New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 19, 1991, Page 4

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 19, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 19, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Records Page 4AHerald-Zeltung, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, July 19, 1991 Police Blotter Wurstfest gift Accepting a $500 contribution from the Wurstfest Association, represented by President Benno Engel, is Patsy Vann, treasurer of the Texas Young Woman of the Year Scholarship Program, held in New Braunfels. (Photo by Annalies Schlickenrieder) Court Records Comal County Court-At-Law ''dispositions: Eulogio Gonzalez Jr., San Antonio; speeding, dismissed. Rodolfo Martinez Jr.. San Antonio; motion to revoke probation, DWI; dismissed. Gregory Duke Burnett, Universal City; pass insufficient check; dismissed. Ruben S. Gonzales. 1600 block of W. Mill; motion to revoke probation; granted, 30 days jail. Mark Anthony Fitzsmon, San Antonio; motion to revoke probation, DWI; dismissed. :    Marion    Shelby Hicks Jr., San Anto nio; unlawful carrying of a weapon; . nolo contendere. 90 days jail, six months probation. $200 fine. Christy Poore Foss, San Antonio; motion to revoke probation, DWI; ‘•dismissed ll Dean Stephen Billik. San Antonio; DW!; dismissed. Larry Roland Peace, San Antonio; DWI; dismissed Manuel Gonzales Ramirez. 1500 block of Cologne, DWI; dismissed. Billy Dean Brady Jr., Boerne; motion to revoke probation. DWI; dismissed. Scott Lee Winton, San Marcos; DWI; dismissed. Aurclio Barrera, Austin; DWI; nolo contendere, 90 days jail, two years probation , $500 Tine. Gregory R. Askcy. Canyon Lake; speeding; dismissed. David Lee Lindsey, Spring Branch; public intoxication; dismissed. Evangelina Castaneda Aguierrc, 400 block of Vcramcndi; theft under $20; dismissed. Steve Earl Stephenson. Canyon Lake; DWI; dismissed. Lowell S. Prater, San Antonio; speeding; dismissed. Edward Dale Lcchler, East Bernard; DWI; dismissed. Douglas W. Tipton. San Antonio; speeding; dismissed. Joan Marie Cofield, La Vernia; DWL dismissed. Mary Diane Brander, Spring Branch; false report to peace officer; dismissed, one year probation. Marsha L. Merrill; speeding; dismissed. Katharine Cruser Rowland. San Antonio; speeding; dismissed Kenneth Alan Wise, San Antonio; DWI; pre-trial diversion; dismissed. Alicia Gonzales Morales, San Antonio; unlawful carrying of a weapon; dismissed, $200 fine. J.B. Scott Dilworth III, Sandia; turn across divider; dismissed. Joseph A. Walton, San Antonio; speeding; dismissed, $50 fine. Ronnie Preston Stephens, Com-manche; dismissed, $100 fine. Erlin Alonso Vasquez, 200 block of Plum; driving with license suspended; dismissed, $150 fine. Jose Oscar Lopez, Liberty Hill; speeding; dismissed, $100 fine. John Stephen Golla, 700 block of S. Seguin; motion to revoke probation; order continuing probation, 30 days jail, one year probation. Clyde F. Shannon Jr., San Antonio; speeding; dismissed, $200 fine. Joyce Sullivan Jarrctt, Huntsville; speeding; dismissed. $100 fine. Kevin Bfhdle? Devote. San Antonio; unlawful carrying of a weapon, dismissed. Tomas Ramirez. Seguin; criminal non-support; pled guilty and sentenced to one year jail. two years probation. Vclia Gomez Sanchez. 1600 block of W. Mill; motion to revoke probation, theft over $20, under $200. Henry Lynn Chestnut, Wimberley; public intoxication; jury conviction, court sentence, $100 fine. Michael L. Vineyard, 1700 block of Gardenia; no seat belt; dismissed. $200 fine. Wendy Ann Mortag, Spring Branch; motion to revoke probation, DWL dismissed. Ryder Wren. Startsville; resisting arrest — guilty, $500 fine; DWI — pled guilty, 210 days jail, two years probation, $750 fine. Gary A. Kahlig, 300 block N. Seguin; speeding; dismissed. Cuthbert H. Smith, San Antonio; speeding; dismissed. Anthony Razo. 300 block of Paradise; evading arrest; dismissed. Ronald Jay Wesson. Cedar Creek; DWL nolo contendere, 90 days jail, two years probation, $750 fine. New Braunfels Police Department Blotter from 7 a.m. July 17 to 7 a.m. July 18 (unfounded and no-reports not included); Wednesday morning 9:23 a.m. — Traffic stop/citation; Comal St.; Officer J. Wommack. 10:37 — Report on theft/ shoplifting; 305 Austin; Officer Michael Osborne. 11:48 — Report on burglary of non-habitation; 541 Highway 46 S.; Officer A. Celli. Wednesday afternoon 3:03 p.m. — Report on theft/ shoplifting; 330 Landa St.; Officer M. Osborne. 3:08 — Report on indecent exposure; Prince Sol ms Park; Officer P. Villareal. 3:09 — Report on disorderly conduct; 824 San Antonio; Officer R. Parchman. 3:23 — Accident report; IOO San Antonio; Officer A. Celli. 3:54 — Traffic stop/citation; Interstate 35 frontage at Ruekle; Officer J. Wommack. 4:15 — Accident report/injury; Fredericksburg Road; Officer R. Parchman. 4:18 — Report on criminal mischief; 604 Walnut; Officer J. Wommack. 4:33 — Report on runaway; 700 block of Comal; Officer M. Osborne. 4:43 — Accident report; Interstate 35 Inn/access; Officer P. Villareal. 4:49 — Accident report; Casten/ WSA; Officer K. Clayton. 5:04 — Accident report; Highway 46 WVFarmco; Officer R. Parchman. 5:21 — Report on burglary of motor vehicle; 139 Castelli Officer M. Osborne. Wednesday evening 6:17 — Report on burglary of motor vehicle; Union and Commerce; Officer R. Benitez. 7:01 — Report on harassment; 1400 block of Gardenia; Officer S. Lange. 7:58 — Serve felony warrant; 200 block of West End; Officer W. Spence. 8:09 — Report on disturbance; 600 block of Highway 81; Officer M. Garcia. 8:51 — Report on burglary of habitation/ non-habitation; 1900 block of Highway 81; Officer S. Lange. Thursday morning 1:13 a.m. — Report on alarm/ burglary of non-habitation; 359 Landa St.; Officer T. Gonzales. 1:26 — Report on unauthorized use of motor vehicle; Lockencr Avenue; Officer S. Lange. 2:08 — Traffic stop; 1600 W. Mill; Officer M. Garcia. 2:08 — Report on suspicious persons (3 people); Bealls; Officer T. Gonzales. 6:43 — Traffic stop; East Common Street; Officer R. Diaz. Summary 101 total calls for service. Total response time: 5:52, average was :03. Total on-site time: 20:12, average was :12. Obituaries Alois Hildebrand Funeral services for Alois Hildebrand, 79, of New Braunfels were to be at 9:30 a m. today at Sis. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, with the Rev. Eugene (^’Callaghan officiating. Burial was to follow at Su. Peter and Paul Cemetery. Mr. Hildebrand died July 17, 1991, at Oakcrcst Inn Convalescent Center He was born Aug 18, 1911, in Comal County to Franz and Johanna Weid-ncr Hildebrand. He had lived in New Braunfels since 1952. He had been a cook at Krause’s Cafe and was a member of Sis. Peter and Paul. He is survived by numerous nieces and nephews. Arrangements were with Docp-pcnschmidt Funeral Home. Memorials may be given to the Mass or the charity of one’s choice. Both NBISD and CISD students start school Wednesday, August 21st. Believe it or not, that’s just around the comer! Parents are keenly aware of what their kids will need to start the year off righthand if they’re not sure our Back to School section will clue them in. As a business owner that needs to reach this important market you will want to tell these parents that your store is the place to get these items. There is no better way to tell them than in the pages of The Herald-Zeitung’s Back to School section. Call us today. ISSUE COPY DATE DEADLINE: Sunday, Friday, August August lith 2nd New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung 707 londo St. 62S-9144 ;

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