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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 11, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas May 2001 HERALDZEITUNG Page 3AC Obituaries 1A FARMER James Farmer of New Braunfels passed away May in Austin at the age of Farmer was born to James Raymond Farmer and Eva Roberson Farmer in He was a veteran of the Korean having served in the United States Farmer is survived by his lov ing Henri Farmer of New Braunfels sons Randy Farmer of New Braunfels and Jason Farmer and of Canyon Lake mother Eva Farmer of New Braunfels grandsons Ricky Gage Farmer and Alex Farmer was preceded in death by his Raymond A chapel service will take place at 11 May at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel with interment to follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Public visitation will begin at 6 Friday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the family present to receive friends from 6 to 8 Zoeller Funeral Home BREMER Charles Tittle age of New entered into rest May A memorial service took place May at First United Methodist Church of New Zoeller Funeral Home MCDOWELL Joyce Lorraine Burrell McDowell of New Braunfels passed away on April She was born on Decem ber 1931 in to Edith and Russell Joyces laugh will be fondly remembered by her brother Leland Burrell of sisterinlaw Wanda Burrell of New nephew Mike Burrell of nieces Becky Kasprzyk of Corpus Patsy Saputa of New Braunfels and extended fam ily and friends all over the Joyce will be remembered by her family and friends for her unerring sense of an irreverent wit and a whimsical sense of Joyce was a fashion maven in 60s and 70s San Francis She was associated with Magnin Robert Kirk Liberty Bullock Phairs in Walnut Creek and other fashion lead More recently she worked at Ann Taylor in the San Marcos outlet She stayed busy working and vol unteering until failing health put her in the hospital 3 weeks before her A celebration of her life will take place from 2 to 4 May 2001 at the home of Dean and Pat sy Saputa in New Call 6081994 for more infor Any donations can be made to Hospice New KUHLENSCHMIDT Dorothy Mae Linnartz Kuhlenschmidt of passed away Thurs May at The Hospice Center at Wichita Texas at the age of 72 She was born to Arthur Linnartz and Olga Kretzmeier Linnartz on July in New Braun fels and married Virgil Kuh lenschmidt on hi New Kuh lenschmidt was formerly of New having left in She was a home maker and a member of the Presbyterian She graduated from New Braun fels High School in 1946 and from Southwest Texas Teach ers College in She received her masters degree in religious education at Eden Theological She is survived by her hus Virgil Kuhlenschmidt of Texas son John Kuhlenschmidt of Texas daughter Teri Rogers and of Wichita Texas and two grandsons Hunter and Justin of Wichita Visitation will be from 5 to 9 Friday eve ning at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Graveside services and interment are scheduled for 10 Satur May at Comal Cemetery in New Braunfels with the Tim Judkins Memorials can be made to Grace Presbyterian Village Caring 550 Ann TX Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels POWELL Erna Fritsch Powell of New Braunfels passed away May at Eden Home in New Braun fels at the age of 93 She was born to Gustav Fritsch and Dora Emma Anna Rode Fritsch onJjuly 1907J in She married Fred Powell oh in and was a homemaker and member of First United Methodist Church in New Powell lived in New Braunfels since 1972 and was a member of the Order of the Eastern She is survived by her Mary Lee Powell Roland and her hus of New Braunfels two greatgrand sons two sisters Evelyn Har tung of and Marie Coleman and her hus band Frank of Texas one Hilton Fritsch and his of New Braunfels and numer ous nieces and Powell was preceded in death by her husband on March 1983 Leroy Powell seven brothers Gus George Oscar Ben Clem Walter Fritsch and Alyin Fritsch two and Visitation is scheduled from 8 to 9 Friday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 at the funeral Funeral services are scheduled for 2 May at Mausoleum Chapel at CookWalden Capital Park in Austin with Max Zamorano Burial will be in CookWalden Cap ital Park in Memorials may be made to First United Methodist Church or to the charity of ones Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels HAAS Lillian Haas of New Braunfels passed away May at Colonial Manor Care Center at the age of She is sur vived by her Clarelynn Ridenour and her husband and Mary Ann Albrecht sons Dennis Haas and his Mae and Tommy Haas and Patsy sis ters Valeska Counts and her Weldon and Gladys Wesch sistersinlaw Ruby Patterson and Alice Mueller halfbrothers Harold Mueller and his Lucille Emil Mueller and his Margie and Robert Mueller grand children Crystal Haas Susan Smith and her Kei th Jennifer Albrecht Debra lynn Putman and her hus Kenny David Cotton and his Shanna Troy Preiss and his Marty nine greatgrandchildren and friends Ray Daniels and Carol and She was preceded in death by her par Emil and Lydia Mueller husband Roland Haas sisters Alma Baetge and Ester Knetsch brother Alton Mueller and a granddaugh Gina Funeral services will be at 2 May at Zoeller Funeral Home with burial to follow in Comal Visita tion will begin at 3 Fri day at Zoeller Funeral Home with the family present to receive visitors from 6 to 8 Memorial contributions can be made to Alzheimers 7400 Louis Suite San TX Zoeller Funeral Home HALBARDIER Frances Henk Halbardier passed away on May in San Antonio at the age of 80 will begin at 3 Friday at Zoeller Funer al Home and will continue until A Rosary will be recited at 7 Friday at the funeral A Mass of Celebration will be conducted at 10 Saturday at Peter Paul Catholic Church with interment to follow in Peter Paul Catholic Zoeller Funeral Home did not exist this past year when general manager Dale Yates was blasting STGCD and county government in interviews and in a letter to CLWSC In the 13 letter to cus Yates took a swipe at Comal County commission ers for not inviting represen tatives of his company the secondlargest water utility in the county to be repre sented on the county com mittee that drafted the new subdivision He also said the CLWSC was not in favor of a ground water conservation district in western Comal Such a district would provide no additional water but would raise he In County Judge Danny Scheel told the Canyon Lake Times Guardian he was saddened by the letter and that before it was he hadnt been aware that CLWSC wanted to be part of the countys Waterwise Growth Study All the CLWSC had to do was call he The CLWSC did call and worked with the Waterwise committee on the new subdivision None of the previous acri mony appeared on Precinct 1 Commissioner Jack Dawson praised the report prepared by CLWSC and praised the companys general Youve convinced me you have plenty of Daw son I think this report is just I can see in this report how you have changed your mind about the groundwater conservation Daw son CLWSC attorney John Houchins said the water sup plier has planned for the and its ratepayers have spent millions support ing a conversion from Trinity Aquifer water to surface CLWSC is interested in groundwater and has proved he Scheel pressed Houchins on the September I was greatly distressed by that Scheel The CLWSC does the need for a groundwater conservation For certaiA Houchins have spent millions convert ing to surface Scheel I think what we have to recognize is there are thousands of people itii western Comal County whok are not in a position to vert to surface and the groundwater conservation district is of vital to Right CLWSC gets 58 percent of its water from 40 groundwater wells punched into the Trinity The remainder comes from surface water now under contract HERALDZEITUNG Published on Sunday morn ings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung USPS 377880 707 Landa or Drawer New Comal Texas 78131 Periodical postage by the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung in New Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties three six one Senior Cit izen Discounts by carrier deliv ery only six one Mail delivery out side Comal County in Texas three six one Mail outside Texas six one Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 Tuesday through Friday and by 7 Friday and day can call 830 6259144 Seftd changes to the New Braunfela Drawer New Braunfels Legislature races against clock AUSTIN AP The item that got the most attention Thursday in the Texas Leg islature wasnt the stack of bills yet to be It wasnt the unfinished twoyear bud get or the slew of meetings still to be As legislators worked fever ishly they kept one eye care fully on the clock a con stantly ticking reminder of the deadlines cutting off their ability to make new The House had to pass all of its bills by midnight and was expected to work into Friday morning to get through a calendar of more than 320 The Senate was working toward todays deadline cut ting off The 140 day session ends May Any bills that miss those marks and arguably those that 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