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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 7, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas BEIT MMIKBLE COPY 25 Cents 187 Stammtisch Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung wishes happy birthday today to Leigh Diana Jennifer Brandy Laura Ed Shirley Ruth Baker and Sheri Happy anniversary today to Guadalupc and Frances Know of a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Community Chorale Community Chorale rehearsals for the fall season begins 7 13 at the Friendship Room of Eden Rummage sale La Mujer a nonprofit will sponsor a rum mage and bake sale 17 and 18 at the Weekend Flea 1661 Seguin from 9 to 6 Garage sale New Braunfels Dance Team will sponsor a garage sale Satur 10 and 11 at the Weekend Flea 1661 Seguin from 9 to 5 Concerned citizens Concerned Citizens Coalition will hold its regular monthly meet ing tonight at at Victoria Bank and Trust meeting room located at 1000 Walnut speaker will be Rebecca associate director of public relations for the Texas Nature Candidates for the upcoming NBISD trustee election have been invited to attend and will be allow ed to address the Reunion committee Viejos Amigos reunion commit tee will sponsor a fundraiser Satur 10 at Our Lady of Perpe tual Help Church from 11 to 3 Barbecued chicken plates will sell for Dance school Registration for the 199192 Hermann Son School of Dance will be 15 from 16 at the lodge located at 463 Union In order to students must be members of Her mann Sons and in good Students must be between the ages of 3 and Registration fee per student is For more informa tion call Denise Bird at 6253093 or Marti Matthews at Flag retirement A date has been set to proceed with the flag retirement ceremony sponsored by the American Legion Post and The public is invited to observe the ritual slated to begin at 8 in Camp Comal Park located at the end of Kuehler on The post is continuing to accept unserviceable flags until ceremony For more information call Leon Helmke at Rummage sale Canyon Lake Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary will sponsor a rummage sale 10 at Startzs Cafe in Start SM Pagt 2 Good Day The chance for rain stands at 40 percent today and with hot and partly cloudy con ditions Highs in the lows near 70 and south east winds gusting at 1020mph are In New Braunfels Tues the high was 95 and the over night low was In the 24hour period ending at 7 inch of rainfall was For weather please see Page IntMt DEAR PRIME TV Serving NEW BRAUNFELS and COMAL COUNTY Zeitimo Home of Robert Smith Wednesday August 1991 One 16 Pages Night Out Addressing residents of the Rivercrest Heights neighborhood at their held at a recently reclaimed riverside is New Braunfels Police Chief Dick Photos by Annelies Schlickenrieder About attend 21 neighborhood events ByMARKWARNKEN Staff Writer About residents attended 21 neighborhood anticrime par ties Tuesday night as part of the third annual New Braunfels Night Thats an impressive increase from the six parties and 300 people who attended organized activities last said Mike director of the Safe City which coordinated the local Some city residents observed the yearly National Night Out with a display of outdoor lights and frontporch but many also organized extensive block flashlight con tests and youth The Landa Estates Neighbor hood Crime Watch won the trophy for the neighborhood gettogether judged best on atten dance and communication of the National Night Out Grist A high percentage of resi about of this neighbor hood near the golf course enjoyed an especially cozy he Police Chief Dick City Manager Paul Groh man and police officers Martin Ray Bobby John Womack and Felix Roque visited each neighborhood gathering to talk about crime pre vention and strengthen police community At the Surnmerwood neighbor hood Headen discussed the police departments apprehen sion there of a carburglary suspect chased from Schlitterbahn on Tuesday Some watchful residents helped police by pointing out the direction the fleeing sus pect ran through the Grist A stroll along the river in the Rivercrest Heights community park is enjoyed by Chad and Katie in a wagon pulled by grand mother Mary Joy Dry and escorted by mother Carol An oldfashioned Ice cream social featuring dips of the homemade confection was the agenda when residents of Merriweather Street gathered Tuesday night for a block The event was part of New Braunfels1 third Night Out Against Teenage boy wounded in game of chance By ROBERT STEWART Stuff Writer A 17yearold New Braunfels resi dent remains in very critical condi tion in intensive care at Northeast Baptist Hospital in San Antonio after suffering a selfinflicted gunshot wound to the The boy was appa rently playing a game of said New Braunfels Police Chief Douglas Matthew of the 600 block of Viewcresi was play ing a game of Russian Roulette around 4 Tuesday when the shooting Headen Russian Roulette is a game where one bullet is loaded into a revolver type handgun and the chamber is The player never knows when the bullet will rotate into the firing The gun is passed around as each player points the gun at his head and pulls the Two other boys were with Saun ders at the time of the Headen Saunders was taken by EMS ambu lance to McKenna Memorial Hospital in New Braunfels and was transferred at to San One suspect held in auto burglaries By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer A San Antonio man remains in the Comal County Jail after being arrested Tuesday and charged with two counts of burglary of a motor New Braunfels Police Chief Dick Headen Reynaldo of San Antonio was arrested after allegedly burglarizing cars in a Schlitterbahn Waterpark parking Headen Bond had not been set as of press Offduty New Braunfels Police Officer Jeff working sec urity at was investigat ing a report of burglary of a motor vehicle in a parking lot area around when he saw a red Vol kswagen leaving the area that fit the description given by a He pursued the vehicle and put out the description on the Units of the New Braunfels Police Department and the Department of Public Safety joined the chase as the suspect fled the Headen The vehicle was found abandoned in Cypress Bend Park by Jimmy Castillo of The suspect was arrested on foot in the Surnmerwood subdivision across the Guadalupe River by DPS Headen All of the in stolen mer chandise was recovered except for a Headen The burgla ries apparently occurred between 11 and NBISD moves from silent former to wattwatching By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer The New Braunfels Independent School District board of trustees once again turned its ear to a silent open as no member of the public took advantage of the opportunity to address the board at a meeting Tues day There has been no public input at the forum since it began in In other the board heard a report on an energy conservation plan that is proposed for the district in the coming school Superintendent Charles Bradberry presented the proposal to combat a general increase in electricity and natural gas Fifty percent of all savings at a particular campus goes to the general while the rest will go specifical ly back to that school to be used to improve the school as they see Bradberry The money could be used for com or what ever the campus he It all goes to the people who make the he If a school is making a tremendous they get half of If they dont make a sav they dont get anything its that Les a representative of Ser vicemaster Company which deve loped the addressed the saying that the program has been successful at East Central School District in San Antonio since they began it in Grant introduced Steve plant manager at who said that they had realized a avoidance of since The only cost has been for binders and copying Parsons The binders contain instructions and suggestions for implementing the The program includes watt watchers in the elementary where the kids are taught to turn off unnecessary Designated watt watchers check rooms and write tick ets to teachers who leave classroom lights on when they are hot An Energy Commission would be established for accounting of including graphing of usage data over the There would also be daily conservation announcements by stu dents and retrofitting old light fixtures with more efficient fluorescent The firstyear goal for the program is a 20 percent reduction in energy We will work with building prin cipals and establish specific See Page 2 Local youngster featured on Televent ByMARKWARNKEN Staff Writer Sixyearold New Braunfels resi dent Deke Eberhard is no different than other local youngsters except that three years of grueling che motherapy qualify him to serve as an ambassador during the last hour of the Leukemia Societys 1991 Televem from noon to 4 Sunday on Channel son of New Braunfels resi dents Diana and Dennis was diagnosed with acute lymphocy tic the most curable form of childhood in July The disease is 80 percent and Dekes prognosis is very Dia na Eberhard Hes continued to grow and get Ho looks as healthy as an his mother The only time you can really tell is after chemotherapy has been done that He gets cir cles under his Doctors say its unusual for child ren not to lose their hair during the Eberhard Friends who have found out about him have looked at him and Hessick Funds raised during the Televent will be used for cancer research and financial assistance for patients with lymphoma and multiple The Leukemia Societys financial assistance program helps families not only with chemotherapy drugs but also with transportation and parking during hospital who will attend Memorial Primary School in the fail after ing kindergarten last year at Cross will complete just more than three years of chemotherapy in His leukemia has been in remission since two weeks after treat ment was started in Eberhard Once a month Deke goes to Santa Rosa Childrens Hospital in San Antonio for chemotherapy treatment and every other week for blood she But his illness hasnt slowed him He continues to pursue his hob bies of and playing soccer and He cant wait to play what he calls big boy ball with out the his mother The Leukemia Society arranged for him to meet Texas Rangers pitcher Nolan Ryan before a baseball game at Arlington Stadium earlier this sum Eberhard Often he can be seen helping his parents manage Eberhard Lumber on Old Sonny radio personali ty with KTFM and former El Rey and Linda public rela tions manager for the San Antonio Airport and former KMOL will host the television fundraisers 20minute local coverage each Shirley awardwinning star of stage and will host the national portion of the Jayne Peter Paul Rodri other corporate lead ers and medical experts also will appear on the entertaining and infor mative fourhour television special to raise money for leukemia Call 3771775 to pledge support or request Participants in Sundays Leukemia Society Televent include Deke of New Andrea and hosts Linda Was and Sonny
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