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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 3, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 OBITUARIES  HERALD-ZEiTUNG.COM | Wednesday, August 3, 2011 | 3 HOW TO SUBMIT AN OBITUARY  ■    By Emiil (^tsOheratdieitung com  ■    ByTdtphon« —Call62S9144,ext 214 (Saturday ext 221) Obituaries are paid admtisements  Bernard (Ben) Padilla Gana  Bernard (Ben) Kidilla Ciarza, passed away peacefully Sunday )uly 31,  2011, at the age of 84. Born May 12, 1927 in Kyle, Texas to luan and C'lumacinda Padilla Garza.  He was a self-taught master c ar[K>n-ter for over Í0 years. He t(M)k great )ride in his work as a custom home )uilder and cabinet maker. 1 low(*ver, his greatest love was his Gar/a, family. He will be missed but never forgott(*n.  Ben is survived by his beloved wife Racjucd ('larza; sons David (leanette) Gar/a; lason (jarza; Armando (Mary H(’len) D.jvila; daughters Susan (( had) Dale;  Martha (C urtis) jont's;  ( ynthia (Daniel) Kinghorn; lenniter (jarza; Mrs. I inda Martinez; many grand-(hildren, great grandchildren; numerous nieces, nephews, and (ousins.  I le is preceded in death by his par(‘nts; son |o('y (larza; brothers )uan  feli()e Garza, Thomas (larza, Benito (jarza; sisters (juadaluf)e Sau(edo; Margarita Mendez; Manuela (iarza; and Supo[)a Rodriguez.  Special thanks and gratitude to FlifJa Garza, Rick (jar/a, lame Ramirez, and Mary Antu for all of their love, help and sufiport through this diffic ult time.  Rosary will take f)lac(‘ August 4, 2011, at 7:00 PM al the Hill ('ountry Events (enter on ( enter-point Drive in San Marcos, TX. Private cremation and buri.il will \w held at a later date.  Maria B. Campos  I uneral arrangements are com()lete at the Zoeller I uneral Home for Maria B ( ampos, who p.issed .nvay on August 1, 2011 at (he ( hristus Santa Rosa Hospital at the* age ot 91 years.  She is survived by her son, lesse ( ampos of New Brauntt'ls.  Visitation will Ix'gin a! 12:00 noon Thursday at the Zoeller f uneral 1 lome with tuner al servic es at 7; U) [).m. m the Zoeller Funeral Home chiipel. Services will ( on-c lude at the funeral home  /( niNHR.\l.lf()Ml  f unrr.ii*'I*« C n-matioRs  hi'i laiul.i. Now  (810) 62!v2.'í4‘»  Richard Lee Trayer  Funeral arrangements art' comf)let(‘ at tht' Zoeller Funeral Flome tor Ri( h.ird l ee Traver, who passed away on August 1, 201 I at the ( hristus Santa Rosa I los[)ital at the ag<‘ ot (»4 years.  The tamily will be present starting at 1 I : U) a.m. Friday, August S, 201 1 at the Zoeller Funt'ral I lome  Leonard Powell  Fumerai arrangenu'nts are comf)lete at Z(K*ll(‘r Funeral Home for l (H)nard Powell. 91, of New Braunfels, who [)assed away on fhursdav, lulv 28, 201 1 at Alzcare Assistc'd living. a\ (jravc‘side Sc*rvice will  to gre(‘t tr lends.  A Memorial Service will !)(' held at 1:00 p.m. in the ZocIUm I un(*ral Flomi' ch.ipel, tollovv(‘d by a re((*ption at the tuneral home.  zoiiijK ríniírai.homf:  I uiut.ìK & C n'ln.itK'tis  iJiHfiitv  his 1 .iiid.i, NVvv Hr.iuilk'l (KW) 625-2349  Ik* h(‘ld |{):(K)/\MTTiursd<iy, August 4, 2011 at ( iuacLilu(x> Valley Memorial Park.  ZOHim ITINliRAI.HOMH  l imer.ih C aiii.itunis  I_)ignity  hl'i huiila. New Biauiiti-Ls (83()» 62S-2.W  ONLINE EXCLUSIVE  To comment on obituaries or to read comments made by others, visit herald-zeitung.com  Calif, death, 76 illnesses linked to ground turkey  WASHINGTON (AP)  The government is scrambling to find the sourc e of a salmonella outbreak likely linked to ground turkey that has killed one and sic kened dozens more.  Finding the source ot an outbreak hasn't been easy; the government has bei*n ( basing the illnesses tor months. The Agriculture Department, which over-  County to consider budget amendment  Change would reflect meal grants  From staff reports (j)mal ( ounty commissioners will meet at 8:IS a.m Thursday to consid(>r af)[)roving a budget amendment to reflet t in( r(MSt^i funrling .unounts rc'( ently a()()roved for two groups providing m(>als on-wheels f)rograms.  ( ommissioners in recent weeks a[)proved $i,2(i9 meals-on-whi*els grants tor ( omal (>)unty S('nior ( it  izens Foundation and Community (Council of South Central Texas. The grants trigg(>r larger "Texans Feeding Texans" matching grants from the Tt'xas Department of Agri-(uliure.  The $ i,2i»9 amount is based on th<' 2010 r (>nsus, said ( ounty Auditor I )avid Renk(‘n. Bui the 201 I (ounty buflget, written last summer, r('th'( ts .i h'sser grani amount, $2,000, that was based on the* 2000 census, "So we're having to rio,) buflgef ami'ndment  to show the appropriate amount," Renken said.  The meeting will be at ('ommissioners' Courtroom, 199 Main Plaza, New Braunfels.  (x)mmissioners also will:  •    (onsider a resolution relating to a[)pointments to ( omal County Industrial Development Authority's board of directors.  •    Take comments offerc'd by citize’ns.  •    I lear reports on items of community' interest from county staff and elcH ted offic iais.  Wild Dames out on town Sept. 15  By Betty Taylor  The Herald* Zeitung  Several hundred wild dames will be out parf\ ing in New BrauntrHs on S('[)t. 15 - and thrc'e New Braunfels organizations couldn't be ha[)[)ier.  Fhe annual Wild Dani(' Dinner "Party with a Pur [)os(‘" is 7’ 10 p.m. SepI IS at Sec'kat/ Opera House. Pr(K eeds will ben efit Voluntc'ers in Medicine', St. lude's Ranch tor ( hildren and Down Svn drome Assoc iation ol San Antonio Nc'v\ Braunk'ls branch.  Bridget Smith, host ot "(jrc'at Dav SA' on ( BS attillate' KENS S, will emcc*e the event ih.tl will iiK lude a[)petÌ7ers, hors d-oeuvres, dessc'rts, silent .ind live auctions, ¡)ri/es, ratflc's and live ('nlert.)iii mc-nt. Tiiis past year’s c'vent  WILD DAME DINNER When: 7 10 p.m. Sept. 13  Where: Scckatz Opera House-, New Braunfels  You should know:  Pn^eeds henelìt Volunteers in Medicine, St. Jude’s Ranch for ( hildren and Down Syndrome Association ol San Antonio New Braunfels branch  raised $ i0,(HK), whu li was donatc'd to \ew' Brauntels ar(‘.i ( h.irities.  VV(' aln'adv have com mitrnc'nts tor 20 tables, and we only h.ive iO tabh's, so you íK'ed to call now for \()ur ticki'ts," said Mc'rc'clith  Sisoian, event co-chair.  Entertainment will me lude The Empty F^and-c'd Vagalx)nds. Sisoian said sponsorships include Valero, William Edge Salon, Billy's Icehouse, Buddy's Backyard and many other organizations.  The Wild Dame Dinner, s[)onsored by Downtown Rotary Club of New Brauntels, is the same' night as the' 2kd Annual Wild (jame* Dinner. Together, the c'vc'nts are' exjjected to raise' more than $1 SO,000 tor various non profit organizations and individuals in need.  Tic kc'ts are' $70 eac h or a table' ol 10 for a discount-e'd rate of $(>S0. Tie kets can be bought from Kristi Scjuirc's at (2 10) 274-47S2 or via e-mail at kristi.se uire'sC^'patterson-medii a .com.  Dog kickeii during fight  By Diionck) Mouttfle  The Herald-Zeitung An argument betwe>en two men Friday in Ni'w Braunfels might have l(‘d to one of the men kicking the other's dog, police said.  The 4-month-old Husky had no visible injuries when an offic er l(K)ke‘d at it but X-rays showed f)os-sible bruising to its left shoulder, said I t. Fleath f’urvis of the Ne'w Braunfels Police Department. He said no charges had been tilc'd and the case re*maine'd unde'r investigation.  Purvis said f)olice were c all<*d alxHit 40 p.m Friday to the iOO bloc k of South Me‘scjuitc' Avc'nue tor a disturbane c' behve'en two men. One e> on se e-ne, a 2 I -vear-old e ity man told [)olice he was walking his dog when he got into an argume'nt with 2 i-year-old Nc'W Braunfels man, Purvis said.  He said the' 21 -ye‘ar-old IS in a relationshif) with the 2 i-ye'ar-old's ex.  The victim told |)olice that during th(' argument the 2 Cyearold )ushed him and kic ke'd his dog in the* he*ad, Purvis saiel, but ottie ers saw no signs of injury.  Police conta( ted the' 2 i-yc'ar-old man, who (k'nic'd kicking the' dog, Purvis saiel.  Hc' s.ud the dog's ow ner took the anim.il to a vc't-erinarian and had \-ra\s shot.  "The're was oothing broken, only noting that the' dog had som(' possible bruising to his iett shoulder," Purvis said.  CIS collecting school supphes at bus drop-offs  se'es mc'at safety, said it is still inve'stigating who [)ro-cluceel the meat, and the de'partmc'nt hasn't initiate'd a rc'call.  ( alilorma state health officials said Tuc'sday that the* one dc'ath was in Sac ra-mento ( ounty.  Sc'venty-six [)e'ople in 2(> states have I)ch.mi made sic k from the same strain of the disease.  By Will Wright  The Herald Zeitung  ( ommunific's In Se hools ot South ( entral Tc'xas will c oneluc t its anniial P.u k the' Bus sc hool suppK drive from H a.m. to S p.m. Friday.  Bus clro()-otfs will Ix' loeate.'d M five businc'sses in ( omal and (iuadalupe-counties. Nc'w school su[)-plies and cash donations  to pur( hase> su[)plie's will be* ,u ( epted at HI B store's in New Brauntels, Bui verde' and Se hc'rf/ and Kohl's in N('w Braunfels.  Itf'ms most in ne*c'd ine lude I -me h and 2-inc h biiuk'rs, bae kpa< ks, binek'r divider tabs, washable m.irke'rs, I iskar st issors, e olore'd imap) pc'nc ils, penc il l)ags/boxe*s, vvatcT ( olors, c onstrue tion ()aper.  manila paper and wide-rulc'd notebook f)af)e'r.  HEB is also offering customers the o[)fion of ck)nat-ing through chc'ck-out station tear-off cou[)ons, which will be available throughout August.  The ('hristus Santa Rosa Hc'alth Systems and Blue Ooss/Blue Shield ( are Van will be providing immunization. at fhe Kohl's park-  ing lot.  N('w Braunfels Police De[)artmenf vmII havc' its KicPrint program trom 8 a.m. lo noon, and fhe' Christus Sant.) Rosa IVeli-atric Mobile' Unit will inspc'ct car seats on a tirst* come, first-serveel basis from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Religious leaders oppose Penys prayer meeting  HOUSTON (AP)  A group of Houston religious le'ade'rs have' expressc'd concc'rn about (jov. Rick Pc'rry's day-long prayer mc'e*ting, saying it exc ludc’s non-Christians.  Perry has said the Saturday e'vent at Flouston's Reliant Stadium is "about coming toge'ther as a state', lifting up this nation in  praver, Itaving day of prayc'r and t<isting."  But more' than SO Muslim, k'wish .Hid ( hristian leadc'rs signed a statement, saying Perry's involvemc'nt in the event sends "an official endorsc'-mc'nf of one' faith over all others, thc're'by sending an official me'ssagc' of religious exe lusion and pref  erence to all Texans who do not share that faith."  Heart of Texas Cremations  Direct Cremation  $775.00  (Complete)  877-271 Ü507 wwwlteartoftexascrematiom.com c;all or see website tor details  Friday  LARRY JOE TAYLOR  Saturday Nigjit  TEXAS TORNADOS  Friday, August 12th KELLY WILLIS & BRCC’K ROBLSON Sunday, August 14th COSPFL BRl NCH m/a TFX.AS TWIST Friday, August I9th kVsTKR & LLOYD Cl) RKLEASL  ^ruenehiill.coni  NOW ENROLLING Fall 2011  (830) 629-1821 (830) 629-6222  30    StC€Í¿CHCe íh  \ÍW BKAl'MFLS  CHRISTIAN ACADEMY  ----.........................  Our mission is to educate, motivate, and disciple students in a Christ-centered environment.  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