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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 16, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas                                October 2001 3 A 1A James decision to enlist was a day of surprise and pride for the Tbwne His parents did not know why a Navy recruiting offi cer arrived at their home on May We did not know that James had called the Debra When I found out he wanted to I was and still am Because he was still nine months shy of his 18th James needed his parents to sign the written consent forms allowing him to He saw the mili tary as an opportunity allowing him to pursue a welding to maintain a family tradition of Naval service and as a chance to see more of the world than central That James departed for the Naval Training Center at Great During that he trained in weld plumbing and aircraft carrier maintenance while looking for an opportunity to return home and marry his high school Obituaries Coalition contributors Many countries have pledged support to the attacks against terrorism and will do so when Heres a look at what some have already The list does not include contributions to K Troops I Military Installations Intelligence sK Equipment Airspace JterrdHst In the governments money laundering watchdog said Swiss banks are unlikely to contain signifi1 cant amdtirtll llftkecl tenrortet w V After four unsuccessful attempts secure a tem porary James mar ried Kim McCracken on James left Texas for on Christmas Day to deploy aboard the The Enterprise was within six weeks of the completion of a seven month deployment when hijackers flew jetliners into the World Trade Center and Pentagon on As the aircraft carrier was turning toward the Indian Debra said her world was turning upside My heart fell into my Debra We never expected something like this to James always told me this was part of his job and its why hes The Townes have not heard from James since 3 but follow the move ments of the USS Enterprise through news And while family members are able to access Africa Liberia Americas Canada Cyprus I Denmark East Bahrain I Israel Jordan Kuwait I f Oman I Qatar Saudi Arabia I United Arab Emirates I Pacific Australia j New Zealand JC Noncombative military medics SOURCE Associated jf P AsiaPacific jwyZiiiiii i7r Norway f Portugal Romania Spain fl I Sweden Turkey If I South Taiwan Central Asia voice mail messages from both the carriers admiral and chaplain for news of when the Enterprise will complete its current Debra the recording has not changed in a In addition to car the Townes find comfort in their belief that James life has already been preserved by a higher power and for a special In Brooks Army Medical Center doc tors expected James to die after a severe automobile accident resulted in heart and liver AP Debra The doctors gave him 72 hours to live and my moth er kept telling me to let go of she But James showed us he had other things in life he had to God has a purpose for him to live a little 1A NEUGEBAUER Linda Neugebauer passed away on 2001 at the ColonialManor Care Center at the age of 84 She is survived by daugh Barbara Rosebrock and husband Willie of New Charlene Soecht ing and husband Vernon of New Helen Lehmann and husband Erwin Lehmann of Spring Dorothy Burkhold er and husband George of Mildred Hoffmann and husband Stanley of New Elaine Falkenberg and husband Rueben of Spring and Frances Blevins and friend Roger Krafti1ofGanyon 37 grandchildren 57jgreati grandchildren and iwo on the way one Charlie Weidner and wife Helen of Spring Branch Lonnie Schmidt of New Eleanor LeClaire of San Marian Neugebauer of Bulverde and Albena Neugebauer of Neugebauer was pre ceded in death by her par Emil and Ella Erben Weidner Willie Neugebauer one Mike Krueger and by one Etta Visitation will begin at noon Tuesday at the Zoeller Funeral Home and continue until noon A Rosary will be recited at 7 Tuesday at the Zoeller Funeral A Mass of cel ebration will be conducted at 2 on Wednesday at the Joseph Catholic Church at Honey Interment in the church During his tenure came a policy requiring advance noti fication for alleged victims when a plea bargain is planned in a criminal I became aware of several cases where crime victims were not notified of a plea bargain until after the Robison This gives the victim the opportunity to be present at the plea bargain 1A and to raise if they The program has worked splendidly with no Robison also said he would continue to mitigate frivolous lawsuits in his There have been tens of thousands of dollars in sanc tions imposed against frivo lous litigation in the past cou ple of mostly in Hays and Comal he We havent had a frivolous lawsuit in a long so the word gets A practicing local attorney prior to his Robison ran unopposed for a second term in After his 1980 graduation from Marys University School of Law in San Anto Robison worked as a briefing clerk for the Texas Court of Criminal He moved to New Braun fels in where he was a civil and criminal attorney for 15 He also worked as a police officer in Click on us at that memorial contributions be given to Hope Hospice New Braunfels or the church building fund or charity of ones Zoeller Funeral Home GILLESPIE Naomi Gillespie passed away on 2001 at the Floresville Nurs ing Center in Floresville at the age of 84 No public visitation is A graveside service will be conducted at 10 on at the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Zoeller Funeral Home HAFLEY Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Julia She died at her residence at the age of Zoeller Funeral Home assaulting a thirdgrade What does Pat mean to you Denero asked Shes my he Denero quickly focused on the crux of the Davis Did you kill Kathie Balo nisrlDeriero his demeanor was wearing a blue a lightcolored shirt and a pais ley He turned to face the jurors and intently looked in their I did he Denero led Davis through a recounting of the day Balo nis He recalled cutting his hand while opening pack ages which the defense has said was the source of an injury the prosecution believes implicates him in the Then Davis described a little after 10 he went outside his apartment to smoke a A man with long stringy black hair wearing a white jeans and sneakers ran down the stairs and took off for the parking Davis He just wasnt acting Davis Davis testimony continues IRS PROBLEMS VETERAN EXIR3 AGENTS ft TAX PROFESSIONALS Free Tax Settlement Confidential Interview In Our Local Office 8009259609 TollFro nwrt tucmolutfon JK Nairn Company Mm Braunfels 457 omcM Free divider Report How to End IRS Problems Foreverl 8774519111 ToIMrm 24 Hour Rteordtd Nisw HERALDZEITUNG Published on Sunday morn ings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Tuesday by the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung USPS 377880 707 Landa or Drawer New Comal Texas 78131 Periodical postage paid 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 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