New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 14, 1995, Page 2

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July 14, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 14, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 2 a Herald-ZeltunQ O Friday, July 14,1995 County Records Scholarship fund donation Mark Slatier of tho Comal County Medical Society presents a $1,000 chock to Meredith Patterson. RJN. and Debbie Wiegand, assistant administrator of Eden Home, for the EsplnozsVIRsrTeal Nursing Scholarship Fund. The fund Is available to employees of Eden Home and Mission Valley Mills. In memory of the two nursi were Involved in a tragic car accident in March, interested applicants or donors to the fund may go to the development office of Eden Home, or call 625-6291, ext 251. Police Reports New Braunfels Police arrested die following people from June 23 through 30: ■ Robert Sawka, 25, of 5702 Nodaway Lane in Spring, was charged with public intoxication June 24. ■ Roberto Hernandez, 34,ofl9U East Eastlawn in New Braunfels, was charged with criminal mischief and public intoxication June 25. ■ Ray Serna, 28, of 156 Koepke in San Antonio, was charged with public lim# ■ Santos Verdin, 39, of 2445 Old Seguin Road in San Marcos, was charged with public intoxication June 25. ■ Joe Bravo, 50. of 12312 Wipple Tree in Austin, was arrested on unspecified charged June 25. ■ Julio Quintanilla, 19, of 2850 West San Antonio in New Braunfels, was charged with alcohol violations June 26. ■ Maria Lara, 45, of 1613 West Bridge in New Braunfels, was chargee with public intoxication June 2b ■ Craig Wommach. 29. of ^9? Hwy 46 in New Braunfels, was charged with aggravated assauh June 27. ■ Isabel Penaloza, 31, of 183 Rosewood Avenue in New Braunfels, was arrested for other authorities June 28. ■ Ennque Ayala, 27, of RI 2 Box 561 23A in New Braunfels, was charged with public intoxication. Couple in suburbia can’t lure their city friends a DEAR ABBY: Several years ago. we moved to the suburbs — a two-hour drive from the city. Wanting to maintain our friendship with city friends, we often make the drive to SM them. We always take a bottle of wine, and gifts for the children. Now for the problem: For all of our efforts, they have come to visit us only twice. Lately, they don’t even acknowledge our birthday cards or gifts with so much as s thank-you. We have dropped hints and come right out and expressed our disappointment and hart—tone avail. We still talk on the phone occasionally (when we call them), but we’ve finally come to the end of our rope. Abby, how do we make it clear, without issuing an ultimatum, that our friendship will be limited to telephone conversations unless they visit us in our home? FED UP WITH OLD FRIENDS DEAR FED UP: Some friendship# fade sri th time. Distance and inconvenience can also play a large part in their demise. Perhaps you should lot this old friendship die a natural death and concontrnte on making friends in your nose community so you srill not be entirely dependant on those from your former neighborhood. DEAR ABBY: After reading your answer to the 68-year-old widow in Portland, Maine, who wished that her grown children would respect her privacy and telephone before dropping in unexpectedly, I had to write. You advised: “When you desire are welcome to drop by any tune, in fact, they don’t visit often enough to suit us. A visit from our kids means more to us than a TV show or a book that can be put aside and picked up at a later date. Our children know what we look like most of the time, so what difference does it make if my hair ia in rollers and we’re not dressed up? BERNE LE HALE, BOUNTIFUL, UTAH There was one in which I looked good but Rick looked terrible. In the other one. he looked good, but I looked terrible. The photographer said if he took them over, we would have to pay for another sitting, and that was out of the question We decided to put the pictures away and think it over. A couple of days later. Rick called the photographer and ordered the one in which he looked good and I looked terrible. Do I have the right to be mad? BRIDE OF THREE WEEKS DEAR BRIDE: Yea. Tell your husband that fair's fair, then call the photographer to order a copy of the picture you liked. That way, each of you will have a picture you look good in. (When you look at the picture# in SS years, you’ll probably agree that bath of you looked terrine!) DEAR BERNELE HALE: It will probably pleaM you to know that I received an avalanche of -    . letters from readers who agree t«tur coeveraatleaallet tad a mon WIW you.    attractive parses, order "How to Bo , However, the widow from Popular." Boud a baeiaoae-eisod. astr Portland, Maine, wrote that aha o^dreeeed eoreiep Iud uked lur family to plam ohone Hrf hpfnw flwinnSnw Im    AMqt Popularity Rook UK* P.O. Boo 447, there are cU^wl^n^^SoeeaH    * feel like getting dressed or Budling her bed. And sometimes there are dishes in the sink, her hair is a mesa, or ahs could bo entertaining her "significant other,** who lives scram town. You may welcome drop-in visitors, but they could be embarrassing to the Portland widow. Everyone has a right to privacy. Comal County Court-At-Law Criminal Department The following are dispositions for criminal cases of the Comal County Court-At-Law: • Kenneth Lee Nicholson, San Antonio; Evading arrest; $250 fine, $209 court cost • David Hernandez, New Braunfels; Failure to maintain financial responsibility-. $300 fine, $252 court cost. • Matt Lozano Gonzales, New Braunfels; Possession of marijuana; $450 fine, $179 court cost 60 days jail or I year probation, 24 hours community service. • James Troy .Anderson, Mesquite; Criminal trespass, motion to revoke probation; $ 150 attorney. 30 days jail. • Guadalupe Perez. New Braunfels; Chmn*! nonsupport; $209 court cost 90 d»\s jail or 6 months probation. • Roy Hernandez. Jr.. New Braunfels. Driving while license suspended; $ I ’N court cost 30 days jail. • Cyixhia Fitzsimmons, New Braunfels. Theft i$20-S200 ) motion to revoke probation. $ 150 attorney, 45 days jail. • Rodney S. Baa wens, New Braunfels. fleeing from Police officer, $100 fine. $1 ’N court cost 60 days jail or I mon* probation, 24 hours community service. • David Cadriel, Canyon Lake; Filled to maintain financial responsibility; $500 fine, $272 court cost. Deaths • Ethel Era Schumann, 89, of New Braunfels. Died July 2,1995. • Velva Short, of New Braunfels. Died July 4,1995. • Olivia Gaytan Zamora, 67, of New Braunfels. Died July 4,1995. • Eugene O. Kopplin, 89, of New Braunfels. Died July 6,1995. • Silvia Ortiz, 43, of New Braunfels. Died July 6,1995. • Jesusa R. Gonzales, 81, of New Braunfels. Died July 6,1995. • Mary J. Johnson, 94, of New Braunfels. Died July 7,1995. • Alvin Sachsenmeyer, 75, of New Braunfels. Died July 6,1995. Marriages The following people were married with licenses from Comal County: • Ronald Dual ne Brewer and Myra Sue Van Zandt of New Braunfels. • Carl Wayne Vanroekel and Cynthia Ann Vriezelaar of New Braunfels. • Egon Jacob Moellendorf and Peggy Crowther Reinhard of New Braunfels. • Kent Duane Kilgore and Debra Morrow Hogan of New Braunfels. • James Rayburn McKee and Carolyn Simons Lape of New Braunfels. • John Robert White and Natalie Kay Diver of Canyon Lake. • Anthony Stephen Lengyel and Brenda Jean Follis of Canyon Lake. • Michael Charles Rizzo and Laura Kimberly Sweat of Canyon Lake. privacy for any reaaon, pull down your ahadea, lock the doors, and don’t DEAR ABBY: Rick and I have anavrar ^rbeU.    been married less than throe weeks. Abby, I am a 71-year-old woman and weve aiready had a ierioug who has a husband, for which I am fight. Here’s what happened: grateful. 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