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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 31, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 0 0 Tuesday October I Care Hotline a lifeline to Marion students By DAVID DEKUNDER iStaff Writer SalSun U 3 ID PI re SatSun Hrnnfjlp Inrr minimi SatSun GET SHORTY 305 IJOHN TMVOITI QAO NEVER SatS Sow FANTUIEI Go Too FM Only SJ SatSun BRAUNTEX 6254411 290 W San Antonio ALL SHOWS WTERWOHID KEVINCOSTNEKE3 i OIM IUIION DI MoaFri SatSun For those children who go to Marion schools and do not have anybody else to turn to help is only a phone call away The I Care Hotline which is based in Garden Ridge provides help to those teenagers who are sufTering from sex ual emotional and physical abuse The Hotline helps with other issues such as suicide boyfriendgirlfriend rela tionships domestic violence teen preg nancy parental relationships and per sonal relationships Marion Independent School District AtRisk Counselor James Davidson is sold on the I Care Hotline and the ben efits it provides for troubled teens It is an excellent program because it Obituaries Eleuterio Gallegos Sr Eleuterio Gallegos of Rockwall Texas passed away Thursday Oct 27 1995 at the age of 55 He was born Feb 20 1940 to Juan Gallegos and Ninfa Villarreal Gallegos in New Braunfels Texas His mother preceded him in death Nov He graduated from New Braunfels High School in 1959 and graduated from Southwest Texas State University in 1967 He held a in Physics Mr Gallegos was the developer of the night vision equipment used by the military and he was recognized as being in the top 10 in his field of work He is survived by his wife Luisa daughters Maria Guerrero Monica Richardson and Melda Harris one son Eleuterio Gallegos sisters Juanita Rodriguez Christina Solis and Ninfa G Cordero from New Braunfels He was also preceded in death by brother Marcelino Gallegos Sr Nov 10 1993 Funeral services were held at Lyons Funeral Home in Rockwall Lucille Dorothy Bass Carse Lucille Dorothy Bass Carse the mother of First Protestants Churchs copastor Rev Richard A Carse passed away at her sons home in New Braunfels on Sunday Oct 29 1995 of cancer at the age of 76 Mrs Carse the daughter of two German immigrants was a reallife nurse for over 25 years on the night shift at Cleveland Ohios Lakewood Hospital Her hus band Richard M Carse passed away in 1962 After the loss of her husband she went back to school while raising her two sons alone Before her mar riage she was the first secretary in the history of Clevelands Cuyahoga Heights High School In addition to Rev Carse and his wife Arlene Mrs Carse is survived by a son Charles and his wife Janis of Lima Ohio She is also survived by 6 grandchildren all 7 of her brothers and sisters and many nieces and nephews She was a member of West Park United Church of Christ in Cleveland Memorial services will be held there at 1 on Thursday Nov 2 1995 Memorials may be given to Hospice New Braunfels or the First Protestant Church Youth Center Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home GIFT BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 6296400 IH 35 and Walnut Ave Counseling on issues like abuse teen pregnancy available to children deals strictly with the concerns and problems of the Davidson said This hotline was instituted because we saw a need for the students to have The kids know they are never alone if they have a problem and mom and dad are not James Davidson access to it The kids know that they are never alone if they have a problem and Mom andDad are not I Care Hotline employs 15 opera and is in use 24 hours a day 365 days a year The hotline cov ers 23 states and the SchertzCibolo Universal City Independent School District and the Comal Independent School District make use of the hotline vice president of marketing and sales Joel Patterson said We try to be pretty strong on the school Patterson said The I Care Hotline provides strong feed back to kids teachers counselors and parents about the problems confronting teenagers We are different from other hotlines in that we are focused on help ing teenagers 18 and the campuses and do assembl the Davidson said those the reason why the hotline is cessful in Marion The kids are spellbound Davidson sai Patterson said the I Care getting the word out about it by going into a sponsors McDonalds and Big Red Fo can purchase a card which gi a free soda every time they McDonalds The card will the number of the hotline prir go on The I Care Hotline Patterson said es about provides an immediate safety net for those children who need it assemblies are We have youth counselors who are ery sue responsible for helping the kids Patterson said y those For any ongoing treatment we refer the teenagers to other organiza IIodine is tions who can provide the therapy services needed to get over the ip with Davidson said the kids at Marion kids are taking advantage of the hotline them I have had positive feedback from o to any the Davidson said The stu Iso have dents who have talked to me say that ted on it the hotline has helped them resolve their problems they needed answers For those needing help the 1 Care Hotline number is Udo J Penshom Udo J Penshom of New Braunfels passed away Monday Oct at Eden Home at the age of 87 He was born July in New Braunfels to Albert and Louise Grosgebauer Pen shom and married Lillian Schleicher His wife preceded him in death on Jan He was also preceded in death by a sister Lillian Penshorn of New Braunfels and a brother Max Pen shom of Converse Mr Penshorn was retired from work with New Braunfels Utilities He was a member of First Protestant United Church of Christ and a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles and the Solms Bowling Club He was also a former member of the vol unteer fire department Survivors include a son Gary Pen shorn and his wife Brenda of New Braunfels a beloved niece Virginia Wall Greenwood her husband Pey ton and their children Ross and Lori all of Rainsville and numerous nieces and nephews A funeral service will be held Wednesday Nov 1 1995 at at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with interment following at Comal Cemetery The Rev Robert Bergthold will officiate the service Visitation will begin Tuesday Oct 31 1995 at 1 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home and continue until ser vice time on Wednesday M smorials may be given to Eden Home or to the First Protestant United ChWch of Christ Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Vemon O Bobby Th may be made to Hospice of South Texas ele Mr Vernon O Bobby Thiele a lifetime resident of Yoakurr Texas passed away Wednesday in Yoakum at the age of 77 A funeral service officiated by Rev Hsrbert C Beyer was held SaturdayJ Oct 28 1995 at 2 at the Buffington Funer al Home Chapel with interment follow ing in Oak Grove Cemetery Memorials Lordy Lordy Happy Birlitkday Love you Terry Mom Dad Sat Oct 28 9 pm T Painted Pony Rock n Roll Jam Oct 31 Monty Guitar Tyler Rock Blues Suprises for best costume 6293311 for info 1 come 1rt served 48 Books to choose from Rhoads Interiors 943 N Walnut Ave 6253477 INSURED 2 year term 3 year term 5 year term Minimum 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