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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 15, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Recruiting new industry to New Braunfels is goal EDC Mo racruitnitt contract ft r 3ti1 1 Vi w s for to whkh die from its funded by cham V We felt for the dollar wfllbeforwirdedtothedtycoun more out of the chambers pro Hull said business loans were getting tnaritheom The consulting fees were more than most EDCsawwalrev lawyers in New The money fat die contract comes from por of the revenues from the halfcent sales tax increase which is projected to collect about annually Jonathan Hull an EDC said the The chamber already has a SHOOO contract itU jJujLilieia diitieii to chambers prrytnal was a better deal than we with the Ecotnnnc Development Corporation to nKcnurocr Houston up develop marketing and recruitment services That orgnwfefiomtne contract expires June 30 Im very pleased by the confidence the cor poration bond hat shown chamber presi demMWiael Meek the experience and track record but more telling is our ability to leverage funds into the Ithe existing contract which approved by the EDC in January and signed iii February was sought without issuing a request for proposals During the EDOs consideration of the contract the city attorney ncotntiended an RFP process but the EDC felt that in the inWrwt of time it needed to go ahead with a omtrtct that would end before the next fiscal year in June The fivemember EDC was appointed by the city council in October of last year Emilie L Lange age 87 Braunfels died at Eden Home Tues day May 14 Services are ThtW day at at Zoeller Funeral Home with burial in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Will lie m state from to 9 Wednesday Memorials to St Paul Lutheran Church in Verde Amngemerits are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Mortey Brinkerhofr of Schertz He died at his residence Tuesday at the age of 61 StSt Texas Today ItotatiVMSary Dr Seaborn saved from a frozen oh Mount Everest by a daring TJter rescue could lose all or part balds to frostbite relatives and Weathers 50 is scheduled to return RatlifT said as opposed to the basic skills freshman exam mat college stu dents pass by the end of meir sophomore year to take upper level courses Recuperating at a Katmandu Weathers has instructions that he not be dis told The ie newspaper reported V citing unidentified friends Weathers hands Castration SAN ANTONIO ed child molester Larry Don McQuay who has said castration is the only assurance he wont molest again apparently has rejected a doctors rec ommendation of months of chemical castration McQuay rejected a treatment plan mended by Dr Michael Sarosdy KiW been damaged soi badly by fiost btethaihe has no feeling in them Dallas pathologist who was plucked off the mountain Monday in mission was severely frostbitten a raging blizzard suddenly swept the worlds highest peak during his were killed by cold in t js being called die worst disaster strike the peak since it in 1953 students I have to pass a more rigorous taking junioror senibr r a Senate panel rec OTrimerKlation mats meant to judge We Would for me first time be able assess pbr whether or not they are passing fstudents at me freshman arid sopho more level who are not capable of a rising junior Senate Committee Chairman Bill Ratliff RMount Pleasant said Tues head of urology at the University of Texas Health Science Center said Diaime Clements president of Justice for All The Houstonbased advoca cy group has been working with McQuay toward his desire for castra tion The long and short of it is Mr McQuay does not choose to do chem ical Ms Clements said Mr McQuay is still adamant in his request to be surgically McQuay apparently was unhappy with a Sarosdys recommendation of eight months of chemical castration with the drug Lupron Depot before he would be evaluated for surgery unidentified sources told the San Anto nioExpress News cm Tuesday The nationally normed rising is part of a com Education Coordinating Board be required to create a way to measure higher education institutions perfor recommendation will go to Ac Legislature which meets in Janu ary for consideration i Under the recommendation the on exams to enter graduate Native Designs and Consultation Herbs Native Plants Plants Antique Roses Soils Rark Mulch Bob Fitzsimmons Proprietor 6089160 Daily hours MF 85 Sat 85 Sun 125 Und New Braunfeli to Austin 658 Lanrfa Street New Braunfels A risbg junior measure Kether students are prepared for course work NOW OPEN reustcdi Coffee Haus Ramon O lasni Sr Ramon O Saenz Sr of New Braun fels died Monday May 13 1996 in San Antonio at the age of 76 He was bom April 15 1920 in New BraunfeM to Quirino Saenz and Soila Gongora Saenz He married Maria Gohzalei who survives him He was a member of the Holy Family Catholic Church and had worked for the City of New Braunfels before retiring V He is survived by his beloved wife Maria G Saenz sons and daughtersin law Raymon and Rachel Saenz Jr of New Braunfels Joseph and Elaine Saenz of Kissimmee daughters and sonsinlaw Alice and Joe Frausto of Comfort Texas Judy and Tom pont of San Antonio two sisters 13 grandchildren and 15 dren A rosary will be recited Wednes day at 7 at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel Funeral mass is sched uled for noon Thursday at the Holy Family Catholic Church with Rev Stanley Soria celebrant Interment to follow in the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery Visitation contin ues until am Thursday when the procession departs the funeral UttLHOMC Bemtto MartiiMz Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Benito Martinez of New Braunfels He died at his resi dence Wednesday at the age of 72 Now is the time for Spring Stocking of Hybrid Bluegill Florida Hybrid Bass Channel Catfish Fathead Minnows and Triploid Grass Carp The Hybiid Bluegill can REACH the weight of 2Vjto3 Ibs We furnish your Hauling Containers We gurantee live delivery SuppliesTurtle Traps Fish Traps Liquid Fertilizer and Spawning Mats Delivery will be Thhursday May at the times listed for the following towns and locations jsjgw BiaunfelsProducers Coop 6252381 89 Coop 3791750 121 ilr Ask about our grass carp special v i To Place Call Toll Free Or Contact Your Cocal Feed Dealer consultant available Discounts and Frt Delivery are available on larger orders Gift available Box 85 Fittstown OK 74842 DUNNS1 DOCTORS CLINIC E HOURS Momlim Sulurchis NewBraunlels San Marcos Antonio Houston Gonzales patients minor emergencies and walkins accepted EDWARD BALLI JAMES D BEDELL 908 E Court St in Seguin Please call for an appointment for you day and night1 Seauin St I Cancun Rest Granzm s Meat Miirke OPEN MONFRI SAT 1644 McQueoney New Braunfels 2106253510 Boneless pp Selct y j Marinated Chicken Thigh Meat Marinated Split Chicken Breast Boneless Catfish Filets Boneless Pork Cutlets Lettuce 690 head 790 Ib Cantalope 690 each Fresh Strawberries pt Chicken Fried Steak Hires Orange Crush 3 Liter Hormel Smoked Breast Fat Free 12 Pack 2 Pan Breakfast Sausage Frozen Cut and Wrap Beef
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