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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 7, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, May 7,1995 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ 3 AO 20% off all Nail Services .V"    including cVOv    -----------Acrylic/Calcium Gel ^eXC^>c    Fiberglass/Silk Hot Oil Manicures & Pedicures•V*v°    620-5804 ^    V/£J    V/    v/UV/    I ^    offer    expires    May    31,    1995ObituariesCharles William Lewis Charles William Lewis Jr., of New Braunfels, passed away Wednesday, May 3, 1995 at his residence at the age of 78. He was bom Sept. 24,1916 iii Hearne, Texas to Charles W. and Catherine Mable (Martine) Lewis Sr. and married Gloria Elaine Cox on August 16,1963 in San Antonio. A retired rancher and retired Major iii the U.S. Air Force, which included service in WWI1 and Korea, he was a New Braunfels resident for 30 years. He was a lifetime member of the Bracken Volunteer Fire Department and a member of Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. „ Mr. Lewis is survived by his wife, Elaine, of New Braunfels; his mother-in-law, Etta B. Cox, of San Antonio; sisters, Lillian Phillips, of Plantersville, Sister Mary Ambrose Lewis, O.P., of Houston, and Frances Grace Coon, of fort Worth; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by a brother, Mike Lewis, and two sisters, Catherine Cerelvo and Louise Muller. I A rosary will be held Sunday, May 7 at 7 p.m*. at the Zoeller Funeral Home. '. Funeral services will be held Monday, May 8, 1995 at IO a.m. at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church with Msgr. Eugene O’Callaghan officiat-tng.The eulogy will be given by Mr. Lewis’s godchildren, Catherine (Cathy) Galloway and Anthony R. Gutierrez. Interment will follow at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. ; Pallbearers will be Allan Coon, Lar-Phillips, Tommy Wetuski, Michaell Armstrong, Marshall Armstrong and tlaime Gutierrez. I Honorary Pallbearers include Dr. Wayne A. Johnson, Wat Smith, George Gitcho, Albert Schreiber, Bob Galloway, and Larry Stehling. Memorials may be made to Hospice New Braunfels. 'er- FL \IRSL HQMfMonette Neese Nelson Monette Neese Nelson, age 90, was bom in Eureka, Navarro County, Texas on July 22, 1904 to George E. Neese and Annie Broyles, and died on Thursday, May 4, 1995 in New Braunfels. She grew up in Penelope, Hill County, Texas, where she taught school and graduated from Baylor University with a BA in 1927. She married H.C. “Red” Nelson, of Waco, on Nov. 3, 1924. They moved to San Antonio in 1931, and retired to their Hil-Vue Ranch in Comal County in 1966. Mrs. Nelson was a member of the First United Methodist Church in New Braunfels and was a former member of Laurel Heights United Methodist Church in San Antonio; life member of the Blue Bird Auxiliary to Southwest Texas Methodist Hospital; life member of United Methodist Women; and member of the New Braunfels Conservation Society. Mrs. Nelson was preceded in death by her husband, H.C. Nelson Sr., in 1990, and her son, H.C. Nelson Jr., in 1984. Survivors include daughter-in-law, Dorothy L. Nelson, of San Antonio; grandsons, H.C. “Trey” Nelson III and wife Charta, of Austin, and David L. Nelson and wife Catherine, of Midland; 7 great-grandchildren, Rachel Arline, Anna Monette, and Dorothy Vanessa, of Logan, Utah, and Jonathan 6 ■■    !■■«■■■ —  ■■■Ill ,1. I. I.I.I. Sheriff proposes charging city to hold inmates David, Brian Allen, Erin, and Heather, of Midland; sister-in-law, Elizabeth Neese, of Dallas; niece, Geneese Drew; nephews, Robert and Donald Neese and James Sinnot; and dear friends who took care of her in her final years, Eva and Roman Torres, of New Braunfels. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. at Sunset Chapel with Rev. Harold Zirkel officiating, former pastor of First United Methodist Church in New Braunfels. Interment followed in Sunset Memorial Park. Pallbearers included Roman Torres, Elmo Alves, Maurice Bankston and Dr. Albert Saunders. Memorials may be made to Eden Home, 630 Lakeview Blvd., New Braunfels, TX 78130. Sunset Funeral Home, San Antonio John R. ‘Jack’ Zengler John R. ‘Jack’ Zengler of New Braunfels died at Southwest Texas Methodist Hospital Thursday, May 4, 1995 at the age of 73 years. He was born August 5, 1921 in North Canton, Ohio, to Howard and Hilda (Schoeppe) Zengler. He married Elvera ’Terry’ Oetken (Kneuper) June 2, 1962 in New Braunfels. He lived in New Braunfels since 1957. Zengler was retired. He had been employed by Richards and Krueger Lumber Company, then owned the Home Service Center. He was a member of St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Chapel in San Antonio. He was also a Realtor and was coordinator for the John Birch Society. He was a World War II U.S. Army veteran. A Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Local News. The Herald-Zeitung. * By CRAIG HAMMETT * Staff Writer I The Comal County Sheriff thinks • too many inmates are being held in J the Comal County Jail for certain • minor offenses such as some Class C • misdemeanors. Sheriff Jack Bremer proposed charg-I ing cities $44 a day to house these ' types of inmates, a measure meant to • .“discourage a lot of people being in there that shouldn’t be in there.” • - Class C misdemeanors cover such . offenses as driving without a license or I insurance, and public intoxicaton, for ; example. ; The fee measure was part of a pro-•_ posed interlocal agreement the Commissioner’s Court approved Thursday, allowing the county to enter negotiations with cities for jail services. Braymer said this and other things could be • .negotiated before a final contract was I; gained. I ! Bremer came up with the $44 figure •-|>ecause that is what the federal agencies said it cost to house a prisoner *;and that is what the county charges . the feds. Bremer proposed charging l-Jhis amount to cities in order to be Consistent. 111 The proposal also includes provisions for medical liability as well. The ’•county can be held liable to pay medical expenses for someone brought into the jail who might experience medical problems and need to be taken to the hospital. “This contract assigns responsibility for the first 12 hours to the jurisdiction that incarcerates those people,’ Bremer said. Commissioner Jumbo Evans questioned what would happen if the city of New Braunfels, for example, started charging the county for emergency or jire service calls outside the city jurisdiction. • City Manager Mike Strands said the city would be willing to sit down and negotiate with the county. •' “We have a good working relationship with the county,” he said. “I’d be pore than happy to sit down and talk with them.” A commonly-held opinion shared by many New Braunfels citizens, however, is that they pay the same share of county taxes as those who live outside city limits. The city has no jail. “The one thing you do get (for NB residents) is the criminal justice system,” added Shandy I DONT KNOW WHAT I WANT TO DO, BUT I KNOW THAT TM NOT DOING IT! SOUND FAMILIAR? WE CAN HELP • HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS • COLLEGE STUDENT • ADULTS THINKING OF A CAREER CHANGE? DO YOU HAVE A SINUS INFECTION?? If you have had one or more of the following symptoms for less than 4 weeks, you may qualify for a research study for an investigational antibiotic. •••Facial Pain • • •Facial Tenderness •••Abnormal Nasal Drainage Participants will receive free medication, sinus x-rays, labwork, and 0100 compensation CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH 629-9036 Give Mom Your Best. Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 14. Show your love with fresh flowers in an elegant Teleflora keepsake. To send these lovely gifts anywhere, call or visit our shop. Crystal Lace Bouquet TRA Dreams Come True with our Honeymoon Registry V 133 Landa Street J Crystal Clock Bouquet Silver Basket Bouquet Comal Flower Shop on the Plaza    M 625-7575 Sunday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Funeral service will be at 9 a.m. Monday, May 8, at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Chapel, 7815 Orland Park, San Antonio. Burial will follow at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery in New Braunfels. Rev. Lawrence Novak will officiate. He is survived by his wife Elvera ‘Terry’ Zengler of New Braunfels; children Denise and Jerry Reeder of New Braunfels; Darrell and Marilyn Zengler of New Braunfels; J.R. (Jan) and Barbara Zengler of Grapevine, Texas; Jill and George Kneuper of Ingleside, Texas; Beth Crocker of New Braunfels; Sam and Renee Kneuper of New Braunfels; Pat and Bill Tepc of New Braunfels; and Matt Zengler of San Antonio; sister, Rosemarie Ebie of Canton, Ohio; 24 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Mr. Zengler was preceded in death by a son, Steve Kneuper. Pallbearers will be his grandsons: Brad Reeder, Clint Zengler, Keith and Kirby Zengler, Mike, Brooke, Clete, Jay and Drew Kneuper, Chris and David Kneuper, Carl Tepe and Rick Crocker. Visitat'on began at 5 p.m. Friday and will continue until 9 p.m. Sunday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Memorials may be sent for the Masses to be said for the repose of his soul to: St. Joseph's Chapel 7815 Orland Park San Antonio, Texas 78213. 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