New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 16, 2011, Page 3

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November 16, 2011

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 16, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas OBITUARIES HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM | Wednesday, November 16, 2011 | 3 HOW TO SUBMIT AN OBITUARY ■    By Email — obits^herald zeitiing com ■    ByTeiephoiMi — Call625-9144,ext 214(Saturday ext 221) Ohituanes are paid arivRnisments rODW'SSKHVICFlS ■    BYLER, James C. Funeral service, 11 a.m., Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. ■    SCHNEIDER, Nelson H. Visitation, 5-7 p.m., Tres Hewell Mortuary. ■    SPURLING, Brian W. Graveside service, 11:30 a.m.. Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, Remembrance gathering, 1 p.m., Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, Marion.Jane Elizabeth Spade Funor.il arr.ingcmt'nts are fiending at the ZiK^llor Funeral Home for |ane Elizabeth (Morris) Spade, who passed .iway on Novc'mber 14, 2011 at Canyon Lake, Te*xas at the ag(‘ ot .Si) years. 1 injured in shooting at Berkeley protest BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) A fitly of df’monstrations by students ,ind anti Wall Street a( tivists was disrupted Tui'sday wTi('n a (am-pus [)oii( e oIIk (>r shot a man with a gun alxiut a halt mile trom the m.iin protest site at tlu* University ot ( aliforni.i, Berkf'li’y. The shooting o( c urred insidt' the Haas Sc hool of Business as hundreds ot demonstrators left <in outdoor pla/a <it the univcrsif\ tor .1 marc h !o d('mi »nstiate outside',) bank {)tli( lals did not know' if the suspec t w.i'^ part ot the-()c ( upv ('<)! movf'mc'nt. said I Mc‘ l rc\ a spokc's-wom.in lor the' university. "I jUst ho[K' if w'asn't trom the ()iotc'St or the movement. bec cUi^c thdf's not w hat the* movc‘m<'nl is about/ said S.uli.i Sail, a 19-vc'arold sophomore at UC'Bc'rkelex Uni\ersit\ oUk iaK said a tc'inale st.ill member rc'portc'd a man with a gun .It 2:17 p.m. Police found the sus|)ect in a third-floor computer room where thc're wc're at least four students. Th(‘ suspec t raised the gun and was shot by an officer, according to the schcx)l. The condition ot the 5 i-year-old suspc‘ct was not immediately known. Flis name was not releasc'd. Protesters dc'scendc'd on th(' university after KeFund ( aliform,), a coalition of stude'nt groups ,ind univc'r-sity cMiiployc'C' unions, c allc'd tor a c ani[)us strike, and prote'sters marchc'cl and r.illic'd to |)rote'sl banks and l)uclgi't { ufs to highc'r chIu-c ation, Farlic’r in the* clay, more than 1,(){)() stude>nts, c am-pus em )lo\'C‘e>s, tac ult\ <ind olhc'r e ('monslrators tilled an outdoor [)laza »itter mans took p.irt in teat h-ins. The' plaza was c e)ve'rcKl with bannc'rs that read "stop the cuts" and "edu-( ate the' state." Other challenges aheac after pipeline route shift UNCOLN, Neb. (AP) An e'iic'rg\ company's agreemcMit to shift an oil f)ipeline awa\ from the environme'niallv sensitive' Sandliills will tielp avoid sc'vc'ral possible Ic'gal c on flic fs over Nc'br.iska's authority to reroute' it, but signifit ant issue's still must be rt'solve'd about how muc h [)owc'i the' stale' W'ill have' over the' nc'w path. Pipc'lme' opeTiUor Iraiv si^anada has pledge-el that Nebraska will play .i "key rolc'” in dee iding on a revise'd route lor the $7^ billion, 1,701)mile projec t within its borders. But if they tail to agn>e on a pre-c ise path, the* dispute* t ould bounc e' bat k to the U.S. State' Department, a Sfiokc'sman tor the' sl.ite's environme'ntai rc'gulaft)r said luesdav. Trans( anada has (om-miftc'd to unde'rgt) ,i state* e'nvironmental rc'vic'w expc'c te'd to move the Kc'y-stone XI [)ipeline* out of tlie Sanelhills rt'gion and away ln)m the' Ogallala acjuiter. I xac I de'tails of the rc'vic'w, such as <) timc'linc' and tost, have not yc't bc'c'n c ale ulat-e'd, said De'p.irtmc'iit ot I nvironmc'ntal (^u.ility spokc'sman    Brian Me Manus. But McManus stressed the talks Ix'twc'c'n state* ofti-I ials and the' company would be a "e e)llaborative e'tfort," with both sides pushing to rc'ac h an agreement —- though he acknowledgc'd the state's c'xact role had not yet been determined. Direct ( roination $775.00 (t ompk'ti") H77-2~l OMr www.lhtiriolícxasíit'ituilioiis.iom ( 'all or see wcbsilo loi ticlails LAYAWAY Always have Always will Viancing Pony l'a!>hion Dowiuown New Kraunfcis Mon-Sat 10-6 • Sun 12-S Ad Hoc group drafting proposal today From sfaft reports The New Braunfels River Ad Hoc (ommittee is expec ted to begin drafting its formal retommendations for improvements to the e ity's tubing industry wh(*n it meets today. The c e)mmitle*e' has been wf>rking since Oct. 20 under a e ity council mandate' to try te> find se)lutions to tul)ing-relat('d proble*ms, including congestc'd traffK .uid [)<irking, mak ing tubing revenue neutral or profitable’ tor e ity gove'rnmc'nt, and ini()roving safety for polie e*men, othr'r ( itv work e'rs, rc'sidents and tourists. The' c ommittf'f' is oti .) last trae k to bring Its ree ommt'nd.ilions to ( ity ( oune il on Dec 12. IF YOU GO When: 4:.M) p.m. Where: McKcnna F^ciits Ontor, Meeting Rooni A It is scheduled today to hear a ()r(’S(*ntafion on marke'ting and hold e ommitte'e disc ussions on traffK and )arking, tubing re'venue's, and s.ifefy M'fore formulating re'e ommendations to count il. The Ne*w Br.iunfc'ls River Ad Hoe ( ommitte'e will mee't al 4:50 p.m lod.iv al the Me Ke*nna I vents ( c'lite'r, Mee'ting Roorii A, <it 801 W. S.in Antonie» St. Ptiofo siitiiniltort Students teaching students about ethics SAN MARCOS Texas State University student Eliesha Davis, who graduated from New Braunteis High School in 2008 recently taught ethics to second graders in Heidi Stone's class at County Line [leinentary The "Ethical Eddie" proiect teacties students about ethics Ethics are a system ot moral principles dedling with values relating to human conduct, with respect to the rightness and wrongness ot certain actions, Davis said in a news release “Ethical Eddie” illijstrates ttie shurt term and long term beiit-fits ot etlncal or unethical appli^ cations in various sci'iiarios Students a'e encouraged \n ttiorougtily view situations and make their decisions tiased on their own ^ i)de ot ettiics, Ttiey are tangtit to tiunk before acting, Davis is a inember of Texas States award-wmning Students m Free Enterfirise iSIFE) team SIFE is a not for ¡iriitit ortjani/afion supported t)y iiKjividuals ioundatioiis and corporations whose riiission is to tea'.ti free enterprise Courthouse restoration on county agenda f rom statl reports ( om.il ( ount\ ce)mmis-sioncTs will ht'.H an update* on the* ongoing re*ste)rtition ot the> historic t ount\ ( ourthouse* v\ hc'n thc'\ me'f't toi an e'vc'ning workshop st'ssion at (> p.m. Ihuisda\. RBR ( onsfrue lion of Weathf'rtord bc'gan the' courthouse re'storation last t,ill. The' [)r()|ee I is se Ite'd ulc'd to take two ve-.us. VVhc'n the* $H.(»7 million rc'sforiilion is done* the* ( ourthoLise, designe'd b\ note'd lí'xas ( ourthouse' ar( hife( l | Kie'K (lorehii will be* ie*store*d to ifs e)rig mal 18‘»8 look ( ifizens are* mv ite*cl t(> the“ e'vening uorkshop whit h me lude*s a pc'riod during w hit h ( itize'iis ( omme>nls ate* t.iken (Ommissione'rs nu*t*t in the' ( ommissioners ( ouriroom, I Main Plaza, m Nt'w Brauntc'ls. ( ount\ e ommissioners ,ilso \\ ill me*e'l al 8:1 "> ,i.m. Thursdav to e ,invass th(‘ rc'sulfs ot the' Nov 8 c onstilutioiud anic-nd nK'iits elee ti()ii. I )uring the* morning se'ssu)n, e ommissione'rs will also take' e ornme'nfs from t iti/ens, hc'ar rc'porfs trom statt and otlie lals on ile-ms oi e ommunit\ intc'r-('st, .ind me'et in c'xe'cu five' session to elis( uss tin* p('ii(ling litig.ition re'late'd to torme*r kruege'r ( anyon d.im projt'e t e'liginee'ring finn ( 112M Hill'. Education Foundation grant funds distributed to ClSD campuses While* the approac h U)r distributing ( <»m.il I elu-tation Iound.ition (( I F) griint funds t( i e ampuses is a little diffe*re'nl this \(>ar, the im|)ac t is as grc'at or greatc'r, mc'mbc'rs e)i the' CFF be)ard ol dire'c tors It'arne'd at <i mc'eting last VVCH'k. More' than $4?,000 in grant funds vv ere* dis burst'd lo all 2(> e ampuse's in the' disine t I und amounts were* de'tt'rmme'd b\ stude-nt e'nrollment at e*at h e am pus with le*at hers appK ing tor the' tunds bast'd < >n .( se'f e lite'ria. Smithsim Valle'v High S( hool e ulinarx .irts stu- de'nts prepiue'd luiu h t( >r th(' ( 11 board ,ind sc'ver al ol the' organi/<ition s partru'rs. Margaiet Te*nono, e'xee utive' dire'< tor ol ihe* ( 11, rc'poite'd that fhc' elistric t's e*mplo\e*(' giving ( am paign had raise'd $20,000, neailv $4,OIK) more' than last \c'iU. CISC students begin 2012-13 course selections Se*( onelar\ e ,im[)uses throughout ( omal hi) will be e ondue ling e urrie ulum fairs, ¡)are*nt information nights and (< )unse*loi visits this we't*k as (iene-ration Ic'x.is VVc'C’k <ind the' be*gin ning ol e euirse sc'le'e tion for next \e'ar ge*t unde*r wa\'. I lee Iivc's lairs .n high schools will be>gin at (> p.m le)d.u. Information .ibout t urrie ul.tr and e'xtr.K urrie ul.ir programs will 1)C‘ ,iv.iil able*. Mee'tmgs t(u aeKane c'el ac ade'mie s, Pre'-AeKane e'd Plae e-rnent, ,\P and dual e re'dit, will be* p.irt ol the' lair al e,u h sc liool Pare*nls e)f nc'xt NC'ar's ire'shnu'n v\ill w.int to attend. Middle' se hool e ounse'lors will be visiting fifth gr.ule Students at the-ir ele'me'nt.ir\ schools to help sc't g(i.tls and iele*ntitv e'l('( live's as thc'\ C'nte'i mieldle se ho( il lU'xf ve'.H. ( ounselors will als() l)e* availal)le at elemi'nt.us school parent inlormation nights ti)r litih gr.ieie ( )n Mondav, Mountain Valle‘\ iVtieldle' Se Ikx)l will e ondue I .in inform,itional p.irenl me'C'ting .uul e>lc'( fives lair at () p.m ( oun selors will sEi.kc' inlorm.t tion .ibout (iptions l( )i 201 I i .inel t.ilk abe)Ul using online regisfr.Uion Spring Brane h Middle S( h(m)Is Km will bc' at ()m. iiiesda\. P.ucnts e)t me oming se>\ c'nlli ,ind t'lghth-giaders ,itc invifc'd to tiu' Smithson \'al lc'\ Middle' S( hool p.irc'nl intormation lught .it (> |),m Tut'sd.n. At ('.iinon ,\\ieldle-Se hool, .111 elc'e lives lair \\ ill bc' .)t Í) p.m. Nov. 28 in the c.lU'te'iia. ( hure h I till Ntid die* Sc hool's tail u ill i)t' on rue'S(l,i\ at "); U) p.m. Ne'xt year's sixth grade' p,irc*nts will mc'c't in the < .lU'tc'ria with )are'nts ot se'\(‘nth- .ind c'ight vgraeic' stude'iits me*el ing in the* mam g\ m. (Inline' e e)ursc' se'le'e tion bc'gins on No\'. 28 .mel e'neis [)e'( , l(). I or me)ie> infe)rm,ition plt'.isc' te»nt.ict \c)ur tliild's c .impus. .K- f I    ^ We Want to Make You a Loan • No Checking Account Needed * Usually 30 Minute Service STO P B Y TO D AY F O R F A ST C A S H j LH-3^ Ste^^Dr    (830) 62?^^8do LIBERTY ,1,,., .......... for liiiirli! BISTRO ^    Ir\ OUI th'lii nnis siuips niviiÍMTix ill'll (i.oMi Imnii’ math'h\ I hi’ nitish’ts. I* \ out ■ |U'i\al«‘ room lo*la\! Í^KIPS First Wellness It sft'tiis ,1 lot (it ticalllu arc K'nicrs ail' < liml)ing .(Ixiaul llu‘ vvt'lliu'ss liam. VVfllncss is not .1 iu‘v\ vvokI in hc.ilth, Inil It lia'' Ik'cii ((i\('i<*tl ii|) tlu' past l('w (lf'( adi's by (itlu'r wotds SIR h as pain, syndiotnes, si( kiicss, symptoms, disease, diagnosis .ind (onditinns. riiesc' words were mostly useit to dosi iihe the older population, but more recently have fieen used for younger people, even ( hildren As a s(K lety we' aie somt'times ot)sessed with trc'ating diseases or conditions instead of regaining liealllv. No more! Altliough children t .ui have diseases, the words used to P»ld Advrtl«lng des( ribe health are often misleading. W'e fiave giown tireil ol tliese wotds, espei lally when ap|)lied to the young, lluis, 'VV(*lliu>s ' is resuriai ing as tlie healtlu are bu// word. So what is "wellness" and wh.it does it me.Hi!’ C hiiopr.vitots l)egan the "wellness movement" more than 1 (K) years ago. As doi tors who kh ogni/e ifu' body s natural al)ility to heal itsell, (liiro|)rai tors take the time to edu( alt' their [)atients on the l)enefits of a wellness lifestyle, l^rr)per nutrition, exei( ise and routine chiioprac ti( adjustmt'nts help the t)ody to perform atjTiaximum effi( lency, resulting in impio\,ed IhkK lun( lion Ifu' bddy IS made ol mus( les, org,in'., glands ,ind \aiK)us tissue's llial are diic( tiv Iontrolled by the neivous system. Ihc' nerxoiis sysiem, wlm h itK ludes the br.iin spinal ( Old and pi'ripheial nerves i oordin.iU's all the other sysli'tiis in llu' bodv .Sountts pietly iniportant' 1 he t)rain s('nds signals dovMi the spine to the n(>rves win» h tell the he.irt to f)eal the lungs hi breathe, the stoni,u h to digest, tlie gl.inds to piixluce hormones, and sci on. It s when tlu' signals don't properly tiavel dov\n the spinal i Old to ttie otiiei nerves that tlu’ liody liegins to lose proper funi tion and symfitoms will appear C)ui ( ommunity is awaie of "welliu'ss" fot our cat we ( all it maintenaiK e, .vnd v\e are more apt to l.ike ( ate ol out t .It than outseKes VVhv ■' ,\ien t out i)odies moie import.Hit th.in oui ( .us.' Auto nu't hanu s tell us lo ( hange out oil ( liaiige out .iii lillei iotat(‘ (lilt tiK's and h.ive out ulieels alit;ned V\ hen v\(’ do, out (.us tun bellet and Iasi 1( ingei, I ill' sami* thing ,ipplii's to Ihe human bod\ t ill the bod\ with [itopet luel exert ise the musi les and kt'ep youi neivous s\s|em ptopeilv aligiK'd When vve d< 1 these ihitigs, our bodies luii bettei .111(1 List longei A I hiiopr.ii l(It is the mei h.ititi lot tlie human Ixidy Vout he.ilth is b.ised on ihtee ini|x)rtant pi tin iples Numf)ei oix'; the body is a s('ll he.iling, sell Iegul.iting organism Numlx-r two; youi nervous sysletn is tlie coordinator of .ill ol this st'li'iegulation .ind sell healing It sends the mc'ss.iges to i ooidin.itc' the olhei systems. Number thtec*. il somethiiig inletletes wdh the iieiAous sysletn tlien Ihe mess.iges ,iie slov\, ot lost, ot ge! mtxt'd up, and \out bocK is nol ,ible to do v\ h.it it is ptogt.imnx'd lo do I Itis interlereiu e is c .illi‘d a sublux.ition, ( hitopi.ii lors gel 11(1 ol subhixatioiis .illowing the body to tc'turn to noinial, .iixi wellness loUows ll \ou w.itti to it'lurii to welltH'ss i onsiilt youi ( hitoptai lot .ibotil .1 regul.ir .id|ustment SI hedule, I htough i hitoprai tu you (.111 keep vout bodv s engine running propeiiy Paid Aiivt'ftisiiig St.sn me with your smait phorw' DR. KIP MAYO, D.C. l oi iiihliíiondi inlornuilion. plctisr fcel \vr\ w elcome to enü ine persoiKiHy ci! S JO- 625-51 ! i OI \ isit iu\' w ehsili" il! ww w.niio oehiro com ;

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