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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 5, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 2 O Herald-Zeitung □ Tuesday, December 5,1995 Obituaries Erwin William Reininger Erwin William Reininger, of New Braunfels, passed away at McKenna Memorial Hospital Saturday, Dec. 2, 1995 at the age of 89. He was bom in Zuehl, Texas Dec. 28,1905 to Richard and Olga (Zuehl) Reininger and married Irene Brehm on Sept. 25,1943 in Newark, New Jersey. His wife preceded him in death Aug. I, 1994. Mr. Reininger was a school teacher with the San Antonio ISD for 20 years. He was a member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ and served during WWII in the U.S. Navy as a chief petty officer. He was a life, member of American Legion Post # 179 and past commander from 1970-71, and a member of: VFW Post #71 IO; Optimist Club; Retired Teachers Association; International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers; past president of Vocational Arts Club; and Alamo Amblers Club. Survivors include two daughters, Shirley Cage, of Blanco, Texas, and Doris Alles, of Bad Duerkheim, Germany; three grandchildren, Sheri Sanderson, Carol Brinkmann and Karin Alles; and three great-grandchildren, Lori and Shelli Sanderson and Nicholas Brinkmann. A funeral service will be held Wednesday, Dec. 6,1995 at I p.m. at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with interment at 2:30 p.m. at the Sunset Memorial Park in San Antonio. The Reverends Richard Carse and Charles Probst will officiate the services. Visitation begins at 8 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 5 and continues until service time on Wednesday. Memorial contributions may be made to First Protestant United Church of Christ. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Eddie Moore Eddie Moore, of New Braunfels, passed away Monday, Dec. 4, 1995 in San Antonio at the age of 65. He was bom in Topeka, Kansas, and was retired from civil service as a computer maintenance supervisor. Survivors include two daughters, Teresa Gilles and husband Norbert, and Susan Custard, and a son, Mark Moore and wife Varah, all of New Braunfels; sisters, Betty Guinn and husband Jack, Millie Hartje and husband Claude, Eva Jean Holloway and husband Gene, and a brother, Jack Moore and wife Marilyn, all of Missouri; grandchildren, Chad Gilles, Adam Custard and Joshua Custard; mother-in-law, Alma Reicherzer; sister-in-law, Gail Reicherzer, brothers-in-law, Carl Reicherzer and wife Kathie, and John Reicherzer and wife Jennifer. He was preceded in death by his wife, Carolyn, in January 1995. Funeral services will be held Wednesday Dec. 6, 1995 at I p.m. at Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church with interment following at the Holy Cross Cemetery. A rosary will be recited Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel. There will be no visitation. Memorials may be made to Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church. ~7aellers=z Z ’jmnFBA! HTMk Elite Bullock Elbe Bullock, of Lubbock, passed away Wednesday, Nov. 29, 1995 at her residence at the age of 78. She was bom in Washington, D.C. Sept. 22,1917 and married George Bullock there. She was a member of the Catholic faith and attended St. Elizabeth’s Parish. She was a charter member of St. Mary’s Hospital Auxiliary, a member of Seniors for Service and a long-time volunteer at Catholic Family Services. She had lived in West Texas since 1955. Survivors include two sons, Harry Bullock, of Golden, Colo., and Paul Bullock, of Lubbock; three daughters, Vickie Smith, of Lubbock, Mary K. Land, of Simpsonville, S.C. and Katie Fournier, of New Braunfels; two sisters, Catherine Schwab, of Washington, D.C. and Anna Gaum, of Arlington, Va.; a brother, Teddy Dieglemann, of Takoma Park, Md.; and 9 grandchildren. A prayer service was held Friday evening and a funeral mass was celebrated at 2 p.m. Saturday at St. Elizabeth’s Catholic Church with the Rev. Michael O’Dwyer as celebrant. Interment followed at Resthaven under the direction of RIX Funeral Directors. The family suggests memorials be made to Catholic Family Services, 102 Ave. J, Lubbock TX 79401. 3rd Annual Wassailfest The Wassailfest committee planned the event during a meeting at Treetops Restaurant last week. Wassailfest Is scheduled for Dec. 7 in Downtown New Braunfels. The grand prize at Wassailfest la a Murder Mystery Weekend at the Prince Solms Inn. Committee members are (from left) K.C. Crandall, Susan Phillips, Anna Lee Hicks, Rosemary Allen, Michael Doherty, Jeff Thompson, Penelope Dougherty, Larry Kunkel, Rusty Brandt, Kyra Brandt and Lee Ann Wright. Prince Solms Inn owners Robert J. Brent (right) and Patsy Brent (left) join PSI manager Carmen Morales In making 100 dozen tamales for sale at Wassailfest, which is scheduled for 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday in Downtown New Braunfels. Open houses, caroling, bell choirs, Santa visits and buggy rides, shopping and other events will take place during this Christmas trail of fun. Subscribe to the Herald-Zeitung by calling 625-9144. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Write on metal 5 Radiant 10 Wedge 14 Riders command 15 Cash: slang 16 Come out second best 17 James —Jones 18 Fragile toys 20 Step 22 Table pert 23 Fencing swords 24 Rank 26 Cozy place to sit 27 Town of the Old West 30 Skunk 34 Medicinal concoction 35 Currently 36 Cut in small cubes 37 Neighbor of Ga. 38 Mexican liquor 41 Mother deer 42 Actress Capshaw 44 Work on a sound track 45 Young doctor 47 Shuffle 49 Profits 50 Settle a debt 51 Colts’ moms 52 Fur-trading name 55 Legendary bird 56 Ball of yarn 60 Wintertime need 63 Therefore 64 Old term for cattle 65 Manicurist’s board 66 Brawl 67 Mix 68 Concise 69 Withered DOWN 1 Woolly animals 2 Girt" 3 Puppeteer Baird 4 Capital of Nova Scotia 5 Elec. unit 6 Hockey player 7 Walked with a swinging gait 8 Fashion designer Cassini 9 Armed conflict 10 Fed the pigs 11 Pit 12 — of Man 13 Clutter 19 Wheel and — 21 Send in payment 25 Ploddingly PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 0HI10H 0H0B UHUH .mans shoe HPJ HHH HU Ii Ll UHUH Hi ii oh HH nimbi MHnn UHUH BEiB0HB HHfflHHU 0C3BHH HL! 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When the shooting stopped, Miller had killed two people, wounded three others and killed himself, police said. At a suburban home where as many as IO people were relaxing on a Sunday evening, Miller burst inside and yelled that he was looking for a woman he claimed had infected him with AIDS, said police Sgt. Ray Torres. “The story from witnesses at the scene, survivors, was Mr. Miller was making claims that he had contracted GIFT BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 629-6400 IH 35 and Walnut Ave. AIDS from an individual, from this female he was searching for,” Tones said. The woman had recently moved out of the house, Torres said, though some of her relatives still lived there and were among those shot by Miller. By Monday afternoon it had not been determined whether Miller was infected with the AIDS virus. Tests were to be done in an autopsy. Rebecca Ann Beard, Miller’s mother, said her son had worried he might be infected with the deadly virus after the woman in question told him she might be infected. Ms. Beard said she thought her son was still awaiting his test results and didn’t know whether he had contracted the virus. MCALLEN, Texas (AP) — Six government officials participated in a “scheme to defraud the citizens of Hidalgo County” by rigging county purchases for bribes, prosecutors contend. “They chose to serve themselves rather than the people they had promised to serve,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Greg Surovic said Monday during closing arguments of the federal bid-rigging trial of suspended Coun ty Judge J. Edgar Ruiz and five others. The officials are accused of conspiring to direct more than $1 million in business to companies represented by former county purchasing agent Ramiro Gonzalez. Prosecutors contend they awarded contracts at inflated prices in exchange for more than $25,000 in cash and airlines tickets to Houston, Los Angeles and Las Vegas. 52 53 54 60 64 hi STUMPED? Call for Answers • Touch- ion# Of Rotary Phono* 1-900-454-3535 ext. code540 • p* Travel ( * ill ( cr! i lieut cs lop Christmas Children with Asthma!!! We need 6-12 year olds that take medication for asthma, for an asthma research study using an investigational medication. Lab testing, monitoring by a Board Certified Physician, and lung function testing provided at no charge. You will also be compensated up to $360 for your participation. Central Texas Health Research New Braunfels    629-9036 133 Landa Street ★ Important Not ire of ★ Paula'4. Maili ifi&fe    *    Manicures * Pedicures * Aery lies * Silk * Forever French J    Paula Spitzer jr W    Gift    Certificates Available Beauty Plex in the Courtyard 107 IH 35 at McQueeney New Braunfels, TX 78130 Bus. (210) 620-4510    Res. (210) 629-6206 BRAUNTEX 625-4411 290 W San Antonio $1 50 ALL SHOWS SI.50 1000.— Giveaway Downtown Dollars Register at any Downtown Business displaying AUCTION No Minimum • No Reserve We Are Instructed To Sell at Auction Regardless of Value Fine Furniture, Paintings, Bronzes, Oriental Rugs, Bric-a-Brac & A Major Collection of African Art From the estate of Karl Provost and others, lending institutions and store closures. Auction Take Place At: Ten (IO) winners will be drawn during Wassailfest on Thursday, December 7th. Each winner will receive $100 Downtown Dollars. R-crl I fr. VT,^IL--■ illn wt I ‘ll II    *"*    Tji*~    ~    ‘ llSllSS'lsSlinilKlliHriliB!'*-.'- New Braunfels Civic Cinter 380 South Seguin Avenue (1-35 Exit Seguin) On* Day Only! Tuesday, December Sib • 7:30 PM Doors Open 6:30 pm for Preview Inventory Includes: Country French Armoire, Remington Bronzes, Large Selection of Oil Paintings, Lithographs, Mirrors, Occasional Chairs, Crystal, Pr 18th c Chippendale Chairs, Large Furniture Collection, Antique Sevre Clock, Jade Temple Carvings, Netske’s, Ivory, Lladro, Lamps, 19th c Cloisonne, Tapestries, Orientalia, and Much, Much More. Aactloiwsr. Morris Tslbsl 73M Phons MOO-999 HH Tsrms: Chock with LO., Vies, MC, Amu, Discos*, Cash 10% Buyer* Premium Everything Stilt Nothing Hilt Bsckl ;