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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 23, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas                                January 2001 HERALDZEITUNG Page 3A MORGAN Michael of passed away on in San He was born in Houston on A memorial mass will be held at Peter and Paul Catholic Church on Wednes at 11 with Monsignor cele Funeral arrangements have been made with Zizik Kearns Funeral Home in San ZizikKearns Funeral Home COOPER Arliss Duane Cooper passed from this life Sunday He was preceded in death by his two Brian and John He is survived by his wife Sami his daughter Teresa Cooper seven grandchildren and five great At his own Arliss is to be A memorial service will be held in his honor at The Church of 1665 HWY 81 Saturday at 11 Memori als and donations may be sent to Hospice New Braun 613 Services entrusted to PUENTE SONS Funeral Chapels 1254 Loop 35 HWY 8M 830 6240500 Family Owned and Operated VELEZ Felix Trejo Velez of New Braunfels died in San Antonio at the age of He worked for Monotech for 25 Velez is survived by his wife Gabriela Velez of New Braun fels daughter Delia Velez Espinoza and her husband of New Braunfels sons Felix Velez and Tam my Guerrero of New Braun fels Vincent Velez and his wife Veronica of New fels grandchildren Shannon and Shawn Gabriel Veronica Guerrero and Von Velez sister Maria Muniz brother Leocadio Velez and his Ercilia sisterinlaw Angie Velez numerous nieces and nephews and sistersinlaw and brothersinlaw from Lul His Juan and Isabel Velez and a Simon preceded him in Visitation began at 2 at Zoeller Funeral A Rosary was recited at 7 Monday at Zoeller Funeral A procession will depart the funeral home at for a 10 Mass at Holy Family Catholic with burial to follow in Peter Paul Catholic FUNERAL HOME TEMPLETON Mary Reeves age of Corpus Texas passed away at her residence at 11 on She was born in in Memorial services are sched uled for 2 at West Heights Baptist Church in Corpus with Steven Lee Memory Gardens Funeral Home in Corpus Christi KRUEGER Clifton Krueger of Blan formerly of San passed away Sun day He was on i acwicirrv Wr vi I at Twin if NellrBlake I Krueger of Blanco daughter Crystal Carrington son Ter ry Krueger and wife of San Antonio stepsons Ken neth Blake and wife Marlene Phillip Blake and wife Gail all of sister Marilyn Brehm and of Bulverde five grandchil dren and one greatgrand He was preceded in Funeral Services Harvey Dedeke Funeral services are sched uled for 3 today at Zoeller Funeral Home with burial to follow in Lone Oak Felix Trejo Velez A procession will depart from Zoeller Funeral Home at today for a 10 Mass at Holy Family Catholic with burial to Mow in Peter Paul Catholic Clifton Krueger Funeral services will be at 11 at Crofts Funeral Home in Mary Reeves Temple ton Memorial services will be at 2 today at West Heights Baptist Church in Corpus with Steven Lee DEDEKE Harvey Dedeke of New Braunfels passed away Sat at McKenna Memorial Hospi tal at the age of Dedeke was born to Goswin Dedeke and Alma Baese Dedeke in Bar He is sur vived by his Aleene Dedeke of New Braunfels son Harland Dedeke of New Braunfels sisterinlaw Eve lyn Bormann and of New Braunfels nephew and godson Roger Bormann of Seguin nieces Audrey Bormann and Bren da Vrana and husband Mark greatnieces Kather ine and Emma Funeral services are sched uled for 3 at the Zoeller Funeral Home Inter ment will follow at Lone Oak Visitation began at 5 Monday and will continue until service time on er FUNERAL HOME death by parents Alfred and Hannie Jonas Clif was associated for many years with the family busi San Antonio Machine Supply He Democrat cosponsor Bush tax cut plan WASHINGTON AP Emboldened by the presi dency of a fellow Republi can and his longtime Phil Gramm confi dently unveiled his priori ties for the upcoming con gressional ranging from President Bushs tax cut plan to a guestworker for Mexican labor Out from under the Clin ton veto Gramm on Monday said a tax cut bill targeting marriage and estate tax relief and cuts in tax rates would be the defining issue of the 107th congressional the Senate Banking Committee chair is cosponsoring Presi dent Bushs 10 year taxcut plan with Zell Gramm predicted more bipartisan support for the I told the president that I was doing that Zell Miller would be cosponsoring Obviously they are happy about having a Democrat vote right out of the given were its a pret ty big Gramm While many Democrats say there is a need for some tax there is stillwide spread opposition to the Bush plans size and com Its much too large and would be bad for the econo Joseph said Sunday on Although Gramm said he would not break up the Bush tax Kay Bailey introduced her own legisla tion Monday to end a tax paid by married Hutchison sponsored simi lar bills during the last ses but they were vetoed by She hoped for quick pas sage of the but Gramm said a tax bill could nt pass until a budget bill is likely sometime in Britain approves cloning measure in ithe Army Air a 32nd Degree Master Mason and a member of Alzafar Shrine of San Anto nio and the Blanco United Methodist Services will be at 11 at Crofts Funeral Home in Crofts Funeral Home in Blanco LONDON AP The of Lords approved a to govern merit regulations Monday that makes Britain the first country to effectively legal ize the creation of cloned human The measure is aimed at allowing research on socalled stem cells the unpro grammed master cells found in early stage embryos that can turn into nearly every cell type in the Like all other embryos used in the clones created under the new regulations would have to be destroyed after 14 and the cre ation of babies by cloning would remain The change passed late Monday after an amendment that would have delayed it was The new regu lations take effect Fertility expert Lord Win who chairs the House of Lords science and tech nology spoke out strongly in favor of embryo There is no doubt that on your my depends whether some people in the near future get the treatment which might save them from disease even he told the The change relaxes the rules that limit medical research on human embryos under the 1990 Human Fer tilization and Embryology which permitted research on donated embryos only for strictly limited pur Regulators will now be allowed to expand the types of research permitted under the Act so that scientists can use embryos to investigate the potential of stem which experts say could rev olutionize offering the possibility of transplants that would prevent or cure scores of School finance changes possible AUSTIN AP The states sharethewealth school finance system needs to be examined and possibly changed after this legislative Acting Bill Ratliff said I think everybody knows that the plan that I authored in 1993 had a shelf said who chaired the Sen ate Education Committee when the socalled Robin Hood plan was House Speaker Pete Laney and Ratliff are discussing appointing an interim com mission after the Legislature adjourns in May to totally dissect the whole public school funding mechanism and see if they can arrive at a substitute by the next ses Ratliff Laney was not available for Rick Perry under stands that some work may need to be done on the states education finance said spokesman Luis He declined to provide Teel chairman of the Senate Education said he likes the idea of a commission study ing the school finance issue between legislative much like the one that was made up of lawmakers and citizens before the 1995 ses It allowed us to look in depth and calmly into an issue without the pressure of an ongoing legislative ses Bivins Lately some wealthy school districts have threatened to file a lawsuit challenging the Robin Hood Many com plain about its provision pre venting school districts from raising taxes for maintenance and operating budgets to over per property val About onefifth of the states school districts are at the The Texas Supreme Court opinion that approved the Robin Hood plan in the first place stated that problems could arise if too many dis tricts tax rates reached essentially making for a stateimposed property Ratliff and Bivins The turmoil over the cur rent funding system isnt sur said Austinbased education finance consultant Lynn The state is increasing standards for public educa tion and and thats creating greater finan cial pressure on the school Moak Regardless of any new legislators need to take Ratliff Changes to the system likely would come in the 2003 leg islative not this Its a twopronged prob One we dont have the money this But we dont have the answer said a Republican senator from Mount The topic is so said In my were going to have to look at ALTERNATIVE COPIER COMPANY up to 70 off on service toner 6295774 Metro 6OE5EBB Attention Diabetic Patients Biomechanical Footwear provides unsurpassed comfort and protection thanks to unique features such as removable Orthotics and BioRocker Medicare pays 80 of the charges and most coinsurance and Medicaid pay the 20 The Leading Provider of 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