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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 14, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas                                Saturday October 14 2000 I INC Page 3A The Navy on Friday provided these names of the killed and missing in the attack on the US8 Cole KILLED Electronics Technician 1st Class Richard Costelow Morrlsville Pa Signalman Seaman Recruit Cheron Louis Gunn Rex Ga Seaman James Rodrick McDaniels Norfolk Va Seaman Recruit Lakiba Nicole Palmer San Diego Operations Specialist 2nd Class Timothy Lamont Saunders Ringgold Va Ensign Andrew Triplett Macon Miss Seaman Apprentice Craig Bryan Wibbertey Williamsport Md MISSING Hull Maintenance Technician 3rd Class Kenneth Eugene Mechanicsville Va Mess Management Specialist Seaman Lakeina Monique Francis Woodleaf Information Systems Technician Seaman Timothy Lee Gauna Rice Texas Engineman 2nd Class Marc Ian Nieto Fond du Lac Wis Electronics Warfare Technician 3rd Class Ronald Scott Owens Vero Beach Fla Engineman Fireman Joshua Langdon Partett Churchville Md Fireman Apprentice Patrick Howard Roy Cornwall on Hudson Electronics Warfare Technician 2nd Class Kevin Shawn Rux Portland Mess Management Specialist 3rd Class Ronchester Mananga Santiago Kingsville Texas Fireman Gary Graham Swenchonis Rockport Texas Bodies of sailors arrive in Germany RAMSTEIN AIR BASE Germany AP The bodies of five sailors killed in an attack on a Navy ship in Yemen arrived Friday evening in Germany on their way back to the United States Light rain fell as an Air Force honor guard silently transferred the caskets draped in flags from an Air Force jet into separate hearses A flight of sailors from the Sigonella air base in Sicily stood at attention on the tarmac along side airmen in dress blues during the ceremony Flags flew at half staff at the base in western Germany As the caskets were driven away to Landstuhl Regional Medical Center the clouds receded and the setting sun cast a red and yellow reflection across the wet tarmac From Landstuhl a military facility the bodies were to be transported Saturday to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware said Capt Todd White a spokesman at Ramstein Services were planned Saturday at Dover and at the Norfolk Naval Base in Virginia the USS Coles homeport the 86th Airlift Wing at Ramstein said in a statement White said the bodies of two more sailors recovered so far might arrive on later flights carry ing some of the wounded Lt Cmdr Daren Pelkie at the Bahrain base of the Navy 5th Fleet said more than 30 sailors were being flown to Germany for medical attention They were expected to arrive around mid night Friday and be taken to Landstuhl for treatment Other injured sailors have been taken to the east African country of Djibouti The United States says 17 sailors died and 33 were injured in Thursdays explosion on the USS Cole while it was refueling in the Yemeni port of Aden Seven bod ies have so far been recovered The blast tore a hole 30 feet high and 40 feet wide at the ships waterline officials say sui cide bombers blew up a small boat next to the destroyer 1A Air Force Photo Members of the 86th Air Wing Honor Guard carry the remains of fallen sailors from USS Cole from a C17 globemaster III at Ramstein Air Base Germany on Oct 13 2000 Cole was bombed in the Yemen port city of Aden view with The Associated Press in Washington His comments coun tered any suggestion weaponry aboard the ship might have been responsible officials say suicide bombers blew up a small boat next to the destroyer ripping a 30 by40foot hole at the water line Western diplomats in Yemen said the explosion seemed to be the work of a wellorganized group with good connections in the port of Aden who might have provided the bombers with logistical support The diplomats insisting on anonymity said the boat used by the bombers was similar to boats used by port authorities to guide vessels into port or help ships with refueling If terrorism is proven the toll would make it the worst such attack on the military since the bomb ing of an Air Force barracks in Sau di Arabia in 19 that killed 19 mil itary personnel More than 200 miles away in the capital Sana an explosion on Fri day rocked the British Embassy Windows shattered but nobody was hurt Britains foreign secretary said OBITUARIES KOESTER Ethel Stella Koester of New Braunfels passed away Wednesday Oct 11 2000 at the Eden Home at the age of 72 Mrs Koester was born September 29 1898 to Joe Kunetka and Annie Rite Kunetka in Yoakum Texas She lived in Moulton for many years and moved to Seguin in 1933 where she was very active at Emmanuel Lutheran Church A resident of the Eden Home since 1988 she was a member of the Hermann and Sons Lodge Saint Paul Lutheran Church and The Womens Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Association She is survived by daughter Shirley Ruppel of New Braunfels son Earl Koester and wife Ellie of New Braunfels nine grandchil dren eighteen greatgrandchil dren and one greatgreatgrand child Mrs Koester was preceded in death by her husband Henry Koester daughter Nile Ruth Morck two sonsinlaw and one grandson Joel Ruppel Funeral services are scheduled for 10 Monday Oct at Saint Paul Lutheran Church with Dr Charles DeHaven offici ating Interment will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Public visitation will begin at 5 Sunday and will continue until service time at the church Pallbearers will be greatgrand sons Memorial contributions can be made to St Paul Lutheran Church Eden Home or to The Henry Stella Koester scholarship fund at Texas Lutheran University er HOME KRACKAU Elroy Krackau of New Braunfels died on Wednesday Oct 11 2000 in McKenna ttospital at the age of 77 He was born to Rudolph and Helen Krackau on Nov 22 1922 in San Marcos Texas He is survived by his sister Myrtle Timmerman stepsister Jeanette Dietert and her husband Darvin L numerous stepnieces nephews and cousins Funeral services will be held at 2 Monday Oct 16 2000 in the Chapel at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Rev Don Somerville officiating Interment to follow at the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Cemetery Visitation M begin on Sunday from 11 to 2 Monday Memorial contributions may be made to the Diabetes Association er HOME NEW HERALDZEITUNG Published on Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Saturday by the New Braunfels Hemld Zeitung USPS 377880 707 Landa or Drawer 311328 New Braunfels Comal County Texas 781311328 Periodical postage paid by the New Braunfels HentldZeitung in New Braunfels Texas Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties three months six months one year Senior Citizen Discounts by car rier delivery only six months one year Mail delivery outside Comal County in Texas three months six months one year Mail outside Texas six months one year Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 am Tuesday through Friday and by 7 Saturday and Sunday can call 830 6259144 POSTMASTER Send address changes to the NewBmunfels HeraldZeitung Drawer 311328 New Braunfels Tx 781311328 a bomb may have been flung into embassy grounds Authorities were investigating AntiWestern sentiment has been running high in the Arab world with protesters condemning the United States in particular during demonstrations against Israels use of force in two weeks of deadly clashes in Jerusalem and the Pales tinian territories The world should not underes timate the anger of Palestinians at this said Mohammed al Sharq a member of the small Pales tinian community in Aden who like many here said he believed out side forces were responsible for the attack on the Cole Esam al Najjar a Palestinian working for a cement com pany said such attacks can never be condoned but you must put yourself in the place of the people who carried it out You have to try to understand that for some people this is the only way left to Yemen was one of the countries where members of the Palestine Liberation Organization settled after being forced from Lebanon Sailors mourn Kingsville mate BOSTON AP Sailors aboard the USS Constitution a site for tourists and special Navy ceremonies on Friday remem bered a former shipmate who was killed in the bomb attack on the USS Cole in Yemen Ronchester Mananga Santiago a cook from Kingsville Texas was among those listed as missing from the USS Cole Santiago whose nickname was left the Constitution in January after spending four years stationed there Senior Chief Mark Johnson said there had been plans for a celebra tion of the Navys 225th anniver sary Friday at the Constitution but those ceremonies would be toned down closed to the media and there would be a moment of silence for Santiago and the others who died aboard the Cole Johnson said Santiago was very wellliked among the 60 active crew members aboard the Constitution Nearly a million tourists visit Old Ironsides each year The ship also hosts ceremonial func tions SUBSCRIBE TO THE HERALD ZEITUNG CALL 6259144 HERALDZEITUNG October Family Vacation Giveaway Join the family of subscribers Bring or mail your 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