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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 8, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas herald-zeitung.com | Wednesday,June 8, 2011 | 3A OBITUARIES HOW TO SUBMIT AN OBITUARY ■ By Email obits(®heralcl /mtung com ■ By Telephone - Call 67S9144, ext 207 (Saturday ext 221) Obituaries are [said advertisements TODAY’S SERVICES ■ KUPPERS, Elaine. Visitation, 5-8 p.m., Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home, Sattler. ■ SELL, Erwin J. Funeral 11 a.m., St Paul Lutheran Church. Burial to follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. ONLINE EXCLUSIVE To comment on obituaries or to read comments made by others, visit herald-zeitung.com Elaine Küppers Elaine Küppers who was born on September 1,1915 in Houston, Texas entered into rest on June 5, 2011 at the age of 95 years. She was preceded in death by 3 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild. Elaine is survived by ner daughter, Gayle Manker & husband, James of Canyon Lake, TX; sister-in-law, Elizabeth Diener of Houston, TX; grandson, James 8:00 PM at Doeppen- Railey of Houston, TX; 4 grandchildren; 13 greatgrandchildren; along with numerous nieces and nephews. Elaine was a member of the Canyon Lake Pilots Club, Canyon Lake United Methodist Church and the The Devils Backbone Annuitants Club. The family would like to extend special thanks to her caregivers; Winnie, Marie and Mary and Hope Hospice. Visitation will be held on Wednesday, June 8, 2011 from 5:00 PM until schmidt Funeral Home in Sattler, TX. Graveside Services will be held at 2:00 PM on Thursday, June 9, 2011 at Woodlawn Garden of Memories Cemetery in Houston, TX. In lieu of flowers Memorial Dona-tions may be made to Hope Hospice in New Braunfels. 0 Doeppenschmidt FIINERAI. HOME NEW BRAUNFELS 830-625 3434 Doris V. Maxey Doris V. Maxey of College Station was born August 29, 1924 in Dayton, Ohio. She was preceded in death by her husband, Raymond Maxey. Doris passed away passed away on Sunday, June 5, 2011 at the age of 86. She is survived by her children, Douglas Maxey and wife Judith Maxey of Areata, California and Carol Maxey Gravis and husband Robert Gravis of College Station, Texas; grandchildren, Kelly Gravis Zech and husband Jason Zech of Chicago, Illinois, Joey Gravis of Austin, Texas, Rose Contreras and husband Ricardo Contreras of Santa Cruz, California, Belle Ciotti and husband of Peter Ciotti IV of Areata, California and Joe Maxey of Areata, California; greatgrandchildren, Peter Ciotti V, Gabriel Zech, Cali Contreras and Weston Ciotti and numerous other relatives and friends. Funeral Services will be held at 1:00 PM (viewing will be held one hour prior to service) on Friday, June 10. 2011 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels. Private Family Interment will follow at Hill Country Memorial Gardens. Arrangements are with: 0 Doeppenschmidt FUNERAL HOME NEW BRAUNFELS 830-625-3434 Opal W. Boyd Funeral arrangements are complete at the Zoeller Funeral Home for Opal W. Boyd, who passed away on June 7, 2011 at the Christus Santa Rosa Hospital at the age of 75 years. Visitation will be from 5-8 p.m. Friday at the Zoeller Funeral Home. Funeral services will be Saturday, June 11, 2011 at 9:30 a.m. in the Zoeller Funeral Home chapel. Interment will follow in the Hill Country Memorial Gardens. Mark L Shaeffer Funeral arrangements are pending at the Zoeller Funeral Home for Mark L. Shaeffer, who passed away on June 6, 2011 at the Audie L. Murphy Memorial Veterans Hospital at the age of 65 years. Don Carroll Funeral arrangements are pending at the Zoeller Funeral Home for Don Carroll, who passed away on June 6, 2011 in New Braunfels at the age of 81 years. Author of ‘The Cat Who’ series dies at 97 Lilian Jackson Braun, who died last week in South Carolina, took an 18-year hiatus between "The Cat Who Turned On and Off" and "The Cat Who Saw Red," published in 1986. LANDRUM, S.C.(AP) The author who wrote 29 books in the "The Cat Who ..." mystery series almost quit writing after the third book was published because popular tastes had changed so much, but a casual conversation convinced her to try again. ifcgivtTCrcst «yaf^tniTiily I >r i Util, pa. Read our Blog: rivercrestdentalblog.com “Like” us on Facebook: facebook.com/rivercrestfamiIydental Watch us on YouTube: youtubc.com/rivercrestdental 830.625.7611 280 E. Common St. New Braunfels,Tx www.rivercrestdental.com BRIGHTON Free gift with purchase through June 12th! pajvdng Po ny K Fashion Boutique Downtown New Braunfels Mon-Sat 10-6 «Sun 12-5 LAURA McKFNZIE | Herald-Zeitung McDonald’s donates to 100 Club The 100 Club of Comal County received a donation for $1,328 on Tuesday at McDonald’s at Interstate 35 and Walnut Avenue. The money was raised during the April 22 fundraiser at McDonald's restaurants in New Braunfels, Startzville and Spring Branch. In the event that a law enforcement officer, firefighter, emergency medical provider or jailer is killed in the line of duty, the 100 Club provides immediate financial assistance to the surviving spouse and family. From left are Larry Remy, Lita Salazar, T.D. Thomas, Isabel Muniz, William Standifer, Judd Early, Ted Tolle, Toya Ohlrich, Sheila Early, Sheriff Bob Holder and Garden Ridge Police Chief Donna O'Connor. * LIBERTY Deputies investigate tip of buried bodies A sheriffs spokesman says authorities have asked for a TEYAQ search war- I LAnu rant after receiving an anonymous tip that multi-_ pie dis- Imembered bodies are buried at a rural southeast Texas Associated Press ^ ( ’ m L e * . Liberty County Sheriffs Department spokesman Rex Evans tells The Associated Press that the office received a report Tuesday that there were bodies in the home about 70 miles northeast of Houston. Evans says deputies went to the house and determined a search warrant was needed. AUSTIN Panel OKs changes to prison health care A House committee has approved legislation meant to cut down on soaring health care costs for prisoners in Texas. Tne panel voted Tuesday for a bill that would require inmates who initiate a visit to the doctor to pay a $100 annual fee unless they are indigent. It also requires the Texas Department of Criminal Justice to house inmates with similar health conditions in the same units to reduce costs. DALLAS Dallas pays for alleged false claims The city of Dallas will pay Texas and the U.S. almost $2.5 million to resolve allegations of Cotfáum Tie Titie Claudia Martínez, a graduate of Seguin Beauty School in New Braunfels is joining the salon team at Coiffures De Ville at 394 Landa Street. Claudia is formerly from Gaston’s Salon in New Braunfels. She would like to invite old and new clients to come see her. Call to reserve your selected service with Claudia at (830) 625-4311. ■if : PEDICURE IM. 07/11/11 WELCOMING Claudia Martinez Specializing in foils,| multi-level color & perms ÍUSE Il'LY SPECIALS Color Service, Foils & perms m-owi/ul miscoded claims submitted to Medicare and Medicaid for ambulances dispatched from 911 calls oetween 2006 and 2010. U.S. Attorney James T. Jacks said Tuesday the city did not admit wrongdoing or liability by settling and cooperated with the investigation. The city also made compliance obligations to resolve alleged violations of the civil False Claims Act and Texas Medicaid Fraud Prevention Act. DALLAS Defendant takes stand in murder trial A man accused of killing a Dallas police officer who was trying to serve a warrant has told jurors he was not on medication or delusional at the time of the fatal shooting. Defense attorneys Tuesday began questioning Charles Fciyne, who's charged with capital murder in the 2009 death of Sr. CpI. Norm Smith. HOUSTON Lost couple found safe in Florida A Houston-area husband and wife who meant to drive a mile to a relative's home but ended up on a two-day journey to Florida have been located unharmed. The Harris County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday said relatives were heading to Pensacola, Fla., to pick up 78-year-old Salomon Gasca Sr. and 73-year-old Loren-za Gasca. Gov. Perry adds immigration issues to session AUSTIN (AP) Gov. Rick Perry added immigration legislation to the special session's agenda on Tuesday, including a measure that would remove local law enforcement agencies' ability to make immigration violations a lower priority. Other items he added include how local police use the federal Secure Communities program to check people's immigration status when they are arrested, and checking an applicant's immigration status before issuing driver's licenses and personal iden-tification certificates, according to a statement from Perry. The governor had named similar items as emergency legislation in the regular session, but the bills tailed to reach the full Senate for a vote. Opponents say the measures will lead to racial profiling and harassment. Democrats oppose all the measures and successfully used parliamentary procedure to stymie them until after the deadline passed for passage during the regular session. In a special session, there are fewer opportunities to slow a bill clown. Republicans have a 101 -49 supermajority in the House and a 19-12 majority in the Senate, making it easy for them to pass the measures. Proponents call places where police do not actively enforce federal immigration law "sanctuary cities," a moniker local officials reject. "Texas owes it to the brave law enforcement officials, who put their lives on the line every day to protect our families and communities, to give them the discretion they need to adequately do their jobs," Perry said. 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