New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 26, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 26, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 26, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas 'Hispanics in Texas' series begins today on Vf New Braunfels iii Now Braunfels, loxes One Section, 12 Pages Vol 134, No 107 May 26, 198/ 7S Cents L Stamnitisch Saragosa relief effort r I We made a mistake in Sunday’s Stnmmtisch In an item about a Nt w Hraunfelser completing Tex, v Dup (merit of Public Safety train my -vc referred to the MI’S ranks .is among the first and brightest in Te«uiS la v enforcement and added tiiit our own New Braunfels Police Department is to shoddy We me,nit to say our own police depict merit is not too shoddy In fact public information and crime pi* vention officer Martin Mayer Monday received a Bespeed bu I aw Award b; Nev, I. nutlets Optlmis «, (lob ... <> uiifer White of Canyon Bake .. been chosen to receive not one b wo st bolar ships to attend bout ii west Texas State Unviersity .Jennifer has just completed tier se <*r year in Bobcat Band The Mr I ronald Wright Scholarship for f utuie leathers is awarded on the bas,-, of excellent e in the study of Kngbsh whit** the other is for plain OI b gh level scholastic achieve m» a Bo*ii awatds are for the I'm/ uh school year Jennifer is in tfie* norms program at SWTSI with an ovi i rd I grade point aver age of \ an site is n I ok > honors graduate front Srirrthson V alley High School, ;r former New Braunfels Junior Miss *• iiti is the daughter of Virginia White arid the late 'I homos J vVhiu fie? grandmother is Bet ma recti of < aoyon I .ike s udents from kindergarten through high school can once ag.i register for I ( an” classes sp*.*i oi eit Ivy Community Service Per rer Hasses are held two tit' e • et k during June and July ( irrlculum includes motivation •.ell esteem, building relationships [ki‘ 'ive attitude development. n t dircttion and goal setting Tuition t ! for studenfs through ftie st grade $20 for tturd grade and up /Ul ( lases are in the Community * eider 202 K South, except fos fifth and sixth grade classes r- he held 1. ■ PII.utheran f »t, , < r orcb meat is limited t ail «?» ii cr tor tiuttiei information Our special magazine, (,ra cai lion 87” happens this Thursd.t St holarships graduating cia>s tines etc all will tie included VS ally Stahl county nervier officer for texas Veterans Commission .ays applications are available for the 1087 Coots Veterans Me unrial Scholarship, which provide - r. on than WHMXX! to the sons and daughters of American veteians \ppii. ations are available in ffie* t omal County Service (ifti* e in Hie i curt house Annex Suite '.un or ny wilting the fund offices .it P O Box 7529. Wtieling Iii (j<x»9(i or yin an call toll free (SOO) 49COOKS deadline is July I New Braunfels High School choir will hold the final concert of th** 1980 87 school year tonight in the school s cafetorium I he concer t begins at 7 to p rn and will feature sola* by some of this year s senior singer s Watch out if you re going out for a day at the lake Bake wind advisories are in effect today with southeasterly winds of 15 20 mph Skies will he partly cloudy and wmdv and highs will be in the upper 80s Tonight W'i’l K mostly cloudy with a low near 70 and winds from the south at 10-15 mph Wednesday Alb ?»• a typically blah dav with partly cloudy skies and a 20 percent chance of thundershowers The high will be in the upper 80s and winds will Im* from the south near 15 mph The Menu CLASSIFIED. .    10    12 COMICS     7    8 CROSSWOR y    ..    .9 DF AP ABB ...    8 INSIGHT OPINION* ............ 4 SPORTS.................6 hon Foods Manager Ivan Schaefer puts up sign soliciting h dp ♦or the victims of a tornado thai destroyed the hamlet 0f Saragosa last //©ok (Photo by Beryl Clark) Comal area residents helping storm victims ew Braunfels and < omal ( nuritv 1* sidents are snaring with Hie t»(*ople (rf Saragosa as that community struggles to recover from a tornado that left 29 people dead and the town in shambles Friday Houston Boswell said the response to requests tor donations has been overwhelming He and bis wife Bin da Boswell have set up collection Cations at Penn Foods on Interstate .* and at Country Boy Foods in Sat tier We ve had such a fantastic response to it We ll take anything Hie people want to donate fur niture food dishes We’ve had a really good response Boswell said He added that the disaster relief sta bon also will ac ept ( ash The Boswells will leave Thursday morning on their wav to I he devastated eornmunitv They will take two trucks full of donations with them Mr Boswell said he and his wife were planning a garage sale un til thev learned of the tornado and decided to give their items to the vie tons instead After they couldn’t find anyone around here taking donations for the tornado victims, th*- decided to begin an effort thenisol yes For more information ihout the disaster relief effort all the Boswells at 820 *0o9 Saragosa buries ifs dead after disaster S AB AGOS A Texas AP Thousand* of people, joined with the residents of this tiny community to day to bury 17 of those killed in the Friday tornado that destroyed the town and left little hut faith on w hich to rebuild Sixteen caskets with 17 bodies one holding a mother md her baby were lined ii two rows by scores of pallbearers in the tittle Saragosa cemetery Bishop Raymond Pena of the Ft Paso dioce ,e reminded the mourners that while their church had t*een dc- tToyed in the storm its foundation w as intact The foundation of your faith is equally intact Pena said Tin that we will nuild the new community of Saragosa ” He said the Catholic Diocese of F! Paso would work with the state to provide financial aid to survivors My commitment is total I will do ever .vining I tan to be of assistance to you ” the bishop said amid concern that the Hispanic fanning eommuiw ty of 150 may be too impoverished to qualify for federal aid Pena said he would talk to Gov Bill Clements when he arrives today and also will write President Reagan apout aid to the survivors of the storm, which killed 29 including six children, and injured more than 120 As the funeral began today, a line of priests arrayed in white led the bishop to a flatbed truck from which the Mass was said Farber, earth moving equipmentNBISDschedule, 'weak' parents truancy B/ SARAH DUKE Staff Wr iter Parents inability to ex**rt onbol on ?• and t ie New Braunfels v hool (listen? * school schedule combine to crc-it* * * - r« C ampos NBBSD s truancy off 1 cr Campos whose job if is to keep -• that while parents sack of - intro! ,v**r ic. • the major cause of truancy among '.tud*-?.' . district s own sctwhde ' poor..' ’ • ; Braunfels elemental schools beg am well after most working pa cots f . * *• The problem created bv the «** -    >    <    t that many working parents (. moot ,c .re ca child care and are forced to eave ti* v «< t alone in the mornings It's a real problem ( ampo< said refer scheduling difference . •• pm ^ .. .. ‘ You can pay any day care center take a child to school ’ she adnTd charge about S2 a day for transport month That charge is quite large 'or make ends meet especially rn e children she said For families living orig disc* * students miss the school bus fr *-the kids miss the bus they st;, recourse A lot of times when >:• ask them why Johnny didn f come I don't know. I left before he was up{ I guess it’s a problem because * work in town ' ( arnpos sad The truant officer est mr. ced 'ha! pa ring New B ving rn* I childn imilies vith se\CISD sets commem ornents See Related Stones Page 9 gouged 12 grave sized pits cit of the little cemetery Some of the bodies were to be buried in nearby Balmorhea Among those digging the graves for today s burial was Beeves County Commissioner Ishmaei Dutchover Climbing down from his bat khoe, he said “I know all these people They're dear friends of mine These people now have nothing but each other.” Reeves County sheriff Haul Florez, said on Monday He estimated damage at $ 4 million State Rep Barry Don Shaw chare -terized the town as resembling photographs from Hiroshima The first funerals were in Pecos Monday for a 25-year old woman and ber son who were buried a day after whatwnuld have been the boy s first birthday Bater Monday, more than I out) mourners filled the school gym nasium in Balmorhea to pray for the dead and for those who survived The men s choir of Santa Rosa Catholic Church in Pecos sang hymns in Spanish including “One Day at a Time ” Pena and the Rev Ralph Bar ranger, the local pastor led families and friends of the victims in the rosary “My heart is rent,” said Pena who had visited with families in school See SARAGOSA Page 2 Commencement exercise iv* been set for bot! (-xii im, sc bool s Canyon High St (hmm ne moi s a graduate Friday while toe mu s>. Valley High School * .s * graduate Saturday At Canyon High con memoir cr exercises will begin af - p ?• u Cougar Stadium wit!, ir rn ed ad mission In case of indented' weather the prog-am Ail- -,** no.-to the gymnasium with idn, - n* b ticket only The Rev liar * /irk. p »r the First Method st < I. h , vs* * Braunfels win deliver the .a* calaureate address and honors ad dresses will Im* given bv he? Rinsed valedictory ar and (• ire- vt thor salufatorian Music will be p* vuled by members of the ( ai High School band and heir Principal Will Krieg will cert fy th* cass for graduation ann pr*--n*a lion of diplomas * ill be b I .* Goodson, president of t ta* Cl sd boar of trustee, Commencement speaker a Smithson Valley High St hoc w * State Rep Fain and Kuempel graduate of Tex a Lutheran Co > g* Kuempel serve, ..strict 16 wha I a eludes ( omal, Guadalupe and ac: dab counties Fleeted rn ;‘>H2 ai . elected in 1984 and 1988 Kueinp* ha Flying high Austin youth fractures skull whet* falling f» n« niH*#ip bod Hosp [tate, Eagle Scout an mund Kuempel pins an tag.* o ,un . Bart Wynn in a ceremony at the F -'v lir ted ithe ;

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