New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 19, 2003, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 19, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 19, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas August HERALDZEiTtJNO Page 3A Obituaries RAHE t Lydia age of died Satur in San She was born March hi to Fritz and Amanda Haufler She was preceded in death her by her hus Ernst 2001 by a Meta Abel three Her bert and Elmer Klabunde and a Robert Bob by Survivors include a daugh Janice Mae of Bul verde a Ernst Rahe and of Bul verde Bret Rahe and of Spring Texas and a great Barret Reed Rahe KRIZEK John Joseph age of San passed away Krizek retired from the Pearl Brewery after 47 He was preceded in death by his wife of 46 Lydia Friesenhahn July Survivors include daughters and Nancy Doyle Eileen and Bill Annice and MichaelTracy and Donna Krizek sisters and brothers Adeline Kassner and of San Anto nio numerous nieces and Funeral services will be held at 10 at Doeppen schmidt Funeral Home in New with the Marvin Koenig will follow at Paul Lutheran Cemetery at Visitation will begin at noon Tuesday and continue until service time The family will receive friends Tuesday from 6 to 8 at the funeral Memorial contributions may be made to Boysville or charity of ones Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Rosemary and Frank Wallace and Teresa Fey broth er and David and Cheri Krizek and eight grand A rosary will be recited at 7 at Schertz Funeral A Mass will be celebrated atlO at Our Lady of Perpet ual Help in Inter ment will follow at the Selma 2 Memorial donations may be given to Odyssey Schertz Funeral Home LANGE Viola age of New died at Colonial Manor Care Funeral services will be field at 10 today at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New JESSOP Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Karle of New BRUCE Funeral arrangements are complete at Zoeller Funeral Home for Kenneth Kenny age 92 who passed away at the Eden Interment will follow at Comal Memorial contributions may be made to the 7400 Louis Suite San Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home who passed away in San at the age of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home New Graveside services will be at 1 nt the Brookside Memo rial Park in on Zoeller Funeral Home Teenager claims he accidentally shot friend Freshman Tyler Hanlon helps hand out hun dreds of text books to his fel low students dur ing the first day of school at Canyon High Bv RON MALONEY Staff LAKE McQUEENEY A 14yearold boy who was shot in the throat Sunday afternoon was recov ering frorri nis injuries Mon A second age was booked into Guadalupe Coun ty Juvenile Detention Center on an allegation of aggravated assault with a deadly Guadalupe County Sheriffs Investigator Gary Wallace said the shooting incident occurred late Sunday afternoon in the 200 block of Pecan Southwest in the McQueeney Estates sub Officers of the Guadalupe County Sheriffs Office were called to the location for a Wallace Three juveniles were together at the home of the father of our sus pected Two of the boys were inside the home when the third boy tried to enter through a locked front DAVID 1A WEINERT Johnnye Jean Weinert of died Funeral services will be at 4 at First United Methodist Church in with the Lonnie Phillips officiating interment will fol low in San Geronimo Ceme Visitation will be from noon to 9 at Goetz Funeral Home VOIGT Johanna of passed away at the age of 79 A rosary will be held at SeydlerHill Funeral Home in Gonzales at 7 Tues Funeral Mass will be at the James Catholic Church at 2 ACKERMANN Elmer age of New died at Colonial Manor Care Graveside services and interment will be held at at Wetmore Communi NEALE Roy Lewis of Canyon passed away in San at the age of The family will be present at Zoeller Funeral Home to receive visitors frorr 2 to 4 Zoeller Funeral Home HERALDZEITUNG Published on Saturday and Sunday mornings and week day mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung USPS 377880 707 Landa or Drawer New Comal Coun Ttoxas Periodi cal postage paid by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung in New Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties three six one Mail delivery outside Comal Coun ty in Texas three six one Mail out vide 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 Send address changes to the New Braunfels Drawer New with the fam ily receiving friends from p to 8 The family requests memorial contributions be made to the First United Methodist 710 Austin TX 78155 Memorial tributes can be made online at Goetz Funeral Home 713 North Austin TX 78155 830 3792313 with burial in the Hermann Sons Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society or James Catholic Family will receive friends at the funeral home before and after the SeydlerHill Funeral Home ty Cemetery in San with the Ronald Windecker Visi tation will begin at 1 and family will receive friends from to 9 Wednesday Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home In the teachers and staff organized students for pick The first wave of anxious parents came into the building to get their Another group of parents lined up out side as the foyer floor filled with excited chil Parents tell staff their chil drens and staff mem bers send the students Listen for your names boys and said Misty Dun reading Parents started to drive up and park in front of the build Two lines of cars picked up students and drove away from the school like a restau rant Milford was floating from car to car with a walkie She ran up to windows and called childrens names to staff who walked the students to parents The busriders wore paper They started to fill the halls by 3 and headed to the side of the school where the buses pick Armed with another group of staff mem bers made sure the children got on the right Most of the students knew VETERAN EXIRS AGENTS TAX PROFESSIONALS dmte Nivw Mitt tnHh M IRS MM fw Pmntoi on ttw Dowr Written GuwnlH FrV9 TAX SntMlfMflt ConDdmtW Intend hi Our Local OWw 8003787533 Free Intldir Report How to End IRS Pretomi Formrl 8774519111 f OnmPM 2f nOW n fWrtrfy JKHmtoftC where they were but many had to Teachers pointed students to buses or asked them their Klien Road bus said David lead bus One girl didnt know her address or buH and AssiHtant Principal Joni Cok er had to find the bus driver who recognized the By staff was find ing buses or parents for the last of the and the halls and the busloading area cleared of Coker radioed back to the foyer to see if there were any There wore Does that mean roll Coker asked at BUHCH will roll at once students get in the after school Brewer I Lone Star Theatres MARKETPLACE 12 651 Business IH 35 830 625 4400 rics Investigation reVealed that the suspected actor went into his fathers brought out a caliber rifle and approached the front door of his Wallace He said the gun just went The third was struck in the throat after the bullet went through the He was treated at the scene by Lake McQueeney volunteer firefighters and then flown to University Hospital in San where an official would not release information about his Wallace said Monday the boy was stable and The boy suspected of firing the weapon told authorities it was an accident and he hadnt realized the weapon was Wallace He was booked so the incident could be thoroughly reviewed by Were going to let the courte decide if this was Theyll have to make that Wallace 1A Waldrip For someone to sit as a juror in a the judge would instruct them that if they find proof beyond a reasonable they shall return a I stress the word shall because it would be Waldrip A grand Waldrip searches for probable cause a crime was a lesser standard than proof beyond a reasonable If they find probable cause to believe a specific person committed a specific they are not necessarily required to vote to return a true billof indictment or a recommendation of indict ment for a lesser It is within the grand jurys pre rogative to vote even if they do find probable Waldrip Get the news online Exercise Induced Asthma If you cough or have difficulty breathing with you 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