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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 26, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Crufsin New see Page 1B New Braunfels 144 New Braunfels Herald Publishing 707 Landa New Braunfels Herb Mark produced the stamm tlsch We really like It and It is a possible contender for a repeat but all are nice to have and reuse from time to call Harold or Jim at 6259144 to ar range for your lunch courtesy of Harold And anyone else out there who can or even If just fake It send your drawing of a stammtisch table to Harolds Stam mtisch 707 Landa New Texas Well use em all sooner or Marriage Give and Take and Suicide and the Adolsecent are the topics of workshops sponsored by Hill Country Hospital 4 and Marriage will be held from to 9 4 and deals with learning to accept disap pointments and practical ways of Improving decisionmaking between married Suicide will be from 8 to 4 and lunch will be The workshop will deal with recognizing signals of suicidal ways to in tervene and practical Both seminars are at 8205 Palisades Live off For more call 659 Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce board of directors meets at noon Monday in Krauses Gate on Castell Bring for the Our own Deryl Clark and Tim Walts are gonna participate in the Donkey Baseball game Opening ceremonies are from 7 to 8 and game time is 8 to 9 at Unicorn Baseball The sponsored by NB Parks Department and Oak Crest Inn Con valescent will benefit Cystic F brosis and will be played by two The local celebrities also In clude John Payne and Don Ferguson from KNBT Felix Roque from New Braunfels Police Mark Peltier from the parks Mayor Pro Tem Ramon Chapa DPS Trooper Jim Canyon High School prin cipal Will Krleg and CHS vice prin cipal Thomas The former pro team includes San Antonio Spurs James Paul Coby Mike and Pitt sburg Steeler Ron Mets and Dodgers catcher Jerry Grote and LA Ram defensive back Doug Tickets will be sold at the gate for for adults and high school or grade school students and free for children 5 and So head on out and watch the local celebs make donkeys of Two filmmakers from have just moved to New Braunfels and are interested in the stories of Hill Country women Said Marian We want to hear the stories of those women like the oak are such a beautiful and integral part of the country If your mother or someone you know has a story to tell Marian or her partner lee Ann call them at 6291831 and you might become a part of the documentary they plan to make of this adven Warm nights ana hot after noons is the word from weather forecasters for the New Braunfels area Sunday Into the beginuig of the A remote chance of isolated afternoon and even thundjersftowers is includ Highs will be in the lowto JBW 90s with lows la mid wHJi light southerly It SUSSilft met QHHM 14 IMM On the corner Sunday July 50 Cents Four 42 Pages Childrens shelter a reality because of local support Zeituno Texas 78130 USPS 377800 By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer The creation of the Comal County Childrens Shelter comes too late for five Comal County children who were removed from their homes last month because child abuse was threatening their But within a matter of weeks the young children in Comal County will have a place to turn during emergen The Emergency Childrens Shelter of Comal County is a reality while it is not open volunteers are praising the community spirit that created Only 14 months New Braunfels resident Barry Allison decided this county needed a shelter for young children in trouble and he has worked since then to make it The Emergency Childrens Shelter board of appointed in April to create a has entered into an agreement to rent a house at 307 Allison said the shelter will open as soon as As soon as weve got our license and our ad we will be ready to take in he The shelter board is hiring a professional ad ministrator and house Before the shelter may the board must own have a license from the state to care for children in a foster home The Texas Department of Human Services removed five Comal County children from their homes in June because their lives were in Three of those cases involved physical abuse and two involved sex ual While five children were con sidered to have their lives in nine other children were the victims of either physical or sexual that did not warrant a life threatening situation last Three children were found to be the victims of emotional abuse or neglect during In the Texas Department of Human Services investigated 207 reports of alleged child abuse in Comal Of that 55 Page2A A Friday night gathering at the corner of Seguin at the Tommy Kelli KK Armstrong Shawn Rickus Roy Erskine and Neal Lawton kill a few minutes and wait for a ride to show The scene is the same across New Braunfels where 24hour fast food restaurants and parking lots offer the best places to meet and greet after most other op portunities have See Travis Polings story and Deryl Clarks photographs on Page 1B of todays West End drainage grant sought from federal HUD By DAVIDMAY Stall Writer City officials last week unveiled plans to seek competitive federal grant money to alleviate West End drainage The city used on ly targeted repair areas within its ap plication hoping that formula would improve the citys or lack as staff hopes the case to be New Braunfels relatively high standard of living as a whole makes it a less than likely candidate for Community Development Block Grants when in competition with such impoverished communities as Cotulla and Floresville The most the cily could expect at one lime from a block grant is while recognized major West End drainage problems have estimated repair costs of 6 million Grant application is to federal Department ol Housing and Urban Development A large obstacle standing between ihe desires of officials and residents is a future bond one Cily Manager Joe Michie said he hopes to present to New Braunfels City Coun cil no later than 1989 Michie said problems in the West End have gone unattended too long and spoke of seeking bond money at fouror fiveyear lo gradually improve conditions a piece at a In response to a Michie told concerned If it next bond doesnt you have goi some real problems Properly taxes dont pay for police and ire much less allow monies for capital im While acknowledging the citys monetaiy District 1 Coun cil member Ramon Chapa Jr also The people are tired of Chapa also said should a bond issue fail before city he would seek transfers of funds from within the cilys general He said it will be important to designate improvements throughout town to be incorporated into any bond issue if his own district is to stand a reasonable chance of seeing long awaited drainage repairs com Chapa also asked West Enders cooperation during the citys grant application process when door todoor canvassers request such per See Page 2A A chorus line Shelter needs our time and support Barbara Manthey has her work cut out for She has a whole house to Not a house for but a house for as many as six needy children and their Manthey is a member of the Childrens Emergency Shelters board of directors and is chair man of the drive to furnish the newly acquired She is in charge of finding everything need ed for the from the pots and pans in the kitchen to beds and cribs and the sheets that go on Before she can even try to take donations of she said she needs volunteers to stay at the shelter to collect I need people who would be willing to volunteer to go and sit at the house to receive Im going to call civic groups and everyone I can think of to get peo ple to she The shelter at 307 Bridge will be open from 10 to 3 Mondays through Fridays and 9 to 4 Those are the hours we will be open and those are the hours we need peo she adding that volunteers can work for just an hour or two at a time if that is all the time they can The Emergency Childrens Shelter is seeking a license from the state to care for as many as six children at a The shelter is expected to open as soon as possibly within from infants to age will be able to stay at the shelter on a temporary basis after being removed from their Twin cribs and all kinds of childrens toys are Kit chen appliances as well as a washer and dryer are dishes and silverware also are Persons wishing to volunteer at the shelter or to donate items may contact Manthey at NBISD tries parental class attendance as suspension option A recent change in the New BraunfeJs 1SD discipline manage ment plan could have a few moms and dads sitting through classes at New Braunfels High Under the new provisions of a plan adopted by NBlSDs board of trustees earlier this students facing threeday suspensions from school can avoid that punishment if one of their parents wiil spend the day with them at Members of the Superintendents Teacher Advisory Committee originally recommended the policy The committee is composed of representatives from each The change in the districts djscjpJAne management plan enables campus administrators to offer m option to having their suspeade4 from change in Uig gutty of serious offenses such as being under the influence or distribution of or using alcohol or any other prohibited substance on school property for the first time were subject to suspension depending on the seriousness of the Under the terms of the districts discipline management students involved in serious disciplinary offenses may be remov ed to alternative eduction When a student is recommended for a threeday the ad ministrator can decided whether or not to replace the suspension with a oneday parents During the day the parent is at school with the the parent would follow the child to each class and to Under tlxe terms of the revised cyseiptoe the alter native pMoishmeoi wUl be allowed oaly tor the first serious disciplinary Joan Slocyms New iraynfels Dgnpe Studio Ust Benefit the last locaJ appearance Pf the trpWs Wro These girls dancing in the parish hall at Paul trd national honpr in on pge ee 1U in   

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