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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 4, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas APRIL 1993 HERALDZEITUNG 3 Obituaries Juan Pedro Perez Services with military honors for Juan Pedro of Fort Worth will be at 10 April 5 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church In New Braunfels with the Jim Burnie Burial will be in Peter and Paul Perez died Thursday in Fort Perez was born May 1922 in Austin to Martin and Tere sa Qarcla He was a retired radio announc and a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic He served in the military during World War Survivors are two Guadalupe Guerrero of New and Sofia Perez of New Braunfels two Jesus Perez and Ruben both of New Braunfels and several nephews and Pallbearers will be Rogelio Paulo Jose VII Henry Manuel Zamora and Jesse A Rosary will be recited at Sunday night in the Morales Morales Funeral Home Chester Lee Pape Services for Chester Lee of New Braunfels will be at 2 April 3 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Elmer Gumper Burial will be in Mountain Val ley Pape died Thursday at Colo nial Manor Care Pape was born 1925 in Comal County to Martin and Norma He was a radio and television repairman at Macks TV Pape was a member of the First Protestant United Church of He was a lifetime member of the Frelhett Bowling Fis cher Store Bowling Club and Mis sion Valley Bowling He was a member of the New Braunfels Volunteer Fire Department for 43 years and was secretary treasurer of Mountain Valley Cemetery Association for 20 He loved hunting and Survivors are his Annie Pape of New Braunfels his moth Norma Pape of New Braun fels three Dennis Pape and wife Debbie of New Braun Harold Pape and wife Rosemary of Laredo and Roger Pape and friend June of Mathls one Gerald Pape of New Braunfels four Chad Kristi Jamie and Stephanie L Pape two Skyler and and numerous other relatives and Visitation will begin at 3 Fri day and Continue until service time on Saturday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Memorials may be made to Hos pice of New Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Bobble Crocker Services for Bobbie of New Braunfels will be at April 3 at Doeppen schmidt Funeral Home with the Charles Probst Burial wil be in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Crocker died April 1 at Eden Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Marjorle Louise Hanover Services for Marjorle Louise of New Braunfels will be at 10 April 5 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Fred Martin offici Burial will be in Guadalupe Val ley Memorial Hanover died Friday at McKenna Memorial Hanover was born July 1922 In Lone She was a credit clerk at Sears in New Survivors are her Sam Hanover one Nancy Percival three Walter Joe Hanover and Bobby Hanover two sisters one broth er 17 grandchildren and 18 great Memorials may be made to the charity of ones Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Alvln Welsch Services for Alvin of New Braunfels will be at 1 April 5 at First Protestant Church of Christ with the Peter Olsen and the Bob Kei th of New Braunfels Burial will be in Comal Ceme Welsch died Thursday at McKenna Memorial Welsch was born June 1905 in New Braunfels to Charles and Ida Marie On he married Mary who preceded him In death on He was a member of the First Protestant United Church of He was a retired Comal County Justice of the after six years of service and a former Comal County Judge for four He was a director for the Edwards Underground Water Dis trict for six Welsch served In the mili tary during World War II and the Korean Survivors are one Nancy Johnson of New Braun fels one Neil Welsch of one Irma Julia Schlueter of New Braunfels seven grandchildren and 15 greatgrand In lieu of memorials may be mad to the Conservation Soci the Heritage the Sophienburg First Protestant Church building fund or the charity of ones Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Victor Akin Funeral arrangements are pend ing with Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New for Victor who died April 3 at McKenna Memorial He was born Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Alyssa DanielleLucille Adams Funeral arrangements are pend CLASSIFIEDS Your Hearing is Too Important to Trust Anything Less Than MiracleEar Are you due for a hearing test YES NO j Do you often ask people to repeat I thamnoluoa themuelves n u n Do you hear people talking but dont Q Q always understand the words q Are you unable to hear conversations Q Q clearly In group or noisy situations A Does It sometimes sound like people s Q Q H around you are mlmbllng DISCOUNT On a MiracleEar System For a limited well give you a discount off the price of a MiracleEar hearing system 2 Instruments or off the purchase of a single Offer valid April 1993 Coupon must be presented at purchase Not valid with any other discount IM1 FREE HEARING AID CHECK AND CLEANING When you purchase your Hearing Aid from we will always be here to give you service SERVING NEW BRAUNFELS FOR OVER 19 YEARS Hearing Aid Center Call Today for Your Hearing Tests and Initial Consultation 201BIN 35 West Age 18 or over Courtyard Shopping Center PHONE 6291561 HOURS Thru 9 AM5 PM New TX FEATURING The Incredibly Small DIAMONDRITE PRODUCTS See Us m nr Spring Cleaning sale For all your needs business or home Everything you need for cleaning vw MtlKlwto paper Dlscouit band 01 Rwiar Ritall Prlcii will supplies Last 242 81 West Mon Fri sac 6256928 NEIGHBORHOOD FULL SERVICE PROBUM SOLVER STORF1 Hard Wafer Problims Bathroom odors soap scum Rtmovir carprt Ckamrs spot Rimovirs sotvi it amirs cirm Kimrs Kooiwd Rtmovir Paptr Mop Bucktts Brooms Floor Mats Diodorairts QVII ciMRtrs Upholsttry eitanirj Floor Ing at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home In New Braunfels for Alyssa DanielleLucille 6 who died April 3 at McKenna Memorial She was born Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Pauline Ott Services for Pauline of New Braunfels will be at 10 April 6 at Peter and Paul Catholic Church with the Eugene OCallaghan Burial will be In Quadalupe Val ley Memorial Ott was born May in Acme to John and Hortense She was a homemaker and member of Peter and Paul Catholic She was preceded in death by her Charles Ott in Survivors are her Ruth Droomgoole of San Antonio two Mollie Davis of San Anto nio and Kathy Leachman of Spring and one nephew Timothy OCon nor of San Zoeller Funeral Home Dudley Allen Franks Dudley Allen of New Braunfels died Thursday A funeral procession will Palmer Mortuary In Seguln April 5 for 1 graveside services at 11 at the Stein Cemetery with the John Gullfoyle Survivors are his Annie Schoenemann of Snook maternal Edwin Welchert of San Antonio maternal Willie Mae Sherwood of New Braunfels pater nal Martha Franks of Seguin his Janice Moore of San Antonio his Charles Franks of Seguin and one David Franks of Visitation will be 29 Sun April 4 at Palmer Palmer Mortuary FORECAST Todays forecast calls for partly cloudy with lows in the 50s and highs in the EXTENDED FORECAST Sunday Partly cloudy Chance of rain Lows in the 50s Highs in the 70s Tuesday Cloudy Chance of rain 30 Lows in the 60s Highs in the 80s Monday Partly cloudy Chance of rain Lows in the 60s Highs in the 70s Wednesday Partly cloudy Chance of rain Lows in the 50s Highs in the 70s TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Light sources 6 Slightest 11 Writing tablet 14 Blue shade 15 Mistake 16 de Janeiro 17 Where Denver Is 19 Swedes name 20 Salamander 21 Station 22 Gather 24 Range part 26 Suffers wounds 27 Bits 0 Rests J2 Type of scarf 33 Put up with J4 Stitch 37 Mining 38 Overweight 39 Kindle 40 Sea bird 41 Lecture 42 Shut 43 Ontario city 45 Poured 46 Belittle 48 Drainage pit 49 Strange 50 For good ness 52 Anguish 56 Twitch 57 Canadian oil center 60 Airline 61 Author of Silas Marner 62 Take part In 63 CA 64 Yellow Iris 65 Large bird DOWN 1 Shoestring 2 Russian sea 3 Obstinate as a 4 Ceremonial code 5 Asian weight 6 Deluded 7 Cupid 8 In routlnlzed 9 Trouble call 10 Lagged behind 11 Occupation 12 Troubled 13 Accomplishes 18 23 Fiber knot 25 Former Ql 26 Crooked 27 Book part 28 Czech river 29 Not wasteful 30 Ancient robe 31 Eulogize 33 Pack away 35 Ending for dlv or rev 36 Unwanted plant 38 Glance over PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED i 1UD3 United Huaturo Syndicate 39 Not showing due respect 41 Attitudes 42 Machine part 44 To a 45 Regretful one 46 Passe 47 Type size 48 Glide on Ice 50 Coasted 51 53 54 55 58 Eager Choir voice Roman road Informer slang Cakes and 59 Positive word STUMPED I 9004543535 code 500 05t per minute
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