New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 6, 1983, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 06, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 6, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas r-    r    _    _    •__S ta* ptHJtoi br Jot>n Sin tm' Faces of mourning Paula DeHertera and Juan Espinoza wear ex pressions of sadness during Wednesday s Mass for the unborn child of Mrs Ruben Sauceda who died when struck by William Savage's car last fall. 2A New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Friday, May 6, 1983 DeLemos, Hanson win Merit scholarships Two more local students are amon^ 2.000 recipients of college-sponsored four year Merit Scholarships, according to the last of three announcements made by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation < NMHC) James A Delo»moa, a senior at New Braunfels High School, and Carolyn M Hanson, a senior at Canyon High School, w ere the two Both plan to attend the University of Texas at Austin where DeLemos plans to go Into law and Hanson plans to study computer science and accounting Among his high school activities, DeLemos was president of the National Honor Society, named outstanding academic student by the Optimist Club and served on the Student Council, For four years he played football and was named to All-District, belonged to the Herman Club for four year, debate team for two years. Youn Men's Bible study for four years and National Honor Society for two years. Hanson a high school activities (and offices heldi Included two years on the drill team (of which she served as major I. a member of the National Honor Society for two years (secretary), four years in the German Club, four years In her church youth group, and a two-year member of the pep squad (first lietenant). She was also named teenager of the month at Canyon High School, was a member of the U I L one act play cast and came In second In UIL District ready writing competition Hanson was also named to the school's honor roll M**rtt Scholarship winners will receive between Si.OOO and Sfc.OOO over four years of undergraduate study at the college or university financing t h «* I r awards The scholarships are sponsored by 190 U S higher education Institutions, of which 66 percent are private and 34 percent are public Located In more than 40 states, the sponsor colleges have committed $9 million for the awards announced. Over one million high school Juniors from 18,600 schools entered the 28th National Merit Scholarship Program by taking a qualifying test 18 months ago. I^ast fall, at the beginning of their senior year, about 15.000 of the participants were designated semifinalists and recognized publicly, the number named In each of the 50 states represented about half of I percent of the state's graduating senior class Approximately 13.500 of the semifinalists who met a number of additional requirements and the academic standards of the rigorous competition advanced to finalist standing Only finalists competed for scholarships and every Merit Scholar was chosen from this highly able group of young men and women Luck may runout for street repair bids By DYANNE FRY Staff writer Garden Ridges 1983 street Improvement projects take runoff and drainage into account That, plus the fact that con tractors arr* finding work more easily than they did last year, could put the bids In a much higher range, said City Knglneer Craig Holding But he reminded the council, "we don’t have to take any of the birls lf we don't Uke them ' "The last three years we’ve been real lucky," said the engineer at Wednesday night 'n meeting "We girt some Im pavements to our streets that came in real cheap I don't think Garden Ridge roundup we ll be that lucky again " Hollmlg said he would ask permission to advertise for bids next month He estimates the price for renovating three streets will he (28,(MMI to $30,000. or possibly more Plans call for the Installation of three 36 Inch pqn* culverts on Garden Ridge Drive, and similar culverts on Bluebell and On rhona The long range plan was to work on the (xirtinn of Fairview Circle that was not completed last year But the council decided Bluebell and Cinchona needed work right away. especially considering the Increased water runoff that s expected to occur when development starts on Forest W aters Subdivision The council felt that after one more year, the latter two streets might be tis> far gone for a seal coating job lo do any gtssi The city ran up on an unex peeled expense when Conn cllmember Nell Cralgmlle an nouneed that the government lawn mower broke down In the park last month, and would take approximately $1.200 to fix "We took It to a dealer, and we just learned that there's a con muting rod shattered, and damage to the crank shaft The nuts and bolts of It Is. that engine Is shot You can forget it," ('raigmile said That kind of money isn't In the budget, but council members could think of no alternative to fixing the mower "The park has got to be maintained," said ('raigmile And he said the city had pretty much exhausted the |M>Msthtllty of asking for voiun leers to work with their own equipment "That park has eaten a lot of lawn mowers," Cralgmlle said Council decided to fix the one it has Member Bobble Landrum in charge of parks, told City 'I reusurer Charlie Jordan he could take half the cost out of her budget and half from Craigmlle's street budget "It s going to blow it. either way,” Jordan said There s some giMsl news on the cable television front STAR Cable informed Councllmember David Hem shel on April 27 that It hoped to start stranding next week. and could possibly turn Its new system on and start hooking up customers by Sept I STAR got a city franchise late last fall, and has been doing preliminary work for the past few months The Ferguson Map Company has promised to deliver Its product within three weeks Planning and Zoning Chairman Bob Kolstad said there was a snag    Forest    Waters sub division is supposed to be on that map. but the final plat hasn t been filed yet Developer Ben Barranco said he was waiting un final engineering specs, so that water and drainage easements could be Included ut the plat However, the streets and lot lines are set, and he promised to get together with F erguson so Blat those things can be placed properly on the map Musically head on" was how a state highway tr«s>|>er described the crash that killed Comal County Sheriff s Deputy Gary I >on Byrd Trooper Dun Butts said Byrd's vehicle, headed west toward 1’Ijm* Creek on Texas 16. had left the road on a curve, skidding a little way onto the right shoulder When he pulled It back onto the pavement, he apparently lost control, crossed his lane and hit th** left front end of an eastbound vehicle driven by 50 year old Damon Lee of Helotes Both men w ere driving Chevrolet pickups Byrd, 33. was thrown from his truck, and was pronounced dead at the scene by a Bandera County Justice of the Peace Lee a retired Navy officer. Is listed In serious but stable condition at WI I ford Hall Hospital on lackland Air Force Base The accident occurred at ap proximately 9pm Wednesday. six tenths of a mile east of Pipe Creek A sheriff s department spokesman said Byrd was off duty at the time The 33 year old deputy had been with the department for more than a year, and was a member of the Comal County SWAT Team Ills fellow officers will serve us honorary pallbearers at his funeral ser vice, set for 2 30 p rn Saturday at the Bulverde Baptist Church He will be buried In Peaceful Gar dens Memorial Park at Lubbock on Monday morning Byrd leaves a wife. Kaye, a daughter, I .ii Nee sa and a son. Cary, all of Canyon laike Other survivors Include his mother, litis Caldwell and his grand mother, hostel Shade of Lubbock, four sisters, Linda lYirtner and Lynn Pierson of Lubbock Patricia Byrd of Wichita F'alls and Norma Nash of Jourdanton, and three brothers. Ixiyd and Scott of Lubbock and Mike of Abilene He was born In Spur. Texas on Feb 8. 1950 and belonged to the Bulverde Baptist Church Regular pallbearers will In elude Johnny Kubacak, Pat McCarty. Gilbert Villarreal, Greg Kubacak Jarret Monahan and W alt Sumner Horoscope Middle school bands fare well BY STELLA WILDER FRIDAY. MAY 6 Born today, you possess an Insatiably Inquiring nature There is nothing that goes on — whether In your partalcular world or out side of It — about which you do not feel th** need to know precisely what. where, when. why. how and w ho Your ability to put two and two togther enables you to gain twice as much "mileage" from only half as much Information as others might need to go the same mental distance You are emotionally stable, even though you are inclined to take every fear, every Joy. pain or pleasure seriously To see what Is in store for you tomorrow find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph Let your birthday star be your dally guide S ATI MMY. 'I Al 7 TAI III X (April in \la\ JO)    Make yourself comfortable while you walt This Is a day when nothing and no one appears In a hurry (■I MIM i Mal ii June 20) Make progress on an intellectual plane, even though you may not be able to clarify things emotionally < AX I It (June ii -lull iii Rest content in th** knowledge that you have don** your best to make th** most of a very |»o**r start LM) ( lull 13 tug. iii sn* k to your original goals and all should go well today Concern yourself with making .* good Im pression A INGO (tug. tS Sept. ii i Pass on In formation that might be useful to others Not to share It may be to forfeit a friendship later I.IHIt t (Sept. i-’t Oft. ii ) Make finer your needs as well as your desires You may have time today to rearrange the tmmedtage future SCORPIO (Od. it No\ ii) Give respect w here It Is clin* On th** other hand, refuse even ti* |>ay lip service to an unworthy cause S ABUT ARII H (Nm. ii IN*, ii) Rash information is yours today lf you are w illing to work to gain It FIffort yields results < U KK OKS (Der. ii Jan. IM) Make an effort to commercialize on a hitherto un profitable profit You can make gains by evening \t|i AKI! s (Jan in Fell. PO Your In lunation toward reserve may make others think you aloof Pls< is ( Kell. IM March id) A ceopcratlve attitude both impresses superiors and gains the respect of coworkers AKIFH (March ii \prll IM) Fame and fortune may elude you, but respect and ad miration within your own community c**r tainly do not' New Braunfels Middle School seventh and eighth grade bands will present a fr**** concert at the Civic Center Tuesday The bands, directed by Al Fnglish and Fat Solomon, will perform their concert numbers used at the recent contest at Alamo Heights _ In addition to a variety of music Both bands won the "Sw >. *‘pstak»*s‘ award at their contest by receiving a first division in both concert and sight reading divisions Sixty hands from th** San Antonio area entered th** contest New Braunfels Middle School was the only school to receive two sweepstakes trophies Finch band entered < most schools entered two bands) in the contest could have gotten a division I In concert and a division I In sight reading A total of Ho division I ratings were possible and there were im division I ratings given In this contest in both concert and sight reading Stocks (ta M Ii I* Mel « I dei ll ft* I e a JJS HS HS lilliilCl US HS I) III Ira lid ti* f MI HS lh AIS Sdtaiy I KS Ha us tai Ci t lls Ms ll (ti ■ ll HS H HS Simi tiM Iii KS irs i 11 ll I US I* • St* till MS IJS MS lenin! ll HS its I a ■ em I 4 IS IS Indol US HS US SHUM (IS * its lac ut ll • IIS lls (•MMI ll US us lute Cr HS HS lls I' I Cl* < ll . 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MS HS rill ■ all KS KS KS ■«lt|l ll lls irs ll • ii* I It His ill* KIS ICI KS HS KS lee ti ll lls ii Appraisal District panel meets tonight An {*d inn com mlttee set up to examine the Comal County Appraisal I Mstrict w ill meet at 7 tonight in the district office — hopefully fur the last time, said chairman Charles I A" w is The group held Its organizational meet mg on April 27 Member have peril the past week and a half looking into various aspects of the appraisal district operation, and will review their findings tonight After that, Lewis hopes they will come up with a recommendation to present to the district's Board of I lire* tors on May 16 The committee c o mains    a representative from each of th** ll governments served by the appraisal district Most have been in corita* t with Lewis. the State Property Tax Board in Austin and Chief Appraiser Glen n B rucks during the Week John Phillips was by this morning," Hrucks said Monday, referring to th** City • if Garden Bldg** representative He has sent written data on salaries and personnel to FI VS Neuse t.ix assessor for the Comal in dependent School District; and was expecting a Friday confer ** n c e    wit h Maggie Lubtanskl of Selma The committee's bisk was to look Into the general operation of the appraisal district, and make suggestions • o«i*mtai twos • OKO CO SN • MUHIC HAUK* TCI (THONI (512) 629-6193 rZZZZZZZ2Z2ZZ2Z Welcome to our Deputy's funeral Saturday TIX TS. KAS UB f» PA CO. Come See Our Dtspiay of Spas and Hot Tubs 140 Ut CASTUI mm m rn' o fin rn. 62* 1500 Tha    risk of developing cancer increases with aga depends on Ii tasty la and parson*! tami/y medic a I history The    A mar re an Cancer Society urges everyone to talk    to their physician and learn about the risk factors safeguards cancer and tor \ Herald-Zeitung I ay lo* Continuo** aliens lo* (USPS 37 / SSO lf you have not ***> etved you* p.»(>«■* by *> kl pm Tuesday tfwouqn friday n* ii* 7 to am Si,ixia, • ill 62S 9144 or UsxI ( , 7 p - ■ ti 1 Him, respectively Published Sunday morning and Tuesday Wednesday Thursday and Irida* afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co IB*> S C astel! Aye New Braunfels IX 78130 Sr intl class postal)*' pad at New Br loot**    Mn i t Publishing Co, 18b S Casted Aye New Braunfels TX 78130 Dave Kramer Claude Scruggs I loofa Kraft Robert Johnson Pete I ewis Cberyl Met implied Don Avery Carol Avery Los Libel Roland Kraft Wanda I asale* Kart Mitt bell Si oil Haring Genera* Manager Publisher Cfh. i• Man.ii|rr I di tut Belar Advertising Manager Classified Manager C'Mulohor Manage' Photo* ump foreman Press foreman Print Shop f or cr nan Kaletdov op** Editor Sports I ditor Wire I 11*I«ar Subs* rip hon Bates In Comal Guadalupe Hays Blanco and Kendal Counties 3 months $8 bb b months Db one year $27 In Te*as 6 months $24 one year $4b Out of state 6months $30 on* year $b0 Senior Citizens Dts< cunt In Comal Guadalupe Hays B*».ir Blan* and Kendall Coonties 6 months $12 one year $22 Postmaster Send address i flanges to P 0 Du.*.**' fbi New Braunfels TX 78130 Garden of Savings. 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