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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 19, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas October 2001 HmtALDZmTUNG Page 3A 1A foreign country or an over seas domestic terrorist group with enhanced biochemical officials We think it may be ill advised to think about the situation in terms of an Attorney General John Ashcroft He also raised the possibility that the anthrax attacks could be the work of more than one homegrown terror It might well be that we have opportunists in the United States or terrorists in the United States who are acting in ways that are unre Obituaries said With two of the anthrax letters postmarked in Tren investigators fanned out across the state looking for includ ing whether anyone sought large doses of antibiotics that protect against anthrax infection before the current cases They also checked sites where the sophisticated equipment or anthrax expertise might be Authorities questioned at least one pharmacist in Tren ton about whether anyone bought 60 to 120 tablets of the antibiotic used for treating before 18 the postmark date of an anthraxlaced let ter sent to NBC anchor Tom Brokaw from the same Anyone trying to buy that many would stick out like a sore said pharma cist John who told investigators no cus tomers had tried to buy such a quantity of Cipro is usually prescribed for a week to 14 which is about 10 or 20 At Princeton a 20minute drive from Tren university spokeswoman BURNSIDE Chrystine Burnside died Although she had not been well for sev eral her death came as a surprise to those who had been caring for her and her loved We were beginning to believe that her condition was less fragile than we had Chrystine was one of eight brother and sisters she was the fifth child born to Mai and Henry Mueller of on Only her younger sis Dorthy Slack of Hum is still She graduated from Texas State College for now known as in She taught school for a while upon the outbreak of She served her country in civilian capacityfirst at the San Antonio Arsenal and lat er with the American Red She married Glenn Burnside in 1949 and raised their two children along with as they could his older They cre ated homes across the coun try in six different locales until they settled in New Braunfels in January of Col Burnside died in 1999 almost precisely to the date 23 years earlier when they had come Burnside delighted and took great pride in her chil grandchildren and She is survived by Bonnie B Wachhaus and her hus of York as well as their Mark and Aaron Wachhaus Aarons Eve Gurion Wachhaus of She is also survived by Glenn Burnside II and his of College along with Glenn Heather and Jacob Burnside of Round as well as Olivia and Bryan Lilley of Mary Bruce Anderson and their children Chase and Aveiy AndersonBurnside of join with their larger family and Burnsides numerous great nieces and nephewsthere are even a few and friends of both long time and short duration to mourn She will be sorely A memorial service will be at 2001 at Bayou 4141 Burnsides fami ly wishes to thank the staff of Bayou for the loving care offered her in the 2 years Burnside lived Donations in her name can be sent to Bayou Manor or The Hospice at the Texas Medical Earthmans Bellaire Chapel JOHNSON Shawna Johnson of New passed away on at the age of 22 at McKenna Memo rial Hospital She was born in Long to Thomas Dow Maureen Patricia Hen drix Shawna has been a resi dent of New Braunfels for two years and formerly of She worked for Bill Self Company and also for Liquor Store in New She is survived by her mother and Maureen Johnson and Tom my Hood of father and Tom Johnson and Becky Parks of Texas her twin Shannon Johnson of step Tommy Jr and David Hood both of Louisiana grandparents Pat REPTILE SHOW SALE 2021 tOam 5pm Travis County Expo Center 7311 Decker Hwy 290 East oil with Limit one per and David Norton of Lake and Don and Gail Johnson of Texas Gertrude Schlag of Germany her Kevin Self and his Bill and Sandy Self all of New Braunfels five uncles and one Visitation will be from 8 until 9 Friday and 8 until 9 Satur day at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Graveside services and interment will be at 2 at the Oxford at Memorials can be made to the charity of ones Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home ACHOOACHOOACHOO GESUNDHHT Volunteers are needed for a Fall Allergy Research Study Involving an Investlgatlonal Qualified participants will be Central Texas Health Research 830 6O90900 For the 2001 gift giving the HeraldZeitung elves have found yet another way to help you generate more traffic and IlKMLUZHnUNQ HOLIDAY Mi Holiday Gift Guide A Special Edition like this only comes around once a year The Holiday Gift Guide reaches thousands of holiday shoppers looking for gift ideas and great Deadline November 9th Holiday Gift Guide Second Publication of the Gift Guide will appear in the Sunday December 9th Including the letters to Letters to Santo Coloring Contest The letters to Santa entry form and the coloring contest page will be published in the first Gift Guide along with a complete list of dropoff you buy an your business becomes an official dropoff spot for letters to Santa and the coloring contest resThe first Special Edition publishes r in the Thanksgiving Day edition of the HeraldZeitung he second Special Edition publishes Sunday December 9th The second Special Edition will the letters to Santa and the winning coloring contest NKW BXAUNF BUS HERALDZEITUNG 8306259144 Marily Marks said FBI agents visited the campus In contacts with the thrust of their questions was were we doing research on campus that used anthrax and the answer is said She said the FBI spoke to the head of the Environ mental Health and Safety Department and Tests have concluded that the anthrax in the letter sent to Brokaw was of the same strain as the anthrax sent to an American Media in Boca where one man has Health officials were still testing the anthrax sent to Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle in Tests to determine the source of the anthrax in all three 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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 Saturday and Sunday can call 830 625 Postmaster address changes to the New Braunfels Drawer New fir RESTAURANTS BAKERY NEW HOMETOWN SUNDAY LUNCH SPECIALS WITH THIS AD 20 OFF Sundays from It AM to 3 PM Dine in menu items offer expires Book your holiday parties 8306253280 Just Off 135 Exit 189 East right on Hwy 46 in New Braunfels Open Everyday for Lunch Dinner IN Drivethru October 19 at 651 Walnut in New Braunfels All Customers who use the Drivethru on October 19 will be entered in a drawing for a Winner will be announced on October 20 Pharmacy Hours of Operation 014688
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