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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 14, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, September 14, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 3A OBITUARIES Paid advertisements JACK LEE WILSON Funeral arrangements are complete at the Zoeller funeral Home for Jack Lee Wilson, born February 2, 1922 in Oklahoma City, OK. to Arthur and Lela Mae Wilson. I Ie was preceded in death by his father and mother, sister Vivian Kirby and one brother, William Bo Wilson. Jack married Virginia L. Sudik in 1948. He is survived by his wife, Virginia; one son, David L. Wilson and wife Mary Kay of ALICE "FITZE" SCHULZ Alice "Litze" Schulz passed away on September 12,2005, at the age of 91. She will be missed by all who love her very much including her daughters, Shirlyn Dundon and husband Jim and Fayelyn Mills and husband Rusty; son, Allen "Butch” Schulz and wife Linda; grandchildren, Julie Lind and husband Curt, Trudy Spaw and husband Rick, Deejay Dundon and wife linda, Deena Dundon, New Braunfels; daughter, Anna L Schiller and husband Tommie of New Braunfels; five grandsons, Jon and wife Shea of San Antonio, Scott and Brooks of New Braunfels and Christopher and Nicholas of New Braunfels; niece, Judith Campbell of Harrah, OK.; sister-in-law, Evelyn Franks of Shiner, Texas and special friends, Earl and Von Rae Thomas of New Braunfels. I Ie was a member of the American Legion, Masonic Lodge #1109 AF&AM, National Federal Employees and the Do-Nothing Club. Mr. Wilson graduated from Capitol Hill High School in Oklahoma City and attended Oklahoma State University and worked a short time for the Army Air Force and joined the Navy in 1942 and was discharged in 1946. His various Navy assignments included the Naval Air Station in Norman OK., the amphibious base in San Diego and was assigned to APA 172 Astoria, Oregon with home port of Seattle, WS. He made various landings and occupations in the South Pacific including LE. Shima, Iwo Jima, Okinawa and DARBY COFFEY Funeral arrangements are pending at the Zoeller Funeral Home for Darby Coffey, who passed away on Tuesday, August 13, 2005 in San Aconin, Texas at the age of 50 years. I Voice your. . , * opinion! MAAAA/# D6fl69 rtKHOO • com br Nagasaki, Japan. Upon returning to the United States he was employed at Tinker AFB as a firefighter and retired as the asst, fire chief in 1972 after 30 years of service. Jack and Virginia moved to New Braunfels in 1973 and Jack retired as the Fire Chief in 1987 from the New Braunfels Fire Dept. Visitation will be from 5-9 p.m. Wednesday at the Zoeller Funeral Home, with the family present from 5-7 p.m. to greet friends. Services will Thursday, September 15, 2005 at 10:00 a.m. at the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church. Interment will follow at 11:30 a.m. at the Ft. Sam I louston National Cemetery will full military honors and Masonic services also. The family has requested that memorial contributions be given to Hope Hospice or the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church. ZORI JFR FUNERAL HOME Funerals & Cremations rn. Dusty Mills and wife Tammy, Missy Nelson and husband Rob, Shane Schulz and wife Audra, and Jennifer Hooper and husband Jemmy; 8 great grandchildren; 6 great-great grandchildren and 2 on the way. Alice is preceded in death by her husband, Bennie Schulz; infant son, Benson Schulz; parents, Otto and Tillie Kopplin and sister, Nola Schultz. Visitation will be from 6- 9 pm with family receiving friends from 6-8 pm on Wednesday, September 14,2005, at Goetz Funeral I lome. Funeral service will be at I pm on Thursday, September 15, 2005, at Goetz Memorial Chapel with Pastor Jim Price officiating. Interment will follow at St. John's Lutheran Cemetery in Marion, TX. Memorial tributes can be made online at Family requests contributions be made to the American Red Cross in her memory to assist the victims of Katrina. Arrangements are under the direction of Goetz Funeral Home 713 N. Austin St. Seguin, TX 78155 (830) 379-2313 615 Landa, New Braunfels (830) 625-2349 SHOW CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Businesses market their wares today pointing to the striped convict cap Williams wore. “He has to wear it because he doesn’t have any hair!” Williams laughed at Hermes. “I can’t tell you how good everybody says this looks on me,” Williams said. Right then, a woman walked up and said exactly that. “See?” Williams said. “This is the big house," he exclaimed with his best bad boy grin. Permanent Cosmetics & Electrolysis 10 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE (jotted etape* fact factXutea or accent ^out natural facial (inca coit A... PERMANENT COSMETICS: Eyebrows. Eyeliner, Lipliner, Full lips, Beauty Marks, Camouflage,etc. ELECROLYSIS (Permanent Hair Removal) Shape Eyebrows, Facial Hair, Bikini Line, Body Hair, etc. 609-3418 210-710-9016 711 Walnut New Braunfels. TX 10% OFF ANY SERVICE WITH THIS COUPON "Kick off’ the Fall Allergy Season with Central Texas Health Research Volunteers ages 12 and over are needed for a Fall Allergy Study involving an investigational medication. Qualified participants will be compensated. 4£_ a 40_»- 30 .it Mi For more information, please call (830) 609-0900 Bamboo Asian Buffed CHINESE • JAPANESE • B.B.Q. BUFFET Now Featuring Our New Mongolian Bar ^ Your cuisine cooked as you watch! BUFFET • DINE IN • CARRV OUT Open 7 Days a Week 5 SUN-THUR: UAM-9PM FRI & SAT: UAM - 10PM Lunch Buffet - 11:00AM to 3:30 PM $5.99 + Tax • Children (4- IO) $3 99 + Tax Dinner Buffet After 3:30 PM $7.99 + Tax • Children (4- IO) $4 99 + Tax Steaks cooked to Older (Lunch & dinner) jn0/AFP WITH THIS COUPON ^ J    ^    Not valid w ith any otlrer offer. Rapines Dec 31,2005 Sunday A1) Day Dinner Buffet PARTY ROOM AVAILABLE 651 Business Loop • IH-35 North Suite 1030 (Located inside Marketplace Shopping Center) All Major Credit Cards & Checks Accepted. (830)626-9888 “The big house! You don’t just get a speeding ticket to get these duds, you have to break some laws—some real laws! ” Hermes just shook his head. “Or come to the Business Trade Show,” he said. WILSON CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Chief made changes to department took over. He brought in new concepts and new thoughts that, in my opinion, kind of got us out of the old, traditional style of fire department.” Wilson, Herber said, loved the fire service and poured everything into the New Braunfels Fire Department. “It was everything to him. That was what he wanted to do and what he was there to do. He was dedicated, and he did a great job,” Herber said. Wilson brought in new philosophies and new approaches, Herber said. “He was instrumental in some of the changes that built the fire department we have today — he laid the foundation for changes with ideas that were not normally thought of in that era,” Herber said. Wilson had a vision that was ahead of its time, I lerber said. Not everyone in the department fully understood at first where he was leading them. “We had a hard time then accepting some of it because it was so different,” Herber said. “But we practice those things today.” Engineer Dennis Williams, whose father, John, served as one of the NBFD’s first medics beginning in the late 1960s, noted Wilson hired him in 1985 — the first firefighter in New Braunfels’ modern era to follow in his father’s footsteps. “He was very kind and he was well thought of,” Williams recalled. “He would go out of his way to help people. Chief Wilson was quiet-spoken and very methodical in his approach to things.” Herber noted that while Wilson kept his office door open and was very approach-able, he had no problem making it clear he was the boss. “You didn’t have to wonder who was in charge,” Herber recalled. “He let us know he was in charge. “But at that time, I think we needed that. He laid the groundwork for the department you see today, which I think is head and shoulders above a lot of departments.” “The Specialists” Assisted Living • Day Care • Respite Care Services Licensed and Certified for Alzheimer^ care. License #030347 & #102276 195 Academy. New Braunfels 830-624-1744 Caregivers Day Out is every Tuesday from 9am - lpm Are you a caregiver in need of some free time? We can help you with your loved one. Are you still experiencing PAIN even though your shingles have healed? Hill Country Medical Associates is conducting a research study of an investigational medication for the treatment of pain following shingles (postherpetic neuralgia) Qualified participants receive: • Study medication and examinations • Reimbursement for time and travel For more information, please contact: Hill Country Medical Associates (830) 625-0305 ext. 229 -tam PUBLIC NOTICE BRIEF EXPLANATORY STATEMENTS OF PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS SPECIAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 8. 2005 PROPOSITION I (HJR 54) HJR 54 would create a Texas rail relocation and improvement fund in the state treasury and would authorize grants of state revenue and issuance of public debt to relocate, rehabilitate, and expand privately and publicly owned passenger and freight rail facilities and to construct railroad underpasses and overpasses. The proposed amendment will appear on the ballot as follows: “The constitutional amendment creating the Texas rail relocation and iniprosement fund and authorizing grants of money and issuance of obligations for financing the relocation, rehabilitation, and expansion of rail facilities." PROPOSITION 2 (HJR 6) HJR 6 would provide that marriage in Texas is solely the union of a man and woman, and that the state and its political subdivisions could not create or recognize any legal status identical to or similar to marriage, including such legal status relationships created outside of Texas, The proposed amendment will appear on the ballot as follows: “The constitutional amendment prosiding that marriage in this state consists only of the union of one man and one woman and prohibiting this state or a political subdivision of this state from creating or recognizing any legal status identical or similar to marriage." PROPOSITION 3 (HJR HO) HJR 80 would provide that local economic development program loans or grants (other than debts secured by a pledge of ad valorem taxes or financed by the issuance of any bonds or other obligations payable from ad valorem taxes) do not constitute or create debt Any provision of state constitutional law that may prohibit or limit the authority of a political subdiv ision of the state to incur debt does not apply to those loans or grants. The proposition will appear on the ballot as follows:    "The    constitutional amendment clarifying that certain economic development programs do not constitute a debt." PROPOSIT ION 4 (SJR 17) SJR 17 would authorize a district judge to deny reinstatement of bail or new bail to a person accused of a felony, if the person’s bail had been revoked or forfeited as a result of the person’s vcelation of a condition of release related to the safety of a victim of the alleged off ense or to the safety of the community- The proposed amendment will appear on the ballot as follows: “The constitutional amendment authorizing the denial of hail to a criminal defendant who violates a condition of the defendant's release pending trial." PROPOSITION 5 (SJR 21) SJR 21 would authorize the Legislature to exempt commercial loans from state usury laws that set maximum interest rates. "Commercial loans” are loans made primarily for business, commercial. investment, agricultural, or similar purposes and not primarily for personal, family, or household purposes The proposed amendment will appear on the ballot as follows: “The constitutional amendment allowing the legislature to define rates of interest for commercial loans." PROPOSITION 6 (HJR 87) HJR 87 would increase the size of the State Commission on Judicial Conduct from eleven to thirteen members by increasing from four to five the number of public members and by adding a constitutional county court judge The additions would ensure that the commission has an odd number of members, w hich is required bv another provision of the state constitution. The proposed amendment will appear on the ballot as follows “ The constitutional amendment to include one additional public member and a constitutional county court judge in the membership of the State Commistion on Judicial Conduct." PROPOSITION 7 (SJR 7) SJR 7 would authorize new options for reverse mortgage agreements for senior homeowners allowing them to draw advances at unscheduled intervals, if and when needed, and only in the amounts needed, dunng the loan term. These are in addition to options that would allow a lump sum payment after settlement or regular periodic, predetermined equal amounts over a term of years or the lifetime of the homeowner Additionally, SJR 7 would: (I) pavhibit the agreement from requiring the use of a credit card, debit card or similar dev ice to obtain an adv ance, (2) prohibit the charge or collection of a transaction fee solely in connection with any debit or advance, after the time the extension of credit is established, and (3) prohibit the lender or holder from unilaterally amending the extension of credit. The proposition will appear on the ballot as follows: “The constitutional amendment authorizing line-of-cred-it advances under a reverse mort-gagt-’’ PROPOSITION 8 (SJR 40) SJR 40 would clear individual land titles by relinquishing and releasing all claims of state ownership interests, including mineral interests, in two local areas, namely , a roughly 4,600 acre area located roughly 14 miles southeast of Gilmer. Texas, and a separate 900 acre area located north of Tyler, Texas The proposed amendment will appear on the ballot as follows “The constitutional amendment providing for the clearing of land titles by relinquishing and releasing any state claim to sovereign ownership or title to interest in certain land in I pshur County and in Smith County." PROPOSITION 9 (HJR 79) HJR 79 would authorize the Legislature to provide staggered six year terms of office for board members serv ing on regional mobility authorities, with no more than one-third of the board positions being appointed every two y ears The proposition will appear on the ballot as follows: “The constitutional amendment authorizing the legislature to pros ide for a six-year term for a board member of a regional mobility authority." I*ublished by Secretary of State Roger Hilham*, www sos. state, tv .us. I ROO. 252.8683 ;