New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 16, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
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Salesperson Sandy Garrott, left, joins store manager Collen Powell in stocking the Reebok Factory Store for its opening today in New Braunfels' Mill Store Plaza The 5,000-square-foot store is opening in conjunction with the plaza’s Back to School Sidewalk Sale. (Photo by Annelies
ObituariesFire callsEverett A. Clayton
Everett A. Clayton of New Braunfels and formerly of Iowa died Aug. I, 1991, al Englewood, Colo. He was bom Feb. 18, 1912, in Hornick, Iowa. He was married in Iowa Feb. 7, 1934, to Marie Cabana
Survivors include his wife, Marie L. Clayton of New Braunfels; four sons. Gary Clayton of Colorado. Ron-ny Clayton of Utah, Benny Clayton of San Antonio and Kevin Clayton of New Braunfels; a daughter, Sandra Kramer of Colorado; 17 grandchild
drcn and 8 great-grandchildren. Services were held in Colorado.Herman L. Caballero
Funeral services for Herman L. Caballero of New Braunfels will be at I p.m. Saturday at Sis. Peter and Paul Catholic Church with the Rev. Edward Bilcy officiating. Burial will follow at Sis. Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery.
Mr. Caballero died Aug. T5, 1991, at his residence. He was bom Dec. 23.
1921, in Matamoras, Mexico., to Amado and Fcla Hernandez Caballcr-o. He married Ninfa Suarez in November 1944.
A one-year resident of New Braunfels, he was retired from sales at Bock Motor Co. He was a members of Sis. Peter and Paul, Lions Cub and Comal Independent Men’s Association. He was a veteran of World War II.
Survivors include his wife, Ninfa Caballero of New Braunfels; two sons, Xavier A. Caballero and Roland
R. Caballero and wife Marsha, all of New Braunfels; IO brothers and sisters; and four grandsons, Micliael, Roland, Daniel and Christopher Caballero, all of Galveston.
Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. today at Zocllcr Funeral Home.
Memorials may be directed to Hospice New Braunfels or the Children’s Shelter.
New Braunfels Emergency Medical Service and fire calls from 7 a.m. August 15 to 7 am. August 16:Thursday morning
10:10 a.m. — EMS; Kirkwood Manor to McKenna Memorial Hospital; medical emergency.
11:29 — EMS; Interstate 35 to McKenna; accident.
Teresa Hill; 894 N. Houston, New Braunfels; 7-pound 6-ounce girl; Aug.
11:29 — NBFD; Interstate 35; assist EMS.Thursday evening
7:56 — NBFD; 1015 S. Seguin Ave.; fuel spill.Thursday afternoon
1:15 —EMS; Mission Valley Mills to McKenna; medical emergency.
Steve and Trudy Steigall; Rt. 5 Box 928 SS, Canyon Lake; 8-pound 9-ounce boy; Aug. ii.
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New Braunfels Police Department Blotter from 7 am. Aug. 14 to 7 am. Aug. 15 (unfounded and no-reports not included):
7:09 am. — Report on burglary of non-habitation; 1099 Walnut Ave.; Officer M. Osborne.
8:42 — Report on unauthorized use of motor vehicle; 300 block Briar-bend; Officer R. Parchman.
10:29 — Report on burglary of motor vehicle; 300 block of Highway 46; Officer A. Celli.
11:57 — Accident report; 600 block of Highway 81; Officer A. Celli.
4:11 — Report on serve warrant; Bluebonnet Motors; Officer D. Dunlap.
4:44 — Report on serve warrant; 2000 block of Mill St.; Officer K. Clayton.
5:01 — Report on family disturbance/found property; 200 block of Plum Ave.; Officer R. Parchman.
5:39 — Report on theft/shoplifting; 400 block of Comal Ave.; Officer M. Osborne.
6:01 pm. — Report on theft/ shoplifting; Pit Stop food market; Officer M. Kama.
7:37 — Report on abandoned vehicle; Faust St./dead end; Officer T. Gonzales.
8:59 — Report on found property; 1500 block of Lorelei Lane; Officer M. Kama.
9:19 — Report on family disturbance; 200 block of Seville Drive; Officer M. Kama.
10:48 — Report on runaway; 200 block of School Ave.; Officer S. Lange.
11:27 — Report on burglary of habitation; 700 block of Perryman St.; Officer T. Gonzales.
12:38 am. — Report on traffic stop; 700 block of Landa St.; Officer W. Spence.
ll total calls for service.
Total response time: 5:14, average was :04.
Total on-site time: 19:34, average was :15.
Total expired time: 27:45, average was :22.
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