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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 22, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2A New Texas November 1991 Weather Pet of the Week Water Watch Comal cfs same Edwards up Canyon Lake cfs same Canyon Lake cfs down 27 cfs Canyon Lake feet down The State The rcsf the state will partly A snow and blowing snow temperatures advisory has been issued for the condltlons Texas Panhandle where as much as 24 inches of snow is expected There will likely be some snow flurries in the Panhandle on I A cold front moved into the Panhandle early It brought with it much colder gusty winds and the threat of Stammtisch Continued from Pagt 1A have died in the past will be conducted in the spirit of thanks giving and Families of all those who Hospice New Braun fels has served are RSVP by calling Business counseling The business counselor from the University of Texas at San Anto nio will be available at the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Com merce all day 26 to provide free counseling services for anyone needing information or assistance in The service has been available on a monthly basis for the past several and the counselor has worked with about 50 individuals who arc already in business or arc consider ing starting Many areas are including cash flow and For an call the Chamber at Realtors meeting The New BraunfelsCanyon Lake Area Association of Realtors is scheduled to meet for its month ly membership meeting at 25 at Garretts Steakhousc on Interstate 1992 officers will be and an auction will benefit the Office Maintenance Playful pups These two a chow and are both three months old and very These two pup pies and other pets can be adopted for a fee at the New Braunfels Animal 1920 Kuehler The for a female and for a Includes rabies and fouror six way worming and the surgical fee for altering the Shelter hours are 10 to 4 Wed nesday and 10 to 5 Monday and noon to 5 Photo by Bill Ervln Man reported dead after lapse of time steps down president of SAFE Jy LARRY ROWE Stiff Writer The president of Securing a Future Environment and also a leader of a drive to recall the mayor and a city Council member has resigned from both David Wallace announced his res ignation Thursday at a SAFE meeting paying his family had suffered My wife and children stood by me and fought Lafarge for almost a year and a and theres no family in New that suffered much and gave as much as my fam ily did on a continued non The group has worked to stop the plans of the Lafarge Corporation and Hs subsidiary to burn and store hazardous waste at their local cement For the past two Wallace also led an effort to recall Mayor Clin ton Brandt and Council Member Bill Another reason for his resignations was a fear that prominent citizens who opposed his recall actions might use that against SAFE if he remained as Wallace SAFE was so close to winning that I dared not do anything to jeopardize the Paul formerly the vice president of was promoted to president with Wallaces in terms of SAFES point of lace did not want his role in other issues to be any thing that could be a negative for SAFE because SAFES mission has always been very focused on Penningion By ROBERT STEWART Start Writer A New Braunfels man reported his 80yearold father dead on Monday at their home in the 600 block of Cen tral Avenue after he had been dead anywhere from a few days to two officials Manuel Estrada found Conrado dead located partially in his bed in the front bedroom of the said New Braunfels Police Department Officer Anthony Estrada said he found his father on the floor Friday and pulled him par tially onto the Celli Estrada delayed in calling police until friends came to visit and convinced him to do said John Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Har old Kruegcr ordered an autopsy on the body to be performed at the Travis County Medical Examiners Results of the autopsy indicate that the subject may have been dead front five days up to as long as two and a half Kruegcr The cause of death was pulmonary Krueger I really havent in all these years had a case exactly like this where the person who delayed in reporting the death lived in the same He didnt know what to do he was scared when his father CASH FOR eal Estate Mortgages Full or partial First second Closing within 48 Brokers protected and referrals Mortgage Moneytree 15123449821 It Works I American Heart Association Crop MVINQS BONDS JTHE GREAT AMERICAN INVESTMENT Continued from Page 1A Peter The commit ment that we make is primarily to the issue of It is a feeding prog ram that raises money for food and food advocacy programs both here in New Braunfels and around the The SOS food bank is a grocery distribution center that helps families which are certifiedas in Alt workers at thefood bank donate their services through area The 10kilometer walk will begin at the church and will go downtown to Peter and Paul Catholic up Mill to Scguin and back down Union through Landa Park and back to the Brotze Church World Service is a division of the National Council of I think its important to under stand that it is also sponsored by the student councils at Canyon High New Braunfels High School as well as the middle Olsen For more information or a pledge call Olsen at Give the Personalized Gift Beautiful Birthstone Rings Charms Free Engraving 20 Off Friendly Family Jewelei 358 Landa to MUSC 6292781 Obituaries Alvln Lux Services for Alvin of San Antonio are pending at Zoeller Funer Lux died Thursday in San James Bass Services for James of Marion will be 2 Saturday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral with the Bob Tatum Bur ial will follow at Comal a Marion resident since died at McKen na Memorial He was bom March in Valentine to Her man and Ada Mae nee Bricker On he married Lor raine who died in He was a carpenter and home buil der and a member of the Methodist Survivors four Connie McDonald of Jim mie Cohan of Paula Robbins and husband Edsel of and Beverly Dzierzanski and husband Louis of San Antonio a Anthey Brewer and wife Carey Houston and IS 19 greatgrandchildren and one great Visitation will be from 6 Thursday until service time Saturday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Memorials may be given to Alzheim ers Disease 8546 Broad way Suite San Texas Elmlra de Garza Services for Elmira de of New Braunfels will be 2 Saturday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic with the Richard Obemar Burial will follow at Peter and Paul died in New where had lived since She was bom in Sabinag Hidal Nuevo to Jesus and Maria LuUa nee Garza She married Maura Oarza on March 1933 in She a a member of the Senior Citizens Center and a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Survivors include her Mauro Garza of New Braunfels two Mauro Garza of New Braunfels and Alvaro and wife Dora Alicia Garza of New Braunfels a sis Maria Luisa Santos of Mexico two Humbcrto Espinosa of Mexico and Jesus Espinosa five grandchildren and several nieces and A rosary will recited at 7 Fri 22 at the Our Lady of Per petual Help Catholic Memorials may be made to Hos pice New Services for Hilmar of San Marcos will be 2 Satur 23 at the Pennington Chapel in San Marcos with the Jim Burial will follow at the Guadalupe Valley Hillert died in San He was born in New He married his on May He was a member of the Aberdeen Angus Survivors include his wife son and Andrew and Char lene Hillert of Marion and three daughters and Susie and Norman Kueble of Spring Annette and Emery Goss of Spring and Jcanctte and George Vac ekof He is also survived by seven grand children and one Trent and was preceded in death by one Memorials may be made to ones favorite Charles Thurston Norman Services for Charles Thurston of Seguin will be 2 Saturday at the Good News Fellow ship with the Frank Wil loughby Burial will fol low at the San Geronimo Norman died He was a veteran of World War having served in the and was a member of Seguin American Legion Post Survivors include his Edna Norman of Seguin Alexa Norman of Seguin Charly Nor man and wife Pat of Seguin and Lee Norman and wife Melva of Seguin and four Memorials may be sent to the Hos pice of Guadalupe Valley Hospital or to the American Cancer Arrangements are being handled by the Palmer Mortuary in San Weather Temperature 6251511 A Service Brought To You By Omas Haus Restaruant LORDY LORDY Keith Moore is Happy Birthday NOT THE Each year more than teenagers make the fatal mistake of thinking suicide is the only Its Because where there is life there is there are people out there who can If life has become too hard to dont make a mistake you wont live to Talk to someone before suicide becomes your final pre HP BBi Hi H BBPF M HI H   

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