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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 28, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday July 9 Weather data Precipitation Last Rrin July 9 5 Inch VtarTotH Normal Year Total Yesterdays temp High 101 Low 79 Record High 103 In 1962 Record Low 67 In 1903 Solar and Lunar data Sun at sets at Moon Mts rises Pndpitation yesterdays temperature from the National Weather Service Todays weather High 98 low 68 rain Bullet Adams Cranes Mill X 80 7 100 at 5 no rain John MacWe River Oaks High 97 tew 75 no rain Bekten Peters Sattter 95 at no rain Myrtle Clark Green Meadows Tonight clear akin Low In the mid 70s East wind 5 to 10 mph Friday partly cloudy High In the upper 90s South wind near 10 mph Todays weather drawing is by Jenna Royall kindergartner at BPS data Canyon ft cfs Edwards Aquifer dn 05 Comal 274 same cfs cubic per second Pollen count Type Count condition Molds Hackberry Pollen County courtesy of Frank HampelJr MD Obituaries Paul E Pohtdftirter Sr Paul E Poindexter age 73 of Bocrnc passed away on Tuesday July 26 1994 He was bom on Jan 17 U21 in Vcmon Ky He s survived by his wife Ann Poindexter of Bocrhe sons and daughtersinlaw Eddie and Naomi Poindexter of Spring Branch and John and Valerie Poindexter of Bocrne sister Hattic Kallaher of Louisville sister and brotherin law Jessie and Charles Vanover of Louisville seven grandchildren and two great grandchildren He was pre ceded in death by three sons and one granddaughter Funeral services will be held at the Phillip Memorial Chanel of Vaughans Funeral HomeofBocme on Friday July 29 at with Pastor Randy Couchman officiating Burial will follow in the Bocmc Ceme tery Visitation will be on Thursday July 28 from 4 to 9 and on Friday until time of services Vaughans Funeral Home Bocrnc Federteo Correa Fcdcrico Correa of New Braunfels age 81 passed away Tuesday July 26 1994 at his home He was born Dec 22 1912 in Lytle Texas to Tomas and Rafael Guardiola Correa He married Amparo Flores Oct in Comal County Mr Correa was a retired maintenance worker for the City of New Braunfels He was a member of Our Lady of Peipetual Help Catholic Church and was affiliated with Sociedad Fraternal Mutual ista de New Braunfels Texas He is survived by his wife Amparo F Correa of New Braunfels daughter and soninlaw Odilia and Raymond Fuentcs sons and daughtersinlaw Jose T and Maria Elena Correa of New Braunfels and Juan T and Mary Correa of Seguin sisters and broth ersinlaw Maria and Raul Rivas and Juanita and Luis Robleros all of San Antonio brothers and sisterinlaw Pablo and Juanita Correa of New Braunfels and Pablo Correa of San Antonio and numerous nieces and nephews IS grandchildren and 10 greatgrandchildren Funeral services will be Friday July 29 1994 at 2 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with the Rev Richard Oberstar Burial will follow at Sts Peter Paul Catholic Cemetery A rosary will be recited Thursday at at Zocllcr Funer al Home Memorials may be made to Hospice New Braunfels Elvis Mae Renfrew Elvte Mae Renfroe El vie Mae Renfroe 81 died at McKenna Memorial Hospital in New Braunfels July 21 1994 one month shy of her 82nd birthday Elvie Mae was born Aug 20 1912 in Enloe Texas She was preceded in death by her husband Morris A Renfroe whom Elvie Mae Allsup married on Feb 21 1939 in Brownfield Texas Together they made their home in New Home Texas for 27 years then retired In Ask Grove Mo where they stayed urttif 1969 upon the death of hef husband Morris S Renfrbc She then lived with1 or near her youngest daughter Shcr ron Laffery and husband Thomas of New Braunfels grandchildren Melodye Kucnstlcr and husband Scott of Plcasanton Texas Angle Sheffield and husband Kevin Sheffield of Seguin grandson Jon Chad Laffery and Jennifer of New Braunfels Anoth er surviving daughter Virginia Uppcn camp and husband George Uppen camp of Spring Texas grandchild Mark and Marcia of Houston Aarron Uppcncamp and Wife Heather of Pn vo Utah Michael Uppcncamp and Rachel Barrow and husband Michael Barrow all of Austin Sarah Read and husband Douglas of Springfield Va Elvie Mae Rerifroes sisters include Irene Davis Francis Smith Maxcine Heckler and Nadine Crowder all of El Paso and Mary Lou Clark of Lub bock Her brothers include Jimmy All sup and Bobby Allsup of El Pasoj Randle Allsup of Amarillo and Glen Allsup of Lubboclc Elvie Mae Renfroe had 10 grand children and 13 great She was preceded in death also by her brother Lewis Allsup and grandchild Samuel Uppencamp He family will have a graveside ser vice for the New Braunfelser MOIK day July 25 1994 at 2 in Lub bock City Cemetery Lubbock Texas with Bishop Stratton officiating Elvies late husband Morris Renfroe was laid to rest in 1969 in Lubbock City Ceir4 tery Memorials may be made to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Church in New Braunfels or to Eden Nursing Home of New BraunV fels or to a charity of ones choice HeraldZeitung photo by JOHN HUSETH Broken water main New Braunfels Utility employee Apolonlo Cantu directs traffic around a broken water main on Landa Street Wednesday afternoon Texas Briefs Bastrop prison hunger strike enters third day AUSTIN AP About 70 percent of the prisoners at the Federal Correc tional Institution in Bastrop arc in the third day of a hunger strike protest prison officials say The prison has inmates officials say Inmates are protesting health condi tions at the prison including being exposed to other inmates who have tuberculosis an attorney for the Amer ican Civil Liberties Union said Wednesday Prison officials say they dont know of any cases of the dis ease at the facility Rich Cherwinski executive assis tant to Warden John Gluch said inmates are being interviewed to deter mine why they have refused to eat since Monday He said the inmates also refused to go to their required work assignments Wednesday Judge Orders HIVPositive Man to Give Up Occupation as Tattoo Artist BELTON Texas AP A judge has ordered a man to give up his occu pation as a tattoo artist because he is HIVpositive John Edward Smith 34 of Killeen pleaded guilty Wednesday to a charge of injury to a child After reading a restricted presen tence background report on Smith State District Judge Bud Dun can instead assessed Smith a fiveyear prison sentence that he suspended and probated for five years According to court documents Smith told investigators involved iri the case he had moved to the Killecri area from Massachusetts because he believed he could earn up to year as a tattoo artist Fort Hood a large Army post is located neari by In a move he later admitted he didni know if he had the authority to do or not the judge told Smith As one of the conditions of probation I ordeij you not to engage in tattooing directly or indirectly unless you obtain certifi cation from the proper health author ties showing it is safe for you to do tie I e BLAKE Live Entertainment Fit WESTERH DANCE RUTUffNO 2WtyStntt 91 1 m 5 Wo 6M1B33 LANDA STATION Kitchen Hours 11 am9pm Friday 4 Sat 11 am til 11 pm STEAK SHRIMP Broken Fences Two Way Street NowMrvlng Lunch Dinner Late Nite Snacks r Our new Smoked Turkey Monterrey Melt is the best in Lunch Mon Sot Inside The Book Trader 185 S Seguin Ave New Braunfels 6295044 Eagles Hall Fri July 29 812 no cover Calibre Sat July 30 cover charge Texas Connection Mon Nite 10oz TBone Wed Night Burgois FROZEN I RITAS Fri Sat Sun Drinks Hall rental for Weddings Anniversaries and Reunions BestDanccFkxMinTaws x LIVE ENTERTAINMENT Tues July 26 Revival Bio Thurs July 28 Alan VdCjM Sal July 30 I he Next Sunday July 31 Fern I lend
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