New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 22, 2001, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 22, 2001

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 22, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas 1A August 2001 HERALDZEITUNG Page 3A 1A Clay CISD residents in 1999 voted for two baid proposi tions totaling million dollars Bond money would be spent on a new high school iear Canyon Lake and adding three ele mentary schools overall for the Additions bond money would be spmt on technolo gy upgrades and infrastruc ture improvements at oth er district To ensure board account the board also cre ated the oversight commit Swint said he believes the Obituaries board chose not to bring adequate information to the committee on specific items related to the bond such as the recently approved location of a new high school near Canyon Lake and football stadium expansion at Canyon and Smithson Valley high If were not going to get issues brought to the com mittee and do we real ly need to continue Swint Swint said he could not understand why the loca tion of the new high school was never brought before the when last the location of a new Bulverde area elementary school was brought to the The new elementary school was eventually locat ed at 281 and Overland Parkway in Bexar Clay said location should never have been a charge of the rather its duty has always been to oversee the spending of bond Its unfortunate that loca tion got thrown into Its an awful lot our Clay Swint contended the only reason district demographic consultant Arnold Gates rec GULIiEDGE Ruth born parsed away at age She was employed Ijy the gov ernment many She is survived by two sis Brownie Henslee of and Virginia Ledbetter of Texas one aunti Ruth Bookhout of one three nephews and five great nieces and Services will be at 2 at Spark man Funeral Home Burial will be at Capital ial Hill Cemetery in Sparkman Funeral Home PRICHARD Darlene Smith Prichard of Canyon born in San passed away at Canyon at the age of 54 She was the daughter of Howard and Beu lah Bernetta Mickey Ney land Smith of Canyon She is survived by two Bart Wayne Barry and his wife of Flo and Shawn David Barry and his Sabrina of Texas her parents two Bryce and Tyler Barry and one Gary of Canyon She was preceded in death by one Billy Joe The funeral will be held at 10 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake with The Richard VanNatter and Charles Boren Burial will be in Mission Bur ial Park South in San Anto Visitation will be from 6 to 8 Tuesday at Doeppen schmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home RARE Pearl Weidner a life long resident of Comal Coun died at her residence SObirStfe ori in to1 Otto Carl and Meta Rust She gifew up on the Honey Creek which is now the Honey Creek State Nat ural and attended the oneroom Honey Creek She married Emil Mutt Rahe on at the First Protestant He preceded her in death in She was a avid seamstress and medical sec retary in her sons podiatry Her many activities includ ed being a life member of the First Protestant Ladies school Social Bowling life member Mission Valley Bowling NB Conserva tion Societa supporter of Cir cle Arts the Historic Outdoor Art Gallery and Friends the Guadalupe State Creek She is survived by daugh ter LoislRahe Newton and her of New BraunfiJLs son Wayne Rahe of New Braunfels sis Violet Wolfshohl of Mico and GJoria Voges and her of New Braunfels sisterinlaw Lau ra Gass Weidner of San Antonio deceased brothers Claudeand Lee Wei dner grandson Tom Newton and his of New Braunfels grand daughter Ashley Newton Orosco and her of Texas great Bryanna and Brishen Newton of New Braunfels and Abigail Orosco of Texas and numer ous nieces and Special thanks to care givers Hortense Ruth Barbara McClary and Hope Hospice nurse Neda Visitation will begin at 9 Tuesday at the Zoeller Funeral with the fam ily present from 5 to 8 to greet relatives and Services will be at 10 at the First Protestant Church in New with inter ment to follow in the Comal The family has requested that memorial con tributions be given to the First Protestant 172 Coll in New or Hope Hos 611 Walnut in New Zoeller Funeral Home ommended to the board in July that the new high school be located near Lake was because he did not have a He had a narrow way to look at Swint Clay said the board has already heard from interim superintendent Anthony Constanzo and new superintendent Jim Grunert that the plan to build the new high school near the lake will once the district purchases the Were passed that and I want to move forward with the BOCs Clay NBISD seeks members for advisory group New Braunfels Indepen dent School is seek ing new members for the Districtwide Education Improvement The DEIC serves as an advisory group to the dis tricts superintendent and board of the New Braun fels ISO DEIC needs one community representative to serve a twoyear term one business representative to serve a twoyear term and three parent representatives one will serve a oneyear term and two representa tives will serve twoyear Persons interested in being considered for the DEIC should submit their name and a short letter by 14 to NBISD Super intendent Ron 430 Mill New Braun Texas boxes on the Logan She got the children out of the home and went back inside to try to retrieve what could but the whipped by spread she I went after it with a fire but the wind was blowing so I could nt do anything with It went All Logan got out of the home was her sons diaper bag and a set of she Her husband had left the home half an hour before the She called him to tell him what was She said the fire was every Jesse Logan It just blew me I hadnt been gone for half an Montgomery said firefight ers arrived to find the home almost fully in flames and that fire had spread to nearby grass and brush on all sides of the home Bulverde and Spring Branch firefighters were called to provide backup water tankers and Mont gomery Late Comal Coun ty Assistant Fire Marshal Bill Anz was interviewing wit nesses and neighbors and examining How to help Jesse and Jacquelyn Logan lost in the fire that destroyed their home Their clothing needs are Jesse Logan size L 32x32 pants and size 10 Jacquelyn Logan size 5 6 and Logan is an infant boy who weighs 20 and wears size 3 The Logans can be reached at He had not determined a cause at 8 The Logans said they didnt know how the fire Everything they own except for a car and a pair of motor cycles was destroyed in the The car and one of the motorcycles was also dam Jesse Logan acknowledged he and his family would have to start Thaf s he bounc ing his infant son in his This child and his momma are the only things Im wor ried If anything had happened to either of it would have been the end of 1A anesthesiology and emergency would not have to pay out of net work costs as they were under the Blue Cross Welch said Blue Cross has been reluctant to release patient files in order to facil itate the They still operate under but in a self insured thats not the Welch He Our hope is that we can dig as much information as we need to move District business manager David Rastellini said he hopes to resolve pending flicts with Blue Cross as quickly as Rastellini said the new plan will take effect SEGUEV BEAUTY SCHOOL at the New Braunfels Campus Classes Starting Now Financial Aid Available to those who qualify Located At 214 West San Antonio New Texas 8306201301 No Appointment Necessary Customers Always NEW BRAUNFELS HERALDZEITUNG Published on Sunday morn ings and weekday mornings TAiesday through Saturday 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 County in Texas three six one Mail outside Texas six one Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 Tuesday through Friday and by 7 Saturday and Sunday can call 830 625 Postmaster Send address changes to the New Braunfels Drawer New Home is still the best 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