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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 6, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas                                August HERALDZEITUNG Page 3A OBITUARIES Paid advertisements HANNO RUDOLPH HOFFMANN Hanno Rudolph Hoff age of New Braun passed August 2005 at the Kirk wood Public visitation will begin PM Sunday at the funer al home and will continue until PM on The family will be present to receive friends Sunday and Monday from PM until A funeral service will be held Tues August 2005 at Paul Lutheran Church with inter ment to follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Memorial contributions may be given to the Post Box New Texas Doeppenschmidt FUNERAL HOME New Braunfels 830 6253434 SENIOR CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Detective Center helped investigation it look like it was instead donated to her Geraldine Webb resigned her position at the senior center after the allegations At the same four paid employees and two members of the foundations board also No one other than the Webbs has been implicated in the At the time of the resigna police also looked into allegations that a computer hard drive had been Penshorn said with help from the senior center and the police IT the files were He said the erased files included the address list for Meals on a program that feeds homebound sen Penshorn added that throughout the the senior center worked handinhand with police to uncover the Whatever cooperation we they were more than Its just an unfortu nate theres some very compe tent people running the show over I have the utmost confidence they will get things back Mike Penshorn NBPD detective willing to Penshorn They were digging through files and doing whatever we They were very cooperative and bent over backward to help Penshorn added that the allegations do not imply any wrongdoing at the Its just an unfortunate cir he Fortu theres some very competent people running the show over I have the utmost confidence they will get things back togeth Robert Lopez the cur rent executive director of the declined to comment SHUTTLE CONTINUED FROM Page 1 A Extra space walk not necessary He later told the crew they could cut the foam to make it Another call from Mission Control went unanswered for a few minutes as the astro nauts Sorry to ignore astronaut Stephen Robinson radioed as the crew secured items in large white We all have our heads down in The amount of trash being removed was larger than usual because of the year gap in shuttle flights after the Columbia The space station has had to rely on much smaller Russ ian cargo ships for restock ing and a limited amount of trash Fridays activity came a day after NASA gave the allclear for Discovery to return to concluding that there was no need to send the astronauts out on another spacewalk to repair a torn thermal blanket near a cock pit Mission managers could not guarantee that a piece of the blanket wouldnt rip and slam into the spacecraft dur ing but said the chances were We have assessed the risk to the very best of our engineering knowledge and we believe that it is whatever adjective you want to put with deputy shuttle program manager Wayne Hale And the remedy that might be called for to try to make this better would be Had blanket repairs been the work would have come during a fourth It would have been the second time dur ing Discoverys 13day mis sion that astronauts were called on to repair their spacecrafts thermal protec tion Roberts confirmation debate focuses on fraction of cases he worked on WASHINGTON AP Roberts has handled thou sands of cases as a lawyer and but his Supreme Court confirmation hearing proba bly will focus on just a fraction of While most come from Roberts service as deputy solicitor general under the first President a case involv ing gay rights is drawing atten tion to his work in private prac For a Republican adminis Roberts handled issues such as affirmative school prayer and cap ital The White House has refused Democrats request for Roberts writings on the cases he handled for the govern saying they are protect ed by attorneyclient including mem bers of the Senate committee that will hold hearings on the nomination beginning 6 are not so Because Roberts is not speaking pub licly ahead of his confirmation they believe the doc uments can provide insight into the legal philosophy of the 50yearold appellate judge and whether his appointment might shift the high court sig nificantly to the The president cites Judge Roberts work in this post as one of the reasons he made this and the com mittee will want to square these varying accounts to get as close to the truth as we said Vermont Patrick top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary In Rust Roberts helped write a brief urging the court to overturn Roe the 1973 Supreme Court deci sion legalizing In a second Roberts was the lead lawyer in Metro Broad casting maintain ing the government should not favor minorities in the award ing of broadcast The Rust appeal did not involve a challenge to abor Roberts and other lawyers used the case to renew the contention that Roe Wade was wrongly DRAINAGE CONTINUED FROM Page 1A City vows to address residents concerns gates and other selfcon structed What I hear is that when you develop this it will help with drainage prob Sanders Planning and Zoning Commissioner Nadine Knaus said that under the city code when new con struction water is required to stay on the prop erty at the same rate as We are dedicated to mak ing sure the construction does not create Knaus We also want to make sure residents get to be Knaus said the commis sion had looked at the drainage concerns before passing the item on to city council for a final To ease some of the con council members agreed to add the phrase with special emphasis placed on resolving drainage BURN CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Violation of ban a Class C misdemeanor Commissioners ordered a ban in June that County Judge Danny Scheel rescind ed against Manfords recom mendation this past month in response to heavy rainfalls In recent Manford it had become obvious that it was time to revisit the Manford a number of acres of prop erty near Krueger Canyon and Wald roads were burned when a controlled burn escaped its Manford said the man We are dedicated to making sure the construction does not create We also want to make sure residents get to be Nadine Knaus Planning and Zoning member issues to the wording of the item before approving it During another planning and zoning council unanimously approved property owner Pedro Zama ranos request to replat two lots into one in the Georg Ranch Knaus says the request was not unique and instead rep resents a growing trend in Garden Ridge as people are looking for more space and larger Were seeing bigger and bigger houses coming into Garden Knaus Because of our stringent groundcover houses with more amenities are having to expand their power devoted to one such fire leaves much of the coun ty with dramatically reduced fire Precinct 1 Commissioner Jack Dawson said he shared Manfords concerns that if there is no more rain in com ing days the danger could The item that really caught my eye is that 14day outlook in which our drought index will be in the 600700 range without Dawson Were in a situation again where we need a burn Manford The ban passed unani Violation of the burn ban would be a class C mis demeanor punishable by a fine of between and DAVID Christina Parker looks for backtoschool clothes for her self while shopping at Kohls Parker joined hun dreds of local residents who went shopping Friday dur ing the first day of the taxfree SHCMTING CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Backtoschool clothes selling fast was making good Unlike some of her fellow Chumchal had saved up all of her shopping for this Whether the percent discount matters depends on how much you are she For its worth Before the end of the Chumchal said she expected to spend on clothing for her four children saving in the checkout The taxfree weekend con tinues through midnight Sun 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