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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 31, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas WEDNESDAY Rangers steal one from Hays at the buzzer See Sports Page 6 New Braunfels 50 CENTS Old New Braunfels Academy 16 pages in one section Wednesday January Herald 179 ilQPUB 2627 E YAHDELL DR EL PASO TX Serving Comal County and surrounding areas for more than 144 years Home of BRITTNEY DAWN HENSLEE Vol 144 No 56 Inside Market Stammtisch Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeitung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends birthday wishes to Ladonna Kruppa Susie Gra ham Sylvia Leticia Fernandez belated and Brittney Dawn Henslee one Happy anniversary to Lori and Ricky McCoy Pollen Count Pollen measured in parts per cubic meter of air Information provided by Dr Frank Hampel Water Information Comal River 282 Cubic Feet Per Second same as yesterday Edwards Aquifer Panther Canyon Well feet above sea level down 03 Youth Show registration needed by tomorrow registration for the Comal County Youth Show Home making Art Department is under way Entry is open to grade three to age 19 Entry forms are available at the County Extension Office Call 4382772 for information Forms must be returned to the Extension Office by 5 tomorrow All Boy Scouts Girl Scouts FFA FHA 4H or stu dents taking a homemaking photography art or craft class in conjuction with classroom curriculum are invited to enter Optimists to meet at Molly Joes The New Braunfels Optimist Club will hold its next meeting at Feb 5 at Molly Joes Restaurant At a short business meeting the planned Optimist Youth Golf Tournament will be discussed Guest speaker will be Chip Schumacher of the Hill Coun try Nursery Memorial fund for Kiesling family set up A memorial fund has been set up to benefit the family of Ben Kiesling If you wish to contribute simply go to the Randolph Brooks Credit Union in New Braunfels and tell them to contribute Do you know an Unsung Hero Each spring the Herald Zeitung presents a Citizen of the Year award and several Unsung Hero awards at a reception celebrating the annual Horizons edition of the newspaper The HeraldZeitung needs the publics help in finding Unsung Heroes Do you know a person whose good deeds have gone unrecognized Let us know about him or they can receive the credit they deserve Mail or drop off a letter telling us about your Unsung Hero candidate to HeraldZeitung Heroes 707 Landa St New Braunfels TX 78130 Nominations may also be faxed to 6251224 Make sure to include you own name and daytime telephone number Domino tournament Saturday Lions 42 Domino Tourna ment will be held Saturday Feb 3 from 9 to 5 at the Senior Citizens Center on Landa Street Catholic Schools Week t HeraldZeitung photos by MICHAEL DARNALL Jan 29 to Feb 4 is Catholic Schools Week and Sts Peter and Paul School kicked it off in style with a balloon release left Monday morning Above Chelsea Smith tells Melanie Madero to look how high my balloon The Catholic Schools Week celebration contin ues at Sts Peter and Paul today with a buddy picnic and relays and a Mind Jogger contest Students will hold a carnival tomorrow and a scavenger hunt Friday and a book fair is being held at the school all week Relief is in sight February brings end of cedar fever By DEMISE DZIUK Staff Writer Theres good news for allergy sufferers The mountain cedar season which has affected many this year is com ing to an end Dr Donald Kennady of New Braunfels said the mountain cedar season is just about He said typ ically the pollen season for mountain cedar in the New Braunfels area runs from midDecember to the end of Jan uary which means relief should be in sight for many We should be getting to the end of the season and the amount of pollen in the air should start said Kennady Kennady said he believes the orange pollen which is released from the male trees has affected more people this year He said it has been made worse by other allergens The immune system is weakened due to reactions to oth er allergens such as molds making it more sensitive to cedar pollen he said Some people have been allergic to mountain cedar this season that have never been affected said Kennady He said there are now three antihistamines available in prescription that work well and do not create drowsi He said these are Seldane Hismanal and Claritin Some of these have been combined with a deconges tant However he said a Ibt of the overthecounter med ications are good and sufferers just need to find one that works for them He also added that if allergies are really bad a person may want to consider seeing a doctor about vaccines Kennady also added that there are a few steps a person can take to ease allergies like cleaning often and changing air filters frequently New office puts smile on IPs face By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer BULVERDE is now in session in Bulverde as Justice of the Peace Fred Stewart holds court in the recently completed Precinct building Judge Stewart and clerks Donna Allen and Kay Byrd moved into the new building almost a week ago The new JP building is located a few yards from the old facility which had been used for 17 years in downtown Bulverde I like it very Stewart said Our clerks have more room we have plenty of parking space it is more convenient for the public to transact legal business and there is plenty of room for everyone during court The 50 foot x 50 foot steel pre fabricated building has a waiting area a large clerks office protect ed by a large teller window a break room a court room a storage room for records judges office an office for County Fire Marshall Milton Willmann and an office for Constable Jim Hanley if he desires to use it Byrd said the facility gives her the opportunity to get more work done 1 love the Byrd said Having the jury room means we will not have to move out when court is in session There will not be that much noise or confusion in this In the old 31 x 20 facility which is still located next to the Bulverde Bakery there was limited space The courtroom was crowded and there was not much space for jury trials When the jury deliberated it had to go into the clerks room forcing both Allen and Byrd to stop their work and go outside with the judge and the attorneys Court records and documents were stored and crammed in shelves With the new storage room Allen said and the county provid ing a regular maintenance person to take care of the building it is much Having the jury room means we will not have to move out when court is in Kay Byrd JP office worker easier to store current records and take the old ones to the Comal County Courthouse We now have a regular mainte nance person sending the files to New Braunfels every week instead of once every two Allen said It is a lot for Judge Stewart to take the records into New Braunfels himself Now we are able to clear a lot of old records from the build Security is also another advan tage the new facility has Allen said Since we have the teller win dow for legal transactions we will have more Allen said We have the door between the lobby and the clerks area locked and we will unlock it to allow peo ple to see Judge Stewart especially likes the new court room since it has a new wood varnish bench a witness stand and 30 chairs which is more space than the old facility held and tables for both the defense and prosecution Stewart said a jury box will also be added pretty soon The new building has central and heat making it more com fortable for the staff and the judge to work in This means there will be no more noisy air conditioners or heaters Stewart said the new facility fin ished many years of waiting I really appreciate Comal Coun ty and Commissioner Danny Scheel for providing us with this build Stewart said Dedication ceremonies for the new facility will be at 9 this Saturday Alcoholircc singles dances start this Friday By DEMISE DZIUK Staff Writer Meeting someone special in New Braunfels just got easier Single people in town will soon have a new option for how to spend their Friday nights and still meet people There really is a need for this type of thing in just about every community Thats what were trying to said Arlene Sheer a member of the dance planning committee A dance for single people ages 25 to 105 will be held every Friday in Feb ruary starting this Friday Gladys Bartling director of the Seniors Center of Comal County said if the first month goes well it will be continued and she hopes it is a big success We want to stress its for younger people too We dont want just the old er crowd We want all she said The dances will be held from 8 to midnight for singles no marrieds at the center at 655 Landa There will be no alcohol no smoking no Tshirts and no tennis shoes Snacks will be available for purchase and all proceed will go towards the Seniors Center A DJ will be on hand to provide a wide array of music said Bartling Well do everything from German music to the Jitterbug to line she said Committee chair Ron Rainey said the center needed a way to raise money When he was in the American Legion in Michigan they realized a need for a place for single people to go for fun and to meet new people He said he suggested this may be just the thing New Braunfels needs also Not all of them succeed It just depends on how you run it and who runs he said Were going to give the Roaring 20s a little bit of said Bartling We would like people to feel comfortable coming to a place all by themselves to meet Bartling said there is no way to tell how many will attend the dance How ever shejiopes that a lot of people will hear about it and bring friends with them Bartling said it would even be great if it took off so well that it would turn into some form of nightclub for singles However she said that will depend on the response to the dances Advance sale tickets are available at the Seniors Center of Comal County for and tickets at the door will be The planning committee for the first singles dance includes Ron Rainey Arlene Sheer Virginia Booth Gladys Bartling and Jeanne Freese New manager sees huge potential at airport By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer The New Braunfels Municipal Air port is taking off in a new direction with the hiring of Darrell Phillips as its first airport manager Phillips started his new job on Jan 15 after his hiring was approved by the New Braunfels City Council Phillips said he wants to be more than just the manager of the airport I think the airport has great potential and a nice Phillips said For economic reasons it is a great opportu nity to promote the community Im very community oriented 1 want to keep in touch with the Phillips will work directly under City Manager Mike Shands Phillips said he hopes to make the airport a true part of the community He wants to do this through a job fair to be held at Canyon Middle School on Feb 9 and through tours with preschool elementary mid dle and high schoolers he wants to estab lish By having these tours 1 want to get young people involved in Phillips said Enhancement Phillips said will be the main goal of his while he is airport manager Phillips I would like to see an enhancement development not in size but more in terms of a first impression in which the air port will repre sent the com munity and what we have to Phillips said With the general aviation field expand ing with more companies building and rebuilding aircraft Phillips believes that the muncipal airports location will be an added plus One of our advantages is our loca Phillips said We are located in between Comal and Guadalupe coun ties which is between 1H10 and 1H35 This area is a good funnel into San Anto nio We have the facilities fuel tanks hangars and a restaurant needed to accomodate the travelers and business men who come to his area The airport has great services for While performing his duties as air port manager Phillips said he will be wearing two hats I am the land tenants airport repre Phillips said 1 will represent them as an executive business person who will go out and promote the air port and get grants which will help with improvements for the As for the long term goals for the air port Phillips said he and the city are working on a master plan for the air ports future We will have to sec how it Phillips said of the master plan Phillips served at Mesquite Metro Air port in Mesquite Texas in airport oper ations for five years Before he got into the aviation business Phillips worked as a fanner and an assistant farm man ager in Arkansas for 10 years 197888 before he moved to Dallas in 1988 to pursue his career in aviation Phillips attended Mountain View College and completed an associate degree in aviation pilot in 1990 He attended Dallas Baptist University from 199495 where he graduated with a bachelor of applied business adminis tration with a major in aviation man agement Phillips has been a licensed pilot for IS years His parents James aiui Dorothy were involved in the aviation field Phillips and his wife Stacia have three children 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