New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 28, 1994

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 28, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 28, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Cougerettes    host    Tivy in 28—4A showdown, Sports, page 9,10 New Braunfels COUNTDOWN! 421 DAYS New Braunfels Sesquicentennial March 21,1845 March 21,1995Herald 16 Pages in one section ■ Friday, Jan. 28,1994 Serving Comal County for more than 142 years ■ Home of JENNIFER ANTON Speakers tell CISD board to quit bickering Weather/Pollen/Water, Opinion........... Archives Anonymous Sports Day.........birthday wishes from tho Herald-Zeftung! The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung extends the following >irthday wishes to; Adelina Pina, Ed Horne (1-29), Rodie Decker, Jennifer Anton, and Sandy Morales. Happy belated birthdays to Mary Juarez (1-25) and Sgt. i lavid Moreno (1-20). Happy 1I7th anniversary to Tim and Charlene Pittman. By ROSE MARIE EASH Staff Writer The public expressed their frustration with what one speaker called “petty personal problems” on the Comal Independent School District board of trustees at Thursday night’s board meeting. In response to a discussion on the appropriateness of Tom Potter returning as a voting board member speaker made it clear the board should be addressing educational issues rather than trying to shoot each other down. Three people attending the meeting spoke on the issue. Scott Watson said the discussion was a “waste of tune” because it had been clear to him at th* board meeting that it was appropriate for Potter to resume his seat. Twyla Walters said, These petty personal problems ... (have) no place here.” She said “you need to put them in your back pocket and sit on it hard."Nursing program set for Fob. 1 at NBISD RNs and LVNs - Earn Contact lours. “Nursing Law & You” will be held on Feb. 1,1994, at NBISD Education Center, 430 West Mill Street. Cost: S20. Time: 6:30-8:30 p.m. This has been approved by Texas Nurses Assoc, for 2.4 hours. Call (210) 620-6200 for more information. Use back door entrance. Herald-Zeitung photo by JOHN HUSETH Billy Turner, of the Strand, made a name for himself on his ”1993 Hair Tour. Hair Torn *93 Tom Potter member according to the district's attorney. No vote was necessary and although none was taken the discussion on the subject involved nil the board members and Middleton said there was a consensus to advise Potter that he was still a board member. He said when he did so Potter told him he had not decided whether he would return or when so Middleton had no prior knowledge of that, but it was completely legal for Poser to be on th* board.    J* All of them asked the board to stop waking time on such issues and get back to the real purpose of the board— to help educate the children in the district. In other business, patron Gloria Herrera asked for an explanation of the resolution of the illegal dumpsite at Smithson Valley Middle School. Roy Linnartz responded that it had been cleaned up and both the county and the Texas Natural Resources and Conservation Commission were satisfied with the clean-up. Superintendent Jerry Major’s contract was extended despite Kirk and Thomas Bruce’s objections. Kirk abstained and Bruce voted against the extension. They wanted the board to wait another six months before evaluating Major. Kirk withdrew an agenda item calling for reorganization of the board officers. The meeting lasted until well passed 2 a.m. y Turner goes on a different kind of tourNB Retired Teachers to meet Feb. 2 ; The New Braunfels Retired Teachers Association will meet Wednesday, Feb. 2 in the NBISD Education Center Board Room. The business meeting and program will begin at IO a.m. proceeded by coffee & cookies at 9:30 a.m. The program will consist of a discussion and slide presentation on wildflowers presented by Dick Henderson.Army band to perform free concert The Herald-Zeitung will sponsor a performance by the Army Ground Forces Band of Fort McPherson, GA, at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 12 at the New Braunfels High School Auditorium. Admission is free, but a ticket will be required. Pick up a ticket at the Herald-Zeitung office, 707 Landa St. during business hours, Monday to Friday. ‘These petty personal problems... (have) no place here. You need to put them in your back pocket and sit on It hard.’ — Twyla WMm By JENNIFER ROMFO.    tography techniques. Stall Writer    “We’ve been getting into a lot of   photography,” he said. “It’s the He may not be a member aft lock    quickest way for a hair dresser to get band or a famous musician, but local    known.” business owner Billy Turner contin-    Turner said he also teaches hair trad to make his name known last    dressers how    to    talk to    photogra- year during his nationwide tour.    priers. Turner, owner of The Strand    “ft helps us by having knowledge Satanical completed his “1993 Hair    of photography to convey what we Tour.” Turner traveled across the    are trying to get across,” he said, country teaching other stylists about    He explained the salon business, a new techniques, products and ways to    billion dollar industry, has been void manage businesses.    0f leadership for several years. Turner, 29, said he sometimes goes    “Now it’s just a mix of people, from salon to salon and sometimes    and salons have become    very travels to trade shows.    mediocre,” he said. “It can be one on one or all the    “We’ve taken a look at business way up to major shows,” he said.    and how to serve the client. People Turner said he mainly teaches    are getting much more knowledge- strategies to help salons work more    able about what they should be get- like businesses by instigating pro-    ting. grams like retirement, insurance, and    “According to statistics, there are savings programs.    going to be fewer and fewer busi- ‘Thosc arc things we don’t nor-    nesses that people will leave their mally see in the salon industry,” he    homes to go to.. .The service indus- said.    try will become stronger,” he said. “Everyone has a differed gig. My ?    The tour covered cities such as forte is cutting hair and business    Los Angeles, Chicago, New    York, strategies.”    Atlanta, Minneapolis, Dallas,    Hous- Hc also teaches about the latest    ton. New Orleans and Long Beach, trends, product lines, team building    Turner said he sometimes conducts and environmental tips. Turner said    the presentations by himself and he has recently been teaching pho-    sometimes hires a support team. This last tour was sponsored by Aveda; however, Turner said he is beginning to do more presentations under his name. During 1993, Turner spent an average of five to six days per month in New Braunfels. However, he said he does enjoy having his business in this town. “I moved back here to reestablish a foundation with my family and friends,” he said “It’s also nice to get off the road” TUmer said he gave his fust hair cut when he was 14 years old His mother is also a hair stylist and currently manages The Strand He said his mother was a driving force in his efforts to educate hair stylists about business techniques. “I saw my mother raise kids while working in a salon and not have the opportunities that should be given in a business,” he said. Turner has owned The Strand for three years. He has trained with Vidal Sassoon, Toni & Guy, Kaltieri, Graham Webb and several, other prominent salons. . In April, he plans to travel to London to train with both Vidal Sassoon and Toni & Guy. Bill Smith told the board they should all go back and read the manuals on how resignations are handled — “it’s very dear.” The Potter issue was raised by board member Douglas Kirk. Kirk asked whether or not it was legal or ethical for Potter to return to the board. Kirk said no vote was taken to reinstate him and according to various sources he had consulted Potter should not be reinstated. Kirk had abstained from voting in the last board meeting when Potter returned because he said he was concerned about whether the votes would be considered legal if Potter voted. Presider* of the board Jim Middleton said it was not an issue. He said he had asked for a legal opinion prior to the vote on whether or not a new board member would be appointed Superintendent Major had confirmed at that meeting that if the board chose not to replace Potter he would remain a votingWinter Texan dinner aft Cross Lutheran Cross Lutheran Church, 169 S. Hickory, will hold its annual Winter Texans Dinner, Sunday, Feb. 6. Dinner served from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Spaghetti, salad, dessert, entetainment and fellowship will be served up. A free will offering will be accepted. Call 625-3666.City-wid* garage sale The New Braunfels Children's Museum will boat a dty-wide garage tale at the Civic Center Sunday, Feb. 27 from IO a.m. to 5 p.m. Booth fees are $25. Individuals and organizations will keep.*U proceed! from booth sales. To sign up or get more information, call 6204)939. LETCO honored with national award Get ‘em while they're hot: Super Bowl programs available at Herald office Saturday morning Normally dosed on Saturday, the Herald-Zeitung will be open from 8 am until noon tomorrow to make available the official Super Bowl program. Conal County redden* have purchased some 400 of the programs dace they became available earlier this week, exhausting the newspaper*! initial order. But the Herald’Zeitung has been able to secure additional programs. Thoae were delivered late Thuraday evening. “We’ve been amazed rn the ertfaudasm that has greeted the programs,” Herald-Zeitung Publisher David Sullen! said Friday morning. * The 280-page programs are SIO each, plus tax. Printed on glossy paper with high-resolution color photographs throughout, they include in-depth statistics and scouting reports on all APC. and NFC teams, mil* lineups and numerical roarers, player photos, numerous features on both teams and on the Super Bowl, aphoto-graphic review of the 1993 season, a weck-by-week review of the season, Pro-Bowl rosters, and much more. “This ie the same program that will be sold at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta Sunday,” Sullen* laid. “We’re delighted to be able to make it poedble for Herald-Zeitung reader! to have it when they tit down to watch the gape at home.” Sullen said many people have bought multiple oopici of the program to give to friends aa gifts. Longton Bald the entries are judged by 60 people involved in the chemical industry. Theentriea must be rignificatit to processing, be original and be useful for thoae people in the chemical pro-cesaing industry. ta purchased LE7C0 International in 1968. He saki the idea for the new product occurred the same year. “We presented it to the U.S. Department of Energy. They saw its merit and funded it for development. From there, the production grew,” he laid. Pares said LETCO has spent more than $500,000 in developing the new product. "Our profits have been narrow because we were spending it in developing this product,” he retd LETCO International recently announced th* it will Unloving ire manufacturing facility from McQueeney to New Braun-feli. The company will be combining its administrative offices and manufacturing facility. The administrative offices are currently located * 160 S. Guenther Avenue. “We think we are on the By JENNIFER ROMPCL Staff Writer LETCO International was honored Wednesday when it was presented the 1993 Valier Award from Chemical Processing Magazine. The Valier Award honors the chemical industry's mo* innovative developments. Only 30 of the awards were* preaented nationwide this year. LETCO, which manufkctures electrical he* tracing cable, won the award for its development of an autqmatic metering system th* provides a means of regulating the amount of electrical he* supplied to a he* tracing or procesring system. Dr. James Pares, chairman of LETCO International, was formally presented with the award* a (pedal ceremony in Honor’s Hall. The award was presented by Jim Longton of Chemical Processing Magazine. According to Longton, the Vaaior Award was Marted in 1964 and la named in honor of John C. Vaaior, forma editor in chief of the magazine.Craft show booths avallaMa The Ladies Auxiliary to VFW Po* 7110 ii sponsoring an arts • and craft show * the VFW Po* Home on Peace Aveneu March 5 and 6. Po* members should reserve space by Feb. 5. Co* is $5 pa table, plus an item for the raffle. Others can re* booths after Feb. 5. Call 625-6143 or 625-7502 to reserve space. Stammtisch  _ Here/d-Zeitung phew by JENNIFER ROM PEL Jim Longton presents the award to Dr. James Petes. move,” said Pitas. “It is very The system, when used in a gratifying to us after all thii hard    he* tracing application, can remit work to have a product we devd-    in significant power livings oped honored by virtue of this    because of the ability to regulate Vaaler Award.”    he* input in rcl*ion to the ambi- Patas also recognized other    era temperature. An independent employee! of LETCO who    third party that tested the unit worked on the project. They are    predicted signifies* reduction of Mike Welsch and Tim Vachon.    . energy consumption when com- The amount of sales of the    pared to curie* methods of ther- automatic metering sy*em has,    mostatic control. The lent grown during the pa* three years,    amou* of savings recorded was Last year, 50 of the systems were    44 perce* and the mo* was 74 sold.    perce*. (Tim New Braunfels HeraldZoitung invites its readers to submit items to Stommiisch. According to the Sopkieitbtrg Archives ami members of the German community, “Stammiisch" represents e sitting pines/ar members pf the community to pother end shore tim doy's happenings. We invite you to shore with us.)Looking for a bargain? See the Herald-Zeitung Classifieds ;

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