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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 3, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels 213 707 Lancia New Texas 78130 USPS 377800 5126259144 Zeituno Tuesday November 25 Cents One 10 Pages Heavy turnout The stammtlsch above is In the foyer of the Civic wherein is the New Braunfels Heritage Ex hibit Maxine Estes and others sort of came upon the Idea that grew in to the Kaffee Haus scenario enjoyed by exhibit which are numerous this Well run the Kaffee Haus stammtisch dally this week with various folks warming the benches This one from left to right on the back Max Ine Anna Clare Ray and David Front left to are New Braunfels Mayor George Erben and Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce President Jean Pfeuffer Landmark Square is not in Seguin A letter to the editor in Sundays HeraldZeitung com menting on downtown merchants and offering suggestions for better ing the area indicated there was a Landmark Square in Segutn landmark Square is on Seguin Street mNew of course Merchants in the vicinity include Das Naeglins Bakery and others Today is Election Day and if you are reading this before 7pm fues day and you havent yet cast your you probably have time to get to the polls A sample ballot of what Comal County voters will see when they go behind the so to begins on Page 2 of to days newspaper Also included on Page 2 is a list of the voting precincts for Comal Check your voter registration card or the precinct in which you are to vote Tonight at 7 p m at St Paul Lutheran Church Dr Mark Slatler will speak on the topic For Better or For Worse Health Problems Among Elementary Children The presentation is the second in a series of four Informational seminars each Tuesday through Nov 17 on parenting skills and sponsored by Comal and New Braunfels independent school their respective continuing education Texas Department of Human St Paul lAilheran Church and New Braunfels City Council of Parent Teacher Associations Admission is free and babysitting and refreshments will be available The HeraldZeitung will publish photographs of trophy deer taken the first day of deer hunting which is Nov 14 U you want your legally taken trophy to appear in bring the animal to the park ing lot of our 707 all day Saturday Nov 14 beginning at 8am The season literally starts 30 minutes before the official sunrise Outdoors Writer David Herrell has Page 4 Onward through the fog And there will be no shortage of fog around here for the next few This even ings low will be a delightful 57 with heavy fog glooming up the place by morning Wednesday will be partly cloudy once that nasty old fog burns off with a pleasant 83 for a high and easterly winds near 10 But dont give up on the notion of or at least a hearty A cool front will blow into town Thursday and Friday br inging laughable lows of about 50 at night and highs of a mere COMICS OtOSSIIOtP SJHMTS IKATHfi tatti O 3 7 2 I stolen Pip2 Election 87 Early returns indicate high turnout for offyear ballot in Comal County Voters turned out early at First United Church to be doing much the same The polls are of Christ on Loop 337 this morning Precincts open until 7 this Photo by Deryl countywide reported heavier than expected Clark voter Statewide voters appeared For June 17 fatality Federal safety agency cites San Antonio firm Despite what is regarded as an off year a check early today at several polling precincts indicated voters were taking a high interest in the November Many precincts reported high tur nouts and steady streams of voters and that most of the interest seemed to center on the question of legalized horse which is being decided here in Comal County as well as on the state Polls at the 23 voting precincts through New Braunfels and Comal County will remain open through 7 Its been a steady said Precinct 10 election Judge Harry Heimer at Bulverde Community Center where 250 voters had cast ballots asof We thought wed reach 500 today or 20 but were going to go over he adding that the parimutuel question seemed to be bringing voters At Canyon High School Precinct 20 election Judge Carolyn Matykiewicz said 50 had voted as of and that the lines were Were real she ad The voters seemed to have studied their referendums very well and did their They are getting in and out pretty quickly even though it is a lengthy Being decided this years elections are 25 constitutional two state referenda and two local op tion including creation of a Comal County wateroriented recrea tion district The if would mean a levy of sales taxes and user fees to pay for capital im provements along the adjacent to the Guadalupe The Comal County item is the resultof a special passed by the last session of the Texas Its been very heavy out said Precinct 13 election Judge Laverne Cudabac at Cafe where 194 votes were cast as of From what Im the parimutuel question has them in Voting sites in the city were busy with an unanticipated strong Glenn election judge at Precinct 15 at the Fraternal Order of Eagles building said about 50 voters had cast their ballots before 11 Thats a good turnout for he The election judge at the Precinct 1 polling site at the American Legion Hall on West Cross Street said the turnout of 55 voters shortly after 10 was better than Bob election judge at the Precinct 2 polling site at Cross Lutheran Church called the turnout of 119 voters before very See Page 2 The Occupational Safelv uiu has cited Capital Rentals of an Antonio for safely viola tions in connection with an accident June 17 at the Smithson Valley High School site that left one man dead OSHAs citation and notification 01 penalty slater that the employer instruct each employee in the recognition and o unxafe con diltomsi and the s ius en vironment to control or eliminate or other exposure to illness or mjur Two men were injured at the constitution Mte when a 35ton hydraulic crane was ovei it to tip exposing employees to the of iaii sn excess of 17 feet and being struck by nSHYnotice states Gregory Ly in Brooke Army Medical from in the acci dent Keith Schoolcraft suffereii mjui K According to reports from of both men were standing on a steei Uan uhen a crane hoisting beams to them apparently struck the beam on which they were taiMmn the men to the ground and sending on top of them Capital Rentals officials contacted in San Antonio did not comment on the OSHA citation which is considered to be for a serious violation of safety Dick OSHA supervisor in said Capital Rentals may appeal the which includes a S42U if company officials believe the findings of the lengthy investigation are incorrect Comal Independent School District Superintendent Bill Brown said this morning he was unsure as to whether Capital Rentals is still working at the school He said he thought the subcontractors worked only during the construction of the roof and he said the roof has been in pi ace for some The school on Smithson Valley Road near Texas has a base cost of The building will contain 75 classrooms with athletic facilities and a separate vocational Brown said the accident crisis caused construction delays for a few Construction also was delayed by heavy rains during early The superintendent said he expects the school building to be complete by late January Architects with Bradley McChesney were unavailable or comment this morning LawsonAvila of Houston is the general contractor at the construction Edward Badouh succumbs at age 78 Child sup issue dra port enforcement ws local concern By DAVID MAY Stall Writer November is Chilil Awareness Month in New liraunfel and the local chapter of a affiliated child support tfnmp i ing local community involvement m dealing with the grow ing problem The Organization or the Enforce ment of Child Support will sponsor a public meeting tonight at 7 at Teen 14U West San An tonlo Augie who heads the local DECS onlv one of established in the state hopes to draw on a large sector of the coin munity for Although our group is trying to help those of us plagued with tins pm we need help from said herself a single custodial parent who receives sup port from her ex spouse If youre married or not married or even if youre receiving your child we dont care We must as adults start being more responsible for our children and stop passing the so to Schroeder said On the national nonpayment of child support is regarded as a leading cause of poverty that forces millions of children to go without a chance or a pro per education or without enjoying lit Ue things in life many take for It forces many single parents Into welfare where billions of dollars doled out annually adds up to nearly onefourth of the national deficit Schroeder said the way to begin tackling the problem is at the grassroots to educate and pro mote child support compliance Who suffers in the end Our she said We need to each peviple to put aside their dif ferences and think o whats best or their children The number of active child support cases m voiual Countys district court has nearly doubled in the last going from 628 cases in leliruary ot ISW to presently The clerks office is collecting some million annually in child The number of cases here requires one clerk assigned to child support exclusively and District Clerk Margaret Herbrich said at the pre See Page 2 Services tor Edward Eddie Badouh prominent New Braunfels attorney and former chair man of the Comal County Democratic were to be at 2 today at Johns Episcopal Church with the Robert Keith and the Bill both of New Burial will be in Sunset Memorial died 2 at McKen na Memorial He was born May in Bay City to Anton and Minerva nee Malouf He married Rubylien Barber in on March Badouh had practiced law in New Braunfels since He had practic ed law in Bay City from 19371942 and then served in the military until 1946 during which time he saw com bat Badouh was a New Braunfels resident since He was chairman of the Comal County Democratic Party from 19481956 and was founding president of the Comal County Sheriffs Posse in Badouh also sat on the board of the Colorado Lakes Council for the Girl Scouts from He also was on the board of directors of the Texas Rehabilitation Hospital for the past 35 years and had served as board chairman and He was a member of Johns Episcopal Edward Badouh Survivors include his Rubylien Badouh of New one Elaine Badouh of San one Edward Badouh of San Antonio one Asma Owens of New Orleans one Fred Badouh of New Braunfels and six Memorials may be given to the Gonzales Warm Springs Foundation Box 572 78629 Management says NB lucrative Images teen club preparing for 25 debut in the Oaks By TRAVIS POLING Correspondent linages Teen a San Antoniobased dance and recreation club for has begun outfit ting a facility in New with the same concept A target date for the opening of the teen club to be located in the Oaks Shopping Center Ixen set for November The club will be a recreation center and dance club for the teens of New Braunfels with an alcohol and drugfree With dances planned for Friday through Sunday Im ages will have recreational games and food available six to seven days a Spokesman for Gregg says the club began its expansion with the Image Mobile Part Machine which made several trips to New Braunfels in the last year and conse quently New Braunfels was recognized as what Kondoff a lucrative market for expansion of the name Images and the The next target for expansion will probably be Houston which has similar but not of the same says Kondoff says the club will play top and country music to meet a wide variety of tastes in the Although there will be no live bands a good DJ system along with a light show with fog and special effects will enter tain the Kondoff says special events at the club will in clude a Dash for dance contests and also limbo and lipsync Local student councils and parent support groups have given verbal support to the project in hopes that the city would rezone the Oaks area to allow the Bob member of a highly active parent organization which is attempting to find ways for the teens of New Braunfels to have says the group sent a letter to the city saying that the Im ages concept is in line with the groups Smith says the drugand alcoholfree concept of certainly fits our We were hoping all along that the private sector would pick this The area where the club wiU be located is cur rently zoned for neighborhoods and what is con sidered generally daylightoriented The request for rezonlng has already been ap proved by the citys planning and zoning com mittee and has gone uncontested before a city council public Mike Shands of the citys planning department says he sees little trouble in the final steps of the club obtaining the special use permit needed to operate in the Shands says precautions are being taken by the clubs management to insure that the club will not disturb original zoning in Among the precautions are noise blocking insulation for the walls of the square foot area and security guards to control the Images has been involved with many pro grams in San Antonio which are in line with the clubs 4 Kids Palmer Drug Abuse and Students Against Drunk Driving are among the programs supported by Images as a business Kondoff says a tentative date of November 20th has been set for an interested adults and media party to inform the community on what Images is all
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