New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 7, 2007, Page 3

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January 07, 2007

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 7, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, January 7, 2007 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 3A OBITUARIES Paid advertisements JACK BISHOP jack Bishop of New Braunfels passed away Friday, January 5,2007 at McKenna Memorial I lospital at the age of 86.1 Ie was born in Cuero, Texas to Hubert B. Bishop and Mary Emma (King) Bishop. Mr. Bishop was a builder contractor and operated the Jack Bishop Construction Co. for over 30 years. I Ie was a member of First Baptist Church, the Elks, and the Charter Commission for the city of New Braunfels. I Ie was also Charter President and Organizer of Comal County Builders and Contractors Association. He is survived by his wife, Maxine Bishop of New Braunfels; daughters, Mary Ann Bishop Renz and husband Roland J. of Brandon, MS and Janette Carol Bishop Butler and husband David VV. of New Braunfels; Step-sons, Gary Callaway and Galen Callaway and wife Cindy of Boerne, TX; grandchildren, Paul C. Renz, Charles W. Renz, Dawn N. Renz Miller, LonnaS. Davis, Usa A. Kinlin; great-grandchildren, Tyler D. Miller, Alina A. Miller, Sullivan J. Miller, Ashley N. Davis, C.J. Davis, and Kirk A. Davis; and one great-great grandchild. Mr. Bishop was preceded in death by his first wife, Mary Alice Long Bishop in 1985; brothers, Russell McMahon, I filbert B. Bishop, and Elroy Bishop; and sister, Evelyn B. Spicer. Public visitation will begin 5 p.m. Monday at Zoeller Funeral I tome and will continue until 9 p.m. Funeral services will be held IO a.m. Tuesday, January 9, 2007, at First Baptist Church with interment to follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Memorial contributions may be given to: National Alliance on Mental Illness, Donor Services, P.O. Box 630577, Baltimore, MD 21263-0577 ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals & Cremations ■Jdmwy 615 lamia, New Braunfels (830) 625-2349 PHYLLIS WHIPPLE A very patient and talented teacher. Unique and creative artist The Bequest To My Children Cara, Richard & Chris I cannot give you piles of gold For I have none I cannot give you stars that glow Or the shining sun I cannot give you wisdom and grace For these things you must earn But I give you loads of love With no thought of return. (A poem by Phyllis Whipple) Made it home safelv to Legislative session promises fireworks heaven on January 4th, 2007. Memorial will be held at the San Marcos Cemetery on January 13th 2007 at noon. ZOELLER FI JNERAL HOME Funerals & Cremations (jig) 6151 anda, New Braunfels (830) 625-2349 CHARLES S. PARKER Charles S. Parker (Chuck). 78, passed away Wednesday, January 3, 2007 at his residence in Canyon Lake, Texas. Mr. Parker was born in Conway, South Carolina, was formerly a resident of Columbia, Missouri and Sumter, SC and had been a resident of Canyon Lake for over 20 years. Ile worked in the construction business and worked his way up to Superintendent. I Ie served honorably for several years in the South Carolina National Guard and was a former member of the Elks Lodge. lie is preceded in death by his parents. He is survived by his two sons; Ronnie Parker and his wife Helen, of Columbia, Missouri, and Timothy Parker of Seattle, Washington, two grandsons; Blaise Parker of Columbia, MO, and Zak-query Rodgers, of Harrisburg, MO., and numerous nieces, nephews, and cousins. A memorial service will be held on Monday, January 8, 2007, at I p.m. at the Doep-penschmidt Funeral Home in Canyon Lake, Texas. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the Tye Preston Memorial Library in Canyon Lake, Texas. HELEN A. HARBORTH Helen A. Harborth, 91, passed away on Thursday, January 4, 2007. She was a resident of the Colonial Manor Care Center in New Braunfels, Texas. She was a native Texan, born in New Braunfels and lived here all her life. She was a longtime member of several organizations, including past president of the American Legion Auxiliary #179 and the VFW Auxiliary and a long time member of the First Protestant Church in New Braunfels. Mrs. Harborth was previously married to her beloved husband of 47 years, Erwin I larborth, who preceded her in death in 1983. She is also preceded in death by her parents. Mrs. Harborth is survived by her sister-in-law, four nieces and several cousins. A visitation will be beld from 6 to 9 p.m. on Sunday, January 7 at Doeppen-schmidt Funeral Home. A graveside service will be held on Monday, January 8 at 2 p.m., at the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park in New Braunfels, TX, with Pastor Tim Judkins officiating. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the American Legion or First Protestant Church. © Doeppensehmidt FUNERAL HOME New Braunfels (830) 625-3434 Doeppensch illicit FUNERAL NIIMI Canyon Lake (830) 964-3050 ANGEL CARMELLO ERSKINE Angel Cannelle) Erskine, passed away Thursday, January 4, 2007. A graveside service will be held IO a.m., Tuesday. January 9, 2007 at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals & Cremations 615 ( anda, New Braunfels (830) 625-2349 GERTRUDE EVELYN ALEXANDER Gertrude Evelyn Alexander, 93, passed away early Saturday morning at Kirkwood Manor in New Braun-fels, Texas. Services are pending with Doeppen-schmidt Funeral I tome. Doeppensehmidt FUNERAL HOME New Braunfels (830) 625-3434 AUSTIN (AP) — Immigration, school vouchers and harsher punishments for sex offenders are among a buff et of hot-but ton issues awaiting Texas lawmakers when a new legislative session starts Tuesday. Then there are tile complex tasks of balancing the budget, dealing with rising property appraisals and possibly revising the business tax enacted during a special legislative session last year to help fund schools. Add in some rough and tumble political gamesmanship like that playing out in the race for speaker of the Texas I louse of Representatives and it could make for a long and unpredictable five months in Austin. The results of the speakers race and the attitude of lawmakers after its over could determine the session’s success. Much will depend on whether Democrats and Republicans — not to mention moderates and hard-liners within dach party — can get along. "It’s going to take legislators willing to put partisanship and divisiveness aside to work for the greater good of this state,” said Robert Black, spokesman for Republican Gov. Rick Perry. The fireworks could begin when tile biennial session starts on Tuesday. That ’s wtien I louse members will choose a speaker, who can control tile destiny of most I louse proposals. Republican Tom Craddick of Midland has held the job since 2003 and lias been criticized as being dictatorial and heavy-handed. Two fellow Republicans — Rep. Brian McCall of Plano and Rep. Jim Pitts of Waxahachie — announced plans in late December to challenge him. McCall on Thursday threw Iris support behind Pitts, a former Craddick ally. Mondays services ■ I Ielen A. I larborth, 91,2 p.m. Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park, New Braunfels. ■ diaries S. Parker, 78, I p.m. Doeppensehmidt Funeral I tome, Canyon Lake. Former HUD officials wife to run for council Group gets $375 million contract SANANTONIO (AP)—The wife of former Clinton administration official I lenry Cisneros has decided to run for a San Antonio city council seat. Mary Alice Cisneros will officially announce her candidacy at the couple’s home Saturday, but she said Friday that with the couple’s youngest son off to college, the time is finally right for her to seek a municipal office. " Fbe needs are still here,” said Mary Alice Cisneros, 57. “My husband served a number of years in public service so I’m used to being out in the forefront.” The seat she is seeking May 12 was held by her husband nearly three decades ago. Being married to a long-time politician “comes with a great deal of wisdom,” she said. I lenry Cisneros was mayor here during the 1980s and later served four years as the secretary of the Department of I lousing and Urban Development. He left that office “My husband served a number of years in public service so I’m used to being out in the forefront.” — Mary Alice Cisneros running for a San Antonio city council seat under investigation by an independent counsel into lies he told the FBI about support payments to a former mistress. Ile pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor in that case in 1999. The couple moved back to San Antonio in 2000. SUGAR LAND (AP) — A Texas-based nonprofit consortium has been awarded a $375 million contract to manage research and technology for natural gas production and oil exploration and the development of new energy sources, officials announced Saturday. The Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America will award contracts to universities, research institutions, national laboratories and industry partners. The 10-year contract was awarded to the research partnership by the U.S. Department of Energy. The group is based in the I Ralston suburb of Sugar Land. “Now is the time for our “Now is the time for our nation to focus on sustainable energy... the future begins now." — Nick Lampson U.S. representative nation to focus on sustainable energy,” said U.S. Rep. Nick Lampson, D-Sugar Land. “We can begin to look forward to the day when the United States will use sustainable energy sources and not have to depend on foreign energy sources. With this contract we can say the future begins now.” The contract is funded from royalties to the government that are paid by oil and gas companies using federal lands, Lampson said. G-N-G TOURS SCHEDULE Pronreso.MX. Border Town Jan. 24th-S37.0U pp (ver\ sale) Winstar Casino: Jan 30/31 S45 pp/ilbl/txcp gel $20.00 from camino 4000 slots to plus Monterrev.MX: Feb.2/3/4 $l89.00pp/dbl/occp. • Slav at 5 Hotel 2 nights • very sale no passport needed Kickapoo Lucky Eagle Casino: Feb 12 • Day Trip* KIK)slots lo play • $5.00 pp King Kanch/Corpus Christi Feb 2oih • Day I rip Largest working ranch • $59.00 pp (830) 899-5513 / (888) 733-7324 www.gngtours.com. Newspaper of the Year HERALD ZEITUNC JferHaae jlCemoriafsLESSONSAGES 10-ADULT LEARN HOW TO PAINT! CLASSES START JAN. 16 Downtown New Braunfels CASA DE LINDA ART STUDIO830-624-5302fBerfio re/, '/'a mi/if Cf'e/*/<// fare Presented by Ors. Brrr’ & Donald Bettfonl ADDITION BV SUBTRACTION The "wisdom" teeth, or third molars, are the ones that come in at the very hack of the mouth usually between ages 17 and 24. Our ancestors had greater need for third molars, due to their more primitive diets. And while some patients may automatically assume that these teeth are largely supertluous, that is not necessarily the ease. If you have sufficient room in your mouth to accommodate wisdom teeth and they erupt properly, they may remain. However, if there is not enough room for them and/or they become impacted (unerupted), it is generally recommended that they he extracted. This helps avoid disruption of adjacent teeth and the potential of infection associated with a partially erupted tooth. Properly diagnosed, designed, and custom fabricated mouthguards are essential in the prevention of athletic oral/facial injuries. Talk to your dentist about having a custom mouthguard made specifically for you or your children. They will fit comfortably and offer the best protection for your or their smile. At BEDFORD FAMILY DENTISTRY. we believe in the importance of regular dental health care. We’re located at 831 Landa. Suite D, where we encourage children and adults to start and continue a healthy habit of regular dental checkups so their smiles will last a lifetime. We want you and your family to look and feel your very best. Please call us at 830.625.7757 to schedule an appointment. We have flexible payment plans and accept most insurance. Let us give you something to smile about. "VV*excel in cmatir# beautiful smiles" www.bedfordfamilydentistry.com We design headstones and monuments to memorialize your loved ones resting place. • Caskets • Granite Markers • Bronze Markers • Urns • Funeral Consultations Upc We are providers of caskets with designs that you and your family can appreciate and can afford. Come visit with us before you speak to a funeral home! Pet Memorials! They have been a part of your family for ma ay years, They were your faithful companions through good times and bad, They’ were there to greet you at the door everyday, They should be remembered just like “family”. Granite • Natural River Rod * Dofomiuc Stone • Petffisvivaraa Flagstone “It s going to take legislators willing to put partisanship and divisiveness aside....” — Robert Black spokesman for Gov. Rick Perry Craddick’s supporters say his strong leadership has enabled the Legislature to solve many thorny issues, such as school finance reform. And bis spokeswoman, Alexis DeLee, said he bas more than enough support to win another term. “We’re still confident in our numbers," DeLee said. This year it will take at least 75 votes in the 149-member chamber to elect a new speaker. One Houston-area seat is vacant because of a death but will be filled within the next month. Once the speaker’s race is settled, the only thing lawmakers are legally required to do is adopt a multibillion-dollar state budget. But even that won t be easy thanks to last year’s massive property tax overhaul. To meet a court order, the legislature met in special session last spring and implemented $13.5 billion in tax cuts for 2006-07, to be made up with new state revenue. That will cause total state spending to surge, likely surpassing the spending limit lawmakers are constitutionally required to set at the start of the session. Even with an expected surplus of about $15 billion, that puts fiscally conservative Republicans in a rough spot: deciding whether to abide by the spending constraints or vote to bust the cap. Their decision will dictate how much money they have to spend on oilier programs, like health care, schools and prisons.LESSONSAGES 10-ADULT LEARN HOW TO PAINT! CLASSES START JAN. 16 Downtown New Braunfels CASA DE LINDA ART STUDIO830-624-5302 Phone (830) 643-1431 1996 \\. San Antonio St., New Braunfels, TX "’8130 Tom /Consider Jliese THOUGHTSby Jacob Puente THE AGK OF ENLIGHTENMENT The Roman orator Cicero attributes to Cato tile Elder, who died at the age of 85. the thought that "each season of life has ai, advantage peculiarly its own.” It was his opinion that the best comes last, when a person is liberated from the demands of mating and attaining. It is then that a person can think freely and seivnelv. Cato w ent on to exclaim: "For it is among the old. that thought reason, and deliberation are to be found; it there had never been any old men. there would nev er have been any civilization at all.” All of which is to say that w isdom and enlightenment come with age and experience. These ate tilings to kx>k forw ard to. When a person dies, we acknow ledge his or lier passing by holding a funeral, which is the traditional way in this countiy to honor and pay last respects to a dear departed. A call is made to a funeral nome, which takes care of removing die body, often from a nursing home, hospital or hospice. When you need assistance with funeral services, please give us a call. Our experienced start is available to answer questions anti assist with funeral arrangements, including pre-planning. ■ “Atter I am dead. I'd rather have people ask why I have no monument than why I have one “ Cato the Hiller Puente k Sons 1254 Business 35 N PO Box 312018 New Braunfels. TX 78130 830-624-0500 www.puenteands0n3.com ;

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