New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 10, 1997, Page 2

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December 10, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 10, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 2A □ Herald-Zeitung □ Wednesday, December 10,1997 V b I I - — Unicorns from Page 1A sumed plenty of food at mealtime, his diet was surprisingly good for a high school student. “I have found Trey to be very conscious of his nutrition,” she said. “He really tries to eat things that will be good for him and help him build strength. I’ll say, ‘Do you want a Coke?’ and he says, ‘No, I want juice or Sunny Delight.’ “He turns down things that 18-year-olds would want to live on.” Roeder said the same could be said for other Unicorns who come by for meals. “I do feed a lot of kids here, so when three guys walk through the door, there is something to eat,” she said. “His friends eat the same way. Most of the ones I know are conscious of what is good for them. They want to be the best and they refuse to lose.” Josh Salge said he wasn’t overly conscious about what he ate but made an effort to stay away from fat and cholesterol. “I try to stay healthy, but my favorite food is probably macaroni and cheese,” he said. “I also like that fast food, but just every once in a while.” NBHS coach Tim Kingsbury makes sure the Unicorns don’t have tao much to eat before a game, tjbugh. :*“We can’t eat anything four hours before a game.” Josh said. ^    vs.    rn- tfssfthmps    Bears • WHEN: 8 pm Saturday • WHERE: Astrodome, Houston, Texas. Uhicom lane aril aff on foe visitors side of the stadium. Searing vrii be first cone, fist serve. •TICKETS: Al sees are general adritieeten. Some 4,000aduft end 3,000 student tickets ae be on sole locely md et Its Astrodome. •WHERE TO BUY THEM: Tickets cen be purchased in achenes el New Braunfels Ugh School. Wednesday Thursday, 8 em to 3 pm., and Friday, 8 em to 1 pm Sludanto~$6; adu8s-$8. Tickets wa be $10 et tie gate. These pricee are good for MI twee playoff games tnt wri be played in foe Astrodome Saturday. •HOW TO DRESS: Bring eight sweeter or jacket, es temperatures inside tile Astrodome tend to be eooL • DIRECTIONS: Take Interstate 10 to Houston, then go aoufo on Loop 610 to Greenbriar Drive. The Aetiodome ie fneide Loop 810 on Greenbrier Otto. The return trip back to New Braunfels wN be more of a problem since only one Interstate IO West lane aril be open. Tease Deportment of Transportation Oildale suggest an agamete route to avoid Interstate 10 Week Take Loop 610 west and then north to Texas 50 (Victoria Highway), foen take Texas SO west to Texas 90 (Grand Parkway). Take Texas 90 north to Internets 10 west beck to Seguin. The efforts of the coaches to keep the team in top shape made a big difference in the performance of the team this season, RaeAnn Roeder said. “One comment I’ve heard from my son speaks a lot for the program, and it’s that they’ve hardly ever been tut (in a game) harder than they do in practice. They always say that perfect practice makes for a perfect game, so I believe when they are out there practicing, it’s almost like a game situation.” Celeste Salge said Josh has macaroni and cheese each Friday, and spaghetti, which was on the menu Tuesday, was one of his least favorite meals. Trey Roeder, on the other hand, liked mashed potatoes, RaeAnn Roeder said. “These kids don’t want to compromise what they do to be the best. The offensive line doesn’t really worry too much about (protecting quarterback (Cliff Kingsbury), but in turn I think Trey feels a great obligation to get his job done.” And as his mother can attest, that usually involves a lot of trips to the supermarket. Obituaries LESLIE GAIL SMITH WAGNER Mrs. Leslie S. Wagner, wife of Dr. Noel Wagner, of New Braunfels and Staten Island, N.Y., left her earthly home to be with her heavenly father on Sunday, Dec. 7, 1997, at the age of 38. Noel and Leslie were married Aug. 6,1994, in Galveston. The life of her parents were forever made brighter on the day of her birth, May 9,1959, in Muskogee, Okla. Having been reared in Alvin, Texas, and attending the AISD, Leslie went on to attend Northeastern University, Oklahoma, and graduated from The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston in 1994 where she received her bachelor of science degree in physician assistant studies. Upon certification she placed in the top one percent of her fellow P.A.-C’s. Her first position was with the UTMB Child Abuse Clinic where she played a key role in its initial development and future success. While there die received numerous awards and honors. Her current positions were with the Greer Medical Clinic in Wimberly and the Emergency Department at McKenna Memorial Hospital in New Braunfels. In addition to her husband, Leslie is survived by her bright and shining star, her daughter Alison Nicole Abatement From Page 1A he said. :-“We are trying to create more and better jobs for this community,” said Meek. Palo Alto officials said they would bring high-cahber employment to Comal County, with no minimum-wage positions slated. Incorporated cities, counties and school districts are allowed to enter into tax abatement agreements to attract new industry and commercial enterprises and encourage retention and development of existing businesses Generally, tax abatements can involve a contract between a government and a company in which the company will create a quota of jobs in the community and in return, the company might not be required to pay a percentage of city taxes, according to Jacqueline Cullom Murphy. Corrections In Friday’s edition of the Herald-Zeitung. a caption to a photo of the Comal County Senior Citizens Style Show misidentified one of the persons The person in the middle of the photo was Arlene Scheer, the chairperson of the style show. city attorney. “The city council does by resolution adopt the tax abatement policy,” said Murphy. More than 700 tax abatement agreements have been executed by Texas local governments since the early 1980s, agreements credited with producing some 61,000 new or retained jobs, according to figures from the Attorney General’s office. The Texas Department of Commerce acts as the state registry for all tax abatement documents Meek said once a company certified wages and investment of property considered for tax abatement, the company was given about 12 months after occupying its facility to reach targeted levels for reinvestment zone Attracting primary job providers to a community was big business, Meek said. Communities offered land, buffeting* and cask with OD Strings Also, the wrong names were provided to the Herald-Zeitung for a home on the Fourth Annual Tour of Homes The residents at 220 Lakeview in New Braunfels are Dean and Barbara Word. The Herald-Zeitung regrets the ertors attached to entice companies to relocate to their folds, he said. “Our location is prime,” said Meek. One of Palo Alto Design Group’s biggest customers is Dell Computers, the headquarters of which is in Austin. The Economic Development Corporation of New Braunfels recently approved a $100,000 loan for Palo Alto Design Group at 5 percent per annum for four years The principal of the loan would be reduced by $25,000 if, after two years, was an investment of $7,500,000 and the creation of 70 jobs. The principal of the loan would be further reduced by an additional $25,000 if, after three years, there was a total investment of $ 12,500,000 and the creation of 120 jobs, according to city documeai*. Police Beat ■ New Braunfels Police investigated a report of burglary this past weekend in the 1500 block of IH-35. A 16-year-old New Braunfels woman reported someone broke the rear sliding window of her 1993 Dodge Dakota pickup and stole a cellular phone valued at $100. Damage was estimated at $150. Petitt. Also, her mother Betti B. Montague and stepfather Tom E. Montague; her father Jerry W. Smith and stepmother Susan M. Smith; sister Stephanie Smith Stavinoha and husband Anthony; brother Christopher D. Smith, all of Alvin; brother Berry W. Smith of New Yolk City; niece and nephew Headier and Derail Stavinoha of Alvin; sister-in-law Holly A. Wagner of New Braunfels; maternal grandparents John and Betty Stevens of Muskogee, Okla.; paternal grandmother Norma T. Smith of Saginaw, Okla.; aunt Sharon L. Parnell also of Muskogee; cousins Kimberly Sellers of Hilo, Hawaii and JR Parnell of Muskogee. Leslie also had a great love for flowers and all animals, especially her favorite, cat Niki. Leslie was preceded in death by her paternal great-grandmother Muriel Roberts Boyd; maternal great-grandmother Grace “Big Mama” Owens; uncle Marion T. Parnell, Gary Dale and Mabel Frazier and her best friend Courtney Hegman. Other survivors are step-brothers and sisters, Brian, Lea and Jody Montague; Christi and Jeff McDonald, Julie O’Connor and Kyle Frazier and numerous friends and loved oms. Police said there were no suspects or witnesses. ■ New Braunfels Police arrested a 40-year-old McQueeney woman Tuesday at midnight in the 1500 block of South Seguin Avenue for driving while license suspended. Police said bond was set at $300. Visitation will be Wednesday, Dec. IO, from 4-9 p.m. at Zoeller Funeral Home. Funeral services are set for Friday, Dec. 12, at 2 p.m. at First Lutheran Church in Galveston with Pastor Ron Walters presiding and Pastors David Hob and Darrell Streeter assisting. Burial will be in Forest Park East in Webster, with a reception following at the Alvin Missionary Baptist Church in Alvin. Jailer jL—SWNtRAL FUNERAL HOME (>ll I HIX IKS W XII XBI I IV AI NUT 6 629-6400 IU 35 and Walnut Avo 5:45-7:45-9:4 Rimes big winner at Billboard Awards LAS VEGAS (AP) — The year belongs to Le Ann Rimes. The 15-year-old Patsy Cline sound-alike from Garland, Texas, was the big winner Monday night at the Billboard Music Awards, earning four honors, including artist of the year, country artist, country album of the year and country singles artist of the year. Singer Elton John and writer Bernie Taupin were presented during the awards show at the MGM Grand hotel-casino with a special award for “Candle in the Wind 1997. ” the Help Us Play Santa To 200 Needy Families This Year! By Contributing To Tho Horoid-Zoitung CHEER FUND We accept contributions at our offices at 707 Landa Street. Please make checks payable to the Herald-Zeitung Cheer Rind. Names of the contributors will be published daily. Arrangements for pick up of donated items can be made by contacting Circulation Director Carol Ann Avery, 625-9144. ext. 228. DO YOO HAVE A SINUS INFECTION? Do you sailer vtth Facial Pain? Nasal Congestion? Colored Drainage? If so. we need volunteers for a 3 week research study involving an investigational medication. PREE: CT Scan of your sinuses Physician monitoring Laboratory tests and EKG Study medications QUAL! HED PATIENTS WILL BE COMPENSATED UP TO $100 CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH Frank C. Hampel, Jr., M.D. 705-A Landa St • New Braunfels 629-9036 Princess Diana tribute that set a new world record for the biggest-selling single of all time. The 1997 Billboard Awardswas broadcast live on Fox Television. 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