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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 31, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas CUSTOM DESIGN SHUTTERS INC jhters from Schertz Jibolo and Marion battled a fire t Custom Design Shutters 1103 last night i fire was reported after mid rHght and firefighters were on me scene for several hours No of the fire or damage estimate was available at press Plaza Nites ready to go The Plaza will come alive with New Braunfels music each Thurs day night in April beginning April 6 with the Community Band The concert which begins at 7 on the Bandstand is the first in the downtown series Plaza Under the direction of Ken McGuire the Community Band performs at the July 4th parade and celebration the annual Christmas Lighting of the Plaza Gruenes Country Christmas Folkfest Wurstfest Wassailfest and more With their fun and lively mix of music the Community Band is a continuing treat for Comal County visitors and residents Concertgoers are encouraged to bring their lawn chairs and friends picnics also Several downtown businesses will be open for early browsers and afterconcert snackers and will feature concert specials to add to the fun April 6 Community Band April 13 Clay Blaker and the Texas HonkyTonk Band coun try April 20 Rosie y Los Mucha chos Mariachi April 27 Terri Hendrix Bal lads and Blues All show times are from 7 8 For information please call the Main Street Office 6082100 Obituary i Olga M Krueger tOlga M Krueger of New Braun fas passed away at Eden Home on Wednesday March 29 1995 at the age of 89 She was born Dec uf Lockhart to Karl and Minna Hage dorn Anton and married Elmo ferueger on Dec 20 1924 in New Braunfels Her husband preceded her in cjbath on Dec Krueger was a housewife and a mfember of St Paul United Church of Ihrist in Lockhart Survivors include a daughter Elno Kraft and her husband Roland of 1 lew Braunfels a son Karl William jueger and his wife Lorene of New vraunfels a sister Minnie Wilson of Arrest Reports The following people were arrested y the New Braunfels Police Depart nent from March 2 1995 through 22 1995 Michael Laffery 30 of 141 Placid C ove in New Braunfels was charged f arch 12 with driving under the influ e ice and possession of marijuana Matthew McGarry 20 of 1287 Creek Pkwy in Austin was charged March 12 with theft JaGlenn Phair 19 of 310 E Guada joma in New Braunfels was charged March 12 with public intoxication i Andy Gasarez 26 of 109 Morales ifrNew Braunfels was charged March public intoxication Bunker 32 of 1740 Ash ir San Marcos was charged March 10 with public intoxication Jose Chavez 35 of 213 W integer in Marion was charged larch 12 with public intoxication Jefferson Scott 24 of 1183 Katy New Braunfels was charged March 2 with public intoxication Melinda Vargas 29 of 935 IH35 i i New Braunfels was charged March 2 with criminal mischief Salvador Garcia 19 of 606 N ladalupe in New Braunfels was ed March 12 with public intoxi ion Karen Copenhauer 45 of 465 S Won in New Braunfels was charged larch 13 with public intoxication Wildwood Lockhart sistersinlaw Frieda Anton of Lockhart Hedwig Krueger of San Antonio and Etelka Krueger Nora Beaver and Norma Krueger all of New Braunfels grandchildren Sharon Kay Halm Martha Lynn Rogers Paul Kraft Karlene Krueger Russel Krueger and Ellen Milam 8 great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews Funeral services will be held Satur day April 1 1995 at 2 at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with Rev Richard Carse officiating Inter ment will follow at Memory Lawn Memorial Park in San Marcos Visitation will begin at Thursday and continue until service in San Antonio was charged March 13 with possession of marijuana Kim Renard 37 of 551 Wildwood in San Antonio was charged March 13 with possession of marijuana Bryan Alexander 31 of 6718 Springfront in San Antonio was charged March 13 with possession of marijuana Raymond Casarez 28 of 609 Wurzbach in Seguin was charged March 13 with traffic violations Sally Bryant 28 of 1609 Gruene Rd in New Braunfels was charged March 13 with theft Rebecca Brewer 31 of Seguin was charged March 13 with theft time on Saturday at the Doeppen schmidt Funeral Home Memorials may be given to St Paul United Church of Christ in Lockhart or to Eden Home Inc Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home I DONT KNOW WHAT I WANT TO DO BUT I KNOW THAT IM NOT DOING IT SOUND FAMILIAR WE CAN HELP HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS STUDENT ADULTS THINKING OF A CAREER CHANGE JNirmm FM MvrttiMtMr 2106080033 at Friday Blue No Cover 9643992 Shuts Please register lo vctc Canyon Lake Hwy 306 FM 2673 Saturday Katz Johnson ROCKNROLL LANDA STATION Special 25 off ALL menu items Sunday p Monday 12 noon 8 pm 5 pm 8 pm Limited Time Only Beverages other discounts excluded in 1995 Deal Joanna Vertical Blind Rebate by mail with each purchase of a Vertical Blind iVn I on Imir I JOANNA I H eOAD I N T 11 R 1 O R S DEAN L ZINCONE FAMILY PRACTICE 908 Court Seguin Texas 78155 Medicaid Medicare Assignment Accepted Blue Cross Blue Shield Prowler Hours 8 am to 5 MondayFriday 4014401 BUY 6VHP TODAY Tom Net cost after Jims Video Discount On VUlcocassette April 2H prepurchase your Video on or before April to receive 2 Free NEW release rentals Plus receive a Jims Video gift certificate when you pick up your video Jims Video SI Concrete barriers on Loop being stored for 135 project By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer I Residents may have noticed those concrete barriers stationed along Loop 337 just north of the Landa St turndff and south of the Hwy 46 intersection Texas Department of Transporta tion officials say no constructionis planned on the Loopthere The barri ers are only being stored in the area for future use TxDOT Engineer David Kopp said the barriers came from construction being completed on Interstate 35 north of New Braunfels commonly referred to as the The department needed to store the barriers in a location near 135 because construction will begin soon on widen ing 135 south of town GIFT HOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 62964OO IH 35 and Walnut Ave STATION OPEN DAILY FREE CATFISH DINNER With purchase of regular catfish dinner or off single order Expires March FROZEN RITAS Dally Til Jaegerschnitzel Friday Night Special mushrooms potato stir fry veggie DAMON WAYAiYS MAJOll FriSun 925 MonThur E3 926 Tommy Boy Fri Sun 130 330 530 735 90S Mon Thur 530735935 Born To Be Wih FrlSun 725840 MonThur Pulp Fiction FrlSun 120520830 Mon Thur 520 830 Fri Sun Mon Thur OUTBREAK IIIISl IN KMAN MOO Thur HKNK K BRAUNTEX 6254411 290 W San Antonio ALL SHOWS FULL BAR ENTERTAINMENT Sunday Terri Hendrix Tuesday Marc Beano Thursday Mike Saturday Mike DanieU FitSun i IJI I MonThur 6OOBOO Jim WTDanhli FilSun I Mon Thur TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Ride a bike 6 Barge 10 Invent 14 Old cattle town 15 Church calendar 16 Jug 17 Trivial 18 Cut of meat 19 Festive 20 Recreational area 22 Feels under the weather 23 Direction 24 Vacant 26 Come home 30 Interviewer Winfrey 32 Sign of the future 33 Hackman or Wilder 35 Whirlybird blade 39 Accumulated 41 Adolescent 43 Mediterranean island 44 Born Free lioness 46 Novelist Stanley Gardner 47 Singer Cara 49 Tried out 51 Manmade waterway 53 Prayer end 55 Variety 56 California city 62 Dry river bed 63 Actress Moran 64 Battery part 65 Sun disk 66 Monthly i expense 67 Chisel 68 Metallic sound 69 Exercise system 70 Chemical compound DOWN 1 Splendor 2 Actor Jannings 3 Two Years Before the Mast author 4 Sailors PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 33195 1995 United Feature Syndicate 5 Of greater size 6 Onesinger songs 7 Salad garnish 8 Norse god 9 Awe 10 Bullhorns 1 1 Look forward to 12 Clown Emmett 13 Periods 21 Stove 25 Stallions mate 26 Gallivant 27 Actress Thompson 28 Greenish blue 29 Without reservation 31 Furry companions 34 Eves garden 36 Sour 37 Gawk 38 Cattail 40 Poet Teasdale 42 Gobbled up 45 Renting 48 Whodunits Queen 50 Hire 51 Raccoons cousin 52 Cosmetics exec Elizabeth 54 Devilfish 55 Trade 57 Chocolate cookie 58 Adams grandson 59 Oaf 60 Border 61 Fortuneteller STUMPED Call or Answers Touchlone w Rotary 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