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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 17, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Obituaries i; mi;k(,i:\( y KVIXil. ASS SI,RN Kl: /;. cst ais ANNUAL dallas nurses weekend I ridan. M W 17, \i«*ht N p.m. to 12 a.m. RPM Saturday NI VY IS, Night 9 p.m. to I a.m. SOUL SHAKERS IWW 306 (a IM 2673 at ( .WWON I AKI:    ‘>64-3992 CII I \U X JKS W XILABl I WALNUT 6 629-6400 IM ii and Walnut Ave Boiko E. Martinez Sr., age 72, of New Braunfels, died Wednesday, May 15, 1996, at his residence. He was born April 3, 1924, in Pleasanton, Texas, to Alejandro Martinez and Paulita Martinez. He married Louisa Campos on April 26,1942, in Pleasanton. He retired from the machine shop at Mission Valley Mills. He was a member of die Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, Union Funebre Padres De Familiares No. I of New Braunfels, Sociedad Fraternal Mutu-alista of New Braunfels and Union Mutua of Marion, Texas. Survivors are his beloved wife, Louisa Martinez; daughters Lucy Gallegos of Rockwall, Texas, Susie M. Gonzales of Seguin, Gloria Gallegos of Balch Spring, Texas, Carmen Vasquez of New Braunfels, Margaret Armendariz of New Braunfels, Yolanda Vargas of San Marcos and Dora Bustos of New Braunfels; sons Manuel Martinez and Benito Martinez Jr„ both of New Braunfels, Gene Martinez of Emory, Texas; sisters Rosa Cantu erf* San Antonio, Ekxsa Campos of New Braunfels; brothers Jimmy Martinez and David Martinez, both of New Braunfels; 33 grandchildren and 48 great-grandchildren. A rosary will be recited Friday, May 17, at 7 pm at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral mass will be held Saturday at IO am at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with Rev. Richard Oberstar celebrant. Interment to follow in the Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers will be Marcehno Gallegos Jr., Joe Vasquez. Gilbert Gonzales Jr., Daniel Vargas. Marcos Armendariz and Chris Martinez. Visitation continues until 9:30 ’rh HOW- HOME different N-BUS system picture Robert Eugene (R.E.) Moore, Jr. Robert Eugene (R.E.) Moore, Jr., 73, of Cibolo passed away May 16, 1996 in San Antonio. Survivors include wife, Frances KJecka Moore of Cibolo; sisters, Beatrice Gee of Luling, Violet Henry and Mary Lou Moore of Stockdale. Funeral services will be held at IO a.m., Saturday, May 18, 19% at New Braunfels Presbyterian Church, New Braunfels. Graveside services will be held at 2 pm, Saturday at Stockdale Cemetery, Stockdale. Myers Funeral Home. Stockdale between 11.200 and 14,700 people. At present, tourist season peaks between mid-June and md-August Estimates of the tourist influx ink) New Braunfels rai^e from 500,000 to I ndbon ar more. It’s a lot! But to be conservative, it is better to use a low estimate since it is seasonal, can vary substantially md concentrated in the ired-June to mid August period. Using I percent, the estimate would be 5,000 tourists at peak season. lf all the numbers ave added together (11.200 seniors + 11 JOO workers + 5,000 tourists), the ridership potential would be 27,400 people per day during the mid-June to mid-August period and 22.400 year-round. Has number does not include nuddle-schoolcrs, stay-at-home parents or other parties who might take advantage of the bus system Again, to be safe. estimate on the conservative side and allow for aO kinds of reasons and conditions why people might not take the bus, it would be wefl to exclude 99 percent of this number. Sa if only I percent of the potential ridership rode the bus every day. there would be between 224 and 274 total one-way trips taken (I percent x 27,400) and that would keep the buses fiUcd to better than half their capacity. How ridershq> can grow from 15 one-way trips per day on average to 224 and upward toward a capacity of 400 is under review by a transportation task force with recommendations expected shortly. Though an infant system, it may wen need to move from a crawl to a dead ran. Stay tuned! (Lynn Fountain is New Braunfels Main Street director.) la fee first aine weeks of the New Braunfels trial transit system, ndcnfep appears to be low . but compared to what? A look at some numbers may help. Over the nine weeks. N-Bus riderafep has averaged 91 one-way trips per week. or 15 one-way tnps per day. Fare revenue has totaled S489-76i To assess wheeler this is good. bad. reasonable or unreasonable (this is a rune-week-dd system, an infant by any sanded), numbers md data need to be converted lo usable information. For example, what x the physical capacity of foe system? Is the population of the city and its makeup large enough to take advantage of a transit system? Does the design invite ridership? Are actinides and needs suffidot to support a transit system? The physical capacity of the system ts two 20-passenger buses making, under foe present design. IO trips per day. and stopping at 62 bus stops. In theory then. IF each bus were filled id absolute maximum capacity for each of the IO runs, forte would be 400 one-way trips per day (two buses x 20 passengers each x IO runs per day). Are there enough people who need or want the trans-pratatson to fill the buses to capacity? More numbers: The population of New' Braunfels is currently estimated at 32.000 people. Of this total seniors and disabled are estimated to make up about 35 percent, or 11.200 people. Mrnomcs and smgle-car working families are estimated to make up between 35 and 42 percent of the population, or joathemwooo hardens Native Designs and Consultation • Perennials • Herbs • Native Plants • Aquatic Plants • Antique Roses • Soils & Bark Mulch Bob Fitzsimmons, Proprietor Those on duptay will be Aunt bra's Bcd and Breakfast, a garni home in foe Blue Waters sub-rvtsaou, a bachelor's home in the ive Odes subdmsKXL a boney-toon home in the Village West ■bdmsioo and the Fox home rn artier built by World War ll iermau POW*. Tickets are SS for one person od SI 5 for a group of two. AII of the proceeds go to the ‘ye Preston Memorial Library. The Sunday tour will feature Ik Canyon Lake Art Guild Show t The Lodge at Turkey Cove. Refreshments will be served nth the proceeds going to the Correction A story in the May 8 issue of the Herald-Zeitung should have stated that the owners of the Dam Red Bam are Sonny md Bern Coleman. Clarification CASA of Central Texas. Inc. said the Stand For Children Rally in Washington. D.C. (see story in May 17 H-Z) is not sponsored by CASA. nor is Augie Schroeder a trained advocate affiliated with CASA of Central Texas, Inc. Daily hours: 658 Latvia Street • New Braunfels Proceeds from the art show will merit the Canyon Lake Art MORTGAGES ASTHMA SUFFERERS!!! Do you take medicine for your asthma? lf so, you may be eSgtole for an asthma research study. Procedures at no charge. •Lab Testing‘Physician Monitoring L * Lung Function Testing 11VLI Paid up to $390! CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH 629-9036 Tickets are available at Aunt [Norm** Bed and Breakfast and the [Tye Preston Manorial Library in I Saltier. “Each year we have the event I we show five different homes to show what is developing at Canyon Lake,** Friends of the Library secretary Jeanne Helm • HOME BUYERS - WW (MI FXmiV. IN MILS • MEW H0MECUNSI RUCTION • INTERIM A FEJtMANFVT FINANCING • REFINANCE • * FTK CT VOl* MONTHLY CAY MF NTN •MOCT CLOSING COSTS CAN ar ITS AM TH POR FREE ANALYSIS WILLIAMS FINANCIAL 620-6269 Special % Price    I I FoR Set *35"* *w/Coupon *17* Mkane *25” • w/Cmpon *12* J I FRIS *18“ • w/Coupon *9“ Manicure *10” ■ w/Coupon »5- | I    Appointment    Only    I ^    Expires    5/20    j 11110W. San Aatmiio St. • New Braunfels * 643-0049,/ Ceramic Tile . starting at $4.50 installed Creative Eyewear 844 N. Walnut St Hem Braunfels, TX 78130 (210)625-9770 Wood Flooring \ starting at a $4-75 IV installed HOLE-IN-ONE SATURDAY, MAY 18,1996 1:00 -6:00 PM Benefitting the Pap Family sponsored by ^LUTHERAN BROTHERHOOD CEDAR RANCH 88886 hrlIm un in mon;    IJS    I JI ER Irc-ul 4= lim mmJ n. . .    ..K.    fetal topper nuAu i«i ms Paul Hooam ,Jw.( xH/JR SUNDANCE Golf Course & Practice Range 2294 Common St. At FM 306 Phone: 629-3817 VAN UAM ML B3 MI . 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