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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 7, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 HERALDZENIING June Paid advertisements the Sam Houston Nation al Cemetery at ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations RALPH GILLESPIE Ralph Gillespie passed away on June 2005 in New at the age of 75 Services will be June at at The Lighthouse Full Gospel Church of New with interment to follow in TEACHING CONTINUED FROM Page 1 Couple met while playing intramural basketball workdays separate members from one die Boehles coaching situation allowed Donna and Bobby to spend time with one another and their two Ricky and We were fortunate that we could coach together and raise our kids Donna The paiimet while playing intramural basketball at South west Texas State I knew he was the one when I walked in die Donna Bobby saying he interrupted a conversation Donna was having with another male I said move shes Bobby The college sophomores began dating soon I invited him to play coed volleyball so I could find out who he Donna Neither of us had a so we would meet at the gym and shoot After just three months of dates on the Bobby It was my 21st Donna I saw a box in his pocket and I thought he had bought me this star sap phire necklace I Never one to play Donna reached up and grabbed the it was ring e couple was married after Right out of Donna began teaching at Canyon Middle She stayed there for three and a half years before moving on to Canyon High School where she would spend the remainder of her teaching The transition allowed Donna to follow one class of COUNCIL CONTINUED FROM Page 1 Limmer Street definitely needs attention All four intersections are surrounded by commercial but residences could be depend ing on how far back the improvements The recommended widen ing includes 200feetlong turning lanes in all four directions at the San Anto nio Street and Walnut Avenue intersection in addi tion to an additional lane to serve as a joint right turn and TEXAS CINEMA MARKETPLACE 12 651 Business IH 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And its been worth every Bobby I dont think we ever had a bad Donna nodded in agree Before their Bobby and Donna consis tently attended Canyon Lake volley ball and soccer They plan to continue their active involvement in the NBISD sports All the kids that have played for us have become Donna The Boehles endless sum mer will also give them time to explore other Donna plans to spend time painting abstract art and landscapes and Bobby expects to work on his ranch located west of San Referring to Bobby as her best Donna said there was never any question about whether the two would stop teaching at the same We have very much done everything as a Don na We wanted to retire straight through District 6 councilwoman Lynn whose district encompasses the length of Walnut Avenue under con said she already had received telephone calls and emails from citizens who live along the They basically want us to leave it but it is a main artery in the she It definitely needs some atten COLE CONTINUED FROM Page 1 Friends remember Cole for work in Bulverde the crossing oflexas 46 and 281 will set the course of its growth and development for Coles service came at a tumul tuous time in the history of Bul He served out the term of Bev who resigned in 2002 with three other officials after a protracted budget and then was elected to a full term of his which he was unable to But those who worked with him didnt talk politics they recalled their friendships with a citizen who only reluctantly became an unlikely politician late in life because of his conviction that he could help his Former alderman Warren Alston worked in the late 1990s to help merge the four subdivisions that became Alston called Cole a thoughtful man who listened to people and stuck to his Bill was a man who set He was a man who listened to all kinds of prob lems steered the Alston He believed in what he was doing and did a good Former mayor and mayor pro tem Lemes said she felt her loss in Coles passing was nearly as great as Bulverdes Weve been close Lemes I feel like Ive lost a dear brother instead of just a she had an unlikely personality for a Bill was extremely positive about Lemes He was sincere and all those things we so often he had great To Bill DROWNING CONTINUED FROM Page 1 juties to cause Deputies were working to determine what had hap7 although hV noted there is hydraulic action commonly called an under tow at that Language barriers between local officials and members of the tubing party made it more difficult to understand pre cisely what had he Were understanding there were several children who were rescued from an island out Reynolds said When the children had been EMS personnel saw a life jacket down in the They latched onto the jacket and pulled the deceased out of the No other information was available Its Reynolds Its just one of those unfor tunate things that happen and nobody can really explain Eight people drowned in Canyon Lake or Comal Coun ty rivers in Massage Therapy is now open in iruene next to the Tea Room Specializing in Table Foot We have a couples HOW TO CONTACT US HeraldZeitung 707 Landa New TX 78130 830 Published on Sunday morn ings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung USPS 707 Landa or Drawer New Comal Texas Periodical postage paid by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung in New Subscription rates Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties Three 3 Six 6 One 1 Mail delivery outside Comal County in Texas Three 3 Six 6 One 1 Mail outside Texas Six 6 One 1 Postmaster Send address changes to the New Braunfels Drawer New Delivery problems Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 Tuesday through Friday and by 7 Saturday and Sunday can call 830 Staff directory Doug Editor and Publisher 201 email@example.com Gary Managing Editor 220 firstname.lastname@example.org Valerie Business Manager 202 email@example.com Lisa Composing Manager 205 firstname.lastname@example.org Henry Production Manager 214 Jeff Circulation 228 email@example.com Neice Marketing 208 firstname.lastname@example.org Classified call 215 display call 208 call personified all those She recalled when early in approached her after a city He was planning and zoning chair and she was an alderman at the was much opposed to the citys no growth He Ive heard youre thinking about running for may Lemes and he told me hed had the same He If thats what you want to Ill back off and support you 100 That points up exactly what Im trying to say about He had values he stuck and he would not change those for political Lemes had a difficult tenure with a divided council marked by political infighting with her In July the city adminis trator In August of that same after passing a city budget in a heated and marathon meeting that ran until nearly Road Commissioner Philip Thomason and City Financial Officer Molly Martin all resigned their posts in The city turned to Cole to pick up the pieces of government and move Bulverde In contention with a faction that wanted to restrict the size of government and growth in Bul Cote got a subdivision ordi nance through the infant citys planning commission and coun butting heads for years over the need for the city to create and adopt a comprehensive plan for growth and I cant tell you how many hours Bill must have spent away from home and Lemes He really pushed hard for the comprehensive It near ly didnt I would almost call it the Bill Cole Comprehen sive Cole and his devot ed much time to the Branch Area Scholarship They worked hard for the kids in our and they did nt even have Lemes CORRECTION Sundays story about a recent lawsuit filed against the City of Bulverde misidentified the library benefiting from a land gift from The library should have been referred to as the Bul Branch nxnsunmr SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot million BB VyEDNESDAYLOTJO Jackpot million TEXflS LOTTEfl PICO Day Night 523 TEXAS TWOSTEP CASHJIVE 4891019 MEGA MILLIONS Check it out THERES A REASON WERE NOT CALLED THE 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