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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 20, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2 New Texas February 1991 Weather Water Comal Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Edwards Forecasts SOUTH TEXAS A chance of rain most sections tonight and Otherwise mostly cloudy to Highs Thursday in the upper 50s to mid Lows tonight mid 30s Hill otherwise near 40 north to near 50 Extended Forecasts FridaySunday SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy Friday and Saturday most Mostly cloudy and a little cooler Sunday with a slight chance of Highs Hill Country and south central around 70 Friday and in the 60s Lows in the Highs Coastal Bend in the 70s Friday and near 70 Lows in the Partly mild lower Texas Rio Watch cfs down 4 down 4 up 71 down down Grande valley and Highs in the 70s to near Lows in the 50s to near Partly cloudy Saturday southeast and the upper Gulf Mostly cloudy and a little cooler A slight chance of Highs near 70 Fri day and in the 60s Sun Lows in the 40s inland to the 50s The state Rain is forecast for South Texas tonight and Thursday while the rest of the state will have clear skies and pleasant The rain will be triggered by an upper level low pressure area that triggered rain in North Texas ear lier in the It had moved southward into Mexico by early GED program may limit dropouts By STEPHANIE FERGUSON Ntws Editor A new pilot program being insti tuted in New Braunfels Independent School District is expected to lower next years dropout says the director of adujt I think youre going to see a sig nificant difference next year in our dropout said Leland The GED pilot program for NBISD was presented to the board of trustees Tuesday during a regular The program is being instituted per state law that requires certain districts to participate in an Equivalency Calendar Examination Pilot Program based on previous years dropout Any district with a dropout rate for 198990 that exceeded percent would be required to implement the NBISD has a dropout rate for that period of Its really going to be a blessing for these students in high Cox It will allow these students to stay in school and still be tested the The problem that weve had in the past with students who were 17 years old is that in our GED program we Cannot test them while they ore in The law said that they would have to quit school before we could deal with he Students who are unhappy with school can apply for the pilot program and an atrisk committee will review the students interview the parents and Stu dents will be chosen for the program potential to succeed in thepTOgram as well as the applicants exhibited If they are unhappy with but the counselor believes that they can pass the GED were going to have a class at the high school hour a day and thats the only class that particular student will have to They have the option of taking other Cox The school district currently has between 70 and 95 dropouts per according to school The dis trict expects to enroll between 15 and 20 students in the Cox said an effort also will be made to enroll students who pass the GED into a nearby community adding the district currently agreements with San Antonio College and Palo Continued from 1 by a number of veterans who are upset the holidays werent included in the Board member Robert also a said though he would prefer that the veterans holidays be included in the the veterans had plenty of time to contact CISD while they were creating the I just feel ikc it was an Robinctt Obituaries CISD Acting Superintendent Arlcn Tickcn said today no veterans contacted the district about including the We did talk about Memorial Day as a possibility and because its so near the end of school we decided against Ticken We do have observances at our schools on Veter ans Day and we traditionally have invited veterans organizations to par ticipate in one way or the other at sev eral of our Veterans Day is a legal holiday in the United States honoring all veter ans of the armed The day is celebrated on Armistice the anniversary of the armistice of World War I in 1918 in Memor ial Day is a legal usually celebrated the last Monday hi in memory of the dead servicemen of all Im referring to the veterans of all World War I and n and the present people over in Saudi Arabia and were putting up yellow ribbons all over every where and when we come up with these school calendars we just oblit erate Veterans Robinctt NBISD Board President Bob Self said I think the kids have too much time The board adopted the calendar in a 6 to 1 voting not to send the calendar back for Board members Jean Nayo Arlon Margie Rabom and President Bob Self voted for the Roblnett voted against The calendar dictates school begins and ends May Christmas holidays will run from 20 to Spring Break will begin March and end March Students also will get a day off for Labor Fair Good Friday and Lawrence Burgmeler Memorial services for Lawrence Larry Burgmeier of New Braun fels will be at 10 Friday at Lake side Baptist Church with the Larry the Elmer Gumpcr and Edward Biley died at McKenna Memorial The son of Lawrence Leo arid Rose Marie nee Broker he was born in Minnea He married Debra Miles March in A resident of the city since July he was a selfemployed lineman and a member of the Catholic He was a member of the Naval Wildlife Preservation Society and the National Skeet Shoot He served with the United States He is survived by his Dcbra MilesBurgmeier of New his Rose Marie Burgmeier of three Jason Burgmeier of New Lawrence John Burgmeier of New and Shawn Michael Burgmeier of New four Carolyn Hoefer of Ann Marie Korpi of Patti Paugh of and Margaret Haugen of three Tom Burg meier of Kansas Carl Burgmeier of Desert Hot and Mike Burgmeier of Memorials may be made to the Special Arrangements are under the direction of Zocller Funeral Edna Daehne Funeral services of Edna Albrccht of Bay mother of a New Braunfels were 12 at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Bay Officiating at those rites and at which followed at Roselawn Memorial Park in Van was Monsignor James Daehne died at West Georgia Medical Center in La She was born June in Fla tonia to Antone and Justine Mar tinchek Daehne was preceded in death by her Daehne in She was a member of Holy Cross Catholic where she served as an organist for 20 She also was a member of the Bay City Garden She and her husband has been owners of Daehne Drug Store in Bay She is survived by a son and Frank and Terri Daehne of Sumner three daughters and Doris and Royce Reinhart of New Kitty and Tommy Cashion of and Karen and Bob Letsch of 11 six great grandchildren and several nieces and Serving as pallbearers were John Jeff Chris Jour Garbade Ottis and Edward Honorary pallbearers were Allen Daehne Bill Ottis and George Services were under the direction of Dick Bay City Funeral Isabel Zamarrlpa Services for Isabel Zamarripa of New BraYinfels will be at 10 Thursday at Holy Family Catholic Church with Father Francis Maas Burial will be at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Zamarripa died at McKenna Memorial The daughter of Marcos and Victoriana nee Parra she was bom in New A lifetime resident of the she was a housewife and a member of Holy Family Catholic She is survived by her Domingo Zamarripa two Mar tin Zamarripa of New Braunfels and Mario Zamarripa of Florida five sis Librada Tristan of New Braun Manuela Gutierrez of San Anto Benita Rios of San Rosa Perez of Maria Mercies of Florida a Marcos Avizo and one A rosary will be recited tonight at at Morales Funeral Home Pallbearers will be Julio Marcos Mario Every service is a memorable At Zoeller Funeral Home we take into consideration the vary ing financial circumstances of the families we we offer funerals in a wide range of making them affordable to In each and every case the service is a dignified and memorable We urge families to consider the wisdom of making preneed funeral Come in for a consultation at no cost or yy tf family tntnmliii DAN ZOKLLliK OwncrDimlir 6252349 FUNERAL HOME 615 LANDA NEW BRAUNFELS Robert Cisneros and Manuel Edgar Meckel Services for Edgar Meckel of New Braunfels will be at 3 Friday at Docppcnschmidt Funeral Bur ial will be at Guadalupe Valley Memorial A Rosary will be recited at 7 Thursday at Doep penschmidt Funeral died at McKenna Memorial The son of Hugo and Lena nee Holz mann he was bom in New Meckel married Viola Frcricks in Viola Meck el died in May Meckel mar ried Lorinc Burrell in New Lorine Meckel died in April A lifetime resident of Comal Coun Meckel had been a weaver at Mission Valley Mills and had owned a trucking company from the late 1920s until the late He was a member of Thomas Chapel at Canyon Knights of and Mission Valley Bowling He is survived by two daughters and Ihcir Marilyn and John Wcbcr of New and Betty Jane and Walter Dette of San Anto nio two stepdaughters and their hus Vivian and Joe Scott of New and Beverly and Roger Schcel of McQueeney a stepson and his Dorwin and Gerry Ahr of New Braunfels a Weldon Meckel of New Braunfels five grand children seven stepgrandchildren and 10 Visitation will be from 6 today until service time Friday at Doep penschmidt Funeral Memor ials may be made to the Thomas Building Frank Douma Arrangements are pending at Zocll er Funeral Home for Frank who died at his home at the age of NBU Continued from 1 about the suggestion to postpone the system accounts for every thing Utilities owns and he would operate financial accounts in such a tight controlled way that it would have to be In four or five years the project could save the city 10 times the amount of but we need to stay with the stuff we do We dont have the dollars to be realistic for the Sohn president of New Braunfcls Utilities Board of said he was concerned about the board of trustees lack of future We had been planning two and three years Now were just planning for We have not been a good effective utility he Biggcrs agreed with adding that delaying future problems could come back to haunt Other members of the New Braun fcls Utilities Board of Trustees include Jesse vice president Stratcmann trustee and Robert Continued from Page 1 lion to Thompson said he is concerned about the proposed Revenue changes were adopted with the first budget proposal and now NBU offi cials need to make more he It shows a shortfall and we to make additional budget cuts that are more he Thompson said it is difficult to know what effect budget cuts will have on NBU I dont think there will be an immediate but the cost takes a certain level of service away from the tomcr with a longterm NBUs board of trustees will review the budget again at its regular meeting AIR DUCT CLEANING JERRYS CLEANING SERVICES 6291322 Sinlngtht ItiCountyAntSliai 117 Stammtisch Continued from 1 Switzerland on Among his mementos that now belong to the Ripleys Believe It or Not museum are his medical a photo graph of him in prison camp and the bikes wooden handlebar in which he stored his After the Coffee farmed and ranched until he retired hi He moved his family to New Brauafcli in Coffee died in Patricia said her dads belongings will be exhibited in one of the Ripley museums this sum Project Graduation Organizers of Project Gradua tion for Canyon High School will hold a planning meeting for all the committees Thursday night at 7 in the CHS All senior parents are encouraged to Use this coupon to make sure youre giving your friends all the attention they FREE HEARING EVALUATION BETTER HEARING CENTER New Braunfels 245 Landa Drive 6201114 Seguin 908 Court Doctors Clinic Rldq 3796902 Call to schedule your appointment today 1991 Bellono Hoctinnic Comoiulion jf 1991 Bcllonc tloclionic CorpoiiJlion GRANZINS MEAT MARKET 51 McQueeney 625351O MKT MADE JFRKn DRY SAUSAGE BLOOD Fresh Pork Pic Nic Roast 109 M a Ribcyc Steaks 3 89 lb Fresh Great for Bar B Q Ham Steak l 29 Hortnel Chopped Ham l 07 Pork Cutlets 49 TBone Steak 399 Fresh Sausage or more 79 lb it Specials Good 20th thru 26th Sirloin 10 Ibs or more 09 19 2 Farm Raised Boneless Catfish Fillets 079 Mkt Trim Spare Prodi U Fresh 3 Down 1 lb Chicken Breast Split 5 b Pk 119 109 lb 1 lb Fresh Fryers C TF C Monday thru Saturday Custom Slaughtering Only Mkt Trim Brisket Chuck Hamburger 1 79 lb or more l Pka l 63 Wisconsin Cheddar Cheese 1 59 ib Custom Slaughtering Hogs Lambs Butchering Butchering Big 7 Orange Crush 612 Hindquart Forequart Cattle ilutcherlng   

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