New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 26, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 26, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 26, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Cruisin' New Braunfels, see Page IB New Braunfels Vol 134 No 144 New Braunfels Herald Publtsb>ng Company 707 Landa St New Braunfels Texas 78 3( LISPS i 7 800) Sunday July 26. 1987 50 Cents Four Sections 42 Pages Shelter needs our time and support Barbara Manthey ha" her work cut out tor her >he has a whole house to furnish Not a hou"*- for herself but a house for as man;* a' six needy . hildren and their huusoparent Alant hey is a member of the ( hildren s Emergency Shelter s troard of directors and is chair man of the drive to furnish the new > .^quired shelter She is in charge of finding everything need cd for the house from the pots and pans in the kitchen to beds and crib' and the sheet* that go on then. Before "he can even try to take donation of furnishing" she said "he needs volunteer" to stay at the "heller to collet t items I need people who would tie willing to volunteer to go and sit at the house to receive donations I m going to call churches civ ic groups and everyone I can think of to get pen pie to volunteer she said The shelter at MT VA Bridge w ill tie open from lo a m to t p rn Mondays through Fridays and 9 a rn to 4 p rn ’saturday •‘Those are the hours we will be open and those are the hours we need pee pie she said adding that volunteers can work for just an hour or two at a time if that is all the time they can spare The Emergency Children's Shelter is seeking a In ense from j the state lo care for as many as six children at a time The shelter is expected to open as soon as possible possiblv w ithm weeks Children from infants to age IO w.U be able to stay at the shelte? on a temporary basts after being removed from their homes Twin beds cribs and all kinds of children s toys are needed Kit chen appliances as well as a washer and dryer are needed    | Linens dishe" and silverware also are needed Person> wishing to volunteer ai the shelter or to donate items may contact Manthev at 629-6181 West End drainage grant sought from federal HUD On the corner Childrens shelter Herb Mark produced the stamm-tisi h above \Se reallv like it and it is a possible contender for a repeat appear ince but all are nice to have and reuse from time to time Herb call Harold or Jim at ej.> 9144 to ar range for vour lunch courtesy of Harold Zeitung \nd anyone else out there who can draw or even if just fake it well "end your drawing of a stammtisch table to Harold " Siam mti"ch Search TUT Lamia St Nevi Braunfels Texas THI to We'll use em all vainer or later Marriage Cive and l ake and Suicide and the Adolse* enl are the topics of workshops spoittared bv Hill Country Hospital Aug 4 anti irs,*" nvelv Marriage will beheld from T to 9 p rn Aug 4 and deals with learning to accept disap pointments and practical ways of improving lev lsion making between married couples suicide wilt be from 8 a rn to 4 p rn and lunch will be available The workshop will deal with recognizing signal" of SUK idai intentions ways to in terrene and practical "kills Both seminars are at 8305 Palisades l>rive lave oak Texas of! IMH For more information i ail ros ‘Hag- a reality because of local support By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer The creation of the Comal County Children " Shelter tomes too late for five Coma! < ounty children w ho were removed from their homes last month because child abuse wa" threatening their lives But within a matter of weeks the young children in Comal County will have a place to turn during emergen cie" The Emergency Children’s Shelter of ( amal County is a reality and while it is not open yet volunteers are praising the community spin! that created it Only 14 months ago New Braunfels resident Barry A son ie led this county needed a shelter for young children in trouble and he has worked since then to make if possible The emergency Children s Shelter board of directors appointed in April to create a shelter has entered into an agreement to rent a house at KC VV Bridge Allison said the shelter will open as soon as possible * As soon as we've g*t our license and our ad ministrator we will tie reedy to ’ake in children he said The shelter board is hiring a professional administrator and house parent Before the shelter may open the board must own have a license from the state to care for children in a foster home situation The Texas Department of Human Services removed five Comal County children from their home" n June because their lives were in danger Three of those cases involved physical abuse and two involved sexual abuse While five children were considered to have their lives in danger nine other children were the victims of abuse either physical or sexual that did not warrant a life threatening situation last month Three children were found to be the victims of emotional abuse or neglect during June In 1986 the Texas I>epartmeni of Human Services investigated JUT reports of alleged child abuse in Comal County Of that number 55 See SHELTER Page2A Warm nights and hot after noon* is the word (rom weather forecasters for the New Braunfels area Sunday ami into the beginmg ut the week A remote chance of isolated afternoon and even mg thundershowers is includ ed Highs w ill be in tho low to mid 90s with low* in the mid Tus with light southerly winds The Menu ACTIVITIES    SA BUSINESS    6    7A CLASSIFIED    7    I IB COMICS .......bB CROSSWORD    3A DEAR ABBY ...... SA EDUCATION .......5 A ENTERTAINMENT    10A KALEIDOSCOPE    I    12B OPINIONS ................4A SPORTS    12    13A Greater Ne* Braunite" i hamper of < ommerce board of directors meets at noon Monday in hruu-a " i ale on Caste!! Mreei Bring *4 TS kit the meal «>ur own l*eryi Clark and Tim W aits are gonna pa rd ti spat* in the Donkey Baseball game Wednesday (homing ceremonies are from 7 to m ami game tune is 8 to 9 p rn a’ I nu urn Baseball Diamond The game sponsored bv SH Paris Department ami oak i rest Inn t on v ales, ent Center wui tienefit < vstn T ibros*" ami will he played by two teams The Wk a1 celebrities also in (dude John Cav ne and Don f* el guson from BN B I Hadlo Ti*.IX Htxjue from New Bruunfets Collie I •epartment Mark Peltier from the parks department Mayor Pro lorn Ka mon I Napa Jr DPb Trooper Jim "hea ( any »n High hi frau. prin < ipu. VA ii. hneg amt CHS vie* prm i ip ai Thomas t annon The former pro team Includes Antonio Spurs J ame" Mias Paul Griffin i ik y Dtetru k Mike Gale and Put \tiurg Steeier Bon stebouwer Met* ami Dodgers i ak her Jerrv Grok ami LA Ham defensive back lk<ug sc arborough rickets will tie sold at the gate i< r S t ii) for adults and high "ih*ul students 12 *o for grade school students and free for children » arui under so head on out and watch the local celebs make donkeys of themselves Two filmmakers from L A have just moved to New Braunfels aiui are intere"te«l rn the stories of Hill t ountry women said Marian Jones VAe want to hear tile Stories of those women who Uke the oak tree" are such a strong fieuutlful ami integral part of the *. ountry ll you. your mother or someone you know has a story to tell Menan OI her partner Ian* Ann Terne) call them at 48JI and you might become a part of the documentary they plan to make of this advert ture A Friday night gathe* q at ’he Plaza Tomm* _**•    -    *• Hetnz Sbawn Rust p *    •    - an J Nea La.*.*    *    I    '*    .. a ride to show ut ck 'OSS Ne a Bec. V ■" .*• diking cts of*er the best id greet after most other ut. losed See Trav s E Pohng s Nan- s photographs on Page B. DAUD VA! SUM Wr tt>f l ily officials last week mucin**1. plan" u Mn competitive f<**i«-ra grant mony to alleviate VA est lr ii drainage problems The i tty used or iv target!**! repair areas within its ap pin altun hoping that formula would mprove the city > fortunes or ► thereof    a" staff hopes the    ' a-|» ti    ti* New    Braunfels ft at    iv ess    fegf standard of living as a we . ru.mes it a less than lls cly t an iid.de for i ommunitv Development I nick Grants when sr oinpektiun with such tmpover ishe*: « urn mu: a ties a" Cotulla and T lot ess lilt The most the city could tv}*** t at one time from a blocs giant t ss oho while recognized me or West End drainage problem" h.iv* estimated repan costs of i. * tnt ti rant    application is    to blier a Department of Housing    »    ’    rn. • Development NBISD tries parental class attendance as suspension option .ou d M*ek transfer" of funds from w thin the city " get.**: a! funds He "aid it will be ’mportant to - gnate improvements throughout ii wn to ti* incufpor ate.1 into any bond ssut* if hts own t "tm t > *<• "'and a * .tv mat * t fiance of -* * mg long <waited drainage : * pa.r" com *• ••*. i «    ap.-, .t v *>se«2 West 1 -ier scooperation during the city v g ti * appiit'ation pro* **"' w ‘ten door to door i anv aroer s request >uch per Set- GRANT Page 2A A chorus line A recent change rn the New Braunfels ISI) discipline manage nient plan could have a levi moms and dads sitting Through classes at New Braunfels High Si bool Under the flew provisions of a plan adopted by N HIS I > s board **f trustees earlier thro week students facing three day suspensions from school can avoid that punishment if one of their parent" will spend the day w ith them at school Members of the Superintendent s Teacher Advisory Go III HI it tee originally recommended the policy change The committee is composed of faculty representatives from each campus The change in the district s discipline management plan enables campus administrators to offer parents an option to having their children suspended from school Before the change in the plan students guilty of serious offenses -ut h as being und«*i the influence or distribution of or using marijuana alcohol or any other prohibited sutMance on si boul propers for the first tune were subject ti* suspension or depending on the serum m ss of the offense expulsion I rider the terms of the district s discipline management plan students involved in serious disciplinary offenses may be remov ed to alternative eduction programs When a student is recommended for a three day suspension, the ad ministrator can decided whether or not to replace the suspension with a one day parent s v isit During the day the parent ii at school with the student, the parent would follow the child to each class and lo lunch Under the terms of the revised discipline plan, the alter native punishment will be allower! only for the first ser ious disciplinary v loiation Joan Slocum's New Braunfels Dance Studio will travel to Las Vegas Monday and Tuesday for the National Competition of Dance Studios Last Tuesday s benefit performance was the last local appearance of the troops before the trip These girls dancing in the parish hall at Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church are an example of the dancers that will compete tor top national honors in Nevada See Rosemarie Gregory's story on Page UA in today's Heraid-Zeitung ;

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