New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 4, 2003, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 04, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 4, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas OBITUARIES Paid advertisements MARIA CASTILLEJA ROSALES Maria Castilleja Rosales born July 27, 1915, passed away Wednesday, October 1,2003, in New Braunfels at the age of 88 years. Mrs. Rosales is survived by her husband, Pablo Rosales, Sr.; sons, Pablo Rosales, Jr. and wife, Rebecca of New Braunfels, Felipe Rosales and wife Lupe of New Braunfels, Anselmo Rosales and wife Maria T. of Plano, Texas, Armando C. Rosales, Sr. and wife Virginia of New Braunfels, and Gilbert C. Rosales, Sr. and wife Linda of New Braunfels; daughters, Loren-za Urias and husband Eligio of New Braunfels, Elida Tristan and husband Antonio of New Braunfels and Olivia Vega and husband Evaristo of San Antonio; also 37 grandchildren, 66 greatgrandchildren and 4 great-great-grandchildren. Mrs. Rosales was a member of the Padres de Familia Organization. Visitation will be held Saturday, October 4, 2003, from IO a.m. until 5 p.m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home. Visitation will resume on Sunday, 9 a.m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home with a rosary following at 7 p.m. Funeral procession will depart on Monday, at 9:30 a.m. for a IO a.m. mass at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Burial will follow in St. Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery. Please visit our website, for more information. ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals & Cremations 615 Landa, New Braunfels (830) 625-2349 JOSE V. CANTU Jose V. Cantu bom June 23, 1926, of New Braunfels passed away Wednesday, October 1,2003, in San Antonio at the age of 77 years. Visitation began Friday, October 3, 2003, at the Zoeller Funeral Home followed by a rosary Friday evening. Funeral procession will depart on Saturday, 9:30 a.m. for a IO a.m. mass at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Entombment will follow in St. Peter and Paul Mausoleum. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in memory of Mr. lose V Cantu. For more information please visit our website ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Si Cremations 615 Landa, New Braunfels (830) 625-2349 PEGGY D. KEELING Peggy D. Keeling passed away on Wednesday, October 1,2003, at her residence at Canyon Lake, Texas, at the age of 75 years. Visitation began at 6 p.m. Friday at the Zoeller Funeral Home and continues until service time Saturday. Services will be Saturday, October 4,2003, at 2 p.m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home. Interment will follow in the Cranes Mill Cemetery at Canyon Lake, Texas. The family has requested that memorial contributions be given to the American Cancer Society. ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals & Cremations 615 Landa, New Braunfels (830) 625-2349 ROBERT DENMAN GREENWADE Robert “Jack" Denman Greenwade passed away on Thursday, October 2, 2003, at the Kirkwood Manor in New Braunlels, texas, at the age of 88 yea! s He is survived by his loving wife, Kathnne Greenwade of New Braunfels; one son, lack D. Greenwade and wife Linda of Catspring. Texas; two daughters, Merle Lynn Lacobee and husband . Roy of Georgetown, Texas, and Sandy Kennermer and husband Bill of Corinth, Texas; sisters, Virginia Adams of Arizona, Dorothy Dougherty of Arizona and Nancy Puckett of Missouri; grandchildren, Jack W. Bruner, Jr., Susan Wood and husband Anthony, Hayden D. Greenwade, Elizabeth Qualls and husband Dale, Erin Geenwade, Cary Yeary and Amy Morrow; ten great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Mr. Greenwade was preceded in death by one brother. Victor Summerhill. No visitation is scheduled at the funeral home. Private graveside services will be held on Saturday, October 4, 2003, at 12:30 p.m. at the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park in New Brauintels, Texas. The family has requested that memorial contributions be given to the New Braunfels Art League or Hope Hospice of New Braunfels or the First United Methodist Church. ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals & Cremations 615 Landa, New Braunfels (830) 625-2349 ADA KOHLENBERG Ada Kohlenberg, age 90, of New Braunfels, Texas, died Thursday, October 2, 2003, at Eden Home In New Braunfels. She was born April 19, 1913, in Seguin, Texas, to Adolph W. Specht and Mary (Wittenborn) Specht. She married Max Kohlenberg on January 30, 1932 in New Braunfels, TX. Mrs. Kohlenberg was a cafeteria worker and cook at the New Braunfels Hospital and was a member of First Protestant Church. She was prec eded in death by her parents, her husband, Max, on November 14,1961, a brother and granddaughter, Jacqueline Rust. Survivors include her daughter: Dorothy Rust & husband, Arthur "Spitz" Rust of Spring Branch, TX; son: Gene W. Kohlenberg & wile, Verna L. Kohlenberg of Seguin, I X; 4 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren and 5 great, great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday, October 4, 2003, at 2 p.m. at Doeppen-schmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels with The Rev Donald Ofsdahl officiating. Interment will follow at Lone Oak Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Hope Hospice of New Braunfels, Eden Home or charity of ones choice. Visitation will continue urn ii service time today. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home BILLIE W. GOLLA Billie W. Colla, age 70 of New Braunlels, Texas died Friday, October 3, 2003, at McKenna Memorial Hospital in New Braunfels. A Rosary will be recited Monday, October 6,2003, at 7 p.m. at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels. Funeral Mass will be celebrated tuesday, Octo ber 7,2003, at 11 a.m. at Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church with Monsignor iidward Bily, celebrant. Interment will follow at Sts. Peter & Paul (Catholic Cemetery. Visitation will begin at 2 p.m. Monday and will continue until 9:30 a.m. Tuesday. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home CHARLENE SEYFERTH Funeral services are pend ing at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels foi Charlene LOUISE PARKER Funeral arrangements are pending at the Zoeller Funeral Home for Louise Parker, who passed away on Friday. October 3, 2003, at the Northwest Methodist Hospital in San Antonio, Texas, ai Seyferth who died Friday. October 3,2003, at her home in New Braunfels at the age of 71 years. Doeppenschmid t Funeral Home the age of 77 years. ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals & Cremations 615 l anda, New Braunfels (830) 625-2349 DRUGS CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Ulloa convicted for drugs before Ulloa’s prosecution was delayed by pretrial motions and by his alleged bail-jumping. Deputies Rick Sanchez and Eddy Luna of the Comal County Sheriff’s Office warrants division arrested Ulloa on a fugitive warrant earlier this year at a Guadalupe County residence. Charges against Ulloa allege that he possessed between 4 and 200 grams of cocaine and between 4 and 200 grams of methamphetamine when he was originally arrested at his residence July 13, 2000. On June 16, 2000, June 21, 2000, July B, 2000 and july 13, 2000, Ulloa allegedly delivered between four ounces and live pounds of marijuana to another man. I Jlloa’s previous convictions include a federal conviction in October 1986 for possession with intent to distribute marijuana. Texas oil also on redistricting map By Suzanne Gamboa Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON — Texas House Speaker Tom Craddick complained this week that the state's oil and gas interests have no representation in Congress, even though a fellow Republican in Congress plays a key role in writing national energy legislation Craddick made the com ment in reference to Texas redistricting battle and his desire for a congressional dis trict based in Midland. “I have a very strong tee! that Midland, Odessa and Tom Green County and the West Texas area out there have not had fair representation for the last 40 veal s, and we vt* not hail any oil and gas representation and really want and deserve that,” Craddick said during a visit to Midland Thursday. Republican attempts to redraw texas congressional districts reached a stalemate over dividing a district that now includes Midland and Lubbock, so Midland can elect its own House member. Midland is in the middle of the Permian Basin, which produces 70 percent ofTexas oil and 20 percent of the nations petroleum. It also was where President Bush grew up. Lubbock is a center of Texas agriculture. Rep. Joe Barton, R-Texas, a member of the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee, is one of the key COP negotiators on an energy bill now making its way through Congress. Among other things, the bill provides tax incentives for marginal wells, smaller wells like those found in the Permian Basin, so they can keep operating when prices drop. Barton was on vacation Friday and not reachable for commem, but his spokeswoman, Samantha Jordan, said Barton has helped raised the profile of Texas and its oil interests. Craddick spokesman Bob Richter said while Barton may watch out for Texas oil intel -ests, the Midland and Odessa areas have “always been the tail end of someone else s dis trict.” Craddick figures “if he can’t get a district centered in the Permian Basin-San Angelo corridor now, he ll never gel it.” Richter said. Rep. Gene Green, D I Elliston, said several Texas lawmakers, including him and Rep. Ralph Hall, D-Rockwall, also look out for oil and gas interests. “I work hand-in-hand with Joe Barton, in fact, we have done joint appearances, where we talk about the need for production and needs of the energy industry,” he said. In addition, I louse Majority Leader lorn DeLay, R-Sugar Land, is pushing Texas oil and A pickup truck on Friday passes a stopped school bus with its stop *iqn extended DAVID INGRAM/Herald-Zeituiui School officials are reporting more incidents of motorists passing buses this year BUS CONTINUED FROM Page IA CISD using more centralized stops Wommack said. In rural areas, GISI) buses have tried to incoqxirate more cluster stops — centralized stops at a corner where many students can be picked up. It makes stops more eft! dent and safe, jones said. “You will see more of that in coming years,” he said. Still, most of the responsibility for ensuring safety around school buses belongs to drivers. Children would be safer ii drivers would obey the law, Phelps said. "Everyone should realize that bus drivers have a great responsibility in the community to get students to school on time and safely, Phelps sail! YOU MAV, VOV MY For passing a school bus. drivers can be fined between $200 and $1,000 and could lose drivers license on second offense For speeding in a school zone, violators could pay $ 108 in court costs and $6 per mile over the speed limit in justice of the peact court In New Bruanfels Municipal Court, violators could pay $ 185 in court costs and fine for first 15 miles plus $4 per mile above that gas interests as the energy bill is negotiated. He wants it to provide protection to MTBE manufacturers against product liability lawsuits arising out of water pollution cases. MTBE is a gasoline additive. Morris Burns, Permian Basin Petroleum Association vice president, said Barton and former congressman Lar-ry Combest, a Lubbock Republican, have been friends of the petroleum industry. Combest represented the district that could he divided. But he said the association would like a representative who has worked in the industry because they would make knowledgeable decisions. I lowever, the industry does have an oilman in the White House. Bush owned an oil business in Midland. Linda Lance, vice president for public policy for Wilderness Society, said that has benefited the industry TRAIL CON I INI IFD FROM Page 1A City to provide help with effort damaged sections. Hie New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department helped Comal County Trails win the grant and will provide additional personnel and equipment. Assistant City Manager Don Ferguson said he was gratelul Comal County Trails brought forth the project because city staff recognized the need. “It s another one of those elements of Landa Park that makes that park such a jewel,” Ferguson said. “It s a heavily used trail, hut it s in need of repair." Ferguson said. The trail winds through a dry creek bed and features a wealth of vegetation, birds and other wildlife. “It s like being out in the wilderness,” Stinchcomb said. “We’re real lucky to have it in New Braunfels.’ Volunteers plan to work on the trail every Saturday until Thanksgiving. Chronic Bronchitis & Emphysema “I always knew smoki i was bad for me... But it wasn’t until years tater that I saw the toll it had taken on me... 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Klein Rd. (830)481-0761 New Braunfels WEDS. - SUN. 10am - 4pm Reopen 6pm - 8pm Bring AD St Save $5 on Purchase of $20    _ Exercise Induced Asthma lf you cough or have difficulty breathing with exerase, you may qualify to participate in a research study involving an investigational medication. ^ Volunteers may receive up to {750 compensation for time and travel. ^    Call today tor more information. I I I I J trai m ran m Frank C. Hampel, Jr., MD 830-609-0900 ;