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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 28, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, March 28, 2003 — HERALD-ZEITUNG — Page 3AObituaries— COLE Carroll Thomas Cole Sr. of New Braunfels, Tfexas, passed away on Wednesday, March 26, 2003. Carroll is survived by his wife, Kathryn Cole of New Braunfels; sons, Carroll Cole Jr. of Johnson City, Mark Cole of Canyon Lake and Kyle (foie of Horseshoe Bay; daughter, Debra Kay Cole of Pflugerville; sister, Jimmie Goolsbeee of Warren; nine grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Keith H. Cole, Randy Cole, James Cole, Billy McLeod, Tony Bienek and Larry Rheinlaender. Visitation will be held at First Baptist Church on Friday, March 28, 2003, between 9 and IO a.m. Services will be at First Baptist Church on Thursday, March 28, 2003, at 10 a.m. Graveside services will be held on Saturday, March 29, 2003, at 2 p.m. I Tie Rev. Regan Miller will officiate. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of; Crofts Funeral HomeWAR/From 1A assistance from unloading their cargo at the southern port city of Umm Qasr. After eight days of fighting, Pentagon officials said close to 90,000 U.S. troops were in Iraq, and that an additional 100,000 to 120,000 were on the way. All were part of a military blueprint made up long ago, officials said, sensitive to criticism that commanders had underestimated the need for troops to quell stronger-than-expected resistance or protect long supply fines. One day after Iraq claimed more than a dozen civilians were injured in a missile strike in Baghdad, Brig. Gen. Vincent Brooks said it was possible that an Iraqi missile was responsible. “It may have been a deliberate attack inside of town,” he added. More than 25 Marines were wounded in fighting near An Nasiriyah, one of the southern Iraq cities where irregular forces have put up far more resistance than American military planners expected. U.S. officials said some or all of them were hurt when one Marine unit mistakenly fired on another. No deaths were reported and no Marines were missing from that incident, officials said. Brooks said the battle lasted 90 minutes, and WTVD-TV of Durham, N.C., which has a reporter with the Marines in An Nasiriyah, reported the Marines had been wounded during fierce house-to-house fighting. Tb the south, British forces continued efforts to gain control over Basra, but die-hard defenders of Saddam’s regime have held positions inside the city amid reports of clashes with the local population. British officials also reported finding a cache of about IOO chemical protection suits and respirators at an abandoned Iraqi command post, the second find in the last few days. Bush and Blair used their news conference to demand that the United Nations’ oil-for-food program restart immediately. The program was halted when the United Nations ordered its workers to leave the country. CHASE/From 1A was driving, Gray said she was driving 75 mph in heavy traffic when Duke and five patrol cars passed her at high speeds. “They were weaving in and out of traffic,” Gray said. Ward also said Duke was driving in an “erratic” manner and even on the shoulder at times. Custard said the lead pursuing officer had a blowout from driving over debris that had collected on the side of the road after last month’s icy rain. The flying debris caused a second officer to wreck his patrol car. and a third pursuant dropped back, leaving one Comal County deputy in pursuit “at a distance” behind Duke. The chase ended when Duke hit the wall on the left shoulder and lost control of his vehicle near East Rhapsody Road and the airport. Duke’s car flipped over the right shoulder. The roof and trunk top of the red late model Cavalier were stripped off by wooden posts as it slid across the guardrail. Children’s clothing, video cassettes, toys and other items suspected of being stolen from a Comal County home, mixed with glass and wreckage, littered the southbound access road. Pieces of the car were scattered 30 yards. The distorted remains of the roof and trunk top were twisted around the guardrail several yards apart. . * wm “It’s apparent that there is some debris that fits the description of what was taken from the residence,” Ward said on the scene. Sheriff’s deputies Greg Lucas, Homero Balderas, Larry Haecker and Department of Public Safety Trooper Joel Machost were all involved in the chase. Balderas’ police car was wrecked in the chase, and he was taken to McKenna Memorial Hospital as a precautionary measure. Gray said she was headed to the KB Home Buyers Club on the south access road. When she got there, she saw the black smoke and the dust near the Rhapsody Road exit right in front of the business. “As soon as he hit the rail,” Gray said, “the back left tire flipped off.” A “one way” sign landed in the grass in front of the business. Wendi Frazier, an administrative assistant at KB Home Buyers, said she is certified in CPR and rushed to the car to help. She was looking out the building’s facade of windows about 50 yards from the accident. “Before I could say, ‘Call 9-1-1’ you heard sirens,” she said. She rushed to offer assistance and at first looked around the vehicle for the victim, then realized Duke was pinned under the car. “I went around to the Antique Cfearance at Eaglebears 50 to 75% off Antique Furniture and (glassware 50%    off marked    Southwest and Floral Designs Don’t Miss this SALE ends March 29 (Fifth Sat.) 265 VV. San Antonio New Braunfels, TX 609-9500 rn I    rn d«pi > rn *    -*h * - ■Mi MU T T H sr- * Ii ‘hl, )»»; 7 ' I’.- AMA erne. ■■.... £ a®*?    j* Saturday, March 29 Saturday, April 26 9 a.rn. to 5 p.m. Central Park Entertainment and food throughout the day Free historic district walking tour at IO a m. Area historic attractions open ll a m to2p m. Visit downtown retail stores and No more room for vendors/ Sponsored by Seguin Main Street Trade Days or Bust! Downtown Seguin DISPLAY YOUR PATRIOTISM Show your true colors everywhere you go. Stop by the Herald-Zetturtg and pick up an American Flag for your vehicle today! While supplies last! New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung front and saw the trama,” Frazier said. “I didn’t bother checking his pulse.” “I just hope God took him right away,” said Rose Munoz, San Antonio resident who also witnessed the accident. SAPD handled the accident, and Comal County sheriff’s investigators examined the mangled vehicle and debris. It took two tow trucks to lift the wreckage from between the guardrails. The accident delayed traffic through noon and SAPD blocked the south access road until the accident was cleared from the road late afternoon. NBISD The Scooter Store & Your local businesses would like to invite you to t»c° f“n Nieh, Vpril IC Ik MSD S Raffle Tickes Door Prizes Benefitting NBIS Thursday from 5-9 pm st Taco Cabana Special Olympics You must place your receipts in the fishbowl to benefit NBISD rn Special Olympics Kights OF Columbus Council 4183 CATFISH FRY FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 2003 • 5:00 PM TO 7 OO PM 111 LANDA STREET • NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXAS ONLY S6.00/PLATE DINE IN OR TAKE OLT 75QL3N friday TODD RUNDGREN Saturday Night JIMMY LAFAVE Sunday 1-5 pm Silk James n O'* * Sunday 3/lfl -7 pm Jerry J*ff Walker Live Texas Music fevery Saturday Sunday Afternoon! * ADVANCE TICKETS* GOSPEL UK M N ...............................VIJ JLKIO JEFF W ALKER......................Hilt    lilt or . mil UM Avo UU    IMI COMING TO THE NEW BRAUNFELS* CIV IC CENTER New Braunfels. Texas Grammy toward Winner LITTLE JOE y La Familia FRIDAY. APRIL 11, 2003 #    8:00    pm    -    12:00    Midnight PrTsaie Presale: $12 - At Door: $15 (per person) Tickets PRESALE TICKETS AVAILABLE AI MARK LLAMAS (830)632-3266 New Braunfels BIG AL GARDEN (830)627-0820 New Braunfels J P MUSK STORE (830)372-4041 Seguin FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: MARK (830)832-3266 I PAID ADVERTISEMENT Local Dealer Shocks Community: “Cars To Sell For Just A $29 Down Payment!” San Marcos Area Shoppers Express Disbelief But Dealer Remains Optimistic As Unprecedented 4-Day Sale Approaches, March 27th-31st SAN MARCOS, TX - Mr Jim Stienke, General Manager of San Marcos Toyota, announced plans today for an automotive sales event that makes buying a car simple and affordable to anyone. During this event, customers will be able to take on payments on the new or used vehicle of their choice for an incredible low down payment of only $29 • When asked how he can sell cars for- $29* down he replied, “When you combine an “All of the vehicles we’re offering will be specially priced. In short, if you want to get a great deal on the vehicle of your dreams, you won’t want to miss this event.” During this exclusive event extended terms and special financing will be available to help reduce monthly payments or obtain credit for those who may have had challenges in the past No -application will be refused during this limited time sales Bank “The beauty of this automotive buying program is simplicity! inventory of You pick out your vehi- event late model, de, pay a $29* fee and representa-low mileage , .    ,    ...    . tives will be vehicles with    home with low on hand for aggressive monthly payments!” immediate financing by_approval and our lenders, $29* is all it release of these ‘insider NEW 2003 Tbyoto Corate Automatic ornmrmmot. and much non for only 829 (town tttOmun* tar SC nun* % 3,9%apr Sale orca 113 .JUG $1000 rabat* rDpoui Carny, Automatic; wa trmmtm, tau rn**- nota. for arty Et own Sffi&moN* AB maw -£ S.0R%api. tkMKJuat tat*'}, ta.mat Mr till Wail, vt Aaa Jitem i S SW! -I SICNX] i takes for most consumers with good credit!” This event named, “The National Automotive ‘Insider1 Sale” for the fact that hundreds of vehicles normally allocated to wholesalers, insiders and other special interest groups will be offered to the public during this exclusive event. This unique sales event has been sweeping the country and allows customers to be on the inside' track to great savings on the new car used vehicle of their choice The 4 day event begins this Thursday. March 27th through Monday, March 31st (closed Sunday ram or shine Stienke offers a simple explanation for offering this program. “Surveys of auto shoppers show that the el reason people don't buy is they dont thuvk they can afford a newer vehicle at the moment But thanks to this program 4k just $l’4* down -practically anyone can afford to upgrade to a new or Uke new vehicle “ Stienke goes on to mention. deals. There will be many makes and models to choose from including: Toyota. Honda, Mazda, Ford, Chevrolet, and many more There will be a large selection of SUV’s on hand, including: 4Runner, RAV4, Explorer, etc. all dras tically reduced for immediate sale Payments will be clearly marked on each vehicle. All you'll need to do is md i Ythfck aad a pay meal-gay $22* (Ismu and drive home happy. It s just that simple Stienke also reminds cub turners that the event is first-come first served, so it s critical to come early and have the best chance of getting the vehicle of your choice The site for this event is San Marcos Toyota, bleated at 5101 I 35 South for tour days only Thursday, March lith thru Saturday. March 29th from 9am 9pm and Monday March 31st from 9am 9pm Hurry tor the hest seiec tam For further information cm this “National Automotive ‘Insider Sales Event,* please call toil free at 240 5555 NEW 2003 toyota -nyptantte nom For only S29 awn (or AS mn* 4§ eop -Arttnaudi trows mar (St mtewvf Sam --war atm - $ Mac mr Wfc£!L Th ut. March 27 th through Mon. March 31st Dally, 9am-4pm (dosed Sunday I Where: S4 \ MARC OS TOYOTA SIOI ISS South (866) 240-5555 C atte TH* P&KMIKR ORO Ail Rights ;