii it it it it k kit it it it Wit it it it it it iP ATTENTION JAMES GREIN CO. FULLY COMPUTERIZED FINANCIAL SERVICES BOOKKEEPING - TAX RETURNS MANAGERIAL ASSISTANCE 358 LANDA STREET NEW BRAUNFELS TX 78130 TELEPHONE (512) 629 3894 has recently Sewing the New Braunfels area since 1^74 moved into new offices. We would like to thank the people of New Braunfels for making our business a success We are expanding our services and look forward to serving more of you soon. Please give us a call for information regarding our new flat rate bookkeeping charge Thank you. James Groin Ile in Braunfels national Bank invites you to listen to Reflections - A backward glance at where we in Comal County have been and where we are now Sunday Mornings at 9 a.m. on KGHB, 1420 AM. Sunday, January 9, Featuring JIM & SHIRLEY WILSON Co-Sponsored by ^Braunfels lOOO North Walnut Lobby Hours Monday Thursday 9 3 friday 9b Dnva Thru Hours Monday friday 3 6 Saturdn, H I I ,H    I    Ok    I    I - banking your dapostts rnsurad to HOO OOO by the    |    |C#lI    I    [j/\    K    1 Deposit Insurance Corporation Phone 626 HSU 7    XP tortmwHiwmin min JUJU Awaiting adoption These two friendly-looking pooches are looking for a new home —their current residence is the Humane Society Animal Staff photo by Cindy Richardson Shelter on Kuehler Avenue. Come by the shelter to reserve your pet. The shelter also accepts strays or unwanted animals. ;