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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 25, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas ComFund car winner December Program A good deed Khai Hun an employee of the West Point Pepperell Iselin was the winner in a recent drawing to give away a car following the Comal County Community Fund Names of those who gave more than or who had a payroll deduction were thrown into a hat and left was With him from ComFund representatives Dick Koegle and Ray Arno Becker of Becker Motor Marcus Purtle of Milt Ferguson Motor ComFund representative Stan and Gary Kahlig of Bluebonnet front Not pictured is a representative of Krueger Photo by Deryl are she the trick is to get the parents familiar with the services and assistance That both the children and the parents can work with the system father than outside of Petfisky said the grant program feally started about a week But she hopes to gets things off with a bang after teachers and students get back to work after the She is planning a brainstorming ses sion with civic leaders and persons involved with social ser vices outside of the The program is funded by a federal grant and will target the Seele Elementary School Other elementary schools in the in cluding the two private also will be Petrisky the program will try to work with parents of older The coordinator said she plans to have a number of speakers and pro grams aimed at teaching parents about the education Both Petrisky and Sanchez said they know firsthand the importance of parental involvement in a childs Petriskys parents did not have a high school education when she was a young but both of them earned general education degrees and her mother went to Petrisky said her parents instilled in her a deep respect for education and their in volvement in her educational career made a difference in her I Weather Extended Forecasts SOUTH TEXAS windy and cold Saturday and Sunday with occasional rain or Decreasing clouds with rain or drizzle diminishing Highs 40s Hill Edwards Plateau and South Central Texas 50s Southeast Texas and coastal plains 50s and 60s lower Rio Grande Lows 30s Hill Edwards South Central and inland Southeast Texas 40s and 50s coastal plains and lower NORTH TEXAS Mostly cloudy Saturday with a slight chance of snow rain or freezing rain and rain Highs 30s to lower 40s lows upper 20s west to mid30s Mostly cloudy Sunday and Monday with a slight chance of snow sleet or rain and rain Temperatures remaining 30s west and central with 40s WEST TEXAS Cloudy and cold Saturday and Sunday with a chance of snow Panhandle and South rain or snow Far West and Permian and mainly rain Concho Partly cloudy and a little warmer day Panhandle highs mid 205 to upper lows South Plains highs upper 20s to near lows midteens to Per mian Basin highs mid30s to mid lows Concho Valley highs upper 30s to lows upper 20s to Far West highs mid30s to lows Big Bend region highs 30s moun tains to 40s lows 20s mountains to 30s Heir of sailor whos named Ewing given HOUSTON AP Swings legacy of is going to a son who last saw him 29 years A probate judge on Tuesday declared Charles Francis Ewing the sole legal heir of Ewing the merchant marine not the notorious television character on the nighttime soap Ill sit on it for thats for Ewing Its better than winning the lottery At least now 1 know where my father Ronald James Ewing died after suffering a heart attack in September and his body was found in his rundown boar ding house room in Attorney Ed who was ap pointed to settle the said Ew ing sometimes switched his name to James Ronald and was going by the Gillett found bags filled with uncashed certificates of deposits and retirement funds total ing in Swings During the next seven Gillett and his wife traveled to Singapore and Nova in search of any after the Boston Globe published a story about the Charles was found last month in who with his soninlaw drove for three days to attend the Houston told Probate Court Judge Jim Scanlan he last saw his father 29 years ago when the elder Ewing went to He said his mother died in still hoping she would hear from her long lost Ewing probably will get the money in late January after bills and attorneys fees of about are court officials Cedar Rock 4H Club food and nutrition group from Lou Ann Tessa Longer and Missy Longer were busy Thursday delivering a load of groceries as their communi ty service The three were assisted by Tracie Smith Photo by Deryl Clark Treenapping victim found safe near scene MINNEAPOLIS APi Elmer the victim of a is only a little worse or wear after being found not too far from the scene of his abduction Elmer is the Minneapolis Park Boards 7foot tall rubber costume of an American elm For 12 he has visited the citys grade urging care of urban woodlands He went to the Hyatt Regency hotel last Thursday night to enter tain at the Worlds Largest office a fundraiser His keepers briefly left him in a storage and when they Hlmer was gone He was last sevn being carried from the hotel by lour unidentified men Beth a Minneapolis real estate said he abducted elm was omul in an elevator in ihe Hyatt parking ramp Tuesday night The doors opened and there was poor face down on the elevator floor 1 knew who he was right away 1 hail shaken his limb last Only for a The most precious things happen only for a A much needed a a pat on the They can turn a blue day into a sunny like a covey of quail theyre here only for a moment then We think this is the best time of the year to enjoy those precious enjoy For a moment is all it Merry Christmas from MBank New MBankNe Braunfels A Momentum Bank On the Plaza Motor Bank at 153 Landa and at Main Bank Memoei MCap MPOCI ana FQiC N s Vi V I ftp
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