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July 16, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 16, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas ObituariesALVAREZ Antonia Cordova Alvarez, of New Braunfels, born June 13, 1915, passed away Monday July 14, 2003, at Eden Home. She was an active member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church and a member of the Guadalu-panas. Preceding her in death was her husband, Zabulon L. Alvarez. Mrs. Alvarez is survived by her children, Rebecca Alvarez, Raul Alvarez, Roberto Alvarez, Rogelio Alvarez, Antonia Rodriguez and Mariana Birrueta.; daughters-in-law Anita Alvarez and Frances Alvarez; sons-in-law, Doroteo Rod- CUDABAC Ranee M. Cudabac, age 61, son of La Verne and Bill Cudabac, left this world to be with his Heavenly Father on July 2, 2003, at Overton Brooks Veterans Hospital, in Shreveport, La. He was an only child and was loved dearly. A memorial service will be riguez and Manuel Birrueta; 15 grandchildren; and 24 great-grandchildren. Visitation will begin at ll a.m. Wednesday July 16, 2003, at Zoeller Funeral Home and continue until 12:15 p.m. Thursday July 17, 2003. A rosary will be recited Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. at Zoeller Funeral Home. A funeral Mass will be said Thursday July 17, 2003, at 2 p.m. at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, with burial to follow in Comal Cemetery. There will be no procession from the funeral home; everyone will meet at the church on Thursday.Zoeller Funeral Home held for him at the Canyon Lake United Methodist Church Saturday July 19, 2003, at 2 p.m. He is survived by his parents and two children, Kevin Cudabac and Con Stein maim of Dallas; and two grandchildren, Madelyn and Waylan Cudabac. Bv the numbers Wednesday, July 16, 2003 — I iKRALD-ZlilTi inc — Page 3A*REPORT/From 1A Campaign contributions and expenditures between April 25 and the July 15 for the citywide May election. ■ Citizens for New Braunfels First (Political Action Committee supporting Propositions 2 and 3)-~ $50 in contributions and $100 in expenditures Valerie Hull — $25 in contributions and $3,350 in expenditures ■ Former District 4 Councilman Robert Kendrick — did not file campaign finance report ■ Citizens for Community Improvements (Political Action Committee against Propostions 2 and 3) — $100 in contributions and $3,981.08 in expenditures ■ District 4 Councilwoman ■ District 3 Councilwoman Gale Pospisil — no contributions and $719.22 in expenditures ■ Former District 3 Councilwoman Debbie Flume — did not file campaign finance report WEATHER/From 1A Center is on standby and can tx* staffed if necessary, but she doesn’t anticipate needing to Ix'gin emergency operations. “We’re doing tint*. We’ll probably have some light flooding in low-lying areas, but we don’t see anything that will heavily impact our rivers at this point. We’re going to bt*FEES/From 1A getting t he outer bands of the storm. We’ve been monitoring this situation since Saturday." Edgett said t he speed of t he storm was a good t hing. “We’ll be doing fine as long as it continues to move. What we have to watch is if it stalls. That’s what got us in the last two floods,” Edgett said. He said he would have to kxik into the missed deadline before taking any action. “We’re just there to accept the documents,” ho said. Hull turned in the forms Tuesday night after a city meeting. She said she had forgotten the due date. Kendrick, who recently has betm diagnosed and is being treated for pancreatic cancer in Houston, said he had other things on his mind in the* past few weeks, though he had the forms Filled out in May. He said he would try to File the report Wednesday morning. Residents should listen to a weather radio if they have one or listen tx) or watch for bulletins on radio or television, Edgett said. “Stay informed on what the weather’s doing,” she said. If driving, Edgett said to remember never to go around barricades at low water cross- Flume and campaign treasurer Susan Phillips could, not be reached Tuesday night. “Any citizen may file a criminal complaint with the district attorney, ti civil com' plaint with the Ethics Commission, or a civil action against a candidate,or ofFice-holder for violations of Tit Ie 15,” according to the Texas Ethics Commission Web site, “Any penalty stemming from such complaints would be assessed against the candil date or officeholder, not the campaign treasurer.” ings and never drive into standing water. "If you don’t rxn’d tx» go out, stay inside. Roadways can get slick. At night, water can come over the roadway and you can’t see it until you’re already in it. Its like hitting a brick wall when you drive into that stuff," Edgett said. WILKINSON Robert “N” Wilkinson, born Dec. 5, 1925, passed away at his home on July 13, 2003. He is preceded in death by his grandparents, parents, two sisters and two brothers. He is survived by his wife of 42 years, Shirley Wilkin son; son, Kevin Wilkinson and two grandchildren, Patrick and Kendra Wilkinson. He proudly served in the U.S. Navy during WWII. A memorial service will be at a later date. Funeral Caring USA BRANDT Funeral arrangements are complete at Zoeller Funeral Home for Howard R. Brandt, who passed away on July IO, 2(X)3, at the Kirkwixxl Manor in New Braunfels at the age of 91 years. A memorial service will he conducted at a later date at the First United Methodist Church. Zoeller Funeral Home ROBIN HOOD/From 1A Chapter 41, it must exercise one of five available options to pay the money. The board will choose an option at a meeting July 291 Campos and CIST) attoB ney Judy Brown said they will recommend tho district buy “attendance credits” from the state — essentially paying the money. District voters would have to approve this measure at a special election that would take place Sept. 13. Campos said in the September 13 election, the option would be voted on as a simple yes or no. Either way, CISI) will still have to send money to the state. “Voting ‘no’ will not eliminate Robin Hood," Campos said. Brown agreed. "We don’t have a choice about sending (the moneyj off. You have a choice about how you send it off,” Brown said. Other options include: ■ voluntary consolidation with another sch<x)l district; ■ giving some property to a neighboring district; ■ directly paying off a Nu* Hmm ni hh Herai.d-Zkitijn« Published on Saturday and Sunday mornings and week day mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (U8PS 377-BMO) 707 Lands St., or P.O. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Coms! County, h*xaa 78131-1328. Period! cal postage paid by the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung in New Braunfels, 'IVjxas Carrier delivered in Coins) and Guadalupe counties: three months, $25; six months, $44; one year, $79. Mail delivery outside Comal County in Texas: three months, $35; six months, $04; one year, $120, Mail outside Texas: six months, $89; one year, $136.75. Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 a m. Tuesday through Friday and by 7 a m. Saturday and Sunday can call (830) 625-9144 . Postmaster: Send address changes to the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, PO Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Tx 78131-1328. poorer district; and ■ consolidating tax bases go through the ordinance and that they unanimously approved the new version. Parks and recreation depart ment director Iris Nef-fendorf said she was conFi-dent revisions would bring the ordinance up to date. Mayor Adam Cork said regularly reviewing the fees would make future hikes easier to swallow. He also was opposed to charging for picnic table use, since it costs the city the same to maintain the park if people don’t use picnic tables. permanently with another district. AGENTS A TAX PROFESSIONALS Ciiente New Mm( Witt) th* IRS Setts for Pennies on th* Doflar Written Guemntee Free Tex Settle me ut Anelyskc Confidential Interview in Our Local Office 800-378-7533 fa#*** Free insider11 Report: “How to End IRS Problem* Forever!’ 877-451-9111 *-«« r ex    Par nr rf arf _____- I OIH* tm im now WtCOrWo RMMff www.jkharrls.com “...Im (Halons) mote woo*mhM tu-rmokiton company1" Ibm Wad Street Journal JU Harris A Company-New Braunfels (475 Offices Nationwide) cee; FME RAISER AKB BEKEFIT FOR TRE Betty Jackson Liver Transient Fund When:July 18, 2003 • 4PM-11PM Where: Elks Lodge • 353 S. Seguin Activities: Dinner • Entertainment • Auction Silent Auction/ Door Prizes Cost per Ticket $8.00 Donations welcomed "Carry out food also available" HELP SAVE HER LIFE! i Attention: Land Owners and Residents Oasis Pipe Line Company Texas L.P operates a natural gas transmission pipeline in this county. The route of our pipeline is cleat ly marked with above-ground signs In the interest of safety, please alert us if you see unusual activity or a possible emergency in the vicinity of our pipeline by calling the toll-free number listed below (which Is also on every one of our signs), 24 hours a day, seven days a week Public Safety Is our top priority Atencldn: Propietarios de Terrenos y Residents Oasis Pipe Line Company Texas L.P opera un gasoducto de transmisibn de gas natural en este condado La ruta del gasoducto estd claramente iridicada con letreros en la superficie Para mantener la seguridad, por favor comunfquese con nosotros si nota actividades poco usuales o una posible emergence en las inrnediaciones de nuestro gasoducto llamando al numero de telftfono gratis que aparece abajo (el cual aparece (ambari en todos nuestros letreros), las 24 horas, siete dias a la semana La seguridad publlca es nuestra Primera pnondad 1 800.530.1230 hr* said Monday, adding that Lamia should hp gated and admission charged. “I think residents should be able Lo use a picnic table in the park without paying $5,” Cork said. Although there is no charge during tin* week, t he city still has to do cleanup for those days, Neffendorf said. The proposed ordinance does away with the family season swim pass. Officials said it was too difficult for the parks department to l^trry taylor Pebby Taylor tUmiJ ( efttf tm I Inn mg lnstrumntt Spm minis fmb iif MMWUWB viaeen, uke. Advancer) I mum mg cern with IM* HltaiiUon you d»M»<vw . local 830-627-8660 toll Irw 866-627-8660 Common Street Professional Bldg I'M ( ommon Street, Suit** HNI Ne* Braunfels, Texas 7813(1 track which groups could bi* defined as a family. It also extends the glass beverage container rule to Torrey Park, the Ixipp 337 Park and the Dry Comal Trail. It extends the alcohol ban to Torrey Park, Camp Comal, the Loop 337 Park and the Dry Comal 'Frail. The ordinance also addresses park name changes, the addition of park amenities and other mi not issues. “The Affordable Alternative" for Healthcare Insurance ©Coverage! 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