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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 New Texas NBISD January Continued from Page 1 adding that the majority of the upper level positions vacated recently have been filled from You need a blend of promoting from within and attracting quality people from he Looking Bradberry 1986 was probably the best year Ive ever He said teacher morale increased in the second year of House Bill 72 and there is now more direction from the state level concerning This school districts approach is to implement HB 72 to the he Its been a real smooth he Its been such a suc cessful year that you dont want it to Bradberry said NBISb had an easy time implementing HB 72 because many of the provisions in the legisla tion already were in place in the school Of teacher Bradberry said there has been a big turnaround in at titudes as education reforms become more People are having to work he But therere working hard with a good attitude and 1 think thats what people expect of One program that will continue in to the new year is part of an effort to reduce the number of students dropp ing out of high Bradberry said teachers are working with students at the middle school level to give them the individual attention that they hope will keep the students motivated enough to continue with Were trying to assure success for the he adding that the program has been in place for about four years and results already are Continued from Page 1 not change under the Whatley noted that those not using yearly passes would see an addi tional surcharge of 25 cents as another source of raising monies for pool and facility Discussion of user fees for Cypress Bend Park is another item to be con sidered for board recommendation User fees have become a familiar term in recent months as a way for people using public facilities to help pay for them in light of current city revenue The boards final reading of a pic nic fee ordinance before action by ci ty council is also set on the Recreation Superintendent Keith Maxwell and Aide Donna Zuba will tender their resignations Tuesday as Whatley said Maxwell plans to return to school to work toward a masters degree and Zuba has ac cepted a job as assistant director at Southwest Texas State Whatley said that the department has not received permission from the city to fill the He noted that the positions will need to be filled before March the date the Landa Recreation Center is due to Other agenda items include introduction of Shirley Tiedt as a new park board presentation of the parks and recreation departments goals for an update on the Eikel Park playground reconstruction of the Landa Park Recreation discussion of trout fishing pro needs assessment survey to be presented to city council Hydro Continued from Page 1 planned for construction at the base of Canyon The plant would generate an estimated 25 million killowatts of electricity NBU and GBRA officials have stated that hydroelectric power is and will continue to be significantly cheaper to produce than electricity generated by the Lower Colorado River which now supplies New Braunfels with The Ca nyon Dam project would supply only a portion of the power needed by NBU Burrus said one of the objectives of todays meeting is to establish a timetable for issuing the million in The attorney added that financial consultants have recom mended that this is a good time to issue Welsch said GBRA officials are hoping to have the financing worked out and presented to the city council this GBRA along with Soloman Brothers met with the NBU board of directors and city council members to discuss fun ding last At that GBRA and the con sultants urged the board and the council to authorize issuing City council members decided against granting despite low interest rates and an im pending change in because they wanted to wait until all govern ment permits were in Since its Inception six years the hydroelectric project has been the subject of opposition from a group of Canyon Lake residents and the Pedernales Electric which supplies power to the Canyon Lake GBRA has received two of the government permits required to begin construction on the PEC is appealing a Texas Water Commission decision to grant GBRA a permit for the A recent decision by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to grant the river authority a license to construct is also the subject of GBRA officials expect to receive final government approval from the Army Corps of Engineers within the next few Welsch said Fri day that construction on the project can begin as early as next regardless of the oppostion concern ing the license Weather Water Watch Comal cfs down 4 Canyon Lake cfs down 289 Canyon Lake cfs down 730 Canyon Lake down Edwards up and drizzle oyer thei rest of WEST TEXAS Cloudy and cjoldefc Scattered freezing drizzle or light snow in the Cloudy and cold Wednesday with scattered freezing drizzle or light snow north and scattered rain Lows 22 Panhandle to near 40 Highs 30s and 40s east of mountains and 40s and 50s Extended Forecast Thursday through Saturday Texas Forecast NORTH TEXAS Cloudy Colder most sections Wednesday with some drizzle and light Lows 35 northwest to near 50 Highs 40 northwest to 60 SOUTH TEXAS Mostly cloudy tonight and Wednesday with widely scattered Fog forming late tonight and early Lows 40s and Highs 60s and A pacific front extended southward through the eastern part of the Panhandle and the South GOP Women Westerly breezes from 5 to 15 mph were the rule behind the with some gusts noted over 30 Winds over North Central Texas were mostly from the south at 5 to 15 while most of South Texas noted light and variable Increasing cloudiness was forecast for most of the state Freez ing drizzle or light snow was ex pected tonight in the along with scattered showers in South On the forecast called for light snow or freezing drizzle in the along with light rain SOUTH TEXAS Cloudy and cool with a chance of rain or Lows mostly in the 40s an Highs in the 50s and NORTH TEXAS A chance of possibly mixed with sleet or snow northwest Lows most ly in the 20s and highs in the 40s and WEST TEXAS Cooler with a chance of possibly mixed with snow Lows in the teens in the lows in the 20s except for the 30s in the Big Highs around 40 in the 40s and 50s tion Isfders from acmthe Stand ing is Robbie Continued from Page 1 said the proposal is for housekeeping He said that often the commission will give final plat approvals only to have them sit for up to two years before development actually takes By he some of the considerations allowed in the plat could have become There currently is not an or dinance establishing time limits for final plat Shands said that the time frame has been a verbal understanding among the commission and Other commission agenda items include a public hearing and recom mendation to city council for the proposed rezoning of a acre tract of land donated at the in tersection of Sandlewood Drive and Riverside Drive blocks 6 and 7 and the utility easement and ser vice Summerwood Subdivi units 3 and 5 from TH tawnhouse to ZH zero lot for Summerwood Development by Rob a public hearing and recom mendation to city council for the proposed rezoning of 274 Garza lots 35 and 36 and parts of lots 37 and 39 from 2 single and two family residential to 1 local business for Clifford a public hearing and recom mendation to city council for the proposed historic designation of the Ottmar Gruene House at 1255 Gruene Road block lot Easley requested by the Historic Landmark Com mission and Gordon and Virginia public hearing and considera tion for approval of the resubdlvl sion of lot block Rolling Valley unit Les consider preliminary final approval of the resubdlvislon of Executive unit Ken Rice and Robert discuss and consider Master Plan citizen commission com planning directors Obituaries Louise Bocklett Bruce Services for Louise Bocklett Bruce of 465 Granada will be at 10 Wednesday at Peter Paul Catholic Interment will follow in Peter Paul Catholic died 3 at McKenna Memorial She was born Ju ly 1912 to Sabastian and Louise Bocklett in She was a registered nurse and worked at Col onial Manor Nursing Bruce was a member of Peter Pauls Catholic Survivors include two Jeanette Muenich of New Braunfels and Cathie Hoyt of four Richard Sledge of Ross Sledge of Robert Sledge of Dallas and James Sledge of Fort one Sister Mary Ann Bocklett of Houston 26 grandchildren and 13 great She was preceded in death by two Ross Sledge and Roy Pallbearers will be Scott Ray Muenich Billy Richard Richard Marc Joe Walshe and Mike Memorials may be made to either Hospice of New Braunfels or the American Cancer Services are under the direction of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Emma Checkers Hosek Ivey i f j1 Services for Emma Hosek Ivey of Box 29 in Cibolo will be at 2 Wednesday at Doep penschmidt Funeral Home with Deacon Ray Kaufman Burial will be in Peter Paul Catholic died 4 at McKenna Memorial Ivey was born to John and Frances Elizabeth nee Vrazel Hosek on 1921 in She married Alvis Ivey in New Braunfels on Ju ly Ivey was a housewife and a foot Survivors include her Alvis Ivey of Cibolo one Cliffton Eugene Ivey of Dallas two Angela Jean Stoll of McQueeney and Helen Remmler of San Antonio and two August Hosek of Floresville and Harry Hosek of Alvin Prazak Alvin Prazak of Star Box 755V in New Braunfels died 3 at McKenna Memorial Ser vices were at 2 Tuesday at Zoeller Funeral Burial was in Guadalupe Valley Memorial was born to Raymond and Rosie nee Faust Prazak in Burleson He mar ried Edith Poehl in Caldwell on Prazak was a New Braunfels resident for 13 He was an in sulator at Dow Chemical was Survivors include his Edith Prazak of New Braunfels three Roberta McCollum of Loretta Jennings of Ever man and Alvera Williams of Angleton three Alma Prazak of Tilda Harper of Caldwell and Mary Coufal of Rockwell two James Prazak of Hamilton and Lewis Prazak of Bryan seven grand children and six great Ida Wurzbach Ida of San Antonio died Services were at Tuesday at ZizikKarnesRibbe Saunders Funeral Home in San An tonio with the Marvin Huth of Interment was at 3 at Peter Paul Catholic Cemetery in New Wurzbach was born 1899 to Martin and Annie nee Aker Lux in Kendall She was the youngest daughter of a Texas pioneer Wurzbach was a member of Johns Catholic Church in San An tonio and the Pershing Lodge order of the Hermann Sons Sur vivors include one Ardis and two A rosary was recited at 7 Mon day at the funeral Father Anthony Elsing Father Anthony died 29 at a Corpus Christi nursing Elsing was the founder of Our Lady of Perpetual Help He was the first Missionary of the Holy Family priest to come to Texas from Germany in Elsing was born on the Feast of 1897 in Essen Germany to Hermann and Agatha He had four brothers and two All of his family preceded him in Elsing served in the Medical Corps during World War I and was ordained as a priest in the congregation of the Holy Family on in During the past 60 Elsing served in New Gonzalez and His longest term of service was in Corpus Christi with his work at the Parishes of Sacred Holy Family and He arrived in Galveston on March as the first Holy Fami ly Missionary in His first work was in New In Elsing was invited to Cor pus Christi to serve at Sacred Heart He was asked to renovate the old church building but chose to build a new structure He worked as a laborer on the construction of the church by making and laying The church was dedicated Thanksgiving Elsing also had a part in establishing the missions of Holy Family and Our Lady of He served jn the Knights of Columbus from more than 50 years by holding many offices and aiding the founding of many He also was the chaplain for the Catholic Daughters of America for many At the time of his Els ing was chaplain of the Knights of Columbus Council 2710 and of the Corpus Portland and Rockport area He was friar of the Corpus Christi Assembly of the Fourth Degree Knights of Honorary 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