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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - July 9, 2001, Galveston, Texas A4 Till MONDAY JULY 9 2001 GALVESTON COUNTY TEXAS WORLD arty Califi The Associated Press MEXICALI Mexico President Vicente Foxs party which has been snatching up victories in guberna torial races across Mexico since his historic election a year ago appears headed for another win Sunday in Baja California Many in the Pacific coast state that borders California will vote for Foxs National Action Party or PAN not so much for its accomplish ments but because they see no better alternative Tor the poor people theyre all the same so Ill just vote for the PAN because I figure why change said Jose Mayolo a 52yearold fa ther of six who was closing up his tamale stand to go vote in the border city of Tijuana The National Action Party has Vicente Fox held the governorship in Baja Cal ifornia since 1989 when the Pacific coast state became the first in modern history to elect a governor who was not from the former ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party known as the PRI Since then the National Action Party which ended the PRFs 71 year hold on power with Foxs July 2000 victory has invested heavily in paving roads installing water and sewer lines and buying police equipment and patrol cars OBITUARIES But corruption still exists albeit at reduced levels and crime has in creased The state is home to one of Mexicos most violent drug cartels the Arrellano Felix brothers Nothings said Eustolia Davilos a 60yearold mother of five from Tijuana In 12 years the only thing weve seen is in lot of deaths robberies and crime Were in a bad way so Im sticking with the PRL Nevertheless polls have given wide leads for Foxs probusiness party in nearly all the races in Baja in elections California where voters will choose a governor five mayors and more than a dozen state legislators A statewide win could mean the start of 18 years of uninterrupted PAN rule in the sundrenched state Governors serve sixyear terms Two exceptions to the PANs pre dicted sweep could take place in the city of Tecate where polls show the PRI has a good chance of win ning and the border city of Tijuana where populist PRI candidate Jaime Martinez Veloz has won sup port of the poor Mary Lorna Maldonado Mary Lorna Maldonado 41 passed away Friday July 6 2001 at her residence in Churchill Brazoria County Texas Service arrangements are pending under the direc tion of Broadway Funeral Home Galveston Brother Perry Otis GALVESTON Otis James Perry 49 passed away Friday July 6 2001 at a UTMB hospital Funeral arrangements are pending with Wynn Funeral Home Johnnie Leon Conaway TEXAS CITY Johnnie Leon Conaway 51 passed away July 7 2001 in Web ster Texas Arrangements are pending at James Crowder Funeral Home in Dickinson Texas Dorothy J Captain Crear WEST TEXAS CITY Dorothy J Captain Crear 61 departed this life Saturday July 7 2001 at College Park Nursing Home Texas City Arrangements are pending at Augustus Funeral Home 2104 Cedar Drive La Marque 409 9354116 Ella E Carmen TEXAS CITY Ella E Carmen 80 left her earthly home Friday July 6 2001 Homegoing celebration pending with Fields Funeral Home 2702 Ave L Galveston 409 7631631 Mrs Kizze LA MARQUE Mrs Kizze 76 departed this life Wednesday July 4 2001 at Mainland Medical Center Texas City Arrangements are pending with Augustus Fu neral Home Inc 2104 Cedar Drive La Marque 409 935 4116 Florence Mae Franklin GALVESTON Ms Flo rence Mae Franklin passed away Tuesday July 3 2001 at her home at the age of 78 Funeral arrangements are pending at Mainland Funeral Home in La Marque Ford V Barker Funeral services for Ford Vineyard Barker who passed away Wednesday July 4 2001 will be held at 10 today at James Crowder Fu neral Home in La Marque with Pastor Carl E Fitz gerald officiating Burial will be held at Forest Park East League City Texas Paul Marchal Paul Marchal passed away on Friday July 6 2001 after a lengthy illness He was born in Cedar Rapids Iowa on April to Paul and Velma Marchal the first of four children He was a vet eran of World War II serving on Guam part of the Mari anas Islands in the Pacific He and his wife Mary were married on December 1 1946 in Cedar Rapids Paul was a mechanical engineer retired from NASAJSC where he made numerous many contributions to the Gemini Apollo and shuttle programs He designed the tool kits and food trays for the first moon missign A visitation for family and friends will be held on Monday July 9 2001 from 5 to 8 at Forest Park East Funeral Home Funeral ser vices will be held on Tuesday July 10 2001 at 11 in the morning in the chapel of Forest Park East Funeral Home with the Rev Nancy Taylor of First Presbyterian Church in Dickinson offici ating Pallbearers will be family and friends Paul is survived by Mary his wife of nearly 55 years of Dickinson Texas his daughter and soninlaw Kathy and Darrel Barbo of League City his son and daughterlaw Ken and Lois Marchal of Rosharon his daughter Karen Shannahan of Seabrook granddaughter Holly Garrett of Seabrook grandson Chris Shannahan of Seabrook sister and brotherinlaw Norma and Clem Alley of DeKalb Illi nois sister Phyllis Meyer of Cedar Rapids Iowa brother and sisterinlaw Wayne and Betty Marchal of Cedar Rapids Iowa sisterinlaw and brotherinlaw Darlene and Herb Freel of Florida and sisterinlaw Corinne Nelson of California as well as many nieces and nephews in various parts of the country Memorials may be sent to the funeral home or in lieu of flowers donations may be made to Alzheimers Associ ation at 919 North Michigan Avenue Suite 1100 Chicago Illinois 606111676 or to the First Presbyterian Church in Dickinson Texas We will miss your gentle spirit and your sweet smile We love you Forest Park East Funeral Home In Loving Memory of Kristi Yolanda SmithAllen Who passed away 5 years ago today Youre not forgotten dear Nor ever shall you be As long as life and memory last We shall remember thee Sadly missed by Bobby Carol Keith Donna Zbana and other relatives Friends Bertha Barnes GALVESTON Bertha Barnes 49 departed this life on July 4 2001 at a UTMB hospital Galveston Texas Funeral services will be held at 11 on Tuesday July 10 2001 at Mt Olive Baptist Church with the Rev Burkley officiating Burial will follow at Lakeview Cemetery Galveston No Wake She leaves to cherish her memories children Owen Barnes Jr Shawnte of Houston Owen Barnes HI of Galveston daughters Bobbie Jean Barnes Owen Marie Barnes and Sheryl Kinf all of Galveston brothers Milton L Barnes of Houston Mark J Barnes of Galveston Frankie Barnes of El Campo sisters Inez Marie Mitchell Linda K Mitchell and Laverne Barnes all of El Campo four grandchildren Flowers may be sent to the funeral home after Monday morning You may email the family your condo lences at daugus5157 Fields Funeral Home 2702 Ave Galveston 409 7631631 or Augustus Funeral Home 2104 Cedar Drive La Marque 409 9354116 Bernard Michael Broussard GALVESTON Bernard Michael Broussard 77 of Galveston passed away Friday July 6 2001 at a UTMB hospital in Galveston Funeral services will be at 10 Tuesday July 10 at Malloy Son Funeral Home with Deacon John Pistone of ficiating Burial will follow the service at Forest Park Lawndale in Houston The family will receive vis itors after 5 Monday July 9 at Malloy Son Fu neral Home with a rosary being recited at 7 the Rev John N LaBauve officiating Your Local News Source 213400 Founded in 1842 Texas Oldest Newspaper Dedicated to the growth and progress of Galveston and all of Galveston County Published every morning by Galveston Newspapers 8522 Teichman Road Sox 628 Galveston Texas 77553 Second class postage paid at Galveston Texas The Associated Press is exclusively entitled to the use of republication of all the local news of spontaneous origin printed in this newspaper Subscription rates by carrier per month by mail per year anywhere in the continental United States per year outside the United States The Galveston County Daily News wel comes letters tc the editor which should be limited to 150 words Bernard was born 1929 in Galveston and was a member of St Marys Cathedral Basilica and was a Certified Public Accountant He is preceded in death by his wife Madeline and his brothers Ernest Lloyd Charles Collis and Wanier Broussard Survived by nu merous nieces nephews and other family friends Pallbearers will be Loyde Broussard Collis Broussard Howard Broussard Joe Broussard Joe Alessi and Billy Marabella Malloy Son Funeral Home Ysabel B Longueira Santa Fe Texas Ysabel B Longueira 93 passed away July 7 2001 Ysabel was born February in Bay City Texas to Juan and Marselina Balli She was a 41 year resident of Santa Fe Texas a loving wife mother and grandmother A visitation service will be held Tuesday July 10 2001 at James Crowder Funeral Home Dickinson Texas from 9 to 2 Following visitation interment will be at Grace Memorial Park Cemetery in Hitchcock Texas Mrs Longueira was pre ceded in death by her hus band Higinio Tony Longueira Survivors are her daughters Lena Snowden and Carmen Rice and her husband Donald son Conrad Garza and his wife Ellen eight grandchildren six greatgrandchildren and three greatgreatgrandchil dren In lieu of flowers the family requests memorials be made to Shriners Chidrens Hos pital or AMed Hospice of Texas City James Crowder of Dickinson Vlasta Emily Maroul WEST COLUMBIA Vlasta Emily Maroul 83 of West Columbia passed away in Houston on July 7 2001 Services will be held on Tuesday July at 10 at St Cyril Methodius Catholic Church in Damon with burial following at Damon Catholic Cemetery A rosary will be recited on Monday July 9 2001 at 7 at Baker Funeral Home in West Columbia Survivors are her sons Henry Maroul Jr and wife Pamela of Sugarland Eu gene Maroul of Abbott and Jimmy P Maroul and wife Rosemarie of Dickinson a sister Irene Huckaby and husband Ebb of Damon 10 grandchildren 14 great grandchildren and one great greatgrandchild She was a member of St Johns Catholic Church in West Columbia and also a member of the womens Altar Society there She was also a member of SPJST KJZT Pallbearers will be Chris Maroul John Maroul Keith Maroul Matt Maroul Mark Maroul and Steven Maroul Honorary pallbearers are Stacy Morgan and Rena Bar rios Arrangements by Baker Funeral Home West Co lumbia Texas 979 345 3232 Elsie A Lover Funeral services for Elsie A Lover 88 of New Ulm Texas will be held Tuesday July 10 2001 at 3 from St John Lutheran Church in New Ulm with the Rev Bill Mosley officiating Visitation for Mrs Lover will be from 5 to 8 Monday July 9 at Knesek Fu neral Chapel in Belleville She was born in New Ulm Texas but lived in Galveston for 38 years Elsie was a former member of First Lutheran Church in Galve ston and member of St John Lutheran Church Ulm Mrs Lover died Friday evening July 6 2001 in Belleville Texas Survived by two daughters Dorothy and husband Robert Perricone of Sugar Land Charlotte and husband Dr Carey Stratton Hill of Houston brother Roy Karasek and wife Jean of Rosenberg and three grand children Preceded hi death by her husband Frank J Obituaries Obituaries are a paid feature of The Gate ston County Daily News For information about the costs and how to submit an obituary call 6835200 or 409 6836308 The deadline for obituaries is 4 daily during the week and 5 for Pending Notices For Weekends Sat and for Holidays the deadline for both Obituaries and Pending Notices is 12 Noon Obituaries placed by individuals must be completed prior lo submitting to The News Uiey may be hand written or typed and may be faxed einailed or brought kite the Mainland or Garveston at least an hour prior to regular Obituary deadlines for prompt service please call if you are coming in to make sure someone is available to assist you You will need to have some verification of the death and pre payment is required all credit cards are ac cepted Families and funeral homes are urged to en sure that information is accurate and aU names are spelled correctly The Daiy News assumes no responsibility for inaccurate Information provided to us Lover parents two brothers and two sisters Services under the direc tion of Knesek Bros Funeral Chapel 34 North Masonic Bellville 979 8653121 Services Vitek Mass of Christian burial will be held today at for Jerry Vitek at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church 10114 State Hwy 6 in Hitchcock Texas Under the direction of Forest Park Lawndale Funeral Home Barker Funeral services will be held today at 10 for Mr Ford Vineyard Baker at James Growder Funeral Home 401 Texas Avenue in La Marque Texas following burial at Forest Park East Cemetery in League City Texas Sandel Graveside service will be held today at 2 for Luther Charles Sandel at Mainland Memorial Ceme tery in Galveston following burial at cemetery Under the direction of Broadway Fu neral Home Mangogna Funeral service will be held today at for Cecile Catherine Mangogna at the Memorial Room of Broadway Funeral Home Galveston fol lowing burial 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