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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 20, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas ObituariesAttorney files for election *n crurt Col. John H. Fonvielle Private funeral services are pen ding at Ft Sam Houston for retired Army Uol John H Fonvielle who died Dec 1H at an Austin health center Fonvielle -ai a World War ll veteran who graduated in 1918 from the I S Military Academy at West Point and served 16 years will tx* hurled in the national cemetery at Ft Sam Houston The family requests in lieu of flowers donations be made to the charity of one s choice Survivors include his wife Con stance T Fonvielle of Austin children Patricia Curtis of Austin Karl Iceland of Houston John H Fon vielle Jr of Houston and Richard F Fonv idle of New Braunfels and four grandchildren Sam J. Murray ''am J Murray 66 Bt 2 Box 65 5 B died I lev 18 in Hollins Brook Hospital in Lampasas Private services were at New Braunfels Christian Church under the direction of /.ceiler Funeral Home Murrav wav bom Dec 14 I-‘J I to Judge orders gate open pendingappeal TH«>Rp SURING i,.Xas \p \ closed gate that an elderly couple claims Kept them trapped on their ranch should be left open until a den sum is matte whether to grant a new tna! in the i .*>e a judge ruled state District Judge Ralph VS adon Jr s order to Open the gate that was citied a week ag* mark' another round rn ifx* Mig legal rattle between ■Vie! Parks amt a grout it ne g* t- n The gate i roisrk a road that is th* Morgan couple s and other nright*>rs most v la hie route out of the area The road runs acre s> Ai el Parks land but the nrigbtf«>r s c mm they have act evs lo the road Waltons aition reinsta'esi an in .ar* thin rder g Mrs park' *o kr*% the gate anim ke»*. Jesse l^e and Docia F.lizabeth nee Laurence' Murray He married Franke King on March 22 1942, in Austin The retired civil service worker had lived in New Braunfels since 1967 He w as a member of New Braunfels Christian Church Survivors include his wife Franke Murray of New Braunfels daughter Elizabeth Vogt of Sherman son Jack C Murray of Fort Worth and five grandchildren Memorials may Ive made to the American Heart Association R.J. Kraft Services were saturday at h irst Protestant United Church of Christ for R J Kraft Ho of Bt I Box AHII The Rev J Linwood Kennedy of Belated Burial was in Comal Cemetery Arrangements were under the direction of Deep penschmidt Funeral Home Kraft died Dec 18 at McKenna Memorial Hospital He was born Aug ll I9u7 in Guadalupe County to William Fritz and Hula nee Staut/enberger Kraft He married Adeie Conrads Dei 14 1927 she died Aug 7 11*45 He married l»rene Linn** Feb 8 I *47 Kraft was a lifetime area resident and a farmer and rancher He attended Geronimo School graduated from New Braunfels High School in May 1924 and attended Alamo Business School in San Antonio He was a member of First Protestant United Church of Christ Texas Fertilizer Feed and Seed Commission. Texas State Grange Blue Bonnet Grange council and committees of First Pro testant Church Comal County Fair Association Youth Show Friend of Future Farmers 4 H Club leader for 30 years and received a state award in 1975 Guadalupe County Farmers Home Association Board of Fqualization for Comal ISI) Ger mania Farmer Verein Sophienburg Museum F.den Home Association and Texas German Heritage Society Survivors are his wife Ivorene Kraft of New Braunfels sons and daughters in law Jackie and Mae Kraft of New Braunfels and Charles and Barbara Kraft of Houston six grandchildren one great grandchild and two nephews He was precede-d in death by two sisters Belga Lumsden and Margaret Kraft and a grandson Terry Bay Kraft Memorials may tx* made to First Protestant I mted Church of Christ or the charitv of one s choice AUSTIN Austin attorney Woodie Jones filed last week as a candidate for the Third Court of Appeals in the Democratic primary to be March 8 Jones filing fee was received and accepted by Ed Martin executive director of the Texas Democratic Party at a state capitol press con ference Jones who has been campaigning for the post for some months noted that his opponent the incumbent Jim Brady has been the subject of criticism from a variety of sources during his term in office “Certain actions by Brady have resulted on at least two occasions in legal cases being removed from Brady s court by his colleagues on the Court of Appeals Jones declared I am running for this post because I feel that my background and experience and my solid com mittment to the highest ethical stan dards of conduct will enable me to serve with distinction on this court Jones announcement came in the wake of new criticism of Brady s judicial performance by the membership of the Travis County Bar Association In a poll of the membership released I)e< 15 Brady received an overall rating from HOUSTON TRACKER & UNIDEN ^^T.V. 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