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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 12, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 Thomas Edward Michael StolinskI  Thomas Edward Michael Stolins-ki, f)S, went fo Heaven on (){tober 7 in Huntsville , AL Tom was a native of New Braunft*ls, TX and was retired from the Texas National Guard and the US Postal Service. He was a strong and kinri man who was adored by his tamily, who h(* always put first le was an avid goiter and  in his life, a gourmet cook and enjoyed fishing, gardening and cruising in his Mustang convertible. Tom had a grt'at sense of humor and loved to tell jokc^. f \e was a great dancer and had a good singing voice.  He IS survived by his wife, 1 aVerne of Huntsville ; sons Tim ()odi) and ('hris Stolinski; granddaughters Amanda Stolinski-Rc'yna and Kristyn Allen; and great-grandson, jordan Thomas Reyna, two stepc liildren: Don (Tracey) Koxby, Brandy Moss (Rob('rt) Smith, and five step grande hlldrt'n: Anastasia and Amelia Roxby, and Sam, Reilly and Brandon Moss. In addition, he is  r()i)\>'ssi:i{V[CK.s  ■    TOLSON, Imogene E. Firstname. Funeral service, noon, Zoeller Funeral Home. Interment following at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery.  ■    REYES, Luciano D. Funeral Mass, 10 a.m., at St. John's Catholic Church, 624 E. Hopkins, San Marcos, with interment to follow in San Marcos City Cemetery  survivc'd by four siblings: lanie (Nelson) Remniler, )odi (Billy) Printy, Steve (Laura) Stolinski, and Carl (Cynthia) Stolinski and numerous nieces and nephews.  Tom was preceded in death by his f)arents, Virginia and Frank (Whitey) Stolinski, and by his first wife and the mother of his children. Pal Stolinski.  A memorial service to celebrate Tom's life will be held at Trc*e of Life Church, New Braunfels,TX. on Thursday, Oct 13 at 2:00 f).m.  in lieu of flowers, f)lease donate to the American Heart Association in Tom's memory.  Lois Schlichting  Lois Schli( hting passed away ( )ctob(*r 10, 2011 in San Marcos, TX at the age of 77 Lois was born to Lwald Offerman and Louise Scholl on December iO, I <) M in Hays ('ountv, TX.  Sh(' was preceded in death by her husband, Elrov Schlichting; f>arents; and eight sililings. Lois leaves behind numerous relative's and friends. Lois had a true |)assion for her farm, tamily, .ind faith. Visitation will be held from 1 :()() PM until 8:00 PM on Thursday, October 13, 201 1 .It Doep[)ense hniidt Funeral Home in New Brauntels.  Funeral Services will be> held at 10:00 AM on Friday, October 14, 2011 at Doeppc'nschmidt \ uneraI Llome in New Braunfels, with l)urial immediately following at (^omal ( e*me-tery, with grandchildren ac ting as pallliearers. In lieu of flowers Memorial Donations may be made to Hope Hospic e of Nc‘w Braunfels or the Alzheimer's Assoc iation.  Docppenschmidt  H’NKRAI iio\u NEW BRAUNFELS 830-625-3434  READ OBITUARIES ONLINE AT HERALD ZEITUNG.COM  Nelson Herman Otto Hartwick  F u fiera I a r ra ngeme’n ts are com|)lete at the Z(M*ller Funeral Home for Nelson Herman Otto Hartwi( k, age 76, who f)assed away on Monday, October 1(), 2011 in New Brauntels, Texas due to complic ations from Parkinson's dist'as(\  Born on Dc‘c ember 26, 1‘)34, he was raisc‘d in the Freiheit Community of (;omal C;ounty.  Nelson is survived by his wife of 48 years, Pami'la Borgfeld Hartwick, thrive sons, Allred ( . Hartwick and wife Beverly of Seguin, Kerry Harlwiik and wile* Vic ki of (k’roni-mo, Ri( hard I lartwi( k of Lockhart and daughter, Wanda Kay and husb.ind Duane Aurland of Bul-verde; ten grandchildren, lessic a \ lartwic k statioiK'd at Ft Hood, ( hristine 1 lartWK k of Seguin, ( ur-tis Hartwick and wife K.iu-rc'c'n stationc'd at Ft. ( ,imp-bell, KY, Kry stel <nid Nk ole I iartwK k ol (leroninu), Megan, Kirsten and f rin Hartwic k ot 1 oc khart, Rebec ( a and husband ( ame'ron Fllison of Victoria and Ciordon Duane Aurland ol Bulvcrde, .»long with SIX grcMl gran(i( hil-dren, Kenneth Fruin, jour me Martin, Itli.in Hartwick, Audre>y and Shawn f llison and Alexander I lartwic k.  He IS also siirviv«*«! by brothers, (^arol HartWK k, Dennis Brinkkoc^ter, Arron  Hartwick and sister, Frances (owlc's. He was |)ri*cedc‘d in death by his p.irc>nts, Alfrwl B. Hartwic k and Meta Reiland Hartwick Brinkkoe‘ter; son David 1 iartwi( k, l)roth(‘rs, Norman I lartwK k, lerome Brinkko(‘ter, Donald Brinkkoeter, |ohn Brinkkoeter and Arthur Brinkkoc'ter, Barbara jean Brinkkoeter and Viola ielt-ner.  Nelson Hartwick was known for his su()erior service to National Trans-)ort as a truck driver and ater as to|) notch truc k mechanic and shof) foreman to ( X Trans[)ortation in New Braunfels.  Throughout the* years he enjoyed playing softl)all, bowling, c amping, wat( h-ing wilellife and building ic'eders for his many 4 l(’gge*d .ind winged friends.  Visit.Uion will b(> from S-8 p.m. VVenlnesday at the /oeMler I unc'r.il Flome. Funer.il se*rvi( es will be rhursdav, ()c lof)er 1 201 1 .It 2:00 p.m. ,il the* I riedens I Initc'd ( hur( li of ( hrist.  Intc*rnient will lollow in th(' Lont‘ Oak ( emetery. The lamilv h<)s re*c|uc'sU*el that metnori.il ( ontribu-lions bi* given to I lo[)e f lospi( e, [ ric'dens U( ( , or c haritv ot onc''s ( hoic v.  /OHI.LliK FliNFlULHOMH  I uiu'raK & C r\'m,thnns  IJigiiiiy  aiid.i, Ni'w Br.tuntcK (H-M)) h2S-2^4‘J  Band manager pays for door damage at ocal hotel  By Daiondo Moultrie  Ihe Herald-Zeiluiig  A hotel (l(>rk in Nc'w Brauntels reported that somc'one with the band Los I onely Boys kicked in ci(H)rs at the hotel causing damage over the we('kencl, a city police sf)okesman said.  Police calk'd the band's lour manager and he agreed to pay for the damage, said Ca[)l. lohn M( Donald of the New Braunfels Police i^c'part-inenl.  \U Donald said a c lerk at Mic rol{'l, 1175 N. Businc'ss 35, (ailed police about 7:1 5 a.m. Monday and reportc'd a man came to the front desk in the lobb\' asking for a room key.  Th(> man and the rec(‘[)tionisl argucnl when the receptionist refused to give him the key, M(Donald said.  Th(' man went u[) stairs and ki( kc*d in two doors. Me Donald said the band k'fl without paying lor the (lam.ige.  He' said officers con-lactc'd a man who [)aid for tlie rooms.  Thai man identilied himself as tour manager for Los Lonely Boys and said he would pay for the damage, McDonald said.  Heart of Texas Cremations  Direct Cremation  $775.00  (Completi)  877-271-0507  www.heartofiexiiSiremattons.com  (;all or sec website tor details  Romney: I can work with ‘good’ Dems  HANOVER, N.H.(AP)  Presidential candidate Mitt Romney took some less staunchly conservative stands than his rivals in their debate fuc'sday night, declaring he e an work with "good" Democrats and f)ositioning himself closer to the ce'nter in line with his claim that he can draw crucial inde[)endenl voters in next year's general ('lection.  He even defended portions of the' Wall Street bailout, a particular sore point with many conservative voters who will [)lay an im|)ortant role in c h(X)s-ing the Rfc*publican nomi-ne^e next winter and spring. But the former Massachu  setts governor joined ihe' others in shar[)ly (rilK i/-ing numerous aspc'c K of Prc'sidi'iit Bara( k Obama's {'(onomii poli( i('s m a dc'b.U(' foe us('d on the' nation's Irail ('( onoinv.  Stc'aling a bit of att('nlion trom the de'balc', Rotnney pickc'd u[) Nc'w Ic'rsc'V ( lov. Chris ( hristu's endorse'-ment a U'w hours bc'lore it began. I le's hoping that endorsement, by a man eonsidf'red a )ossil)le major ( onlt'nt er until rc'cenlly, will he'lp t ('inent his su|)port .unong the CiOP establishment .md nurture' an image that he's the party's inc'vilable nominee.  Romney said no one  like's thf' idc'a ol bailing out big Wall Stree't tirms. How-('ver, he said, many ol the at lions Itiken in 2008 and 200‘) were' nt'('(k'd to k('t'|) the doll.u's value Irom |)lumnH'ling and "to make' sure that we didn't all lose' our jobs," The nation was on a pr('c ipi( (', Romney said, "<ind we could have had a (om[)|{'te meltik)wn."  The bailouts are a tone hy subjc'c I in the (.impaign, as many ('lOP voters fault ()bama's handling ol the mattei. Romnc'y said he dis-agrec'd with Obama's ae lions to shore' up (k'ner-al Motors and Chrysler, although the administration says much ol the te(l('ral monc'v has bc'en repaid.  2 Texas death row inmates lose at high court  HOUSTON (AP)  The U.S. Supreme Court has refused appeals Irom two Texas death row inmates, including a Mt‘xi-can national condemned for fatally shcK)ling a security guard (jutside a Houston nightc lub in 1994.  The high court, without commentTu('sday, declined to re^view the case of 35-year-old Felix Rocha. The Me'xican man was 18 when he was arrested for the slay-  ingof ?2-year-()ld Raf)hael Fuenle's. Roc ha conte'ssed to polic e that he was sc'ek-ing rc'venge Ihh ause of a [)revious fight with fuentes.  The justice's also have turnc'd clown the app('.il of 28-year-old Bc'tinka Adams.  He was sentenced to die for fatally shooting .» dis-ablenl man, Kennc'th Van-dever, in 2002 during a convenience store robbery in Rusk, in Fast Texas.  InM'UliicXDwKtlMH  READ NEWS ONLINE  Read news and more at: HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM  October IS"* & lb"* lOani - 5pm  100 artisans feiiturin({ handmade items in Gruene Historic District, Free parking and admission, live entertainment, specialty shopping and unique dining.   www.GrueneMarketDays.com   830.832.1721  Located in front of Adobe Verde Restaurant 1724 Hunter Road - Open Daily at 1 lam Gruene Historic DlHtriit at New Braunfelii  •' Fridax "  JACK  INGRAM  Saturday Nifiht MICKY &  I HE MOTORCARS ^  QttobgrJOth '  LYLE  LOVETT  & HIS AC OUSTIC (iROlIF sgriienehall.cbin  Friends of the Library presents...  Naomi Shihab Nye  Awdrd-wmning Poet-Writer-Anthologist-fditor Sat. Oct. ISth at 7 PM  New Braunfels Public Library 700 E. Common St.  Nye has spent 35 years traveling the country and the world to lead writing workshops and inspiring students of all ages. Her books of poetry indude 19 Varieties of Gazelle: Poems of the Middle East, A Maze Me: Poems for Girls, Red Suitcase, Words Under the Words, and You and Yours. She is the poetry editor for The Texas Observer, and her work has been presented on National Public Radio on A Prairie Home Companion and The Writer's Almanac. She has been featured on two PBS poetry spedals; 'The Language of life with Bill Moyers" and "The United States of Poetry."  The event is free and open to the public  nuYV luduonnii MiiuDiiuHnf  ■    By Email — obits^tTeraid /eitufig com  ■    ByTtlaphon* — Call 6?5 9144, ext ?14 (Saturday ext ?.?]) Obituaries are paid udmiisammts  City asks for public input about drainage  The ( ity of Nc‘w Braunfels is developing ,\ Stormwate*r Managem(*nt -Strategy that will be usc'd to guide future proje>( Is, li'derally recjuired permitting and u{)dates to code using a e ompr(‘-h e n s IV (‘ approat h I    o  stormwa ter man <igem('nt.  T h e> )ro)ee I is ) e I n g 4 u i d e d )y New Brauntels C ity (Ount il, c ity stall and the Wate‘r-shc‘d Advisory i ommitle*e‘ ( omprise'd of individu.ils representing a rang(> ol int{>rc'sts in the c ommuni-ly in relationshif) to stormwaler.  ONLINE  Scan tills code to take tlie survey or visit newbrauntels. metroquest.com  A community poll, designed to gather feed back from the f)ublic on |x»tential stormw.Ue'r stratc* gies most appropriate for New Braunfels, is avail-abl(> at  www.newbraun  f(‘ls.metroc|uest.c om through Dec. 7. The poll also (an Ix' acee*sse‘d from the city's website at wvvw.nbtexas.org.  "VVe are utilizing multi-pl(> approat hes to build (onsemsus around stormwaler strategies tluough f)ublic outreach <md engagc‘ment," said Roiiert ( amareno, assistant c ity manag('r. "This survey olt(‘rs p.irtic ipants l!ie op[)ortunily to rank over twentv diflerent prior  llK'S."  The public is encour agc'd to (ontribute to the ()lan's d(‘velo[)ment by < ompleting the* poll.  Police look into 3 bike thefts  From stall reports  Three bie ye U'S w('rc‘ stole'n in two sep.irate itu i-(k'nts re‘porte(l Frida\ in Nc'w Brauntf'ls, a ( ily poli( e spokesm<in said  lnv(“slig.itors (ontinue to look into the (rimes iind s.iid vvitness(‘s lik'ntifu'd a vehi( U' that c ould Ix' linkc'd to at least one of tlie thells, said ( apt. lolin McDon.ild ot the New BraunU'ls Police Depart-nu'nt.  Me I )onalcl said polic e re'c e'iv(>(l a (all .ibout I J:l() p.m. Saturday about a bik(' stolen Irom the {iruene River Inn. He viid witnesses thene reporU'd that bt'Iween H:07 and 5 a.in. ()(I. a v\hile male driving a blac k f ortl )iekup true k with running )oards pullc'd u[) to an  ,irea n(>ar lh(‘ r(‘stauranl, i III a c h.nn set uring the* bik(‘, [Hit the bi( \( le* in iht* bed of the Inic k and drov(*  away.  Ihe bike is valued at .ibout $ I ,")00 and inve*sti g.ilors h.ue vid('o surveil-lanc(' ol th(> crimt', M( Donald said.  He s.iid a complainant I allc'd police about 7:1 S p.m. Saturday and re*porl (‘(1 sometime' be*lwe*en fri-(lay morning and .ibout S p.m. Saltir(ja\ someone '■lole ,1 p.iir ol l)i( v( l(‘s Irom a c ar[)orl in a ba( k-yard.  ihe crime r(‘[)orte(lly h*ippened in the 7()() block ol Fair Lane. M( Donald said the l)ik(N logeth(*r are* valued at $ 180 and polu e^ have no sus[)ecls in that tlu*lt.  SA teacher, 23, collapses at school, dies  SAN ANTONIO (AP)  Administrators say a 2 \-yc'ar-old teac ht*r in San Antonio has du'd afte*r collapsing at school belore c lasses began lor the day.  Counselors were on hand Tuesday at fast (entrai High School lol-lowirig the death of Mc'lin-(fa Vilk'gas.  An auto[)sy has  be>e*n ord(‘re*d.  ()ffi( lals sa\ Ville*gas, who taught math, was with colleagues Mondav morning in a work room when she t ollapsc'd.  A sf)oke*swoman for the Last ( central Independc'nt School District says Villegas was transported to a hospital, where she was dc’c arc‘d dc'ad.  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