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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 14, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM I Friday, October 14, 2011 | 3A HOW TO SUBMIT AN OBITUARY  ■    Bv Email —    cnm  ■    ByTel«phoiit--Call625-9144, ext ?(H (^turd3v ext 221) Obituaries are paid advertisements  TODAY’S SKRVICKS  ■    SCHLICHTING, Lois. Funeral service 10 a.m., Doeppenschrnidt Funeral Home. Burial following at Gomal Cemetery.  ■    HOLM, Julius Frederick Herman. Funeral service, 10:30 a m , Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Austin, Interment at 3 p.m, Greenwood Cemetery, Fredericksburg.  Edward Lee Reichert  K(lw<irfl l (*f‘ Ri*ichert, age 92;, oi C anyon Lakf' (Sa(tler), Texas (formerly of Houston), passed from this world on Otfober 11, 2011. Edwarfl was horn August 6, 19!in Mart, Texas to Paul and Mabelle Reichert and shared his happy childh(K)d with ( ousin, l laroUl Rogers. He felt  blessed to have been nurtured with loving c are anil that he was taught to l)e si*lf-suffit i(‘nt; a(:knowk*dg-ing with gratitude that, (luring the» most diffii ult eco-noniK times; his [)arents provided for his acad('mi( eflut ation.  Mr. Rei( hert was the Valedidorian of Rosebud High School, class of 19U), and rec i()icn1 of an art scholarship as well as scholastic scholarships. Hc' studic'd arc hitec lure, drawing, painting and sc ulpturc* at the Llnivc'rsity of Texas in Austin, earning a BA in Art hitc*ctur(‘in 1941 and was the re( i )ient of the Alpha Rho ( li Mc*dal for l.eadc'rship, Servic (* and Merit. I le rc'ceived sc hol-arship offers at MIT, Harvard, and Yale for graduate studies.  I U' was a litc*-long Longhorn football fan. He sc‘r\cd activc* duty in Naval Air Intelligence in VVWII, and ( ombat sc*rvi( c' in the Asiatic-Pac ifii and Ameri-c an Theatc'rs. I le was hon-orablv dis( hargc'd as I ieu-ten.inf U.S.N.R. after serving trom NovemlH'r 1942 until lanuan*’ 1 ‘)4(). Fclward Rc'ichert ni.irricHl Tlizabeth Blaik on fanuary 14, 194"Tc'ddie and Lcldic*" (*n(o\c'd a c lose and joyful love and friendship for (nc'arly) (>9 years, and alwavs felt blessed to have eac h other in their lives.  They had four belovec children, Roger ((jina), Patric ia, DavicI (Amy), and julie, and four adored grande hildren: Paul (Amber), Ian, Ben, and Dalton; upon whom they bestowed thc'ir love and attention. Mr. Reichc>rt felt tremendous pride in his family and was openly sentimental and tender about his love. He was )rc*dec (*ased (2(K)8) by his )eloved son-in-law, lim Watts (Patric ia) with whom he sharc*d a < lose, loving friendship.  Mr. Reichc'rt enjoyed an A rc h 11 c‘c t LI re ■ [la rt n e rsh i p (1948-1970) in Houston with ( lose tric^nd I loyd Goehring, and worked with Houston Architc'cture firms, Neuhous ^ Taylor, and C alhoun, Tungate, fackson, iv Dill. He studied painting in Italy with c lose fric'nd .ind me'ntor, Lajos Markos. The ReichcTt family wishes to c'xtend a spe-cial thank you to Bobby I iansen for his loving sup-|)ort, friendship, ancl c are. In li(*u of flowers, the family suggests memorial donations to the New Braunfc'Is Art League in hcjnor of Tdward Reichert. Arrangc*ments are with;  HINKK Al. MOMF NEW BRAUNFELS 830 62S 3434  Peter M. Wilson    VVilson, who [)assed away I uneral arrangemc'fits are October 10, 2011 in  pending at the Zoeller    Nc>w Braunt(>ls at the age  Tuni'wl Llomo for Pi‘tpr M    of 2S vc*ars.  Attorney: Walmart heiress regrets DWI charge  WEATHERFORD (AP)  Wal-Mart Iveirc'ss Alice W.)lton's lavvyt^r says she "ac(e[)ts full rtsponsibili ty" tor a drunken driving charge» that l.inded hc'r in a North Tc'xas jiiil last vvcH'k.  Attorney Dex' j. Kc'lly says W.ilton was ri'turning to hc^r  Parker County home after a birthday dinner in Fort Worth on Friday night whcMi <1 state trooper f)ulled hc'r ()ver.  Kelly says Walton was driving 71 mph in a .55-mph ( onstruction /one on Intc'rstate 20.  Mike’s Handy Man Service  Home Improvements    Free Estimates  Yard IVIaintenance    , ^ No Job to Big or to Small  Fencing    \  Welding    Michael Niles  Tree Trimming Shed & Deck Building  Phone: 830-372-9041  2948 FM 775 Seguin, TX 78155  Cell: 830-305-5944  North Americiin Wholesale  Jewelry & Gift Show  October 28th • 30th  New Braunfels Convention Centei  12-6, Sat io-6, Sun ii-5  ¿r4f OPEN IX) PUBIJC & i 1 * , BUSINi:ss  ^    vvvvw.i ftvshow.coni  FREE ADMISSION DOOR PRIZES ~ HUGE WHOLESALE SUPPLIERS ~     0^              Fashion & Accessories Jewelry & Beads    Gifts & Home Decor     CISD gets ^check ouf tech  From staff reports  Mountain Valley Middle School student Mike Thorpe* doc‘sn't have thc> luxury of computer access at home anytime h(> wants it.  Now, with a new program at C^omal ISl) sch-ondary schools, Thorpe and any other middle or high sc hool student in the distric t can take a coni[)ut-er home with them sinvply by c hecking it out at the camfHis libr.iry.  thanks to fhc' new "Chec k IT ( hit" [)rogram implemented by the- district's technology dc'fhvrt-ment, each secondary cam[)us library has Dell Inspiron laptops to check out, as well as iKids, if’od tou( h devic vs and I lip Vidc'O camc'ras.  "It's very exc iting," Thorpe said. "I've already started working on a lot of my projcH ts at homcv l'v(' Ix'en working on a history researc h projcn t on explorers and the Pennsylvania ('c)lony and doing a PowerPoint for English ( lass."  Students arc' <ils( > pr( a id-c‘d S[)rint Intc-rnc't <u (c>ss through the s( h(M>l distrii t for the* laptops, filter(‘d by  Cornal ISO photo  Canyon Lake High students D.J. Seeger and Heather Armstrong are using Dell Inspiron laptops Students at all Comal ISD secondary schools now have the ability to check out the laptops as well as other technology learning tools like iPads and iPods.  Mol)i( ip.( OR1, which pro-viik's Mobili' ( hild liitc‘rnet PrC)tcH tion.  All ''tiidents iK'C'd to be able to take' honie' an\ of the "( h('c k 11 ( hit" tee h-nologv dc'VK cs is h.ive' thc'ir p.ire'iits sign <i lelc'.ise' torm at the* e ampus library.  "Witliin the lirst we*ek we already had a waiting list," MVMS libr.iriiin ( hristine Kirld s.rid. ' ( )ur  stuflents <vre’ exe itc'd al)out t.iking .ulvant.ige' ot this great o iportunitv.''  "Stucc'fits havi‘ access to the' tull Mic rosott (>tti( e* suite, a built-in webcam where th('y can record thc'mselves n.irrating a project," said lenniter Wivagg, (omal ISO instructional media spe'-( ialist. "They can also m.ike' movies or lyook  re'ports .ind ,ill the* iPods have* vidc'o and still cam e*ras so it a teacher gives an assignme'iit to tnid c'xam-)lc‘s ot erosion ne.ir your louse, studerits can go out and take* vide'O and pie-tures."  lor more* information on the "( he*( k IT ( )ut" program, [)le*,is(* contai t your sciond.iry vtud(*rit's c am-[)tis lil)r,iri.m.  Texas drought leaves Panhandle lake too low for cities to use  Burglar breaks window, takes safe  FORT WORTH (AP)  The* lexas drought h.is left <1 lake' too lcn\ to kc'c'p supplying wat<*r to nearly a do/en Panh.in-dle c ities.  The* Canadian River Munic ipal W.itc'r Authority ne*tir Amarillo has vot ed tc) slop using I .tkc' Mere*dith after tour dec adc's.  This year watc'r was pumpeei only from |une* through August inste*,ul of yc'ar-rouncl — the* first time* that's e*ver bee'n ck)ne*.  The* authority's ge*ne*ral  maiitiger, K(*nl Satti*r white*, s.iys \\at(*r le*y(*ls dropped to a re-rord low just unde*r ? I teet bec ause of the* historic droughl.  Hut he* sciys the' watc*r <uithoril\ s h.ilt a million customers wont notice the' .ibsene c* ot I akc* \tc*redilh s water suppK imtil next summer at tire  C'.illlC’st.  Ih at s w' he *n vv.itc*r usage* IS highc'st.  I Ik* .uilhoritv s rc*main ing vvatc'r souk c* is one* ol the* world s Lirg(*st acjuiteis.  hotn staff reports Some'onc' broke a win dow' at ,\ Ne*w Hrauntc'Is busine'ss e*ither late Mon d<i\ or c'arly luc'sd.u, sne*ake*d inside* and made* ott with a stc'c'l safe* .ind its c ontc*nfs, polic e* s,iid.  ( apt. Mic hae*l Pe'nshorn ol the* Nc'w Braunte'Is Polic c* I )epartment said it hap-pene'd at Hluebonnet ( olh  sion ( ente'r loc atc*d at lOMS N Businc*ss VS. lY'nshorn s.ud sometime* l)e*fwee*n S: iO p.m, Mond.iy and 7: U) a.m. lue'scLu, some*-one* broke* a window and fhc*n unlr)c k(*d a b.u k door to ente*r the building. ()nc e inside*, the burgl.ir or burglars stole an 1 Hme h-by-IH inc h st(‘C*l sate* that con-t,iinc*cl l(*ss than $ 100.  Seagal sworn in as deputy sheriff in W. Texas  Belly-dump trailer spills on frontage road  From staff repurts  A be'lly-dump tr.iiler spilled a load of load paving mate*rial on the ground bloc king trattic in two lanes of the* Intc'rstate* VS frontage' road Ihurs-day morning in New Bra untéis, a ¡loluc' spokc'sman said.  About 7:JS a.m., 48,000 pounds of the mafc'rial, and the tr.u tor and trailer blockc'd the middle and left lanc*s of the frontage* road in the  IJOO block ot I {S N. nc*.ir Me I )onald's, said 11. I le*ath Purvis o| rhe* Ne*w Braunte'Is Polic e De*p.u1 ment Another be'IK dump tr.tile'r w.is e allc'd to the* se: e*ne, Purvis said.  lie' said e*m|)lo\e*e*s with a private* company that hcippenc'd to be* in the* area with e*e|ui|)mc*nf loade'd tlu* matc'rial onto tlte* sc'e (>nd bc'llv-dump tr.iilc'i, and the* .ire'.i was c le*are*d w ifhin .ibout .in hour.  EL PASO (AP)  Martial arts iilm star Ste*ven Sc*agal has bc*e*n sworn in as clepufv she'ritt in a Wc'St Te'xas bordc'r count\ .Hid will start working somc'time* this ye*<ir author itic's said. Hudspe'th ( olid t\ Shc'riff's 11, Robc*rt Wilson c onfirmc*d ihursday fh.it Se*agal, took the o.itli this week. The* sheriff's  Heart of Texas Cremations  Direct (Irenidtion  $775.00  (C ompU-tc)  ();MI7  www.hctiitofti'xaun'miHionyioiti C^all iir sec wchsitc ti>r details  ottic e* Sti\ s tire' stiir c ontac t-e‘dWe*st in August inc|uiring about work opportunities.  Sc'agal lias ben*!) a dc'pufv she*ntf in the [)ast while filniing a re*,ilit\’ show about his work as an offic c*r ot the* law in |e*lterson Parish, louisian.i.  foOllKMAGFi  jt < m I SI ( HOI Ol \ 1 I WlM  Fresh Ricotta Cheese Today!  Made in-iiouse  )C 270 W. San Antonio St.  («30)214-6471 I  ilii' yiitvl tumi I iii^ I'oin^  We Want to Mal<e You a Loan  • No Checking Account Needed  • Usually 30 Minute Service  STOP BY TODAY FOR FAST CASH!  205IH-35 W. Ste 205-P, New Braunfels •1830) 627:8800  ENVIRONMENTAL ENERGY SERVICES  Air Conditioning & Heating  REPAIRS, INSTALLATION & REPLACEMENT^^ 830.438.5090 210.844.3612 '  $30.00 Diagnostic Fee*  No Overtime Rates No Travel Time Fees  Call for a 16 Point Heating Seuson Tune-Up * Residential & Commercial  Our Lady of Perpetual Help  ANNUAL PARISH FESTIVAL Sunday, Oct 16-10 a.m.-8 pun.  POT ROAST AND SAUSAGE SUPPER 10 a.m-6 p.m.. 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