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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 30, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas page 10A Herald-Zedung New Braunfet' Ie as Sunday August 30 1987 From left. New Braunfels Utilities board president Gene Mornhinweg. NBU General Manager Bob Sohn Lower Colorado River Authority's Director for Conservation Don Bowen LCRA's vice chairman Jack Martin New Braunfels Independent School District Superintendent Charles Bradbery and Bob Self, NBISD board president, point with pride to the Good Cunts home constructed as a cooperative pr ut of the utility, river auhrotity and school Jistn t. (Photo by Deryl Clark) Good Cents home a model for energy efficient living New Braunfels ISI) last week said goodbye to a home built by the high school building trade class as a model for member s of the construe tion industry The Good t ents home at 1570 ( amelia is now in tin* hands of New Braunfels mimes who aking with the Lower Colorado Kiver Alit hon tv participated in the building pro jert Mil plans to use tire home as a model for individuals and businesses interested in making homes more energy uf fee lent There something in it for everybody said .Janelle Jones about the Good < ents home Jones a representative of BCH A was in New Braunfels this week for a key-changing ceremony at tile house I he river authority has sponsored the Good Cents project at various Central Texas cities Jim MacDonald NIU s resource direetoi said that while* the home projec t is aimed primarily at per son*- interested in building a new home any homeowner could learn ways to make his house more erie! gy efferent 5 ou can take a very run of the mill pt.yos home and make it much more energy efficient. MacDonald - aid ll* p< mted ti- tin* weatherstrip [nog around the water heating unit as something that can easily be in Lilied in any home and reduce th** energy demand I he UMI square foot home was de signed and built to use a much small**! amount of energy for heating and cooling NBL- officials said tin* house can keep occupants omfoi tat * in the summer and wmn r foi about one half the cost of -1« tug os G-ating a conventional home lo build a comparable home would cost iimnit $|.ooo more than a covent Iona I home that does not have energy saving devices «ood ( ents home has extra • lino! walls double-pan** md uea v insulation iii tile oiling and floor Water is in pai l by taking advantage tenet ated by the air rung unit •-Barat ter I zed th** Good eject as sort of bk** a pi/ an take whatever features mi* leave the rest '* She •on planning to build new *n lealn a number ways to .cir homes more energy etc ding the model home NHI officials said the idea behind th** Good i ents Horn* Program is to tiring together th** homebuilder and the utility company foi the purpose of binding energy effecient home-She said the local Good ( ents home project benefitted the seho* district by helping the building trades class and benefitted th** utilities by providing a model h w-i in helping people design energy efficient homes The project ultimately will benefit I CR \ ii it causes contractors and citizens to build more energy efferent homes thereby reducing the need to pro duce more power NHI plans to make the homo on Camelia open to th** public .is a model and as a meeting place for about the next yea! \tter that time the home will be sold T7* Ar-' \ s J IV hi the /ess (ti mn twhoe<l daughter Ianda ll oodw uni we would lib* tit e\tend our gratitude and ha e to tho^r who supports! us through these tinier - : morrow Our thank* to tho st,iff ut (iualalupr Hospital tor the e\liaordman cart* Linda received and the support we reveled from tin' dot. tor* nurses and \olunteer w orkers raptor /.irkel and the members of the Methodist ( hun ti H h' H liu\ For Less. 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Ar iz vin Hie tough guy Oscar as a drunk Cat Ballou’ and •ustoric I dminny AP Lo* Mar icier who won an en gunfighter iii was a party rn a soil di**d Satin day a    Tucson Medical * * ntci qmkesiuan aid He wa* ii J.un Pf avo director ol com mull i tv Ulan    Un Uk* hospital. Gild Mat \ in dual al a heart attack about noon jus sit*    Pain ai his si*!** Ile had been hosp!! 11zed since Aug l l with what ll* in des* ribed as a run-down con*!it ion related to iii** I lu He ow its a ranch near I ucson I sually playing th*- tough guy be had role'- at such films as "The Dirty I mi/<*ii Hie Man Who Shot Liberty y.. .,i, *• Donovan's Beef and Pi mi*- * til in LOU Ii** made headlines in a land mark ^alimony t ast* when he was sued for half his fortune by Michelle ['nolo a woman he lived with for six years bul never married Her claim was rejected but Marvin was ordered to pay bel a nominal sum for rehabilitation Last I Un ember ho had intestinal surge* I- iHer I IL < do •offering abdominal I    ch (»ffit als ut-,.:* tnflaioniatiot * ii*) a ihgnan* v was A FEX TERMITE AND PEST CONTROL The Peak In Seivice 620-0202 Now Serving the New Braunfels Ai ea Termites - Roaches - Ants Fleas Rodents Free Inspec tions & Estimates One Time - Monthly - Quarterly Residential •Commercial • Apar Intents I accuse UM I gram (or the aging 2<> years ago. shortly after his grail father died of Alzheimer s disease Also on the conference's agenda will tx a discussion et the use of high technology to benefit the elderly Dr .Jonathan I' Lied of Boston, author of a tex book rn computer applications in psychiatry, sail! compot**! tan git** medical specialists a picture of tho Ur a ii enah! ".g them to study d**mentia aud doj icssion We're also studying the impact of medication" because the elderly take a large amount of medicatim he said It becomes very complicated to ti a e mu n * effects ut medications and this rn when computers become very very important Computers can bt* ti"**d a*- a diagnosis tool for die elderly and in certain kind' of therapy lie "ani L it there are problems as well i" promises tx* ail"** >t costs We basically can build a gadget to do aln anything" I left said The question is which on* -we build and who s going to get them -With the growing number of elderly people they rn be more likely to have a say in that decision he said The elderly are Im corning a political full* l! **v re not as powerful now os they will tx* Lied-.a ! Radio/hack A CIV.SION OF TANDY CORPORATION CATALOG INVITATION Wireless-Remote VPS VCR SSave IOO New! FREE S8 Catalog! 184 Full-Color Pages! Get Yours Now! 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