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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 29, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday March HeraldZeitung photos by JOHN HUSETH Storm damage John Cox and Larry Luehlflng above of the Texas Department of Transportation repair a way sign The sign at the Comah Guadalupe County line on Interstate Highway 35 was dam aged In the early Sunday morning storm A roof of a mobile home was blown up against a fence near Clbolo southeast of New Braunfels The high winds and hall that accompanied the storm caused damage throughout the area GOP Dems stake out positions at county conventions BY CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer Republicans and Democrats of Comal County met last Saturday in their county conventions to pass reso lutions and elect delegates for their respective state conventions State Senator Jeff Wentworth spoke to about 100 Republicans at the Comal Senior Citizens Center thanking them for support in the past past primary George Bokorney publicity chair man for the county Republicans said they addressed 21 resolutions Bokor ney said they voted to retain the current health care system and oppose the plan by President Clinton They also voted 17 delegates to the state convention June 1011 in Fort Worth The smaller District 21 convention adopted four resolutions two on health care Democrats met at the commissioners courtroom said Gloria Sasser They elected 19 delegates to the state con vention in Fort Worth June 34 Resolutions passed supporting a uni versal health care plan a Social Secu rity information plan and a call for a balanced budget No endorsement was made in the senate primary runoff between Richard Fisher and Jim Mat tox We like to stay even and not endorse at this Sasser said Obituaries Bobby Jean Darby Bobbie Jean Darby passed away at home at the age of 58 on Saturday March She was of the Baptist faith Bobbie retired from General Tire Rubber Co in 1983 Her survivor are husband of 25 years Steve Darby children Sharon Harrison and husband Mike of Saltier Melodic England and husband Dick of Pasadena grandchil dren Cody Harrison and Amieand Stephen England A memorial service will be held on Tuesday March29 1994 2 at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Sattler Texas Memorials may be sent to the Bear Creek Boys Club at Canyon Lake Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Thelma Jessie Rank Thelma Jessie Rank age 91 of New Braunfels formerly of Seguin died Sunday March 27 New Braunfels Mrs Rank was a member of First Presbyterian Church The Order of Eastern Star Seguin Chapter Nogalis Garden Club New Braunfels Garden Club Eagle Ladies Auxiliary Rebecca Lodge Senior Citizens in New Braunfels AARP Alpine Art League in South Fork also Christian Womens Organization in New Braunfels She was a Past Worthy Matron of the Order of the Eastern Star Seguin Chapter She is survived by her daughter Ruth Beverly Becker of New Braunfels grandchildren Sherri Becker Owen and husband Robin of Georgetown Eric Blair Becker of New Braunfels Christopher Wayne Becker and wife Kerry Garns of Georgetown great grandchildren Ryan L Owen Devin S Owen Trey P Owen brothers K R Simmons of Rockdale and J D Sim mons of Lexington Texas She was preceded in death by her husband Raymond L Rank and one brother Wallace Simmons Funeral services will be held Wednesday March 2 at First Presbyterian Church of Seguin Carl McCauley officiating Intermentwill be at the San Geronimo Cemetery under the auspices of Easter Star Seguin Chapter She will lie in state at Goetz Funeral Home after 4 Monday She will also lie in state one hour before the service at the church Pallbearers will be Eric Blair Becker Christopher Wayne Becker Robin B Owen Randy Simmons Henry Mills HI and David Shamer horn Memorials may be given to First Presbyterian Church of Seguin or the charity of ones choice Goetz Funeral Home Jose Rodriguez Sr Jose Rodriguez age 72 of New Braunfels died Monday March 28 1994 at the St Lukes Hospital in San Antonio He was bom July 9 1921 in Pharr Texas to Ruperto Rodriguez and Martina Garza Rodriguez He mar ried Martina Ramos on April in Kerrville He had been a resident of New Braunfels for the past 18 years He had retired from Gypsum as a truck driver He was a member of the Holy Family Catholic Church and was a W veteran having served in the Army He is survived by his wife Martina Martha R Rodriguez daughter Maria A Rodriguez of Austin sons and daughtersinlaw Jose and Sylvia Rodriguez of Austin Ruperto and Yolanda Rodriguez of Austin Grego rio A and Rebecca S Rodriguez of Genoa Ohio sister Alberta Montalvo of Bakersfield Calif and 12 grand children A rosary will be recited Tuesday evening at 7 at the Zoeller Funer al Home Funeral services are Wednes day at 10 at the Holy Family Catholic Church with interment to fol low in the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery Visitation continues until Wednesday at which time the procession will depart the funeral home Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association Virginia F Gabbard Mrs Virginia F Gabbard age 80 of Ardmore passed away on March She is survived local ly by a son Jim Gabbard and wife Linda and a granddaughter Zoe She is survived by another son Jay and wife Susan of Oklahoma City a sister Mary Nelson of Ardmore two brothers David McCray of Swansboro and Waymon McCray of Owasso Okla Services will be held at the First United Methodist Church in Ardmore on April 1 at 10 Suggested memo rials are Hospice American Cancer Society or National Association for Mediation in Education 205 Hamoshire House Amherst MA Harvey Douglas Funeral Home Ardmore Okla Anita T Blanchard Anita T Blanchard of Victoria age 79 died Saturday March She was bom Jan in New Braun fels She was retired from Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio She was preceded by her husband Louis A Blanchard brother Norman Pfullftian father Oscar Pfullman and mother Gerda Baetge Pfullman Graveside service will be held at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio at 1 with Deacon Robert Galan officiating The family received friends at the funeral home on Monday from 23 Rosewood Funeral Chapels Victoria Lauretta Reviea Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels for Lauretta Reviea who died in New Braunfels on Mon day March at the age of 73 Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home we SPECIAL UNLIMITED TANS FOR A MONTH COME BY THIS WEEK RESERVE YOUR APPT FOR OUR OPENING DAY FRIDAY APRIL 1ST COURTYARD SHOPPING CENTER NEXT TO BEALLS 6080448 VwlW I Cn Jp HWBJWI ION THE VINE NOW Call 6061838 Bring This Ad And t Pound Free CERAMIC TILE SALE Prices Start At I19sq ft 12x12 I N T E RIO R S 943 N Walnut 6253477 Lordy Lordy Linnie is 407 Love Hans Heather Jenny Spring Allergy We need individuals age 12 to 65 with tree or grass allergies for a Spring Allergy Study testing an investigational medication Skin tests physician monitoring and laboratory tests provided at no cost Paid up to Chronic Asthma Sufferers Do you take asthma medication either daily or occasionally If so you may be eligible for an asthma research study All testing is done free of charge and you are compensated up to for your participation Call now Central Texas Health Research 6299036 Todays weather drawing was done by James Downing son of Llndsey Warren Todays weather Tonight partly cloudy and not as cold Low In the low 40s Winds shifting to north and northeast 10 to 15 mph late Wednesday partly cloudy and cooler High In the upper 60s Northeast winds near 15 mph Water watch Canyon Outflow Edwards same Comal dn 17 Pollen count Type Count Condition Molds290light light heavy Pollen Count courtesy of Frank HampelJr MD Central Texas Helth Research Solar lunar data Sun rises at and sets at Tuesday The nrtoon rises at Tuesday Local news Read the HeraldZeitung The Tuesday March 1 HeraldZeitung had 53 local stories and the names of 134 of your neighbors were in the paper Ten New Braunfels residents had their photo in the paper that one day How many days would you have to read another newspaper to get that much 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