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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 1, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                Obituaries Saturday February 1 2003 HERALDZEITUNG Page 3A UCtNSKt William Marshall Ucinski 74 of New Braunfels passed away Wednesday Jan 29 2003 at McKenna Memorial Hospital Visitation will be conducted Sunday from 6 to 9 at Zoeller Funeral Home A graveside service will be con ducted at Monday at Fort Sam Houston Nation al Cemetery in San Antonio Arrangements are under the direction of Zoeller Funeral Home Satellites spot activity at nuke plant RODRIGUEZ Nicolas Rodriguez 69 of New Braunfels passed away Friday Jan 31 2003 at Northeast Methodist Hospi tal in San Antonio Visitation will be conducted Monday from 10 to 9 at Zoeller Funeral Home with a rosary to be recited at 7 A procession will depart the funeral home at Tuesday for a 10 Mass at Holy Family Catholic Church Interment will follow at Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery Arrangements are under the direction of Zoeller Funeral Home 1A that arise from rapid growth and development in counties along the San Antonio Austin corridor It means therell be a voice that can talk from experience about why coun ties need to have some authority over land Casteel said The County Affairs Com mittee oversees the organi zation and operation of coun ties and establishes county election districts It also reg ulates regional councils of governments contacts between counties and the Commission on Jail Stan dards The House Committee on Rules and Regulations deals with procedures It oversees the rules and procedures put in place by the House of Representatives It also oversees all resolutions to congratulate memorialize or to name mascots of the house 1A My attorney and Mr Mayo Galindo counsel to the ethics commission say it has major she said Patrick made the com plaint against Flume in ear ly December because he said he believed she acted improperly when she voted Oct 28 to delay action on Federal Emergency Man agement Agency flood recov ery maps She abstained in other votes pertaining to the maps and testified Friday evening that she wasnt sure even whether they had been adopted In the hearing Smithers attacked the complaint It is our contention it was groundless filed in bad faith and was intended to harass Mrs he said It would be a great trav esty for her to have to spend money in a quasijudicial proceeding about what Mr Patrick thinks should be the Smithers said Patrick expressed disap pointment afterward It was about like I thought I was the one on tri he said Of course Im disappoint ed I certainly wish we could have had all seven members of the commission present for the hearing I believe thats a change that should be looked Patrick said The awarding of legal fees to Flume he said would have an effect on the process Obviously it tells people Dont file an ethics com Even if you bring it forth in good faith and you believe its valid you could be the next person who gets assessed a bill for Patrick said Theres a difference between bringing something in bad faith and believing you were right but being found he said 1A The girls parents were both involved in FFA and Lisa was also involved in 4 H when they were younger They showed cattle lambs and steers Theyve grown up around Lisa said The girls friends and cousins show also All it took was one trip to see their cousins show in San and that was Lisa said Laura Beth agreed The first time we saw a livestock show we were real ly Laura Beth said Ive liked it ever She said she loves showing animals more than any thing You name it and Ive probably done Laura Beth said of her many extracurricular activities I like this the best because the whole family can do Laura Beths parents like her involvement in agricul ture for many reasons I think they get a lot of responsibility in a fun Lisa said Theyre learning by We do it Laura Beth said Its like our busi ness Its like our Lisa said every year the girls do more for themselves from feeding to selecting the animals they buy Still raising animals requires parental involvement Its a family Craig said Everyones Craig also likes what his daughters get out of agricul ture Even though they dont he said theyre learning about business They are learning about eco He said they also learn sportsmanship and social skills Isnt that a lot to learn at 9 years old he said Laura Beth and Jana might not know what they are getting out of raising ani mals but they are looking forward to showing this year They will show at the Austin San Antonio and Comal County shows this year Next year the girls will go to the Houston show for the first time 1A commissioner Jan Kennady said she hoped needed work in Horseshoe Falls is empha sized in the new contract I toured Horseshoe Falls Estates and they still have some serious she said Moore said efforts had been redoubled to locate owners of subdivision prop erty some of whom live out of state and he was confident progress was being made We now have releases from all but three property he said County Judge Danny Scheel said his office would stay on top of the cleanup issue We realize its been nine months since the flood and thats a long Scheel said But we ask people to bear with us because this all takes time If you see crews go by and theres still stuff in the trees after they leave WASHINGTON AP Heightened activity detected by spy satellites around a North Korean nuclear plant has American intelligence ana lysts in disagreement Is the reclusive communist govern ment rushing to produce nuclear weapons or ing Throughout January Amer ican spy satellites have detect ed covered trucks apparently taking on cargo at the nuclear storage facility at Yongbyon where spent nuclear fuel rods are stored officials said Friday on condition of anonymity When processed enough plutonium could be extracted from the rods to make four or five nuclear weapons The nuclear watchdog has said there are rods White House spokesman Ari Fleischer would not comment on the intelligence but warned Pyongyang North Koreas cap ital against taking another provocative step that further isolates North Korea from the international Immersed in planning for a possible war against Iraq the Bush administration has played down Korean develop ments of recent months even as North Korea continued to ratchet up the tension There is a broadening con sensus in the administration that the reclusive communist regime is moving quickly down the path toward devel oping nuclear weapons one senior defense official said At the same time another said that because North Koreans know theyre being watched Pyongyang is also suspected of maneuvering to force Amer icans to the bargaining table The fact that theyve done this in broad daylight as it were suggests to me that this is part of the brinksmanship with the United said Kurt Campbell an Asia spe cialist at the Center for Strate gic and International Studies and a policy adviser at the Pentagon during the Clinton administration 1 think theyre playing with he said Even though the administration has feigned nonchalance the reality is that tampering with plutonium that could be shipped or smug gled is extraordinarily serious and I would argue crosses a very clear and bright red Officials say they dont real ly know what North Korea is up to at the longshuttered plant which is north of Pyongyang It is possible that the trucks moving there over recent weeks are loading spent fuel rods either to be stored else where or in preparation for processing one official said More people have been working at the complex including grading roads signs that the regime in Pyongyang is resuming operations The activity is not particu larly unexpected since the Koreans withdrew from a global antinuclear pact and said they would restart the reactor at Yongbyon to gener ate electricity But restarting it would be another ominous step in a cri sis that has been escalating since October Under President Clinton the United States drew up plans to bomb Yongbyon in 1994 That crisis was defused with an energy deal under which Pyongyang agreed to mothball the facility in return for oil shipments and con struction of less threatening nuclear power plants by a con sortium of the United States Japan and South Korea Scientists closer to growing humancompatible organs OMAHA Neb AP Sci entists say they successfully grafted a pigs heart to a sheep by manipulating the immune systems of both ani mals a step that may soon allow scientists to grow organs for human transplan tation Other scientists conduct ing similar crossspecies experiments said the Nebras ka results are limited because the livestock are genetically similar More research into the biochem istry of tissue rejection is needed before human tests could take place they cau tioned The main practical limi tation is that the immunity barrier between the sheep and the pig is probably lower than that between a pig and a said Dr Jeffrey Platt a transplant biologist at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minn It would not shock me to find out it didnt have that big an impact on a Platt said Details of the experiment conducted on 13 pairs of pigs and sheep at the University of Nebraska Medical Center appear in the February issue of the journal Annals of Surgery First researchers took bone marrow cells from the sheep and transferred them to a pig fetus After the pig was born they took disease fighting white cells from the pigs spleen and transferred them back to the sheep These cells contained genetic material from both animals When the pig matured the pigs heart was grafted onto the outside of the sheep and connected to blood vessels located below the sheeps neck The sheep retained their own hearts Modest amounts of immunosuppression drugs were given to the sheep to avoid organ rejection but the doses were lower than those normally given to humans receiving heart transplants said the studys senior author William Beschorner Of the 13 sheep with 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