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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 29, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas HeraldZeitung O Tuesday August Job skills cited in area survey By SUSAN FLYNTENGLAND Staff Writer Fourth in a series Employees from 92 area businesses returned surveys to the New Braunfels Committee on Higher Education and San Antonio College research team They were split evenly between male and female About 60 percent were Caucasian and about 30 percent were Hispanic A large majority said classes in New Braunfels would help them pursue higher education goals Most about twothirds said evenings would be the best time for classes Cost nearness to home and courses offered were all important factors in deciding to enroll in a course in New Braunfels Employees responded that they would look for help mcstly in financial aid career planning and study skills in that order Most employees had higher education goals that were job related Fortyseven percent would take classes to improve job skills About a third would enroll in high er education classes to get a better job The employees polled had varying academic goals closely split between fouryear degrees earning a cer tificate earning a twoyear degree and achieving or maintaining a license More employees were interested in computer cours es than any other type The next four in order of pop ularity were English math history management and foreign language The numbers interested in college courses and tech courses were fairly even 36 per cent for college and 29 percent for vocational courses Professional development courses were preferred by 23 percent of the employees The employees were asked to prioritize the onthejob training they needed Computer courses came in first with 391 respon dents rating them first or second priority Business or management came in second and communication cours es came in third The New Braunfels Committee for Higher Educa tion and San Antonio College polled area senior citizens to see what they wanted in local higher education options Obituaries FEMALE M4 Figure 70 GENDER RBTAKIC 512 Figure 71 ETHNICITY The majority of respondents said they could better pursue higher education goals if college level courses and other vocational training were offered in New Braunfels Only 44 seniors returned surveys however so their results could not be considered a representative sample The series on the Braunfels Committee on High er Antonio College needs assessment concludes tomorrow with an overview of all the business adds new locations in NB area Advantage RentACar has added three new locations to its regional each in San Marcos New Braunfels and Segum The three locations were all for mer Budget rental offices and bring to 81 theimmberof Advan tage locations nationwide This rounds out our service along the San AntonioAustin cor said Mark Walker chief operating officer of Advantage Advantage acquired the rights to the three locations from Seguin Motor Company ownerof the fbr merBudget franchises Eddie TempKwill manage the three I based in San is the largest inde pendently owned car rental com pany in the Southwest serving the western formore than 30 years with SI locations throughout Texas ColoradpVNew Mexico Arizona Nevada Utah Washing ton and Mexico x Advantage serves the commer cial leisure and replacement rental car markets throughout the South west Marvin Triesch Marvin Triesch resident of Eden Home in New Briunfels passed away Friday Aug 25 1995 at Eden Home at the age of 85 He was born Jan 11 1910 in New Braunfels to Albert and Ida Pen shorn Triesch A former resident of San Antonio he has been a New Braunfels resident for 7 years He was retired from Vogel Belt Manufacturing in San Antonio and was a member and deacon at Baptist Temple in San Antonio During WWII he served in the Army Air Corps brother Edgar Triesch of New Mrs VHbnar Char lotte Triesch of New Braunfels two nieces Frances Ross and husband Merrill of San Antonio and Grace Dreyer and husband Alton of Marion two nephews Kenneth Triesch and wife Betty and Randolph Porky Triesch all of New Braunfels numerous greatand greatgreatnieces and nephews A funeral service will be held Wednesday Aug 30 1995 at 10 at Baptist Temple 901 E Drex el San Antonio with the Rev Mark Newton offi ciating Interment will follow at the Fort Sam Hous ton with full military honors Visitation wilVbe from to 9 on Tues day Aug 29 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Memorial contributions may be made to Baptist Temple or to Eden Home Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Mr Virgil A Schievelbein of Seguin passed away Monday Aug at his residence at the age of 65 Funeral services will be held at 10 Wednesday Aug 30 1995 at the First Baptist Church in Seguin Interment will follow in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park under the direc tion of Goetz Funeral Home Goetz Funeral Home TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Jezebels husband 5 Colorless 9 intermission 13 Break in the action 14 South American animal 16 Basketball great Monroe 17 Minstrel 19 Down in 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