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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 4, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas □ HerafcJ-Zertung Q Tuesday, June 4,1996 Luby*s Manager Marti Lahmann (MI), proaanls Mary Dean ~    «    ULJ. RKnra \ IWW Draumm regn School) and Dabtoit Gtaaacock (Canyon Ugh School) wRh a $1,000 donation for fta two I    schools’    meant    Project (VLfHLK I SS? rp.oyr ' VokA'Wk.V 0"t'Tl\OU*SlriJ I Ll I/)*' f receives $2.5 minion (grant to expand tech program DZIUK SIM Writer | Hie technology program in the New Braunfels Independent School Dgtnct received a boort wife the wmrwmrjeinert IIM NBISD was one of only five districts to receive an I The Texas Education Agency awarded $12 million in I leclaiotogy implementation giants to start and expand pio-grana focusing on staff development, integration of technology into the cuniculum, and/or Unary media services. NBISD was awarded 1249,993, just $7 short of the maximum grant amount. Superintendent Charles Bradberry said he though* prc-vious technology gnats the daniel received would make the district's prospects for receiving a grant harder. However, he mid, quality gnu! writing and a quality ousting program worked in their favor. MAnytime (TEA) can be sure the money is going to be used in a quality way it locks good for the state,” he said. *They can {Betty weH ensue tins is going to be a quality program because of the work we’ve already done.’* The money will be used to expand ifae current technology program to die secondary level. It will fund staff development and jpfegp-feinn awin die iJ«Mnnnm and Marcy medm services at OakRun, New Braunfels Mkkfle School, and New Bmuntfs High School Bfeadbeny said fids wfl expand the program to cover kindergarten through the 12th grade. "We icaly arc miring a concerted effort to move fcramd on our technology inaegparion at a fiat pace," said Bsadbeny. He said initially, 28 teachers will recehfc extenrive training. Those teachers will then tnin others. He said the grant is renewable, and he would tike to ace the district cxattmac getting it as long as possible “lf it is renewable, we would Boc to make it a four-year program,” he said. “TIk awarding ofthese technology panto lo New Braunfels ISP places the district in an enviable krckrriap posiboo in the state. The students of New Braunfels ane among the first to receive this land of technology instruction.” Marion to absorb garbage fee increase By DAVI) DBCUNDER - A* l|ILl|nr staff writer MARION — An increase in the garbage fee will be absorbed by the City of Marion, not by its citizens. The Marion Qty Council voted 6-0 on Monday night to let the city absorb the $1 increase fcr twice-weddy pickup during the summer months. The fownril    ptdng increase on to consumers, but Councilman Felix Arambula opposed that move. Aianobub attggDoted to Mayor Glean Ibid he look into the recycling needs fcrttedty and ny revenues from that could offitet cons incurred from sum-ttaw taafe nickun. “I intent! #us week to send a survey to O/Umm asking them if they would be waling to participate in any recycling program,” Hild said. “We could use recycling money to offset it (summer trash pickup).” Councilman Clarence Jackson motioned for the city to absorb the $ I increase, and Arambula seconded the morion. City Secretary Maggie Harding sad it costs the city an estimated $325 to $340 per month (June, July, August) for twice-weekly garbage pickup last Texas Today TUmId Ovar jfistorical Object Breda With Map's Return Ta tiotittfon HOUSTON (AP) — A 160-year-old Houston map, missing for eight years, is back rn the hands of its right-ftil owners. “k is finally over,” said Roberta Harris, attorney for Houston Title Co., which owns the relic. “The map is back home where it is supposed to be —bock home in Houston.” John Foil, a former Houston Title employee, sued nationally-known (.It I ti< )( (KS XX XII MU I WALNUT 6 629-6400 111 aud Walnut Ave The council approved by a vote of 5-1 to authorize Hild to sign the Texas Community Development Program contract wife Ford Engineering, Inc. of San Antonio for the construction of the city's new waler trensmieaioB tine. —Ii VQICC qh tract. “I have no confidence in Ford Engi- antiquities dealer W. Graham Ander 111 over ownership of the map. Deering and previous projects have proved tint,” Arambula said. In other business: ■ council opted to appoint Councilwoman Mary Gagne as mayor protein for a one-year term. ■ council voted to continue negori-arions for an officer to replace Anthony W. Slaughter ■ council approved changes in the Marion Pobce Department personnel manual. ■ Jackson had a suggestion that the old post office building next to city hall now be used for a community youth activity center. “It would give youth somewhere to RI especially in the summer moflfes,”( Jackson wald. “I think it would be a1 wpe rnche... we could make it into af multiple community affairs building.” Obituaries ■uby I. Kttlnr Ruby E. Keller of New Braunfels died Monday, June 3,1996, at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 75 yeas. She was bom March 28,1921, in ««    »    • «    «    —». ..    - -    A ■»    U__. neaencxstxig, texas, to Anour Hansen md Anoa (Hahne) linen. She reamed Erwin Keller Aug. 19,1941, in Freder- • ■ «    t«---------.»■— •    »    —    * KSMkig ncprocoM ncrwoeam i to. 21,1995. A New Bnufeb reddest for 44 years, fee was a retired waitress and cook. She had waked at the Y Cafe, the Gas industry on rebound By CMP BROWN Associated Press Writer AUSTIN (AP) — After a bruising decade, the future is looking brighter for natural gas, Gov. George W. Bush says. Now, he wants to make sure the federal government doesn't do anything to change his optimism. Bush, in a Monday speech to the Texas Independent Producers and Royally Ownere Association, praised ofl and gm produces fcr “surviving IO of the toughest years any industry has ever gone through.” Binh, a former oil and gas producer m Midbnd, said he would fight to keep the federal government from setting regulations that would slow the growth of natural gas. Texas is the country's leading producer and consumer of die dean-bum-ing fuel. He said policies set in the fate 1970s and early 1980s, such as die Fuel Use Act and Natural Gas Pricing Act, “desttoyed the natural gas business” in favor of coal producers. Hungry Hobo and Pat's Place. She was a member ofthc Batman church. She is survived by two daughters, Mary Jane Avery of New Braunfels and Patsy Hamey of Seguin, Texas; four sons, Jerry Keller of New Braunfels, Daniel Keller of Amarillo, Texas, Victor Keller of New Braunfels and Billy Keller of San Antonio, Texas; one sister, Harriet Erach of Fredericksburg; one brother, Milton Hansen of Fredericksburg; 14 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be 10:30 am Thursday, June 6,1996, at Doeppeo-schrnidt Funeral Home with die Rev. Hairy W. Engeling officiating. Burial will be at the Comal Cemetery. Violation win begin at 2 pm Tuesday it Docppenschmidt Funeral Home and win cortinue unti service time Thursday. Memorial may be given to Colonial Manor Care Center. 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On Sunday, June 16th the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung will be publishing a Wedding Guide. This year we would like to include stories from our readers about their weddings. Category I "You've been married how long?" If you have been married more than 40 years, we want to know your secret to a successful marriage. Tell us what made it last! Category 2 "He proposed to you how?" lf your sweetheart popped the question in an unusual, funny or very romantic way, call and tell us about it. Category 3 "Did that really happen on your honeymoon?" We are looking for a funny honeymoon experience to share with our readers. Category 4 "You said your I Do's where?" Were you married in an unusual place or under unusual circumstances? Tell us about it. Category 5 "Wedding Bloopers" If it was funny, we sure would like to hear about it! Please call 625-9144 and ask for the newsroom. Calls accepted between 1-5 p.m. only, thru Thursday, June 6th. 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