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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 12, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas                                Local Service Center depends on United Way The 1989 United Way of Comal County helps sup port a local entity which relies completely on local money as a source of Community Service 202 provides various Services to New Braunfels citizens in return for local See Page 3 Men Home celebrath 7 9 year Eden is celebrating 79 years of 4i 4 1 to the elderly during the month of SOWEST F h Walker accepts trade to Minnesota Vikings IT T L DP See J i Dallas Cowboys running back 7 accepted a trade to vboys will receive an unspecified ran players and draft Seepages New Braunfels 239 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377880 5126259144 Zeituno JSPS 377880 5126259144 Thursday October 1989 25 Cents One 10 Pages m to 35 years in prison to 35 years in prison along with a fine for possess ing a controlled Reynaldo Lahn was convicted by an fourman jury after two hours of deliber ation Wednesday for possessing less than an ounce of After a short chase down 81 on April New Braunfels police officers arrested Scma for the possession In addition to the 35 Serna could see his punish ment extended to 45 years depending on an appeal courts conviction because of the April 27 Sernas Robert filed an appeal in the decision after the defendent posted a appeal District Attorney Bill Reimer said he does not expect the appeal decision to affect Sernas jail The jury deliberated about 30 minutes before determin ing Sernas Im very pleased with the Reimer Its See Page 2 School reports hepatitis cases Ready for the Hoopla Jennifer and Angela Miller were two of many students in Patty Smithers art classes at New Braunfels High School making decorations for the downtown area in preparation for this afternoons Downtown Harvest which starts at The evening will feature familyoriented a Harvest Hunts in stores and and lots of Photo by Deryl Clark Parents of Goodwin Primary School students should not worry about the threat of a hepatitis out say Comal Independent School District According to Sandy CISDs public information two cases of the disease have been diagnosed as having hepa titis a form that is not as highly infectious as other Hepatitis A has been diagnosed among the prc first graders at the primary The most recent case was diag nosed weeks after another case was diagnosed in late According to Nurse Linda nouces were sent out to parents of prefirst grade students after the first case was and notices will be sent in light of the new Cam Other side of story Local man working two jobs to make payments pos explained prefirst students do not have close contact with students of other Theres not that much contact with them first and second she Principal Randy Dry said the admi nistrators and teachers at Primary encourage the children to wash their hands after using the restroom and before going to He also said the prefirst graders do not have much contact with the other students during school Students diagnosed with having hepatitis A must have a doctors approval before coming back to Dry Jackson said the Comal County Health Department was notified in both Officials at the Health Department See Page 2 Burglary charges Deputies jail man An Austin man remains in the Comal County jail today after authorities were able to pin two burglaries on him Roy is sche duled to be arraigned today by Jus tice of the Peace Doc He was arrested Monday by two Comal County deputies as he was allegedly trespassing on property off Ranch Road said Detective Dennis He was then arrested for revocation of proba tion on drug Kocpp said he interviewed Eich elbergcr and was able to tie two burglaries to The two burgla ries occurred in April 1988 and April 1989 in the Ranch Road 32 He was a but we were unable to locate him at the Kocpp Editors note Men who dont pay courtordered child support are criti cized by exwives and In the fourth part of a series on child sup one man tells why some men dont By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer Working two minimumwage jobs to make ends meet doesnt leave a lot of extra money for the exwife and says one man who is ordered to pay child Theres a common myth that so many men are living high on the hog once they get said the New Braunfels who will not be iden This man has gotten behind in paying child but he said he always paid something each Though times are most men attempt to pay child he You hear about the poor guy thats Hes got to work two jobs to make ends Hes not getting he The man said he pays a month in child support for his three The amount is withheld from his pay check each month and sent to the dis trict clerks office to distribute to his Before the withholding order was the man was paying a but fell behind when his hours at work were Something had to he Then the exwife filed charges against him in the county attorneys office for criminal A warrant was issued for his arrest and he was taken to His child support was then reduced to an amount he was able to pay and he was ordered to make up back Men going through a divorce shouldnt sign anything until they understand he Find yourself a lawyer right away and get a conti nuance so the attorney will have time to investigate the He said the more time he spent in court with his the less money he could make at The more time I spend in court the less time Im If I dont I cant pay my My attitude Put me in You cant make me I was never against paying child he Divorce is messy especially when there are kids he There are some guys that are out there who just dont he They dont Theyve got the Theyve got the They run but eventually it will catch up with Magazine to feature schools Memorial Primary and Elementary Schools are two of the best schools in the Parents magazine will tell its million readers this Frances school superintendent of Cold Spring Harbor Central School District in New York and a for Parents visited Memorial Prim ary and Elementary Schools 25 to interview teach students and parents as a part of a feature article on the top schools across the nation to be featured in the national publication sometime this Through contacts and networks from such places as Harvard Roberts began identifying schools considered the best in the After talking with Superintendent Chajrles Bradherry and reviewing a years worth of correspondence from the school to the Roberts selected the local primary school for his Its quite having spent a day that this is indeed one of the best schools in the Roberts Roberts commended New Braunfels Independent School District and the staff at Memorial Primary and Elementary Schools for the relationships between the He said the level of sharing and openness between the teachers is unusually high at the Memorial The relationships between the adults the children at Memorial Primary and Elementary also impressed Roberts with their high level of sensitivity and According to a high level of parental involve ment helps to make the local schools the best in the coun He said he was surprised to find parents as well informed about their childrens school as the parents of Memorial Primary and Elementary School In a letter to Principal Karen Roberts Please tell all of your children and the faculty and parents how impressed I am by the fine caring relationships you all have and the stimulating school you I have vis ited many many schools and surely yours is one of the top Parents magazine is a big Bradbenry To have them select one of our schools as one of the best in the country is a real achievement for our 2 Tote those tots Students in Joannie Garzas Child Development classes at New Braunfels High School last week received 10pound bags flour to car ry around to demonstrate what it would be like to take care of a On the students visited McKenna Memorial Hospital to see the delivery room and maternity The sacks of flour will be donated to the Food Pantry Pictured with their children standing from Jennifer Bell and child Jose Fuentes and Monica Gonzales and Steve Streety and and Brandy Welch and Justin and Kemery Kahler with Photo by Deryl Clark The temperature continues to climb and will hit 92 degrees today for the Tonight will be clear and cool and the low will be near 60 It will be more of the Friday with a high near 92 degrees and a low near 60 Inside CLASSIFIED 810 COMICS 6 CROSSWORD 3 DEAR ABBY 5 HOROSCOPE KALEIDOSCOPE 4 SPORTS TV LISTINGS e WEATHER 2 Famed area storyteller Daryl Fleming will lend his talents to New Braunfels Childrens Museum this afternoon at as he relates enchanting folktales of India in conjunction with the cur rent Where in the World which focuses on state and national geography arici also features Kenya and The program will start at so youngsters can come after school and they are invited to stay or come early and tour the Admission is the for nonmembers free for on Saturday at Srinivas Komanduri will perform traditional music of India on the sitar and Rathna Kumar and a dance troupe from the Angli Center for Indian Performing Arts in Houston will perform folk and classical dances representative of the cultural diversity of Ferdinand Lindheimer Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas meets Saturday at 10 in the New Braunfels Pre sbyterian Jerry Thompson will speak on Laredo on the The program will start at 10 followed by a luncheon at their spouses and guests are Thompson has been asso ciate professor of division of arts and sciences at Laredo Stale University chairman of the division of behavioral and social sciences at Laredo Junior College and an instructor in the social sci ence department at Laredo Junior He has written several including Sabers on the Rio along with numerous military encyclopedia and newspaper For more infor call Marie Offerman at The Retired Eagles Activity Club will meet Friday from 5 to 9 at the Eagles Mem bers are asked to bring covered dish Those members with birthdays in October are asked to bring a cake or cookies instead of a covered The local TOPS Take Off Pounds Sensibly will host a Walkfest and Fun Day Saturday at Landa Meet at the wading pool and walk any time between 7 and 11 then eat a snack lunch and join the group for songs and The public is invited for more call Canyon High School and Canyon Middle School band parents are invited to meeting at 7 16 at the CHS band hall to discuss the Cougar Red booster Tonights the night for the McKenna Memorial Hospital sponsored free program by Ray New Braunfels plastic The program starts at 6 in the Garza Street classroom across the street from McKennas main Elbel will dis SM 2   

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