New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 28, 1994, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 28, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 28, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Obituaries Weather data Texas Briefs STEAK H SHRIMP S6.95 Thunder. July 2B,1U4BHmld-Z(itunga9 atgL^^m    Im LLaUAi    ''v mey moB tnnr novnc in New noms, Texas, for 27 yean, then retired in Alk Grove, Mo. where they Myed until 1969 upon the death of her hatband Morris S. Renftoe. She then lived with or near her youngeat daughter Star-ion Ltnery ana nuaoana I nomas or New Braunfels; grandchildren Melodye Kucnstier and husband Scott of Pleasanton, Texas, Angie Sheffield and husband Kevin Sheffield of Seguin; grandson Ion Chad Laffery and Jennifer cf New Braunfels. Another surviving dughier Virginia Uppen-camp and husband George Uppen-camp of Spring, Texas; grandchild Mark and Maids of Houston, Aanon Uppencamp and wife Headier of Provo, Utah, Michael Uppencamp and Rachel Bartow and husband Michael Barrow, all of Austin, Sarah Read and husband Douglas of Springfield, Va. EMe Mae Reriftoe’s sister's include Irene Davis, Francis Smith, Maxdne Heckler and Nadine Crowder, all of El Paso, and Nfery Lou Ctefc af Lubbock. Her brothers include Jimmy'Aph sup and Bobby Allaup of Bl Paso, Randte Allsup of Amarin* and Glen Allsup of Lubbock, El vie Mae Renfroe had IO grand*; children and 13 gnat grandchildren. She was preceded in death alco by her brother Lewis Allsup and grandchild Samuel Uppencamp. He fetidly will have a graveside service for the New Braunfelser Monday, July 2S, 1994, at 2 p m. in Lubbock City Cemetery, Lubbock, Texas, with Bishop Stratton officiating. EMe> late husband Morris Renftoe was laid to test in 1969 in Lubbock City Cemetery. Memorials may be made to thy Church of Jesus Christ of Utter Day Saints Church in New Braunfels, or to Eden Nursing Home of New Braunfels, or to a charity of one's choice. " rill I rnhttHalm it Paul E. Poindexter Sr., age 73, of Boerne, passed sway on l\iesdsy July 26» 1994. He was bom on Jan. 17, 1921, in Vernon, Ky. He is survived by his wife, Ann Poindexter of Boerne; sons and daughters-in-law Eddie and Naomi Poindexter of Spring Branch and John and Valerie Poindexter of Boerne; sister Hattie Kallaher of Louisville, Ky.; sister and brother-in-law Jessie and Charles Vanover of Louisville; seven grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. He was preceded in draft) by three tons and one granddaughter. Funeral services will be held at the PNtlip Memorial Clape! of Vaughan’s Funeral Horne of Boerne on Friday July 29 at 2:30 p.m. with Pastor Randy Couchman officiating. Burial win fellow in the Boerne Cemetery. Visitation will be on Thursday July 28 tom 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. and on Friday until time of services. Vaughan's Funeral Home, Antonio; brothers and sister-in-law Pablo and Juanita Correa of New Braunfels and Pablo Correa of San Antonio; and numerous nieces and nephews; IS grandchildren and IO greatgrandchildren. Funeral services will be Friday July 29, 1994, at 2 p.m. at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with the Rev. Richard Oberstar. Burial will fellow at Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Cemetery. A rosary will be recited Thursday at 7:30 pm. at Boeder Funeral Home. Memorials may ta made to Hospice New Braunfels. mapnmon Leat Plain: July 9, .5 Inch. Tsar Total: 18.63 Normal Yarn Total: 17.43 Yesterday*! temp. Sun mao at 6*1, att* at gag. Moon atta 12:22 pork, nato 11*6 Hat 4*0 pjn. no rain, .Myna CUA, Grain Meadow* Today's weather tv°v Psdtrico Cowan Federico Correa of New Braunfels, age 81, passed away Tuesday July 26, 1994, at his home. He was bom Dec. 22, 1912, in Lytle, Texas, to Tomas and Rafeel (Guardiola) Correa. He married Amparo Flores Oct. 23,1983, in Comal County. Mr. Correa was a retired maintenance worker for the City of New Braunfels. He was a mender of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church and was affiliated with Soledad Fraternal Muralists de New Braunfels, Texas. He is survived by his wife. Amparo F. Correa of New Braunfels; daughter and son-in-law Odilia and Raymond Fuentes; sons and daughters-in-law Jose T. and Maria Elena Correa of New Braunfels, and Juan T. and Maty Correa of Seguin; sisters and broth* ers-in-law Maria and Raul Rivas and Juanita and Luis Robieros, all of San Elvie Mae Renfroe, 81, died at McKenna Memorial Hospital in New Braunfels July 21, 1994, one month shy of tar 82nd birthday. Elvie Mae was bom Aug. 20, 1912, in Enloe, Texas. She was preceded in death by tar husband Morris A. Renfroe, whom Elvie Mac Allsup married on Feb. 21, 1939, in Brownfield, Texas. Together Today** w**th*r drawing la by Jenna RoyaN, kindergartner at BPS. 1    Bastrop prison hungor otriko ear*“ f    fetors    amXama BBoLmA afeanaa I)    WI Sr VlllVli limo QVf mm ftBpiJL AUSTIN (AP) — About 70 percent of the prisoners at the Federal Correc-jl#    tional Institution in Bastrop are in the ii?    third day of a hunger strike protest, fe*?    prison officials say. The prison has 1(173 Inmatcs’ officials say Inmatcs are protesting health condi-tions at the prison, including being exposed to other inmates who have tuberculosis, an anomey for the Amer-ican Civil Liberties Union said Wednesday. Prison officials say they don’t know of any cases of the dis-■ 1    1    ease at the facility. Hwaw-Zfttmg photo by john huseth Rich Ctarwinslri, executive assis-^  tan* to Warden John Giuch, said feWwIl Wm"i iv Min wvl Linos    ♦------^    __?——? a ^    __ lnmaies ire Dong inovicwea to acier- prison sentence that he wnpfndaH and probated for five yean. According to court documents; Smith told investigators involved id the case he had moved to the Killeen area from Massachusetts because ta believed ta could earn up to S7S,OOO I year as a tattoo artist. Fort Hood, I large U.S. Army poet, it located near* by. In a move he User admitted ta didnl know if ta had the authority to do ta not, the judge told Smith, “As one ta the conditions of probation, I order you not to engage in tattooing directly or indirectly unless you obtain certif^ cation from the proper health author^ ties showing it is safe for you in do so i mine why they have refused to eat since Monday. He said the inmates also refused to go to their required work assignments Wednesday. jyrfaa Orator* HIVAnttiw MimiMW Wil^BiB Isl v ^rwBlal VV •tan lo QNo Up Occupation a* Tattoo Artist BELTON, Texas (AP) — A judge has ordered a man to give up his occupation as a tattoo artist because ta is HIV-positive. John Edward Smith, 34, of Killeen pleaded guilty Wednesday to a charge ofinjurytoachild. After reading a restricted pre-sentence background report on Smith, State District Judge C W “Bud” Duncan instead assessed Smith a five-year ming Bm SLAKE 629-3311 [tfeBEElktgJ .^Eagles Hall*--. Fit - July »JM2 (no comr) Sat. July 30 830-1230 (orarar charge) 'VurtmvSmoM TwktyMosUrrwyMsU JU ob rn LmJ Asm feaito^ raj* mWMr HMBth OSO JWraf bunch tldObZdO Mon-Sat Outfit ;