New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 11, 1995, Page 2

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April 11, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 11, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 2 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ Tuesday, April 11,1995 Obituaries . Vickie Lynn Scott . Vickie Lynn Scott, beloved daughter of Charles and Teresa Scott, entered eternal rest on April 7,1995. She was born Jan. 29,    1975. Other survivors include her brothers, Matthew Scott and Erie Jiminez; grandparents, Charles (Buddy) and Maxine Scott of Oakwood, Texas, and Ken and Hortense Harris of New Braunfels. She was preceded in death by her sister, Rene Scott. Interment will be in Forest Hills Cemetery in Memphis, Tenn., Tuesday, April 11, 1995. Ruth Henson Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Ruth Henson, age 78, who died at the Arboretum Nursing Home in New Braunfels on Monday, April IO, 1995. [ruH(tyL Kwf Wilbert L. Schneider Wilbert L. Schneider, 60, of Bastrop, died Saturday, April 8,1995. He was bom in New Braunfels on July 28,1934 to Henry H. and Toska Wagner Schneider. He worked as a supervisor for the Lower Colorado River Authority for many years. His funeral services will be Tuesday, April ll, 1995 at I p.m. at the funeral chapel of Marrs-Jones-Newby Texas Briefs Senate Passes Bicycle Helmet Bill AUSTIN (AP) — The Texas Senate has passed a bill that would require bicyclists under 18 to wear protective helmets on public roads, but would provide no penalties for violators. Sen. Judith Zaffirini, D-Laredo, said her bill is meant to send a message to save lives. But Sen. Don Henderson, R-Houston, described it as simultaneously useless and intrusive. The measure passed the Senate with a 20-11 vote Monday. It now goes to the House for consideration. “This is something the parents should decide,” said Henderson, who suggested that an educational program about bicycle helmets would be preferable to Mrs. Zaffirini’s bill. “Now we’ve got a (proposed) law that’s going to make law violators of all of the parents in the state whose kids are riding a bicycle without a helmet, but we don’t really mean it because we don’t have any cnminal penalties,” he said. “Really, this is just a feelgood bill telling people that gee whiz, you really ought to put bicycle helmets on your kids. House, Senate Members Begin Carving Out Budget Compromise AUSTIN (AP) — A committee of House and Senate members has begun working out differences in proposals for the next two-year state budget. The Senate earlier this month approved an $80.2 billion budget that would spend more on education and welfare than a $77.6 billion plan proposed by the House. Monday marked the beginning of a weeks-long process in which members of the conference committee will try to reach a compromise on how much funding will be required for government services in 1996 and 1997. “I think there’s a lot of common ground,” said Sen. John Montford, D-Lubbock, chairman of the Senate Finance Committee. “Frankly, the big three items I think we are going to have to spend the most amount of time on are education, Medicaid and juvenile justice programs." The Senate has proposed spending $757 million more than the House in education and $ I billion more rn health and human services. The Senate wants to spend $474 million more than the House in criminal justice. Tax Return Extensions Prepared by James Groin & Company $10.00 Fee Fee will be applied to cost of return, if prepared by our office, at 624 S. Seguin, Ste. B New Braunfels 629-3894 (Next to TJ.’s Burgers) Funeral Home in Bastrop. Interment will follow the service in Fairview Cemetery in Bastrop. Rev. Jimmie Cottle is officiating the services. William Q. Daniel Funeral arrangements are completed at Zoeller Funeral Home for William G. Daniel of New Braunfels. He died Thursday at Eden Home at the age of 83. A memorial service will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday, April 12, at Zoeller Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to Eden Home for the Aged. Joelk Erma Lee Brown Arrangements have been completed at Zoeller Funeral Home for Erma Lee Brown, of New Braunfels. She died at her residence on Friday, April 7, 1995 at the age of 75. A graveside service is scheduled for Tuesday, April 11 at 2 p.m. at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Motlier..s=s JLSJKikIVl moiuf Bruce T. 'Thorny* Shepherd ll Bruce T. “Thorny” Shepherd II, of New Braunfels, passed away Friday, April 7, 1995 in Waco at the age of 37. He was bom March 15, 1958 in New Braunfels to Bruce Thomwell Shep herd and Marilyn Haag Shepherd. He was a resident of New Braunfels for 23 years, having formerly lived in San Antonio. Survivors include his parents, Bruce T. and Marilyn Shepherd of New Braunfels; a sister, Melissa Strawser and her husband David of New Braunfels; two brothers, John A. Shepherd and wife Robyn of Rockport, and Richard Shepherd and wife Julie of New Braunfels; one niece, Lacy Strawser; and two nephews, Connor and Cody Shepherd. A memorial service will be held Wednesday, April 12,1995 at 2 p.m. at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev. Fred Martin officiating. There will be no visitation at the funeral home. Memorials may be made to the charity of one’s choice. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Hilda E. Moellering Hilda E. Moellering, of New Braunfels, died Sunday, April 9, 1995 at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 80. Mrs. Moellering was bom to Alfred Hartmann and Meta (Seipp) Hartmann in Fredericksburg on Feb. 22, 1915. She married Victor Moellering on Aug. 8, 1935 at Zion’s Lutheran Church in Fredericksburg with Rev. F. A. Blucher officiating. She retired from Mission Valley Mills where she worked in the design office. She belonged to the Extension Homemakers and was a member of the Trinity Circle at St Paul Lutheran Church. Survivors include her husband, Victor Moellering of New Braunfels, two daughters, Dolores Busse and husband Roy of St. Cloud, Minn., and Betty Schriewer and husband Alan of Garden Ridge; and 5 grandchildren, John Busse and wife Sue of St. Cloud, Minn., Randy Busse and wife Beth of St. Cloud, Minn., Kirk Busse and wife Vickie of Minn., Wes Schriewer and Casey Schriewer of Garden Ridge. Also surviving is one sister, Alma Oehler of Fredericksburg, and one brother, Elgin Hartmann and wife Ruby of Corpus Christi. Preceding her in death were two sisters, Elsie Triebs and Gertrude Wooldridge, and three brothers, Theo, Edwin, and Martin Hartmann. Funeral services will be Tuesday, April ll, 1995 at Zoeller Funeral Home at 3 p.m. Interment will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. 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