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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 3, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels Vol 134 No 213 707 Landa St New Braunfels Texas 78130 (LISPS 377-800) 512-625-9144 Zeitung Tuesday November 3 198 25 Cents One Section 10 Pages Heavy turnout? The stammttseh above is in the foyer of th** Ovic ( enter wherein is th** New Braunfels I lent agr F.x hlbit Max in** Kites and others s*»rt of came upon the idea that grew in to the Kaffe** Haus scenario enjoyed bx exhibit visitors which arx* numerous thi' sear We ll run the Kaffe** Haus stammtisch dally this week with various folks warming the belk hes This one features from left to right on the back bench Max toe h des Anna Clare Hay and S I) I»a\id Front tent h left to right arr New Braunfels Max or George F.rtoen and t treater New BraunfeK Chamber of C ommerce President Jean Pfeuffer landmark square is not repeat not in sequin A letter to the editor in ''unday s Herald Zesting com mentmg on downtown men hants intl offering su ggest Kins for triter mg the area indu atetl th**re was a landmark square in sequin Well I -antimark square is or. Seguin street in Nev* Braunfels of course Men hants in the vicinity im iud*-I >as Tux maker I Xrnson s Naeglin s Bakers and others Today ii Flection Day and if you are reading this tiefore 7pm Tues day ami you haxen I vet « ast your ballot you probably have time to get to the pig is A sample ballot of what » oma! County voters will see when they go tiehmd the curtain si* to s^irak targins on Page 2 of to day s newspaper Also included on Page 2 is a list of the voting pre* incts for c oma I c ounlv « hrsk sour voter registration card for th** precinct in which vthj are to vote I anisil at 7 p rn at st Paul I other an Church In Mark Mailer will speak on the topic "Par Better or for \A«*rse Health Problems Vnitaig f lementary Children The presentation is the n*s .md in a >enes of four informational xrmimn eau h futtday through Nov 17 on parenting 'kilts ami sponsored by c amal and New Br *unfeb Irwleper*Vent st htag districts Hwir resp***live continuing exilic at ion departments Texas iM-parlrnent of Human Service' St Paul I ait tier an Church and New Braunfels City C our* ll of Parent lea* tier \"*w iation* Admission IS free amt babysitting amt refreshments wilt ta* available The Herald Zeitung will publish photographs of trophy .k*rr taken ti** first day of .leer hunting season which is Nov it lf vou want your legally taken trophy to appear in print (Ming the animal to the park mg lot of our offices TUT luanda all day saturday Nov It tiegmmng at Sam I he season literally starts vt minutes before the official sunrise Outdoors Writer David Herrell has Se* Vt AMMI ISCH Pa<K 4 Onward through the tog And there will tie no shortage of fog around tiere for ll** next few mornings This even mg s low will I** a delightful >7 with heavy fog glooming up the place by morning Wednesday will be partly cloudy once that nasty old fog bums off with a pleasant 83 for a high and easterly winds near lo mph But don t give up on ti** notion of winier or at least a hearty fall A cool front will blow into town Thursday ami Friday br inging laughable lows of wtmut al) at night and highs of a mere 75 The Menu CLASS#ICO    8    IO comes.................. 6 C*0SS*0«D.....   3 SPORTS    I WEATHER................ 2 knife Sampit Mott Vote* Precincts start on Page ? Election ’87 Early returns indicate high turnout for off-year ballot in Comal County Voters turned Old e.v Of Christ on Loch -3 n ft* * voter part. n at) •    11 h to be do^n much the samp thing The pods are pen until "p rn this evening f Photo by Deryi *d Clark. For June 17 fatality Federal safety agency cites San Antonio firm Despite w hat is regarded as an off year election a check early today at several polling precincts indicated voters were taking a high interest in the .November balloting Many precincts reported high tur bouts and steady streams of voters and that most of the interest seemed to center on the question of legalized horse racing which is being decided here in Comal County as well as on the state level Polls at the 23 voting precincts through! New Braunfels and Comal County will remain open through 7 p rn •It s been a steady line said Precinct IO election Judge Harry Hetmer at Bulverde Community Center where 250 voters had cast ballots as of IO IO a rn We thought we d reach SOO today or a percent but we're going to go over thai he said adding that the pan mutuel question seemed to be bringing voters out At Canyon High School Gym Precinct 20 election Judge Carolyn Matykiewicz said 50 had voted as of 9 30 a rn and that the lines were steady We re real pleased.’ she said ad ding ‘ The voters seemed to have studied their referendums very well and did their homework They are getting in and out pretty quickly even though it is a lengthy ballot Being decided this vear s elections are 25 const'' ut Iona I amename s two state ref*Mpnri<a and two xa. up Hon quest ions .ncciuing creator eta Comal Cour v water oriented re* red Hon district The measure if passed would mean a levy of sales axes and user fees to pax for capital rn provements along the adjacent to the Guadalupe River T ie Comal Co item is the resuJtof a sp*- tai la * passed by the last ses-ton if tti* Texas Legislature ’ It s been very heaw ’Lf bere said Precinct 13 election Jodg* Laverne Cudabae at Start/ ( ah where lift votes were cast as of y to a rn ‘ From what I rn he mu g the pan mutuel qu**Mion ha*- 'ber n crested Voting sites in the city xx ;>us> with an unanticipated stn m ’ nout Jal Glenn Burnside cie. : >n judge at Precinct 15 at the Fraternal Order of Kagles building said about 50 voters had cast their ballots before 11 a m today That s a good turnout for amendments he said The election judge at the Precinct I polling site at the American Legion Hall on West Cross Street said the turnout of 55 voters shortly after IO a rn w as * better than expet ted Bob Biggers election judge ai the Precinct 2 polling site at Cross Lutheran Church called the turnout of 119 voters before 9 30 a rn very See ELECTION Paqe 2 The OC copain* fi«il % has cited Capital Rentals of tams in connect smiUkaoet V all* x High Mf*. one man dead I in HA s cit at Mm n am! not if . th* employer * dUftd! Hrr employee in ’.he r et .ignition, ditKin s and the regulation x iron men! to cor lien} of uijn ex p»»*.arr lo tllne' s or tnjurv T wo men * et t* injured at ' vs ton hydraulic x ■ t af** was exposing empiov ***-' t< tile ! •eel amt tieing 'fro* g bx 'tate' Gregory stout a inure 2S of Army Medical < « *nter from ii .lent Keith Set** derail 25 s. Ax cording to r e|*»rts Iron fners t»*th men were slam! cran** hoisting I learns to ti beam XUS Wh I h f hff*\ ;!n! , •'al Kentailmay app* fin* if company oil) tthx investigation are amal ln«k*pen<1ent Set wn said thi ital Kent ab If** groan them i apiia. Menials officials contacted in San .Antonio oui g comment on th**«isHA citation which is considered to p fur a serious v to! a I KH of salety standards D k Ke*kir**n OSHA supervisor in Austin 'aid I the citation whtch include** a '«'■*•    ’    >.HU aliV alf !    •    . ..* *..•    ' d" ’ ’? * .rrect District Superintendent Bill »'• a* *.,!,♦ f r*. * - morn CV r* wa** .r -ar. a*. •. whether g at the school site He said iv* thought th** satK*ontractors work***! unix during the construction of Hie roof and he said the rot*! has been in place for some time Th** school building on smithson Valiev Hoad near lexas u has a bast* cost of I* vt million The building will lontain T5 classrooms with athletic facilities arni a separate \*h a?s*»nal center Brown said the accident "crisis caused omslruction ie.ays for a lew weeks Construction als* was delayed by heavy rains during early surnmei Th** superintendent said fie ex}*** Is the s* boul building to tw* complete tis late Archit*** Is with Bradley Mci’hesnev were unavailable for comment this morning Lawson Ax Ha «»! Houston is *h» getter ai ton! factor at the construe turn site Edward Badouh Sr. succumbs at age 78 Child support enforcement issue draws local concern B, DAVIO MAX Via** err lier November is t ? s ;*    * Aw al et ies» Mullin iii N* a ii and lf** ii* ai chapter ut « affiliated child 'Up}*»rt cr* ip < * mg local community involver!.* it xk*almg with the grow ny, probl-The OrganuatKHi fur lf* * rn . men! of ( bilo Support w I p. public meeting tonight at 7    ; Teen (* lion Ii I W« - *> tun lo Vugh* Schiueder wfs    ~    'I* k* al »'ha 'N i haptei vailx cia : tx* established in lf** -lair t»i draw on a large sex Un i*' th* niunity for invoivemen! Although our group is try ny. n> f**lp tho.*** Of US plagued W Itll Pii - }’! ‘ Idem we !*»ed fwi}. from exeix-s < said M’hro***U*r fiefs*!* ., custxKhai parent wtni its* x> -u; }*irt from f**i ex s}hhim “lf you re married or not inarric. or even if you ie us civ ttg vo-• '    1 support we dun I v ale We must .is adults start twang mon re sp* hi I <* for our children and sto}> }ias»is,g lf* hux'k so to speak Schrotsler said On ti** national Ii xel n*»n }..tx rm-nt of child support is regal h*xl a- t leading cause of }*»xeiix that f**t < millions of children to g<* hungry w ii In mi clothes a chance tot a pro per education or without enjoy ii c ' tie things in life manx lake I r grantexl It forces many single parents into welfare where bi ne >• dollars ikilexl .Hit annually adds up to nearly of** fourth of the national xieficit Schroeder said the wax to I* gin tackling the problem is at th* grassrxMits level, to educate and pro mote child support compliance Who suffers in Hie end"* Our children.' she said We need to d«Hit> in rig » to I a side their clit what s tiest im .♦* child supjHirt •univ s .listrut in th** last n i.JH cases I presently 1'he clerk s office is collis ting some $2 million annually in child support 1'he number of cases frere requires in** clerk assigned to child sup}n»rt ex. luMxely and District Clerk Margaret Herbrich said at ti*- pre See SUPPORT Page 2 services for Fduard F.ddie Badouh sr prominent New Braunfels attorney and former chatr-man of the Comal County Democratic Party were to be at 2 p rn today at St John s Kpiscopal Church with the Hex Robert Keith and the Hex Bill Arnold both of New Braunfels officiating Buna! will be in sunset Memorial Park Badouh 78 died Nov 2 at Mc Ken na Memorial Hospital He was born May ll, 1909 in Bay City to Anton M and Minerva nee Maiouf Badouh ID* married Kubylien Bartier in Alexander Va on March I 1*41 Badouh had practiced law in New Braunfels since 1946 He had practiced law in Bay City from 1937-1942 and then served in the I s military until I'eKt during which time he saw combat duty Badouh was a New Braunfels resident since 194*. He was chairman of the Comal County Democratic Party from 1948 1956 and was founding president of the Comal County .sheriff s Posse in 1959 Badouh also sat on the board of the Colorado Lakes Council for the Girl scouts from 1956-bh He also was on the board of directors of the Texas Rehabilitation Hospital (or the past (5 years and had served as board chairman and president He was a member of St John s Episcopal Church Edward Badouh Sr Survivors include his wife Kubylien Badouh of New Braunlets one daughter Flame Badouh of San Antonio one son Kdward Badouh Jr of San Antonio one sister As ma Owens of New orleans one brother Fred Badouh of New Braunfels and six grandchildren Memorials may be given to the Gonzales Warm Springs Foundation PO Box STJ Gonzales Texas 78629 Management says NB ‘lucrative’ Images teen club preparing for Nov. 25 debut in the Oaks Bx I RAVIS t POLING Corr r spender*! (magi feen Club a San \ntonio based dance and recreation club for teem has liegun outfit nog a facility in New Braunfels with It** same ch < . pf \ target date for ti** opening of the teen club to i*o located in th** oaks Shopping Center has been set tor November 25 The cluti will Up a rec reation center and dance cluff for the teens of New Braunfels with an alcohol and drug Ire** atinospfiere With dances planned for 11aday through Nunda) nights. Im ages will have recreational games ami fund available six lo seven days a week spokesman for Images Gregg Koiuloft. says •he dub began ifs expansion with the Image Mobile Party Machine which made several trips t.i New Braunfels in the last year amt cense quem iv New Braunfels was recognized as what Handoff calls "a lucrative market for expansion of the name Images amt the concept ” Hie next target for expansion will probably I** Houston which has similar clubs ' but mil of the same caliber says Komkitf koihkill *ays the club will play top 40 urban and country music to mw! a wide variety of tastes in the community Although there will be mi live bands a goixl DJ sy stem along with a light show with fog and special effects will enter tarn the clientele Kondoff says special events at the club will in elude a I lash for ( ash dam e contests and also limbo and tipsy rn contests lax al student councils and parent support groups have given verbal support to the project in hopes that Hie city would rezone the Oaks area to allow the club Bob Smith member of a highly active parent organization which is attempting to find ways for the teens of New Braunfels to have fun says the group sent a tetter to the city saying that the Images concept is in line with the group s objective Smith says the drug and alcohol free concept of Images certainly fits our pattern We were hoping all along that the private sector would pick this up The area where the club will be located is cur really zoned for neighborhoods and what is con sidered gener ally daylight oriented businesses The request (or rezoning has already been ap proved by the city’s planning and zoning com mittee and has gone uncontested before a city council public hearing Mike Strands ot the city s planning department says be sees little trouble rn the final steps ut the club obtaining the special use permit needed to operate in I he area Shamis says precautions are being taken by the clubs management to insure that the club will not disturb original zoning in tentions Among the precautions are noise blocking insulation for the walls of th** 5 Joe square foot area and security guards to control the premises Images has been involved with many pro grams in San Antonio which are rn line with th** club s concept 4 Kids Sake Palmer Drug Abuse Program and Students Against Drunk Driving are among the programs supported by Images as a business Kondoff says a tentative date of November auth has been set for an interested adults and media party to inform the community on what Images is ail about SiammTletlt ;