New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 2, 1994, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

February 02, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 2, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas GRANZIN'S MEAT MARKET 1644 McQueeney Rd. 625 3510 ■ in I MARI Bf f f JI H K ( Y URY SAUSAG£ Mf AU CUf I SI BLOOD SAUSAGE 8:30-6:00 Monday thru Saturday Why wait your fede ome tax re DEER PROCESSING And Sausage Supplies: 2 A ■ HeraM-ZMung ■ Wednesday.Carter Casteel for Comal County JudgeThe Truth Is: The County is inExcellent Financial Condition* General Fund Reserves-$2,468/33400 Road & Bridge Reserves-$2/676,99600 Rd. Pol. Ad by Thorn** W. "BIT Cudabac, Campaign Traaaurar Rout* 9, Box 206 Canyon Lake, TX 78133 women March 8,1994 Republican Primary Early Voting Feb. 16 through March 4,1994 Un, Mi,. ti i7Liii>fo, ■ .IMi .'I I lii-M .'.I iii num'll ,ir,i •, Jbtfri. fcwndMon Moldfi.GT.007... .moderate Orosi • . 0 • *    • >*• * • *** Mostly sunny and warm todoyt orth s high nssr 60 and a low In tho Mo. Portly cloudy and ooM UHiHmvW| low wO| nign oo* Cloudy with a chanco of attour ars Friday and Saturday. has been in use for 2,000 years 907.24 142 cfs .....141 cts iBlllgslml 626.07, aam# .. .385, sa ma , You’ll see some changes in today’s Catholic schools. Computers share desks with note pads. Instructional videos share shelves with books. Yet one part of Catholic schools hasn’t changed: our Christian values. In a Catholic school, your child will benefit from innovative educational tools and methods - and learn from timeless teachings. After all, moral and spiritual growth is just as important as academic achievement. And today, as always. Catholic school students receive an education for both mind and soul. To learn how you can make a Catholic school your choice for education, please call or visit us today.Obituaries 4 . Harry Hugh Frazier    Ant Lilian Dominguez Frazier, af San Reagan Crump, Sean Peter Murphy, ‘ > Hairy Hugh Fraser, bom Oct 16,    Salvador, bis parenting partner. Beat*    Toby James Leblanc, and James Fred- lFl9, in Fbrt Pierce, St Lucie County,    rice Sones Cardwell of Seguin, Texas;    crick Crump. Honorary failbeaieis are Florida, the son of Harry Hugh Frazier    his daughter, Theresa Frazier Crump    Steanson B. Parks, Ed McLandrich, imd Rnbye Adele Simpson, (bed Jan.    and son-in-law Thomas R. Cramp, af    Roy Young, Ken Sullivan, Moe Sims 30t 1994 in San Salvador; El Salvador;    Seguin; bb son, Hairy Hugh Frazier    and Paul Peck. Interment will be at Central America,* the age of74 years,    and daughter-in-law HdgaDoyjak Fra-    Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. "Awe months and 14 ttys.    zier of Killeen; his step-daughters,    Goetz    Funeral    Homa Mr. Frazier was raised by the Site- Rosa Maria Murphy and her husband, rianFafoea*Miiy Help of Chria- Dr. Scan Murphy, af Eureka Springs,    Dorothy Frltze fins School inTurps, Florida. Aaa Arkansas, and his Frazier, of Lafayette,    Arrangements are pending at Zoeller opting adult; ha worked in the ship-    Louisiana; hit grandson, Dennis Wade    Ftoerri Home for Mrs. Dorothy Fritze ywk at Pascagoula, Mississippi, where    Ohnheiser of New Braunfels; his    ofGaidenRidge, whodiedatMcKen- jke met and married Beatrice Sones,    granddaughters, Karin Frazier Hut of    na Memorial Hospital Tuesday at the the mother of his children. He was    Bradenton, Florida, Angela Frazier    ageof 84. tyred by Superior Oil Go. in Baxter-    Bridgeman of Killeen, and Annette vine, MiaUppi, during the earfy yeas    Frazier of Harker Heights, Texas; his I Offals marriage. In 1947, Superior    itep-grandchildren, Kimberly Crump pnaftntd him to the Lake Creek    Landof Waco; Valerie Crump Kvalo Field, Tomball, texas, where he of Levanger, Norway, and Jon Ret-   - Hearne conrirucrion superintendent gin Crump, of San Antonio; and hit    ——mmgQf- n five almes. After a king tenure with grem^randchildren, Brandy and Isaac    aT^«7TT7| Superior; Mr. Finder founded bnmaoo; Ohnheiser of San Antonio, and Erie    . $A,a Houston bared company in the Anthony Kvalo of Levanger. Mr. Fra-    I    C business ofbuilding«nd refurbishing    der it also survived by his brothers;    IDG nfffiVfihiCFJOT .refineries in foe United States iud Gen- Joseph Cecil Frazier of Tampa, Flori- ;trsl America Since his retirement he    da and John Thomas Frazier of Kings-    MLM?!*ig carli licvyo. fads wodoed as a consultant for Green    land, Texas; his sister, Mary Catherine iqd Associates,* Dallas engineering    (Karinka) Prichard of Merced, Call- fora!* tad numerous nieces and    : Mr. J* razxr was preoeoea rn oeamDy ncpnews.    . U Mao, Hny Hugh Fnzier, in 1935,    Visitation will be Thumday evening    -    Quotum    s    iHMOWLttR hktive of Florida, md by hit grand-    at Goetz Funeral Home in Seguin.    is the vohidt security sin™ thai hooks acts, Anthony Ohnheiser, in 1990, a    Mats will bb said by Moniignor    directly lo tour winks. Rj tan the car. New Bmmfeli residers    Thomas O’Csllathan it St. James    a custom-coded key mint fat be instr- .Ha ta inrvived by Hi mother: Sitter    Cathode Church at IO im. Friday.    ted tNokey.no^Onhyoucaiiitaothe torcs*Simpson it tbs Carmelite    Pallbearer! will be Gregory lohn    “r Iteyencomeswithalifetime.ar pUez. Soto* CHiftmia; Ms wife,    -Bridgeman, Jason MicteelFiekJer, Jon    nmty Otdy Qiaaujn products gintut Sa. “Pete* «tMd Putti. @tU4oUo School 198 West Bridge New Braunfels, Tx. 78130 Phone 625-3233 Registration starts carty March. (jinltnt \wtr yin durn buhlvm fait UrJnhubd According to officials the arrest took place at 1:29 a.rn. Saturday. Officials said Graham*! vehicle, a Foeti pickup, crossed the center stripe of the road. According to reports, Graham was Hopped and a 9 mm semi-automatic pistol was found in his car. ■ Deputies are investigating a burglary that occurred Jan. 28 at San Andrews Lutheran Church on FM 2673, Reports show mon than 51,600 in miscellaneous nems were stolen. Ina hasp is being investigated by Deputy Tommy Ward. S.DA Choice Fresh Fryers Never Frozen U.S.D.A. Choice 7-Bone Chuck Steak I 59 IO lbs. or more Hormel Turkey Pastrami Boneless Beef Cutlet amburger Available whether we prepare V your return or not Mkt Made ' Fresh Sausage Coke Products Fresh Tomatoes U.S.D.A. Choice Chucky 59 Roast I ibBEST BEEF PRICES ^J| Frozen, Cut and Wrap ^Hl/2 Beef    1.55 (J| Hindquarter .    1.73 BHI Forequarter    1.45 ;

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