New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 21, 1997, Page 2

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October 21, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 21, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 2 Q HergkEZettunq Q Tuesday, October 21,1997 Obituaries Clara Haidamann CLARA HEIDEMANN Clara Daisy Wolfe Wuest Heidemann, age 79, President of Natural Bridge Caverns, died Saturday, Oct. 18, 1997, at Northeast Baptist Hospital in San Antonio. She was born on April 29, 1918, to Hillard and Clara (Oebel) Wolfe in New Kiik New Mexico. She married Hilmar Wuest in 1937 and lived on the family ranch. Hilmar died due to a ranch accident on Sept. 18, 1956. She later married Harry Heidemann on Jan. 21, 1961, who passed away on Oct. 5, 1996. Motivated by her love of nature and the Texas Hill Country, Mrs. Heidemann has been a | pioneer, not only in the development of the Caverns, but in the tourist industry as well. Mrs. Heidemann was the first woman elected as President of the National Caves Association, serving from 1971 to 1973. She had previously served as National Convention Chairman of the N.C.A. and was vice-president of the association for five years before her election as President. The National Caves Association includes representatives from 75 caves and caverns in the United States and Puerto Rico. In 1972, Mrs. Heidemann became a director of the Discover Texas Association and was the first woman to sit on the board. She has served as Director of the Texas-Mexico Good Neighbor Council (Tourism Chapter), the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce, the Community Fund, and held several offices in the Comal County Farm Bureau. Mrs. Heidemann is listed in “Who’s Who in the South and Southwest,” “Who’s Who in America,” “Who’s Who in the World,” “Who’s Who in Finance and Industry,” “Community Leaders in America,” “The International Who’s Who of Women,” and “The World’s Who’s Who of Women.” Mrs. Heidemann has been a valuable contributor to the Texas Tourist Industry. Her commitment to developing the area’s natural resources and promoting the state’s tourism industry was recognized in 1987 when she received the Governor’s Tourist Development Award. This is the highest award given by the Texas Tourism Industry and is presented by the Governor of Texas. Governor Bill Clements presented the award to Mrs. Heidemann for “developing Natural Bridge Caverns and for years of dedication to the Texas Tourist Industry.” She is survived by her children: son, Reginald “Reggie” Wuest & wife, Joye and their two sons, Brad and Travis; daughter, Trudy West Soechting & husband, Raymond and their sons, T. Dudley and Shawn and their wives, Laurie and Tiffany; three great-grandchildren, Alyssa Ashley, Jordan Ellen and T. Dexter Kyle; two sisters: Irene Haines and her husband. Joe of Schertz, Texas, and Johanna Dubensky of Schertz; brother, Jack Wolfe of Alice, Texas, and one sister-in-law, Burmie Wolfe of San Antonio; numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, October 21, at 2:00 P M. at First Protestant Church in New Braunfels with The Rev. Richard Carse officiating. Interment will follow at the Meditation Cemetery on the family’s ranch at Natural Bridge Caverns. Memorial contnbutions may be made to First Protestant Church. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home, New Braunfels ARTURO FIGUEROA Arturo Figueroa, Sr., age 74, of New Braunfels, died Thursday, Oct. 16, 1997, at Kirkwood Manor. He was born Sept. 13, 1923, in New Braunfels to Jesus Figueroa and Del Tina Campos Figueroa. He married Antonia Tristan on Jan. 3, 1949, in New Braunfels. Mr. Figueroa served honorably in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was a member of the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Survivors are his wife, Antonia Figueroa; sons, Arturo Figueroa, Jr., and Jaime Figueroa, both of New Braunfels; daughters, Gloria Saenz and Mary Ann Thayer, both of New Braunfels; sister, Elvira Figueroa of New Braunfels; brothers, Alfredo Figueroa and Abelardo Figueroa, both of Houston, IO grandchildren and four great-grandchildren, plus several nieces and nephews. A rosary was Sunday evening at 7 p.m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home. Funeral mass was celebrated Monday, Oct. 20, at 8 a.m. at the Holy Family Catholic Church with the Rev. Jim Wasser, M.S.F., celebrant. Interment was in the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. in-law, Sandra and Doug Cooper of New Braunfels, Becky McCown of San Antonio; sons and daughter-in-law Dr. John K. McCown and his wife Becky of Aberdeen, Miss., Gary W. McCown of San Antonio; grandsons, John Stephen McCown, Jacob Cooper and Joshua Cooper; sister Norma LoBello, numerous nieces and nephews, and a cousin, Jeanette Green. Funeral services will be conducted at IO a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22,1997, at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel with interment to follow in the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. Visitation began after 8 a.m. Tuesday and continues until 9 p.m. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or to the Boerne Public Library Foundation, 210 N. Main, Boerne, TX 78006.yolkjL^fun fer~ aryeller FUNERAL FUNERAL HOME FLORENCE C. MCCOWN Florence C. McCown, age 72, formerly of Boerne, Texas, died Wednesday, Oct. 15, 1997, in Columbus, Miss. She was bom on Sept IO, 1924, in Waco, Texas, to Sam Cimo and Annie (Gooch) Cimo She married Sam H. McCown on April 5, 1952, in Piedras, Negras, Mexico. Mr. McCown preceded her in death in February of this year. She is survived by her daughters and son FUNERAL HOME JOSE JUAN HERNANDEZ, JR. Jose Juan Hernandez, Jr., age 8 months, of New Braunfels, died Sunday, Oct. 19, 1997, at McKenna Memorial Hospital. Graveside services are 4 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22, at the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park with Msgr. Edward Bily officiating. Visitation begins after 4 p.m. Tuesday and continues until 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Zoeller Funeral Home. LORAMAE PALLONE Loramae Pallone of Canyon Lake passed away Friday, Oct. 17,1997, at Canyon Lake at the age of 88 years. She was born July 22, 1909, at Marion, 111., to Curtis Welbom and Elnora (Absher) Welborn. She married Ernest M. Pallone in 1957 in Chicago, 111. Mrs. Pallone was a^ homemaker. She is survived by her husband, Ernest M. Pallone of Canyon Lake; son John Lecas and wife Cookie of Canyon Lake; grandchildren Jacquline Grandberg and husband Michael, Jim Lecas and wife Patti; four great-grandchildren; nieces Jean Laesch of Canyon Lake, Shirley Coffey and husband Paul of Peoria, 111., Terry Snyder of Peoria, Charlotte Peffer and husband Kenneth of Batavia, IIL, and nephew Arthur Welbom of Houston. Mrs. Pallone was preceded in death by two brothers and erne sister. Memorial service will be 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22, 1997, at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake with the Rev. Mark Simpson officiating. There will be no visitation at the funeral home. Memorials may be given to the American Cancer Society or to the American Heart Association. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home, Canyon Lake' EDWIN R. MUEHL Edwin R. Muehl, age 76, of Marion, died Saturday, Oct. 18, 1997, at Guadalupe Valley Hospital in Seguin. He was bom Sept. 14, 1921, in Guadalupe County to Willie C. Muehl and Annie Haug Muehl. He married Frances Hartmann on Sept. 22, 1948, in Selma. He was a retired metal worker. He is survived by his wife, Frances Hartmann Muehl; son and daughter-in-law, John William and Connie Muehl of Marion, sisters Nora Schroeder and Edna Schroder, both of San Antonio, Adeline Wohlfahrt and her husband Roland of New Braunfels; brothers, Eugene Muehl and his wife, Edna, of San Antonio, Ferdinand Muehl of San Antonio; sister-in-law Frances Muehl of Seguin; grandsons, John David Muehl and Raymond Carl Muehl, both of Marion. A rosary was recited Monday at 7 p.m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral mass was IO a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21, 1997, at the Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church with Msgr. Edward Bily celebrant. Interment followed in the Holy Cross Cemetery in San Antonio. Memorials may be made to the Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church Building Fund or to the charity of one’s choice.Txjk ZSFUN fer WNERAL HOMEJailerZ^FUNERAL FUNERAL HOME Ask us about our Double Your Down Payment Offer Forum I to I iii LI few Brcninfeb I From Page 1 large corporations from relocating to C omal County, members agreed Other discussion included alternatives to a larger convention center, enticing chain hotels to build and provide better lodging, conversion of Ute Lower Colorado River Auth#f*lp~budding and lengthening the legal hours of drinking to 2 a in to invigorate the entertainment industry in New Braunfels and surrounding areas During a separate forum on urban design/main street/historic preservation, members discussed how to get more viable, committed business ventures to relocate in the downtown area, thereby enhancing return on tourist dollars Creating an atmosphere to attract tourists and modeling New Braunfels atter definite themes like the cities of Fredericksburg and Bransen City, Mo., have done, was also discussed “Tbc difference is, Fredericksburg is a destination,” said Connie Worley, a local business owner “We’re between Austin and San Antonio,” which requires small businesses in competition with the outlet malls and large department stores to really "sell their service ” Members of an educa- tion/youtbpopulation forum talked about establishing a 501-C3 foundation to provide local control of funding. The program, which has been successful in other school distncts like nearby Alamo Heights in San Antonio, allows patrons to contribute to no established foundation. These funds can- than Tm appropriated toward whatever the school district decides they should be. and not what the state mandates, according to Dana Gold, vice-chairman. Improving or creating sidewalks along major streets, developing bike trails, casing traffic along Walnut Avenue and emphasizing recycling were other issues discussed in separate forums Participants seemed satisfied about having attended the master plan forum “It was interesting, and there were a lot of ideas,” said Robert Mason. "It's better to start when we're small than to let the growth get out of control ” Another New Braunfels resident said she was glad to have some input “I was really glad to see the city make this available,” said Susan Tolbert I'anebianco, a New Braunfels resident of 25 years "We have some great ideas, but what it really boils down to is ‘what can the city provide?”’ John Dierksen, planning commissioner, said he was pleased with the turnout. “We had some spmted sessions,” said Dierksen "The turnout was good for a Monday night.” Harry Bennett, planning director, agreed “We’re hoping for an equal or better turnout as the process continues and we reform our plans into policies." The next phase of the master plan process will be sending the recommendations gathered in the Monday forum to consultants for analysis. Between Nov. 15 and Dec. 15, each subcommittee will meet again to make recommendations, and those will be sent to consultants once again Eventually, each subcommittee will go before a 10-member steenng committee, the planning commission and ultimately, the city council “It's an 18-month process,” said Bennett The last time New Braunfels approved a master plan for city growth and development was in 1977. when the population of the city was approximately 15,000 Since then, the census has more than doubled Minds From Page 1 cor fields ■ Encourage preservation of existing buildings ■ Improve downtown signage ■ Develop a convention facility D,i finance, capital improvements ■ Seek users of airport to produce revenue ■ Provide transportation, accessibility to residential areas ■ Develop unified thoroughfares Centex Ear* four test value everifdatf! Office Furniture SHOWROOM” ..... 900 South Seguin Avo. (by tho undorpooo) 629-3979 tr> Recently Moved? Getting Married? New Baby? Give us a call! TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE (.ll I HOOKS AV All AHI I WALNUT 6 629-6400 Hi 35 and Walnut Ave. Microsoft battles with Justice Department [ NEW YORK (AIM Ihc latest powerful position in the software installing its Windows 95 operating KISS TMK OIUI.S NEW YORK (AIM — The latest battle between Microsoft Corp. and the Justice Department is about more than Internet browsers Its about Microsoft’s bid to retain its industry dominance and tame the W odd W idc Web The federal agency on Monday accused Microsoft of using its Police Beat ■ New Braunfels Police arrested a 19-year-old New Braunfels man at I a m Sunday in the 600 block of North Business 35 for driving while intoxicated and outstanding warrants. Police said bond was set at S455. ■ New Braunfels Police arrested a 17-year-old New Braunfels man at 1:16 p m Fnday in the 300 block of West San Antonio Street for a warrant of criminal mischief Police said no bond was set ■ New Braunfels Police arrested tn 18-year-old Dalhart man at I am Saturday in the 1500 block of U S. 81 West for driving while intoxicated Police said bond was set at $300 ■ New Braunfels Police arrested a 29-ye*r-old Seguin man at 3:39 a.m. Sunday in the 1000 block of South Seguin Avenue for driving while intoxicated and an outstanding powerful position in the software operations market lo steal customers from a niche it doesn’t dominate: Internet browsers, the programs that lielp computer users find whatever it is they 're looking for The government objects to Microsoft’s requirement that personal computer manufacturers warrant for public intoxication. Police said bond was set at $447. ■ New Braunfels Police arrested a 25-year-old San Antonio woman on Saturday evening in the 1600 block of Spur Street for tratTic warrants and failure to identify as a fugitive from justice Police said bond was set at $725 ■ Comal County Sheriff’s deputies arrested a father and son Saturday at Canyon Lake after an alleged family disturbance. The deputy arrested the son for a C lass C family violence charge and evading arrest The son had bonds totaling $700 and posted bond the same day. The father was arrested for resisting arrest, a $500 bond. He also bonded out the same day ■ Comal County Sheriffs deputies arrested a 20-year-old Canyon Lake man for driving while installing its Windows 95 operating system on their products also install Microsoft’s browser, Internet Explorer. “Microsoft is unlawfully taking advantage of its Windows monopoly to protect and extend that monopoly,’’ Attorney General Janet Reno said “It’s plain wrong.’’ intoxicated at 1:49 a.m. Sunday on Farm to-Market 2673. A 37-ycar old male passenger in the car was arrested for public intoxication Both were taken to the Comal County Jail The driver posted a $500 bond that same day, and the passenger posted a $200 bond the same day ■ A Texas Department of Public Safety trooper arrested a 29-year-old San Antonio man for driving while intoxicated on U S. 281 at 4:43 p m Saturday It was the man’s third DWI offense. He posted a $5,000 bond Sunday. ■ Comal County Sheriffs deputies arrested a 42-year-old Canyon Lake man for possession of marijuana less than 2 ounces at 7:52 a m. Sunday on Farm-to-Market 306. 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