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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 10, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Ta-da! Week 2 of Football Previews, Page IO New Braunfels iii Vol 134 No 176 Stammtisch Thursday September 10 1987 IC ( mts One Gec’ior 20 panes CISD growth prompts study of combining middle schools ('omul Independent Sci hjo I District s public inlormation officer Sandy Jackson ha" the job of pro motmg her employers a jot) she (Joes well Sandy is a good gal and represents her st IkioI district in a professional wax A citizen at a r* tent tax hearing for I'ISI) rose to sax that nothing was ever published a bt Hit CIS) Ii in the area s new spapers sandy then took it upon herself to compile a partial compendium of news and features stones published in tile month of \ugu*l alone in ’he New Hr.iunlt‘l> Herski Zntunji Time* (lUjnhan anti Bu/vcndC standard new spatter** Arni this doesn t include radio accounts of i aune The legal sized stapled paper pm out t is three eights of an inch ihit k and uh littles sports stone* Nnxorx-wiH) think* ( Isl) dtiesn t gt*t its fair share of news coverage should ask sands for a copy or at feast look through it N ou d tie surprised just how rn ut h ant! vaned cox er age ( Is 11 anti \ Hlsp get lite Museum of Texas Handmad* F urniture has ret eixed a JI 4<J0 izrant from ttve Institute of Museum services Museum Assessment Pro gi am The money will tie used to pax for a professional assessment of the services arni operations of our unique museum material' and per dims ex flenses for the surveyor Museum I hr re tor Kristina smith wrote the grant application awarded rtsenllv Thr museum is resptmxi (•ie tor paxing for the survexor s ravel per diem exerts exceeding I* *) Any amount not expended I rom tile grant can go into the it useum s operating budget A* it that wash t enough g<»«! « •* * I *t the MI Mf Iva New if San Antonio and a trailer in live vtuti I ex as * hamber of < ommerce pr esented our own S l> I’avid with i t firs k for % oat tor exi reding tile membership drtxe goal for that organization Tile t iles k was I resented to s J i during a chamber breakfast tho morning at the Molt dax Inn Si) hat til** opt n if of gix i d tile S «• to tile i bant) of his rhwkr Si) tumrd arouinl and gaxr tfw c tin k to M I Mi board tnembrr I oui bur PUS so tie v ouid gixe ll to tin- museum no things s**ern to be t liming up yellow ruses for Miss smith arni tile folk' supt«»rtmg Uh ItiUsOUtll A friend of \ mulla Marker of New Braunfels t ailed x ester day to sa* that Mrs Marker * name had laten left out of a story about her son Ma J (ten Julius Marker Jt commander of die I s Army In teliigefH e I enter aint Sciiool Marker iias just f*-«*n named Uh t fiief ot the Military Intelligence » orps arni iii ret ent forma! i ere monies in Fort Huai nu* a Ari/ fie Was presented the rww MI I ‘orps 11est Mrs Matker s friend said Nits Marker had worked xerx hard to raise tier son amt deserved stone ret (ignition st John s F pl** opal Church will tnist a rally day sunday to maik Uh first (fay ut sunday School students ale asked to meet at S MS a in at See STAMMTISCH Paqe 2 Murtly cloudy skies will Inner as will a ll) jiercent chain e of attei iiottn thunder sfntwers and a high in Uh-mid wis South winds will lie al IO to 15 mph Mostly cloudy skies tonight will bring a JU percent chaine ut thunder showers tonight with a low iii the mid ?(>s and south winds at lo mph i rulay will return to partly cloudy with a Jo per cent chaine of rain and a high iii the mid 90s and south winds at IO mph The Menu CLASSI#IID    13    lb COMICS    8 CROSSWORD    3 Of AR ABBY    12 ENTERTAIN MINI    I? KALEIDOSCOPE    I SCRAPBOOK    b SPORTS  ............IO    ll ('otnal school district supermten dent Hill Brown announced enroll ment figures for the district VSednes day saying growth is most pronounc «*d in the western portions of Comal County near Bulverde and Canyon I ake The enrollment at tin* Bulverde K. lenient ary school ha* grown bx ZI percent since 1*85 while the Bulverde Middle School s enrollment im Teased bx IO 4 percent The growth in the Bulxerde area is prompting a moxe on the part of the 'n bool district to rearrange schools consolidating tin' Mountain \ alley ami Bulxerde middle sc hools In the last three year* the Moun tam Valley Elementary ami Middle vt moi enrollment has increased by more than ii percent The school is in saltier ami draws students from around ( anyon [.ake and th** nor th west portion of the county ITw new Smithson V alley High 'n hon! is expe* ted to tw complete by January Next year Bulxerde Mid lie school will occupy the existing high school ami Bulverde Fir men tary School will rxpaml into the mid die >* hoot building The superintendent said the growth in the Canyon Lake and Bulxerde area* ss in contrast with a slight decline in enrollment at Frazier Herr ent ary and Goodwin Primary schools Canyon High School has ex perienced a growth in enrollment of about 5 percent in the last three years while the student population at Canyon Middle School has increased See SCHOOLS Paqe 2 Sattler man urging firearms controls B t JOHN KASTNER Correspondent Saltier ho: tebuilder James Smith ha* done all he can for now to con x inee the I e\a* legislature to outlaw hunting in platted subdivisions He is keeping hi* fingers crossed that a decision will t* reached before the first sin t is fire*'. ,n Noxember smith said th* Comal County Com misstoners ('our! has listened to his sule of the story ami agrees that local resident input must be obtained about bow bad the situation is Com missiooers haxe caller! for two separate hearing* next week smith said he is confident that the entire proposed set of rules xviii pan out but said Ifs going to take a good general effort to pull this off Hearings on th** proposed regula Mons banning discharging of firearms in subdivisions in Comal County haxe been set for sept 16 and IT at 7 p m The first hearing is sla’ed for the start/ C ommunity ( enter in startzxille and the second hearing w ill be held in the courthouse annex The resolution that could he drafted following the hearing would See CONTROLS Paqe 2 Lee to right Susie Battle Ledford Comal Cc unt> Builders Association president Roy Rauch Ray Schoch president of Comal Coun ty MH MR Advisory Beard and Craig Sagebte of Greater Ne* Braunfels Chamber of Com mere® cut the ribbon officially opening a ne* 1 200 square-toot clinic addition for the facility at 511 North Street Wednesday (Photo by Dery Clark) MH-MR clinic gets bigger ( on val (oui ny Mental Health Mental Kelardation (enter Wednesday formally opened a I .AX) square foot expansion of cl inn space at ill North street I hr new building comprise* office space for counselors and a recreation area (or clients of Hie mental tiealth clinic operated under a contract with San Antonio State Hospital I tie building w as prox tiled through prix ale contrtbu lions and work by ( omul t ounty Builders Association Boy Bauch president other contributor* include ( anyon Lake Evening Lions CT ut) New Braunfels Breakfast I don* Out) Ca ny on Lake methodist Church Men s (Tut) New Braunfels Kiwanis (Tut) New Braunfels Noon Lions ( tub and oilier* (Tie Comal County MU MB Center ami clinic was in corporaled in ID72 and was housed oft Hickory Street Iii 1975 Ute center opeiated out of Our lardy of Perpetual Help on South Austin until MR*) when the developmental training center opened and the mental tiealth clinic nioxed into a remix ated Stephen F Austin School building at the present North Street location Community MH MB centers operating under auspices of state hospitals and with partial funding from Texas Department of Mental Health amt Mental Retardation have in relent years accepted more pa Hents and developmentally disabled persona for train mg and therapeutic maintenance as part of an oxerall drive lo remove slate Imspital patients from thai restrictive environment Mayroll for the MU MB centers is met with state funds while all oilier associated costs are borne by the communities iii which til* centers are lo* ated Comal County MU MB program receives support from in dividual* and civic organizations ami in HMC K8 hopes to re* rive 116 aw from Comal ( ounty ComFund cam paign Comal ('ounty > program includes a mental health clinic and developmental training center Slatting the clinic are susie Battle Ledford dire* tor Franc! Boothe nurse C Watts Walker substance abuse coordinator, Alicia Gibson secretary sherry Hill case manager, Rrs Ter rosa Stallworth and Helen Hankow sky psychiatric con sultana Lana Newton, child development consultant and Fred Estrada psychology consultant The clinic offers psychiatric outpatient follow up for patients discharged by San Antonio State Hospital medication administration, substance abuse treat ment crisis intervention information and referral, in idividual counseling home visits and transportation group therapy and family support services The clinic’s 1986 87 budget includes Slay.aul from the state hospital and $16 035 from the Comal County Advisory Board, recipient of the local funds and dona t ions ITH* developmental training program, separate from Uh* dine program is staffed by Bandy Wyatt, director Sam Sipes social worker Becky Malechek developmental supervisor Richard Ogletree workshop manager Diana Medina Amzie Miller and Dempsey lamsard. instructors Kathy I ax* k wood, secretary; and Tom Carr, contract procurement of fleer ITh* developmental project provides diagnosis and evaluation of clients who are disabled Some 25 clients now train and perform contract menial work for private firms The 19H6 87 developmental training center budget includes $150.1*47 in funds from Austin Slate School and $25,970 from Comal ( ounty Advisory Board After eight months Crime Stoppers pay first reward By DAVID MAY Staff Arder New Braunfels Comal County Crime Stoppers board of directors Wednesday unanimously approx ed a landmark first reward payout for information that lead to a break up last month of a burglary ring and arrest of a juxenile The payoff by the board was its first in just more than a year after its formation The anonymous in formation allowed New Braunfels police investigators to arrest the juxenile who at the time was s**r ving probation His probation was revoked and he was placed in the custody of Texas Youth Commis *ion authorities Police were able to recover pro perdy and solxe one burglary as a result of the information and ob tamed an arrest warrant for a se cond individual still sought bx police This is a major milestone said program chairman Don F erguson Wednesday of the ap proxed reward It is proof thai Crime Stoppers work* I hope this payout will spur other tipsters and informants to realize Crime Stop pers does pay crime Stoppers is a non prof it pnx ately funded organization mat seeks to solve felony crimes through anony moos information Crime Moppers pays rewards of up to $1,000 for information that leads to an arrest and indictment or conviction of persons commit ting felony acts Program coordinator and New Braunfels police officer Martin Nlaxer said he envisions more in STOPPERS formation being generated as a result of the payout I see this really taking off said Mayer I am not surprised it has taken us this long to make a pax off We have been getting n- formation for the past eight mon ths but this was the first inlorma Hon received good enough that we were able to payoff on should police arrest the second suspect sought in connection with the burglary ring. the informant max be entitled later to a se* one: reward, according to Ferguson Police were able to break a burglary ring that was actu cly working in Comal Town near the fairgrounds and Lama*" Fin .en tary Mayer said police in xestigators believe the ring was responsible for as many ,»s : > burglaries in that area Mayer aiso noted that informa tior. received recently on other felony crimes has been turned ox e* to the proper < uthorities md is being investigated Persons who haxe information regarding any unsolved felony crime are asked to call Crim* .Stoppers at 620-TIPS day >: night and speak to the officer on duty Callers remain completely anonymous identified only through a program number issued at the time information is rec* i\ ed Substance abuse workshop slated The Alamo Area Council o: Goxernmcnts will sponsor the 14tt annual Begional Institute on Aicoho and Drug Abuse titled Perspex tues 87 Oct 11-13 at the Pout Seasons Hotel 555 S Alamo San An lomo The institute offering three tracks of prexention. counseling interxen Hon and treatment rehabilitation is dire* ted toward social workers counselors family therapists alcohol and drug abuse counselor* adult juxenile probation officers and other mental health protessionals in terested in learning more about issues of alcohol and drug abuse Topics to be treated during the three day conference will include the following drugs in the workplace codependency, intervention tee hill ques fetal alcohol syndrome counseling victims of child abuse the dynamics of 12 step programs reia nonstop issues of adult children of alcoholics, black adolescents and self-esteem, and recent research tin dings regarding drugs and alcohol Featured speaker Judith Sanders Phi) of Houston will addles* prevention and counseling a* ii concerns high risk children at the ext ll IO TU a rn session The pre registration fee of $ 5 i* due bx ixt I and CFI s and proles sional accreditation credits w TI be available For more information contact substance abuse manager Marti a Reyes at Uh* Alamo Area Council 01 Governments. 512 JJS 52tM NB residents form corporation aimed at helping children A group of local New Braunfels residents has formed State Nutrition Spectaltsts. Inc a private non profit organization aimed at providing financial reimbursements to day homes registered with the Texas Department of Human Serx ices Sarah Warner executive director of Slate Nutrition Specialists, said people who are registered to keep children in their homes are eligible tor reimbursements from the state for meals provided "It s an assui ame to the parents that the children are receiving nutritious meals.” Warner said TTH* primary interest is with the children.” All homes in which persons provide care for at least three children other than their own are required to register with the Texas Department of Human Services Warner said the local group was formed to serve as a "middleman between the government and the day homes All registered day homes are eligi hie to participate in the Child Car* Food Program and to receive retni bursenient for the cost ol the meals served to the children in their vale All children in attendance will tx* of fered the same free meals with no physical segregation of. nr oltiei discrimination against, any child because of race color, handicap sex age or national origin Warner said tho meals rem) bursenienls are not based on in comes Hegistered day homes in terested in participating in the Child Care Food Program may contact State Nutrition Specialists Inc ai 629-0197 ;