New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 15, 1997, Page 2

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung January 15, 1997

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 15, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 2A n Herald-Zeitung n Wednesday, January 15, 1997 Christian Academy turning 15 By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer T he 1996-97 school year marks the 15th anniversary of the New Braunfels Christian Academy, and on f riday the school will celebrate its beginning Principal Marcia Wall said the school began in 1981 when five local families decided to form a Christian school for their children to attend. A building was rented on Comal Street and in the fall of 1981 classes opened “A lot of Christian schools began in the 80s,” said Wall. “That's kind of a boom time.” Over the years, enrollment in the school grew, and a bigger facility was built on Mission Hills Drive Today there are 315 students attending the school. These student come from New Braunfels, ( anyon Lake, San Marcos, Seguin, Garden Ridge, Cibolo, Schertz, Wimberly and Blanco. “We have 80 different churches represented here," said Wall ‘That’s because we’re an interdenominational and not tied to any one church.” On f riday, the NBC A will celebrate its beginning. Julie Salsman, director of development, said a special chapel service will be held at 8 30 a rn f riday, with Dennis Ciallahcr, pastor of the f reedom fellowship Church presiding. following the service, a new marquee sign will be dedicated in honor of the school’s anniversary. Students will then enjoy birthday cake in their classrooms. "We’d love to have anyone who wants to come,” said Salsman. But as the school celebrates its history, it is already making strides toward its future. Wall said the school will be expanded to include a ninth- and lOth-grade class for the 1997-98 school year. She said eventually, it will be expanded to a full high school. "As the high school grows, we will need further land and we perhaps may have other communities involved,” said Wall. "People in other communities have already said they’re interested in enrolling their children when we expand to include a high school.” Consolidation may come up for vote By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer Comal County Commissioners will once again discuss the issue of consolidation of the county and district attorneys offices Thursday, and County Judge ( arter Casteel said there may be enough votes to approve it this time around. County Attorney Bill Rcimcr ran on a campaign of consolidation and won the November elections District Attorney Dib Waldnp supported the plan, and in November, discussions began. Waldnp came back before the court in December and addressed the Vehicle From Page I preventable if people keep a watch on suspicious people wandering around parking lots and grabbing car-door handles, which should be reported to police or local management, He added that many water recreational businesses even hired extra security to watch over parking lots. commissioners concerns Casteel directed him to bring it back to the court when he felt be had the support he wanted. Casteel said she has not talked with the commissioners about their stance on the issue However, she said, judging by comments made in various court sessions, the consolidation issue could be approved Thursday. "I believe consolidation can pass, and I'm hoping it can pass with a unanimous vote,” said Casteel "I know (a 5-0) vote is important ” lf the court votes to support consolidation, it will have to be approved by the Texas Legislature Casteel said this means the necessary draffs need to be in Austin and on the calendar before I cb 14 However, she said it is her understanding that the local representatives and senators want a 5-0 vote before they will support it. "To them, (a split vote) means my commissioners court is divided and that means the public is probably divided," said Casteel. The court will vote on the consolidation issue I hursday. Casteel said if it is approved, she will ask that the resolution reflect an effective date of Sept I. "I think ifs in our best interest to move forward,” said Casteel, "lf it passes on Thursday, they will probably begin to run the offices as consolidated, so a Sept. I effective date shouldn't be hard.” The court met for a full meeting on Monday, so Thursday’s meeting is a special meeting Consolidation will be discussed during the 9 a rn. meeting. Chicago Bulls forward tops list of worst-dressed women VEHICLE BURGLARIES I Number of reported burglaries I of motor vehicles Braunfels in New 1995 1996 January 32 24 February 17 35 March 17 17 April 25 23 May 22 44 June 33 38 July 39 52 August 31 51 September 18 31 (k tidier 16 28 November 33 28 December 34 13 Total 317 384 I Wit V* ANIM Mi I‘ | Rodman has another a war , I a #*4 ii# trophy case worst iward f< irst-dn LOS A NC iL LES (Al*) Dennis fo(. his essed woman.    -    tnt The cross-dressing basketball bad boy led Mr Blackwell's 37th Annual Worst-Dressed Women List The acid-tongucd Blackwell, who was designing dresses for the rich and famous when he started hts list in I960, skewers celebrities in what he says is an effort to encourage fashion consciousness. '(his year he included a man, Rodman, for the basketball star’s liabit of dressing in drag. "In fishnet and feathers, he’s a unisex wreck,” Blackwell said in unveiling the list I uesday The worst dressed list: I. Dennis Rodman; 2. Glenn ( lose, 3 Lisa fcutfrow; 4 Helen Hunt; 5. Goldie HlMra and Diane Keaton tied; 6. The former Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, 7, Elizabeth Shoe; 8. Drew Barrymore; 9. ( laire Danes; IO. Loo Petty. Obituaries Maedell Johnson Pearson Maedell Johnson Pearson died Monday, Jan. 13, 1997, at Colonial Manor. She was bom Nov. 17, 1908, in West Point, Miss., where she graduated from high school and business college. She married Vohnnic L. Pearson Sr. Aug. 3, 1929, in Oak Grove, La. He preceded her in death Sept 23, 1985, after 56 years of marriage. They moved from Mississippi State University to Roma, Texas, in April 1930, where their two children were bom. They moved to Brownsville, then Laredo where she served as Head of the Draft Board from 1940 to 1947. They moved to New Braunfels November 1969, after retiring from the U.S. Customs Service where she served 28 years as one of the first inspectresses on the Mexican border. Maedell was a 50-year member of the Order of Eastern Star, Laredo Chapter No. 86. She and her husband were charter members of the New Braunfels Christian Church. She has been a member of the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church since 1986. Maedell is survived by her son Vohnnie L. Pearson Jr. and wife Margaret "Mugs” of Grand Junction, Colo. Her daughter Dr. Maggie Pearson, Ed.D. of New Braunfels, four grandchildren, four great* grandchildren, two great-great* grandchildren, one brother, Charles Maxson and wife Dee of Jackson, Miss , three sisters-in-law, many nieces and nephews, and many friends. She was a loving, caring mother and humanitarian. She will be missed. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to Hospice New Braunfels or to a charity of your choice. Graveside services will be held at 2 p m. on Thursday, Jan. 16, 1997, at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park on Highway 46, New Braunfels, Texas, under the auspices of the Order of Eastern Star and Rev. Sonja Dalglish of Hospice New Braunfels. Dotppenschmldl Funeral Home Walter W. Koenig Sr. Walter W. Koenig Sr. of New Braunfels died Monday, Jan. 13. 1997, at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 91 Mr. Koenig was bom May 30, 1905, in Moulton, Texas, to Frank and Ida Louise (Priesmeyer) Koenig. He married bather E. I ranker f4ov. 22, 1930, at Orange Grove, Jew* Mr. Koenig retired from the Celanese Corp. in 1970 and has been a resident of New Braunfels since May of 1990. He was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church here in New Braunfels. Mr. Friday, January 94,141 Alfonz RAMOS farited S Adman** ® M Db* (Dew American Legion Poet 179 410 W. Coll, New Braunfels (Aero**fawn (Im library) *425-0179 F < c U ar 11 Avjiljblu .it th*,* lotion Mil U.S.D A. Select Bone &iactjca'<2 'T/feat OPEN MOH SAT 8:30-6:00 1644 McQueeney Now Braunfels • 210-625-3510 erne*4 Spacial Bood Jaw ists-Jn    ZUt. walla Martial Hama Laal . Boneless 19 lb Rump Roast I7** Market Boneless Ham Pepper or Plain Halves Cube Steak if Cutlets if9 lh Market Made • Pan Sausage Breakfast Sausage Pl "rn »“.’1Mlb! I Miller Lite Fresh • 3 Down Spare Ribs $1 59|b,<^^^Plb PKQ Chuck • Lean Ground Hamburger 59 lb Ytllow Onion Slbs/1 Fresh • Split Chicken Breast g Red, R.C., T up, ARW, Sunkftt 8 pock 12-oi. Koenig is survived by his wife, Esther, of New Braunfels; a daughter Mavis Greif and huaband Jerry of Friendswood; two son*. Rev. Marvin D, Koenig and wife Janet of Bulverde; Rev. Daryl D. Koenig of San Antonio; four aiatcra, Isabella Heinsohn of Floresville, Ida Heinsohn of San Antonio, Anna Baumann and husband Bernard of Floresville, Marian Mueller and husband George of San Antonio; a brother, Henry Earl Koenig of Bay City. He is alto survived by IO grandchildren and nine greatgrandchildren. Mr. Koenig was preceded in death by a son, Walter Jr., a sister Henrietta; six brothers, Emit, Frank Jr., Victor, Leon, Ernest and Arnold, alto two greatgrandchildren. Funeral service will be held at 10:30 a m. on Friday, Jan. 17, 1997, at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Bulverde with burial to be at 3:30 Friday at Cook-Walden Capital Parks Cemetery in Austin. Visitation will begin at Zoeller Funeral Home at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 15. The family will be at Zoeller from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 16, to greet friends and family. Memorials may be made to either St. Paul Lutheran-New Braunfels or St. Paul Lutheran-Bulverde in lieu of flowers. Wednesday at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral mats is scheduled for IO a.m. Thursday, Jan. 16, at the Sit. Peter and Paul Catholic Church with Msgr. Edward Bily celebrant. Interment will follow in the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. Visitation begins after 11 a.m. Wednesday and continues until 9 p.m. Memorials may be made to Saints Peter St Paul Catholic Church Building Fund or to the charity of one’s choice. ybellt /JTfvn 'Cf'.,~x: ’AMW HOMl Klrstle Ann Sebec! Kirstie Ann Scheel of flew Braunfels died Tuesday, Jan. 14, at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 4 month*. She is survived by her mother, Kristy Scheel of New Braunfels; father Phillip Rodriguez of New Braunfels; maternal grandparents Robert and Linda Scheel of New Braunfels; paternal grandparents Jose and Rosa Rodriguez; and her godparents Ray and Carol Detar of Canyon Lake. Graveside services will be IO a.m. Thursday at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park with the Rev. Gordon Hightower officiating. jLsruN, 'funeral homI Milton W. I Jack Milton W. Licck, age 73, of New Braunfels, died Tuesday, Jan. 14, 1997, at the Northeast Baptist Hospital. He was bom Dec. 29,1923. in San Antonio to Otto Lieck and Ottilia Cavanaugh Lieck. He married Mary Lu McKown on April IO, 1948, in San Antonio. He was a World War ll veteran, having served in the U.S. Army. He retired from Southern Pacific Railroad after 43 years of dedicated service. He was a member of the Sta. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, VFW Post 7110 and the Fraternal Order of Eagles. He is survived by hit wife, Mary Lu Lieck; daughter and son-in-law Glenda and Bob Janes of New Braunfels; son and daughter-in-law Alan and Margie Lieck of San Antonio; grandchildren Matt and Clay Janes, Anncke Lieck, Heather McCall and her husband Casey. He was preceded in death by his parents Otto and TUke Lieck. A rosary will be recited al 7 p.m. Teresa Espinoza Teresa Espinoza, age 79, of New Braunfels, died Monday, Jan. 13, 1997, at her residence A rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral mass is scheduled for IO a m. Friday at the Holy Family Catholic Church with Rev. Jim Wasser, M S F., celebrant. Interment to follow in the Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery. Visitation begins after 11 a m. Wednesday and continues until 9:30 a m. Friday when the procession departs the funeral home. Freddie RetztofT Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenachmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels for Freddie RetzlofT, who1 died at McKenna Memorial Hospital on Tuesday, Jan. 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: January 15, 1997

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