New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 7, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas
ELLEN SCHNABEL SIMMONS
Ellen Schnabel Simmons, age 98, died Oct. 4, 2005 in I luntsville, AL. Born in New Braunfels on Oct. 23,1906 to John and Elisa Hegemann Schnabel. Was married to Thomas (Tommie) Simmons in Shreveport, LA in 1934. He preceded her in death in 1984. They lived in Shreveport 53 years. She returned to New Braunfels in 1985 and
remained until 2000. Survivors are two daughters, Mary (Mrs. Jerome Patterson) of Los Angeles, CA and Dorothy (Mrs. Gary Babb) of Huntsville, AL and one grandchild Dana Babb Warner of Ringgold, GA, one sister in New Braunfels, Alixia Hampe and one niece Barbara Scanlin. She was a 75+ year member of Her-mannsons Lodge #21. Please send memorials to the charity of one’s choice.
Lonie Wosnig passed away at Kirkwood Manor in New Braunfels on October 6, 2005 at the age of 101. She was bom February 12, 1904 on a farm near Marion. She was preceded in death by her parents, William and Bertha Wosnig; brothers Alvin Wosnig, Robert Wosnig, Alfred Wosnig, Harry Wosnig, and Edwin Wosnig; sisters Olga Wosnig and Hulda Schievelbcin;
nephews Morris Wosnig and Kermit Wosnig. She is survived by nieces-in-law Dorothy Wosnig and Evelyn Wosnig; nieces Teeta Bahr, Diana Wosnig, Donna Wosnig, Doreen Lucas, and Karen Brooks. She graduated from Draughans Business College and worked in the insurance business until her retirement from Floyd West & Co. in 1969. She was a charter member and past president of the Insurance Womens Club in San Antonio. After her retirement she moved
back to Marion. She was the oldest member of St. John Lutheran Church in Marion. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. John Lutheran Church or a charity of your choice. Funeral service: Sunday, October 9, 2005 at 2:00 p.m. at St. John Lutheran Church in Marion. Visitation will be at Goetz Funeral Home on Saturday from 2 to 6 p.m. Arrangements by Goetz Funeral Home, 713 N. Austin St., Seguin, TX 78155, (830) 379-2313.
Services are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Thomas Weaver, age 72, of
New Braunfels, who passed away at Mckenna Memorial Hospital on Thursday, October 6,2005.
Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral
Home for J. B. Moore, age 71, who passed away on Thursday October 6,2005.
Funeral arrangements are pending at the Doeppen-schmidt Funeral Home for Clarence Timmermann of New Braunfels who passed away Thursday, October 6, 2005 in San Antonio at the
age of 83 years.
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Friday, October 7, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 3A
Rove to testify to grand jury again, could face indictment
TERESA REININGER IMHOFF
Funeral arrangements are pending at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Teresa Reininger Imhoff of New Braunfels who passed away Thursday, October 6, 2005 in Blanco, Texas at the
age of 96 years.
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Wine and Music Fest kicks off tonight at Gruene Hall
The Gruene Music and Wine Fest offers an opportunity for wine and music fans to celebrate their passions.
The party starts Friday with a dinner catered by the Gristmill River Restaurant. An auction will follow, including items such as a guitar autographed by George Strait and other country stars. The evening ends with a concert at Gruene I fall.
The event’s auction and concert ticket sales benefit the United Way of Comal County and Hope Hospice. Last year, the event raised $24,000 for charity.
Saturday afternoon sets the scene for a I fill Country wine tasting at The Grapevine with live music and samples of several local wines. More music at Gruene I tall keeps visitors rocking into the night.
A gospel brunch at Gruene Hall will wake up festival visitors Sunday morning with great food, music and a invo-
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Today — Shows at Gruene Hall
■ 6 - 8:30 p.m. - Joe Ely acoustic/solo performance
■ 9:30 p.m. - Joe Ely Band Saturday
■ Noon-6 p.m. - Bret Graham and Brian Keane at The Grapevine
■ 1-5 p.m. - Ponty Bone and the Squeezetones at Gruene Hall
■ 9 p.m. - Junior Brown at Gruene Hall
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The festival will wrap up its 19th year with a Texas music bash. Nine performers will grace the Gruene I Jail stage to provide something for every musical taste.
Tickets are $20 for concerts and Saturday’s wine tasting, $50 for dinner and $25 for brunch.
Call (830) 629-5077 for information.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Presidential confidant Karl Rove will testify for a fourth time before the federal grand jury investigating the leak of a CIA officer’s identity even though prosecutors have warned they can no longer guarantee he will escape indictment, lawyers said Thursday.
Rove’s offer was accepted by Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald in the last week as the grand jury’s wraps up its work and decides whether Rove, Vice President Cheney’s chief of staff I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby or any other presidential aides should face criminal charges.
Rove's lawyer said Thursday that Fitzgerald has assured him that he has made no decisions yet on charges and that his client has not received a so-called target letter, usually the last step before a grand jury indictment.
"I can say categorically that Karl has not received a target letter from the special counsel,” attorney Robert Luskin said. “The special counsel has confirmed that he has not made any charging decisions in respect to Karl.”
Luskin said that Rove “continues to be cooperative voluntarily" with the investigation but that he could not further discuss his dealings with Fitzgerald’s office.
However, several people directly familiar with the investigation told The Associated Press that Fitzgerald sent a letter accepting Rove’s offer to testify but warning prosecutors could no longer
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guarantee the presidential aide wouldn’t be indicted.
Rove offered in July to return to the grand jury, and Fitzgerald accepted that offer last Friday.
The U.S. attorney’s manual doesn’t allow prosecutors to bring witnesses before a grand jury if there is a possibility of future criminal charges unless the witnesses are notified in advance that their testimony can be used against them in a later indictment.
The prosecutor did not give Rove similar warnings before Rove’s three earlier grand jury appearances.
Stephen Gillers, a New York University law professor, said that it was unusual for a witness to be called back to the grand jury four times and that the prosecutor’s legally required warning to Rove before this next appearance is “an ominous sign” for the presidential adviser.
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Any non-profit organization...like a booster club, 4-H, neighborhood association, charity, scouting group, women’s club, parent teacher group, service or fraternal organization. Visit your nearest Lacks for an application.
Each Trim-A-Tree Team will consist of members who will come to Lacks on Tuesday, November 15 between 5 p.m. and 8 p.m. to trim one of our trees. Make your designs as creative, simple, ornate, colorful, or monochromatic as you like. Can be reflective of your organization.
Lacks will designate locations in our stores where trees will be provided. On Tuesday, November 15, group representatives will draw lots to determine the location of the tree they will decorate.
Each group must complete trimming by 8 p.m.
Beginning Wednesday, November 16 and continuing during Lacks regular hours through closing time on Saturday, December 17, the general public will be invited to visit our showroom and vote for their favorite tree. You vote by bringing in a can of food. One vote is cast with every can of food you bring in!!! All food brought in will be donated to a local food distribution center.
All prizes will be awarded to the winning organization. First Prize is $200.00.
Second Prize is $100.00.
Third Prize is $50.00.
Each organization will be responsible for removing materials used to decorate.
1st Prize is $200
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