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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 17, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                PW2A New Texas July 1991 Weather Water Watch Canyon Lakt up 13 Canyon Lakt down 2 Canyon Lakt down Comal same Edwards down South Texas forecasts TODAYTHURSDAY Partly cloudy through Thursday with widely scattered mostly afternoon and early evening showers or thun derstorms mainly Southeast Texas and coastal Continued hot Highs Thursday in the 90s to near 100 Rio Grande Lows tonight in the 60s north and in the 70s elsewhere except low 80s coastal Obituaries Fritz Lutchemeler Graveside services for Fritz Lutch of New Braunfels will be at 10 Friday at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Officiating will be Friedrich Lutchemeier died July at his He was bom in to August and Martha Koch Lutche He married the former Gertrud Lehnert in He had been a New Braunfels resi dent since He was a Protestant and a retired mechanical and research engineer for Kaiser He served with the German Army during World War Survivors include his Gertrud Lutchemeier of New and a Martha Lutchemeier Klang of There will be no public Arrangements are with Doeppensc hmidt Funeral Mildred L Scholl Mildred of New Braunfels died July at McKenna Memorial Private family services will be conducted at a later Scholl was bom in to James and Anna McMurphy She mar ried Karl Scholl in New Braunfels She was a homemaker and a Survivors include her Karl Scholl of New Braunfels her Anna Hart of Pennsylvania three Mary Farley and Eli zabeth Garrett of Canyon Lake and Brenda Orum of Pennsylvania a step Nancy Scholl of Dallas six Sammy Stanley and David Stan ley of Terry Stanley of Jimmy Stanley and Ken neth Hart of and Rick Garrett of Pennsylvania three three brothers and 15 Arrangements are with Zoeller Funeral HllmarSchlather Funeral services of Hilmar of New Braunfels will be at 2 Thursday at Zoeller Funeral with burial following at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Officiating will be the Ron Schlather died July at Oak Crest Inn Convalescent He was bom in Bulverde to Alfred and Emma Ludwig He married the former Eteska Heimer June in New He was a lifelong resident of Comal County and had worked as a clerk in a hardware He was a member of Paul Lutheran Church and the American He served in the military during World War Survivors include his Eteska Schlather of New Braunfels three Wilfred Schlather and wife Mar Gary Schlather and wife and Rodney Schlather and wife all of New Braunfels two sis Ella Seewald of Helotes and Vera Mae Vogel of New Braunfels two Walter Schlather and James both of New Braun fels seven grandchildren and two Memorials may be directed to Paul Lutheran Jacob Dean Knight Graveside services for Jacob Dean of New Braunfels will be at Cranes Mill Cemetery at Canyon Lake with the Don Sommerville Jacob died July He was born in to Terry Lee Knight and Julie Ann Mor ton Survivors include his Ter ry and Julie Knight of New Braunfels Ronald and Beverly Morton of great Waymond and Leona Patrick and ward anclJMartha all of a Jennifer Lynn Morton of Jacksonvil a Caleb Gene Knight of New Braunfels and several aunts and Visitation continues until 9 today and from 9 to 10 Thursday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Memorials may be directed to a fund established at First Gibraltar and Victoria Bank and Introducing to New Braunfels from Austin Cristabells are Institute Specializing in Professional European Skin Care Treatments Please call for appointment Located within Gastons Hair Salon 3 6258080 1551 Walnut OXIV9 July Clearance H Great Buys on Childrens Clothes For Summer Vacation Btiy Two Items at t jf P Pi fit 4 t Check our prices first Get more for your money Sales runs entire month of RullCa CUbktti CtMUni Knob Sluf 6259509 106 Walnut Square 105 Continued from Pagt 1A for 24hour I get more contacts on the student insurance from parents than all the other put said Lonnic Cur assistant superintendent for on Curtis recommendation the board chose to stay with Texas Commerce Bank for its depository Its really hard to choose between two excellent banks with such close Curtis The other bank sub mitting a bidAvas Victoria Bank and The deciding factor was that the districts funds were already at Texas Commerce The cost of switch Ing institutions swayed the board to I would have two people tied up for the better pan of two days in changing Curtis The atrisk proposal for the pilot project at Carl Schura Elementary was approved after the board was assured that the program was being implemented at no additional Im all for doing something like this if its at no additional Trus tee Margie Rabom In these tough budget times we cant be start ing programs that will cost us down the The beautiful part is that there arc no strings attached with TEA or said Trustee Dick 3M Corporation and TEA are providing support for the program while Texas will be providing evaluation of the Lonnie Curtis report on the July investment schedule showed the lowest amount of money Ive had any The low totals are due to the delay in collection of taxes caused by the County Education District We wont have as much money next year because theres not as much money to invest this he Usually Im able to generate an additional over the Curtis suggested a quick start on the budget to get things moving as soon after the August 10 election as Im willing to meet go to early church that trustee Jean Ward I hate to bor row Once you borrow money you continue to borrow Robinett The district may need to borrow money to finance the early part of the school year due to the delay in tax Trustee Nayo Zamora was absent from the Airport Continued from Page 1A competitive the city negotiated indi vidual rental rates with lessees rang ing up to 6 cents per square foot During the meeting last Council Member Rudy Seidel said he supported charging all lessees the same but that he didnt understand why the new rate had to be so One of our ideas when we dis cussed this was to come down and possibly make it more viable and gel new clientele out Council Member Loraine Kraft This way we might get more people inter ested in using the Council Member Paul Fraser asked if such as ECI which leases from New Braunfels Aero Ser will also see lower rental City Manager Paul Grohman said the city is not involved in subleases in any The new rental rate becomes effec tive on the next anniversary date of the established New Braunfels Aero Service will begin paying per year on down slightly from the cur rent Brauntex will pay per year beginning down from the current will pay annually effective January compared with the cur rent Ventura presently pays per but that will be low ered to beginning Lease revenue goes into the citys airport which has built up to about This money can only be spent for aviationrelated Assistant City Manager Hector Tamayo Rental rates will be reviewed every five years and adjusted subject to a 25 percent cap over the pf The move also puts the city in com pliance with new Federal Aviation Administration requirements that cities set rental rates without negotia Tamayo JULY STOCK REDUCTION Law Kimbel L Brown Attorney At Law Former County Attorney Civil and Criminal Practice Since 1981 6253455 260 CASTELL NEW TX FULLY LICENSED BY TEXAS SUPREME UNITED STATES DISTRICT COUnT FOR SOUTHERN WESTERN DISTRICTS NOT BOARD CERTIFIED BY THE ViAS BOARD OF LEQAL 8PEOIAI N3I All Ground Covers all hanging bedding plants fall Values to NOW EACH Sale 1 Vinca Minor 6 for 1 Blue Shade 6 for Full Sun or Shade Beauties Price 4 seed 6 zonals 1 Selloums singles 3 Selloums multi 2 Banana Trees 1 Cannas 1 Copper Plants SALE PRICE 750 6 for 6 for 3 for 3 for 6 for 6 for TM Carpet or Zoysia grOSS plugs is per tray SALE MANDEVILLA The Pink Beauty the best flowering vine youll ever 4 pot SALE 3 for 3 SALE 3 for 3 staked SALE 3 for All Sale Prices Good Through July 31st Sale Limited To Quantities On Hand All Sales Final The Plant Haus 956 WALNUT 6292401 OPEN 8 AM 6 PM 104 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