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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 15, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas OBITUARIES —      i,    ........... Ismael Salazar, Sr. Ismael Salazar, Sr. born Sept. 27,1927 in Seguin, went to be with his Lord and Savior Ian. 9,2011. He is preceded in death by his father Francisco Salazar, mother Maria Rios, brother Arthur and sister Sebera Muñoz. Ismael is survived by his wife of 56 years, Irenia, son Ismael Ir. (Gisela), son Israel (Rachel) and daughter Isabel Garza (Arthur) all of New Braunfels; grandchildren Saturday, January 15, 2011 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 3 Paid advertisements .Stephanie Marie, Irenia Emilia and Ediovany Maria Salazar, Delicia Carrasco (Donavon), Artie and Freddie Garza; great-grandchildren Jocelyn and Jenna McCurdy, and Christopher Carrasco; and his brother Adolpho Salazar of San Antonio along with many oth-er family members and friends. Ismael served honorably in the US Air Force and IJS Army and was a retired US Postal Service carrier. The family would like to send a very special thank you to Olga Herrera and Virginia (iomez for their at-home care and support, and a special thank you to Sundance Inn Healthcare Center caregivers Vicki Munoz and Mary. Finally, a special thank you to the Christus Santa Rosa Hospital New Braunfels (Surgical floor) staff. Visitation will begin at noon Sunday at Zoeller Funeral Home and continue until 11 a.m. Tliesday. A rosary will be recited on Monday at 7 p.m. in the Zoeller Funeral Home chapel. A procession will depart the funeral home at 11 a.m. TUesday, Jan. 18,2011 for a funeral mass at the Holy Family Church New Braunfels at 11:30 a.m. Interment will follow at the Ft. Sam Houston Cemetery at 1:45 p.m. with military honors. ZOELLER FI INERAL HOME Funerals & Cremations DJgPjty 615 Landa, New Braunfels (830) 625-2349 Viola Harborth Kohlenberg Funeral arrangements are complete at Zoeller Funeral Home for Viola Harborth Kohlenberg of New Braunfels. She passed away Thursday, January 13,2011 at Eden Hill at the age of 86. Visitation will be TUesday, Jan. 18, 2011 from 8 a.m. until 9 p.m. at Zoeller Funeral Home. The family will be present to receive visitors from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. Tuesday. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 19, 2011 at Friedens Church with burial to follow in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Cemetery. Those wishing to make memorial contributions may make them to Friedens Church or Hope Hospice. ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals & Cremations 615 Landa, New Braunfels (830) 625-2349 New zodiac causes uproar Sofia Whitcombe began her day with the startling realization that she might not be exacdy who she thought she was. "My whole life, I thought I was a Capricorn," the 25-year-old publicist said. "Now I'm a Sagittarius? I don't feel like a Sagittarius!" It felt, she said, like a rug had been pulled from under her feet. "Will my personality change?" she mused. "Capricorns are diligent and regimented, and super-hard-woric-ing like me. Sagittarians are more laid back. This is all a little off-putting." Countless people reacted on social networks Friday to the "news" that the stars have shifted alignment, astrologically speaking. No matter that the astronomy instructor who started it all in a weekend newspaper interview said it was an old story — very old; 2,000 years old, actually—and that astrologists were insisting it wouldn't change a thing. The story had traveled around the blogosphere like, well, a shooting star. "I believe it's a zodiac scam," said Jose Arce, a 38-year-old from Fort Lee, N.J., who runs a body shop. "I've known myself to be a Sagittarius, I believe, since I was bom. So to come up now with some new sign? It's unacceptable!" FIRE CONTINUED FROM Page 1 take awhile... The preliminary indication is there was a space heater that ignited some clothing that was on a bed in a bedroom other than the one he was in,” Robinson said. “This reminds us all to be careful when we use space heaters. We need to observe proper clearances. And space heaters are not designed to be used with extension cords,” he said. In a terrible coincidence, the date of 1/11/11 had a deadly counterpart in 2010. The city’s last fatal fire occurred precisely one year earlier. Heart of Texas Cremations Direct Cremation $775.00 (Complete) 877-271-0507 Call or see website for details “A year to the day — almost a year to the hour,” said Lt. Doug Vogel with the NBFD fire marshal’s office. A 53-year-old man died in an outbuilding in his backyard in the 900 block of Mill Street. “He was using a chiminea to keep warm in the outbuilding, and something happened and he was not able to get out,” Vogel said. “It was almost to the hour — people may think it’s a typo, but it’s not." LOCAL BUSINESS IN BRIEF From staff reports CREEKSIDE CINEMAS 14 SETTO OPEN ON JAN. 28 Creekside Cinemas announced this week that Creekside Cinemas 14 is scheduled to open Jan. 28. The theater is located at 160 Creekside Way in New Braunfels. Creekside Cinemas 14 is an all digital theatre, featuring Real I) 3-D digital projection. Stadium, high-back rocker seating will be installed with cup holder arm rests for patron’s convenience. Digital surround sound and wall-to-wall screens are in all auditoriums. Creekside Cinemas 14 will feature first-run films. Creekside Cinemas offers no online ticket fees for tickets purchased at URGENT CARE OPENS LOCATION IN NEW BRAUNFELS Urgent Care & Occupational Health Centers of Texas already has clinics in Boerne and Bulverde and recently opened a third location in New Braunfels at the West Point Village next to the new HEB off Loop 337 and Highway 46. It has been five and a half years since they opened the first clinic in Boerne in August 2005. They added Bulverde Urgent Care in January 2007 ancl staff has seen more than 100,000 patients since our first clinic opened. In October 2010, they changed their name to Urgent Care and Occupatioral Health Centers of Texas, PA. Urgent Care is a physician-owned clinic system. Urgent Care & Occupational Health Centers of Texas, P. A. treats fractures and sprains with fiberglass splinting (just like the ER), eye injuries and foreign body removal from eyes, ears and noses; nausea and vomiting, IV therapy for dehydration, drainage of abscesses (boils) and many other skin infections and rashes. They are equipped to handle acute therapy for asthma/COPD exacerbations. Other services include a Specialist Referral System / laboratory accredited through COLA/ Radiology Department staffed by fully accredited Radiology Technicians, and Occupational Medicine. For more information, visit CURVES ADDS ZUMBA TO FITNESS CIRCUIT New Braunfels-area Curves locations have added Curves Circuit with Zumba Fitness classes. New Braunfels-area residents can try it free for a week. T he 30-minute class mixes the moves of Zumba with the training of Curves. Curves Circuit with Zumba Fitness combines Curves strength-training program into a workout where you can burn up to 500 calories in 30 minutes with the Latin and international inspired music and simple dance moves that have made Zumba so popular. For more information about Curves and Curves Circuit with Zumba Fitness class schedules, visit one of the area Curves locations in Schertz, Canyon Dike, New Braunfels or Universal City. RIVER CITY BALLEY TO HOLD AUDITIONS FOR SPRING SEASON Auditions for the River City Ballet’s 2011 Spring Season will be held Jan. 22 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Central Texas Ballet Conservatory, 101 E. Hopkins St. in San Marcos. There is a $40 audition and class fee (tax deductable) due at audition registration. Students must be enrolled in at least two intermediate ballet classes per week to audition. CHRISTUS SYSTEM TO HOST CONFERENCE ON FEBRUARY 5 Assumption Seminary, the San Antonio Institute for Catholic Culture, and CHRISTUS Santa Rosa Health System are .sponsoring a Converging Roads conference titled “Caring for Persons with Disabilities: Contemporary Theological, Ethical, and Legal Perspectives" on Saturday, Feb. 5, from 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. at Christus Santa Rosa Center for Children and Families, 333 N. Santa Rosa St. in .San Antonio. Health care professionals, educators, ministers, community leaders, and family members of the disabled will listen to speakers share information on caring for persons with disabilities; understanding their physical, psychological, and legal needs as patients; examining and responding to relevant ethical issues in their treatment; and becoming aware of ancillary resources that can improve their quality of life. CME, CEU, and Catechetical credits are available for conference attendees. Early registration by Jan. 21 is $65 and regular registration is $75. The student, clergy, and religious order registration fee is $70. A catered breakfast and lunch is included. To register, visit, or call (210) 734-5137, ext. 1440, or e-mail [email protected] Arc of the Hill Country celebrates chapter opening today Today, Jan. 15, The Arc of the Hill Country is hosting a special event to introduce this new Arc chapter to the community. The Arc is a non-profit organization serv ing individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities in Comal, Guadalupe and Hays counties. This special event is being held from 3-5 p.m. at the McKenna Children's Museum 801W. San Antonio St., New Braunfels Mayor Bruce Boyer is the Master of Ceremonies. There will be live entertainment by the Hill Country Four. Beginning at 6 p.m. a dance with I)J Mary Lynn Luna, will be held. Anyone requiring special assistance must have an attendant with them. Russian state-owned oil firm takes $8 billion stake in BP IX)N1X)N (AP) — In a major deal that cements energy ties between Russia and Britain, oil company BP announced Friday night that Russia's state-owned oil firm Rosneft will take 5 percent of BP's ordinary voting shares in a major stock WILSON CONTINUED FROM Page 1 Instead, “she hears the activation for the key-code for his gun safe’s lock and she thinks that’s a bad thing,” de Lemos said. “He’s pointing the (Glock .23) handgun at her and her daughter’s back. He staggers back and fires a handgun discharge into the roof in the master bedroom. “She hears the shots, she sees bullets coming through walls, and their daughter is screaming. She knows if she keeps going out the front door, they’re going to get killed. She changes direction, runs to the side door and outside,” he said. swap. In exchange, Rosneft will give BP about 9.5 percent of its shares, BP said. Rosneft chairman and Russian deputy prime minister Igor Sechin said the deal was worth about $8 billion. T he companies plan to explore for oil and gas off the Russian Arctic continental shelf. The announcement sparked a backlash in Washington with some politicians expressing regrets about the tight alliance forming between Russia and Britain. The agreement follows the disastrous spill off the coast of the U.S. last year. T he company has been selling off many of its assets to raise costs to pay for billions of dollars of liability stemming from the spill. “Fortunately for everyone, no one was killed or injured in all this,” de Lemos said. The jury had ‘reasonable doubt’ that when he fired the weapon, he wasn’t intending to kill,” de Lemos said. De Lemos argued for penitentiary time. “Any time you put your own child in danger ...” he said in a Thursday evening interview. The third-degree felony could have earned Wilson up to 10 years in prison and a $10,000 fine. T here will be a pre-sentence investigation. The jury heard evidence of a serious alcohol problem as well as defense evidence from attorney Juan Carlos Hernandez that Wilson has been going to AA and has become a team leader with the organization, that he hadn’t been drinking since he was out on bond, that he’s gainfully employed and a good worker. “They felt they would take the chance and put him on probation, and made some suggestions to the judge for pretty close monitoring,” de Lemos said. HAPPY TAILS PET RANCH Grooming * Boarding ^ l^ycare ^ Traioisoii Your pet’s home away from home on the range 830-625-5700 1157 Dunlap Drive * New Braunfels, TX 78130 Try our Real Belgian Hot Chocolate! Mon - Sat 9 to 6 • Breakfast & Lunch 10 to 2 270 W. San Antonio St. • (830) 214-6471 Across thè Street from Dancing Pony   « Çriffin Asset Management Bringing Clarity to Investing 830-620-1000 Securities and investment advisory services provided by Investment Professionals Inc. 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