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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 8, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 2jO HeraldZeitung g Thursday May Obituaries Olga Elbel Olga Elbel of Spring Branch died Tuesday May 6 1997 at her residence at the age of 98 years She was born May 15 1898 in Washington County Texas to Julius Site and Emma Kastner Sitz She was married Oct 26 1922 in Falls County Texas to Alex Elbel who died Nov 12 1991 She was a housewife and a school teacher and was a member of First Protestant Church She is survived by two sons Roy Elbel and wife Irene of Spring Branch and Oscar Elbel and wife Doris of Pleasanton Texas sister Anna Jahns of Rosebud Texas five grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren Funeral services will be 2 Friday May 9 1997 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels with the Rev Daryl Higgins officiating Burial will be at the BeierleElbel Cemetery on the Beierle Ranch Visitation will begin at 2 Thursday and continue until service time Friday Memorials may be given to Boysville Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Stephanie Marie Cardenas Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Stephanie Marie Cardenas age 10 days old who passed away in San Antonio on May 7 1997 FUNERAL HOME Hilmar R Mielke Hilmar R Mielke of Seguin died May 7 1997 in Seguin at the age of 75 He is survived by wife Lenora Beicker Mielke of Seguin son Sidney Allan Mielke and wife Julie Scott of San Antonio daughter Christine Mielke Crosby of Canyon Lake granddaughters Lauren Marie Mielke of San Antonio and Alicia Suzanne Mielke of San Antonio grandsons Eric Scott Mielke of San Antonio and Neil Crosby of Canyon Lake brother Hilbert Mielke of San Antonio and sister Adelyn Brinkkoeter of New Braunfels He was preceded in death by his parents Henry and Meta Mielke Funeral services will be 10 Friday May 9 1997 at the Goetz Memorial Chapel with the Rev Stan will be in mtne Valley MfimofflffralTunaer the Goetz Funeral Home Visitation will be 10 to 9 Thursday May 8 at Goetz Funeral Home Pallbearers will be Jerald Brinkkoeter Warren Schriewer Lee Roy Hoffman Walter D Scott III James Greco and Joseph E Moore Jr Honorary pallbearers are Harold Neff Otto Jahns Walter D Scott Rennie Glen Beicker Dennie Beicker Lenroe Allen Beicker David Beicker Jeff Beicker Gus Beicker 111 and Roy G Davis Memorials may be given to Emanuels Lutheran Church Goetz Funeral Home Seguin Raul C VHIarreal Sr Mr Raul C Villarrel age 72 of New Braunfels died Tuesday May 6 1997 He was bom Sept 1 f 1924 in Comal County to Timoteo Villarreal and Petra Cantu Villarreal He married Margarita Gonzales on April 18 1946 She preceded him in death in 1992 He retired from Gifford Hill as a screen agitator operator He was a member of the Union Mutua Universal and the American Legion Post 179 He served in the Army for a short period He is survived by a daughter and soninlaw Dora and Jimmy Lagunas Sr of New Braunfels sons and daughtersinlaw Raul G and Rosa Villarreal Ramon G and Susana Villarreal all of New Braunfels brothers Pedro Villarreal of Chicao Jose and Joaquin Viliarreal both of New Braunfels sister Hortencia Trejo of New Braunfels grandchildren Ruby Castilleja Dorinda Aguirre Ryan Villarreal Jeannie Lagunas Jimmy Lagunas Rani Villarreal and Monica Villarreal great grandchildren Jeremy Rumatdo Jr and Ricky Aguirre and Devin Castilleja numerous nieces and nephews He was preceded in death by his brother Sipriano Villarreal sisters Ernestina Martinez and Librada Bustos A rosary will be recited at 7 Thursday May 8 at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel Funeral mass is scheduled for 10 Friday May 9 at the Holy Family Catholic Church with Rev Jim Wasser celebrant Interment will follow in the Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery Pallbearers are Ryan Villarreal Jimmy Lagunas Orlando Castilleja Rumaldo Aguirre Chris Villarreal and Jake Villarreal USDA aids farmers in winter wheat areas By CURT ANDERSON Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON AP Farmers in winter wheat areas can begin preparing land idled in The Conservation Reserve Program for fall planting without losing their government payments The action by Agriculture Secretary Dan Glickman is an alternative to legislation passed by the House last week that would grant winter wheat barley and oats farmers a oneyear CRP extension to allow the land to be readied for planting This is a major victory for our wheat farmers It is a much better way to go and we are very happy with Sen Patty Murray D said Wednesday Farmers who grow winter crops in arid areas of Kansas Texas Oklahoma Colorado Oregon and Washington have been complaining that USDAs decisions on 26 million acres of land offered for CRP would come too late for them to plant this year Now those farmers whose CRP contracts expire Sept 30 can remove grass or tree cover without having to fear loss of income USDA will not reduce their CRP HestonnewNRAVP LOS ANGELES AP Chariton Heston has no problem posing for a few photographs if jt will help get him into some politicians offices Because of my public face 1 can get into any congressman or senators said Heston who was elected first vice president of the National Rifle Association last weekend at the groups convention in Seattle Lotto Texas J million jackpot Mler FUNEFtfL HOME Donna Schultze Funeral arrangements are pending at for Donna ScHultze of Canyon Lake She died Thursday at the Northeast Baptist Hospital in San Antonio at the age of 37 N B New Braunfels g Minor Emergency Open til 9 and Saturdays Hours MondayFriday to Saturday to 6093413 226 N Union HOME Centex LLLSplUS Office Furniture Quick and Affordable 154 S Business IH35 next to Adobe Cafe 6293979 May 10 Flat Reg Price Satin and gloss finishes also on sale PAINT A100 EXTERIOR PAINT AND CLASSIC 99 INTERIOR PAINT 12year warranty OFF 4 DAYS ONLYc Per Gallon Flat Reg Price Satin and semigloss finishes also on solel All SherwinWilliams Brand Wallpaper Books 64 OFF Ceiling papers lining papers and fabrics found in sample books not included Low price guarantee applies lo retail wallpaper sales only Competitors price must be verifiable See store for details SALE PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH MAY 31 1997 ALL SAVINGS ARE OFF REGULAR PRICES The Company Not responsible for typographical or artwork errors SherwinWilliams reserves the right to correct errors at point of purchase TO GET If Only ot your SHERWINWILUAMS Store New Braunfels 364 Landa Street 10 6258558 Universal City 3101 Pat Booker Road 210 rental payments if they have destroyed or will destroy vegetative crop cover on their expiring CRP Glickman told Sen Dick Lugar chairman of the Senate Agriculture Committee in a letter If USDA later accepts the land into CRP the government will pay half the costs of replanting the eover and the land would be idled for another 10 years Lugar led a bipartisan group of senators who pressed for the Agriculture Department to take this step instead of the Housepassed one year extension bill which had drawn a veto threat from President Clinton The Clinton administration contended the bill would prevent millions of acres of more environmentally sensitive land from being enrolled in CRP this year and could jeopardize the nations wheat supply Glickman pledged that all farmers offering land for CRP would be notified by the end of May For farmers whose land is rejected for the CRP program the USDA will provide advice and technical assistance on how to improve their chances of being accepted in another signup expected later this year Latest listings Real Estate in todays in the HeraldZeitung Classified section GkiM 2oei Children are needed to participate in a clinical research study to evaluate an asthma medication Participants must be 412 years of age Suffering from mild to moderate asthma and using asthma medication Able to complete 45 outpatient visits at our facility Receive free studyrelated medical care and compensation up to for your time Central Texas Health Research Attention CD Buyers Stan Cunningham 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