New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 16, 2005, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 16, 2005

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 16, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, August 16, 2005 — Herald-Zettung — Page 3 I Paid advertisements MARIO A. MONTOYA Funeral arrangements are complete at the Zoeller Funeral Home for Mario A. Montoya, who passed away on Saturday, August 13,2005 in San Antonio at the age of 51 years. Mario was a 1972 graduate of New Braunfels High School and received his Bachelor of Business Administration in accounting from Southwest Texas and a Associate degree in Applied Science-Com-puters Programming from San Antonio .J College. Mario was preceded in death by his parents, Crecen-cio and Hortensia M. Mon-toyo. He is survived by his loving wife, Angie Montoya of New Braunfels; sons, juan Carlos and Ricardo Andres Montoya; brother, Ray Montoya and three sisters, Oralia Flores and husband Jose, Gloria Terrazas and husband Pete, Lydia Hurtado and husband Ben and Hortencia Lamberty and husband Uby. Visitation will begin at 8:00 a.m. Tuesday at the Zoeller Funeral Home and continue until 9:30 a.m. Wednesday. JOSEPHINE KNETSCH ZIPP Josephine Knetsch Zipp, born July 5, 1913 passed from this life Monday August 15, 2005 at the age of 92. She was preceded in death by her husband, Kermit Zipp; and parents, August and Ida Knetsch. She is survived by her daughters, Clare L. Miller of New Braunfels and Diane Shaw of San Antonio; grandchildren, Joe Mark Miller, Jody Lisk and WANDA JOYCE WELCH Funeral Arrangements are pending at Doeppen-schmidt Funeral Home, A rosary will be recited Tuesday evening at 7:00 p.m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home. A procession will depart the funeral home on Wednesday, August 17,2005 at 9:30 a.m. for a 10:00 a.m. mass at the Holy Family Catholic Church. Interment will follow in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. The family has requested that memorial contributions be given to the American Heart Assn. ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals & Cremations 615 Landa, New Braunfels (830) 625-2349 husband Marty of New Braunfels, Susan Hedding and husband Joe of San Antonio; 3 great grandchildren, Taylor Lisk, Jaclyn and Joseph Hedding. Her wish was to be cremated. Anyone who knew our mother, just a fond memory and a prayer would be appreciated. Arrangements with; Puente & Sons 1254 But Loop 35N New Braunfels Texts 78151 8.50-4(24-0500 Canyon Lake, TX, for Wanda Joyce Welch who passed away at the age of 62, Sunday, August 14, 2005 at her residence. VJ DAY CONTINUED FROM Page 1 Asia also observed anniversary to the beach to admire the sea, drink some beer and think about what hed seen and done. There would be no Japanese warships or aircraft coming at him or his fellow sailors from over the horizon; it was over. “I knew I was going home,” Lewis said. While Lewis worked in his yard Monday, Asia commemorated the 60th anniversary of Japan’s World War II surrender by honoring the dead and searching for reconciliation. Japan’s leader tried to salve wounds by apologizing for the “great damages and pain” it inflicted on its neighbors. With ceremonies and protests, the region memorialized the end to a conflict that killed millions of soldiers and civilians from the jungles of Burma to the glistening beaches of the Pacific and the sprawling cities of Japan and Korea. Anger mixed with sorrow amid rekindled tension between Tokyo and the countries its Imperial Army invaded decades ago. Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi expressed “deep reflections and heartfelt apology" for the Tokyo’s wartime colonization and pledged that his country would never forget the “terrible lessons” of the war, which ended Aug. 15,1945. NBISD CONTINUED FROM Page 1 Increase used up budget surplus the state Legislature, but said any amount they required for teacher raises would not be added on to the new raises. “We’re not sure what they will do, if anything, but anything they do add would not be added on to this," he said. Various House and Senate bills have proposed raises as much as $1,500 per year. If legislators also approve state funds for any requirements they pass, the district will add funds allocated for its approved raises back into the general fund. The salary increase used up all of the $2.1 million budget surplus left over from last year’s budget, and then some, but Trustee Ed Clark still called for returning some of the district’s reserve funds to the patrons. “The money is not burning a hole in my pocket," he said. “But I want to make sure we make good decisions for taxpayers, students and employees.” In other business, trustees approved five new teachers to make up for larger than expected growth on several elementary campuses. $ Tokyo, Beijing Taipei and Seoul MANDY REARY/Herald-Zeitung Bob Lewis, a retired Naval Chief who fought during World War ll, remembers each of the areas of combat he was in and received medals for. “Our country has caused great damages and pain to people in many countries, especially our Asian neighbors, through colonization and invasion,” Koizumi said in a statement. At a ceremony shortly thereafter, Koizumi and Emperor Akihito — son of wartime Emperor Hirohito — bowed before an alter of chrysanthemums at a nationally televised service for the nation’s estimated 3 million war dead. Japan’s relations with some of its Asian neighbors are at die lowest in years in part because of disputes about whether Japan has properly' atoned for its past aggressions. The issue has contributed to opposition to Tokyo’s bid for a permanent seat on the U.N. Security Council. Fueling the grievances are Koizumi’s controversial visits to Tokyo’s Yasukuni war shrine and his government’s approval of Iiistory textbooks that critics say whitewash wartime atrocities such as the Rape of Nanjing, in which Japanese troops massacred as many as 300,000 people while taking the Chinese city in 1937. Tensions have also been stoked by disputes between over resource-rich islands off their coasts, and Japan’s running argument with China over gas drilling in a contested area of the East China Sea. Concerns over communist North Korea’s nuclear weapons program have also increased regional friction. Protesters in Hong Kong, which Japan occupied from 1941-45, marched on Tokyo's consulate Monday, saying Japan had not sufficiently atoned for military aggression and chanting “Japan’s hands are full of fresh blood.” Scores of police, meanwhile, guarded Japan’s Beijing embassy as China marked the anniversary demanding that Japanese leaders face up to suffering inflicted by their nation. “Only with an honest attitude toward history can a nation win reconciliation and then integrate into the global community,” the China Daily newspaper said. China’s Foreign Ministry had no immediate comment on Koizumi’s "heartfelt apology.” North and South Korea used the anniversary as an opportunity to reconcile political differ-ences that have kept the peninsula divided since the end ofWorid War ll. Liberation Day, a national holiday in both countries, was celebrated Monday by using a fiber-optic cable laid across the heavily fortified inter-Korean border to enable about 40 separated families to reunite over video links. The Associated Press contributed to this report.Texas Physical Therapy Specialists "The Best in Musculoskeletal Care" • Ortho/Sports Rehab • Aquatics/Heated pool • Manual Therapy Doctoral trained, Board Certified physical therapists specializing in the non-operative care of spine pain, arthritis, and other joint and soft-tissue disorders. Wellness and Fitness experts. Over 25 years of collective experience. 1324 Common Street in the Common Market center *1 Call or visit us for more information! 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