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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 30, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday 30 2003 3A vas Funeral aitahgemnets ate complete kt the 2oellef Funeral Hoifte for IDavid G MultetxVdssvwHo passed away on Monday December 22 2003 at the McKerma Memorial Hospital at the age of 56 years Visitation began at KM Monday her 29 2003 at the Zoeller Funeral Home and contin vices will conclude at the funeral home It was Mr VOSSS Wishes to b6 THOMAS RICHARDSON Thomas Eugene Richard son age 64 passed from this life Wednesday December 24 2003 Formerly of Des Moines IA he lived the last 17 years as a resident of New Braunfels He served his country as a United States Marine and was a member of the Marine Corp League NehringDet He was proceeded in death by his parents Kenneth G Marguerite C Slack and his two step sons Steve arid Clay Chap man He is his son of Des Moines iowas Katie Richardson and Jo Lin da Rileybf Des Moines Iowa and Kirnberiy Sue Richard son sisters 3 step brothers 3 grandchil dren 1 great grandchild and two very good friends Bobby Prieece and Joy of New Braunfels TX Arrangements entrusted to Sons Funeral Chapels NEW YEARS CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Lockin gives kids their own party costs and reservations are required For informa tion call 7085411 The American Legion Hall in Seguin will host a New Years Eve Dance from 9 to midnight Food and party favors will be pro vided for Food will be served at midnight Beer andwine coolers will be available for a charge Guests can bring their own bottle of cham pagne and use glasses pro vided by the hall For infor mation call 830 3791079 The Faust Hotel ushers in by taking to glory days The hotel hosts dinner and dancing in the historic ballroom The party starts at 6 Buffet will be available from 7 to 8 A 1920sstyle band will play from 8 to midnight A champagne fountain will be setup Reservations are pre ferred For information call 6257791 Although the children wont be able to go every where with their parents there will be at least one place where they can party supervised Gymnastics hosts its annual New Years Eve Lockin for children ages 5 to 12 Children can be dropped off at 7 and picked up at either 2 or 9 Fri day So often there are oppor tunities for said James Jeffers owners This is an opportunity for the kids to have just as big of an Children can play several games including an inflat able attraction and obstacle courses in the square feet Its an indoor playground is what it amounts ferssaid Because owners expect 90 children to come children will have plenty of playmates in every age group Jeffers said Children can also sit and watch movies or play indi vidually At about 1 hosts will start to turn out the lights andlet the children sleep or visit quietly Theres always those who want to make it through the night without going to Jeffers Several gyin will be oh hand to he said Anyone thinking of taking advantage of this service needs to make reservations immediately because the program has sold out for the last several years reservations are available by calling Gymnastics at 6060375 The party will cost for one child for a second child and for each addi tional child in one family SHOPPING 1A Economists believe Merchants said they did as well as last year if not a little better We were up a little this Christmas from last said Ernesto Jergins who owns Ernestos Jewelry Fac tory We sold biggerticket items last Christmas but this year we had a steady flow of customers who bought pres ents under Sara Arriaga manager of KB Toy Express said the store did well Its slow right after the hol idays but we did pretty good during the Christmas holi she said KB Toys usually opens express stores for the Christ mas season in Sari Antonio NewBraunfels and Austin Our last day to be open will be Jan said Arriaga AP reported although the economy began to regain its footing in 2002 consumer and business confidence was by corporate accounting scandals and uncertainties of the Gulf War II buildup However a third round of tax cuts combined with the lowest interest rates BEEF CONTINUED FROM Page 1A USDA says beef supply is safe Davis said When markets start opening after the first of me year were going to see some change To what extent would be truly Gary Granzin of Granzins Meat Market in New Braun fels said the news has not resulted in any reduction in some of his customers do ask about it Dont Granzin said a bunch of publicity but to me its more political than anything I think its got tlown out of proportion pret r r r tywell At the Guadalupe Cattle Company off Texas 46 ranch manager Jerry Cafrizales said the Washington state case had been traced to a cow born in Canada four months before that country joined the United States in banning feeding cat tlewith grain that includes ground protein products believed to be the greatest source of the illness My feeling is eat beef and 1 i Thafsfwiiatjwt call experience j f vents CATCH IT AilWCH WUtt9144 Fpulfiqhfnao Rondy i i f rt i j i f05 me hwe prpydly provided New Stfrf the most technologically advanced hearing aids Ijiftt ycjdyes nave reljjea thousands of people if XPM We flooring Qfff PT qge 4q ora it has been eytr since yjpyjast egrj checked call us today i HOLIDAY SPECIALS I foy a FMNIAB N Uw 3108 DAVID Sales Manager Estella Paredez left helps Shirley and Roy Wheeler pick out the perfect pair of earrings Monday at Ernestos Jewelry The Wheelers were visiting from Hobbs and stopped in looking for an afterChristmas bargain in 45 years provided by the Federal Reserve finally ignit ed stronger growth this past summer Economists believe the recovery will not falter as the country swings into a new year AP reported Monday Likewise Jergins said he was more optimistic about next year The stock market recov ery helped this he said And I think the capture of Saddam Hussein made peo ple feel good It was kind of like a Christmas present and gave everybody a lift So I think our economy is doing better and I think next year will be a better keep eating Carrizales said Youll always see the media making a story but theres no real concern Of all the cattle that are sold or slaughtered in Texas and it goes into the millions there has never been a Richard Wortham executive vice president of the Texas Beef Council said the parts of the infected animal that could spread the brain and spinal cord never entered the human food chain The Department of Agriculture he added has declared the American beef supply safe This is one case The beef supply continues to remain free of infectious Wortham system worked The protocols are doing their YOUR WEIGHT LOSS WITHOUT BIWNG UP CARBS Join Weight Watchers now and get our Fast Track kit free While supplies last Offer ends January 31 Free registration for meetings Pay only the weekly fee I 800 651 6000 Valid until at participating meeting locations Fast Track not Included in At Home kits Free Registration not valid for At Work meetings or Online subscribers 02003 Weight Watchers International Ing owner of the WEIGHT WATCHERS trademark All rights reserved J Children grandchildren nephews or child that was born in 2003 can participate in the Special Section of Babys First Yegr A panel of Judges will choose four winners First place boy first place girl runner up boy and runner up The winners will be featured in the centerfold full color The runners up will be featured on the back cover together in full color Each winner will receive a trophy Baby does not need to be from this area I Mail the coupon below along with for each child photo If photo is copyrighted a release will also be needed from the photographer and a copy of the birth certificate or come in person to HERALDZEITUNG 707 LancJQ Street New Braunfels TX 78130 8306259144 Childs G DOB Birth Place Birth Length Parents Siblings Grandparents inches Phone PlecjSf circle method of pgyment bilow CASH CHICK Credit Cord O o 13HC1U
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