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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 25, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Canyon wins Comal NB downs Page 13A New Braunfels 207 707 Landa New Texas 78130 DSPS 377800 With all the fests happening late Gruene Music fest this and test its nice to have one est that promises to offer something not only fun but in formative as Texas Department of Human Ser vices intern Debra Elder has put together a Parentfest to offer parenting skills and guest speakers each Tuesday beginning 27 and running through The seminars cost nothing to attend and will be held at Paul Lutheran 181 Santa Clara from 7 to 9 10 and Sponsors include New Braunfels Ci ty Council Comal Independent School New Braunfels CISD Community NB1SD Community Education and Paul Lutheran Church and of The Oct 27 workshop will feature Tracy Staudt of HCA Hill Country Hospital in Live Oak speaking on The Art of Nov 3 has Mark Statler on the topic For Better or For Worse Health Problems Among Elemen tary and Colleen registered with her Trick or Treat Nutn tion Hints for Your The Nov 10 presention will be by Lila and entitled Is He Really Supposed To Do This At a study of the developmental stages of children Following Lilas Sandi Canyon Middle School will do the impossible when she sorts out discipline techni ques under the theme 11 All Else Fails Nov 17 has Julie Johnson and Debbie of Comal County Extension Service speaking on the From latchkey lo Home Free New Ideas for the After School Clnld The Parentfest will feature refreshments provided by the IT A group and babysitting by New Braunfels High School Home Economics Department What more could a mommy or daddy who wants to do the right thing ask For more call Debra Elder at Michael a New Braunfels is an experienced facilitator for the American Cancer Societys Fresh Stan Clink How experienced is ac 1 just finished facilitating my first clinic and I had a blast The success rate was about double the average so I was quite proud and Neman said Neman is talking about an ACS Fresh Start quitsmoking clinic and he plans to have another one begin ning Tuesday and running again on Thursday and on Nov 3 and 5 Each session begins at 7 p m and lasts one and a half hours Each partici pant should attend all four sessions to get the full value of the clinic Although the actual statistics are Neman did reveal that SM Siammfisch page Sunday mornings weather is expected to resemble something out of a Sherlock Holmes novel as clouds and dense og is expected to last well into the day before turn ing partly cloudy and warm in the afternoon with highs in the mid Look for more clouds tonight with a low around 65 A 40 percent chance of showers Monday and somewhat cooler tempi are called or a ram will likely roll through the ana late Monday or early Zeltuno Sunday October 50 Cents Five 64 Pages Fall back v l A V X V If youre wondering why everyone else was an hour ahead of you this its pro bably because you forgot to set your clock back to Standard Time last night before you went to bed and now youve gone and lost that precious This sundial was placed in front of the New Braunfels ISO Education Center by William Kolodzies general math class of The gnomon dial had been lost long ago and was replaced when the building was recently When we changed to Standard we again became in sync with the Photo by Deryl Complex managers calling citys trash practices rubbish By DAVID MAY Staff Writer Apartment property upset over what is amounting to new enforcement of old city garbage bill ing said Saturday that city officials should reconsider their charging methods or possibly face losing thousands of dollars in revenues We will remove our cityowned dumpsters and seek an outside com said Carolyn manager of New Braunfels Oaks Managers of Langtry Village and Torrey Place Apartments are reportedly among others considering such Either that or we will install wooden cubicles with about 30 trash cans in each one and the city will have to pick up each can and earn Toth Eight apartment complex managers last week began organiz See 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 ed a New Braunfels businessman and his James Mack a 38year old and Connie Lynn a 40yearold both of New were pro nounced dead at the site of the Friday The Cessna 172 aircraft apparently went down between 1 and five miles east of San Saba County Justice of the Peace Harvy Reeves said the plane had hit the slid about 50 feet and apparently tried to go airborne when it slammed into a Reeves said it was undetermined why the plane first went San Saba County Sheriff Billy Williams had reported Friday inclement weather in the area at the time of the He said it appeared the plane was as much as 50 miles or more off Gustafson was found in the the was The victims were returning from a business trip to Lubbock where they had been interviewing a ac See Page 2A NBentrepeneur getting mileage out of invention By DAVIOMAY Staff Writer New Braunfels resident and self acclaimed inventor and idea man Frank Sherbondy has come up with a new twist on an old theory to improve an autos gas mileage and overall engine performance He hopes a local entrepreneur or opportunist may be interested in manufacturing and distributing his patented which he says adds an extra five miles per gallon and allows a cars engine to perform more efficiently and 1 would like someone to take it said from his riverfront home in east New Braunfels last week Id be happy just to get a little something out of it The device is a cylindershaped at tachrnent containing 30 quarterinch pipes inserted within the Intake open CMS dedication at 2 today Frank Sherbondy and his gas saver ing of a carburetor airfilter housing the idea being to separate and dif fuse air Sherbondys one and only model is See When the new Canyon Middle School is dedicated at 2 the public will be able to see for the first lime the most modem school building in New Innovative think ing and creative planning went into this siate ofthean making it an ideal place for teachers to leach and students to Principal Roy Linnartz and his fac ulty began nearly three years ago put ting ideas on and the result is a school campus that has many refine yei is very The fac along wiih some visited other middle school campuses before designing a school they felt would be very The school features the latest tech nology is zoned heaung and air condi zoned fire a security locker system for a multi Youngsters condition Choulih serious after accident choice and a call system in every Superintendent Bill Brown said the cafeteria will be opened using standard school serving but will gradually be changed over to a Lubystype giving stu dents choices of entrees and other as well as a regular school The call system permits every teacher to contact the school office without leaving his or her room in case of Students will have quiet lockers wiih builtin combina tion The combinations may be changed each as new students use A zoned heating and air condition ing system permits the use of parts of the school facility without heating or cooling all of if The entire system is with the ap propriate temperature being main tained during the school going off at night and hack on in the The building was designed with a commons area that can be isolated from the rest of the school for use by the community without entering the academic ihe gym nasium and band hall may be used without interfering with The latest equipment has been installed in four science labs that sur round a central storage making equipment and chemicals accessible to each A computer lab contains 27 computer stations and adjoins a classroom for computer lit The schools library also con tains 15 computer where A 6yearold boy remained in serious condition Saturday evening in a San Antonio be ing struck by a car early Friday morning in northwestern Comal County John Kehoe was unconscious as he was transported by Spring Branch EMS to Northeast Baptist Hospital following the accident that occurred at on Indian Hills Road near A nurse in intensive care said the childs condition is but that he had stabilized in the past X hours with head inuries and a broken leg His Connie said the Bulverde Elemen tary School student is gradually im proving but continues to battle lapses of Hes in and out and he is confus ed a but he is said She added that her son will be placed in traction for four to six weeks and his leg will be in a cast for about eight follow ing which he is scheduled to undergo 1 talked to his leg doctor Satur Ste 24 DA seeking funds for family violence office By DAVID MAY Writer Comal County Commissioners Thursday unanimously yitonfd a resolution to seek sute and federal money to help establish a Family Violence Task Force IV effort is being and by District Attorney William MrtfiM in Act and Criminal Justice Depart It is the second federally and i funded task force organized locally by Last he iryllad for money at part of a multi agency Organized Crime Task Force that locally also would be coordinated through his Under provisions of the most re cent the county will be required to match funding so per Schroeder has arranged it so that the countys portion will be paid office eouipment and other services Two o the winning entries in the Pumpkin car by Jean Cinderellas Coach won fee uinn IL w vinfl contest sponsored by the Downtown Association were these pumpkin The Ugliest Pumpkin featured one pumpkin eating as well as a live spider in its was made award for most original pumpkin for Jeanette and Brandy Bray See the whole story on Page Photo by Chuck   

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