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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 15, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas rds September 991 New Texas Page 5A Building permits The city or New Braunfcls in August issued 133 building permits for construction work valued at Categories and project values were seven singlefamily nine residential additions three carport eight commcrical one structure other than a six mobile home placements one demolition one house moving five storage and 92 miscellaneous This compares with 115 permits valued at issued by the city building department in Building permits issued in the city of New Braunfcls between 29 and 6 to property owners for the following work and the dollar value of the work 356 chain link Doyle 53 Ridge replace rotten wood on 1790 RR New 651 Highway 81 interior renovations food court and additional retail Don 595 house Gary 20 Ridge privacy 1339 Lawrence 1337 Pat 231 Crown storage Cristoval 1557 enclose garage for bedroom and Carlos de la 2371 pave driveway and replace part of Joy 195 replace fourfoot picket New Braunfels High 2551 Loop 8foot chain link Jerry 313 replace and repair Don 595 level back room and side 404 East San lower existing patio and construct retaining walls within Oscar 631 change out window in storage Judith Kovacs 119 relo cate closet and cabinets in Frederic 827 Mcrri change out front Kenneth 1057 Larkspur Lloyd 417 Orvillc 1485 reroof Rubble 217 rcroofrcplacc patio Juan 2025 con crete porches with cover front and Bayous 1050 IH35 finish out Richard 1335 Alfonso 2570 San close in Obituaries Accepting certificates of appreciation from the Texas Parks and Wild life Department for the hunter education course offered through the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department front from instructor Ken Chris ranger superintendent Iris administrative secretary Carolyn recrea tion superintendent John Mathis and aquatic superintendent Tim The next course begins Monday and a second session is set for October For more information on the mandatory for hunters born after call Photo by Annelies Schlickenrieder Ernesto Perusquia Ernesto of New Braunfcls and Mexico died Fri in Mexico Funeral services were Perusquia was a Survivors include his Julicta Perusquia a Julicta Jcrgins two Ernesto Perusquia and Eduardo Perusquia six grandchil Ernesto Jcronimo Jcr Ernesto Joacquin Christina Perusquia and Eduardo Perusquia and three great Horace Ivy Funeral services for Horace Jack ie Clifton Ivy of New Braun fcls will be at 10 Monday at Zoellcr Funeral Home with the Kenneth King Burial will be at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Police Blotter Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Laura Dunham 477 Nacogdo New Braunfels 6pound 10ounce boy David and Kathy Lamon 6 Moss New Braunfels 7pound 9ounce girl Heidi and Joseph Freeman Box Canyon Lake 7pound 134 ounce girl Gordon and Rhonda Bartlihg 580 Kerlick New Braunfels 7pound 5ounce boy Septi New Braunfcls Police Department blotter from 7 12 to 7 13 unfounded and noreports not Thursday morning Accident report Frc dericksburg Road Officer Accident report 500 block of Torrey Officer Traffic Interstate 35 at Farm to Market Road 1044 Officer Report on forgery 1413 San Antonio Officer Accident report Seguin at Interstate 35 Officer Report on terroristic threat 2200 block of Highway 81 Officer Traffic 400 of Seguin Officer Report on shoplifting Comal Cemetery Officer Thursday afternoon Misdemeanor arrest 2500 block of Loop 337 Officer Traffic Grucne at Ervendbcrg Officer Accident report 800 block of San Antonio Officer Thursday evening Report on 1050 Interstate 35 Officer Report on bodily assault 2000 block of Michigan Officer Midemeanor harrassment 300 block of Castlew ood Drive Officer Report on canine use 300 block of Castlewood Drive Officer Friday morning Report on burglary of nonhabitation 1111 Wal nut AvcTDocs Guns Officer Report on canine use 1111 Walnut Officer Report on burglary of non habitation 1495 Highway Automotive Officer Report on unauthorized use of motor vehicle 1485 Highway Automotive Officer Summary 51 toial calls for Total response time average was Total onsite time average was Total expired time average was Ivy died 199 at McKcrma Memorial He was born in Gonxalcs1 to Horace Ivcy and the former Arvilla He marricc Imogcnc in New Braunfclsv and had been a New Braunfcls resident since He had been employed with State Parks and Wildlife Dcpartmcn and was a member of Easlsidc Baptist He was a veteran of World War JI had served in the Survivors include his Imogcnc Ivy of New Braunfcls his Lina Mac Ivcy of New Braunfcls two sons David Ivy anc wife Marilyn of New Braunfels and Michael Ivy and wife Fayc of New Braunfcls three Alenc Bishop of San Antonio Lois Brown of Okla homa and Doris Ncl Watkins of South Caroline a Alvis Ivcy of San Antonio five grandchildren and one The family requests that memorials be directed to Hospice New Braunfels or the American Cancer Society Richard Haag Graveside services for Richard of New Braunfcls will be at 11 Tuesday at Old Bracken Cemetery with the Elmer Gum pcr He died at McKcn na Memorial He was born May in Comal County to Louis and Emma Hankanier He never Haag had been a laborer at a rock crushing He was a Protestant and a member of the Sons of He was a veteran of World War Survivors include a Cla ra Ebcrt of New Braunfcls a Mary Frcirichs and a Eugene Visitation will be from 2 Mon day until Tuesday at Doep pcii schmidt Funeral Memor ials may be directed to Hospice New Uverybody has Aim its only natural that people sometimes need money to help make those dreams come Thats why were making loans in every city and e town we Loans lor cars and home and home and liven loans lor a bird AH at a rair interest rate and without a lot or red You we know it takes special people to put small lexas towns on the I lard determined haeh anil every one linn in the bclier thai dreams do come the kind ol people we waul lo do husiness Ior more information cal your local Victoria Hank 6 I rust 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