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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 11, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas                                February 2001 HERALDZEITUNG Page 3A Cold fish JESSIE From nightcrawlers to those brave enough to stand on the banks of Landas springfed pool were trying just about everything to get fish to bite Saturday The cold air kept some away but organizers expect a big crowd for todays final day of Troutfest from 10 Bush to focus on military WASHINGTON AP Visiting troops and assessing battle President Bush moves out of the capital in the coming week to display concern for troop morale and the effectiveness of combat Calling national security his greatest responsibility as Bush announced he will visit soldiers at Fort meet with mil itary reservists in West Vir ginia and tour the head quarters of the Joint Forces Command in The he said in his weekly radio address is to signal the priority I place on our Our nations ideals inspire the but our nations ships and planes and armies must defend these ideals and sustain our allies and the president He also affirmed that he would not ask Congress for an early or an addon to the current billion Pentagon In his radio Bush said stealth and speed will mat ter more in future military engagements than the size of the force the nation Bush said he will use his visit to Fort Stewart on Mon day to announce meaning ful increases in funding to improve the lives of our men and women in ing the election Bush pledged to add bil lion for military pay ASTHMA RESEARCH Obituaries Mohr Rose Deane Dee Mohr passed away on in New at the age of 47 She is survived by one Marvin Wesley of two Renee Evans and husband John of New and Deana Pfannstiel of Cibo Texas mother Opaline Bennett of Keith Pogue of Cibo Texas Lau ren and Randal Sier ra Wesley and Leana Pfannstiel and two Nancy Young of and Anita Crockett of Visitation will begin at 6 Sunday at the Zoeller Funeral Home and continue until service time on Services will be Monday at 10 at the Zoeller Funeral with interment to follow in the Johns Lutheran Cemetery in The family has requested that memorial contributions be given to the American Cancer Powell Missile defense system moving forward Central Texas Health Research is conducting an asthma study involving an investigational Qualified patients ages 12 to 85 will compensated for their Study laboratory and physician monitoring will be provided at no If you are Call 830 6090900 FUNERAL HOME Taylor Harold Taylor passed away on in New Braunfels at the age ofTQyearsj He is by his wife Marjorie Taylor of New Braunfels two Pat Caldwell and husband Royce of San Antonio and Judi Proctor and husband David of Texas three Kim Mosque da and husband Al of Port Bill Caldwell and wife Becky of San Antonio and Matthew Proctor of Texas and four great Taylor was preceded in death by his first Ann Sykes on April Visitation will begin at 6 Tuesday at the Zoeller Funeral Home and continue until service time The family will greet friends at the funeral home from 6 to 8 Services will be on Wednesday at at the Zoeller Funeral ilnterment will be1 in at the Roselawn Memorial Park at 3 The family has requested that memorial con tributions be given to the Medina Children Home or the American Cancer WASHINGTON AP The Bush administration will consult Russia and China but it will go ahead with deploy ment of a missile defense sys tem if the technology checks Secretary of State Colin Powell At a news conference Fri Powell outlined the administrations stand on an expensive system that crit ics say will not work and will touch off an arms We are going to consult with our allies to hear their he But we are not going to be knocked off the track of moving in this direction as long as the tech nology points us in that direc A national missile defense is banned under the 1972 AntiBallistic Missile treaty between the United States and the Soviet The theory is that being exposed to deadly retaliation deters an aggressor from launching an The administration hopes to persuade Russia to change the treaty to allow a missile defense and it is offering to share defens es with the 1A FUNERAL HOME Lopez Jesus Vargas Lopez of New passed away at Northeast Baptist Hospital in San Antonio at the age of A rosary will be recited at 7 Monday at the Zoeller Funeral Funeral Mass NEW BKAUNPISLS HERALDZEITUNG Published on Sunday morn ings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Saturday by the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung USPS 377880 707 Landa or Drawer New Comal Texas 78131 Periodical postage paid by the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung in New Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties three six one Senior Cit izen Discounts by carrier deliv ery only six one Mail delivery out side Comal County in Texas three six one Mail outside Texas six one Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 Tuesday through Friday and by 7 Saturday and Sunday can call 830 625 is scheduled for 2 Tues day at the Holy Family Catholic Interment will follow in Comal Ceme Public visitation will begin 6 Sunday and will continue until Tues day when the funeral departs in procession to the Toetter HOME the USS com manded by Scott Wad of rose to the sur face without seeing the fish ing A search of square Saturday morning had turned up no sign of surT spokesman for the Coast Were treating this search and rescue case as if theyre out there and were going to find he The nuclearpowered attack submarine USS Greeneville was on a routine oneday training mission Friday after noon when it surfaced under neath the Ehime split ting it open and sinking it within 10 The many soaked in diesel were rescued by two Coast Guard boats that responded to an emergency locator signal acti vated when the boat They were taken to the Coast Guards Sand Island base in Honolulu and several were treated at hos pitals for minor injuries and exposure to the A dozen stayed overnight at a emerging Satur day morning for Having lost they still wore blue jumpsuits issued at the Coast Guard The Ehime Maru left Japan on 10 crew members to fish for swordfish and The two teachers and 13 stu dents on board were from the Uwajima Fisheries High School in the southwestern Japanese state of Secretary of State Colin Powell spoke with Japanese Foreign Minister Yohei Kono Saturday morning to convey his regrets and apologies and the presidents regrets and said David Den a State Department RMT Carol came to us from the Urban Retreat Spa in She has over 30 years experience in pain management and body Call For Your Appointment Today 19RY1M with a new look and feel to your home or Affordable Decorating using what you have to create the look you want without spending a Organization for practicality etcV Professional Consultations for home color scheme selections new or just for a new look Businesses creating a comfortable warm yet professional feel for your customers Businesses Busy Families Single Sn Citizen Let the small DETAILS make all the difference Melissa Cuthbert Terri 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