New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 22, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas
2 ■ Heraki-Zeitung ■ Tuesday, Feb. 22,1994
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Canyon Lake.........007.24 ft.
Edwards Aquifer... 626.70, dn. .01 Comal Springs 360, same
Type Count Condition Molds.... 720....moderate
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Solar & lunar data
Sun rises et 7S0 and eete at •£• Moon sets et 4:17 SJH., rises 6:17 p.m. Tueedey.
Commissioners to hear river report
Commissioners will hear a report from Bill West, the new Guadalupe-Bianco River Authority General Manager, at Thursday’s workshop session of Commissioners Court.
On the action agenda, commissioners will hear from Lois Duggan per her request to present relevant statements and documents related to WORD. The agenda also lists the acceptance of letters concerning WORD from Friends for Rivers, OBRA and Guadalupe River Neighborhood Coalition.
• Other items on the agenda Include: !■ Open bids to sell MC-2 Mois
■ Consider easement and design approval for new sewer line through Bleeders Creek and Site 3, Comal River Watershed as requested by New Braunfels Utilities.
■ Authorize grant abstinent for fleet vehicle purchase for the Alamo Area Narcotics Task Force.
■ Authorize consideration to extend contract with Ry-Ron third party administrator to Aug. 31,1994.
■ Public hearing to consider and approve street name assignments for Comal County area.
Imst Q. Voigt
Ernst G. Voigt, of New Braunfels, died ft his home Feb. 20,1994 at the age of 78 years.
He was bom Feb. 27,191 Sin Cranes Mill, Comal County, Texas, to Willie ■id Louim (loach) Voigt He married Agatha Froebch May 9,1936 in New Braunfels.
He was retired from Mission Valley Mills and was a member of Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church.
Funeral service will be IO a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 23, at Saints Peter md Pail Catholic Church, with Msgr. Eugene (^Callaghan officiating. Burial vill follow at Saints Peter and Paul
Vitiation will begin st noon Mon-lay and continue until 8:30 a.m. Wednesday a Docppenachmidt Funer-il Home.
A Romry win be recited * 7 p.m. taeaday m Doeppenschmidt Funeral
He it survived by his wife, Agaha foigt of New Braunfels; daughters Ivy Lou Pnum and husband Billy of lam, Texas, and Janet Tunnell of New Iraunfels; sons Kenneth Voigt and rife Ruth of New Braunfels and /ghat Voigt and wife Peggy of New Iraunfels; brother Egon Voigt of San Antonio; 14 grandchildren and 25 peat-grandchtldren. Doeppenarhmlrtt funeral Home
Billie lay Copeland of Canyon Lake lied at South wen Texas Methodist ■capital in San Antonio Sunday, Feb. 0,1994.
Funeral service will be Thursday, cb. 24,1994 at I put, graveside only t Cranes Mill Cemetery, with Rev. ionian Hightower officiating. Vision will be Wednesday a Doeppen-dmadt Funeral Home a Canyon Lake tm 4 p.m. to 7 pm.
Mamoriate to Hofeiice New Braunite.
Deappmsohmlrtl Funeral Home
Cemetery. Visitation begins after 5 p.m. Tuesday. The procession will depart the funeral home chapel at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday.Joelh
Grace Ruiz Soliz, infant ^aerafOnar sad Erma Ruiz Soliz New Braunfels, was bora Feb 19, 94 and poxed away Feb. 19, ■ 1:20 a. at University Hospital in San
her oven*, she is survived odparena Ezekiel and Car-of New Braunfels and Maria Brackettville, Texas. She is ad by aunfeundea, cousins
ny will be beld Tueedey I 7:30 p.m. * die Zoeller learn Clape! Fuuenl eer-IMwahy rn IO eon. * die af Feneuel Help Catholic bb Rev Jim Bernie oflWa-
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H*aU-2§ltung photo by JOHN HUSETH
New Braunfels Firefighter Lawrence Intrav hoeea down Todd VeeeNs and Shanna Webster at th# Crud Olympics, sponsored by New Braunfels Young Life at the Float Inn Monday night
< Harris Fellows
Three Paul Harris Fellows awards were presented et a meant meeting of the New Braunfels Rotary Club. Each irward signifies the contribution of $1,000 to the Rotary Foundation. The awards were presented to Mrs. Gary Barr (second from left) after her husband, Dr. Gary Barr (left), himself already a Paul Harris Fallow, mads the gift to Rotary Foundation In her name; and to Alice Briones, center; and Gayle Campbell. Making the presentations was New Braunfels Rotary President Kathy Meurln. Of the contribution made on behalf of Me wife, Dr. Barr saki, 'I lust felt that since Rotary Foundation Ie special and my wife Ie special It wee Just appropriate."
Photo by David Sultans
American Heart Association
Eugene "Gene" Pape of New Braunfels died at Eden Home Sunday, Feb. 20,1994 at 10:55 a.m. at the age of 70 yeais.
He was bom Jan. 23, 1924 in San Marcos to William Ernest and Lela (Richards) Pape. He married Dolie Jarisch June 19, 1946 in New Braunfels, where he lived since 1946.
He was a painting contractor for 41 years and gun dealer for IO years. He was a Lutheran and a member of American Legion Post 179. He was a World War II Air Force veteran.
Funeral service will be 2 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 23 at Zoeller Funeral Home with Rev. Ofrdahl officiating. Burial will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park.
He is survived by his wife Dolie Pape of New Braunfels; daughters Debbie Alford of New Braunfels and Carol Voges and husband Nick of Canyon Lake; ton Tinker Pape and wife Maria of Houston; Briers Evelyn Cooper of Aurin and Elma Evans and husband Walter of Lufkin; nine grandchildren: Becky Grift, Kim Grist, Jessica Voges, Jerri Voges, Jennifer Alford, Jennessee Pape, Alison Pape, Brian Pape and Trade Pape He wu preceded in death by a son, Kenneth Pipe.
Memorial! may be made to the National Kidney Foundation of Texas
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Block schedules on agenda for NBISD
The New Braunfels Independent School District board of trustees have a foil plate for Tuesday’s board meeting. Theywill decide whether or not to implement the Accelerated Block Schedule for New Braunfels High School, authorize an addition to Seele Elementary adding four classrooms, hear a report on a plan for an Alternative School for NBISD and discuss NBISD’s participation as a legal entity in support of a grant being applied for by the Alamo Area Narcotics Task Force.
Trustees may take action on participation in the application for the grant which would provide a cooperative effort between agencies in the area to investigate; defect, apprehend and pros-carte individuals involved in narcotics trafficking and narootics-related violent crime and criminal gang activity. The grant would also involve dollars to place a full-time uniformed policeman in one school if the district desires.
Also on the agenda:
■ Review of employment contracts for Administrative and Administrative Support Personnel.
■ Adoption of the 1994-95 School Calendar.
■ Approval of District Personnel Plan for 1994-95.
■ Awarding of bid for cafeteria
roofs on Carl Schurz and Seele campuses
■ Approval of section 504 of the NBISD Handbook regarding the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
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THE ONLY COMAL COUNTY RESIDENT IN THE 207th REPUBLICAN PRIMARY ON MARCH 8th
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AST**JACK ROBISON * REPUBLICAN
for 207th District Judge Comal, Hays, Caldwell
"There are too many frivolous lawsuits, too many dangerous criminals not serving enough time, and not enough sensitivity to victim's rights. Those are key concerns and I intend to do something about them."
★ Policeman - For 5 years he saw the problems first-hand.
★ City Judge (8 years)
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★ Selected as a briefing attorney - Texas Court of Criminal Appeals (highest criminal appellate court in Texas).
THE JUDGE FOR THE 207TH DISTRICT COURT HAS ALWAYS BEEN FROM COMAL COUNTY! I HL’ ONLY OTHER TWO DIST RICT JUDGES SERVING COMAL COUNT Y LIVE IN HAYS AND CALDWELL COUNTIES.
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