New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 25, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 25, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 25, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Canyon winsComal Bowl/ NB downs Billies, Page 13A New Braunfels >iv Sunday October 25 1937 50 Cents Five Sections 6^ Pagr o With all the tests happening late Iv Wurst fest Gruene Music Fest. fest this and fest that, it’s nice to ha\e one fest that promises to offer something not only fun but in formative as >*ell Texas Department of Human Ser vices intern Debra Hider has put together a Parent fest to offer parenting skills and guest speakers each Tuesday beginning Oct 27 and running through Nov IT The seminars cost nothing to attend and will tie held at St Paul Lutheran Church 181 S Santa Clara from 7 to if pm Oct 27 No\ I IO and 17 Sponsors include New Braunfels Cl tv Couth ii PT A Comal Independent School District New Braunfels ISI) < ISO Community Education NBlsD Community Edix ation and St Paul Lutheran Church and TDHS of course The < »ct 27 workshop will feature Tracy staudt of Hi X Hill Country Hospital tn live Oak speaking on ITW* Ari of Parenting Non t ha" Dr Mark sutler on the topic ' For Better or For Worse Health Problems Xtnong Flemen tars rTiildrer, and Colleen Greenlees registered dietician with her topic Trick or Treat Nutrt tmn Hints for X our Child The Non IO present ion will be by Lila Schoenfield H N and entitled "Is He Heady Supposed To Do This Vt seven a study of the levekipmental stage- of children Following Lila s presentation sarwli Estes Canyon Middle School t ounselor will do the impossible when she sorts out discipline teehm ques under the theme lf ASI b ise Falls " Non IT has Jutle Johnson and I*etaae Williford of Comal County F ntension ser\ne speaking i>n if** topa F rom latchkey to Home Free New ideas for th* After 'n hoof I Mild rhe Parent fest will feature refreshments provided by the IM \ group anti baby silting by New Braunfels High School Home Economics fxrpartment What more could a mummy or dankly who wants to do the right thing ask"' For more information call liebra Elder at »>2S ho 2d Michael Neman a New Braunfels resident Is an expenemed facilitator for the Vmerit an Cancer st* lets s I resh Start (lime How rxperiencetl is he' Well av tually I lust finistied facilitating my first clinic and I had a blast The success rate was about double the average clinic so I was quite proud arni pleased ” Neman said Neman is talking aU>ut an ACS Fresh Start quit smoking clinic anti he plans to haNc another one begin ning Tuesday and running again on Thursday and on Non J and 5 F.ach session tiegins at 7 p rn anti lasts one and a half hours Each part Kl pant should attend all four se-*ion> to get the full Nalue of the clinic Although th** actual statistics are confidential Neman did reNeal that See StammtiNch page 2a Sunday morning s weather is expected tc» resemble something out of a Sherlock Holmes novel as cloud- anti dense fog is expected to last well into the day before turn mg partly cloudy and warm in tf*e afternoon with highs in the mid Hus laiok for more clouds tonight with a low around 65 A to percent chance of si lowers Monday and somewhat cooler temps are called for as a front will likely roll through the area late Monday or early Tuesday The Menu BUSINESS    8    9A CLASSIE IEO    IO    I    SB COMICS .....  ..BB    Sat    lion    0 CROSSWORD    3A DLAR ABBY ....... IbB EDUCATION    7B ENTERTAINMENT .........9B KALEIDOSCOPE .......  I    16 MONTAGE    Sac    lion    C OBITUARIES ..............2A OPINIONS  ......  6B SPORTS ..............13    I6A RfURSTFEST.......... INSERT Fall back A I 4 lf you re wondering why everyone e se was an hour ahead of you this morning it s pro* haply because you forgot to set you' dock Lack to Standard Time fast r sght before you went to bed and now you ve gone and jsf that precious hour This sundial was placed sn *ront of the New Bfaunteis ISO Edu< ation Center by William Koiodzie s general math class of 1953 The gnomon fdia* had been os* long ago and was replaced when the budding was recently remodeled /Vhen we changed to Standard Time we again became in sync w»th the sundial (Pnotc by Deryi Cark Complex managers calling city's trash practices 'rubbish' By DAVID MAY Staff Writer Apartment property managers upset over what is amounting to new enforcement of old city garbage bill mg procedures said Saturday that city officials should reconsider their charging methods or possibly face losing thousands of dollars in revenues We will remove our city-owned dumpsters and seek an outside com pane ’ said Carolyn Toth manager of New Braunfels Oaks Managers of Langtry Village and Torrey Place Apartments are reportedly among others considering such options "Either that or we will ins’ail wooden cubicles with about Kl trash cans in each ow and the city will have to pick up each can and earn it Toth said Eight apartment complex managers last week began organiz- See TR ASH Page 2A Crash cause unknown; Monday services set From Staff and Wire Reports CHEROKEE Authorities are still uncertain what caused a private plane to crash early Friday morning in a field in san Saba County that kill cd a New Braunfels businessman and his secretary lame- Mack Mangum a .18 year old accountant and Connie Lynn (, ust a (son a 40-year-old secretary both of New Braunfels were pronounced dead at the site of the Friday crash The Cessna 172 aircraft apparently wen! down between I a m and I 15 a m five miles east of Cherokee Sar '-aba County Justice of the Peace Harvy Reeves said the plane had hit the ground slid about 5u feet and apparently tried to go airborne w hen it Slammed into a tree Reeves said it was undetermined why the plane first went down ban Saba County Sheriff Billy Williams had reported Friday inclement weather in the area at the time of the crash He said it appeared the plane was as much as 5u miles or more off course Gustafson w as found in the plane Mangum, the pilot, w as nearby The victims were returning from a business trip to Lubbock where they had been interviewing a client ai See PLANE Page 2A NB entrepeneur getting mileage out of invention Bt DA . IO MAY Staff Writer New Braunfels resident .md -elf acclaimed inventor and idea man Frank Sherbondy has come up with a new twist cm an old theory to improve an auto s ga- mileage and overall engine peri or rn a rn e Ile hopes a local entrepreneur or opportunist may be interested in manufacturing and distributing his patented invention which he -ays adds an extra five mile- per gallon and allow - a car s engine to perform more effit lenity and cleaner I would like someone to take it over said shertxmdv 82 from hi-riverfront home in east New Braunfels last week I d be happy just to get a little something out of it The dev ice is a cylinder shaped at tachrnent containing kl quarter inch pipe- inserted w ithin the intake opec. a * CMS dedication at 2 p.m. today Frank Sherbondy and his gas saver mg of a carburetor air filter housing the idea tieing to separate ami diffuse air flow Sherborn!) - one and only model is See GAS Page 2A When the new Canyon Middle School rn dedicated ai 2 p.m today, the public will he able lo see for the first umc the most modem school building in New Braunfels Innovative think mg and creative planning went info ihi- slate of-the-art facility, making it an ideal place for teachers to Lac h and students to learn Princ ipal Roy Linnaru and his luc-uliy began nearly three years ago put ung ideas i»n paper, ami the result is a school campus that has many refinements, yet is very practical. The lac uhs. along w uh some parents, vis lied other middle school campuses before designing a school they fell would be very functional Tile school features the laL'si lech nolog) is zoned heating and air cond)-turning, zoned tire control, a security itxkcr system for students, a mulu- choice cafeteria, and a cad system in every classroom Superintendent Bill Brown said the cafeteria will be opened using standard school serving procedures. bul will gradually be changed over us a’Lubv sty pc” cafeteria, giving student- choices of entrees and other foods, a- well as a regular school lunch The cad system permits every leacher to contact the school office w uh* >ut leaving his or her room in ca-c of emergency. Students will have “quid” lockers with built-in combina lion lock- The combinations may be changed each year. as new students use them A zoned heating and air conditioning sy stem permits the use of parts of the school las liny without healing or cooling all of it, if desired. The entire svstem is computerized, with the appropriate temperature being maintained during the school day, going off at night and tack on in the morning The building w as designed with a commons area that can be isolated from the rest of the sc hool for use by the community without entering the academic wings. Likewise, the gymnasium and band hail may be u-ed widiom interfering with classes. The latest equipment has been installed in four science labs that surround a central storage area. making equipment and chemicals accessible to each classroom A computer lab contains 27 computer stations and adjoins a classroom for computer literacy. The school’s library also contains 15 computer stations, where Se# CMS Page 2A Youngster’s condition Ghoul,sh <|®|,ghis serious after accident A 6 year old boy remained rn serious comfit ion Saturday evening lit a Sun Antonio Hospital after tie mg -truck by a car early Friday morning in northwestern t otnal County John Felloe was unconscious as he was transported by Spring Branch EMS to Northeast Baptist Hospital following the accident that occurred at 6 26 a rn on indian Hills Road near I' S JHI A nurse in intensive care said tfw child s condition is serious but thai he had stabilized in the past <8 hours with head muries and a broken leg His mother Connie Jengo said the Bul verite E lenten tars School student is gradually im proving but continues to battle lapses of unconsciousness He ’s in and out and fie is conf us rd a little but he is improving -aid Jengo She added that tier son will tie placed in traction (or tour to six weeks and his leg will tie in a cast (or atiout eight weeks follow mg which he is scheduled to undergo therapy I talked to his leg doctor satur See YOUNGSTER Page 2A DA seeking funds for family violence office By DAVID MAY Staff Writer Comal County Commissioners Thursday unanimously adopted a resolution to seek state and federal money to help establish a Family Violence Task Force here The effort is being spearheaded and coordinated by District Attorney William Schroeder seeking I5LUUU rn funds through the Justice Assistance Act and Criminal Justice Depart inent It Is the second federally and stale funded task torte organized locally by Schroeder I .ast month he applied for money as part of a multi agency organized Crime Task Force that locally also would be coordinated through his office Ender provisions of the most re cent application the county will be required to match funding 50 per cent Schroeder has arranged it so that the county’s portion will be paid through office space, equipment and other services rendered See TASK Page 2A Two of the winning entries in the Pumpkin carving contest sponsored by the Downtown Association were these pumpkin iantasies The Ugliest Pumpkin, “Peter, Peter Pumpkin Eater.” featured one pumpkin eating another. as well as a live spider in its head, was made by Jean Wilson Cinderella's Coach won the award tor most original pumpkin tor James Jeanette and Brandy Bray family See the whole story on Page 2A (Photo by Chuck Hatler). ;

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