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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 20, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 2 HeraldZeitung Tuesday June Obituaries Sam Sam J Cerqnie of New Braunfels passed away Saturday June at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 81 Mr Ceronie was born in flNew York state on June 3 1914 to Joseph and Mary Spicciate Ceronie He attended Cook Academy and Ohio Northern University Serving in the Armyduring WWII he was j awarded 7 Bronze Stars In 1950 he I married Mary DuBois Ceronie Mr I Ceronie was a retired accountant from i Marathon Oil Co and had lived in lNew Braunfels since 1973 He was a Jife member of BPOE Elks past chap Jain of New Braunfels Elks Lodge a member of the Eagles and the American Legion and also an j avid golfer Mr Ceronie is survived by Mary of New Braunfels daughter Linda Wenick and husband f Harvey of sister Marian Jacuz jizo of two grandchildren Dean j Wenick and Alyson Katz rv A graveside service was held Tues day June 20 1995 at 10 at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery with military honors Memorials may be made to Texas Elks Childrens Ser vices Ottine Texas Texas Today English Barrister Supports Death Row Inmates Claim of Cruel Punishment MIDLAND Texas AP A con victed killers claim that his nearly 18 years on death row amounts to cruel and unusual punishment has been sup ported in federal court by an English barrister Philip Sapsford traveled to Midland to speak Monday on behalf of con demned inmate Clarence Lackey The hearing before District Judge Royal Furgeson was expected to last several days Sapsford who filed a friend of the court brief cited 300 years of British law in chastising the state for its han dling of the case He said that by keeping inmates on death row for many years the United States has forgotten or abandoned its legal heritage English common law the basis for American law states that it is cruel to keep someone on death row for too long he said investigators Blame RTC for Poor Record in Texas WASHINGTON AP Regula tors with the Resolution Trust Corp testified that mismanagement and ineptitude within the agency caused an abysmal record in collecting money from failed Texas The House Banking subcommittee on general oversight and investiga tions heard Monday from current and former regulators at the Dallas office pf the RTC Ff They labeled a 1994 RTC report absolved the agency of major roblems a whitewash Roger Altman the former acting RTC chief who commissioned the report was to testify before the panel today Those speaking Monday including current RTC Dallas staffers who were Issued subpoenas agreed that the fail ure of Washington to coordinate with the field offices was one reason for the failure to recover money from sav ings and loan businesses that collapsed in the 1980s They also said that with only six months left on a sixyear mandate there was little chance of further legal action against those who had defraud ed consumers of billions of dollars Hall to Resign as Chair JWW Trinidad Martinez Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Trinidad Martinez of Denver Colo She died Sunday at her home at the age of 70 Helmuth C Schllchtlng Sr Helmuth C Schlichting of New Braunfels passed away Sunday June 18 1995 at Eden Home at the age of 76 He was born Feb 13 1919 in Guadalupe County Texas to Harry C and Nellie McGee Bode Schlicht ing and married Myrtle Marie Meyer at Friedens United Church of Christ in Geronimo on 25 1943 A lifelong resident of New Braunfels he was a retired farmer and grocer Mr Schlichting was a member of Friedens United Church of Christ since 1934 and was a member of Her mann Sons Albert Kypfer Lodge Survivors include his wife Myrtle Schlichting of New Braunfels three sons Helmuth C Schlichting Jr Navy and wife Janie David man of Environmental Agency AUSTIN AP The chairman of the states environmental agency which has come under fire for its emis sions testing program and been accused of racial discrimination under his tenure will resign next month John Hall said Monday he would leave the threeperson Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission effective July 14 I have worked in government all of my professional said Hall whose sixyear term was due to expire Aug 31 1997 I have had four very productive years here Its been rewarding but its time for me to pur sue some opportunities in the private Hall said he would spend the next four to six weeks determining his options Hall 41 was appointed by former Gov Ann Richards as chairman of the Texas Water Commission in 1991 becoming the first black named to the panel He helped oversee the merging of the Water Commission and Texas Air Control Board into theTNRCC in 1993 Juvenile Justice Bill Allows CommunityBased Alternatives AUSTIN AP A pilot program that would send juveniles before neighbors instead of a judge is a good idea and shows there are many ways to deal with young lawbreakers Gov George W Bush says An Austin neighborhood is consid ering the pilot project that would be allowed under the 1995 Legislatures rewrite of the states juvenile justice laws It recognizes that there are all kinds of ways for communities to come together and to teach our children theyre responsible for their behav Bush said Monday I like it a lot It shows that the bill is beginning to create different alter The concept being considered in Austin is called neighborhood con ference committees Imagine children in trouble being diverted from the traditional juvenile justice system to community neigh borhoods for says Travis Coun ty District Attorney Ronnie Earle Cull Your Local Independent Cruise Specialist for Current Specials and Free CrulseOne Magazine CRUISE SAVINGS up to 5O Off Brochure Rates rales for singles couples or your 1st cruise this year families or groups on cruise lines worldwide Jimmy i Blllla Poison CrulseOne Is your passport to the perfect cruise It In Cidilng Nitlonwldt 2108852156 8005521855 Come see the NEW BANK on Main Plaza Sit At First State Bank were having an Open House June 19th 23rd 10am 3pm Keifixter for daily Door Prize and Irand Prize Wayne Schlichting and wife Elaine and Timothy Allen Schlichting all of New Braunfels a sister Thelda Hoff man of Seguin a brother Floyd Lee Schlichting and wife Pat of Seguin five grandchildren Helmuth III Lennea Anissa Audra and Cerise and numerous nieces and nephews A funeral service will be held Wednesday June at 10 at Friedens United Church of Christ in Oeronimo with the Rev Ardie Kendig officiating Interment will fol low at the Guadalupe Valley Memor ial Park Visitation began at noon on Monday and will continue until 9 Tuesday June 20 Memorial contri butions may be made to Friedens United Church of Christ Doeppenschmldt Funeral Home Mary L Avery Mary L Avery of New Braunfels passed away Sunday June at Eden Home at the age of 83 A funer al service will be held Tuesday June at 2 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels with Rev Hilmar J Flugrath officiating Interment will follow at Comal Ceme For all the Local News read the HeraldMung To subscribe call 6259144 Sebastian Make Up Comal County Sheriffs Posse CIRCUS VALENTINE Friday June 23rd Showtime Comal County Sheriffs Posse Rodeo Arena East aide of South 135 between Solms and Loop 337 Tickets Available At Box Office tery Visitation began at 2 Mon day and will continue until service time onfTuesday Doeppcnschmfdt Funeral Home Raul M Carrillo Raul M Carrillo of New Braun fels passed away Friday May 16 1995 at the age of 55 He was an employee at River Gardens Survivors include his wife Virginia Carrillo of New Braunfels father Cruz Carrillo two daughters Qina Padilla and husband Michael of New Braunfels and Trudy Carrillo of San Diego sons Ray Carrillo and wife Sylvia and George Padilla all of New Braunfels two sisters Lucy Car rillo and Dora Carrillo both of New Braunfels brother Cruz Carrillo Jr of New Braunfels and 6 grandchildren He was preceded in death by Johnny Joe Carrillo and his mother Virginia Services will be held at 1 at 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