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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 15, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas □ Heraid-Zeitung O Friday, March 15,1996 Work-a-Thon Students from the New Braunfels Christian Academy delivered food and sang for Hospice New Braunfels patients duimg last week’s Work-a-Thon. Taking part in the event included Mrs. Smith’s 5th graders (from left) Corey Seidel, Danielle Henderson, Sarah Mikolajczyk, Allanah Meza and Rachel Duran. The students visited 30 patients during the event. Texas Today Doctor Indicted For Failing To Report Child Abuse Case LANCASTER, Texas (AP) — A veteran prosecutor says an indictment accusing an emergency clinic doctor of failing to report child abuse is believed the first such indictment against a doctor. The misdemeanor indictment accuses Dr. Habiboola Niamatali of failing to report abuse in the case of a 2-year-old boy who was beaten with a belt. • “There may have been some in the past, but I’m not aware ofihem,’\said First Assistant District Attorney Norman Kinne. A woman who answered the phone at Dr. Niamatali’s office rn the Dallas suburb Thursday afternoon said the doctor would have no comment. Former Mob Associate Brought Fuel Tax Scam to Texas, Officials Say DALLAS (AP) — A man who admitted helping the Colombo crime family steal more than $200 million in federal fuel taxes a decade and a half ago has been convicted of a similar scam in Texas. After an eight-week trial, Lawrence “Sal” Iorizzo was convicted Thursday on IO counts of tax evasion, wire fraud and money laundering. At sentencing before U.S. District Judge Sidney Fitzwater on June 7, Iorizzo faces up to 125 years in prison and $2.25 million in fines. Prosecutors said Iorizzo stole more than $1.3 million in federal fuel taxes and tried to blame former Texas A&M University and Chicago Bears linebacker Ross Brupbacher. Iorizzo entered the witness protection program in the early 1980s and assumed the name of Lawrence M. Harrison after pleading guilty to mail fraud in New York. Some Texans Rank Among Top Recipients of Tobacco Interest Contributions WASHINGTON (AP) — A few Texans have joined congressional can-. didates from tobacco-rich stataUirhong'-the big beneficiaries of tobacco industry campaign contributions. A study issued Thursday by the advocacy group Common Cause listed Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison and House Majority Whip Tom DeLay among the top recipients of contnbutions from tobacco interests from 1986 through 1995. During the decade, tobacco interests made $ 11.6 million in political action committee contributions to lawmakers and another $8.9 million in “soft money” donations to political parties. Study Estimates Hundreds Die Annually Trying To Cross Illegally Into Texas HOUSTON (AP) — Bodies of illegal aliens that routinely surface in the Rio Grande along the thousand-mile Texas-Mexico border are known to local authorities as “floaters.” Many never are identified. And for the families who never find their loved ones killed while making the increasingly treacherous unlawful journey across the river to the -United States, they become known simply as “desaparecidos” — the disappeared."^'«*, ....    -«*- A first-of-its-kind study released Thursday by researchers from the University of Houston estimates more than 300 illegal immigrants die each year trying to enter the United States from Mexico to Texas, most of them by drowning. IS Ital' Olde*! Dance Hall .vEridayNlght,Mar.l5 Ado Guthrie Sunday Mar. 17 Thad Beekman 12-4 larry Jot Taylor A The Guacamole Riders 4-8 Advance Tickets Available: Doug Supernaw March 22 For Information Call 606-1281 \bufre Invited: ANTIQUE SHOW cmd Swig * Civic Center, New Braunfels, Texas March 15-16-17,1996 FRI. & SAT., ii a.m. • 7 p.m., • SUN., NOON-5 p.m. SHOW MANAGER DRUMMOND AMERICAN SPECIALTY MAINTENANCE PRODUCTS • FOOD SERVICE • HOUSEKEEPING • MAINTENANCE tam m (210) 606-7373 358 LANDA ST. #N THE SWISS CHALET RESTAURANT The most elegant way to step into the Swiss cuisine. Serving cheese fondus • rabbit •juicy steaks Serving Champaign* Brunch Sunday 11-3 Closed Mondays 27315 Natural Bridge Caverns Rd. 980-4396 1/2 Mile past Natural Bridge Caverns Lunch 11-2 Dinner 5:30-10 pm TRAVEL Concorde / Son Antonio ( tune Ini I (ult iii for /Hickam' I feta Us! V 133 Landa Street J j Obituaries Bradley Lawrence Schultz Bradley Lawrence Schultz, resident of Seguin, died Tuesday, March 12, at the age of 20 years. He is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schultz of Seguin; maternal grandmother Mrs. Ruth Hargus of Seguin; two sisters Stephanie Lyn Schultz and Katherin George Ann Schultz, both of Seguin; one niece Lauren Elizabeth McGree of San Antonio, also other numerous relatives. Bradley attended public schools in San Antonio, Schertz and Seguin. He graduated from Seguin High School in 1993. He was attending UTS A and SAC of San Antonio. He was a member of the Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Seguin Youth Little League Baseball, Seguin Youth Soccer, Junior High football, Gold Stars soccer League, a varsity member of Seguin High School soccer and named all district soccer team and a member of the Church of Christ Church. Funeral services will be held Saturday, March 16, at I p.m. at the Palmer Mortuary Chapel with Pastor Charles Goodnight officiating. Interment will follow at San Geronimo Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Johnnie Daniels, Troy Kapusta, Kevin Vasbinder, Jon Truss, Orlando Castanon and Jason Deboutez. Palmer Mortuary Inc., Seguin Selma Cook Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Selma Cook of New Braunfels, who died Thursday, March 14,1996, at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 92 years. C.U I KOOKS WAI1.AKI I WALNUT 6 629-6400 IU 35 and Walnut Ave. dLSruNCw. home Jacqueline Renee Bracks Jacqueline “Jacque” Renee Bracks, of Austin, died Wednesday, March 13, in Austin at the age of 36 years. She is survived by her parents Martha and Horace Bracks of Burnet; brothers Frank Bracks of Victoria, Robert Bracks and his wife Karen of Pipe Creek; nephews Christopher Allan Bracks and Bryan Scott Bracks of Pipe Creek. Funeral services will be Saturday, March 16 at 2 p.m. at Zoeller Funeral Home with interment to follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Visitation will be from 2 p.m. Friday until service time Saturday at Zoeller Funeral Home. BHK KUMI KURT RUSSELL El Doily 1:454:301 7:00 9:3« tap Doily 1:30 4:45 7:10 9:40 i “    Doily mgn.. La* in $m Fmctoco    5:00 7:05 9:05 Ed [FSI Doily 1:153:15 5:15 7:15 9:151 ~7oei!er— K    ii ^ New Braunfels Community Choral Concert Sunday, March 17,1996 at 3 p.m. First Protestant Church Tickets at Johnson Furniture and China-n-Things t Edgar Rally Cauthem Edgar Kelly Cauthem. of Canyon Lake passed away Thursday, March 14, 1996, at his residence in Canyon Lake at the age of 73 years. Funeral services are Saturday, March 16,1996, at IO a.m. at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake. Visitation will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Iiistt iRiaaio 1:25 3:25 ™ E53    1    V    5:25    7:35    9^0. BROKEN    Daily arrow TRAVOLTA    2:55    5:05 |R|    7:20    9:35 tflUWRU 0m Stow Only] sarah ionic* palter    I ./IC    'I ark schaaffar IU    ,:W5 BRAUNTEX 625-4411 290 W. San Antonio $1.50 ALL SHOWS $1.50 Subscribe to the Heraid-Zeitung today by calling 625-9144. The American President My 2:004:20 JAO 9:20 Nominated for 41 ^P^20 Academy Awards 5:10 MRTMNM. (MI I- * A in’ ’ii • * AT LAST... WORKERS COMPENSATION THE WAY IT SHOULD BE! Spectrum Agency Group is pleased to offer: Special program for Agriculture related industries No State Fund Red Tape Standard Rates for most accounts Monthly Reporting available Premium Financing »'• • •**    4    ate    1    1    i lf J If/ ! i t Spectrum Agency Group... you? insurance solution! Call us for all your insurance needsl 800-880-7623 Commerical Liability & Property, Farm A Ranch Owners Livestock Liability, Animal Mortality, Crop & Hail, Auto, Home, Life, Health and Estate Planning Take a Break For Spring Savings! Tent & Sidewalk Sale, Mardi 16th & 17th Shop over 48 true factory stores like Fill and Floyd during the Spring Breok Tent and Sidewalk Sole this Saturday ond Sunday. There'll be rocks and tables of clearance merchandise, including Bugle Bey, out on the center sidewalks and under the tent, lots of fun with balloon artists being provided throughout the center by The Clown Corps. We're talking big time savings here at Ilia, American Teamster, Carter's, L'egfs-Hanes-Beli'Playtex Superstore, ond oil our other factory stores! Don't miss great savings of up to 70% off original retail prices at New Braunfels Factory Stores' Tent and Sidewalk Sale. There's something for everyone! Center Hours: Mon. • Sat. 9 am • 9 pm, Sun. IO om • 6 pm . Tent Sole Hours: Sat., 9 om • 6 pm., Sun., IO om • 6 pm On IH 35 ot Exit 188, Only 30 minutes from Downtown Son Antonio for more information coil 210/6204806 MHW ehAUNFKte Factory Stores ★ A Chort* Oak Partners Properly ;

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