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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 27, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas HerakJ-Zertung photo by Michael Daman Final pledge Ste. Peter and Pill •choel pteyed host to a flag retirement caramony Friday morning, sponsored by th* Guadalupe Valley American Legion Post 35 and Its LscRes Auxillary. Here students show their respect during the flag raising portion of the ceremony. The ceremony Is uaed to teach the children to respect and care for the United Stales of America and Its flag. Area doctors bring better care home Earl, voting will {end Tuesday By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer Voters have until Tuesday to take advantage of early voting in city and school board elections. The hours for early voting for the New Braunfels City Council and the Comal Independent School District will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday and Tuesday at the Comal County Courthouse Annex in Room 306, 150 N. Seguin St. Early voting locations for CISD will also be at Comal Elementary School, 6720 FM 482; Bulverde Elementary School, 1715 Ammann Road, Bulverde; Bill Brown Elementary School, 20410 Highway 46 West, Spring Branch; and Mountain Valley Elementary School, 1165 Sattler Road, Canyon Lake. Hours at all locations are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Garden Ridge residents will be able to vote at Garden Ridge City Hall, 9357 Schoenthal Road, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday and Tuesday. All three elections will be held on Saturday. By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer Six local physicians have formed an alliance to make sure patients receive the best possible care without having to leave New Braunfels. Dr. Carlos Campos, physician organizer for Central Texas Health Alliance, said managed care systems, such as Secure Horizons, will eventually come to New Braunfels to provide local residents with services. He said local doctors want to be ready for them. “One of the things we wanted to do was bring sort of a coalition of physicians together to better negotiate with other managed care groups,” Campos said. He said CTHA was formed to provide a choice for local residents whet^ they need medical attention and to Maintain quality care. He said being ^ble to negotiate as a group will aflow more services to be offered in New Braunfels, rather than San Antonio. “This way, it will allow those people to stay here in New Braunfels and have a choice for their physician,” he said. CTHA was created in partnership with Primary CareNet of Texas, a San Antonio-based medical services and physician practice management company. Primary CareNet will provide the business infrastructure for the alliance. Jeff Puckett, chief executive officer for Primary CareNet of Texas, said the company pools the services. GII I HOOKS AV All AHI I WALNUT 6 629-6400 IH 35 cinel Walnut Ave. expertise and infrastructure of various physicians to help coordinate negotiations with various Health Maintenance Organizations, Preferred Provider Organizations or managed care companies. He said it is a way of helping local doctors prepare for the changes that will be approaching in the medical field, while also maintaining services. “The goal is really to provide excellent access to primary care services,” Puckett said. The membership of CTHA currently includes Campos, Dr. James Bartay, Dr. Martin Lambert, Dr. Stanley Woodward and Dr. Stanley Hansby. Dr. Charles Smith will join the alliance later this summer. Campos said Seguin and Boerne physicians could be included soon as well. Lotto Toxos Est. $9 million jackpot —TEXAS— LOTTERY Tjappy SO" Birthday RHUDY I SUAI OOI) SUMMY et at u Dig Platters of $5.95 “ CATFISH, CLAMS Sc Includes SHRIMP w/Slaw, Fries 6 oz. Steak/4 Shrimp, & Hushpuppies Potato, Salad $7.75 Children 6 and under eat 1/2 price from Child's Menu air I I Landa Station St! UMM SI, am Mumms H TUESDAY Z JMUKHT THURSDAY SONGWMTBS NIGHT Al Barlow 5 FRIDAY Red/Orange g SATURDAY I HI UVT BfTBTAMNOn 2000 Minds UMtVMGHT SHOALS Volcano PG-13 Fri. MoA-Thua 4:45-700 *15 SqtlU 1:0*4:45- 7:0**I5 [Anaconda PG-13    *75 500-7:15 <75 The Saint hi. Manito Sgt-Sw W/ Val Witmer    4 35-7 OO    17 45-4 351 r PG-13 I    *30    710-9 30^ Grosse ElUtetlbsffS IIWlc Blank s,*730 125 510 *45    73**45 ► Ui.Le Bld LjrJ L,arLu,a» M PG-13 S *»    5:15-770-1:20. tomy & Michelle OO f*° 12:30-2:40 4:504:5**00 We'll go the ocean9e depth© for you at We A) a lot of fishing to pl the best in tasty seafood dtkoMtb,. shrimp, fish, fleeted seafoods creoles, paellas and pastas; all served aith fresh seasonal veritable* variety of delicious salads fresh breads and scrumptious desserts. Only $11.96 per person, cNUren under 12 eat 1/2 price. I t'Ml Iii A ‘.Ll ."I HUI' MIMl Hi ' U! i: FRIDAY night seafood buffet ll IU IO I'M 1051 IU 35 CAST NEW BRAUNFELS, TX 635-6017 PabarianMlage Restaurant auh Pier gar ten Authentic German and American Food A Atmosphere “Entertainment for the Whole Family" Apr ii. Specials Friday Evening 5p.m. - 8 p.m. A Sunday Ii noon - 2 p.m. ROAST HK EF DINNER $5.95 Mi I.. ! I'll I , I, I.. ,1 -OR-Take Outs Welcomed 625-0815 SMOKED SAUSAGE DINNER $5.95 int i (n i ii i ii ii,) s ll I11 s I ll I k I .I ll I Iii ti i '.ilil,.,, , Iv.til- \ I). .II Hie BCA It I EN FVI EK IAIN MEN I Sat 3rd. Jubilee Polha Band (7:30-11:30) Make your Reservations Now for Mother’s Day LOCATED NEXT TO SCHLITTERBAHN RESORT OFFICE BRAUNTEX 625-4411 290 W. San Antonio rn, 8 Headpin a fe MMyi J, Duffel Bag 5 00*00 4: k McHale’Sj. Navy PG Murder at 1600 R LESTER W. JONAS CANDIDATE FOR COMAL I.S.D. SCHOOL BOARD TRUSTEE, DIST. 5 • Life-long resident of Comal I SD • Father of three daughters, Whitney, age 6 in first grade. Joanna, age 18 graduating in 1997, and Kasey, age 21. Husband to Dannette Tucker-Jonas • Pledge of continued service to Comal I SD with proven service from 1968-1983 • Professional Experience: Semi-retired from the Gunter Hotel; New Braunfels Police Department; Constable, Pct. 3; Chief of Security for the Dominion Country Club. With my business, educational and law enforcement experience, I am prepared to utilize this expertise on my day to day involvement with the Comal I SD. • Educational standards and little if no disruption for the children when growth takes place is a top priority. • Creation and implementation of hearty and nutritional meals in all of our schools along with exercise programs for good health • Support and hiring of additional educators and administrators with competitive salaries for longevity and consistency • The children, School Programs, Modern Technology Updates, Keeping our Children educated in Comal County “YOUR VOICE IS YOUR VOTE!” COMMITMENT, ADAPTABILITY, SERVICE & DEPENDABILITY VOTE - SATURDAY MAY 3rd, POSITION 1 ON THE BALLOT BILL BROWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Paid tor by th* Commit!— to Elect Letter W. Jonas. Dwlrtct 5 School Board Truat—, Danntla Tucker-Jonas, Traaaur.f ‘Pete" Looney Obituaries Harold Richard “Pete” Looney Harold Richard “Pete” Looney of New Braunfels died Friday, April 25, 1997 at Colonial Manor Care Center in New Braunfels. Mr. Looney was born on March 16, 1911 in McAlester, Oklahoma to George Matthew Looney and Mamie Gelabert Looney. He married Virginia M. (Dietert) Looney on Nov. 7, 1981 in New Braunfels. He was a resident of New Braunfels since 1978 and a former resident of Tulsa and McAlester, Oklahoma. Mr. Looney was a retired switchman for Katy (MK&T) Railroad, and he loved to play and watch baseball. Survivors include wife Virginia M. Looney, of New Braunfels; son Richard “Dick” Looney and wife Jo of New Braunfels; daughter Janice Fisher and husband Richard of Mesa, AZ; step-son Berry Miller and wife, Jeanie of New Braunfels; granddaughter Terry Godwin and husband Jim of New Ulm, Texas; step-grandchildren Willie Chavis, Amber Miller and Don Miller; and great-grandchildren Kellie Jeffries and Brian Jeffries. Graveside services will be held IO a.m. Monday, April 28, 1997 at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park with the Rev. Rick Bartlett officiating. Visitation will be begin at noon Sunday and continue until 8:30 a.m. Monday. Memorials may be sent to Hospice-New Braunfels. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Emily Jo (Schwaller) Burnett Emily Jo (Schwaller) Burnett of Garden Ridge died Thursday, April 24, 1997 at Brooke Army Medical Center at the age to of 62. She was bom on July ll, 1934 in Nazareth, TX to Joseph William Schwaller and Emily Katherine Schnee Schwaller. She was an office manager and homemaker and a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Selma. She had been employed in the mental health field for a number of years. She was a caring, unselfish and loving mother who always placed the needs of* others before her own. Survivors include sons Roman Burnett and his fiancee, Sylvia Garcia, Tyler Burnett and wife Maggie and Todd Burnett; grandchildren Emily Burnett and Price Burnett; and sisters Byrlea Nussbaum and Karleen Vaughn. A memorial service was held at IO a.m. Saturday, April 26, 1997 at St. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Inurnment followed at Holy Cross Cemetery with Msgr. Raymond Garcia officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be given to: Animal Defense League, 11300 Nacogdoches, San Antonio TX 78217; or Battered Women’s Shelter, San Antonio Texas. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Rain to dwindle later today > that pc Friday and Saturday are expected to slowly end late Sunday night. Daryl Williams, a National Weather Service meteorologist, said thunderstorms will continue today. “Sunday will be a transition day,” Williams said. “It will be cloudy with a threat of showers (60 percent) early and ending late Sunday. A cold front will move in on late Sunday and it will be partly cloudy and cooler Monday and Tuesday.” Luke Lihue \ Yosemite National Park June 8- 13, 1997. $899 pp - dbl occ. Includes: rA air. hotel, attractions Incredible Journeys, Inc. 490-8687 or 1-800-777-5092 A Texas Based Company Rudy Seidel Independent Candidate For City Council District 3 • Keep our springs flowing • Cut unnecessary city spending • Will fight to keep city taxes low • Maintain high quality of municipal services • For controlled growth of our city • Lifelong resident, qualified businessman • Former councilman and mayor Early voting April 14 to April 29, Courthouse Annex Room 306. Election day May 3 at Secle School. Do Your Duty, Vote For Rutty! 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