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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 10, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas September 2005 HERALDZEITUNG Page 3A Paid advertisements John of 2028 Small Town New a native and longtime resident of Adams and local high school died early Friday morning at his He was born in Adams on September a son of the late Roman and Mary Adamczyk He attended Adams and graduated from the for mer Adams High School in He received his Bache lor of Science degree from Southeastern Massachusetts and took gradu ate level courses at Westfleld and Fitchburg State and the former North Adams State and had tak en several courses in weld machine and Babula served with the US Army during the Korean He first worked at the for mer Berkshire Hathaway Mill in where he was in charge of machinery and building maintenance and was plant until the mill was liquidat ed in He also worked as supervisor of the mainte nance department at the for mer Budd Paper Mill in Adams for several He became an instructor of Plant Maintenance at McCann Vocational Techni cal High School in North Adams in when that program was first being and continued there until his retirement in He was a communicant of Stanislaus Kostka where he served as a He was a member of the Stanislaus Kostka Society and the Adams Lodge of He was a for mer Adams Town Meeting and had served on the Adams Planning He enjoyed coin and stamp and wood He is survived by his wife of 49 the former Elaine whom he married on September 1956 2 Sons James Babula and his of and Robert Babula and his of New Texas 1 Daugh terAnn Lenkowski and her of MA 1 Broth er Chester Babula of North MA 5 Grandchil dren Ryan and Megan Babula of Georgia Tyler and Nicole Babula of New and Seth Berti of MA and several grandnieces The funeral will be held on September at AM from the AUGE PACIOREKSIMMONS Funeral 13 Hoosac followed by a Litur gy of Christian Burial at AM in Stanislaus Kostka cele brated by Daniel Pastor of the Catholic Parishes of Burial will follow in Stanislaus Kostka Calling hours are from 4 to 7 PM at the funeral Memo rial donations maybe made to the American Cancer Society through the funeral To leave a message of con or for please go online to CUELLAR CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Congressman proud of area residents Cuellar said hearing the news of the outpouring of love from New Braunfels was not a sur This is part of my and Im very proud of the folks he they Brenda They have gone over board for You dont know how hard they The Mingles and their family at Slumber Falls are still trying to figure out what their future will But while waiting on news from New they are working to become a part of New We want to go but we dont have anything to go back Brenda So if it takes a year or well stay in Were looking for and were trying to get The children in the family began school Thursday and have quickly become Unicorns in the New Braunfels Indepen dent School Theyre enjoying said Eddie who had three children Theyve come home two days in a row with smiles on their Were going to a football game tonight Theyre just The increase of students at local schools is one issue Cuel lar is worried about as he works in He said the billion Congress has agreed to LORRAINE ROPER Funeral arrangements are complete at the Zoeller Funer al Home for Lorraine who passed away in Texas on Septem ber 2005 at the age of 85 She is survived by two Harold Roper of Missouri and Harvey Roper of California two Judy Serviere of Texas and Joyce Kuykendall of Texas seven grandchildren thirteen greatgrandchildren and two A memorial service for Roper will be conducted at a later ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations Check it out For Info leading to arrest a conviction and recovery of property from Burglary ot Crooked Door Recording Studio 1060 New TX tJt Laat IRIS RHIZOMES SALE by NEW BRAUNFELS IRIS SOCIETY at THE PLANT HAUS 956 Walnut Street SEPTEMBER 9AM1PM Good Selection All Colors 615 New Braunfels 830 6252349 HflPPY BIRTHD6E Dorothy Marie Bagley Dottie A long time resident of New Braunfels turned eighty years young on She will be celebrating her birthday on 2005 with many of her friends and family that dearly love Along with a hot air balloon ride weather permitting fiv We Love You Granny READ ALL ABOUT IT IN HERALDZEITUNG Dallas 3ttormmjscuis THE SUNDAY COMBO The DALLAS MORNING NEWS and your home town one of the fastest growing daily newspapers in Together you get All For Only SAVE TV Magazine News national and Coupons national and local USA Weekend and Parade Magazines Aggie sports Nine syndicated columnists Sports Day features Travel section Available MANDY Eddie Williams shows Congressman Henry Cuellar his family tree which was created after his family of 50 sought shelter at Slumber Falls after the evacuation of New spend so far is primarily to help estimated to 70000stu million a evacuees and help rebuild New dents will be going to schools in After talking to Nao He hopes more mon The federal government mi the matriarch of the ey will be appropriated to offset should pay for and I extended said she was the increased burdens to believe they should pay it right thrilled with the outpouring school districts and to the school We also from but she really state need to look at Medicare reim wanted to go For we feel the fed This is the second time eral government should bear Cuellar said the states share around for Cosey the not the local govern of Medicare and Medicaid My children and we were in Cuellar Its been costs could run as high as Kick off the Fall Allergy Season with Central Texas Health Research Volunteers ages 12 and over are needed for a Fall Allergy Study involving an investigational Qualified participants will be For more please call 8 3 CARTER CASTEEL Galloping out of the darkness to take up the cause of law and order throughout the West comes the legendary Figure of Straight Arrow A STRAIGHT ARROW IN 1HE TEXAS HOUSE Dinner and Dancin1 6 i v v I 11 11 Gruene Hall Gfueoe Historic District 1281 GnieM 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