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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 16, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                Veterans thanked for homecirown display of patriotism See Opinion Courrty courthouse inside People Stammtisch Country See Sports Page 1B V um Revue fi i 1 j TX I 1 1 l i t I y i Blrthday wlslws from ttw HeraldZrtiMtg The New BraunfelS Herald Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to HettttMr Williams ItachMto Rapp Jertk Sahuar Nanoy KIM upfttr Chad Kan namar 17 Tharaaa Schneider Juetln Parch man 12 Brandon CraMII 16 Jennifer Laffary Francla co Urlaa tr Susan ChiMs Larry W Mueller arid Emast Sotalo Happyanniversarywish aa to Mr and Mra Ray mond Camarano Jr 33 Laroy and Dalla and Ruben and Barbara Maurln 40 i i i i HIATHM WILLIAMS saaaai i i f 40 Pages In three sections Sunday JuneIB 1996 Serving Comal County fof mbrethan 144 years si Home of H1AT1 Steppedup child support enforcement floods district clerks s M Chamber needs summer volunteers The Greater NeW Braunfels Chamber of Commerce needs volunteers to help out in the Visitor Center during the summer Volunteers are need 1 ed weekdays and weekends for threeor fourhour shifts On weekdays volunteers assist the staff by compiling brochures and stuffing envelopes and on weekends they keep the Visitor Center open to greet tourists If you want to help out call Lyndi Moon at 6252385 Pilots Club gets off the ground The first gathering of retired fliers was held in May with 24 people in next meeting will be Tuesday from 11 to 1 at the Senior Citizens Center 655 Lahda St Suggested cheon donation is Barbecue and concert slated The Hill Country Chorus will i present a concert at the Comal County Senior Citizens Center Tuesday A barbecue dinner will be served at and the concert will start at Tickets are and the money will go to the centers expansion project Circus is coming The Shrine Circus is coming I to New Braunfels with one performance at the Rodeo Arena sponsored by the Comal County Sheriffs Posse The performance is at Friday Tickets will be sold the day of the perfor mance at the Rodeo Arena box office HOPE to sponsor college workshop The Hispanic Organization for Public Education will hold a workshop for anyone age 18 or older interested in attending college The meet ing is at 7 Monday at the NBNB Building 1000 N Wal nut Guest speaker will be Richard Delgado of San Anto nio College Upper Room opening The Upper Rfopm is a sum mertime gettogether ori Wednesday nights from 7 to 11 for all high school youth pf New Braunfels It will run from this Wednesday to Aug 7 St Paul Lutheran Church will host the Upper Room from June 19 to July 10 and First Protestant Church will host it after that This newspaper is printed on recycled newsprint By DEMISE DZIUK Staff Writer I dont think we were ever aware of the number of she said Its kind of Tejano musician David Marez is not The increase in the number of delin the only one finding himself in trouble quent cases being pursued by the with child support payrtents The office is reflected in financial Attorney Generals office has stepped v up its efforts to make sure divorced The district clerk charges the state famers help share the financial burden from to for various services in of raising their children helping the state enforce child support And thai increased enforcement is judgements causing a flood of paperwork at the Herbrich said the county bills the Comal Cbunty District Clerks office office and is reimbursed for Comal County District Clerk Mar 66 percent of the costs Herbrich said garet Herbrich said clerks across the the reimbursements for January by paper through May of 1996 has tripled from Theyve been msmtoted to take a up ift couri thanks to a new law that went into effect last September She should take place at the beginning of July If he could have proven he was unable to pay they could have dealt with said Herbrich ver dict does not mean she will get the Herbrich said several other men have been indicted but have hot gone to tri al Herbich said there are more than child support accounts in the county including the ones that are paid in full and her office takes in about payments each month The tension is there because you said the first jury trial for criminal non feel like you cant she said payment of child support in the coun You just wonder where its going to ty was held a few weeks ago The father was found guilty and sentencing Herbrich said she expects the num 1994 1995 1996 dont think we were ever aware of the number of eases Its kind of Margaret Herbrich Comal County Clerk ber of cases to remain high until the state catches up with its backlog of paternity cases However even when the state catches up it will just mean It s a continuous work she smd by MICHAEL DARNALL of local is on to CAto New Braunfels Vi V By ABE LEVY Staff Writer swim krT 1 s Ti t i i has k lessonsof his own compassion he helps a student and is repaid with a Staff Writer and pride inbright smile or a hug riakt riviB thani the What more can a I HU UCNIOC UdUIV I uuutjpooiMuu StaffWriter and pride in bright si M what they do right gives them the local man has used motivation to do more he said Jm f saidDallmanii J Forai t What more can a person ask said Dallmann For all taught his swimmers The same philosophy of selfdis they have taught him something in return Dallmann said that after spend me pnuosopny 01 0 togSWCKlOStoneip of satisfac return Dallmann said that after spend 4 JP I m tion and pride has hehjted Dallmann ing so many years working swim cbach and ihirougO coach thousands of swimmers over dren he has learned a lot and if he 1 coacjiirig has learned past 3 years Dajlmann good then what he knows now he How wouldhave been a better fattier than would be more involved in what ki should offer insightas idea will take flight The studys conclusions are based This is a class project that just on 35 interviews with community lead wouldnt go away ers asking them about their image of a As part of his training in the 1994 Y its strengths and weaknesses LeadershipNewBraunfels class Tim wnetiier a Y is needed and whether Brierty conducted a study looking into economy js ready to support a Y whether the community would benefit Preliminary reports indicate a posi from a YMCA tive response from the study Brierty Brierty senior vice president for operations at McKenna Hospital grad bottom Hne is whether comk mtedfromthelocalleadershipschool muni ig tQ yidd but people kept asking him about the Y which fifst tWQ years of project the oroiect Although the response was positive F J the idea waited in limbo until Brierty decided to make a serious effort to get it off the ground Brierty and six other community leaders have formed a task force to keep the ball rolling More than two years after getting started the class project is up for com munity consideration at a 7 hear ing Thursday at Memorial Elemen tary 1900 S Walnut Ave Im concerned rillose the momen group can gam a charter that Will allow turn and hope it wont be a sevenman it to take action toward starting corn show anymore but that people come munity programs The Y m San Anto out of the woodwork to come out and nio would also help oversee estabhsh Brierty said ing a Y in Comal Gounty At the meeting the results of a fea So far the Ys only presence in the sibility study will be made public and area has been an afterschool program If theThursday meeting goes well fund drive will take place until My 25 to raise the money Brierty said The fund drive would start up again in January if enough money is not raised The United Way of Comal County paid for the study which First Council Inc of Dallas conducted discounted price Brierty said If enough money comes in the like them to said wpuld concentrate more on the thwgs that mce them happy than on job fafoerfigure r Vt C wiS n yews ago whenPftll i r end f practice we have tfc he bew somewhat of 9 role 1 It confidence in knowinu vou raising gra gnwtelHldien 19 great wniuil ClUUlt UHJ 4iWHVUiiw T TSVW rr w r Ho said it is human HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL Driver escapes injury New Offlcf r John Vlllarwal looks over the of Friday morning accident Sallto Wood 80 of Rosenberg Texas escaped Injury when her recreational vehicle crashed in a field at Highway 46 and Mission Valley Road See story Page 2A For subscription or advertising information call the HeraldZeitung at 6259144   

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