New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 28, 1995, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 28, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 28, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung □ Friday, July 28,1995 □ 3Club Notes VFW Post #7110 Ladies Auxiliary VFW Post #7110 Ladies Auxiliary was proud to present Chyrel Mitchell, human resources manager of Knytex Co., with a Patriotic Citizen’s Award for flying the national flag daily at their place of business. Pictured are Janice Quent, Auxiliary president; Chyrel Mitchell; and Evelyn Kneupper, Americanism chairman. Comal County Texas AAM Club The Comal County Texas A&M Club will hold its annual fish fry Aug. 11 at Landa Park pavilions 4 and 5. Fellowship begins at 6:30 p.m. with dinner at 7:15 and program at 8. The fish fly is held each year to recognize incoming Aggie freshmen, including this year’s scholarship recipients. Toby Boening, of Marion, the 1995-96 student body president, will help welcome the freshmen to Aggie life as guest speaker. Also on the agenda are a silent County Records Comal County Court-At-Law The following are dispositions of criminal cases from the Comal County Court-At-Law: • Robert Sistos Lara of Clute; Possession of marijuana; $450. fine, $184. court cost, 30 days jail, 6 months probation, 24 hours community service. • Steffin Northrop of San Antonio; Speeding. • Mario Onesimo Mendoza of San Antonio; Motion to adjurdicate, unlawfully carrying a weapon; 90 days jail. • Paul Michael Sanchez of New Braunfels; Motion to revoke probation, evading arrest; 20 days jail. • Ronald Lee Jennings of Fort Worth; Resisting arrest; $100. fine, $176. court cost, 16 days jail. • Enrique Henry Varela of New Braunfels; Motion to revoke probation, possession of marijuana; 75 days jail. • Alfred Coronado Jr. of San Antonio; Driving while intoxicated; $550. fine, $249. court cost, 90 days jail, 2 years probation, 24 hours community service. • David Lee Daniels of McQueeney; Driving while intoxicated; $200. fine, $270. court cost, 30 days jail. • Gasino Bentancourt of San Antonio; Driving while intoxicated, suspended; $250. fine, $179. court cost, 30 days jail, I year probation, 24 hours community service. • Dala Gallegos Quiedo of New Braunfels; Driving while intoxicated, suspended; $250. fine, $ 179. court cost, 30 days jail, I year probation, 24 hours community service. • Kelly Deidre Doughert of Spring Branch; Driving while intoxicated; $550. fine, $249 court cost, 24 hours community service. • Enrique Henry Varela of New Braunfels; Possession of marijuana; $100. fine, $179 court cost, $175 attorney, 75 days jail. • Crespin Perez Jr. of New Braunfels; Resisting arrest; $500. fine, $179. court cost, $150. attorney, 90 days jail, I year probation, 80 hours community service. • David Watson of Canyon Lake; Driving while intoxicated; $550. fine, $179 court cost, $150. attorney, 90 days jail, 2 years probation, 24 hours community service. • Edward Anthony Medina of New Braunfels; Possession of marijuana; $300. fine, $179. court cost, $150. attorney, 60 days jail, I year probation, 24 hours community service. • Leroy Carl Janner of San Antonio; Unlawfully carrying a weapon; $300. fine, $179. court cost. • Christopher John McNatt of San Antonio; Possession of paraphernalia; $121. fine, $179 court cost. • Juan Landeeros Flores of New Braunfels; Driving while intoxicated; $650. fine, $249 court cost, 90 days jail, 2 years probation, 24 hours community service. • David Canto, Jr. of San Antonio; Driving while intoxicated (second offense); $750. fine, $254. court cost, 180 days jail, 2 years probation, 15 jail shock. • Jose A. Ortiz of New Braunfels; Criminal trespass; $300. fine, $179. court cost, $175. attorney, 24 hours community service. • Robin Lynn Harbin of Canyon Lake; Driving while intoxicated, suspended; $250. fine, $179 court cost, 30 days jail, I year probation, 24 hours community service. auction and raffle to raise scholarship funds and the election of officers. All Aggies, family members and friends are invited to attend. Cost is $8 per person, $4 for those IO and under. All incoming freshmen are invited to attend as guests of the club. For reservations, call 620-0704.Canyon Lake Republican Women Canyon Lake Republican Women met at C.L.A.C. on June 21 for their regular meeting. The program, tradi • Aaron Cordell Spence of Austin; Driving while intoxicated, suspended; $100. fine, $179 court cost, 30 days jail, 6 months probation, 24 hours community service. • Walter Roy Weber of New Braunfels; Evading arrest; $200. fine, $170. court cost, 60 days jail, 6 months probation, 24 hours community service. • Ezra Luis Martinez of New Braunfels; Possession of marijuana; $450. fine, $179. court cost, $150. attorney, 60 days jail, I year probation, 24 hours community service. • David William Acherman of Wimberley; Terroristic threat; $179. court cost, 60 days jail, I year probation. • James Franklin Sparks of Abilene: Driving while intoxicated, suspended; $200. fine, $184. court cost, $150. attorney, 60 days jail, I year probation, 24 hours community service. • David Carrington Terrell of Canyon Lake; Motion to adjudicate, unlawfully carrying a weapon; 30 days jail. • David William Ackerman of Win-berley; Criminal trespass; $300. fine, $179. court cost, 60 days jail, I year probation, 24 hours community service. • Carrie Michelle Trevino of Uni-veral City; Driving while intoxicated; $650. fine, $249. court cost, $150. attorney, 90 days jail, 2 years probation, 24 hours community service. • Marcelino Vela Anyul of New Braunfels; Driving while intoxicated; $650. fine, $249. court cost, $38.46 restitution, 90 days jail, 2 years probation, 24 hours community service. • Jesus Trujillo of New Braunfels; Driving while intoxicated; $550. fine, $249. court cost, 90 days jail, 2 years probation. • Dale Lee Unger of Canyon Lake; Driving while intoxicated; $550. fine, $254. court cost, 90 days jail, 2 years probation, 24 hours community service. • Shane E. Criss of McQueeney; Driving while intoxicated; $550. fine, $249. court cost, 90 days jail, 2 years probation, 24 hours community service. New Braunfels Republican Women The June picnic in Landa Park, hosted by the New Braunfels Republican Women, was attended by approximately 100 participants. Pictured are Cristabell West, vice president; Genny Hensz, president; Toby Stolhandske, speaker; and Cathy Talcott, soloist. tional at this time of year, was a talk on “Americanism,” given by guest speaker Mr. Gaston Persons. He mentioned several little-known facts about the drafting and signing of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. He also mentioned present concerns such as the immigration crisis and the influx of persons of other religions than the Judeo-Christian heritage traditionally thought of as American religious background He mentioned the present trend • Antonio O. Hernandez, Jr. of New Braunfels; Possession of marijuana; $450. fine, $179. court cost, $150. attorney, 60 days jail, I year probation, 24 hours community service. • Michael Saenz of New Braunfels; Motion to adjudicate, assault (bodily injury); $150. attorney, 45 days jail. • Jerre Graham Kneip of Kerrville; Speeding; $50. fine, $52. court cost. • William Linn Owen of San Saba; Speeding; $150. fine, $147. court cost. • Ryan Richy Harbort of Seguin; Failure to stop and render aid; $200. fine, $204. court cost, $150. attorney, $143.50 restitution, 24 hours community service. • Linda Marie Caldwell of Canyon Lake; Harrassment; $300. fine, $164. court cost, 60 days jail, I year probation, 24 hours community service. • Ronald Lee Jennings of Fort Worth; Theft ($20-$200); $100. fine, $$176. court cost, 16 days jail. • Edward Woemdel of New Braunfels; Assault (bodily injury); $100. fine, $194. court cost, $175. attorney, 30 days jail. • William Guy Callenway of Hous- tQward loosening the grip of the federal government, even though we have more freedom than other parts of the world. It was announced there would be no Aug. meeting, but a fish fry is planned for Sept. with the date to be announced later. “Split the Pot” was won by Vi Duncan, who will assume duties as social chairman effective immediately. We are winners again! The July 4 parade for the Canyon Lake area was one more triumph for our club; we ton; Driving while intoxicated; $550. fine, $279. court cost, $150. attorney, 90 days jail, 2 years probation. • Joseph Paysing of Corpus Christi; Theft by check; $100. fine, $209. court cost, $179.51 restitution. • Randall Kent Stewart of New Braunfels; Driving while intoxicated; $550. fine, $279. court cost, 90 days jail, 2 years probation, 15 jail shock, 24 hours community service. • Linda Marie Caldwell of Canyon Lake; Driving while intoxicated; pled in another case. • David Carrington Terrell of Canyon Lake; Assault (bodily injury); pled in another case. • Jose A. Ortez of New Braunfels; Evading arrest; plead in another case. • Sterrin Northrop of San Antonio; Failure to appear; Plead in another case. • Edward Woemdel of New Braunfels; Assault (bodily injury); plead in another case. •Edward Woerndel of New Braunfels; Theft ($20-$500); plead in another case. NOW OPENI River City Storage Low Rates • 7 Day Access • All Sizes Well lighted and Fenced Call today to reserve your Space!!! 219 Trade Center 708-0852 Gospel Singing Everyone Welcome Singers Invited Saturday, July 29, 7 p.m. at the First Assembly of God Church 1687 Hwy. 81 W. New Braunfels TIS IHE SEASON "365 Days of Christmas" Year Round Christmas Village I Day Sale Christmas in July Sat. July 29,1995 20% OFF most items in store Come Experience This World of Timeless Traditions in Historic "Downtown NEW BRAUNFELS” OPEN Mon thru Sat 9:30 am - 6:00 pm Till 8:00 pm Thursday & Friday 265 West San Antonio Street • (210) 629 • 9711The Craft Guild The Craft Guild, sponsored by the New Braunfels Historic Museums Association, gave Clyde Blackman a check for $3,200. This check represents the profit made on the sale of the guild’s Cookie Cookbooks for the Sesquicentennial. Decorations for the recent Fondest were purchased with the proceeds. won first place in the civic category for our float representing the different branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, with persons in uniforms, crosses and monuments depicting their sacrifice. Congratulations to all who worked on this float. The next regular meeting will be July 19 at IO a.m. at C.L.A.C. Visitors are welcome. _ (The Herald-Zeitung welcomes news about your club. Submit items to: Herald-Zeitung Club Notes 707 Undo St. New Braunfels, TX 78130 Or fax to 625-1224. Please keep submissions brief and allow three weeks for publication.)THE BLAZING TRAILS WITH GOD’S LOVE Vacation Bibl? School will be held pf the New Braunfels Church ot-th¥Naz§^e,^ly31)^Auflai^4tjh from Iftfl; UJJ-Td# are invueuiu join im lire lum , y/ A rf    Call    625-0803ror MarthaWilsoh at V'.Vi I tor more jn/ormption or transportaliorvr>s \ o >'"rattles &&£ 'V- _____Pm out the @H prices in town! Milwaukee’s Best 12 pack $6" Budweiser Bud Light Miller Lite bottles or cans 16 oz. 6 pack $279 Busch GPC Cigarettes $114    $1140 I /pack I I /carton Cigarettes $1 6"/carton All Major Brands FOOD MART 1289 W. SAN ANTONIO Open Daily 7 a.m. - Midnight TAX DEADLINE! •Monday July 31 1995, is the deadline for payment of City of New Braunfels and New Braunfels Independent School District taxes •All property owners in the City of New Braunfels and the New Braunfels I S D owe taxes Payments made atter July 31. 1995, are subject to penalty and interest charges •According to Texas Property Tax Code taxes must be paid regardless ot whether or not you have received a tax statement lf you have not received a tax statement, please call 625-6714 •lf you plan to pay your taxes by check the account number of the property must be noted on the check •The description of the property being taxed appears on your tax statement Check this description against your deed records tor accuracy The address shown is tor mailing purposes only •Payments of City taxes and or New Braunfels I S D taxes may be made at the NBISD Tax .Office at 40/' W Mill Street or mailed to PO Bo 310507 Zip cod*1 78131-050/ Tile Tax Office is open from 8 OO to a OO each week day ;

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