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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 6, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas HeraldZeltungO Thursday February O 3 Diabetics now have additional support By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer CANYON LAKE Diabetics who live alone or dont know much about their disease now have a place to turn to The Diabetes Education and Support Group began their first session this morning at the Canyon Lake Action Center in Saltier The group was formed with the help of Paula Bergen Morales a registered nurse and certified diabetes educator with The Medical Team The Medical Team is a home health care agency with offices in San Antonio New Braunfels and Canyon Lake Morales said the Diabetes Education and Support Group was formed after a suggestion by a diabetic friend Well I noticed as I was reading the newspaper and being a diabetic educator that there were no support groups available in Canyon Lake and New Morales said My friend from Canyon Lake who has diabetes asked me to call the Canyon Lake Action Center to see if they could hold a diabetes support The support group will meet from 9 to 10 on the first Thursday of each month The sessions are free and are offered to adult diabetics Morales said diabetes is a very difficult disease to handle It is the number one cause of blindness amputations in the and most people on kidney dialysis machines are on she said Diabetes is the fifth leading cause of death to heart disease and The group sessions will allow diabetics to learn many things Morales said They will learn how to live healthy with diabetes by learning management techniques to control their blood sugar Morales said They will learn about meal planning according to the American Diabetic Association They will leam safe exercise techniques to lower their blood sugar and they will leam what behavioral changes they need to make to keep the blood sugar at normal For more information contact Morales at 6298181 Morales tells public universities to use raceneutral policies only Pay as You Go Is Wisdom Mostly Ignored by the Young by Abigail Van Buren 01997 UntaMWI Pmu Syndicate Threeway effort nabs drug suspects By ABE LEVY Staff Writer A joint investigation by three local law enforcement agencies resulted in the arrests of two Austin men Tuesday for charges of possession of drugs totaling a street value of police said Trace Dwain Engel 26 and Christopher Linden 24 were arrested in the southeast side of Travis County completing a two month investigation by the New Braunfels Police Department the Comal County Sheriffs Office and the Department of Public Safety Narcotics Division Both were released on bond each Officers were able to seize an estimated 100 marijuana plants 25 pounds of processed marijuana and 6 1 the Investigators also believe the subjects were planning to construct a methemphetamine laboratory because of other information and items related to the incident police said Polie Beat New Braunfels Police Department Tuesday Arrest on warrants for aggregated theft Austin woman 33 bond Report of burglary of habitation 1057 Linde TV value Report of burglary of motor vehicle IS6S Business 35 credit cards take and of damage to vehicle Report of theft 1185 Interstate 35 Rams Store of gas Report of burglary of non habitation 422 Rusk storage building VCR value Comal County Sheriffs Office Saturday Arrests for possession of marijuana two New Braunfels residents 17yearold man and 17 yearold woman Jan 31 Report of theft 3900 N Interstate 35 WalMart Distribution Center Report of theft construction site 32808 Glen View Canyon Lake scaffolding lumber and a trailer total value Jan 28 Report of burglary of vehicle 200 Cranes Mill Marina Canyon Lake Sheriff and police officials first learned of the alleged operations from informants in the Canyon Lake area who told police about the drug source said Lt Dennis Koepp of the Sheriffs Office Koepp said DPS officials made the arrests in Travis County after obtaining three search warrants based on the initial investigation by local police The incident is an example of working together as one investigator from the police department one from the Sheriffs Office and two from DPS shared information to make the arrests police said Those officers are now part of a regional drugtask force that police officials hope will strengthen the war on drugs in the area Were not going to let citylimit signs from1 get in the ofletting uswork together PoliceChief Ray Douglas said Were dealing with common criminals and a lot of the rime they dont stop at the city limits If you dont worry about the color of the law enforcement uniform it can DEAR ABBY I strongly disagree with your response to Too Trusting in Delaware last summer You stated that most parents are repaid money they lend to their children In my experience and that of 97 percent of my friends and acquain parents of today are not re paid You missed the sad point of the letter that the children are not dis honest or bad they are finan cially irresponsible Young people starting out today want everything they never want to wait The terms budget and save are meaning less to them Borrowing money to buy a computer and Christmas pre sents is typical of their mentality We were brought up to see food shelter and basic clothing as the only essentials Today young people believe that television sets comput ers answering machines pagers CDs videos microwaves are required items Their credit cards are maxed out and they need co signers on loans but they contin ue to buy buy buy Advice from parents is unwel come They only want gifts or If parents refuse they are considered selfish You have every thing lots of money is the lament I have learned to respond I didnt have everything at your age I have acquired my possessions or money through years of work ing and saving Try it HAPPILY SELFISH PARENT HAYWARD CALIF DEAR HAPPILY SELFISH PARENT You said that you brougjitup to see food shelter and baiie Clothing as the only essentials but apparently that message wasnt taken to heart by your own children Of course its never too late to learn to be financially re e will never forget the wonderful Hospice group who loved and cared for us during Andys illness We love you all Andy Andrews Family Rash or Hives A Problem CTHR is conducting a research study for patients with a history of hives from an unknown cause involving an investigational medication l1 FREE Lab Testing Monitoring Study Medication CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH PHONE 6299036 or Metro 6090900 N B New Braunfels Minor Emergency geverly B Nuckols Julia Baldwin MEDICAL CARE When you need it TODAY MOs 1 I U I VOlU pi Convenient Extended Hours thru Friday 10 to 9 Saturdays 10 to 5 226 N Union NOW OPEN sponsible so you are not wrong to deny them money for luxu ries But please go a little easier on the young people of today many of whom were never taught the importance of living within their means DEAR ABBY This is for the woman who says she despises bum ming rides Did it ever occur to her to put a couple of dollars in an enve lope and give it to the driver I drive and I never refuse a ride to anyone from our church who asks but the cold hard facts are it costs me money to drive my car My insurance is a year Last year I spent about on repairs plus gas oil and parking There are a few folks very few who will slip a couple of dollars into my purse These people are picked up at their door rain or shine and returned there For years my mother lived in Florida She didnt drive but she always gave the driver for gas Abby please tell these people to wake up I am living on a limit ed income No name please Sign me CHICAGO DEAR CHICAGO Im print ing your letter with the hope that those people who are given chauffeur service routinely will see themselves and reward the driver appropriately Abby more of her favorite To onlcr rend a eAvtildpc plui chock or money order for in Canada to Dear Abby More Favorite Recipes Box 447 Mount MorriH III 6105404I7 Postage in In By JUAN B ELIZONDO JR Associated Press AUSTIN AP Attorney General Dan Morales has elaborated on an opinion he rendered last August on a ban against Texas colleges and universities using race in decisions concerning admissions financial aid or scholarships Me said in a legal opinion Wednesday that only raceneutral policies can be used Legal opinions from the attorney general carry the weight of law Morales said a federal court decision last year made it clear that Texas schools cannot use affirmative action to increase and maintain minority student enrollment Morales opinion came ncjirly a year after the Supreme Court let stand an appeals court decision to throw out the University of Texas Law Schools former admissions policy which was designed to increase minority enrollment The 5th Court of Appeals in New Orleans last year said the policy discriminated against whites and the Supreme Court allowed the ruling to stand Since then Texas universities have struggled to deal with the results of the lawsuit Its known as the llopwood case after lead plaintift Cheryl llopwood one of four white students who sued after not getting into the law school Let us focus our time energy and creativity on finding alternative ways to promote cultural diversity and equal opportunity in our universities instead of fighting a legal Morales said Morales suggested that school officials consider age sociocconomic history financial status hometown family background and personal talents as ways of maintaining and increasing diversity Wind blamed for botched controlled burn By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer What started out as a routine controlled bum at the Comal County Road Department on Highway 46 became too much to handle for county employees Wednesday morning Road department employees were burning brush which had been cut off countyroad rights of way when the sparks from the fire jumped over to a pile of several tires setting them on fire The sparks flew over there and caught the County Fire Marshal Milton Willinann said They have a big area where they bum the brush They started the fire at around 8 When they started the fire it was calm and the winds were from 6 to 8 mph Then the wind picked up and spread it to tires that were ready to be hauled away which was probably 50 to 60 feet New Braunfels Tire Department firefighters were dispatched to the road department at around Willmann said Firefighters extinguished the fire within minutes It took them six to seven minutes to get Willmann said It took about four to five minutes to put it under control and then they stayed another 20 to 30 minutes to make sure everything was Willmann said there were 20 to 30 tires in the pile that burned No injuries or property damage were reported in the fire Comfort Suites Newly built rooms with refrigerators microwave ovens coffee makers Large conference also v T v iVrt i V 1489 I 35 North 6431100 NOW THRU SUNDAY SAVE UP TO WHEN YOU TAKE AN EXTRA ALL PERMANENTLY REDUCED MERCHANDISE 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