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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 13, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas                                THURSDAY New Braunfels Senior League AllStars keep rolling See Page 6 50 CENTS New Braunfels Comal County Courthouse HeraldZ 10 Pages in one section July Comal County for more than 143 years Home of ARMANuO J HERNANDEZ Vol 143 No 174 Inside Sports Market Stammhsch Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeitung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends birthday wishes to Armando J Hernandez Fell Crepo Crystal Moreno Debbie Kocian and Nora Sotelo River and aquifer information Comal River 308 cubicfeetper second same as yesterday Edwards Aquifer feet above sea level down 07 from yesterday Guadalupe cfs Hispanic Chamber hosts monthly mixer The New Braunfels Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will host its first monthly mixer Thursday July 13 from 5 to 7 at the Adobe Cafe on Highway 81 Chris and Judy perform in Landa Park tonight The Concerts in the Park series continues Thursday with childrens and country musi cians Chris and Judy The concert starts at at the dance slab in Lan da Park It is free Bring your lawn chairs but no glass con tainers allowed All you can eat barbecue The Canyon Lake Masonic Lodge will hold an all you can eat barbecue July 15 from 11 to 2 at VFW Post 8573 in Saltier Cost is for adults for children under 12 Public invit ed Gruene Market Days this weekend Historic Gruene Market Days will be July 15 and 16 from 10 to 6 on the grounds of the Guadalupe Valley Win ery More than 100 Texas artists offer everything from home made hot sauce to hand carved furniture Musical per formances at Gruene Hall will include Tracy Lynn Rotel and Hot Tomatoes and the Tailga tors Republican Women to host Patriotic Luncheon The New Braunfels Republi can Women will host a Patriotic Luncheon July 17 in the home of Robert and Cristabell West our newest 1220 Fox Glen in Gruene Royal Masset from the Republican Party of Texas will be the guesl speaker Guests are invited to wear patriotic colors to this Appreciate America event Join the fun at noon Bereavement Support Group meets Share advice about how to cope with prepare for and go on living after the death of a loved one at the Bereavement Support Group meeting at 3 July 13 at the Senior Cen ter The winning numbers Lotto Texas million jackpot TEXH6 LOTTERV A Most VALUABLE EMPLOYE Dionne Moreno keeps the wheels greased at Comal County Community Services By SUSAN FLYNTENGLAND Staff Writer Every office has one you dont know how indispensable they are until theyre out recep tionist who keeps the wheels of office organization turning smooth ly Dionne Moreno fills that role at Comal County Community Services for the developmentally disabled Im a job Moreno said I love the Like the best receptionists she brightens the office with her sunny disposition Like othet CCCS work ers Moreno is a state employee Moreno who is mentally retarded is also a CCCS client Ive been working here since the first of Moreno said Moreno got her job likemany enter prising people dp said CCCS Employment Specialist Amzie Miller After six months of volun teering the job came open and she was encouraged to Miller said State employees go through rig orous training including extensive first aid and CPR Miller said Moreno was no exception Morenos duties are varied I type memos I answer phones I take mes sages 1 shred paper I get to call my own she said Moreno uses an IBM personal computer to do her work I Ijve with two roommates Xni ajso looking Moreno said Moreno pursues her hobby a passion she said I love music Moreno said She sings soprano first tenor and plays keyboard Weve got to change peoples minds to think in terms of a persons abilities not dis Ron Roberts CCCS director People always say r have such a beautiful voice and I love to use it when 1 she said Moreno sur rounds herself with musical images earrings a ring and a necklace I either have to wear it look at it or make she said Im glad Ood gave me a I love to swim Moreno said She reads voraciously romance suspense horror fiction science fiction I also love she said Lord I love babies and Moreno writes poetry too Heres one called One Person in My she said 1 have this one saved on my I would like in the near future to sing Spanish she said Moreno is fluent in Spanish and Eng lish Weve got to change peoples minds to think in terms of a persons abilities not Ron Roberts CCCS director said These people are a part of a community a valuable part and theyre a Moreno hopes to reiire from state employment at age 44 Another goal would be to keep progressing to grow and learn each and every day in everything that I she said HeiaWZertunophoto by DOUG LOVEDAY Studying building plans Wednesday atop the second floor addition at NBHS are James R MacDonald NBISD construction coordinator and Rick Riley construction superintendent Construction project should ease I pains at high school By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer Kahlig charges pending By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND Staff Writer Charges of disorderly conduct with a firearm will be filed against former Bluebonnet Motors general manager and city council candidate Gary Kahlig County Attorney Nathan Rheinlander said yesterday Kahlig allegedly parked a bicycle which had a loaded AR15 assault rifle strapped to it in front of the county courthouse June 29 We have reviewed statements from the Sheriffs Rheinlander said We will presently be filing when that will be likely to come up for arraignment I cant he said The next available court date will be Monday July 24 Rheinlander said But I dont anticipate this case will be arraigned on that he said It will take its place on the docket with the other Carrying a rifle on a vehicle is legal in the state of Texas Rheinlander said Riding around with a rifle in the back of your pickup is he said Displaying a gun in a way that caus es fear in the public however can make a person subject to prosecution he said Students attending New Braunfels High School may be a little cramped when school starts in August How ever administrators predict that the construction of additional classrooms should be completed by the time stu dents return from the Christmas break New Braunfels Independent School District is building 11 additional class rooms above the addition built in 1986 Construction plans include two stair wells an elevator and sprinkler sys tems throughout the building Jim MacDonald New Braunfels Independent School District Con struction Coordinator said the project which is currently about a week ahead of schedule should be completed by the second week in December The Christmas break will then be used to move everything into the rooms so they can be fully operational by the rime the students return Any possible delays due to weather have already been figured into this time schedule he said The only thing that would slow them down now is not being able to get the material But the contractor knows in enough time to work around said MacDonald Weve timed it so construction workers and students wont have to come in contact with each Jim MacDonald construction coordinator Lonnie Curtis NBISD Assistant Superintendent of Finance said the project is running about over the expected cost The increase is a result of general prices being more than what was expected and not because of change orders Curtis said this is actually normal and somewhat expected Its because of an increase in the cost of mechanical and electrical equip ment and having to do a little more with the electrical equipment than we said MacDonald The exterior of the buildings should be completed by the end of the sum mer as well as any work that needs to be done in the groundlevel classrooms The only real work needing to be done on the existing classrooms is addition al sprinklers This should eliminate most if not all of the inconvenience of the students said Curtis Principal John Turman said the only inconvenience the students may encounter is a restric tion on the number of accesses from the outside MacDonald said NBISD adminis trators and the contractors worked hard on the timing of the project so the stu dents would be affected as little as pos sible People arent used to being on con struction sites and we dont want them on construction sites The closer they get to the site the safer we want to make said Its been planned to the second Weve timed it so construction workers and students wont have to come in contact with each Turman said the buildings may be crowded for the first couple of months however classes will progress as usu al He said the classrooms will be in use at all times and there will be floater teachers These teachers will not have their own classrooms Instead they will use the rooms that are vacant due to a teachers break These teachers will be ones that do not have a full academic load such as coaches and activity sponsors and newly hired teachers Turman said It hasnt been an inconvenience so far and I dont see it being one when Sayonara Local teacher headed to Japan for a year By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer A former New Braunfels High School student has been accepted into a program that will send her to Japan for a year to teach In November Jennifer Brockman 23 applied for the Japanese Exchange Teacher Program Brockman said the application process was extensive and required an essay two recommenda tions and six pages of short answers After a review of her application Brockman was asked to go to the Japanese Embassy in Houston for an interview It took three days for all the inter views to be completed Then out of the 200 applicants from the region 58 were chosen Brockman was among them and will leave on July 22 for a year Brockman said the contract is only for a year but an individual has the option of renewing the contract twice She said she would probably consider renewing it after the first year Most people are asked to stay if theyve done a good job You could stay up to three she said Brockman will be assigned to the main office of the program in Takaya ma Japan While in Japan Brockman will travel to seven different schools teaching English to approximately students Im going to be in the undevel oped part of Japan compared to what most people think of as she said Brockman said her interest in joining the program began when she was in school because it sounded like a good opportunity and she had heard many people were able to pay off their stu dent loans because of the higher salary paid in Japan She said she is also excited about all the new people and culture she will encounter in Japan She said part of the reason she is so excited about going to Japan in because she went to Belgium as an exchange student in high school and loved it 1 look forward to making lifetime friendships Im also excited about learning the culture and bringing it back with me to use in my classroom in the United said Brockman She went on to say that her love for languages made learning Japanese one of the most exciting things about the trip 1 dont speak Japanese yet Im learning she said Any reservations or fears Brock man may have had are gone She said she is busy getting ready to leave but shes not nervous at all The more I learn about Japan the more excited I she said Brockman graduated from North Texas University with a degree in for eign languages specifically French and German She just got married and her hus band plans to join her in Japan She said he is hoping to teach English or guitar Brockman said individuals interest ed in applying for the program can get more information by calling the Japan ese Embassy at 713 6522977 She said the only requirements are that the individual has graduated from college by the summer before the trip The deadline for applying is December NBISD makes it easier for students to earn college credits By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer The New Braunfels Independent School District took steps to help its students make a better transition from high school to college by help ing them earn college credits In a board of trustees meeting Tuesday the NBISD board approved matriculation agreements with Palo Alto College Southwest Texas State University and St Philips College The district already has an agree ment with San Antonio College The agreement is a contract between the two in which the high school offers classes which count as college credit or for advanced place ment at the college Debbie Fitsko Administrative Assistant for Career Technology Community and Adult Education said an advantage of the agreement is that the student does not have to meet any prerequisites or pass a placement exam The classes are also offered at no cost to the student or the district The classes are very intense at the college level A student is required to take two or three at the high school level to receive credit for one class at the college level she said A student may have to take three electives to get credit in one class Fitsko said the agreement with San Antonio College has been in place for about a year She hopes future agreements can be made with more schools and in a wider variety of areas The agreements will allow stu dents to receive credit in the areas of business technology child develop ment agribusiness operations office systems technology allied office system technology hospital management and agriculture sci ence In other board business the board approved the authorization to renew a contract with the New Braunfels Police Department The district pays the police department in exchange for narcotics marijuana and alcohol detection services which includes canine searches More lenient CISD policy on commencement participation is the right move See Page 4   

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