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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 14, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas                                August 2001 HBRALDZiilTUNG Page 3A Obituaries 1A KIRCHOFF Adolph Dale age of Canyon died Services are at 11 at Andrews Lutheran 7420 FM 2673 in Canyon with the Ray Krae mer Graveside ser vice and burial will take place at in Nordheim Cemetery in LamprechtJannsen Funeral Home BERTMANN Lula Bertmann of New died Sun at McKen na Memorial Hospital in New She was 87 years A rosary was recited at 7 Monday at Doeppen schmidt Funeral Funeral Mass will be held at 1 at Peter and Paul Catholic Edward Bily will Burial will take place at Comal Cemetery in New Send memorials to Peter and Paul Church Building fund or Peter and Paul School Trust Doeppenshmidt Funeral Home rata reimbursement if they put in a main or a Zech Richards told city council the Hunters Creek residents were prepared to file It is clear to me that if the plan doesnt provide infra then these resi dents dont have any other action before Richards The law requires full If youre not going to provide theyll ask a court to protect their Barry the North woods attorney took a similar asking council to do what was morally right and legally When Kendrick said coun cil was not allowed to require NBU to extend water and sewer Bishop reacted with He and Zech sparred over the meaning of the with Bishop reading a statute that read any utility owned by a Zech said that particular statute only applied to cities larger than The motion to pass the first reading of each ordinance split along familiar Council members Stoney Lee Alexander and Sonia Munoz voted in favor of Flume and Wat son opposed All nine ordinances setting annexation for each area must now go through two more The next reading is scheduled for 1A HANN Edna Pearl Gaines Harm of Canyon Lake died Satur at the age of She was a member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the American the DAV and the She is survived by her husband Robert Alli son Hann of Canyon Lake daughters Dolores Seal and her of Robert and Martha Cowart and her hus of Texas son Eugene Alexander and his of Texas eight grandchildren 16 greatgrandchildren two step greatgrandchildren and two greatgreatgrandchil Hann was pre ceded in death by a grand a greatgrandchild and a Vis itation began Monday at Zoeller Funeral Home and will continue until 9 Funeral services will be at 11 at Canyon Lake United Methodist Church with bur ial to follow in Cranes Mill Memorials may be made to the charity of ones Zoeller Funeral Home WALDRIP Margie Ann Waldrip of New Braunfels died Satur at the age of She was a member of the First United Methodist Church of New attended Abilene Christian College and was a retired vet erinary technician and owner of Gruene Sunday Haus guest Waldrip is survived by her Larry Waldrip Mildred Koch Rita and her husband Brent and their daughters Kaitie and Kori Mark Greg Self and his wife Stefanie step Bib Waldrip and his and their chil dren John and Winston Darrell Waldrip David Waldrip and his and their children Pay Chase and Cade sisters Sherry and her hus Albert Brandt Bon nie and her Leroy The family will be present to receive visitors from 5 until 7 at Zoeller Funeral Funeral services will be at 10 at the First United Methodist Church of New Braunfels with burial to follow in Guadalupe Valley Memorial In lieu of memori al contributions can be made to the First United Methodist Day School in New Braun Zoeller Funeral Home would replace the minimum 22credit standard hi about two NBHS students already are required to earn 24 cred its to Students who graduate with the minimum standard usually have difficulty with college curriculum and take remedial courses in their freshman he Nelson also cited Cen sus data as a reason behind TEKS and He said the state grew by 4 million people in the past with about from Mexico and Central and South Those who lack education and skills have difficulty find ing good paying he If we dont want our stan dard of living to we need to make sure young people have what they need to be Nelson with increased business because of the North American Free Trade the state also should emphasize the need for students to learn Span he The work of teachers dur ing the past decade has not gone Nelson A report from the National Center for Education Statis tics ranks Texas fourthand eighthgrade students among the top in the nation in he Howeyer while math scores improved the BacktoSchool Nights COMAL ISO Goodwin Primary Meet the Teacher 3 to 6 Wednesday Rahe Primary Meet the 3 to 5 except for kinder garten kinder teachers set up times to meet individ first grade 6 29 second grand ori 6 30 Comal Elementary to 7 Thursday Frazler Elementary Back to School 6 to 7 Thursday Bulverde Elementary fourth to Thursday third to 7 Thursday Bill Brown Elementary Meet the 9 to Saturday open 11 Mountain Valley Elementary 5 to 7 Thursday Mountain Valley Open the 1 to 3 Friday Back to School 7 Aug 21 Arlon Seay Intermediate Back to School 6 to 7 Thursday open 7 to 8 13 Canyon Intermediate Back to School to Thursday Canyon Middle Open to 18 Smlthson Valley Middle Open 7 6 Spring Branch Middle PTA 11 Open 7 to 8 11 Smlthson Valley High Open to 8 27 Canyon High to be announced NEW BRAUNFELS ISO Memorial Primary Meet 24 Friday Memorial Elementary MeettjheTeacher 56 Friday Lamar Primary Meet the Teacher 34 20 Seele Elementary Meet the Teacher 45 20 PTA meeting and parent information 6 donut holes and 89 21 Carl Schurz Elementary Meet the Teacher 20 and Sympathy for 89 21 PTA meeting and open 7 25 Lone Star Primary Meet the Teacher 20 hot dogs will be served Memorial Intermediate Meet the Teacher 20 first day coffee and donuts from 8 to 9 21 parent 13 OakRun Sixth Grade Center first day 21 open 11 New Braunfels High School open 7 10 parent meeting for online text books in 7 17 Let us help with all your school supply Security Finance We loan from to Call 6296044 or come by 140 in Diabetic Patients jdicare Pays Biomechanical Footwear provides unsurpassed comfort and protection thanks to unique features such as removable Gel Orthotics and BioRocker Medicare pays 80 of the charges and most coinsurance and Medicaid pay the 20 The Leading Provider of Home Health Equipment In Central Texas Professional Medical gap black and Hispanic student test scores Weve got to do better to move kids from regular math to he NEW BRAUNFELS HERALDZEITUNG Published on Sunday morn ings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Tuesday by the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung USPS 377880 707 Landa or Drawer New Comal Texas 78131 Periodical postage paid by the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung in New Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties three six one Senior Cit izen Discounts by carrier deliv ery only six one Mail delivery out side Comal County in Texas three six one Mail outside Texas six one Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 Tuesday through Tues day and by 7 Saturday and Sunday can call 830 625 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