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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Cool moves New texaS Sunday Public meetings New Braunfels ISO food service director Twyla McNeely arranges lowers in an ice basket before Thursdays 1987 workshop of the Texas Association of School Robert Hefner of Southest Texas State University led the group in discussing topics such as current legislation and school school boards role and and the boards role in the instructional Photos by Leslie Paul Siddall of ARA Food Services said it took about three hours to sculpts a basket out of ice for the He learn ed ice sculpting as a student at tne Culinary Institute of American 18 years ago and is a district manager for the school nutritional Siddall said before the ice can be it has to warm up or soften so it wont Emotions CISD may teach the children The gift of God By JOHN An unexpeted gilt arrived from a dear friend today It was wrapped in gold tied with a blue resting on my desk when 1 came home for lunch 1 was stunned 1 had never received a gilt unexpectedly before 1 had done nothing exlraor dinary there was no special occa sion When 1 unwrapped the package I was even more pleased The gift was exactly right Norman Rockwell on a recent weekend my friend had seen me studying a book of Rockwell s paintings Several weeks she turned an ordinary day into an extraordinary one with her gift This unexpected gift from my Inend made me reflect on the power ol God s gill this Kasier Sunday We have done nothing to deserve His gift yet the gift and resurrection of Jesus Christ makes life if we acknowledge the gill just right s gift turns ordinary days into extraordinary ones Easter morning it easy to remember the resurrected life God promises Monday morning when the IKS payment is overdue your child s sick with chicken pox the dog has dug up the and the town hood has stolen the radio from your car God s gift becomes easy to orget Most ol what upsets our daily lues is ridiculously petty We are at each other s throats OUT things msignih cant As Wvidon points out almost all of us have inen bitten bv mosquito probably none ol us have been bitten by an elephant 11 s the Pet Corner little things that get not the big let the little stings of life grow to postulant wounds that heal slowly if at all To keep our lives Christ centered we must turn our attention from the insignificant to the significant We must be mindful of the important U e must focus on lose and good Here are some thoughts on our lives liod is always with us liods presence in our Uses is constant whether we want Him with us or not He is with us when we yell at the kids He is with us when we fret OUT money hen we argue with our best we we lust over when we drink too much when waste previous hours watching in sipid telex ision programs He is there He is alw ays present On a recent flight from Chicago I sal next to a neighbor Although he a few blocks from rm home 1 had never met him As we talked about things significant he made a profound statement Sin is what separated us from iod Lets modify that statement to Mn is vihal separates us from the awareness of God is ahvass with our self absorption makes us unaw are of his presence Cultivate meaningful inenships My airplane neighbor brought mi close to iod auf he expounded on important lessons family s place in history He left rue pearl on exctllence in business I il share with in jiuitlui column He made me consider tlie profound See EMOTIONS Page SA Comal 1S1 is expected to become one of a growing number of Texas school districts supported by Teach the Children programs The organization new this year to Comal works with school districts to provide school supplies for disadvantaged students Isabel ampos of New director of the New Braunfels chapter spearheaded the organisation local ly Organization representatives will attend Monday s meeting of the Corn al ISI board of trustees to explain the organisation CIM ad ministrators have recommended to the board that it support and par impale in the organization Trustees also will consider ap proval of bids for library and science furniture for the new Canyon Middle and Smilhson Valley High schools at their regular monthly meeting Mon day Mjprrintrndiii Brown has combined the bid In be furnish ed for the new schools into one bid contract which increases the purchasing power of the district and lowers the net cost on each ittm The school board will meet al 7 so YiV DAVID MAY covers City Hail and Comal County daily in the On puppy teething BY COMAL COUNTY VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION Beginning at tlif age ol ahtiul luUi puppies begin In lone their teeth as the adult teeth push through the gunii II i quite normal lor puppies to go oil then leed during this period anil to develop a mild diarrhea Since then gums are sore it might be adviable lo swiUh lo a sotlei blander diet than the one your pupp is having trouble with or moisten the diet with warm water At the same time must puppies like to ease their sore gums by chew ing something soil possibly even human flesh As much as you may sympathize with your puppy it might be wise to discourage him from this habit before too much ol your anatomy is destroyed Hardrubber toys and rawhide bones are a good substitute If the baby teeth have not fallen out by the time your puppy ts 7 or 8 mon ths you should take to your veterinarian jf they are left they can impede the permanent teeth and the puppy be left with a double teeth or eroded teetn f they are not removed by a pro lessjLojaal Uhere is a chance that they breafc ejff at ihe roots and cause A MOTHERS DAY shell remember t I 11 r ill la till BlRl HMONK tor Mothers and Crandmotlsei s Kavh brilliant and colorful stone represents a ed one Set in gleaming UK or luK gold sy a ing family always together Stonesare synthetic p m in the Central Office board room Trustees will honor the teacher of the month and employee of the month for both April and so that all may be recognized at the annual employee banquet in early May Teacher of the month for April is Carin Farquhar of Bulverde Elemen tary School Claudelle Sigle of Ca nyon High School will be honored for tlie month of May Employee honorees will be Denise Adams of Ca nyon Middle School for April and Ralph Neugebauer of Bulverde Mid dle School or May other items on the agenda for board consideration include Request for approval of man cial statement and expenditures or March Request for approval of monthly tax report Approval of iyH788 school calen dar Approval of student transfer re quests for 11JK78H al of payment to Lawson Avila Construction Co Cahaba Con USPS377800 j Published Sunoay Tuesday Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 S Casteii Ave or P Drawer New Texas 78131 1328 Second Class Dostage paid by New Braunteis j Herald Publishing Co at New Braunteis Texas DAViD KRAMER Editor ana Publisher JIM WEBRE Managing Editor DEBORAH LAWRENCE Office Manager HUTTER Retail Advertising Manager CHERYL Classified Manager CAROL AVERY Circulation Manager MAGGIE iOMBARDO Composition Foreman GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman DANAOVERSTREET Cly Editor WANDA LASATER Lifestyles Editor TOMLABINSKI Sports Editor Subscription Rates i includes applicable sales Garner delivery m Comal Bianco and Kendall counties three six one year Senior Citizens Discount icarrier Delivery only six rnon one 69 Mail delivery outside Cornal in Texas three one Mail outside Texas six one it have not received your newspaper by p m Tuesday through or by am j call 625 9144 or 658 1900 by 7 p m and u respective Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer 138 struction Co and Chesney Architects Following an executive the school board will consider personnel including retirments and The superintendent will report to the board on progress of the building approval of class size waiver by the Texas Education Agen cy for the spring and par ticipation in Texas Public Schools Week An audience participation session is scheduled at each meeting of the Comal when patrons or interested parties may address the board on any subject not listed in the agenda All meetings of the school board are open to the public New Braunfels Utilities The New Bfauntels Utilities board of directors will hold its regular thly meeting Thursday al the NBt board is expected to consider Gity Manager Joe Michies request to increase the Utilities inter governmental transfer to the During a special meeting April Michie explained to the board because of a budget the city is looking for new The board meets every fourth Thursday in the board of directors Marion City Council The Marion City Council will meet at 7 Monday at the Marion City The council will consider ap pointing a mayor protem and chang ing the office hours at the city The council also is expected to con sider and additional sales and use tax A proclamation recognizing April as Fair Housing Month will be presented for the councils considera Seguin City Council The Seguin City Council will meet at 5 Tuesday at the City Hall Council The council will hold an election for a new mayor pro The council also will discuss EMS operation within the The council will consider the approval of the se cond reading of an amendment to that citys sign and billboard or Planning Zoning Commission New Braunfels Planning and Zon ing Commission on May 5 will hold a public hearing to Dittlinger Roller Mills Company NCB Lots 102133144145 to be rezoned from C2 general business to Ml light The hering will be at at the New Braunfels Utilities meeting The commission will meet April 22 at 7 for a public hearing and recommendation to City Council on the commissions proposed revisions to the citys zoning That meeting will be held at the NBU meeting Main IHIOABC IV INTERIORS 943 Walnut New fine carpet fashions by Armstrong 75 Winning Edge Dont worry if you drop or Stainmaster1 M Carpet will keep looking beautiful year after Dll PONT C1RTIHID STAINMASTER Open until 700 on No 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