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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 25, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas                                June HERALDZErruNG Page 3A Paid advertisements HOWARD BEUTLER Howard Bcutler died on June 23 at McKen na Memorial Hospital after complications from He was Born in Wis consin on January Howard had a wonderful He married Doris Stuckert in They raised four He served in the United States Army during World War II in England and Howard worked for Nbrdberg manufacturing Company in WI for 44 years in Systems Data He and his wife retired to Florida in 1979 where he started a whole new career orchid and rose gardener for the DuPont family in Palm After the death of his Howard moved to New TX where he has lived with his daughter and her family for the past 18 He was very active in the Commu volunteering at the Chamber of Commerce Visi tors the Food bank and his He continued using his green thumb by attending to the orchid greenhouses of Bob and Jean He was preceded in death by his in 1985 and his in Those who live on after him with his memory on their hearts and lips include his son Howard and of WI his Sue Hahn and hus of New Braun TX his David and wife of His of whom he was so include Heidi Herbrand and hus Joel of WI Jon BeutlerWoo of WI Katie Mills and of TN Nick Buske and of TX Amy Hahn of MN Jason Halm and wife Grace of Corpus TX Zakary Hahn of New TX Helen Beutler and Matthew Beutier of His greatgrandchildren are Abby and Hannah of WI and Sennet Grace Mills of Howard is also survived by his Harvey Beuder of WI his brodierinlaw and sisterin Robert and Betty Stuck ert of TN nephews and nieces and dear friends in New Milwaukee and Boynton A Memorial Service for Howard will be held in New Braunfels on Sunday June 26 at PM at Peace Lutheran 1147 Walnut A second service will be held in Milwaukee on July In lieu of the fam ily asks that memorials be given to Peace Lutheran Church or the Food Arrangements under the direction of Zoeller Funeral ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations 615 New Braunfels 830 6252349 HERBERT WILLIAM DAVID Herbert William David of San Antonio passed away on June at home after a long and courageous fight with He was born in Atascosa attended Coker Community Alamo Heights High School and Southwest Texas State Herb was well known and respected in the insurance business for 43 years and a partner in the Bai ley Gosling Insurance He was a member of the Cadil lac Mens Club and die Ger mania Fanners Verein located on the land his family donated to near Herb was preceded in death by his Herbert and Julia Schraub He is survived by his beloved wife of 48 Dian a Karen Cluck and Jonathan Cluck of Texas a Timothy Krause and daugh Kerrie Krause of Texas grandchildren Jonathan William Mackenzie Krause and Ethaij Krause numerous fam ily members and many beloved The family will receive friends June 26th from to at Francis of Assisi Catholic San Sunday June 2005 Francis Of Assisi Catholic 4201 DeZavalaSan Texas Monday June 2005 Francis Of Assisi Catholic Church In lieu of the family request memorial contribu tions be made to Box San Texas Interment in Sunset Memorial San You are invited to sign the guestbookat Arrangement with PORTER LORING 1101 McCULLOUGH SAN TEXAS 800 4602704 LORRAINE KENNEMER Lorraine age passed away June at her home in New She was born January 1929 at Texas to Richard and Fran cis Kaluza She mar ried Kenneth Kennemer on March 1951 at She was a retired Registered having worked as Director of Nursing a number of years at Eden followed by Colonial Manor Care Survivors include her hus Kenneth Kennemer of New Braunfels 2 Stephen Kennemer of Canyon Lake and Darrel Kennemer and his wife Lenora of New Braunfels 1 Karen Denice Ken nemer of New Braunfels 1 Helen Finch of Rosen Texas 4 Melissa Pelata and her hus band Chad Ken Tiffany Kennemer and Stephen Kennemer all of New Braunfels and 1 great Mackenzie She is also survived by her Val Comley and husband who raised her as their It was Kennemers wishes to be The family will have a Memorial Service at a later Memorial donations may be given to Hope Doeppenschmidt FUNERAL HOME New Braunfels 830 6253434 BEN R LOUISE WOLLE Ben Louise Wolle of New Braunfels passed June at the age of Funeral serv ices will be conducted at AM June 2005 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Interment will fol low at Hills Round Texas at PM Mon Visitation will begin PM until PM Saturday and continue on Sunday AM until PM at the Funeral The family will receive friends at the Funeral Home Sunday PM until Doeppenschmidt New Braunfels 830 6253431 REBATES CONTINUED FROM Page 1A of jobs also increase the property taxes local governments col lect on what had been an empty Hill Country Furniture Partners joins injection molding firm Moll Industries in filling the former Flextron ics which brings back more than 600 of the 700 full time jobs lost here when Flextronics moved its New Braunfels production off Commissioners Court Thursday joined the City of New Braunfels in extending incentives designed to bring Hill Countrys distribution center and headquarters for the Interstate 35 corridor from Austin to New Braun We certainly welcome you to Comal County and look forward to many years of a favorable relationship with your said County Judge Danny Hill Country Furniture Partners is a distributor for Wisconsinbased Ashley Fur which is the third largest furniture company in die United Ashley Fur niture expects sales to top billion in 2005 and is the top selling brand of home furnishings in Chris who is one of three partners in the local told commission ers the company selected New Braunfels as the site for its regional distribution cen ter and corporate headquar ters in Texas after looking at other cities up and down the 135 We found New Braunfels to be very Rhett Precinct 3 Commissioner Greg Parker made the motion for approval of the abatement because the build ing is located in his Its an excellent agree said who ran for office in 2004 on a plat form of training and Its a win for all of Parker noted the county and school districts would benefit from property taxes on the improvements to what is now an empty and the city and county would enjoy the ben efits of sales taxes they dont now Theyll ship their Texas sales through New Braun Parker Thats the greatest thing about Theyll create jobs and sales taxes for Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Eco nomic Development Direc tor Rusty Brockman wel comed the news that the county had approved the Hill Country brings a cor porate neighbor to the table dials veiy positive not only because the jobs are good and theres many of Brockman They believe in participating in the community as a good and were delighted the city and the county have chosen to partner with Brockman said this and other recent economic development successes were largely due to the atti tudes of city and county offi I will have to say as we have on the last several proj ects that Judge the Chuck the mayor and city council have been nothing but posi tive and easy to work Brockman Its a great partnership we and its been a pleasure to have a team effort like this that can make these kinds of tilings GREAT SHOPS SAME LOCATION That Place LOOK FOR THE UNUSUAL Gently Used Home Clocks 830 6253342 Furniture on Consignment Antiques Furniture WORKSHOP ON SITE We show sell for you 830 7437284 Tuesday thru Saturday Hours 10am 5pm 1604 IH35 North New TX North of Canyon High School on the IH35 access road I09RG6M DOMAIN CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Attorney says ruling writ impact New Braumds could try to get the land through eminent Right landowners here dont want to While who also serves as president of the Comal County Farm is worried about the rulings impact on the agricultural he said every citi zen should be worried about the courts Its a horrible People think that in America you own your own but that doesnt seem to be the case right he die state of Texas will prevent this from happening I can guarantee you we will contact our local State Carter RNew said she understood Kreuslers fears and hoped her fellow Texas lawmakers would be more respectful of property rights than the federal SEPTIC CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Systems valued at HOOO eackmisinghome values That septic system has been in the ground for 30 she It doesnt seem All they want to do is raise more While taxing entities will get more money from some of the new they will not get any more from Thanks to the senior tax Turner is exempt from paying for her bathroom facil even though the value of her home continues to The values dont just the Rodgers repeating an explanation many homeowners had heard I thinkTexas is pretty careful about using eminent but we will be making sure our laws are restrictive enough to make sure property owners are she City Attorney Charlie Zech said he did not believe the recent ruling would make much of a difference in the way especially New It would be a slap in the face of my city council to say they would try and use eminent domain just because of a Supreme Court he Zech noted die courts desig nation of economic develop ment as public good already was included in the Texas Con Despite Kreuslers Zech said he did not believe any area of New Braunfels would ever meet the same dis tressed criteria that applied in the New London This really was a narrow holding in a case with very unique he I dont think it would ever pass judicial scrutiny if a city decided to just give a develop er someone elses since valuation notices arrived in the mail last And if a senior lives in an area with out a tax like the City of Garden or one of the countys Emergency Service they might see their payment rise just Although his staff has been busy answering questions aris ing from the tax Rodgers said the number of protests had not increased Property have been rising steadily for the last 10 Last years final tax roll showed the city of New Braunfels tax base grew by million to a bil lion Comal 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