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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 16, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                2003 OBITUARIES Page 3A Augustifl Qoflzales TX and a forme resident of New Bf died December 2003 at the age of Me was bofft August 1945 Itt San While living in New Braunfels Gonaales worked for New Brauhfels UtilitiesHe Was a veteran of the He was a member of Post 8936 and the Knights of Columbus Council He was preceded in death by a brother Rudy He is survived locally by his son and Guadalupe and Isabelle Gon zales daughter and sonin Yvonne arid Armon Rattler fiance Rose Yolanda Gutierrez Ralph Gonzales Derrick Visitation will be held December 2003 from to with a rosary to be recit ed at at Castle Ridge 8008 Mili tary West in San Funeral mass will be cel ebrated Decem ber 2003 at 12 Noon at Resurrection of the Lord Catholic Church located next door to Castle Ridge Mortu Visitation at the church will be from to 12 noon will follow in the Fort Sarri Houston National Memorials may be made to Hospice San San TX CASTLE RIDGE MORTUARY 8008 Military West San TX 78227 DORIS BOURGEOIS LANE Doris Bourgeois age of San Antonio died December Doris was a longtime New Braunfels Former member of OES Chapter New TX and current member of OES Chapter New Preceded in death by her beloved James Lane her Mildred Lois Bourgeois Survived by Virginia Harsh man of San Dar lene Lane of San Barbara Alspaugh of San Patricia and hus Glen Bowman of RosenbUrg twelve grand children fifteen great grand children three great great grandchildren numerous nieces and Services Will be held today at AM at the Porter Loir ing Chapel in San The RayDavis Interment in Fort Sam Houston Memorial contributions may be made to the Heart land 5430 Freder icksburg San TX 78229 or charity of Arrangements with PORTER LORING 1101 McCULLOUGH 2102278221 GUATJALUPE Guadalupe Lopez Ortiz Went to be with her Jesus on Friday December 2003 at the age of She was a member of the Open Door Gospel Church TX She is survived by her hus band of 45 Mathias She was the loving mother of two sons Rodolfo Rudy and Edwardo Eddie Ortiz of New two daughters Estella Jackson of Sylvia Veech of and two sonsinlaw Jay and Rick her grand children Metilda Kyle and Katelyn and Richard and Hayden Lynn seven sisters Virginia Connie Tomasa Esperanza Estella Francis and Gloria all of New four brothers Pete of Marcelino Lopez of San Jesse Lopez of New and Joe Lopez of Cedar She was preceded in death by her parents Pedro and Paula RQBBRT DAVID MILLER Robert David Miller passed away on December 2003 in Cariypn Ufa at tke age of 56 A memorial service will be conducted au later It Millers wishes to Feliciano Frank Rv Janie Lopez and Emiliano Chapel service will be Tuesday morning at at Puente Sons Funeral The inter ment will follow at AM at Peter and Paul Ceme Services Entrusted to Puente Sons Funeral Puente Sons Funeral Chapels Retail study results expected in January By Scott Mahon Staff Writer The second phase of the citys retail study being com piled by a Fort Worth compa ny will hot be presented to city officials until project is intended to identify specific retail demands that translate to potential new commerce in New Although sonie officials expected phase of the report to be presented last Mayor Adam Cork said the final version of the report would not bepresented until We had hoped we would have gotten it Cork But it looks like its going to be January before we see the final hard Cork said Community ID officials in Port Worth had not promised a hard copy of the report on a certain They said we might get an advance draft of the report last but it was a soft com mitment at Cork In the final report will be presented to the city coun cil and other people at a meet ing that were still trying to set the date Because of the were trying to find a date in January for the pres Cork said he was disap pointed he had not received the report by but he did nt feel the delay would be a negative It doesnt hurt us at We need to have the The first phase of the study considered demographics and buying habits of households within a 10minute drive of the specific retail The sites on South Seguin and Main 135 and Texas Loop 337 and Texas 46 and Highway 306 and East Common Street had similar retail according to the first phase of the some residents live less than 20 minutes from large shopping centers in oth er and the sec ond phase will define how much money is currently being spent outside the city for specific The study will determine retailers the city should try to Were looking at this as a community said Michael president of the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of We think we can use this data for not just one deal but to solic it many different retailers for many years to The chamber and the Infra structure and Improvement Corporation 4B Board paid for the first phase of the The chamber and 4B Board will share equally the cost of the second TECHNOLOGY CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Lines will help grow technology for 25 years Braunfels Utilities and the City of New be The district would give the city access to the lines in exchange for utility poles arid right of Although the district has talked about the project with NBU for five NBISD meeting Time 7 Location The Education Center Board 430 Mill Aside from saving the district the lines would provide a faster con The speed of the fiber connection will be virtually Faulkner whereas the current connection is limited to megabytes per sec With the current technology that we we can get a which is megabytes of she The faster connection would give the district room to grow during the next 25 This is a plan for the Faulkner The plan calls for 12 lines to Faulkner said she thinks the parties are close to an agreement be mstalled between She will report on the projects lines would even be nee progress at the NBISD Board of essary Trustees meeting The twoway video con The district is currently leasing cop downloading instructional per lines from Southwestern Bell for yideo and technological learn per month lng will be more feasi It would be cabling that the school district would own as opposed to a Your higher bandwidth multimedia monthly Faulkner said uses m gng to be n me classroom Although officials believe the new Faulkner But lines would save the district were dependent on our Internet con the cost has not been Brockman to give update on CTTC From Staff Reports Rusty director of economic development for the Greater New Braun fels Chamber of will give a update on the progress of the Central Texas Technology Center to the New Braunfels Independent School District board of trustees He will report on which started in Thursday Brockman will update Comal Independent School Although the Alamo Community Col lege District will manage the centers cur local school districts will play an important advisory role in the center before and after it opens in the summer We hope they will get the word out to their students that this is an opportunity for their Brockman As skill sets change for our our school district will be directly involved in providing feedback to ACCD so mat ACCD continues to do what is important to the schools and to the CAPTURE CONTINUED FROM Page 1AV NB woman relates sons experiences regime had weapons of mass destruction and ties to alQai Gladys Stearns said she hoped justice is served by the Iraqi people who suffered at his AP reported Monday an Iraqi Governing Council member said Saddam Hus Im a but this Her husband died two years seiri could be tried in the man has destroyed thousands she said few be exe of peoples I cuted if President Stearns Hes she I Rush saiH iin tn GladVS Steams HlOVed tO New Braunfels with her hus band from 12 Bush said Monday it was up to Iraqis to determine Saddams but the United States will work with the Iraqis to devel years op a way to try him that with Art was a retired fire stands international she Jim Stearns younger broth is a senior master ser 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