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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 10, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Tada Week 2 of Football Page 10 New Braunfels 176 New Braunfels Herald Publishing 707 Landa New Zeituno Texas 78130 USPS 377800 AJ Thursday September 25 Cents One 20 Pages Stammtisch Coma Independent School Districts public information Sandy has the job of pro moting her a job she does Sandy is a good gal and represents her school district in a professional way A citizen at a re cent tax hearing for CIS rose to say that nothing was ever published about CISD in the areas took it upon herself to compile a partial compendium of news and features stories published In the month of August alone in the AVu RraunMs Timesguardian and Standard newspapers And this doesnt include radio of course The stapled paper pro duct is threeeights of an inch thick and includes sports stories Anyone who thinks CISD doesnt get its fair share of news coverage should ask Sandy or a copy or at least look through it Youd be surprised just how much and varied coverage and NHISH get The Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture has received a grunt from the Institute of Museum ices Museum Assessment Pro gram The money will be used to pay for a professional assessment of the services and operations of our unique materials and per diem expenses for the surveyor Museum Director Kristina Smith wrote the grant application awarded The museum is respond We for paying for the surveyors per diem costs exceeding Any amount not expended from the gram can go into the museums operating budget As if that wasnt enough good IMWN for the Don Newijuust u San Antonio and a leader in the south Texas Chamber o Commerce presented our own S 1 David with a check for for exceeding the membership drive goal or that organization The check was presented to S D during a chamtter breakfast this morning at the Holi da inn S D had the option of giv ing the JfiOO to the chanty of his clioice S D turned around and gave the clieck to MTHF tward member Tom Burrus MJ he could give it to the museum So things seem to be mining up yellow for Miss Miuth and the folks supporting the museum A friend of Iarker of New Braunfels called seslerday to sa that Mrs Parkers name had Utn left out of a story about her MIII Maj Gen Julius Parker Jr commander of the I S Army In telligence Center and School Iarker has just been named the chief of the Military Intelligence Corps and in recent formal ceremonies in Fort he was presented the new Ml Corps crest Mrs Parkers friend said Mrs Iarker had worked very hard to raise her son and deserved some recognition Si Johns Kpiscopal Church will host a rally day Sunday to mark the first day of Sunday School Students are asked to meet at 9 15 a in at Page 2 Partly cloudy skies will as will a w percent chance of afternoon thunder showers and a high in the South winds will be at 10 to 15 mph Mostly cloudy skies tonight will bring a 20 percent chance ot thunder showers tonight with a low in the mid 70s and south winds at 10 Friday will return to partly cloudy with a 20 per cent chance of rain and u high in the mid90s and south winds at 10 mph CUSSIFIfO QCIIIMf SMttIS 13 IS I 3 12 12 7 C 10 11 CISD growth prompts study of combining middle schools Comal school district Superinten dent Bill Brown announced enroll ment figures for the district Wednes saying growth is most pronounc ed in the western portions of Comal County near Bulverde and Canyon Lake The enrollment at the Bulverde Elementary School has grown by 22 percent since while the Bulverde Middle Schools enrollment increased by 104 The growth in the Bulverde area is prompting a move on the part of the school district to rearrange consolidating the Mountain Valley and Bulverde middle schools In the last three the Moun tain Valley Klementary and Middle School enrollment has increased b more than 11 The school is fn Saltier and draws students from around Canyon Lake and the nor thwest portion of the county Hie new Smithsori Valley High School is expected to be complete by January Next Bulverde Mid dle School will occupy the existing high school and Bulverde Klemen tary School will expand into the mid die school building The superintendent said the growth in the Canyon Lake and Bulverde areas is in contrast with a slight decline in enrollment at Frazier Klementary and Goodwin Primary schools Canyon High School has ex perienced a growth in enrollment of about 5 percent in the last three while the student population at Canyon Middle School has increased See Page 2 Sattler man urging firearms controls By JOHN KASTNER Correspondent Sattler homebuilder James Smith has done all he can for now to con vince the Texas Legislature to outlaw hunting in platted He is keeping his fingers crossed that a decision will bo reached before the first shot is fired in November Smith said the Comal County Com missioners Court has listened to his side of the story and agrees that local resident input must be obtained about how bad the situalion Com missioners have called for iwo separate hearings next week Smith said he is confident that the entire proposed set of rules will pan but Its going to take a good general effort to pull this off Hearings on the proposed regula tions banning discharging of firearms in subdivisions in Comal County have been set for 16 and 17 at 7 The first hearing is slated for the Startz Community Center in Startzville and the second hearing will be held in the courthouse The resolution that could be drafted following the hearing would Sec Page 2 Left o Susie Comal County Builders Association president Roy Ray president of Comal Coun ty MHMR Advisory Board and Craig Sagebiel of Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Com merce cut the ribbon officially opening a new squarefoot clinic addition for the facility at 511 North Street Photo by Deryl Clark MHMR clinic gets bigger Comal County Mental Health Mental Retardation Center Wednesday formally opened a fool expansion of clinic space at 511 North Street The new building comprises office space for counselors and a recreation area for clients of the mental health clinic operated under a contract with San Antonio Stale Hospital The building was provided through private contribu tions and work by Comal County Builders Hoy president Other contributors include Canyon Lake Evening Lions New Braunfels Breakfast Lions Ca nyon Lake melhodist Church Mens New Braunfels Kiwams New Braunfels Noon Lions Club and others The Comal County MHMR Center and clinic was in corporated in 1972 and was housed on Hickory In 1975 the center operated out of Our Lady of Perpetual Help on South Austin until 1940 when Ihe developmental training center opened and the mental health clinic moved into a renovated Stephen Austin School building at the present North Street location Community MHMR centers operating under auspices of state hospitals and with partial funding from Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation in recent accepted more pa tients and developmentally disabled persons for train ing and therapeutic maintenance as part of an overall drive to remove stale hospital patients from that restrictive Payroll for the MH MR centers is met with state while all other associated costs are borne by the communities in which the centers are Comal County MHMR program receives support from in dividuals and civic organizations and in 1W7U8 to receive from Comal County ComFund cam Comal Countys program includes a mental health clinic and developmental training Staffing the clinic are Susie direc tor Franci nurse Walls substance abuse coordinator Alicia secretary case manager Terresa Siallworth and Helen psychiatric con sullanls Lana child development and Fred The clinic offers psychiatric outpatient followup for patients discharged by San Antonio State medication substance abuse treat crisis information and in idividual home visits and group therapy and family support The clinics budget includes from the state hospital and from the Comal County Advisory recipient of the local funds and dona The developmental training separate from the clinc is staffed by Randy director Sam social worker Becky developmental supervisor Richard Ogle workshop manager Diana Amzie Miller and Dempsey Kathy secretary and Tom contract procurement of The developmental project provides diagnosis and evaluation of clients who are Some 25 clients now train and perform contract menial work for private The 1WM7 developmental training center budget includes f in funds from Austin State Setae and from Comal County Advisory After eight months Crime Stoppers pay first reward By DAVID MAY Staff Writer New BraunfelsComal County Crime Stoppers board of directors Wednesday unanimously approv ed a landmark first reward payout for information that lead to a breakup last month of a burglary ring and arrest of a juvenile The payoff by the board was its first in just more than a year after its The anonymous in formation allowed New Braunfels police investigators to arrest the who at the time was ser ving His probation was revoked and he was placed in the custody of Texas Youth Commis sion Police were able to recover pro perty and solve one burglary as a result of the information and ob tained an arrest warrant for a se cond individual still sought by This is a major said program chairman Don Ferguson Wednesday of the ap proved reward It is proof that Crime Stoppers I hope this payout will spur other tipsters and informants to realize Crime Stop pers does Crime Stoppers is a privately funded organization that seeks to solve felony crimes through anonymous Crime Stoppers pays rewards of up to for information that leads to an arrest and indictment or conviction of persons commit ting felony Program coordinator and New Braunfels police officer Martin Mayer said he envisions more in formation being generated as a result of the I see this really taking off said I am not surprised it has taken us this long to make a We have been getting in formation for the past eight mon but this was the first informa tion received good enough that we were able to payoff Should police arrest the second suspect sought in connection with the burglary the informant may be entitled later to a second according to Police were able to break a burglary ring that was actively working in Comal Town near the fairgrounds and Lamar Elemen Mayer said police in vestigators believe the ring was responsible for as many as 15 burglaries in that Mayer also noted that informa tion received recently on other felony crimes has been turned over to the proper authorities and is being Persons who have information regarding any unsolved felony crime are asked to call Crime Stoppers at day or and speak to the officer on Callers remain completely identified only through a program number issued at the time information is receiv Substance abuse workshop slated The Alamo Area Council 01 Governments will sponsor the 14tr annual Regional Institute on Alcohol and Drug titled Petspec lives 87 U13 at the Four Seasons 555 San An The offering three tracks of inlerven and is directed toward social family alcohol and drug abuse probation officers and other mental health professionals in terested in learning more about issues of alcohol and drug Topics to be treated during the threeday conference will include Ihe following drugs in the intervention techni fetal alcohol counseling victims of child the dynamics of 12step rela tionship issues of adult children of black adolescents and and recent research fin dings regarding drugs and Featured speaker Judith of Houston will address prevention and counseling as it con cerns highrisk children at the 11 The preregistration fee of is due by 1 and CELs and profes sional accreditation credits will be For more contact substance abuse manager Reyes at the Alamo Area Council ot 512225 NB residents form corporation aimed at helping children A group of local New Braunfels residents has formed State Nutrition a private nonprofit organization aimed at providing financial reimbursements to day homes registered with the Texas Department of Human Services Sarah executive director of State Nutrition said people who are registered to keep children in their homes are eligible for reimbursements from the state for meals Its an assurance to the parents that the children are receiving nutritious Warner The primary interest is with the All homes in which persons provide care for at least three children other than their own are required to register with the Texas Department of Human Warner said the local group was formed to serve as a middleman between the government and the day All registered day homes are eligi ble to participate in the Child Care Food Program and to receive reim bursement for the cost of the rneals served to the children in their care All children in attendance will be of fered the same free meals with no physical segregation or other discruninatioa any child because of age or national origin Warner said the meals reim bursemenU are not based on in Registered day homes in terested in participating in the Child Care Food Program may contact State Nutrition we at
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