New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 16, 1996, Page 2

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February 16, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 16, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas ’♦V*2 □ Herald-Zeitung □ Friday, February 16,1996 Obituaries John J. Bayano S/Sgt. John J. Bayane, U.S. Army, Retired, age 77, of Canyon Lake, TX passed away Monday, Feb. 12, 1996 in New Orleans, LA. He is survived by his wife, Bessie Bayane of Canyon Lake, TX, daughter and son-in-law, Lynn and John Criscuolo, New Orleans, LA, son, Raymond Bayane, New Orleans. S/Sgt. Bayane was a member of Starts Memorial V.F.W. Post #8800 in Startsville. Funeral services will be held Friday, February 16, 1996 at 10:30 arn. at the Colonial Funeral Home Chapel with Mr. Bill Collett officiating. Interment will follow in Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery with military honors. In lieu. of flowers, please make memorials to the Starts Memorial VFW Post #8800 in Startzville. Arrangements by Colonial Funeral Home in Universal City. Louis Niemeyer Louis Niemeyer of New Braunfels, TX died Wednesday, Feb. 14, 1996 at the age of 89. Mr. Niemeyer was bom in Knippa, TX to Fritz and Annie (Lin-bruegger) Niemeyer. In 1928 he met and married Linda Becker Niemeyer, who preceded him in death. He is survived by sister, Elsie Niemeyer Meyer of San Antonio; brother, Herbert O. Niemeyer and wife Paula of Knippa, TX; brother and sister-in-law, Bennie and Ema Falkenberg of Knippa, TX, and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be Saturday, February 17, at St. Paul Lutheran •Cpiurch at IO arn. Interment will follow in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Visitation began Thursday at 6 p.m. at Zoeller Funeral Home and will continue until 8:30 arn. Saturday. Memorials may be made to St. Paul Lutheran Church, New Braunfels, or to Eden Home, New Braunfels. 2feffi X. \SRJN ]cr- 'FUNERAL Hi0M£ William E. Peterson William E. Peterson of New Braunfels died Tuesday, February 13,1996 at his residence at the age of 68. Graveside service will be Tuesday, February 20, at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery with military honors at 1:30 p.m. There will be no visitation. '7oellef /    ’mfML HUME Ruth E. Djupman Ruth E. Djupman of New Braunfels died February 15, 1996 at the age of 83. She was bom to Wilbur Tomlinson and Pearl Van Doren on July 6, 1912 in Richland Center, Wisconsin. On June 14, 1947 she married Robert E. Djupman in Edgerton, Wisconsin. Her husband preceded her in death in 1986. Djupman was a retired school teacher and a member of the United Methodist Church in Delavan, Wisconsin. She had lived in New Braunfels since October, 1994. Survivors include daughter Ann D. Maggard and husband Gene of New Braunfels, TX, son Lee R. Djupman and wife Arlene of Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania, and two grandchildren. There will be no visitation at the Funeral Home in New Braunfels. There will also be no services in New Braunfels. A memorial service will be conducted at Delavan, Wisconsin. Memorials may be given to the charity of one’s choice. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Hilda "Oma'’ Zimmermann Hilda “Oma” Zimmermann, of New Braunfels died Thursday, Feb. 15,1996 at the Kirkwood Manor in New Braunfels at the age of 87. She was bom on Nov. 25, 1908 in Comal County to Henrich Voigt and Anna Schaefer. She married August C. Zimmermann on April 21,1928. Zimmermann was the owner and operator of a dairy farm and a member of the Eagles, Solms Bowling Club, and First Protestant United Church of Christ. Zimmerman was preceded in death by her husband August C. Zimmermann on September 7,1993. Survivors include; daughter Vivian Ott, of New Braunfels, son Lawrence Buddy Zimmermann and wife Lorraine, of New Braunfels, and grandchildren Linda Printy, David G. Ott, Betty J. Wollen-zin, Crystal Zimmermann Kindred, and Joseph Kohn, and seven greatgrandchildren. Funeral services will be held on Saturday, Feb. 17, 1996 at 2 p.m. at the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev. Daryl Higgins officiating. Burial will take place at the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Visitation will begin at 8 arn on Friday and continue until service time on Saturday. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Sousa and spaghetti on menu at benefit concert By SANDRA JACKSON Special to the Herald-Zeitung Spaghetti and Sousa will be on the program when members of the Comal Community Band perform at a fundraiser supper and concert on Feb. 29 at OakRun School. A spaghetti dinner will be served from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and the band will perform from 7 to 8 p.m. Cost is $5 per person, with proceeds going to offset expenses for the band’s top to Germany this summer. The New Braunfels High School Jazz Band will entertain from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. . Tickets are available at P& H Music -ip the H.E.B. Shopping Center, at the -Music Source in Landa Plaza, or from any Community Band member. The Comal Community Band of New Braunfels has been designated ; -by the New Braunfels City Council ; ngs the official musical ambassador of • this area for the 750th anniversary of the founding of Braunfels, Germany in 1996. I* The 70-member troupe will travel to Europe in July, 1996, giving concerts in Braunfels, as well as other German communities. .Crossing the lines of age, gender and occupation to create a diverse Z jgroup of people, local musicians have Spooled their talents to make up the Community Band. > ’ While the band does include eight Arrest Reports current or past band directors, the majority of band members are purely amateurs. The group was originally organized by Larry Correll, form Canyon High School band director, in conjunction with the Comal Independent School District's Community Education program. The Comal Community Band must raise $200,000 to finance their trip to Braunfels, Germany for that city’s 750th anniversary. Dr. Aden Tieken took over the baton in 1983 and served as the director of the Community Band for IO years. He stepped down from the position when he left Texas in 1992. “The members of the band are extremely honored and are looking forward with pnde to providing a great performance not only at the celebration in our sister city. Braunfels, but also in other German communities,” said Bill Holden, ways and means chairman. “Accepting this invitation is a large undertaking, however.” The group performs with no com pensation 25 to 30 times a year at various family functions such as the Kin-dermasken parade, Plaza Nights downtown, Folkfest at Conservation Plaza, the July 4 celebration on the Plaza, the Christmas tree lighting ceremonies both downtown and in Gruene, for Elderhostel, concerts in Landa Park, and the McKenna Hospital volunteer picnic. We also perform at civic celebrations, Chamber of Commerce events, and business and commercial activities, such as Target and H.E.B. grand openings. Expenditures for music, equipment, and uniforms are funded solely from contributions of band members. These 62 members perform willingly because of their love of music, their civic pride, and their commitment to enhancing the rich, artistic culture of our community. Although the Comal Community Band is totally dedicated to fulfilling its ambassadorship, it will be unable to do so without some Financial assistance from the area’s business community. To make this trip a reality, the band must raise $200,000. Any donations will help band members defray costs of performing in Braunfels at their 750th anniversary. Please send your check payable to the Comal Community Band to Bill Holden, Ways & Means Chairman, 37 Ridge Drive, New Braunfels, Texas 78130. New Braunfels Police officers made the following arrests from Feb. 2 through IO, 1996: Hal Palmer, 34, of 9766 FM 2673 in Canyon Lake, was charged with assault Feb. 2. Rene Palmer, 39, of 9766 FM 2673 in Canyon Lake, was charged with assault Feb. 2. paige Dupaul, 28, of 375 S. Highway 46 in New Braunfels, was arrested on unspecified charges Feb. 3. Adam Hernandez, 19, of 1550 W. Bridge in New Braunfels, was charged with possession of marijuana Feb. 3. Benson Griffin, 18, of 261 Rhind in New Braunfels, was charged with possession of narcotics and possesssion of marijuana Feb. 3; Javier Gonzalez, 33, of 1820 Wald ; Road in New Braunfels, was charged with public intoxication Feb. 3. Hayley Wingfield, 25, of 234 Comal in New Braunfels, was charged with ; public intoxication and arrested for I other authorities Feb. 2. Meredith Byrd, 24, of 237 E. Faust ;    in New Braunfels, was charged    with I    public intoxication Feb. 3. Alan Knickerbocke, 39, of 170 Kel-l ly Lane in New Braunfels, was charged J with public intoxication Feb. 4. Johnny Santos, 24, of 2205 W. Bndge in New Braunfels, was charged with public intoxication Feb. 4. Lynda Jackson, 38, of 651 Highlow J    in New Braunfels, was charged    with J    public intoxication Feb. 4. Jose Rodriguez, 43, of 226A Red-! bud in New Braunfels, was charged J with driving under the influence Feb. 4. Emestina Garz, 45, of 151 Water Lane in New Braunfels, was charged with traffic violations and arrested on DPS warrants Feb. 4. Ray Gutierrez, 38, of 2969 Ellen in Austin, was charged with dnving under the intluence Feb. 4. Jose Tenajero, 28, of 167 Rosedale in New Braunfels, was charged with traffic violations Feb. 4. Rolando Morales, 18, of 1408 Sixth Street in Seguin, was charged with traffic violations Feb. 5. Juan Morales, 20, of 1408 Sixth Street in Seguin, was charged with public intoxication Feb. 5. Rosalinda Aviles, 26, of 1625 W. Bndge in New Braunfels, was arrested on unspecified charges Feb. 5. Sidney Otis, 35, of 26 Moss Rock in New Braunfels, was charged with fraud Feb. 5. Michael Andrews, 28, of 141 Ruek-le Road in New Braunfels, was charged with traffic violations Feb. 5. Juanita Garza, 31, of 1725 Fir in San Marcos, was charged with traffic violations Feb. 5. Reyes Medellin, 30, of 141 Ruekle Road in New Braunfels, was charged with traffic violations Feb. 5. Jose Sotelo, 26, of 116 Mesquite in Seguin, was charged with traffic violations Feb. 6. Helen Lauer, 29, of 1038 Seidel in New Braunfels, was charged with traffic violations Feb. 6. Mary Perez, 20, of 247 E. South in New Braunfels, was charged with aggravated assault Feb. 6. Mary Molina, 32, of 136 W. Torrey Record number of flu shots administered By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer Despite an increased number of immunizations, a large number of people were still sick from the flu this year, according to a report by Comal County Public Health R.N. Shel McWilliams. McWilliams said typically, the flu season runs from Oct. I through Jan. 31. She said people can get die flu during other times, but that is when immunizations are administered. She also clarified what illnesses fall under the definition of the flu saying it is only the respiratory ones, and vomiting and diarrhea are stomach viruses. McWilliams told County Commissioners Thursday more than 3,000 doses of the flu vaccine were administered this season, which was about 500 more than last year. Save 50% and more on AREA RUGS at Rhoads Interiors 625-3477 943 Walnut New Braunfels ROCK-N-ROLL SATURDAY FEB 17 MR. OUTLAW i W/BLUE THUNDER * HAPPY HOUR DAILY 3pm-8pm FM 306 ® FM 2673 964-3992 McWilliams said the increase was largely due to the success of various clinics, as well as a program to bring the immunizations to various places of business. “You would think that with all these immunizations, there would have been fewer cases of the flu. But, we still had a large number,” she said. There were 2,159 cases actually reported, and many more that probably were not reported, said McWilliams. She said 2,000 cases were reported in December alone, and many of these were school-age children. In other business, commissioners court delayed awarding the bids for the courthouse complex security system. The bids were received prior to Thursday’s meeting. However, the purchasing agent needed additional time to complete a chart comparing the various vendors and their proposals. The item will be placed on next week’s agenda. GIFT BOOKS AVAII ABI E WALNUT 6 629-6400 IU 35 and Walnut Ave, SouiJiernivoocf hardens Native Designs and Consultation • Perennials • Herbs • Native Plants • Aquatic Plants • Antique Roses • Soils & Bark Mulch Bob Fitzsimmons, Proprietor 608-9160 Daily hours: M-F 8-5 Sat 8-5 Sun 12-5 Southernwood -Garden! 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EW. in New Braunfels, was charged with traffic violations Feb. 6. Walter Gooden, 21, of 392 Labor in New Braunfels, was arrested on unspecified charges Feb. 6. Bertha Underwood, 34, of IOO Uhland Road in San Marcos, was charged wtih traffic violations Feb. 7. David Thayer, 36, of 533 Parkview in New Braunfels, was charged with traffic violations Feb. 7. Jeffrey Brandt, 30, of 1425 S. Highway 46 in New Braunfels, was charged with traffic violations Feb. 7. Raul Gaytan, 20, of 1130 Hillcrest in New Braunfels, was charged with traffic violations Feb. 7. Ralph Villarreal, 31, of 482 N. Hackberry in New Braunfels, was arrested on unspecified charges Feb. 7. Rafael Castilleja, 32, was charged with traffic violations Feb. 8. David Shirley, 24, of 221 FM 86 in Luling, was charged with public intoxication Feb. 8. Raul Torres, 38, of 1868 W. Mill in New Braunfels, was charged with burglary Feb. 8. Mario Gallegos, 25, of 1531 Lahn Road in New Braunfels, was charged with burglary Feb. 8. Albert Guerrero, 20, of 250 Camp Joy in New Braunfels, was arrested on unspecified charges Feb. 8. Michael Frederiksen, 20, of Route 2 Box 671-103 in New Braunfels, was charged with traffic violations Feb. 8. Dyanne Crossland, 42, of 406 SW Fifth Street in Mineral Wells, was arrested for other authorities Feb. 8. ★ ★*★★★★★ ST ARTS FRIDAY! ★★★★★★★★ President’s Day Cl KAR A [NICK 70% OFF FALL & WINTER MERCHANDISE MISSES’ & JUNIORS* DRESSES & SPORTSWEAR • SPECIAL SIZES INTIMATE APPAREL. SHOES• CHILDREN'S APPAREL MEN’S WEEKEND CASUALS • DRESS CLOTHING BEALLS USING YOUR BEALLS CHARGE RAYS! Charge $100 or more to your Bealls account each month and you'll be rewarded with a $5 gift certificate from our Frequent Buyer Reward Program. ;

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