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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 19, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM I Wednesday, October 19,2011 | 3 HOW TO SUBMIT Afi OB!T*JARY  ■    By Em«H — obits®herald-ZBitung com  ■    By T#l«phon#— Call 625-9144, ext. 214 (Saturday ext 2211 OhitiiariesmpaidadvffnisBments  Marie R. Williams  Marie R. Williams, W, of Iowa City, Iowa Hied Monday, October 17, 201V, at Mercy Hospice in Iowa City. Marie (Reinhardt) was liorn january 3, 1921, in Weimer, TX; daughter of Erwin and Ernestine (Br(M)ks) Reinhardt. She attended the Univ(‘r*iity c)f Texas and worked as an interior designer. She married T.A. Williams,  TODAY’S SKKVICKS  ■    CAMARENO, Manuel Sr. Visitation 9-9:45 a m., Mass of Christian Burial, 10 a.m.. Holy Family Catholic Church. Burial following at Comal Cemetery,  ■    PADIUA, Margarito. 10 a.m. Mass, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Interment following in Sts. Peter anci Paul Catholic Cemetery.  Oc tobc'r ], 1942, in Ho[)e, AR. She and T.A. livecl many places throughout their lives including Hope and El Dorado, AR, Lul-ing, l.A, Muscatine, I A, New Braunfc'ls, TX and Iowa C ity, [A. She was a member of the 1 st Presby-terian Churc h in New Braunfels, TX and a dea-(on at the Muscatine 1st Presbyterian ( hurch.  Her tamily includes her husband, T.A.; son. Bill (janet) Williams of Solon, lA; daughter-in-law, Linda Williams of Duluth, (lA; g ra n (I (h i I d re n, £ I i z a bc‘t h Williams of Minnea()olis, MN, Paul (Trac V) Williams  of Hawthorn Woods, IL, Laura (Jef) f^bst of Duluth, (lA, and great-grandchildren, Alex, Brady and Chelsea Williams and Ryad Rrbst.  Marie was preceded in death by her son, Ken Williams, her parents and [)rc)ther, Ray Brooks Reinhardt. A faniily memorial service will be held at a later date. Online condolences may be sent to her family through the web at www.gayand(iha.com. Oay Ciha Funeral and Oemation Service in Iowa ( ity is c aring for Marie's tamily and her arrangements.  Javier Flores Castilleja  Funeral arrang('ments are c omplete at the Zoeller luneral Home for lavier Flores Castilleja, who passed away on October I h, 2011 in New Braunfels at the age of 57 years. Visitation will Ix'gin at i:00 p.m. Thursday at the Zoeller Funeral I lome and (ontinue until 9:30 a.m. I rida\. A Rosarv will be rcH itc’d Thursday evening  at 7:00 [).m. in the Zoeller Funeral Home chapel. A procession will dispart the funeral home on Friday, Oc tober 21, 2011 at 9:30 a m, for a 10:00 a.m. mass at the \ loty Family Catholic Church. Servicc’s will con-c lu de at the churc h.  ZOFUH FUNERAL HOME  FunoraLs & Ca-mahcms  6151 jnda, New Braunfels (830) 625-2349  J. P. Groves  1 uneral arrangements are (omplete at the Zoeller Funeral Home for I P Ciroves, who passed away of> Sunday in Nc‘vv Brauntt'ls at the age of 95 years. Visitation will be Sunday, October 23, 2011 troni 5-7 p.m. with the tamily present to greet triends. Funeral services will be Monday at 10:00  Janice Irene Grimm  Fuiieral arrangc'rnents are [)ending at Lux Funeral Home' Oemation Services tor Ian ice Irene  Margarito Padilla  Func-ral arrangements are (()m[)lete at the Zoeller Funeral 1 lome for Margarito Padilla, who passed away on October 16, 2011 at the age of 98 years. Visitation continuc's until 9: U) a.m. Wednesday at the Zoellc'r Func‘ral Flome. A [)rocessi()n will depart the Zoeller Funeral Home at  Robert Oscar Dreiling  Funeral arrangemc^nts are pending at the Zoellc'r Funeral ilome for Robert  Oscar Dreiling, who passed away on Tuesday Oc tober 18, 201 1 at the age of 8f) years.  NBHS student council sets ‘Pink Out Day’ for Friday  From staff reports New Bra unfits High School Student Council members are sponsoring "Pink Out" month for the entire month of October to raise awareness and funds for the fight against brcMst cancer. SfllCO is d(H laring F riday as "Uni corn Pink Out Day" and  everyone is encouraged to wi*ar |)ink to the home football game at Unicorn Stadium.  STIJCO is selling f)ink shirts at the NBHS library for $15 .  For more information, contact lulie Estes at jest(’ s@nbisd.org  or call (8i0) W7-f)0n.  a.m. at the First Baptist C'hur( h in Nc*w Braunfels. Interment will follow in the Ft. Sam Fiouston National Cemetery at 1 1:30 a.m. with full military honors.  Z()EIJIRHiNERAI.HOME  Funerals & Ca'matioas  615 Ixinda, New Braunfels (830) 625-2349  Grimm, age 56, who ()assed away on Sunday, ()ctob(^r 16, 2011 at (’hris-tus Santa Rosa Hospital in New Braunfels.  $40-$ 1  We Want to Make You a Loan  * No Checking Account Needed * Usually 30 Minute Service  STOP BY TODAY FOR FAST CASH!  «a i .    1.  205IH-35 W,Ste 205-D, New Braunfels * (830)627-8800  9: U) a.m. for a 10:00 a.m. Mass at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Interment will follow in the Sts. Peter and F\iul C atholic: Cemetery.  ZOEUMRINKRALHOMK  Funerals & Ca'nidtioas  D'SR'iy  615 l.inda, New Braunfels (830)625-2349  River ad hoc group to discuss revenue, safety  ByGregBowsn  Ttie Herald-Zeitung  The (Ity counc il-nian-dated goals of increasing rc‘venuc> from river tourism and improving safety on the rivers will Ix’ discussc'd Thursday by the- nc'w Rivf^r Ad Hoc 0)mmitt(‘C‘.  It will be the secc)nd meeting for the comniit-tc’e, created l)y counc il aftc'r a summc»r tubing season plaguc'd with crushing c rowds, bad behavior and big problems with litt('r and traffic. The body is c hargc‘d with finding ways  to improve the city's tubing industry tor Fioth r(sidents and visitors.  The meeting will b(‘gm at 4:30 [).m. Thursday at the M( Kenna Fvinits (j'n t(>r's M(>eting Rinmi A, 801 VV. San Antonio St.  ('ommittee f.u ilitator ( ()nsc*rvatit)nist Andy Sansoni of Texas State University will present ovc'rvic'ws of both goals. Staff will present rc‘levant inform.i tion. (ommittcH’ disc ussion and publli (omment will follow.  ( ounc (1 has dir(‘( tc^d the  committee to tind a w.iy to making tubing r(*v(‘nue neutral or profit,ible for city government, vvhic h now spends more' on river m.inagement than it takes in. It has also dir(H ted the committc'e to find <i way to improve satct\ for policemen, other ( ity workers, residents arul tourists.  ()ther counc ilniand.it c‘d goals to be di‘>< ussed at future* meetings are improving parking and traffic flow and est./blish ing a rnark(‘ting strat(‘gy to  spread thc' word about rules ( hanges.  7 hi' ( ()mm)ltc*e is se h(*d-ulc'd to brrng its recom-rn(*ndations to c ounc il on Dcm .12.  During thè (ommittc'e's tirst meeting on Oc t. h Sansom saicl thè councii would likc* to see short-fc’rm rc'c ommendations that ( an F)(> imf)l(*m(*nted b(‘fore thè (>nd of thè year. Th(> ( ounc il also wants to rc\ eive some* indie ation of oth('r long-t('rm goals that ean Ix* ce.rit with in thè next phase of river-tourism imf)roveme‘nts.  Canyon Lake man suspected in theft of bike  By Dalondo Moultrie  rtie Herald Zeitung  F\)lice in Ne‘w Braunte>ls announced Tuevsday the arrest of a man ac c use>d of re'cently stealing a l)ic y( le frc)m the' (kuene' Rivc'r Inn.  Douglas Fdw.ird Hodges, U), ot (^inyon I ake, was arreste'd Monday on a warr.ml for the'M of property foi the bike.  and seve-ral pre'Viouslv issued vv.irrants. said It HeMth Purvis ot the Ne-w Braunfels Pe)lic(> Def)art-me*nt. The prior warrants are for two counts of t.nl ure to maintain financial re-sponsibility, .ind one count e»<u h of expired/no motor v<'hie le* inspe*etion .Hid expiK'd rc'gistration.  F\irvis s.iiel a de*tc*ctiv(*'s  investigation le*(l him to ide*ntily Hodges and .111 arre*st warrant vv.is issue*d, 1^)1 ice puke*(i up Hodge's about 4 [) rii, Monday 111 the* 400 block ot I anela Sfr('(*t, F^irvis said Police said the*\ re*e eive*d intormatic)n .ilK)ut tin* bike tlu*tt 0( t, H. V\ itiie*sse*s reportCHl th.it iK'tueH'n 8:0" and 0:5 i .».m. ()(t, .1  whit(* male* driving a black Ford [)ie kup true k with running bo.irds lullenl u[) to an arc»a ne'.ir tnc* restaurant, ( ut .1 e h.un see uring the hike*, f)ut the* bicycle in the* be*el ot the true k and drove* away.  As of Tue*sday night, Hodges re*maine*el at ( oni.il ( ounty lail under mort* than $3,200 bond.  SVHS launches Navy Week salute on Oct. 26  U.S. Navy Re*ar Admiral Eleane>r Valentin will visit Smithson Valley High Sc hool on Oct. 2(> to Kick olt the campus' celebration e>f Navy Week in San Antonio.  Valentin, the U.S. i^'Javys ________  direactor of the Me'd ic al Service Corps, will s()eak to students in the performing arts center at 4 p.m.  She will lie talking about  medic al Staff reports c areers  and what it is like' to be* a Navy Admiral. Students, parents and st.Ut .vre invited to attc'nel.  The Navy Band will perform outsiele* the rotunda during lurie h on Monday. A Navy flight simul.itor will be' .tvail-.ible for students to view during the we'e*k.  Gifted, talented screening set  A referral and se rc'en ing information.tl meet ing for parents of pofe*n tial gifted and talentc'd stue ents will be 6: U) p.m. Nov. 1 at Kindc'r R.inch Elementary  Heart of Texas Cremations  Direct Oemation  $775.00  (( (iinplflc)  8^' 271-().S()7 wwu.heitih)fti-xascremutums.(0tn C.'ull or see website tor details  School ( afc'teria, or (>: iO [)are*iits ma\ have* about  [).m. Nov. 2 at the Comal ISD Sufiport Se*r vi( e's F)e)ard room, 1404 1- 5 5, Nc'vv Br.iuntels.  Referral forms will be* available* .is will staff to ansvvc'r an\ (juc'stions  the* re*te*rral and se re*e*n-ing proe c'ss. For information, ( ont.K f Te'rilvn ^t( )ore',  lenivn.moi )re^''ce)mal-isd.org, or i8U)) 221-2044,  TACOR  ENVIRONMENTAL ENERGY SERVICES  Air Conditioning & Heating  REPAIRS, INSTALLATION & REPLACEMÊNf|.^  830.438.5090  210.844.3612  $30.00 Diagnostic Fee*  No Overtime Rates No Travel Time Fees  Call for a 16 Point Heating Season Tune-Up * ^    Residential & Commercial  Çc€aeii(f  in I ! !•' It k< I l  V y. , t fi ■ '  V.-. „ •,    i \  s ÍM t.j > îjt* ;  (#KIPS First  Soft Drinks - Liquid Goo  I (m'ih(MKÍ .1 p.uetit tell .iiiotlifi p.irent .U ,i youth luotlwll g.itw' tli.it they took tlu'ir M)M off soli (lrinl<s two hdore ttu“ so.isdm st.ir1(‘«l I he n.uent also s.iid (lis son was not drinkinii .iny soft (Irmks during tfie se.ison.  I Wiiitled to ask hitn why, l)ut I alre.idy knew the answer.  I ilr sure tie woul(f hiive said, "Bee .luse sod.is .ire txid fot fiinr" Wtiicli l)egs the (|uestions, "Wliy does lie ever drink one!*'' "Sodas are not |ust f)<i(f lor hoys during footf)all season, are they^' Mu( fi tike alcoliot or any other narcotic , sotia can Ihhotne an addictiiJii. In fact,  P»ld Adv«rtl»ln9    _ ........  due to its high levels of c .iffeine, artificial sweeteners .uid sodiutn, it is (fitficult to tell whit I) tonsutners become addictc'd to, if not all thre«\  1 his addiction can leacf to a variety of health |)robftMiis, including weight gain, diafoetes and tcH)th decay High fruc tose corn syrup, often used instead of sugar, has many negative c'ffects on the body, mostly involving the liver. Aspartame, used in diet sc)das, is a toxin that can weaken our immune system.  C affeine stimulatc^s our adrenal glands without [ >royi d i ng nouri sh ment. Acfrenaf glands can Ij^ome  exhausted witfi too nnu h c affeine, (“specially in ( hildren. A( cording to I )r ludith Valentirie, a notabU' nutritional expert, a common ()roblem with tcH'nagers drinking sodas is gasttointc>sti n.il (Cil) (fistress. Tins incfudc's me re.ised stomac ti ac id levels rec|uiring the chikf to take* mc'dication!  W.irniiigs al)out the darigc'is of soft drink consumption c .line to us .is early as f 44 J when the Americ an Mc*dic.il Assc)ciation's (AMA) e ounc il on Fcxwf and Nutrition made a noble statement in w hic li it suggestecf restric ting tfie consumption c)l swc“c‘lc>nc*d c arf)onate<f beve*rages So why do we continue to (frink sodas!’ Markc'ting is tlu* real reason The col.i vyar' was not aimc*d at e oke or IVpsi, l)ut aimeci at us!  Tex.ls' own Or. f't'ppc'r started ni.vking then f.nvious c kicks long ago, highlighting  the time to drink its [mxluc t 10, J aiuf 4' Brilliant' lust wh.1t the f')(K tor'(il(lcre(f .1 |)i( k nu*-iip thrcH' time's .i d.iy! f was vv.Uc hing .1 football game l.vst Satcirday and nolK ('d'tfie doctor's l.itot lelevision c amp.iign m.ikes dnnking its product like |)arlying in Miami. In l‘>WH tfu' e enter tor Sc ieiu c> in the Public Intercast [lublishc'd a p.iper called 1 icjuid C .iiidy blasting th<‘ food industry for "mounting prcHl.Uory marketirig c.imp.Mgiis Ic'sptH i.iHyl aimc'cf at ( hildren ami adolesc ents." f fere is some good iu“ws -the word is getting out. Sales of c arlxin.ited soft drinks in the Unitc'd States fell for the fiftfi year in a row last yt'ar ac (ording to Ik'verage Digest ( onsunu'rs have shitlc'd .iway from sugary, fizzy drinks in f.ivor of cirirvks with a hcvvltlvier image like water and tea. l,et's not get started  on Monster cfnnks |ust look at the n.inu’  I ley look, the lac t is thc d.uf who sai(f he stop[)«>d Ins kid from dnnking sott drinks two wcH'ks before lootli.il I season IS a gooci cfad Hc‘ has .in iiiboin, innate* intelligCMu o wliic 11 allows him to knov\ socfas are F)a<f lor fiis son I fe knows socfas slioulcf f>e .1 tre.vt to drink evc'ty once in a wliile, not a (f.iily ('vc*ni I K'fiHMnlx'r going to m\ grandma's house* and popping tfie* top ott a bottled coke It W.1S a treat bee ause my mom rie'vcM bouglit them, she said it w.\s liciuid goo It you are a patent th.vt iic'ecfs help with the c ravings or getting your kids to evit and drink healthily, lonsuft your chiropr.ictor.  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