New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 20, 1987, Page 2

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung February 20, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 20, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Cats. Continued from Page IA animal control officer den Elliott said he sited 25 cats outside the house. He will return to capture those cats after Giese is in custody. Mary Brotze, Comal County Commissioners administrative assistant, said the county’s animal control ordinance requires that animals be held for two days. “Any animal that is in violation of our restrictions is taken to a veterinarian clinic and held for 48 hours and if their owners don’t claim them or someone doesn’t take them, they will be humanely destroyed.’’ she said. Brotze said that when animals, instead of being destroyed, county officials commonly find homes for them but the county has no pet adoption procedure. Doherty said the cats, one dog and a horse that were found on the property northwest of Bulverde will be alright. The dog is doing fine and the hq^se will recover the neglect. “I don't think any of them are suffering because of any long-term starvation,’’ he said. The cats may suffer mental scars from the ordeal, the ObituariesGuadalupe G. Gallegos Guadalupe G Gallegos. 72, of Rt. I. Box 398K in New Braunfels died Feb. 17 at McKenna Memorial Hospital. Services were at ll a rn. Friday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church with the Rev. Flanagan officiating Burial was in Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery. Gallegos was bom Dec 12. 1914, in Guadalupe County to Kuberto and Felicitas (nee Garcia) Gallegos He married Dominga Hernandez in New Braunfels on Jan IT 1944 He was a New Braunfels resident most of his life and was a gardener in a nursery Gallegos was a member of the Padres de Familia of Marion and Seguin Survivors include his wife. Dom inga H Gallegos of New Braunfels, three daughters. Guadalupe Garcia and Sofia Torres, both of New Braunfels, and Dominga Patina of Garwood, four sons, Ascencion Gallegos Sr. Jose Medellin Sr Reyes Medellin Sr and Isabel Medellin Jr of New Braunfels; one sister. Refugia Segura of New Braunfels, three brothers. Pablo Trejo, Jose Trejo and Jose Gallegos Sr . all of New Braunfels; 36 grandchildren and 13 greatgrandchildren. Pallbearers included Fermin Patina Jr. Eberardo Garcia Jr., Isabel Reyes Jr., Joe Medellin, Reyes Medellin Jr., Ascencion Gallegos Jr and Donicio Torres III.Jane Barksdale Polen Services for Jane Barksdale Polen of 5403 Maple Vista in San Antonio will be at 11.30 a m. Saturday at /.oilier Funeral Home with the Rev. John Lowry of San Antonio officiating Burial will be in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Polen, 59, died Feb 18 at Medical Center Hospital Polen was bom Feb. 16, 1928, to Clarence E. and Floy (nee Shenk) Barksdale in Dallas She was a New Braunfels resident for four years. She was retired from civil service and was a member of the Northwest Church of Christ Survivors include one daughter, Marcia Newton of San Antonio; two sons. John Archer of San Antonio and David Archer of Dallas; and six grandchildren. Public Records Texas District Court Civil Pilings J.D. Parks v. Louis Wilkoakie, damages Donna Lieberman v. Mary McDaniels, damages Arraignments Justice et the Peace Pct. I ‘Dec" Plane ha rd Edmund Gaconnet Jr., violation of parole, no bond set Marsh M. Craig, motion to revoke probation from forgery by pasting, na bond set. Justle# af the Peace Pct. 4 Judge “Curly" Smith William A. Mentor, burglary of habitation, 810,000 bond. **TSmmIe G Large and Mary P. Largo Alfred E Cuilins Jr. and Jeanne J. Whitaker Dotson Refugia and Jamie County Ceorl et Law Judge Ken Prichard Brian O'Neal Glbnoy, 12041 veterinarian said. He said the cats are “holed up” in the back of one of his cages and haven’t eaten much. He said that since they first came in yesterday, they have improved. “I’m sure it would take a lot of care and attention to make them good pets,” he said. Elliott said county workers found two cats Thursday afternoon, bringin to IO the number of cats left in the home. The cats were trapped in crude cages that were buried under piles of rubble in the home. “We didn’t find any more in the house and we looked through all the rubble pretty good," he said. Elliott said he did not find any dead animals in the building. “But if there was something dead in there, you would probably never find it in all the rubble.” County Sanitarian David Litke said he is considering declaring the house a health hazard and ordering it be destroyed. “There’s definite violation of the county health codes. There is rodent harborage and possible mosquite breeding sites,” he said. 40 Top left shows the inside of the house filled with makeshift cages and garbage. Top right is an injured cat trapped inside a crowded truck cab. At left Olen Elliott prepares to enter the house with a net. At right, a horse was found with hooves in poor condition.Police Report — No arrests were reported in a violent disturbance that occured Tuesday afternoon in front of a residence In the 800 block of Candelwood Street. Three offense reports were taken in the disturbance. one from Laura Roberts, 20; Lori Jessen, 17; and Lea Menk, 18. The reports stated violence with threat of bodily injury. — Amanda Ferguson. 18, who resides in the 200 block of Hampe Street, reported the possible theft of her $200 Cocker Spaniel. Missing since Thursday, the 2-year-old dog is described as black and white with a white star on its chest He has a chain with tags that read “Dokken'. — A $300 Emerson brand VCR was reported stolen from the residence of Jane Orr in the 500 block of Lee Street. Thieves reportedly broke out a window to gain entrance. — An assault was reported Thursday morning at Canyon High School by a 15-year-old male student. — Brauntex Rentals. 990 Loop 337, reported the Jan. 19 theft of a $500 air compressor. The unit, an Air Flow brand, has a dual tank with a one and-a-half horsepower engine, and is dark green. — Police arrested Paulino Aceudo, 22. of 240 E. Camp. Wednesday in Land# Park for possession of marijuana under two ounces. — A disturbance involving a butcher knife was reported Thursday by David Smith, 23, at his residence in the 500 block of North Vermandi Street. — An assault with a deadly weapon that occured Wednesday afternoon at Landa Resort was reported by John Charles Clark, 35, who resides on Gruene Street in New Braunfels. No arrests were made in connection with the report. — The theft of a VCR unit and two video cassettes, missing since Jan. 19, was reported by National Video, located at 205 Interstate 35 W. The stolen items are valued at $329.53. — Gary Wayne Turner, 26, of ‘352 W. Mill St., was arrested Tuesday evening for possession of marijuana under two ounces after a patrolman spotted him running a stop sign at the comer of West Jahn and South Acadamy Streets. Police recovered a plastic bag containing the illegal substance. — A leather purse, grey with orange trim, was reportedly stolen Tuesday from a 15-year-old NBHS student who was watching her brother in the gym. The purse contained $138 cash, her brother’s driver’s license and student ID card. — A security guard at McKenna Memorial Hospital reported the dissappearance of a $600 VCR unit from a second floor classroom that alledgedly occured tuesday. Police reports indicate no forced entry.WeatherTexas Eucalyptus, San Antonio, DWL 8200 fine, license suspended one year, 60 days jail. Ernest P. Kypfer. Star Route 3. Box 836. DWl, $350 fine. 60 days probated for two years. Dale William Porter. 352 S. Chestnut, unlawfully carrying a weapon, $100 fine Alex Herrera, 231 Torrey. DWl, $100 fine, three days jell. Julio V. Rico. 149 Roeedale, DWL 72 hours jail, license suspended one year. RicardoT. Loera, Route7. Box IM. Seguin, DWl. $500 fine. 180 Block probate for two years, three days si lock jail, bumper sticker. Russell M. Bernhard, 5211 Fredericksburg. San Antonio. $475 fine, 72 hours shock Jail, $0 days probated for two years. David E, Campos, 910 N. Bowie, Seguin, DWL HOO fine, 60 days probated for two years.Dare to Care.. lf a rama Mam Wet, heavy snow fell over the Texas Panhandle and South Plains as a powerful storm slogged east from New Mexico, prompting advisories throughout the area today warning that traveling is treacherous. At least one traffic fatality was attributed to the storm that began dumping snow on the area early Thursday and is expected to continue its wintry work today, police said. Amarillo got more than 3 inches, Lubbock 2 and up to 5 inches fell on communities such as Post south of Lubbock, the National Weather Service said. As much aa 5 more inches may fall before the storm moves out by Saturday, but the forecasters warn that another snow-carrying storm may be In the works for later this weekend. Overnight temperatures dipped into the low 20s, and today's highs aren’t expected to rise much over the middle 39s, the weather service said. The cold, combined with chilly winds, will keep roads glazed and rtangamua. One person died about 6:30 a.m. in a ene-vehicie accident on U.S. 365 six miles north of Brownfield, the Department of Public Safety said. Lubbock police, meanwhile, reported two doien minor accidents, none with serious injuries. Weather service ^ecialist Robert Robledo la Amarillo said the enow ranged from southern Oklahoma, across tho entire Texas Panhandle and into the 8outh Plains and eastern Now Mexico. Poe woe reported in Lubbock et 2 p.m. Thursday end continued throughout the evening, with visibUI- saiaaAV,    sa«aar u    mid 40s. Lows South Plains lower 20s waver    Wolwll    to upper 20s Highs lower 40s to upper 40s. Lows Permian Basin upper 20s to lower 30s Highs mid 40s to lower 50s. Comal River.........................412    cfs (up 5) Lows Concho Valley lower 30s to mid _    a ’!’!,’* *    OOO    fie fun 991    30s Highs upper 40s to mid 50s. Canyon Lake mflow.................8    II P    SOUTH TEXAS: Chance of rain or Canyon Lake outflow...............781 Cfs (same)    drizzle extreme east and south Sun- Canyon Lake level..................908.93    (up .01)    day and over most of the area Tues- _ .    _    ..7    /HrtvA/n AOI day Cool Sunday, Slightly wanner Edwards Aquifer................627.47    (down .0 ) Monday and Tuesday. Lows 30s north to the 40s south Sunday and Monday ty dropping to one-eighth of a mile by    Extended forecast    and from the 40s north to the 50s 7    p.m.    Fog    was    also reported in    C H UirAimh    TuocHau south Tuesday. Highs 50s north and Rails, Tulia and Wolfforth.    Sunday through Tuesday ^ ^ Sunday and Monday ^ The low visibility prompted    and mostly in the 60s Tuesday. Southwest Airlines to cancel two of WEST TEXAS: Chance of snow WEST TEXAS • Winter storm warns early-morning flights out of Lub- north, rain possibly mixed with snow ning for the Texas Panhandle and the bock Thursday, although it was back south Sunday. Mostly cloudy Monday South Plains through tonight. on schedule later in the day.    and Tuesday. Temperatures below Travelers advisory mountains of Traffic bogged down on Interstate seasonal normal. Lows Panhandle Southwest Texas for icy roads 40 in Amarillo because of a collision near 20 to mid 20s Highs near 40 to through tonight, involving as many as 20 cars, and notice had to close the route for a while to clear the vehicles involved, iii    wav riDCn AD ATVAKl No major injure, wert reports    |    JAX PREPARATION An upper-level low pressure ■ system moved into the area from northeastern New Mexico . early H    ^    . . Thursday and snow began falling I    DaiTVl    Cj.    HOdfl around 2 i m. as temperatures dip- I    y    ° I Certified Public Accountant portcast ■ New Braunfels National . yffty texas -^cloudy .nd cotd ■    Bank    Building ton ugli, lows tonight is wast to 37 ■    °C-*    1000 North Walnut, Suite 202 Saturday 44 wast to osar SO east.    rn    629*1922 SOUTH TEXAS • Cloudy tonight I and saturday with scattered areas of I    Computerized Bookkeeping, Financial Planning, rain. Lows tonight sos north and 40a |    Audit and Management Advisory Services south. Highs Saturday In the 50s. ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: February 20, 1987

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