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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 29, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                OBITUARIES Paid advertisements mtmrno POTMAN Kenneth 0 Pittman born August 8 1928 passed away Thursday October 21 2003 in San Antonio at die age of S years Mr Pittman is survived by his daughters Cathy Stella and husband Gary of town Margaret Pittman of Hawaii Nancy Baese and husband Greg of Seguin Mary Rust and husband of New feis and Elizabeth Ellis and husband Jon of New Braunfels son jimmy Pittman of NewBraunfels brother Allen Pittman of El Cerrito CA Theo Bading of New Braunfels Lucille ing of New Braunfels Kay Bading of San Antonio and Terry McNally of CA 8 grand children 3 greatgrandchil dren loving friend Gretchen Ray of New Braunfels and friends Eric Ray and Danielle Ray of Austin Visitation will be from 6 to 8 Wednesday October 29 2003 at the Zoeller Funeral Home Funeral serv ices will be Thursday Octo ber So 2003 at 2 at the Zoetter Funeral Home with burial to follow in Guadaiupe Valley Memorial Park Ceme tery in lieu of flowers memori al contributions may be made to the American cer Society in memory of Mr Pittman ZOEUMFUNERALHOME Funerals Cremations 615 Braunfels 830 6252349 Iva V Thomas age 90 passed away Monday Octo ber at the Country Care Manor in LaVernia Texas A memorial sendee will be conducted at 2 Thurs day October 30 at Doeppehschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels The Reverend M Shawn Gorzine will officiate Memorial donations may be given tO the Disabled American Veterans Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Edith A Nolte passed away on Monday October 27 2003 at the Age of 75 Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home MARIAM CAUTHERN Mariam Cauthern passed away October at the age of 77 She was preceded in death by her husband of 52 years Edgar K Cauthern and by siblings Lovie Mae McDon ald Dudley Gregory and Mary Beth Baker Mariam is survived by her daughter Sharon McClung her grandson and his wife Jason Dahn and Rosa Maria siblings Edna Pruitt Gladys Kqcurek James JimjjGregp ry and William Gregory and many nieces and Mariam was born and raised in Waller County Texas She married in Pana ma City Florida at the age of 17 and subsequently spent many years as a resident of Baytown Texas Mariam was a devoted wife mother and grandmother She received immense pleasure in nutur ing her family and she was loved deeply in return Mariam later returned to Brookshire Texas where she dedicated herself to farming and a lifelong interest in veg etable and flower gardening She retired to Canyon Lake Texas in 1993 where she attended the Canyon Lake Church of Christ and devel many meaningful friendships Public visitation will begin at 5 Wednesday at the Funeral Home and will con tinue until 8 Funeral services will be conducted 30r2003 at 10 at Doeppen schmidt Funeral Home in Sattler and will be followed by a 3 oclock interment serv ice at the Pattison Cemetery in Patterson Texas In lieu of flowers please make donations in Marianas name to your preferred char ity Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Canyon Lake KM WM UNITED WE STAND A Mold Remediation and Air Duct Cleaning FURNITURE ORIENTAL RUGS CARPET CLEANING 18887361824 I HI 3 Fire Water Restoration 210 TRADECENTER DRIVE U UNITED WE STAND Carpel Air Duct Cleaning Flee Water Damage Restoration SCOOTER Employees told to cooperate the FBI was looking for and that investigators hadnt talked with he did say he welcomed the review of his companys practices and believed no wrongdoing would be uncovered We dont betfeve in fraud and we dont participate in Harrison said Were extremely confident in the way we run the business 1 absolutely and unquestion GHOST CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Woman waited for her groom The lady arrived in her wed ding finery but the groom nev er showed Allyson said The poor she said They told her they couldnt find him She said Im not going to Allyson said And she never did As the story goes the inns owners told her she could stay if she were willing to work and she perhaps 20 QT 30 years Then far too young she died Allyson said she doesnt know how New innkeepers took over the hotel from the Eggelings One day the new innkeeper was in the front parlor when an elegantly dressed man came through the frosted glass front doors She came out of the parlor and asked if she could help Allyson said Saying nothing the man walked up the front stars and met a beautiful young lady at the top They embraced and both disappeared The innkeeper went out front and a even as autos were becoming commonplace transportation tethered there It would remain unclaimed Allyson said Witnesses helped search the entire building but neither he nor the woman were found ther of them ever left I dont tell everyone the ghost Allyson said I wait until they ask Some peo ple dont want to Larry Taylor Debby Taylor Board CcnifitJ Hearing Instrument SpecialiM Advanced hearing tare the attention you doaorve local 8306278660 toll free 8666278660 Common Street Professional Bldg 1583 Common Street 100 New Braunfels Texas 78130 Tf 1ft w W Kempert For NBISD TrusteeAtLarge Ai MfBifetr tm t 9 Will be fytgre issues facing th 9 teep m in the claw room ingly believe In our manage ment team and in all the peo ple who work Statted about 15 years ago by Marrison and his wife Susanna the Scooter Store is the largest player in the motorized scooter business in the United States Everything the Scooter Store does is legal ethical and legit imate Harrison said As a Medicare provider our records are an open Marrison said Medicare has come out and audited us and those have always gone very well I know the way we run this business We take extra measure after extra measure after extra measureto do things the right way The PB1 would be givenM access to any reeottls of mation it wants Harrison said He added that hes offered to speak with investigators The scooter Store contacted Medicare officials earlier this year to question practices used by some of its competitors in the Houston area An investi gation in that city has led to federal fraud indictments There were some horrible things going on in Harrison said Theres a real need in this industry to clean up fraud and 1 think its very good that theyre doing Harrison said his company has asked its employees to cooperate fully with the inves tigation Weve asked them to tell the truth and tell everyone exactly how you feel Thats all The Scooter Store is pre pared to offer legal represen tation for its employees if needed Harrison said The company has retained a law firm but Harrison did not name the firm Id prefer that you talk to he said WILUIAMS CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Students discussed walking out r Teachers have praised efforts to keep students out of the hallways and get them to class on time Williams said NBISD board president Lee Edwards said Monday he had heard no complaints from teachers Parents also were upset their teens were spending so much time studying for assessment exams and UIL academic competitions Williams said My phi losophy has always been you work them as hard as you can as long as you can and then you test Students have discussed walking out and one stu dent has created an anti Williams Web site asking for revolution in the school Thats kids talking and Im not going to be dictated by Williams said I Lone Star Theatres I MARKETPLACE 12 651 Business Lp IH 35 N 830 625 4400 RANK CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Extracurriculars matter to schools of but not all of those slots will be filled by top 10 percent graduates said Rebecca Harbaugh assistant admissions director All colleges cially smaller ones arent experiencing the same grow ing pains as and UT Theres a perception in many peoples minds that UT and are the only places to Grasshoff said UTSan Antonio doesnt have a cap on freshmen enrollment Local high schools use a scale to calculate student rank Difficultclasses are worth more points an incen tive for students to take for instance calculus instead of easier electives But most colleges are look ing for more than academ ics They seek a wellrounded student If a student doesnt fit the academic requirements for admission were going to look at the other qualities that student might bring to our said Christie Kangas director of admis sions for Texas State Univer sitySan Marcos admissions Those who dont make the top 10 can lean on other skills involve ment sometimes is the rea son they arent in the top 10 Kangas said Maybe theyve spent time rounding out their Most schools try to make the admissions process as personalized as possible said Andrea CytersldAcosta Uni versity of Incarnate Word admissions director Activities are becoming increasingly more impor CyterskiAcosta said Schools want activity on their campuses The whole college education doesnt end when the student walks out of the IRS PROBLEMS VETERAN EXIRS AGENTS TAX PROFESSIONALS CNmtf Nawr Mart Hftft the IRS Srfto for tamta on Dollar 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