New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 31, 1995, Page 2

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 31, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 2 ■ HerakJ-Zeitung ■ Friday, March 31,1995 from Schertz, •na Marion Dmuoa a Tiro Custom Design Shutters 409 F.M. 1103 last night i fire eras reoorted after mid* "    WWW    • WBrWw    llww fright and firefighters erare on lie scene for several hours. No douse of the fire or damage estimate eras available at press Plaza Nites ready to go The Plaza will come alive with New Braunfels music each Thursday night in April, beginning April 6 with the Community Band. The concert, which begins at 7 p.m. on the Bandstand, is the first in the downtown series, ‘‘Plaza Nites.” Under the direction of Ken McGuire, the Community Band performs at the July 4th parade and celebration, the annual Christmas Lighting of the Plaza, Gruene’s 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. Concert-goers are encouraged to bring their lawn chairs and friends (picnics also welcomed). Several downtown businesses will be open for early browsers and after-concert snackers, and will feature concert specials to add to the fun. * April 6: Community Band * April 13: Clay Blaker and the Texas Honky-Tonk Band (country) * April 20: Rosie y Los Mucha-chos (Mariachi) * April 27: Tem Hendrix (Ballads and Blues) All show times are from 7 p.m.-8 p.m. For information, please call die Main Street Office, 608-2100. Obituary Olga M. Knwgw •{Olga M. Krueger, of New Braunfels, passed away at Eden Home on Wednesday, March 29, 1995 at the age of 89. She was bom Dec. IO, 1905 if Lockhart to Kart and Minna (Hage-dorn) Anton, and married Elmo Integer on Dec. 20, 1924 in New Braunfels. Her husband preceded her in (JeathonDec. 14,1983. { Mrs. Krueger was a housewife and a member of St. Paul United Church of Christ in Lockhart, ji Survivors include a daughter, Elno-t> Kraft and her husband Roland, of Mew Braunfels; a son, Karl William Krueger and his wife Lorane, of New Braunfels; a sister, Minnie Wilson of Arrest Reports The following people were arrested the New Braunfels Police Depart-:nt from March 2, 1995, through larch 22, 1995. ■ Michael Laffery, 30, of 141 Placid ive in New Braunfels, was charged 12 with driving under the influence and possession of marijuana. *■ Matthew McGarry, 20, of 1287 liake Creek Pkwy in Austin, was barged March 12 with theft. JaGlenn Phair, 19, of 310 E. Guada cjoma in New Braunfels, was charged March 12 with public intoxication. IB Andy Casarez, 26, of 109 Morales ifaiew Braunfels, was charged March IZ with public intoxication. {■Goeffery Bunker, 32, of 1740 Ash i4 San Marcos, was charged March ip with public intoxication •■Jose Chavez, 35, of 213 W. Krueger in Marion, was charged March 12 with public intoxication. ♦ ■Jefferson Scott, 24, of 1183 Katy New Braunfels, was charged March 2 with public intoxication. ■ Melinda Vargas, 29, of 935 IH-35 in New Braunfels, was charged March 12 with cnminal mischief. • m Salvador Garcia, 19, of 606 N. Guadalupe in New Braunfels, was 4barged March 12 with public intoxication. i ■ Karen Copenhauer, 45, of 465 S. in New Braunfels, was charged arch 13 with public intoxication Lockhart; sisters-in-law, 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 greatgrandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Saturday, April I, 1995 at 2 p.m. at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home, with Rev. Richard Carse officiating. Interment will follow at Memory Lawn Memorial Park in San Marcos. Visitation will begin at 6:30 p.m. 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 Springmont 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 Grucnc 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 Doeppenschmidt 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 TM NOT DOING rn SOUND FAMILIAR? WE CAN HELP • HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS •COLLEGE STUDENT • ADULTS THINKING OF A CAREER CHANGE? & 210-608*0033 LANDA STATION Sesquicentennial Special off ALL menu items Sunday o Monday 12 noon - 8pm    5 pm - 8 pm 25% • Limited That Only Beverages & other discounts excluded ♦ j »Joe Alfaro, 25, of 551 Wildwood $19.95    in 1995" Deal Joanna Vertical Blind $1»95 Rebate by mail with each purchase of a Vertical Blind • .NU* I imtt* tm * Et tmh t ut Mf* * i int* hor I BM JOANNA    ***'• ■^■■aaaMBmmeMammnMMBeimMrv- en ^ Dean L Zincone, M.D> FAMILY PRACTICE « 908 E. Court Seguin, Texas 78155 Medeaid, Medicare Assignment Accepted Blue Cross * Blue Shield Provider New Patients Welcome Office Hours: 8 a in. to 5 p m Monday-Fnday 401-4401 ) BUY (VNR NMY! Net cost after Jin's Video Discount et Tom Hanks* Forrest Gump On Videocassette April 2d Pamf ficsurK wr. IM/ »eflCi rmennon mw :totr [enew* iom Honks rornsttkjic ic lf 'aim Ifs? VlDnsaii ^ OetetertY:. c; iogec jghnstoR '    state    '.tai* ''tab Itatei tat id tatei 'tenfc a roiTT-i ^    ei*w WI MMtiif wnr it mu* (mn km** atm mw Pre-purchase your $19.99 Video on or before April 8,1^9^ to receive 2 Free NEW release rentals. Plus receive a $3.00 Jim’s Video gift certificate when you pick up your video. Jim’s V ideo Concrete barriers on Loop being stored for 1-35 project By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer Residents may have noticed those concrete barriers stationed along Loop 337 just north of the Landa St. turnoff and south of the Hwy. 46 intersection. Texas Department of Transportation officials say no construction is planned on the Loop there. The barriers 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 tunnel.” The department needed to store the barriers in a location near 1-35 because construction will begin soon on widening 1-35 south of town. TRA1 NO SERVICE FEE on Airline Tickets VT 133 Landa Street J (.ll I HOOKS AV AII ABI I WALNUT 6 629-6400 III 35 anti Walnut Ave. i- r.?.f ‘/J I at 7l& < 'tf Friday Blocs Saturday 11.01) Silt is Katz Trippers S-12) No Cover I I I •«-<•%«* iftflticr Ic >(!(> Johnson ra-1) 964-3992 Canyon Lake Hwy 306 <§> FM 2673 ROCKN-ROLL ILAN DAI STATION OPEN DAILY FREE CATFISH Dinner With purchase ot regular catfish dinner or $2 OO off single order Expires March 31. 1995 FROZEN RITAS Dally DI 7,-OOpjn. Jaegerschnitzel Friday Night Special w mushrooms, potato & stir try vuqqiu $2f£ -s'! ‘ s> -: s    *    .    '    " J : 4\ - INMON WAY,INS MAJOR PAYNIM Fit-Sun 1230 2*0430 7:16 026 Mon - Thor 4:60 7:16926 Tommy Boy Born To Be Will Fri - Sun 130320630 736036 Mon • Thur 630 738036 Fri-Sun 130336 6:10 7289*0 Mon - Thur :10 728 9*0 Pulp 12060)630 ..    Mon    -Thor Fiction    620 •=» F    Fri* Sun Al L.h 12*5236530 ALR    7369:10 ktWE&V.TftT * Mon Thur • racua Cit.)    530 7369:10 OOTBRMK Fri-Sun 1:15430 730 030 mum in not kman Mon - Thur MKN». RUSSO PI 430 730030 BRAUNTEX 625-4411 290 W. 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