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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 10, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas \ Page 6A — Herald-Zeitung — Saturday, September IO, 2005 DEWALT CONTINUED FROM Page 1AMother to be charged • with three felonies Judge Jack Robison, who conducted the 2002 custody trial, set bail on DeWalt at $600,000. Michael DeWalt, who was awarded custody of his son on Oct. 25, 2002 after a two-week custody trial in New Braunfels, was to meet his son for die first time in nearly three years early this morning at the New Braun-fels Municipal Airport. DeWalt thanked authorities late Friday night on his way to the airport. “I want to thank everybody for all their help, particularly the New Braunfels Police Department,” DeWalt said. “There’s been a huge coordination effort between all the agencies. It was nice to see them come together and make this happen. Its been a long road to get th£re.” DeWalt said he looked forward to meeting his son. but what happened after they got together would be directed, he said, by what a San Antonio-based psychologist, Joann Murphey, recommended. Murphey, who police said counseled the boy and was familiar with the DeWalt case, was put on a plane by the Houston-based Child Rescue Network, and accompanied Suzanne and Jeremy DeWalt on the flight back to Texas. “I just want to see him,” DeWalt said. “I d like to know what he’s been up to for the last three years. We have a lot of catching up to do." DeWalt said he was looking forward to reuniting his son with his nephews, Luke and Nick, who live in Fort Worth with his brother, Rod DeWalt. “I'm looking forward to getting them together as soon as we can,” DeWalt said. “But we ll defer to Dr. Murphey.” Also meeting the DeWalts at the New Braunfels airport early this morning would be Rust, Waldrip and other New Braunfels police. “Twelve citizens of Comal County, after a fair and impartial trial, decided that Michael DeWalt was the appropriate person to be his custodial parent,” Waldrip said. “We've been diligently seeking to enforce the jury’s verdict ever since. Its a Michael DeWalt Suzanne DeWalt great day when we can see that that occurs." Rust said DeWalt was believed found Thursday. “We received information that there was a possible sighting and upon getting that, we confirmed the information and followed up on the lead,” Rust said. Local police contacted the FBI in San Antonio and in Monterrey, and the FBI in Mexico coordinated surveillance with authorities in that country. DeWalt and her son were followed throughout the day Friday and were taken into custody late that day. “I received the call about 8 p.m. that in fact she was in custody and she had a lot of false identification,” Rust said. “Since that time, its my understanding she has admitted her true identity.” Local police, Rust said, worked very closely with Philip Klein of Klein Investigations who became involved in the investigation several months ago with the New York-based Child Rescue Network Inc., donating his expertise and resources Rust said were not available in the public sector. “He had been down in that area before, distributed flyers, and my understanding is this caller had seen information off one of the flyers distributed during one of his trips to Mexico," Rust said. Suzanne DeWalt alleged her exhusband and two of his relatives sexually abused her son on a trip out of state in 2000. lx>cal police, Florida police, Texas Department of Public Safety Special Crimes Division, the FBI and the U.S. Naval Investigative Service investigated the charges and ruled them unfounded. The Comal County jury that heard the custody case ruled against Suzanne DeWalt, and on Oct. 25, 2002, she, her mother, Margaret “Peggy” Kearns, and the boy disappeared before the boy could be surrendered to his father. Margaret Keams and her husband, Ed, were both convicted on charges of either interfering with custody or hindering apprehension and served jail time. Both remain on probation. Rust said Detective Mike Penshom and Crime Analyst Libby Rinehart coordinated the investigation that stretched to nearly three years. "I can tell you there are coundess hours, countless telephone calls and countless time spent not only following up leads that were viable, but leads that were not,” Rust said. “When you investigate a case nationally, there’s always someone calling to say they saw them somewhere. We’ve had sightings all over the United States we’ve had to track down. It’s been a major part of Libby’s job. She’s spent time on this case daily. She was relentless.’’ Penshorn, he said, worked to follow up and eliminate the leads and coordinate work with other agencies. Waldrip credited Penshorn and Rinehart with keeping the focus on the case locally. “Their contribution should not be overlooked,” Waldrip said. “Our concern the whole time has been Jeremy.”' Devotional Page B&C Service Center Automotive Repairs 211 North Business ii 629-1072 Catering & Decorating ' Wedding ' Rirthduw • Parties • Ranquets • Debuts • Picnics • Ftowers • Ftoral Arrangements Cateran CATEMst, * amnnnw; I tumult to /J*n> a Hite 34# .4Ives terne Sew Braunfels, TX 78130 (830) 629-5225 I q    1^    830/620-4822    (fox I Keo I eyes    Mi choel D. Tschoepe, M.D f    rn    Jphthtfmoloj 218 L Austin St. New Braunfels, TX 78130 830/6254905 (office! 830/620-4822 (ta) Vision Center jphltmtmology Swjny I Dseoses of the Eye LASIX • LASH • NTITX Heart a Vascular institute of Tests Specializing rn Carpology A Vascular Stephen C. Carey M D., PHD., FA.C C. — - Main re 652 N Houston St 2 New Braunfels TX 78130 (830)609 9058 " Fax: (830)608-0512 Satellite 1395 Saltier Rd #6 Canyon Lake. 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Sunday 9 am Sunday School (att ages) > 10 a m Worship Service & Kids Church • 6 30 p m Evening Worship Service Wstmitiyr: p.m. U-Turn Youth Church Now on the radio! Sundays at 7 a.m. on AM 1580 KWED Your raid-w The Teachings of Jesus A not-lo-he-missed four purl series spanning the life aud teachings of our Savior. Wednesdays, Sept. 14-( )ct. 5 • tinner 6-7 p.m.; reaching 7-8 p.m. til the Parish Hall. Bring a friend! . ^stJohn’s^ : EpiscopalChurch 312 S. T.uenlhei * Nev* Braunfels • 840-625-2532 Unity Church of Practical Christianity 40S Gruene Rd • 830-608-9515 www1. unitxnewbraunfels. org • [email protected] Weddings - Funeral/Memorial Sen il es Spiritual Counseling Rev. Karen Tudor, Minister Herald-Zietung 830-625-9144 707 Landa St. Cooynflhp John A LNN. Owtnbutor Lin.g» Plur MiOdt«town NY NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE Owl A<1v»,1i»ing Sarvic PO Box 10278 Gokfctooro, NC 27532 PARABLES -THE GREAT INSTRUMENT OF TEACHERS! 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WHERE VOUNG AND OLO ALIKE LISTENED TO WHAT HE HAO TO SAX THIS METHOD, AGES BEFOGS THE PRINTED BOOK WAS JUST ABOUT THE ONLY WAY TO INFORM THOSE WHO COULD READ THE WRITTEN WORD WERE FEW AND FAR BETWEEN SO, BY WORD OF MOUTH, HISTORY WAS PASSED DOWN FROM ONE GENERATION TO ANOTHER—BUT THE PARABLE WAS MORE THAN JUST HISTORY—IT PRESENTED TO THE LISTENER MORAL ETHICS, IT MADE Hl*h FONDER ON WHAT WAS THE RIGHT THING TO OO MO WHAT WAS WRONG/ WHEN JESUS BEGAN HIS MINISTRY, HE RECITED THE LAW,HE GAVE HIS "SERMON ON THE MOUNT "BUT THESE DIRECT TEACHINGS WERE MUCH TOO STERN AND DEMANDING—AND TURNED MANY PEOPLE AWAY____ ...BUT WHEN JESUS BEGAN TO ILLUSTRATE HIS SERMONS WITH THE WELL-KNOWN FORM OF THE I PARABLE, THE COMMON MAN COULD UNDERSTAND HIM, CODIO PLACE HIMSELF IN THE STOGlES-A FISHERMAN COULD GET THE POINT IN "THE NET CAST INTO THC SEA", A HERDER COULD WELL UNDERSTAND'THE LOST SHEEP*. AND A FARMER "THE SEED CAST INTO THE GROUND* AND, THROUGH THIS TRADITIONAL METHOD, JESUS' TEACHINGS BEGAN TO SPf?EAP LIKE WI IPF RE / A CAMEL OC A COPE MOW CORRECT IS OUR BIBLE ?l .SAVE THIS FOR TOOR SUNDAY SCHOOL SCRAP- BOOK Allen Cha in A.M.L Church 255 Commerce Sc., 830-624-7869 Res Rev. Bobby Lewis, Pastor; Sun. School IO a.m., Morning service 11 a.m. Anglican St. Joseph Church 446 N. Seguin - 11 a.m. Sung Eucharist or Morning Prayer Assembly or Yahwih, Central Texas Meeting at Unity Church 408 Gruene Rd.. 625-4963; Service: Sat. -12 to 5 p.m. Baha i Faith Working for world peace & the oneness of humanity, (..all (830) 620-9937 Bullan Bole Church 888 Landa St., 620-5102; Sun. services, IO a.m and 7:30 p.m., Wed. 7:30 p.m., Mens class at 8 am. Sat. Bur vias Christian Fellows!* Sun Bible Study 9:15 a.m., Warship Service 10:30 a.m. Sc 6 p.m.. Prayer Ser. Wed. 7 p m Friday Extreme Worship 7:30 p.m. All spanish Serv.7 p.m. Sat. 836-885-2224 Bf thai Methodist Church Of Bulverde 19886 Hwy 46 Wist (Louted on the northeast side of Hwy 46 Sc 281, behind the Keller Williams Realty office) Icrrv A. She, Pastor Sunday Worship: 10:30 am. Adult Si Childrens Sundav School: 9:30 am. (830) 237-4395 An Independent Methodist Denomination BRACKIN ll NTH) METHODIST CHURCH 20377 FM 2252. (I mil. NE of EM 30091 9:30 am Sun School, Nursery -Adult Worship Services: 8:26 Sc 10:45 a m. Calvary Baptist Church I PW. Klein Road, 629-0049; S.S. IO am., Worship 11 am., Eve 5 p.m., Youth - 6 p.m., Worship Wed. Bible study Sc Prayer 6:30 pm Calvary Outreach 424 Comal, Thursday 7:30 p.m. Sun. 9:30 am. 830-627-^105 cconb^hotmail.com or cconb.org Canyon Lake Unhid Methodist Church 206 {Tinstone -Tel. (830)899-7104 Sun. school/Bible study 9:15 am, Worship Services 8:30,9:3(3 & 10:30 a.m. Northside W.S. 10:30 Bunkhaus Lodging. Canyon Lake Presbyterian Church 230 Shepherd Hill, off 2673 (Canyon Lake) (830)964-2427Pastor, Rev. Doug Dalglish Sun. School 9:30 ain., Worship 11 am. Castu Kris Unhid Pentecostal Chirkh 209 Lemonwood Dr. San Antonio, (210) 342-7171 Pastor Paul M. Chance.; Sun. Morning 10:30 am., Wed. evening 7:30 p.m. Christ International Tabernacu, No Carolyn Stovall Gilbert, Pastor (830) 822-6988; Sun. Service IO a.m. -12 p.m. LaQuinta Inn Sc Suites Blue Bonnet ( Difference Room • 375 Highway 46 South, NB, TX (see our ad on mis page for more info.) Christ Presbyterian Church (PCA) 1620 Common. 629-0405 Sun. school, 9:30 a.m., Worship service, 10:40 am.; Pioneer Club. Wed. 6:30 p.m. Christ the King Anojcan Church 1928 Book of Common Prayer • 889 landa Street New Braunfels, Ph. 626-0080; Sun. School 9 am.. Sun. Services IO am.; Rev. Ronald D. “Ron Zapp Church Of Christ EM 3159 and 2673.899-7077. Bible class IO am.. Sun. worship 11 am. Sc 6 p.m., Wed. service 7 p.m. Hwy.725 Church of Ohm 134 Meadow Crest, 620-0055. Douglas Hill; 643-0028; Sun.: Classes 9:30 a.m., Warship 10:30 a m. Sc 6 p.m.. Wed. 7 p.m. Nim Braunites Churc h of Christ 1665 Highway 81 • 1st Assembly 9 am., Bible Class 10:15 a.m., Sun. service 6 p.m., Wed. service 7p.m. Thi Church or Jesus Christ or Latter-Day Saints - conunued on next column - Bishop Jerry Fernandes 624-7890 1390 Hanz Rd. Sacrament Meeting 9 a.m., Sun. School 10:15. Priesthood, Relief {society 11:10 Church or the Na/arene 1465 135 North.; Sun. school 9:30 a.m.,Sun. service 10:45 am., Evening worship at 6 p.m. Sc Wed. worship at 7p.m. Nursery provided Community Christian Church 1750 Old McQueeney Road 620-7174; Services: Sun. School, 9:30 am. Warship, 10:30 am., Coffee Fellowship 9:00 am.; Nursery provided. Community or Christ 1138 Dunlap Drive, N.B., TX; Warship: 11 am. Sun., Sun. School 9:30 am., Prayer Service: 7:30 p.m. Wed. 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