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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 28, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                LLtwiiofNewBraunfels Sunday 26 1996 at Memorial Moirtal it the Mr Lewtt is survived by his Joe Lewis son Rkhard Alan Lewi and wife Sherry of Austin and granddaughter Jennifer Lewis of Awtm Funeral service will be 10 am Wednesday May at St Paul Lutheran Church New Braunfels with Pastor Charles DeHaven officiating Interment will fellow in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park There will be no vwtatkn Memorials may be made to the Lutheran Hour Ministry or to a chanty of ones choice MOMf Evaleen Boren Chalkley age 90 died at home Friday May after a short illness She was bom August in Caney Kansas and was raised in the Oklahoma Ter ritory Her mother Blanche Boren was the daughter of Chief Charlie Brown of the Osage Nation Evaleen and her twin sister Kathleen are two of the original Osage allottees She attended Van Avon Academy in San Antonio and at the age of 17 eloped with Alfred William Chalkley of San Antonio whose father was from Aus tralia and owned Chalkley Plumbing I were rancWrt in Texas Oklahoma and Kansas but since 1923 have main tained their principal residence in Alamo Heights She is survived by two sons Alfred Boren Chalkley and Chalkley and wire Lmdsey Williams Chalkley all of Canyon Lake Texas a twin sister Kathleen Boren Mullendore of the Cross Bell Ranches of Copan one Katsy Mullendore Mecom of Hous ton Texas four grandchildren Arlene Blanche Chalkley of San Antonio Karen ChalkleyTurcotte and husband John Greg Turcotte of Lake McQueeney Texas Evaleen Blanche Chalkley and Thomas Ernest Chalk ley both of Canyon Lake Texas three grandnieces and a grandnephew four greatgrandnieces She was loved and will be missed by many many friends Memorial service was Tues day at the Mausoleum chapel at Holy Cross Cemetery in San Antonio Texas with the Rev Donald Ofsdahl officiating In lieu of flowers memo rials may be given in her name to Hos pice San Antonio or to St Andrew Lutheran Church in Startzville Texas Arrangements with Porter Loring 1101 McCullough in San Antonio Texas 800 462704 Porter Loring Mortuary San Antonio A Y i Marguerite Reiss age 78 of New Braunfeh died Monday May 27 1996 at McKenna Memorial Hospital She was born Aug 1 1 1917 in San Anto nio to Alfred P Kunz and Edna Epp Kurtz She married William Richard son win preceded her in death in 1975 She was a homemaker and a member of the First Baptist Church Survivors include her sons and daugh tersinlaw Edward and Kathy Richardson James and AIM Richard son all of New Braunfels grancnil dren Eric Stacey and Joey Richard son Scarlett and Jordan Richardson companion Fred Reman and numer ous cousins She was preceded in death by a son Thomas Richardson and a brother Edward Kunz Funeral services will be Wednes day May 29 at 1 at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel With Rev Howard Thrift officiating Interment will follow in the San Fernando Ceme tery formerly Roselawn in San Antonio Texas Visitation begins at 2 Tuesday and continues until service time Memorials may be made to the charity of ones choice Americans pause to remember those who died in service of their coiin South still too dry West still too wet WASHINGTON AP While Texas fanners and ranchers look to Washington for financial relief from a long drought their Oregon counter are looking to the skies and pray ing for a tittle less rain After a decade of unusually tow rain fall so much has fallen in Oregon this spring that die planting of many veg etables has been delayed and the growth of the strawberry crop has been slowed And its been so damp that a bumper crop of wheat could be hurt by moisturedriven diseases If we get into June and die weath er hasnt cleared up we can expect to suffer some crop said Daren Coppock administrator of the Oregon Grains Commission Were starting to hear a little about diseases and high moisture condnions Mttt linger of Cornelius usu ally stats harvesting his strawberries about June 5 but this year he figures it win be June 10 or later ve had so much wet weathegta root he said Our main concern now is fhth rot The Oregon Strawberry Commis sion is predicting a crop of 44 million pounds down from 55 million last year Under normal weather and condi tions Oregons wheat growers were looking forward to possibly their high est yield ever said Homer K Row ley director of the Oregon Agricul tural Statistics Service But some stripe rust has begun appearing on Willamette Valley wheat It isnt serious yet but the same thing could happen in Eastern Oregon if die rain said Tom Winn director of the Oregon Wheat Com mission In Texas growers of cotton grain sorghum com and wheat are suffering from the persistent lack of rain So are cattle producers who already are pay ing high feed prices even as cattle prices are at their lowest level in a decade The drought already has cost Texas growers some billion state Agri culture Commissioner Rick Perry esti mated calling it the secondworst nat ural disaster to hit Texas this century Economic losses to agriculturerelated businesses account for another billion Perry said The Texas Farm Service Agency on the Agriculture Depart financial help for ers whbsV noninsurable crops have been decimated In particular the pro gram could benefit North and West Texas farmers who have suffered loss es in native grass and wheat used for grazing The peanut crop in Southern states is hurting as well from the lack of rain Jerry Adkins director of shipping inspections for the Alabama Depart ment of Agriculture and Industries said many fanners have stopped plant ing because of dry conditions in many areas of the state Of course a peanut seed will wait on rain and it wfll germinate with very little he said But still its so dry that some have stopped planting and said they wont plant another seed until it from 17 percent in to 32 vegetables white Florida growers i stand lose most from the competition USDA says Mexico has increased its competitiveness with new vari eties and nwreeffieient irrigation and has been Hided recently by weather and favorable exchange Texas Today Students Make About Million In Educational invwuiMiiB Fund FORT WORTH Texas AP Many students at Texas Christian Uni versity are investing their time as well as the schools money to learn how to manage a stock portfolio A group of handpicked students works on the Educational Investment Fund yearround deciding if and when to hold stocks and when to fold them The fund was established in 1973 with a donation of Alcon Laborato ries stock worm about given by William C Conner a cofounder of the eyecare company and a chairman of the universitys board of directors The fund was the first in the country to be controlled entirely by students who vote whether to buy sell or hold various stocks Since its inception more man SOp students have managed the furid making about million Each year about is taken from the fund and donated equally to Texas Christian and the Baylor College of Ophthalmology in Houston Patent f DALLAS In a state where the fieiyjalapeoo is an official product Mine Texans even put chiles in beer a picante sauce makers new r has become a burning TJuVcool from the folks a dubbed Operttion Big everything from curry powder to salsa Curriculum Rewrite First in More Than a Decade AUSTIN AP For the first time in more than a decade Texans are tak ing a hard look at what students are expected to know Educators parents curriculum spe cialists and business representatives already have teamed up to compile a first draft of essential knowledge and skills for various subjects Now theyre working on a second draft that incorporates feedback from educators business people and others Beginning in August more Texans will get a chance to comment on the revised draft The key difference from current sub ject requirements is a subtle but impor tant shift in focus Rather than specify ing what educators should teach it will detail what skills students should have said Geoffrey Fletcher associate com missioner for curriculum and assess ment at the Texas Education Agency Insurance Companies Dispute Figure In Double Rounding Lawsuit AUSTIN rounding of insurance premiums cost motorists only onetenth of the million sought by plaintiffs lawyers attor neys representing Texas Fanners Group contend Six South Texas motorists are suing Farmers and subsidiary MidCentury insurance companies and Allstate Insurance Co They contend the com panics overcharged Texans by million over 10 yean through illegal calculations j An analysis by the accounting firm of KPMO Peat Mwwick provided by the insurance companies lawyers shows its clients calculations between 1992 and cost consumers million ft does not address AJlstates double rounding Texas Farmers and MidCentwy ance instructions on how to calculate auto insurance Tom Rogers an attorney for Texas Farmers and MidCentury said Monday Long Dry Spell Brings Out Water Police and Snitches SAN ANTONIO AP The long dry spell is turning residents into whis tle blowers on water wasters Officials say that since May 17 when the city shifted into Phase III of its water conservation plan San Anto nio Water Systems dispatchers have been deluged with more 400 com plaints John Phillips supervisor of field ser vices for the water system said callers who often want to be anonymous usu ally call to report someone is watering too much on the wrong day or at the wrong time Phillips says his 11 investigators patrolling and responding to complaints have been focusing on educating water users about the citys conservation rules Native and Consultation Perenntofct Native Hants Aquatic Hants Antique Roses Vegetate Starts Bob Fitjuimmoni Proprietor Paily hours ftyANASTASIABEfWHOFF Associated Press Writer From the rolling hilts of Arlington National Cemetery to die muddy fields of Bosnia to a smalltown cemetery in Amish country Americans paused to honor those who died for their country In his Memorial Day address Mon day President Clinton paid tribute to those who gave their lives in peace time as well as war He remembered Commerce Secre tary Ron Brown who died in a plane crash while on a mission to Bosnia in April and the 14 people killed in a heli copter crash at Camp Lejeune three weeks ago and Adm Jeremy Boorda who committed suicide this month They are American heroes too and we are all in their he told who gathered under gray skies on the Arlington lawn We know our country is strong and great today because of Thousands of miles away troops in Bosnia enjoyed a day of ham burger and hot dog barbecues At Tuzla Air Base troops gathered to hear a gospel choir sing The Battle Hymn of the Republic and to remember the two soldiers killed in the peacekeeping operation this past year Well remain on the path of peace by successfully deterring said Maj Gen William L Nash comman der of forces in Bosnia At the same time may the sacrifice of our gallant service members always remind us that the American heritage of liber ty remains more precious than Sen Bob Dole the presumed Repub lican presidential candidate was Clifton for a wreathlaying ceremony Today is the day we remember and honor all die brave American kids who gave their lives their limbs their time for their country in defense of liberty MM to Kids 10 under calFREE from Childrens Menu FR02EN SPECIALS Call 6293311 For Pickup Window UP CLOSE PERSONAL ROHRIMMOW MtCMCUl WWII ESI Today Is day and honor all American who try In off liberty and democracy that has mada our a batter i Sen Bob Dote and democracy that has made our world a better said Dole who was gravely wounded in Italy dur ing World WarD While rain and cool temperatures canceled many Memorial Day obser vances thousands came out to remem ber family and friends At a ceremony in Kenosha DDay veteran Chet Eisenhauer said losing World War II buddies hurts more now that it did on the beaches of Normandy Its the friends going daybyday now you miss said Eisenhauer You hear about friends who died through letters with other vets It just makes you realize time is flying For Shirley Hilton a service at Dulaney Valley Memorial Gardens in Timonium was of little comfort Im beyond sympathy said Mrs Hilton 57 I want answers and I want Her husband Airman 1st Class Robert Hilton was lost in the Gulf of Tonkin off Vietnam when I his plane went down three decides ago His body has not been All I want is to put a flower on his grave Its not like Im asking for some dung that doesnt belong to she 1 said But for some the day was one of i closure In Millenburg Ohio Frank D Oak 1km was buried near his home in Amish country more than 52 years after his plane was downed by German fighters The 29yearold pilots P47 Thun derbolt was discovered last year during a check of Dutch waterways Its a fine finish a fine finish It makes the story Gallions brother Ottmar Gallion 78 said after the service Its over Its said Ottmars wife Jean My husband was always so news ung Subscribe Ife A 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