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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 25, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Program_ Continued from Page IA Page 2A    Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels Texas Compunct car winner Khai Hun Nguyen, an employee of the West- Point Pepperell Iselin Mill, was the winner in a recent drawing to give away a car following the Comal County Community Fund Drive Names of those who gave more than $50 or who had a payroll deduction were thrown into a hat and Nguyen's, left front, was drawn. With him are from left. ComFund representatives Dick Friday. December 25. 1987 Koegle and C. Ray Schoch. Amo Becker of Becker Motor Co Marcus Purtle of Milt Ferguson Motor Co.. ComFund representative Stan Cunningham, and Gary Kahhg of Bluebonnet Motors front right Not pictured is a representative of Krueger Chevrolet (Photo by Deryl Clark) Weather Extended Forecasts Saturday—Monday SOHU TFX AS Cloudy windy and cold Saturday and Sunday with occasional rain or drizzle Decreasing clouds with rain or drizzle diminishing Monday Highs 40s Hill Country. Kdwards Plateau and South Central Texas Sos Southeast Texas and coastal plains. 50s and 60s lower Rio Grande Valley Lows 30s Hill Country. Kdwards Plateau. South Central and inland Southeast Texas 4os and 5os coastal plains and lower valley NORTH TK NAS Mostly cloudy Saturday with a slight chance of snow west rain or freezing rain central, and rain east Highs (Os to lower 40s east lows upper ’os west to mid ins east Mostly doudv Sundae and Monday with a slight chance of snow west sleet or rain central and rain east Temperatures remaining (os west and central with 4os east VV KST TKXAS Cloudy and cold Saturday and Sunday with a chance of snow Panhandle and South Plains, ram or snow f ar West and Permian Basin and mainly rain Concho Valley Partly cloudy and a little warmer day Monday Panhandle highs mid 2os to upper (os. lows teens south Plains highs upper 2us to near 4<» lows mid-leens to mid 20s Per mian Basin highs mid Hts to mid 40s. lows 2os Concho Valley highs upper ins to mid 40s. lows upper 20s to mid lins Far West highs mid (os to mid 4os lows 20s Big Bend region highs (os moun tams to 40s lowlands lows 2os mountains to Jus low lands are successful, she said The trick is to get the parents familiar wit; the services and assistance available That way. both the children and the parents can work with the system rather than outside of it Petrisky said the grant program really started about a week ago But she hopes to gets things off with a bang after teachers and students get back to work after the holidays She is planning a ‘'brainstorming” session with educators, civic leaders and persons involved with social services outside of the schools The program is funded by a federal grant and will target the Seele Elementary School campus lither elementary schools in the city including the two private schools also will be involved Also Petrisky said. the program will try to work with parents of older students The coordinator said she plans to have a number of speakers and programs aimed at teaching parents about the education system Both Petrisky and Sanchez said they know first hand the importance of parental involvement in a child's education Pet risky s parents did not have a high school education when she was a young child but both of them earned general education degrees and her mother went to college Petrisky said her parents instilled in her a deep respect for education and their involvement in her educational career made a difference in her life Heir of sailor who's named J.R. Ewing given $150,000 HOLSTON AP JR Ewing s legacy of $150 (mo is going to a son who last saw him 29 years ago \ probate judge on Tuesday declared Charles Francis Ewing the sole legal heir of J K Ewing the merchant marine sailor not the notorious television character on the nighttime soap Dallas ‘ Til sit on it for awhile that s for sure ” Ewing said lf s better than winning the lottery Vt least now I know where my father is Ronald James Ewing died atter suffering a heart attack in September Tom and his body was found in his littered rundown boar ding house room in Houston Attorney Ed Gillett who was ap pointed to settle the estate said Ew mg sometimes switched his name to James Ronald and was going by the initials'JR whenhedied Gillett found bags filled with cash uncashed checks certificates of deposits and retirement funds total mg 51k? (■*> in Ewing s room During the next s«*\en years Gillett and his wife traveled to Singapore and Nova Scotia Canada in search of any heirs Finally after the Boston Globe published a story about the search Charles Ew’ing 51 was found iast month in Boston Ewing who with his son in law drove for three days to attend the Houston hearing told Probate Court Judge Jim Nianlan he last saw his father 29 years ago when the elder Ewing went to sea He said his mother died in February still Imping she would hear I rom her long lost husband Ewing probably will get the money in late January after tuxe* bills and attorney s fe«*s of atwiuf SIH are paid court officials said Tree-napping victim found safe near scene MINNEAPOLIS \p F Im* r briefly left him Ut a sit Wage rttom Elm the vit tim of atree napping amt when thev retur ted Y Imer tx only a little worse for wear after Wa- giant He a as las' >een tie;tvg Uong found not too far from th* carried from fie her (et by four v enc of he af slut lion unidentified me n Elmer ss tho Minneapolis Pat* Beth Burns „ Minot •apt>lis real Board s T foot tall ruttier cost ann estate agent 'aid th ie abducted ot an Ament an elm Y or 12 years elm was found in an elevator it he has visited the city s grade the Hyatt park mg rat Tip I ut*' lav st tx*tis urging care of urban night woodlands The * tpeoe* and there He went to the Hyatt Regent y •im * % r late down on the hotel last Thursday night to enter elevator fluor I knew who he was tam at the World s I .oge^* iMfut right aw av I h ad sha ken his 11mf Partv a fund raiser His keepers last sear Only for a Moment. The most precious things happen only for a moment A much needed hug. a giggle a pat on the back They can turn a blue day into a sunny one Yet, like a covey of quail they re here only for a moment - then gone We think this is the best time of the year to enjoy those precious moments So, enjoy them For a moment is all it takes Merry Christmas from MBank New BraunfelsU MBankNew BraunfelsA Momentum Bank On the PlazaMotor Bank at 153 Landa and at Main Bar ik / 'ira! a Me fe M« MPnCT Cedar Rock 4 H Club food and nutrition group members from left Lou Ann Wimber ev Tessa I onger ar I M %sy Lodger were busy Thursday delivering a load of groceries as their ommum-ty service project The three were assisted bv Tracie Smith • Photo by Deryi Dark* A good deed t I ;