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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 5, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunf els aUtiZfitung January Vocational program rate high marks By DORIAN MARTIN Staff writer New Braunfels ISOs vocational programs made the grade and a perfect at The announcement of a perfect audit by the Texas Education Agency was made Tuesday during the NBISD trustees study The audit of the administration and operation of the vocational programs was unable to find any discrepancies in compliance with state and federal The which had 302 questions to test NBISDs was conducted The school district received the report The vocational program also received a letter commending the program from Louis executive director of The National Advisory Council on Vocational The proposed 19841985 school calendar also was presented for This year we tried to work very closely with the superintendent of the neighboring school district Comal said NBISD Superintendent Charles Many of the planned holidays are the same for the two On the proposed school would start 23 and would be released May Teacher inservice days would be 21 and April Teacher work days would be March 15 and May Scheduled holidays would be 3 Labor 28 County 2223 1 March 48 Spring and April 5 Six 6week periods are set up 5 20 18 21March 1 March 11April 19 April 22May Baccaulereate would be May 26 while graduation would be May Trustees also heard a report on a pilot project involving computers by Special Education Director Linda Official action will be taken at the next school Community link meeting tonight Note This column is a weekly feature highlighting events and programs of the Community Service The parent support group using the Toughlove concept will begin meeting again every Thursday night at at the Community Service 202 The first session is Toughlove parent groups have been organized throughout the United and this rapidly growing movement consists of parents who use Toughlove methods to take charge of their families again and professionals who want to help The parent support group works to solve the problems of its own group members and to make its own community stronger and Parents set take support one another and work with community Parents troubled by teenage behavior are en couraged to visit the group and learn more about dealing with stresses and strains on todays expectation drug and alcohol use and todays For more information contact Suzie Garcia or Liz Urban at the Community Service Center at 6253439 or Bill Tyre at Association of Mental Health Specialitsts at The Adult Learning located in the Com munity Service is having classes again after being closed for the Classes are held Monday through Thursday from 9 to 4 Anyone interested in working on their or in Adult Basic Education should contact the Christine at THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK People dont care how much you know until they know how much you Grandmas fittic i m RESRLE Toys Antiques Childrens Stools Dog Houses Monday Thru Saturday 1492 81 6295778 Nexto To Haas Auto Works NBISD roundup The program by Teaching Pathways would involve three special education three elementary and 60 students 10 students These students do not have to be enrolled in special education Avila said this program would give continuity to a students as well as pinpoint the childs level of The program computes a general profile of the both their strengths and Avila The computer also would generate an individual educational and has the capability to be constantly she Avila said the outcome of the program would be more individualized programs for the students and valuable experience for the We also expect the gains by the students in the program will be significant Avila The district would benefit from the program because it would receive the complete set of all written the computer software and the training 6 hours worth prior to the program and 6 hours during the Trustee Don Bedford asked Do you foresee becoming dependent on this where well have to buy computers later on Avila said the program would be able to use the hardware the district currently and would use computer time during the periods before and after school is in She said more software may have to be but Were searching for something She explained the district still would have to write its own buy one or adapt a program from another school Bradberry said there would be no initial cost for the He suggested it would be a good program to try on a limited Calendar of Events Government Comal County Commissioners 10 Commissioners Organizations Eve of Epiphany Serivce Civic with the Charles minister of Houstons First Methodist largest Methodist church in New Braunfels Singles Club Thur 511 North If you would like your club or organization listed in the please contact the Herald Zeitung at 6259144 or send a notice to Drawer New Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 the day before Deadline for Sunday editions is 5 Bid opening set on temporary jail Comal County Commissioners will open bids on materials for construction of a temporary jail facility during a special meeting at 10 Friday at the County The jail will be constructed by a class from Smithson and could be ready for occupation The 18by54 foot facility will be used for additional space to handle crowded conditions in the existing officials have An permanent facility is being but it wont be ready until late HvraldZritung Taylor USPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Manager Claude ElnoraKraft Manager Robert Editor Mike Grist Coordinator Cheryl McCampbell Manager Don A Manager Carol Foreman Gus Foreman Roland Print Shop Foreman Wanda Editor David Editor Patricia Editor Subscription Rates In Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 In Texas 6 424 one Out of state 6 130 one Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New TX Their concern is developing Residents of Mission Oaks subdivision turned out in droves Tuesday to oppose a rezoning proposal which would have allowed multifamily housing in their The rezoning which concerned a SHfiphoto by 0rwm fry tract on North Walnut Avenue inside Loop was withdrawn after the opposition surfaced at Tuesdays meeting of the Weather Local temperatures Highs today and Friday will be in the low with a low tonight in the low This mornings low was and yesterdays high was Lake level Canyon Lake stood at this compared to yesterdays level of Texas A weak cold front had pushed across Texas to the Gulf Coast by this but temperatures varied little on either side of the air As the front moved into the Gulf early this a high pressure system was creeping over North bringing clear light winds and cool The only winds of consequence in the state were blowing over the Panhandle from the west at about 15 miles an Predawn temperatures were mostly in the 30s and 40s over Texas readings were in the 50s Deaths along the coastline and in the southern tip of the The states cold spots were San Angelo and Lubbock at 34 it was 43 at 34 at 37 at Wichita 40 at Dallas and 37 at 47 at 46 at San 48 at Austin and Corpus 60 at Brownsville and 39 at El Todays forecast called for cloudy skies in far South the Trans Pecos region and Upper Rio Grande skies were ex pected to be partly cloudy to sunny and temperatures unseasonably warm through The Nation Flooding from heavy rains and runoff from snow melted by record warm weather chased hundreds of people from their homes and isolated some towns in the Pacific Northwest today as volunteers filled sandbags to hold back the cascading Washington John Spellman declared a state of emergency throughout the state late Wednesday as floodwaters washed through some homes waist Milton Wheeler Graveside services for Milton Wheeler of Baytown way morning at Cranes Mill Arrangements are with Zoeller Funeral died in Baytown Tuesday He is survived by a Althea Waite of New and a Frank Wheeler of Anna Brzozowski Smith Services for Anna Brzozowski of 183 Louisiana will be at 11 Friday at Doep penschmidt Funeral Burial will follow in Guadalupe Valley Memorial She died Wed at Gonzales Memorial Memorials may be sent to the American Cancer Cost of driving got you down Share the ride Free Carpool Ads 1251144 TRIPLE YOUR MONEY WITH A SASA IRA INVEST AT AND GET BACK SASA IRAs TAX DEFERRED Save more for the future and on your 1983 Invest in a SASA IRA An IRA investment gives you two sensible benefits you lock in high interest rates for the term of your IRA and you can deduct every dollar of your up to the from your 1983 taxable GET HIGHER INTEREST FOR LONGER Start your SASA IRA with an opening deposit of only for seven and ten year Double your money in seven years at Triple it in ten at 11 Choose from other SASA IRA investment options for as little as 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