New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 6, 1991, Page 5

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 06, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 6, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas RecordsSunday, October 6, 1991    HerakJ-JMung,    New    Braunfels,    Texas    Page    SA Celebrating heritage Police Blotter New Braunfels Police Department blotter from 7 a.m. Oct. 3 to 7 a.m. Oct. 4 (unfounded and no-rcports not included): Thursday morning 7:12 — Traffic citation. Officer M. Osborne. 7:28 — Report on deceased person, HOO block of Madeline St., Officer M. Osborne. 7:59 — Traffic citation, U.S. 81 at Unicom Drive, Officer J. Wommack. 9:55 — Report on suspicious circumstance, 1500 block of Interstate 35, Officer R. Owens. 10:34 — Traffic citation. Comer of Mill and San Antonio streets, Officer M. Osborne. 11:00 — TrafTe citation, Common Street, Officer J. Womack. 11:25 — Report on theft/ shoplifting, IOO block of Garden Street, Officer M. Garcia. 11:51 — Report on unauthorized use, comer of Mill and San Antonio streets. Officer M. Garcia. Thursday afternoon 12:38 — Accident and propery damage, Interstate 35 South, Officer T. Lange. 1:05 — Report on theft/shoplifting, IOO block of Garden Street, Officer S. Castillo. 2:20 — Accident and injury, comer of Churchill and Simon Avenue, Officer T. Large. 2:50 — Accident hit and run, Main Plaza, Officer T. Lange. 3:15 —Citation for stalled vehicle, Fredericksburg Street, Officer M. Garcia. 5:17 — Accident and property damage, IOO block of Nacogdoches, Officer T. Lange. Thursday evening 6:25 — Traffic citation, Casten Street, Officer D. Conran. 7:41 — Traffic citation. Mission Street, Officer U. Patino. 8:32 — Accident and property damage, 700 block of Landa Street, Officer U. Patino. 10:14 — Report on traffic stop, Farm-to-Market 725, Officer G. Dugger. 10:58 — Report on theft/ shoplifting, Seguin Street, Officer D. Ives. Friday morning 4:07 — Report on burglary of habitat, 2600 block of Becker Street, Officer R. Benitez. Summary 70 total calls for service. Total response time: 2:42, average was :02. Total on-site lime: 16:08, average was :14. Total expired lime: 19:48, average was :17. Art helps troubled children belgard Suhr of the New Braunfels German-American Club receives a proclamation from New Braunfels Mayor James Goodbread designating Oct. 6 as German-American Day. New Braunfels and Comal County were founded by German immigrants. German-American Day was first celebrated in 1987. Joint Congressional resolutions created the day. Obits Continued from Page 3A was a deputy sheriff for 25 years in Comal County. Survivors include two stepdaughters, Mary Talamantcz and Jesusa Covarrubias. both of San Antonio; a sot;. Daniel Flores and wife, Leonides of Harlingen; two brothers, Alex Flores of Seguin and Antonio Flores of Austin; 13 grandchildren; 43 great-grandchildren; three grcat-grcat-grandchildrcn and 12 slcp-grandehildrcn. Memorials may be made to Sis. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Services are under the direction of Zoellcr Funeral Home. Maria O. Montoya Services for Maria O. Montoya*-57, of New Braunfels will be IO a.m. Monday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church with the Rev. Albert Trevino officiating. Burial will be in Sts. Peter and Paul Cemetery. A rosary will be recited tonight at 7 at Zoeller Funeral Home. Mrs. Montoya died Oct. 3, 1991 ai St. Luke’s Lutheran Hospital in San Antonio. She was bom Feb. 2, 1934 in San Benito, Texas to Abraham and Lconor (nee Hernandez) Garcia. She was married to Santos B. Montoya in New Braunfels. She had lived in New Braunfels for 40 years and was a housewife. Survivors include her husband of New Braunfels; mother, Lconor Garcia of San Benito; four daughters, Natividad Robles, Anna M. Moreno, Gloria M. Gonzales and Sarah L. Jcnisch, all of New Braunfels; six sons, Carlos G. Moreno of Riverside, Calif., Juan M. Moreno, George Moreno, Abraham Jcnisch, Allen Jentsch and Gary Jcnisch all of New Braunfels; five sisters, Delia Garcia of San Benito, Kathy Briones of Harlingen, Rosemary Navarro of New Braunfels, Irene Zepeda of Pasadena and Josephine Garza of League City; two brothers. Jose Garcia of Michigan and Raul Garcia of Indiana; 13 grund-childrcn and three great-grandchildrcn. By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer Hospice New Braunfels will soon be offering an outreach support group for children dealing with loss due to death and dying, divorce, relocation, abandonment, abuse and dysfunctional family systems, said Sherry Britton, bereavement coordinator at Hospice. The program that uses an as therapy will be offered through facilities of the Teen Connection in New Braunfels. “It’s going to be Wednesday evenings from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. and will go for eight consecutive weeks,” Britton said. “I consider bereaved children to be children who have had a significant loss which naturally would include death and dying or terminal illness." Other losses arc divorce, relocation, death of a pct, dysfunctional family systems such as families dealing with the abuse of drugs and alcohol, she said. At Hospice New Braunfels, Britton works with the families of terminally ill patients to help with emotional e ■ HfTjl Creative Eyewear 844 N. 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The process lets children get in touch with being a child again as many are forced to deal with issues beyond the usual experience of a child their age, Britton said. Talking about the art after it is com pleted is an important pan of the process, she said. “They’ll do a drawing and we’ll ask them if they can remember a lime when they felt like that,” she said. “Lots of times that’s when the tears start to happen. Ait is a right-brained emotive function, so people that are very defensive about their emotions verbally (open up). It doesn’t really heal until it gets expressed.” Britton said learning that grief is a natural, normal and necessary process is important. Grief actually afreets the physiology, cutting the ability to process information to around IO percent, she said. Other reactions are shock, potest and disorganization. Cost for the program, open to children ages six to IO years, is $5 per session. There are eight sequential sessions. 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