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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 25, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Auflusf YOUR INPUT IS IMPORTANT THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONNAIRE Is swking Insight into thla viewing and shopping compUU 20 questions or any part of clip out this form and return it by mail to tddress fisted Your Information Is vitally noedod to dottrmlno an accurate prof to of local opinions as regarding the Replies are 100 YOU USUALLY LISTEN TO THE RADIO WHICH IS YOUR FAVORITE RADIO STATION DO YOU READ THE NEWSPAPER WHICH IS YOUR FAVORITE NEWSPAPER DO YOU SUBSCRIBE TO CABLE TV WHICH IS YOUR FAVORITE TV STATION YESD NOQ YESQ NOQ YESQ NOD DO YOU READ CIRCULARS RECEIVED BY MAIL YESD NOD WHICH DO YOU READ AND RETAIN THE LONGEST G Ads printed as a part of the newspaper n Ad sections Inserted In the newspaper O Ads In the mailed circulars DO YOU THROWAWAY MAIL CIRCULARS WITHOUT READING THEM YES D NO DO YOU THROWAWAY NEWSPAPER AD INSERTS WITHOUT READINGTHEM YESU NO DO YOU THROWAWAY 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Burglary of a church overnight Sunday in the 300 block of Howard Street resulted in the loss of a small amount of change and a tool Police reported finding signs of forc ed entry Burglary of a motor vehicle overnight Saturday in the 500 block of East North Street resulted in the reported theft of a stereo valued at Criminal mischief at a residence Sunday morning in the 300 block of East Commerce Street resulted in an undetermined amount of Burglary of a motor vehicle Sun day morning in the 500 block of East North Street resulted in the loss of cash among other The drivers window had been broken Criminal mischief to an auto was reported early Sunday morning on Interstate 35 frontage road at Linde A convenience store in the 500 block of Landa Street reported Sun day evening the theft of two 12packs of Similar reports were made by stores over the weekend in the 400 block of Landa Street and in the 1400 block of Huisache Police met with a 25yearold woman Sunday at McKenna Memorial Hospital in reference to an assault with injury to a The child was treated there for a cut to an Police Sunday evening arrested Joe Hernandez of and Pedro of San An Obituaries Rose Mary DePuy Services are pending at Parmele Funeral Home in for Rose Mary DePuy of 926 Rambl ing Drive at Canyon Burial will be at LaG range Rural Cemetery in died at her DePuy was born in New York to Michael and Ellen nee Kniffen The widow of Philip DePuy who died in she was a retired housekeeper and was a member of the Thomas Survivors include two William Thomas Hegeman and Thomas Hugh both of Ca nyon Lake three John Meehan of North and Frank Meehan and Joe both of California and seven grand Ottilie Mary Dischinger Ottilie Mary died at Eden Home for the AgedServices were it JQ Mon day at aeronimo Cemetery with the Elmer Gumper Dischinger was born March to Joe and Lent nee Brinkkoeter She married Emil F Dischinger in New Braunfels on A New Braunfels resident for 50 Dischinger was a waitress and a member of the First protesjant Church of She also was a member of the American Legion Ladies Survivor include her Emil pjschinger Qt New four stepdaughters and three Don KoUcek Services for Don Kolacek of George West will be at 10 Wednesday at the First Baptist QNirffc to George west with the Bruce Irving Burial will be in the George West djeg M OfiM MUMNT Nursing torn im to Brenham to John and Frances nee Hadmak He married Mary Kugerll in Kolacek was a retired auto mechanic at Burne Motors in Three Rivers and he at tended the First Baptist Church in George Survivors include three Marlene Huegler of Three Betty Robinson of Wetherford and Frances Self of San Dia three Lurtice Kolacek of George West and Johnny Kolacek and Jimmy both of New Braunfels one Alec Kolacek of Whit sett 15 grand children and 16 Services are under the direction of Galloway Sons Funeral Home in George Lucy McElvy Graveside services for Lucy McElvy of New Braunfels will be at 2 Thursday at Roselawn Cemetery with the Albert Houk of New Braunfels died at Oak Crest Inn Convalescent McElvy was born to John Louis and Mary Jereline nee Hillis Schneider in Water She married Ben Hurt McElvy in He preceded her in A housewife and member of the University Christian Church in San McElvy was a New Braiwifels since Survivors include one Annie K Cujrrie of Palestine James Edward McElvy of New Braunfels two nine great grandchildren and six greatgreat may be made to the Cancer Service are under the direction of Doep penschmidt Funeral Maria Montanei Services are penduig at Zoeller F uneral Home for Maria oj m my Shje djed at McKewia Memorial Hospital at the age of Services fer Miry 9i Willow will be at 10 Thursday at Peter and Paul Catholic Church with the Patrick Flanagan of Converse Burial will be in Peter and Paul Catholic A wake will be at 7 Wednesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with a Christian Mothers Society rosary died at McKenna Memorial She was born in New Braunfels to Harry and Helena nee Mueller She married Her man Renz on June in New He preceded her in death on June A lifetime New Braunfels Renz was a housewife and a member of the Peter and Paul Catholic Church and the Christian Mothers Survivors include two Ronald Renz of Mississippi and Robert Renz of New York two Madgalena Payne and Emelie both New Braunfels two Richard Moeller of New Braunfels and Martin Moeller of Seguin and five grand Visitation will be from 6 today until Thursday at Poep pensehmidt Funeral Memorials may be given to the chari ty of ones choice or to the Sadie stiba Services for Sadie MStiba of 730 Howard will be at Wednesday at Doeppenschmidt funeral Home with Rob Anderson of Austin and the Harold Zirkel of New Braunfels Burial will be at Wednesday at the Taylor Cemetery in Taylor died at McKenna Memorial She was born in Williamson County to Thjwnjs and Verpnjca nee Pelsefcas who settled in the Williamson County area as young adults from Thomas Mifcus was a weM known landowner and statesman from Williamson SMfei married stiba in Taylor m He preceded her to death on In Stiba P ift HTsBflWPW TwBs I SPJST and Farm Bureau In New Stiba was a member of the New Braunfels Presbyterian the New Braunfels Garden Club and She was a hostess for Wurstfest at the Civic Center in recent she made her home at Eden Home for the Survivors include two Irene Zipp of New Braunfels and Ed na Gene Davidson of Ball one Ben Stiba of Houston three grandchildren and four She also is sur vived by numerous stepbrothers and Visitation will be until service time Memorial may be given to the American Heart Association or Eden Home for the Bessie Bessie died at McKenna Memorial Entombment will be in In glewood Park Cemetery in In Wandrocke was born in Michigan Survivors in clude one Stella Bates of New Braunfels one Francis Wandrocke of one Clara Lattimore of Fre Mich three grandchildren and five shortly after they allegedly broke into a car in the 200 block of North Liberty They were ac cused of taking a purse containing Burglary early Sunday morning of a Landa Park concession stand was Taken was candy valued at Police investigated a threat phoned into a motel in the 300 block of Texas 46 South Sunday even Burglary of a motor vehicle was reported overnight Saturday in the 200 block of South Seguin Arrested Sunday afternoon on charges of assault with family violence was Buster Frank of 236 Anhalt after police were summoned to the Saturday afternoon saw the ar rest of Quentin Edmond of on assault with family violence charges following a distur bance at an amusement park in the 300 block of West Austin A family disturbance was reported Saturday morning In the 1400 block of Stonewall There were no Theft of a bicycle from a conve nience store at Zipp Lane and FM 725 was reported Saturday The bike was valued at Criminal mischief to an auto was reported Saturday at an apartment complex in the 1500 block of 81 Theft sometime last week of a large for sale sign was reported to police The theft occurred in the 400 block of East San Antonio Burglary of a residence late last week on Mission Drive was reported over the Police recovered worth of jewlery and coins behind the Some worth of jewelryis still A police scanner was taken in a burglary Saturday evening of a residence in the 1500 block of Lee Burglary of a motor vehicle Saturday evening on Leicher Drive resulted in the theft of cash and jewelry1 valued at Criminal mischief to a church was reported overnight Friday in the 1900 block of 81 Damage there was estimated at Police Friday evening arrested Pete of 1911 Lawn and Tony of 206 Plum on charges of possession of mari juana under two ounces following a routine traffic stop in the 300 block of Landa Rosa of 630 81 West was arrested and charg ed with Class C theft in connection with an alleged shoplifting Incident which occurred Friday at a store in the 600 block of 81 An airconditioning unit was removed form a house sometime late last week In the 300 block of South Hackberry The unit was valued at Theft of a Colt 45 revolver from behind a sporting goods counter was reported to police over the The firearm was valued at A 10foot diameter helium two helium gas tanks and a sixfoot American flag were stolen from a business Friday in the 2000 block of 135 The loss was reported at Two separate reports of burglaries of motor vehicles oc curred Friday on Hinman Island A 14yearold male juvenile along with Michael James of 843 Cross were charged with criminal trespass and posses sion of marijuana under two They were arrested Friday afternoon in the 1000 block of West Bridge A head on collision Sunday after noon on Gruene Road left two per sons Taken by ambulance to McKenna Memorial Hospital were Franklyn of Canyon Lake and John of Wright was the driver and lone occu pant in a 1979 Ford Ltd that was nor thbound in the 1200 block of Gruene According to he failed to negotiate a sharp curve and swerv ed Into the southbound lane where he collided with a 1985 Chevy Suburban driven by Susan She and three children were not There were no charges issued by police in the Public meetings Comal County Commissioners will meet in regular session Thursday morning at 10 in commis sioners courtroom on the third floor of the courthouse A pre agenda workshop begins at 9 New Braunfels Zoning Board Ad justment will meet Thursday at in the City Hal meeting The board will hold election of of ficers then consider a mobile home placement request for the 900 block of North Walnut to be used for securi ty reasons and a request to add onto an exisiting building in the 200 block of South Kowald without paving the parking lot for a period of three to five Both requests are in viola tion of their applicable city or Correction A report in the 23 edition of The Hergtjtjgeititne that Cypress Lake Gardens Rebecca Creek subdivisions hive poor water quality were inaccurate and the HeraldZettwg regrets the The teformation was to an article conjeernjing litigation filed by a property owners association there against a land sales firm concerning access to The subdivisions have a good afer supply njajnjajned by Comsl County Fresh Water PisMct sceordtog to area Canyon Lake woman probated 10 yoars in shooting death A Canyon Lake woman charged in the shooting death of her boyfriend nearly two years ago pleaded guilty Monday to voluntary manslaughter charges and was handed a probated Jannione Childre received i 10year probated sentence and was ordered to pay in restitution fees in sentencing handed down by Jjidge Robert in the State Pistrict Rust was scheduled to stand trial Monday in the shooting deajh ol her George any was sboi mce in by a Cany w Ljfce Rust was also ordered by Pfeyffer to repay burial A plea bargain between District At torney William Schroeder and defense attorneys Ronald jpp and John Whitmire was reached prior to selection of a jury in the second degree felony Once the pfei bargain agreement had been Pfeufter allowed family of One victim to make before he rendered Ws Rust was emotionally xly fainted at one point cowl to 9 ittiwiiji ID s   

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