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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 19, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas September 3A Paid advertisements CLIFTON EUGENE LOVEDAY New Braunfels resident Cliftoti passed away at the University Hos pital in San Antonio on Sep tember A memorial service will be held September at 1 at The Berean Bible 888 Landa Street New A trust fund has been set up at The First National Lock hart Bank in in the name of Clifton RAUL Raul V Moreno born Sep passed away September in New Braunfels at the age of 84 Funeral services will be Fri September at 10 at Zoeller Funeral Home with burial following in Comal ZQELDBR FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations 615 New Braunfels 830 6252349 CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Scheel wants working courthouse taken with added costs of moving the court staff to another would out strip whatever grant the county could But even that isnt his biggest Scheel We need a working court house and not a tourist Scheel Scheel said the historic commissions money could come with unacceptable strings One judge told him the commission refused to allow a county to replace a crumbling sidewalk outside a restored court In another the acoustics of a restored court house were so Scheel some judges refuse to try cases in it because they cant I really have a problem with proceeding with this project if were essentially deeding our courthouse over to the state and basically hav ing to ask permission to turn on the Scheel I think theres enough interest in this project that We should go to public hearings and ask for a bond issue for this project rather than give it away and have future generations sorry that we SENIQRSL CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Weeks spent getting ready I was she Since I was a I put a lot of effort into Appelt is a student council More than 60 coun cil members have worked a few hours a week on the event since planning started this The last few weeks have been more intense as the team ironed out the said Bryan pub lic relations The students have done all the work from ordering crowns to soliciting local business said Donna student council There were a lot of teary students Theyd all been looking forward to it all this said Samantha No one expected the big rally would be Ive been a sponsor for five and weve never had this Williams Theyve held the rally when it she The halftime homecoming traditions are still on as long as the game isnt canceled and the dance is a Williams The pep rally might be moved to the last home foot ball game of the but there are no definite Students have mixed feel ings about Itll be weird because its such a homecoming tradi Appelt It has a lot to do with but its not mat big a Halay she it was very important that it happen for seniors at some point this Senior Mary Payton said it wouldnt be the Its she Doc Wallys HOPE CONTINUED FROM Page Determined to find a job thin and Tines had few no GED and spoke little Eng had never lost his job so suddenly and had never had so much trouble getting back to he they had savings and were able to get by with some help from neighbors and Commu nities in a social pro gram for Tines never worried about his ability to find another even when Antonia became pregnant tie did odd jobs while she cared for the He wpuld cook outside On his barbecue and Antorta would make fresh tortillas arid salsa Salsa was the last food she prepared for her family before she Antonia checked in to the hospital Monday to deliver die who she named Antonio Istanislao He was a healthy 8 11 She died Tuesday whileTines was at home with ihe I had to tell the said Monica a Comimj nities in School staff He couldnt do the oldest at 9 years had the strongest He said he wanted to go with his Medina Medina told him he couldnt that it was not his He But if I wait too what if I dont recognize Medina Newborn Antonio came home and Tines held him awkwardly for more than an Now he is coping with the awkwardness of a new way of Antonia did most of the cooking and raised the chil Tines doesnt know what to do lie She was always Tines She was always here in the Now the house is empty and he by JESSIE Alejandro Martinez runs up to his new home It is the first for a lot of new baby brother to give him a kiss Thursday Tines Martinez and three oldest It is the first time the family has been children sit together with the newborn Tines is struggling to arrange for Antonias body to be sent back to Mexico for It will be and he even considered driv ing her As Tines and his children cope with their Medina is seeking community Tines needs someone to look after the children while he continues to look for a He still sees a way so we have to stand behind Medina To contact Monica Medina at Communities in Schools at betty jackson LIVER FUND BENEFIT DINNER SEPTEMBER 19 6 3 0 P M CHICKEN FRIED STEAK EACH PLATE ELKS LODGE 353 SEGUIN WELCO M WASHINGTON SENATE MOVES CLOSER TO BAN ON ABORTION PROCEDURE AP The Senate advanced one step closer Wednesday to final congressional passage of a bill to ban certain clearing a procedural hurdle on a 930 vote that belied years of struggle surrounding the legislation The bill would ban what critics call partialbirth abor and Republican lead ers hope to have the legisla tion on President Bushs desk by the end of next Final passage is not in since the measure cleared the House and Sen ate by wide margins earlier this Trie only difference between the two measures is a Senatepassed endorsement of the Supreme Courts 1973 ruling that declared women have right to an Republicans plan to omit that provision from the final Riding Mowers Lawn Mowers All Gasoline Powered Equipment Servian North San New UraunJttx Cunyun free 1B77DOCWALLY 13629255 LOME StAR THEATRE PO13 September 20 9 stuffe tens sale f y No shows PIMM OLD CREE o
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