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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 28, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas FEBRUARY HERALDZE1TUNG 3A BRIEFS Officials monitor armed religious cult WACO authorities say they are monitoring a small but heavily armed religious cult awaiting the end of the world at their compound 10 miles east of but only as a protective The Branch Davidian an offshoot of the Sev enthday Adventist Church and whose leader claims to be makes no secret of having a large assort ment of military assault Assistant Attorney Bill Johnston said people can own as many weapons as they want as long as they are Cult members live in a 77acre fortress called Mount near the Elk Members of the which now is about 75 in visited the McLen nan County sheriffs depart ment after neighbors com plained about weapons being fired at the com Hospital apologizes for organ mistake DALLAS AP A hospi tal that mistakenly changed the parents of a dead girl for the cost of removing donat ed organs and sent them a graphic description of the procedure has agreed to apologize and pay the fami ly The apology and payment will settle a lawsuit filed against Parkland Memorial Hospital by Ira and Pam All I wanted was for them to realize their mis Ira Henson Erica their 8 yearold suffered severe brain damage in June 1990 when she fell from a moving Mother charged with child injury AUSTIN AP Austin woman who told police she loses control of her emotions when her 2 yearold daughter refuses to speak to her has been arrested on charges of injury to a a newspa per reported Barbara Gail was arrested Friday night in connection with a 19 incident in which her daughter fell down about six stairs after she was by her Her was critical Saturday at Brack enridge Enlisted personnel oppose gay ban lift LOS ANGELES AP About threefourths of military enlisted personnel oppose President Clintons plan to lift the Pentagons ban on homosexuals in the armed according to a survey to be published Sun Of more than enlis tees polled by the Los Ange les 74 percent said they disapproved of lifting the ban on while 18 percent favored the But only 10 percent of those who identified them selves as potential military careerists said they would not remain in the service if gays were allowed to serve FORECAST Sunday will see a 60 per cent chance of showers or with a high in the low Southeast winds will be at CISD board honored at meeting Trustees of the Comal Inde pendent School District who were honored at the 22 school board meeting are William presi dent Age A partner in the engineering firm of Marmon Hays holds a bachelor of science He and his reside in the Spring Branch Hays is the father of two Sean and who are both gradu ates of Smithson Valley High In his ninth year on the board of Hays term of office expires in Goodson vice presi dent Age He has served on the CISD board of trustees for 15 years and holds a bachelor of sci ence Goodson is employed as gener al manager of the Texas Water Conservation Resi dents of the Rivercrest area of New he and his have two Colby and who are both Canyon High School Goodsons term of office expires in Deadline to for a Mflt on the Comal Inde tiona Chat will be on the The Of trustees William expire this Neither incunv bent yet indicated hiainten tion to seek According to state the file for a place on the ballot at the CktmallSD Business tocat ed at 1421 Highway East in New The CISD school board wilt call the May election at their regular meeting campaign who may be the accepting any Or making any campaign V CISD Business Manager Abet Campos may be contacted for more information at 6268081 or Potter Age He is a resident of the Garden Ridge area and works as a self employed personnel Potter holds an Associate of Applied Science He and his have four children and Tina all graduated from Canyon High School where youngest daughter Monika is a In his eighth year on the school Potters term of office expires in Craighead Age A resident of the Bul verde Craighead and his are the parents of three daughters Julie Smith and Jill Anthony are graduates of Smith son Valley High while Jenny is a senior on that cam A graduate of Texas Uni Craighead is the owner Obituaries Harry Services for Harry are pending with Doeppenschmidt Funeral Alves died 27 at Central Texas Medical Center in San Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Patsy Ruth Sutton Graveside services for Patsy Ruth of Canyon Lake will be at 230 Tuesday March 2 at Fort Sam Houston National Sutton died 25 in Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home i Erna Burkhardt Services for Ema of New Braunfels will be at 10 March 1 at Doeppen schmidt Funeral Home with the Charles Probst Burial will be in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Burkhardt was born on March in to Albert and Olga Kuhn She married Hilmar Burkhardt on at Paul Lutheran Church in New She was a and a Survivors are her Hilmar Burkhardt of New Braun fels one Gertrude Lehmann of San Marcos and numerous nieces and Visitation will be from 5 Sat urday until service time Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Marcellene George Services for Marcellene are pending with Doeppen schmidt Funeral Alves died 27 at McKenna Memorial Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Dionlcio Torres Services for Dtonfcto Torres of New will be at 10 March 1 at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Albert Trevino Burial will be in Comal Ceme A rosary will be said at Sunday at Zoeller Funeral Torres died 26 at Colonial Manor Care He was born May in San Marcos to Antonio and Santos Gonzales Torres lived in New Braunfels for 42 He married Ignacia Gonzales on in New Torres was employed at Dean Word and was a member of the Iglesia Pentecostes He was preceded in death by his first Cruz Torres in Survivors are his Ignacia of New Braunfels daugh ters and Maria and Anselmo Rosales of Emma and Joe Angelrta and Roy Aurelia and Ray mond Villarreal and Lucy and Pete all of New Braunfels sons and Ernesto and Rosa Torres of Grand Dion icio and Sophia Torres David and Lupe Rogeto and Dora all of New and Ricky Torres of Hawaii Agapita Flores of San Angelita Acevedo of New Braun Eulalia Torres of New Braun fels and Ertnda Pompa of Lubbock two Eusebio Torres of San Marcos and Antonio Torres of Dallas 34 grandchildren eight greatgrandchildren and numerous neices and Memorials may be made to the charity of ones Zoeller Funeral TONIGHT Cloudy Rain 60 Lows 40s MONDAY Cloudy Rain 40 Low 50s Highs 60s TUESDAY I WEDNESDAY Less clouds Rain Low 40s Highs 60s Clear Rain Low 40s Highs 60s of Don Craighead He is in his second year on the school Craigheads term of office expires in Ikels Age He is a lifelong resident of New Braunfels and is employed as director of technical services for WestPoint Ikels and his are the parents of two Canyon High School graduates Cammie and In his eighth year of ser vice on the school Ikels term of office expires in Gerlich Age Elected for the first time in Gerlich is a resident of Garden He and his have two children Lisa and Nathan a graduate of Canyon High He holds a master of business administration and is Gerlichs term of office expires in 1995 Kirk Age Holding bachelors degrees in psychology and journalism and a masters degree in experimental Kirk is a self employed printer and owner of Morton Falls Publishing He and his have an 18 monthold Kirk is a resident of the Canyon Lake area and has served on the board for one His term of office expires in Board requirements outlined for election The commissioner of the State Board of Education and the Texas Education Agency guide and monitor public educa tion in The SBOE provides leadership and state level and the commissioner and TEA staff work with the board to implement education Texas has delegated much of the responsibility for to the local school Locally elected school boards are political subdivisions carrying out a state The board serves as the advo cate for educational excellence for the communitys youth and puts those interests first The policies school boards make dictate the standards and philosophy by which schools are run and the criteria used to judge whether they are being run This responsibility often entails difficult and exposure to public Boy Scout troop 381 with Roger Bueche scout raising money for their summer camp fund by selling fertilizer in their semiannual Photo by John ACROSS 1 Initial 6 Holy man 11 CIAs predecessor 14 Mountain crest 15 Chap 16 Realestate unit 17 Discourage 18 Pay for a magazine 20 Bitter feeling 22 Place of refuge 23 Thwart 25 Architectural edge 28 Actor Franco 29 Got a Secret 30 Banffs province 32 Raze 34 Extreme conservatives 39 New Jersey or Ontario city 42 Distinctive 43 Inured 45 Compensate 46 Spoke abusively to 49 whiz 50 Paper quantity 54 Hoarder 55 Former 56 song SB Puzzle 60 Broad street 63 Pulls apart 66 Harvest goddess 67 Suit fabric 68 Passion 69 Golf peg 70 Guide 71 Color pros DOWN 1 Shortlived fashion 2 Anger 3 Dog 4 perhaps 5 Sea bird 6 Assimilate 7 Indistinct 8 Hope 9 Approves 10 11 Oily fruit 12 Serious 13 Shorthand 19 Hurried 21 Coolldges nickname 23 Dirt 24barrel 26 Flower 27 Move the foot 30 Modify 31 Onward 33 Cessation 35 Play part 36 river 37 Some Europeans 38 Icy rain 40 Singles 41 Russian river The key roles and responsibil ities of a school board member are Hire and evaluate the super intendent and delegate all admin istrative responsibilities Approve the school budget Establish goals and evalu ate outcomes Adopt and evaluate policies Communicate with the com munity A school board is a govern mental so it can take action only by a majority vote at a legal ly called public The vidual board members responsibility is to evalu after due vote in the best interest of all stu dents at such a A board member who attempts with out authorization to speak for the whole direct members of or make other individual decisions is exceeding his or PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 1993 United Feature Syndicate 44 Go In different directions 47 perhaps 48 Silkworm 50 Mechanical person 51 Run off to marry 52 Entertain 53 Badly 55 Abrasive substance 57 Loch 59 Alum 61 Animal doc 62 Exist 64 Beetle 65 Fathers of
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