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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Mass communication Now 1987 AARP tax program increases caseload Page 3 New Braunfels Jaycees have been joined by area Lions Club members in their appeal for donations to help produce a Fourth of July Fireworks show in Landa Last Jaycees Torn and Frank were joined by Lion Ernie Mendez at KGNBKNBT Radio for John Paynes Morning Show where they asked the public to con tribute to the SAVE THE FIREWORKS Donations may be sent to Box New Texas Photo by Leslie By CAROL ANN AVERY Correspondent The Lake Dunlap Volunteer Fire Department held its regular monthly business meeting June Among items discussed were the June 07 garage sale held at the station arid the summer drawing whicli is held annually this year on Other items were a slogan duty reports to the work parties to finish the painting of the Ford the fire hydrant along with radios and com The River Bend Property Owners Association meeting was held June Items discussed were parking vehicles in the park on the the canal the security patrol squad and a new sign for the Attendance was low at this meeting and all residents of River Bend are i invited to attend these meetings on the first Monday of each month at club house at Eileen Rurgess from CBecks Snack Shoppe spent several days last week in On May she at tended colnmencement exercies of Hastings qchool of Law in San Fran cisco where her daughter Kathleen Bach received the Degree of Juris j Kathleeti has accepted a position as research attorney for the Superior Court of Santa Clara County in San Call While there Eileen spent time in old Mather San Fran San and Palo From further clown we have news that McQueeney Volunteer Fire Department recently held iU election and installation of New of ficers Gerald chief During the Tax Aide program of American Association of Retired Persons brought help to more low in handicapped and elderly lax payers in New Braunfels than in The counts illustrated are estimates because some individuals may return and be counted a second some of the counselors work at more than one place and the allocation of cases to the various locations is It is to make useful com The AARP Tax Aide program is a free No charge is made by the counselors for their help although the AARP reimburses counselors for supplies and travel In New the Tax Aide program was initiated in 1979 by Clarence Noster at the Senior Citizen It has grown since then and this 17 counselors of fered their help at the Dittl inger Memorial Library and the Ca nyon Lake Action Center in Counselors were Clyde Roland William Valdernar Paul Ed Boh Miller Senior Center coor Marge Clarence PJlaine Ted Tom Schaffer Canyon Lake coor Harris Yvonne Frank Streightoff Ncw Braunfels Leslie and Mildred Mary Alice MacNaul served as Yale Kalmans of New Braunfels was coordinator for Guadalupe Chuck assistant Joe president James vice president secretary Don treasurer Chris mascot Delroy chaplain and board of and David board of Also sworn in were new company officers Joe captain and Mike Company 1 Mike captain and flick lieute Company 2 Harold Fire Police Allan Fire Police and Robert equipment The fire department also accepted requests from three of its members to be placed on reserve These men have been tremendously active in the department for a number of Guy Weldon has been chief for five of the 12 years that the depart ment has been in Kenneth VVitlen has done an outstanding job of tending to the department funds for these past 10 years and Gus Belitzer has been an integral part of the department since its Also going on reserve is Jirn affectionately known in the department as Chicken Jim for his role of cooking chickens for the Chicken Barbeque for many The department wishes to commend these men and thank them first and foremost for their active participa tion in firefighting and and for their and support in shaping this sometimes putting in hours and above and beyond the call ol If you have items of interest for the call 6259144 or bring by tie HcrftlflZeitung offices a 7o fa r 9 R f I 1 J f i Apr 1 9 19 rri i CATiOM Cases handled compared in and Hays and Caldwell Most counselors have indicated Polka lovers they expect to help with the 1988 federal income tax Bavarian Village biergarten and Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church hall were the sites Saturday for a day full of polka The Bavarian Polka Fest featured six top polka bands in the two including Leroys Swinging Orchestra of Hallett Liit I Fishermen Orchestra pictured of New Dutchrnasters Orchestra of HiToppers Orchestra of New Oma anc The Oornpahs of New and Bohemian Dutcnrnen of New The Polka Fesi was ar range to help revive interest m the traditional Photo by Oeryl Police Reports A 19inch color valued at was reported stolen from a residence early Tuesday morning in the 700 block of Porter A black and tan Lhasa Apso valued at was reported stolen Monday morning from the backyard of a residence in the 900 block of Allen A man claimed to have his wallet stolen Monday afternoon while at a grocery outlet located in the 600 block of South A caliber semiautomatic ri valued at was reported stolen Monday morning from a car in a driveway of the too block of Torrey Charlotte rebecca 17 of was arrested monday evening at a department store in the 1100 block of Inerstate 35 West and charged with Class C theft after allegedly taking cassette tapes and a knife totaling 96 Employees of a clothing retail store in the 200 block of South Union Street detained a juvenile Monday afternoon after reporldly observing the youth attempting to steal a pair of The police report did not state whether the juvenile was ar A juvenile was arrested Monday afternoon at a grocery store in the 500 block of West San Antonio Street after allegedly stealing a package of bologna and ham valued at Mary Ann of 117 Lockett was arrested Monday evening and charged with Class C theft after reportedly taking two packs of valued at from a grocery outlet located in the 600 block of 81 Ruben of 360 Nacodoches was arrested on Class C theft charges for the theft of a can of bug repellant from a grocery store in the GOO block pf 81 TWO rocks were thrown through windows at Dittlinger Memorial ybjrary overnight resulting Crifliiual mischief to an auio was reported Saturday afternoon on But tercup assault was reported Friday by a juaja the parking tot of Camp Warnecfce 4 rental store in the iot1 btoefc oi 135 West reported the Uwit Monday afternjaofl OJ a 3QO VCR A juvenile was detained by department store personnel in the 600 block of South Walnut Street until police arrjved for the alleged theft of a pair of valued at The report did not state if the youth was A familyh violence report was investigated early Monday morning in the 60 block of South Academy i An clssualt was reported early Monday morning in the 100 block of Water Eulajlia of 471 Washington was arrested Sunday afternoon and charged with Class C theft at a department store in the 1100 block of West for theft of assorted clothing land VHS tapes totaling I Latpr at the same Petra of was ar rested and charged with Class B theft for taking cameras and other itei is totaling Marc Aaron was ar rested oil his birthday Sunday and charged with family disturbance at his residence of 317 Dollar A bicycle valued at was reported stolen overnight Saturday from a residence in the 200 block of West A rjeport of criminal mischief was taken Sunday morning in the 1800 blocjt of West Katy Hector Rodriguez of 260 was arrested Sunday morning and charged with ag gravatet assault in the stabbing of a 17yearold man Arrjsted and charged Saturday evening for possesion of a prohibited namely a butterfly was Jirdmy Ray of 375 He was arrested in the 200 block of ftest San Antonio Helsn Louise and Sherry both of were arrested Saturday and Charged with the theft of jewelry and clothing from a department store in the alock of 135 Charged Saturday morning with possess w of a controlled substance was Stephen Antlxony He was arrested at a depart ment store in the 1100 blocfc of 135 West fallowing a baJ com According to police reports A burglary reported Saturday in the Mock of Lazy Trail resulted in the thejt of worth of lawn and the 500 block of Wright Street resulted in the theft of a pellet according to New Braunfels Police reports A criminal mischief incident was reported early June 5 in the 300 block of Lincoln Burglary of an antique store in the 300 block of North Seguin oc curred overnight June More than worth of antiques were reported Clifton of 141 Rueckle Road was arrested June 4 and charged with Class C assuait following a domestic incident at the A miscellaneous theft was reported June 4 at a convenience SETTING A NONAUTOMATIC FLASH If you have 10 use a nonautomatic here is how to get good This method also works with an auto Hash in manual mode and is useful beyound the automatic flash Turn the flash on and wait for the ready indicator to 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with a family disturbance that occurred May 29 was reported to police June 5 It happened in the 700 block of Texas 46 The Comal County animal con trol warden reported the theft June of six animal traps valued at from the wardens office in theI20n block ot Kikel A mower was from an apartment cunjijhx June in the 2011 hlock of The following weekend activity was reported by Carnal County Sheriffs The burglsrv of a cafe in downtown Starlzville was repot let Monday A side broken allowing access A residential trailer on I S South near Soms Road was broken into and a wallet stolen A side door had been pried open lowest pricein Beautiful Heirloom Portrait Package and 10 wallets for Guaranteed Lowest Price We Guarantee It Ask photographer tor Sitting Fee Not included in price of advertised Advertised special is only in blue and brown Advertised special is in two 2 poses our Additional advertised packages are available a regular Additional charge for groups and scenic McCRORY 1591 35 New Tx 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