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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 22, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A_Herald-Ztffung, New Braunfels, Texas    Friday,    November    22,    1991 SUPPORT It Works Wonders American Heart Association Water Watch Comal River.....................................226 cfs (same) Edwards Aquifer.............................623.80 (up .03) Canyon Lake outflow.....................318 cfs (same) Canyon Lake Inflow 210 cfs (down 27 cfs) Canyon Lake level 901.98 feet (down .02) The State    The rcsl stale w*h partly a    a    cloudy    skies,    colder temperatures A snow    and    blowing snow    . *.    .    ...    . . .    .    .    .„ and windy conditions tonight and advisory has    been    issued    for    the    o{lflirH_v 7    6 Texas Panhandle where as    much as    y* • 2-4 inches of snow is expected A cold front moved into the > tonight.    Panhandle    early today. It brought There will    likely be some snow    with it    much    colder temperatures, ** flurries in    the    Panhandle on    gusty    winds    and the threat of I Saturday.    snowfall. Stammtisch Continued from Page 1A have died in the past year, will be .* conducted in the spirit of thanks-* giving and celebration. Families of X all those who Hospice New Braun-fcls has served are invited. RS VP v by calling 625-7500. X Business counseling The business counselor from the X University of Texas at San Anto-X nio will be available at the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce all day Tuesday, Nov. 26 lo provide free counseling services for anyone needing information or assistance in business. The service has been available on a monthly basis for the past several months, and the counselor has worked with about 50 individuals who arc already in business or arc considering starting one. Many areas are covered, including marketing, cash flow and budgeting. For an appointment, call the Chamber at 625-2385. Realtors meeting The New Braunfcls-Canyon Lake Area Association of Realtors is scheduled to meet for its monthly membership meeting at 11:30 a m. Monday, Nov. 25 at Garrett’s Steakhousc on Interstate 35. 1992 officers will be elected, and an auction will benefit the Office Maintenance Fund. C cash for I" Real Estate Mortgages Full or partial purchases. First liens, second liens. Closing within 48 hours. Brokers protected and referrals honored. Mortgage Moneytree f 1-512-344-9821 S U.I. SAVINO! SONGS T~\ Ithe great american investment]Pet of the Week Weather NOT THE CURE. Each year more than 5,000 teenagers make the fatal mistake of thinking suicide is the only solution. It’s not. Because where there is life there is hope. And, there are people out there who can help. If life has become too hard to swallow, don’t make a mistake you won’t live to regret. Talk to someone before suicide becomes your final prescription. Harald-Zeituna Playful pups These two females, a chow and collie, are both three months old and very playful. These two puppies and other pets can be adopted for a fee at the New Braunfels Animal Shelter, 1920 Kuehler Ave. The fee—$48 for a female and $43 for a male — includes rabies and four- or sixway vaccinations, worming and the surgical fee for altering the pet. Shelter hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday and noon to 5 p.m. Thursday. (Photo by Bill Ervin) Man reported dead after lapse of time Obituaries Wallace steps down as president of SAFE By LARRY ROWE Staff Writer The president of Securing a Future Environment and also a leader of a drive to recall the mayor and a city council member has resigned from both positions ’ David Wallace announced his resignation Thursday at a SAFE meeting saying his family had suffered enough. * “My wife and children stood by me and fought Lafarge for almost a year and a half, and there s no family in New Braunfels, Texas, that suffered as much md gave as much as my family did on a continued basis, non-3Bop."hesaid ; The group has worked to stop the plans of the Lafarge Corporation and ks subsidiary to bum and store hazardous waste at their local cement plant. For the past two weeks, Wallace also led an effort to recall Mayor Clinton Brandt and Council Member Bill Arnold. Another reason for his resignations was a fear that prominent citizens who opposed his recall actions might use that against SAFE if he remained as president, Wallace said. “SAFE was so close to winning that I dared not do anything to jeopardize the movement.” Paul Pennington, formerly the vice president of SAFE, was promoted to president with Wallace’s resignation. “Basically, in terms of SAFE’S point of view, he (Wallace) did not want his role in other issues to be anything that could be a negative for SAFE because SAFE’* mission has always been very focused on Lafarge," Pennington said. By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer A New Braunfels man reported his 80-year-old father dead on Monday at their home in the 600 block of N. Central Avenue after he had been dead anywhere from a few days to two weeks, officials said. Manuel Estrada found Conrado Estrada, 80, dead located partially in his bed in the front bedroom of the house, said New Braunfels Police Department Officer Anthony Celli. Estrada said he found his father on the floor Friday and pulled him partially onto the bed, Celli said. Estrada Continued from Pago 1A Peter Olsen, chairman. “The commitment that we make is primarily to the issue of hunger. It is a feeding program that raises money for food and food advocacy programs both here in New Braunfels and around the world.” The SOS food bank is a grocery distribution center that helps families which arc certified as “in need ” All workers at the food bank donate their services through arca churches. The 10-kilomcter walk will begin at the church and will go downtown to Sls. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, up Mill St. to Seguin Ave. and back delayed in calling police until friends came to visit and convinced him to do so, said Sgt. John McEachcm. Precinct I Justice of the Peace Harold Krueger ordered an autopsy on the body to be performed at the Travis County Medical Examiner's Office. Results of the autopsy indicate that the subject may have been dead from five days up to as long as two and a half weeks, Krueger said. "The cause of death was pulmonary pneumonia,” Krueger said. "I really haven’t in all these years had a case exactly like this where the person down Union Ave. through Landa Park and back to the church. Braize said. Church World Service is a division of the National Council of Churches. “I think it’s important to understand that it is also sponsored by the student councils at Canyon High School, New Braunfels High School as well as the middle schools,” Olsen said. For more information or a pledge card, call Olsen at 625-6951. Alvin Lux Services for Alvin Lux, 80, of San Antonio are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home. Mr. Lux died Thursday in San Antonio. James O. Bass Services for Jama O. Bass, 80, of Marion will be 2 pm. Saturday at Doeppenachmidt Funeral Home, with the Rev. Bob Tatum officiating. Burial will follow at Comal Cemetery. Mr. Bass, a Marion resident since 1961, died Nov. 21,1991, at McKenna Memorial Hospital. He was bom March 26, 1911, in Valentine to Herman and Ada Mae (nee Bricker) Bass On Aug. 4, 1961, he married Lorraine Bast, who died in 1983. He was a carpenter and home builder and a member of the Methodist faith. Survivors include, four daughters. Connie McDonald of Houston, Jimmie Cohan of Marion, Paula Robbins and husband Edsel of Marion, and Beverly Dzierzanski and husband Louis Jr. of San Antonio; a son, Anthey Brewer and wife Carey of Houston; and 15 grandchildren. 19 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandson. Visitation will be from 6 pm. Thursday until service time Saturday at Doeppenschmidi Funeral Home Memorials may be given to Alzheimer's Disease Research, 8546 Broadway Suite 118, San Antonio, Texas 78217. Elmira E. de Garza Services for Elmira E. de Garza, 76, of New Braunfels will be 2 pm Saturday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, with the Rev Richard Obcrstar officiating Burial will follow at SU. Peter and Paul Mausoleum, Mrs, Garza died Thursday, Nov 21, 1991, in New Braunfels, where the had lived ainee 1943. She was born Feb 28. 1915, in Sabinas Hidal §0, Nuevo Leon, Mexico, to Jesus and Maria Luiaa (nee Garza; Espinosa She married Mauro Garza Sr on March 1933 in Mexico. She was a homemaker, a member of the Senior Citizens Center and a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Survivors include her husband, Mauro Garza Sr. of New Braunfels; two sons. Mauro Garza Jr. of New Braunfels and Alvaro and wife Dora Alicia Garza of New Braunfels; a sister, Maria Luisa Santos of Mexico; two brothers, Humberto Espinosa of Mexico and Jesus Espinosa; five grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. A rosary will recited at 7 p m. Friday, Nov. 22 at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Memorials may be made to Hospice New Braunfels. Hilmar A. Hilbert Services for Hilmar A. Billot, 85, of San Marcos will be 2 pm. Saturday, Nov. 23 at the Pennington Chapel in San Marcos with the Rev Jim Witschorke. Buna! will follow at the Guadalupe Valley Cemetery. Mr. Hillen died Nov. 21, 1991, in San Marcos. He was bom Feb 17, 1906, in New Braunfels. He married his wife, Nettie, on May 27, 1936. He was a member of the Aberdeen Angus Association Survivors include his wife; son arui daughter-in-law, Andrew and Charlene Hillen of Marion; and three daughters and sons in law, Susie and Norman Kueble of Spring Branch, Annette and Emery Goss of Spring Branch, and Jeanette and George Vseek of Boerne. He is also survived by seven grandchildren and one great-grandson, Trent Stoker, and was preceded in death by one grandchild. Memorials may be made to one's favorite chanty. Charles Thurston Norman Services for Mr. Charles Thurston Norman, 76. of Seguin will be 2 pm. Saturday at the Good News Fellowship Church, with the Rev. Frank Willoughby officiating. Burial will follow at the San Geronimo Cemetery. Mr Norman died Nov. 21, 1991. He was a veteran of World War ll, having served in the U.S. Army, and was a member of Seguin American Legion Post No. 245. Survivors include his wife, Edna Norman of Seguin; daughter, Alexa Norman of Seguin; sons, Charly Norman arid wife Pat of Seguin and Lee Norman and wife Melva of Seguin; arid four grandchildren. Memorials may be sent to the Hospice of Guadalupe Valley Hospital or to the American Cancer Society. Arrangements are being handled by the Palmer Mortuary in San Marcos Time, Weather & Temperature 625-1511 A Service Brought To You By Omak Baun Keataruunt IX ) L0RDY LORDY Keith Moore is forty... Happy BirthdayI (who delayed in reporting the death) lived in the same house. 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