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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 20, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas River friends Friends for Rivers membership chairman Re* ty Walls and secretary John I indy mar a booth at Grueno Hail during the Gruere Run early this month benefitting The Friends ! Rivers group. iPhoto by Leslie Kriewaldt OcLC0& SctuHidt (?*. Smttimy Scivcce lf) W. S«« Adleaiio Si.    N«*    Brtuafda    62    S    2'IS 7 MHMR getting new clinic, already has new director The construction of a 1,400-sqaure foot addition to the Corn d County Mental Health Chm is;;; i*-i • > The Mental Health arid Mental Retardation Center, in cooperation with the Comal Ccm.I is a. Association and icverul v,*-nei '■» contributors, is uncle; takm*, <* project which riot only pi >vidi » ba u< needed additional space for the mentally iii and retarded iti/ens of this community, but also shows a prime example .rf effective corn munity action at work 'I he addition, with a projec ted t .tai cost of $20,400, is expected to be completed by the end of June ii ail goes well, .aid Roy Rauch of Rauch Construction Rauch, who is project chairman, ha:, invested much time and labor in the pro jet I mdertaken by the Builders Association, (if which he is vice president. Working with Ram h on i.he pr j*- ’ are Butch Oil, also of the builders association; billot Knox, or th* MHMR board; Dr Bill Reeve president of the board and lur. Schoch, president of th* MHMR ixia rd 'Hie payroll of the staff of the MHMR Ci nter of Comal Co int y i paid by the state arid all other cost are supplied by the < omit;. Witt, a budget from the count    >( ab. r $42,000 a year MHMR bom . members stress the importan e t the donated service. of the Budder Association whose ex pi * sident. Kirk Reidei, initiated the pi    t Othea major contributors are I .owe which is providing material.'. >> tin Association, and Schnewer arni Associates Insurance, whir ti donated builders i isk insurant e J fie builder . association and tin MHM it ir continuing to ar rcpt lunations -I services, labor, financial a*. mtarii e, and help with the landscaping Along with the addition comes a new director for Comal County Mental Health Clum Susa Buttle-I Bedford Battie-iwjdford, who has worked with the mentally ill arid retarded for IO year1 has *peut tile past two ear . working at the San Antonio State Hospital in the rehabilitation department. She received her master’s degree from Tex a . . Women’s University and rr bachelor’s degree from tee University of Houston, Clearlake City. ma MHMR director 3-ism*? Battle-Ledfor I a. y g w Rauch Butch Ott Dr Bill Reeves and Ha/ plans for the new center io* oy < d» the Tfie clinic of more tho ; addition is < give broade mum is Th* sell ii g managemen w handles a case load    servo cs to the Mi people and after til**    retarded that th* iipiete will ie* able to    the services in the ervire to tile com- ide * I ti ab chem! Coma mnt lep •di ca ti«<n, case service and sure nun "ling lh*' sui* ounseier currently t* load of al»out $0 dent residents of The ( tine also performs greening and referrals Workers provide social prevocational and work adjustment pi./eram-* for the on. munity s men tail new director ai.-ter est in etiut ate about what the and what set. i< * community handicapped I he expresses art in ut the community mux function is tt orovideo to the Battle*Redfor I -.ays that the main objective of the (iirm arui the Mf IMH is to keep as mar"* people ut the community as we can -.crvt- and keep them out of the state hospital If we can provide them the .vrvices tm need here in then community, within their home, then that > our goal MHMR boa:d mcm’.rr billot Knu\ stresses that Hie MHMR provides a community .ervice and that support from the community is vital Battle-bcdford says that with th*-money tightening from the state for Herald Z?itun$ Abandoned baby discovered outside Guadalupe hospital By JOHN KASTNER Correspondent Authorities at Guadalupe Valle;. Hospital in Seguin still have no clues about a 12-hour old baby found abandoned outside the emergency room Monday night by an employee The infant today is believed to be in excellent eondi tion    * According to Dr James Fisher who examined the infant late Monday night after it was found shortly after 8pm the child is an Hispanic female, now only known as “Jane Doe.’ The baby was discovered by Mary Guerra, an employee in the hospital laundry room, when she reported to work The infant was in a brown paper bag that also contained blankets and baby clothes She was fully clothed when found The baby has now been admit ted to the obstetrics ward for further examination md her case has been turned over for reference to the Texas Department of Human Serv ices As of late Tuesday morning the baby had been placed in the tem porary custody of the Texas Department of Human Services Child Protective Services Division and will be placed in a foster home sometime today according to child welfare officer Gary Aven When found the infant weighed only fi pounds. 3 ounces Aven said it would be up to the hospital and the examining physican to determine when the child could be released He said it would be against department policy to allow photographs of children who are under tem porary custody of the department See BABY, Page SA Ii IA A A AX Iii ' A S. i TK ti es Editor I OM I His ski k U it a r roc Mute • y«d ade,appl cable oil* I tax ( arri tr dei,- Kendall eouhtte SJO wv. , tj month i. St9.02. one -4* ar, I st, s en mr V I tis ens Disco ( I carrier deli• cry only/ i s month,. SIJ ii. one ye lr, ifs hit Mat I delivery outside Comal County, ml Texas three m< mths SIH IS; su I months. Sir. one year, SHS 75 Mad Outside l\xa., si r month,. Sui m* year, $?( lf y« hair at re-et ■ et/ your ne we pa, er by 3 JU pm lues day through Friday, or by 7. JO a. m S.4 aday. call oil lf o S I JI"' I , 71 m an d ll a. rn respectively Kus tm ast, r Se id address chang* s to P a Ii mu* r JU Uh, Se o Bm wife I s. Texas 'HJJ I Ut) *»*•; j /tetany .*?* f-. i    /a    .    Wednesday    May    ?0    198/    Page    3> Schneider named to GBR A board The Senate Nominations Commit fee in Austin acted Tuesday to ap prove the appointment of Herbert Schneider of New Braunfels us Com al County’s representative to the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority’s lx>ard of dire* tor Schneider replaces Flliot Knox, who served if, years on the board Gov Bill dements nominated Schneider for ’he post His term lasts six years The newest rn em ta* r of the OBRA i>oard said Tuesday his fir ,t job / iii tx- to learn » /erythirig ne (an about the river ba ir so he < an rn ak* in tell (gent d e< isions I plan to study first f've done that with every business f vc benn in I try ’n find out i . mu* ti si * an about it he said Schneider worked for Servtex Materials * o and served as the com party's secretary treasurer and vice president He left Servtex in 197f# and has worked as a consultant since then He served on the New Braunfels ( Unties board of dire* tors for ll years and resigned that post in 1981 During his term on the NBL* board the utilities bec ame involved Aith Harbert Schneider (BRA regaling the proposed Ca si Darn h droelectrk project In Oftener .'Hi while Schneider was r. rma.n '/ ‘r e NR!' board theutiii » * ompan a thorized $10 000 to tx-spent on a study of possible o droeie* tr c generation Schneider said he continues to sup port the promised project, adding that hr- can’t believe that it wouldn’t tx* a good thing for New Braunfels ” He said he is surprised that oppose tion to the project has been so strong Hydroelectric power is the cheapest form of power ” he said Schneider agreed that fuel costs were much greater when the project originally was considered hut he still believes it would tx- good for the city He pointed out that the hydroelectric generating plant near Banda Hark has proven very successful Schneider added that in 1979 the small plant saved New Braunfels $600 a day The new river authority director sees his job as protecting the river for the people who depend on it throughout the 11 -county river basin The Guadalupe- River is very ne* assary to the economy of this area from Kendall County to the gulf The water is needed and vital to the e< oho my of the area, he said ‘"TTear Abby- every day in the H»r«ld-Z»Bung ii i * by’s SI HH VC to $42 OO 99 Dress Clearance Over 50 to choose from R'*g to $72 OO 19" lain Shorts Hep to SIR Denim and ( hambray Prairie Skirts Keg to 348 0< Sportswear Haberdashery SANS^BELT I 'ans x Belt Slack ny I ersonal of 100% Polyester / Q AII ^ t / V/tt Sport Shirts The Famous fitting 'ans A Belt SI if UM)% Pol ye ftug $42.OO •Vhh ^    ;    ^porx    ^flirts    Stripes    and plaids Ladies Sportswear    I §y Oleg Cassini    ^^99 Bv Devon Spring Linen 25% Off I Reg. $27.00 Men s Dress Shirts I Oxford Cloth Button Downs   — -    *      —j    m an array ladies Sine Adless Sweats!    i— Keg $18.00 Only 7 left Keg. to $32.0<J Gauze Dresses i I Men s Bostonian Shoes Moccasin construction slip on w tassels All leather Keg $75.00 ** 19 v Keg $30 OO I Straw Totes Made in USA of 100% cotton for cool, comfortable wearing you will always enjoy Choose several colors Reg $14.00 j • Several Styles Huaraches 23" Reg S34 OO Colors: Melon, Pineapple. 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