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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 13, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                Paid advertisements DAVENPORT Funeral arrangements are compete at the Zoeller funer al Home for John Forrest Dav age who passed away on lliesday Sep tember at the Brooke Army Medical Center in San Visitation wfll be from 8 until Septem ber at the Zoeller Funeral Services will be TUesday at 2 at the Free dom Fellowship Church in with interment to follow in the Guadalupe Val ley Memorial Zoeller Funeral Home J AMES FOX Funeral arrangements are complete at the Zoeller Funer al Home for James Fox who passed away on September at the Guadalupe Valley Hospital in at the age of 15 Visitation will begin at 3 Sunday at the Zoeller WEATHER CONTINUED FROM Page 1A No damage reported from tornado Firefighters deployed a rescue but couldnt get to him because of fences and in the The reassessed the situa tion and went in with a rope Brinkkoeter We will see lower and lower A second cool front Sunday will produce a few scattered show ers and even lower Pat McDonald Nation al Weather Service The man was He was checked for hypothermia and Brinkkoeter Shortly firefight ers were called to a home on Twin Oaks Drive after it was struck by Electron ic equipment in the home was but there was no fire or Elsewhere in the fire officials reported no signifi cant We had no damage just a whole lot of said Canyon Lake Chief Shawn Rainfall amounts around the lake ranged from 3 to 6 Wherry Baskitball Coach lor Private Listens Call 5127848882 Funeral Home and continue until service time Services will be Monday at 10 at the Zoeller Funeral Services locally will conclude at the Ser vices will continue on Tues day and Wednesday in Spring Zoeller Funeral Home At Spring firefighter Nathan Oxhandler said he stayed at the station until mid night in anticipation of but there were I heard of one tree that went down on Spring Branch Oxhandler At his Oxhandler said he had about inches of McDonald said police and sheriffs deputies put out low water barricades at the regular locations in New Braunfels and Comal Rainfall amounts around the region ranged from inches at the San Marcos air port to inches on the north side of New By Friday rain had stopped in most of the McDonald said today would be partly We will see lower tempera tures and lower A second cool front Sunday morning will produce a few scattered showers and even lower McDon ald Highs today and Sunday are expected to be in the lowto By Monday lows could be in the upper McDonald ROOM REMODELING 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE John Mang 5128422096 Exercise Induced Asthma Frank MD 8306090900 HOW TO CONTACT US HeraldZeitung 707 Lands New TO8130 830 lai 830 6251224 Published on Sunday mornings end weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by ihe New Braunlels HeraldZeuunj USPS 377 707 Lands or Drawer New Cornel Texas 78131 Periodical postage paid by the New Braunfels HetaldZeitung in New Snistrfitltt istss Carrier delivered in Comil and Guadalupe counties Three 3 S One Mail delivery outside Comal County ip Tejm Thiee 13 Sin Mail quuidi Teas toj Situ address u tha New 781311328 problems Subscribers who have not received e news paper by 6 Tuesday through Friday and by 7 Saturday and Sunday can call Staff lirteiory Oivg Editor and Publisher y Managing Editor Advertising Manager 208 Circulation Manager bury Commercial Priming and Syitsmi 6265232 Httttxr Business Manager UM Composing Manager 62SS232 Production Manager Classified cgll 216 Display call 208 we cali w MRKS CONTINUED FROM A parks system and an important economic asset and public Pin It has been neglected for several he Iris was extremely good at holding together the parks Pinto Were looking at a different level of The city hopes to someone with experience at a variety of who will refocus and restructure the department and modernize the parks Pinto Were looking at a how we can Pin tftf fiif the on M heels of the Slimmer season It ait easier time id make this kind of transition considering the function of that Ferguson Neffendorf declined to comfnent for this Charles Pinto New Braiirrfefs fifty Manager Were looking for someone with multiple experience and some broader concepts of LIFE skills special education assistant Tony Camareno students Parks Debbie Supulver and Delaney Rivefs DAVID stuff Camareno is trying to work with the students strengths and work through their LIFE CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Students get help after graduate other students will help her open The skill that she needs the most is what were work ing Camareno The students work a few hours a week at Checks in the Dollar Tree and Hast ings Books doing minor Theres always those little jobs someone just carit get And thats what we can help Camareno said Through the Camareno tries to instill into the students basic workplace like appropriate hygiene and appropri ate Simple things like how to handle breaks and supervi sors can be challenging for these he Our goal is to make them Camareno Some students have trou ble grasping simple tasks but know how to ask for Other students work rap idly and They can get a lot of work done But when theyre they dont ask for more envelopes to work Camareno is trying to work with their strengths and work through their A lot of these kids can be but we have to find that right Camareno He has seen former stu dents succeed and fail in the mainstream They become carryout pet groom ing car custodians and even job Camareno Rivers will graduate this She wants to work at Classy a pet groom ing CISD also has a postgradu ate program designed to help LIFE students find and keep a and find leisure and education oppor They can receive the services until they are The program helps students determine their interests and abilities to function inde said Sue Keoghan transition The ultimate goal is always competitive Minimum purchase of with no down Finance charges will be shown on contract but will be refunded on any length contract if monthly 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