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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 5, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 10 Tuesday December Obituaries Erwln William Relninger Erwin William Reininger of New Braunfels passed away at McKenna Memorial Hospital Saturday Dec 2 1995 at the age of 89 He was born in Zuehl Texas Dec to Richard and Olga Zuehl Reininger and mar ried Irene Brehm on Sept in Newark New Jersey His wife pre ceded him in death Aug 1 1994 Mr Reininger was a school teacher with the San Antonio ISO for 20 years He was a member of the First Protes tant United Church of Christ and served during WWII in the Navy as a chief petty officer He was a life member of American Legion Post 179 and past commander from 1970 71 and a member of VFW Post Optimist Club Retired Teach ers Association International Broth erhood of Electrical Workers past president of Vocational Arts Club and Alamo Amblers Club Survivors include two daughters Shirley Cage of Blanco Texas and Doris Alles of Bad Duerkheim Ger many three grandchildren Sheri Sanderson Carol Brinkmann and Karin Alles and three greatgrand children Lori and Shelli Sanderson and Nicholas Brinkmann A funeral service will be held Wednesday Dec at 1 at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with interment at at the Sun set Memorial Park in San Antonio The Reverends Richard Carse and Charles Probst will officiate the ser vices Visitation begins at 8 Tues day Dec 5 and continues until ser vice time on Wednesday Memorial contributions may be made to First Protestant United Church of Christ Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Eddie Moore Eddie Moore of New Braunfels passed away Monday Dec 4 1995 in San Antonio at the age of 65 He was bom in Topeka Kansas and was retired from civil service as a comput er maintenance supervisor Survivors include two daughters Teresa Gilles and husband Norbert and Susan Cus tard and a son Mark Moore and wife Varah all of New Braunfels sisters Betty Guinn and husband Jack Millie Hartje and husband Claude Eva Jean Holloway and husband dene and a brother Jack Moore and wife Marilyn all of Missouri grandchildren Chad Gilles Adam Custard and Joshua Cus tard motherinlaw Alma Reicherzer sisterinlaw Gail Reicherzer brothers inlaw Carl Reicherzer and wife Kathie and John Reicherzer and wife Jennifer He was preceded in death by his wife Carolyn in January 1995 Funeral services will be held Wednesday Dec at 1 at Sts Peter Paul Catholic Church with interment following at the Holy Cross Cemetery A rosary will be recited Tuesday evening at 7 at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel There will be no visitation Memorials may be made to Sts Peter Paul Catholic Church Ellie Bullock Ellie Bullock of Lubbock passed away Wednesday Nov 29 1995 at her residence at the age of 78 She was born in Washington Sept and married George Bullock there She was a member of the Catholic faith and attended St Eliza beths Parish She was a charter mem ber of St Marys Hospital Auxiliary a member of Seniors for Service and a longtime volunteer at Catholic Fami ly Services She had lived in West Texas since 1955 Survivors include two sons Harry Bullock of Golden and Paul Bullock of Lubbock three daughters Vickie Smith of Lubbock Mary K Land of Simpsonville and Katie Fournier of New Braunfels two sis ters Catherine Schwab of Washing ton and Anna Gaum of Arling ton a brother Teddy Dieglemann of Takoma Park and 9 grand children A prayer service was held Friday evening and a funeral mass was cele brated at 2 Saturday at St Eliza beths Catholic Church with the Rev Michael ODwyer as celebrant Interment followed at Resthaven under the direction of RIX Funeral Directors The family suggests memorials be made to Catholic Family Services 102 Lubbock TX 79401 3rd Annual Wassailfest The Wassailfest committee planned the event during a meeting at Treetops Restaurant last week Wassailfest Is scheduled for Dec 7 In Downtown New Braunfels The grand prize at Wassailfest Is a Murder Mystery Weekend at the Princd Solms Inn Committee members are from left Crandall Susan Phillips Anna Lee Hicks Rosemary Allen Michael Doherty Jeff Thompson Penelope Dougherty Larry Kunkel Rusty Brandt Kyra Brrindt and Lee Ann Wright Prince Solms Inn owners Robert J Brent right and Patsy Brent left join PSI manager Carmen Morales in making 100 dozen tamales for sale at Wassailfest which is scheduled for 6 to 9 Thursday in Downtown New Braunfels Open houses caroling bell choirs Santa visits and buggy rides shopping and other events will take place dur ing this Christmas trail of fun Subscribe to the HeraldMtung by calling 6259144 TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Write on metal 5 Radiant 10 Wedge 14 Riders command 15 Cash slang 16 Come out second best 17 James Jones 18 Fragile toys 20 Step 22 Table part 23 Fencing swords 24 Rank 26 Cozy place to sit 27 Town of the Old West 30 Skunk 34 Medicinal concoction 35 Currently 36 Cut in small cubes 37 Neighbor of Ga 38 Mexican liquor 41 Mother deer 42 Actress Capshaw 44 Work on a sound track 45 Young doctor 47 Shufffe 49 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in bidrigging trial McALLEN Texas AP Six gov ty Judge J Edgar Ruiz and five others ernment officials participated in a The officials are accused of con scheme to defraud the citizens of Hidalspiring to direct more than 1 million in go County by rigging county purchasbusiness to companies represented by es for bribes prosecutors contend former county purchasing agent They chose to serve themselves Ramiro Gonzalez rather than the people they had promised to Assistant Attorney Greg Surovic said Monday during closing arguments of the feder SAN ANTONIO AP Ulysses Gene Miller was known as a quiet guy A former high school football player and former Marine he got along well with people his mother says But Sunday the day before his 23rd birthday Miller went into a violent rage When the shooting stopped Miller had killed two people wound ed three others and killed himself police said At a suburban home where as many as 10 people were relaxing on a Sun day evening Miller burst inside and yelled that he was looking for a woman he claimed had infected him with AIDS said police Sgt Ray Torres The story from witnesses at the scene survivors was Mr Miller was making claims that he had contracted GIFT BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 629640O IH 35 and Walnut Ave FRI MONTHUR j PG131 AIDS from an individual from this female he was searching Torres said The woman had recently moved out of the house Torres said though some of her relatives still lived there and were among those shot by Miller By Monday afternoon it had not been determined whether Miller was infected with the AIDS virus Tests were to be done in an autopsy Rebecca Ann Beard Millers moth er said her son had worried he might be infected with the deadly virus after the woman in question told him she might be infected Ms Beard said she thought her son was still awaiting his test results and didnt know whether he had contract ed the virus al bidrigging trial of suspended Coun Prosecutors contend they awarded contracts at inflated 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