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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 27, 2004, New Braunfels, Texas DAY JUNE 27 2004 klj DAY1 If you want to get away from it all without going too far drive up the road to Martindale the i authentic small town Page 1C j UFOR ftOC 78tJ X01 1000571 80UTHUE8T HICROFUtCISHERS 2627 E VftNDEU OR EL PftSO TX 19903 llnilliliililnllimi nECIAL SECTION VOTES ARE IN The Readers Choice Awards are out Find out who which people and businesses were selected as the best Inside Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 1852 Vol 153 No 197 30 pages 4 sections CK wvwr a s When babies who have babies cant control their temper its time for a lesson of their own PARENTING PRIMER DAVID Lady Cruz works on her parenting skills with 14monthold Jack White Friday morning at the Crisis Pregnancy Center Cruz is expecting her first child in September Classes aimed at young parents hope to stop abuse before it happens Source Texas Department of Health By Leigh Jones Staff Writer Many young mothers who gauV er around Suzan Eubank are too young to drive themselves to her weekly parenting classes at the Crisis Pregnancy Center Eubank tries to teach her young stu dents how to deal with the unique pres sures of being teen parents When a 16yearold has a baby she doesnt have the experience and wis dom for child she said When you cant drive it makes it harder to care for a Parenting classes are important said Christian counselor Steve Leavitt because young mothers tend to see their children in one of two ways From a psychological perspective teenage girls either see the child as a nuisance or a he said Depending on which view is taken it makes a world of difference to the qual ity of the babys Recent child abuse cases underscore the need for young parents to learn to control their anger Mandy Ann Gonza les 17 was sentenced to 10 years of pro bation June 18 for beating her then5 monthold son so severely his colon was severed and 10 inches of his intestines had to be surgically removed Gonzales is currently pregnant again Her boyfriend Salvador Pineda Leon also 17 was arrested in connection with the case but has not been indicted Maybe one in 100 teenagers are at a high enough maturity level to raise a See TUN MOMS Page 7A CISD cutting classrooms at new high school ATAQUVWCE What Canyon Lake High School groundbreaking 9 am Tuesday Turn onto FM 3424 from 306 Tym left on Golden Eagle Jjaqp right on Monarch and right on Cash ByUri0h Staff Writer Independent Sehoql District will finally break ground on recently ehrisr tened Canyon Lake High School TUesday The district expects the school will be rea4y to ajccepi students in August 2006 The projetf has baenpJagued with delays since it was approved by taxpayers in the 1999 bond issue Last Tuesday trustees approved a maximum price pf mMcm for a student capacity campus The problem is administra tors are not sure what exactly wiJU be included at that price Initial bids for the school came in at million By last Tuesday Superin tendent Nancy Fuller had worked with genera contrac tor Gary Joeris to reduce the base bid down to mil lion but that cost did not include an auto technology shop an industrial technol ogy building a green house or an agriculture building Fuller said those exclusions were unacceptable We have asked the archi tects to go through that proj ect and pull out everything that is atypical for a high school By doing that we should be able to add back into the plan the facilities that support instructioa she said Although trie campus was See SCHOOL Page 7A 60 rain chance High Low 90 70 Details 3B DEAR ABBY CLASSIFIEDS COMICS CROSSWORD FORUM OBITUARIES SPORTS 6C 1D 4C 4C 4A 3A 1B TV GRIDS 64C TABC to bolster city river patrols By Scott Mahon Staff Writer To crack down on disorderly behavior on New Braunfels rivers the Texas Alco hol and Beverage Commission offered to help out local law enforcement during the July 4 weekend TABC officials met Friday with Mayor Adam Cork and State Rep Carter Casteel and said they would allocate 10 officers to help patrol the Comal and Guadalupe rivers during one of the busiest week ends of the summer Casteel RNew Braunfels said she thanked TABC for the help New Braunfels is a popular tourist des tination and its our responsibility to pro vide a safe and secure environment for our citizens and our she said I commend the TABC for its offer and Cork saidTABCs presence next week end would send a strong message We need adequate law enforcement to address the inappropriate use of alcohol and other issues on the he said We also need to send a strong message that says come and have a good time on See PATROLS Page 7A County urges people to get tested for HIV From Staff Reports Monday is national HIV testing day The Comal County Health Department will provide tests for Results are ready in 10 days and tests can be taken anonymously County Nurse Karon Preiss said at least half the people infected with HIV today are under age 25 There are large numbers of young peo ple who have not been tested and are unaware of their HIV she said The earlier someone takes the test the sooner treatment can begin if the test is Although young people are in a higher risk category Preiss said her department wanted to reach everyone Call 6082015 for an appointment TUNN SURANCE II O M L A U I O
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