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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 12, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas FIEDLER Kenneth J f iedlef bom April 14 day November 2003 He had back gery and was on the mend when he oped heart problems During his Ufedme he was Very devoted to his community and community fare Me was a former member pf the Jaycees and a current member bf the Chamber of Commerce a lifetime ber of the VFW and the Comal County Fair Associa tion a retired Opa in the Wurst Association and a member of the Heritage Society He was also a former member of the Noon Lions Club and Charter President of the Morning lions Club In more recent years he became very active in a number of organizations pertaining to the environ ment and water conserva tion During World War n he was on active duty for about five years serving his overseas duty in the European The atre As soon as the National Guard was reorganized he joined it and served until retirement age ending his military service as a Lt Colonel in the U S Army Reserves Kenneth married Lorene Reimer on October and they recently celebrated their 63rd anniversary Sur viving him are his wife Lorene and their children Kerineth J Fiedler Jr and wife Lillian Lloyd fr Fiedler DVM pawn Also surviv ing him grand dreiiJAilne Fiedler Ikmniy husband Tracy LoriMontgomery and hus band Fiedlerahd great grandf softs Ryan Mont private graveside Service at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park A memorial service will be held at the Fkst Protes tant Church at a later date Memorials may be made to the First Protestant Church or a charity of your choice A Viewing at Doeppen schniidt Funeral Home will be held Tuesday Nov 11 2003 from 2 to 9 and on Wednesday Nov 12 2003 from 8 to 12 noon Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home BETTY LOU JACKSON Betty Jackson passed away Sunday Oct in New Braiinfels at the age of 55 Betty Jackson is survived by her husband Don Jack son mother Etta White of Houston Texas son Michael Jones and wife Julie of Hotis ton Texas grandchildren Ashley Abby Alii and Trey Jones son Shawn Benbrook and wife Laha of New Braun fels Texas granddaughters Brittany and Kiley Benbrook and daughter Jenny Olden camp of Minnesota and three grandchildren Betty loved life and lived life to the fullest more friends than one could imagine and will be dearly missed by all The family Would like to extend a big thank you for all the care she received Services will be held Sat urday Nov 15 2003 from 2 to 4 at the Elks Lodge of NeW Braiinfels STACY MORTON SCHMLETEKOPF Beloved wife mothef and daughter Stacy Morton Sehffleitekdpf age 40 years passed from this life into the preserice of God on November Stacy will always be remembered for her warm smile her gracious hospitality and her beautiful Christian spirit during her courageous 20year battle with Crohns Dis ease Stacy was born in Georgia on January She was a resident of New Brauhfels TX for the past 27 years She is survived by her hus band of 19 James M Schmeltekopf daughter Mar garet Elizabeth Schmeltekopf parents Bill and Nell Morton brother MarkMortbn Sharon grandmother Verlie Gdss motherinlaw Addie Schmeltekopf along with numerous other family mem bers and a host of friends The family would like to express its deepest apprecia tion to the jstaff of McKenna Memorial Hospital New Braunfels Police Department New Braunfels Fire Depart ment and Dr Ronald Cohle and other members of the Hill Country Medical Group Visitation began at 4 Tuesday at the Zoeller Funer al Home and continues until Wednesday Services will be Wednesday Nov 12 2003 at 2 at the Oakwood Baptist Church in New which she was a charter member Interment will follow in the Guadalupe Val ley Memorial Park The family has requested that memorial contributions be given to Oakwood Baptist Church Mission Fund or the Foundation ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations CONTlNubROM Page 1A Stay busy and pray theyll return Dale Strange a gunners mate in World War II spent the day with a handful of vet erans at the Alterra Sterling House an assisted living facil ity in New Braunfels Hes been keeping track of the War in Iraq in the news papers Hes worried the United States has gotten itself into a complicated situation Whenever you get started in that kind of thing youre in deep trdubley Strange said Another resident 6f ra John Williamidfl is a strong proponent of the war Im military enough that rni in favor of he said wMamson was in ROfC at Ohio State University He graduated in 1941 and imme diately was drafted He served Until 1970 and flew bombers in three wars I felt like I needed to he said Freedom is price Two of his brothers had already been drafted In Vietnam Williamson served with his brother his PageSA soninlaw and his nephew I think people dont know what we went VVIlliattiSOflSaid At age 8S he himself has forgotten some of what he went through in that four decades he said He wore his Seventh fiomb Wing B36 Association base ball cap Tuesday as a reminder Marsha Thurman his daughter had to live with her father and husband at war As for today she said spous es of servicemen and women at War should get together and support each other Stay busy and pray theyll return she advised TOYOTA CONTINUED FROM Page 1A WalMart tax dollars would be unaffected In New Braunfels about million in inventory would be eligible for the tax break Meek said The city would lose in revenue at the current tax price to pay for the ability to grow commercial taxbase here Mayor Adam Cork said According to a study pre pared for the New Braunfels Industrial Foundation the freeport exemption annual ly would cost Comal County NBISD and CISD The New Braunfels Munic ipal Airport offers a means for manufacturers to ship goods out of Central Texas Council also has prioritized developing the area around the airport into a strong industrial area The freeport exemption also would pro mote commercial develop ment there Manufacturers would have to keep their products no 615 Landa New Braunfels 830 6252349 CONTINUED FROM Page 2A Frank W Silbas 39 New Braunfels to revoke by James G Sleeth 39 Canyon Lake motion to revoke arrest search or Lori M Swaney 42 New Braunfels publiaintgxication Douglas R Taylor 20 New Braunfels injury to a person with intent to cause Adam R Thomas 29 Seguin to proceed Debra L Tisdale 4f unknown address theft by check between and pos session of less than 28 grams of a controlled substance group 3 KennethA Tomes 51 Austin Mark P Torres 20 Spring Branch to revoke trespass Jeremy J Trinidad 19 New Braunfels harassment motion to revoke Arturp V Valdez 19 unknown address possession of drug Wayne M Valdez 21 New more than 175 days per year and ship them out of state to receive the exemption The city would not lose money from the WalMart Distribution Center which ships mostly to stores in the area Meek said Councils vote was unani mous but District 2 Council man Larry Alexander was absent and District 1 Count cilwoman Sonia MunozGill abstained This is one of those no Cork said Its going to be very attractive to Braunfels possession of less ounces marijuana Norberto A Vazquez 22 Bulverde no drivers license failure to maintain financial responsibility Thomas E Watson 20 San Antonio minor driving under llpohol Mary Zamaripa 44 New Braunfels public intoxication resist ing arrest search or transport THI FLOOR DEPOT TO SAVE CERAMIC TILE CLOSEOUT Now 69Sq Ft MARBLE 12X12 Mow Ft DESIGNER HARDWOOD WAS R NOW Ft BERBER OR TEXTURED CARPET WAS IMkM Now Y4 PERGO FLOORING WAS Ft Now Ft SNAP LAMINATE CLOSEOUT WAS sd Ft Now Ft 6 Months No Payment No Interest MONSAT SUN 125 15125 IH 35 N 1 Mi i L 1 U Arnold of San Antonio left this world to join his Lord and Savior on November He was born on June 8 1912 on the family farm in Guadalupe Texas Private Graveside service for the family at 11 on Friday November 14 2003 at Sunset Memorial Park Memorial Service at Bethany Congregational Church of Christ at 2 on Friday November 14 2003 followedby a reception at the church The family invites you to leave a message or memory at by selecting Visitation and Ser vices Select Sign Guest bpok at the bottom of the individual Memorial PORTER LORING 1101MCCULLOUGH REESE ALAN YOUNG Funeral arrangements for Reese Alan Young age 3 of New Braunfels will be held at 2 Friday at the NethertorvFuneral Home Chapel with the Reverend Ronnie White of the First Baptist Church in Cross Plains officiating Interment to follow at Fairview Cemetery in Grosvenor under the direction of Netherton Funeral Home Reese passed away Sunday morning at Brownwood Regional Medical Center In leiu of flowers the fami ly requests that memorials be made to The Childrens Miracle Network Nqtherton Funeral Home Get Your Turkey at Sun Loan CREDIT STARTER LOANS NO COLLATERAL REQUIREDI SE HABLA ESPANOLI by or call Aawtte G Valdw Manage Kate Millar Sr Ant Mgr Yolanda Acosta Asst Mgr Lisa Mitchtll CSR Subject to out literal lending policy Sun Loan Company 144s Seguin NB TX 78130 6206211 RIP GRIFFIN IH 35 North New Brawnfeli 2 GREAT Thanksgiving Offers Cofiee J I3M9 torabread vp beaijs gravy E A R S McKennP J4 emorial Hospital 2003 50th Anniversary Black Tie Gala Saturday November 15th Future Site of McKenna Community Outreach Center 843 W San Antonio St Former provided tty i Qfioti individual t Table of 8 M T K F N N A Proceeds to benefit McKenna Healthcare MEMORIAL HOSPITAL NEW Lift CARING AND HEALING Foundation Call 8306062180 to reserve tickets to Toshiba America Medical Systems Oomal Radiology Bluebonnet Motors Inc t First State Bank Fglbright Jaworski LIP Michael Bette Spain Comer Barbara Alden t CgrdinalHeglth Pgn Wilford Family t Iden inc Frost National lank Jeff DsnteeMund AJJtn Shomn StrisWajnei Mgterg Paper Company Cenfraoflng company LTD jyif rgham Wtstpn t Ntw BrgunftJs Kidney Pise Center OJympuj Amwteg PgejfiCare Pjt Food Quantum Services Summit SlsW t Iraynfeis Title Co Tim Asjiiey Hospital
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