New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 25, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas
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New Braunfels Mayor George Erben recently accepted a Patriotic Citizen Award from the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7110 for the
displaying of American flags around the city VFW Auxiliary president Evelyn Kirst made the presentation to Erben (Staff photo)
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Burglary of a church overnight Sunday in the :Uh> block of Howard Street resulted in the loss of a small amount of change and a tool box Police reported finding signs of forced entry there
Burglars of a motor vehicle overnight Saturday in the >00 block of Past North street resulted in the reported theft of a stereo equalizer valued at $>00
Criminal mischief at a residence Sunday morning in the .too block of Past Commerce street resulted in an undetermined amount of damage Burglary of a motor vehicle Sun day morning in the .iou block of Fast North Street resulted in the loss of J 15 cash among other items The driver s vs indow had been broken out
Criminal mischief to an auto w as reporti*d early Sunday morning on Interstate 15 frontage road at Linde Street
\ convenience store in the <*** block of Panda Street reported Sun day evening the theft of two 12 packs of t**er Similar reports were made by stores over the weekend in the loo block of banda Street and in the 1400 block of Huisache str«H*t
Police met with a 25-year old woman sunday at McKenna Memorial Hospital in reference to an assault with injury to a child The child was treated there for a cut to an arm
Police Sunday evening arrested Joe Hernandez Jr <2 of Atascosa and Pedro Puentes 22 of San An
Rose Mary DePuy
Services are pending at Parmele Funeral Home in Poughkeepsie. N V for Rose Mary DePuy of 926 Rambling Drive at Canyon Lake Burial will be at LaGrange Rural Cemetery in LaGrange N Y DePuy. 70. died Aug 23. 1987 at her home DePuy was born Aug 5. 1917. in New York to Michael and Ellen nee Kniffen* Meehan The widow of Philip DePuy who died in 1983, she was a retired housekeeper and was a member of the St Thomas Chapel Survivors include two sons William Thomas Hegeman and Thomas Hugh Hegeman. both of Ca nyon Lake three brothers. John Meehan of North Carolina and Frank Meehan and Joe Meehan, both of California and seven grand children
Outlie Mary Dischinger. 59, died Aug 21, 1987 at Eden Home for the Aged Serv ices were at IU a rn Monday at San Geronimo Cemetery w ith the Rev Elmer Gumper officiating Dischinger was born March 2, 1928 to Joe and Lena (nee Brinkkoeter George She married Emil F Dischinger in New Braunfels on Dec-23, 1973 A New Braunfels resident for 50 years, Dischinger was a waitress and a member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ She also was a member of the American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Survivors include her husband. Emil F Dischinger of New Braunfels, four step-daughters and three step-sons
Brenham to John and Frances nee Hadmak Kolacek He married Mary Kugerll in 1935 Kolacek was a retired auto mechanic at Hume Motors in Three Rivers and he attended the First Baptist Church in George West Surv ivors include three daughters Marlene Huegler of Three Rivers. Betty Robinson of Wetherford and Frances Self of San Dia three sons Lurtice Kolacek of George West and Johnny Kolacek and Jimmy Kolacek both of New Braunfels one brother Alec Kolacek of Whitsett. 15 grand children and lb great-grandchildren Services are under the direction of Galloway & Sons Funeral Home in George West
Graveside services for Lucy McElvy of New Braunfels will be at 2 p rn Thursday at Roselawn Cemetery w ith the Rev Albert Houk of New Braunfels officiating McElvy, 99. died Aug 24. 1987, at Oak Crest Inn Convalescent Inn McElvy was born Jan ll, 1888 to John Louis and Mary Jereline 'nee Millis Schneider in W'ater Vally, Miss She married Ben Hurt McElvy in Memphis. Tenn He preceded her in death A housew ife and member of the University Christian Church in San Antonio, McElvy was a New Braunfels since 1982 Survivors include one daughter Annie K Currie of Palestine James Edward McElvy of New Braunfels; two grandchildren, nine greatgrandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society Services are under the direction of Doep penschmidt Funeral Home
Don J. Kolacek
Services for Don J Kolacek of George West will be at IO a m Wednesday at the First Baptist Church in George West with the Rev Bruce Irving officiating Burial will be in the George West Cemetery Kolacek. 81. died Aug 24, 1987, in Colonial Manor Nursing Home
Kolacek was born Jan ll, 1906. in
Services are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Maria Montanez of 2637 W Katy St She died Aug 24, 1987. at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 46
Services for Mary Kenz of 485
Willow will be at IO a rn Thursday at Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church with the Rev Patrick Flanagan of Converse officiating Burial will be in Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery A w ake will be at 7 p rn Wednesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with a Christian Mothers Society rosary following Renz. 78. died Aug 23. 1987 at McKenna Memorial Hospital She was born Feb 24 1909 in New
Braunfels to Harry and Helena nee Mueller1 Moeller She married Her man Renz on June I, 1933, in New Braunfels He preceded her in death on June I, 1978 A lifetime New Braunfels resident, Renz was a housewife and a member of the Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church and the Christian Mothers Society Surv ivors include two sons Ronald Kenz of Mississippi and Robert Renz of New York. two sisters Madgaiena Payne and Emelie Brown both New Braunfels, two brothers, Richard J Moeller of New Braunfels and Martin Moeller of Seguin, and five grand children
Visitation will be from 6pm today until 8:30 a rn Thursday at Doep penschmidt Funeral Home Memorials may be given to the chan ty of one s choice or to the Mass
Sadie M. Stiba
Services for Sadie M Stiba of 730 Howard St will be at 10:30 a m Wednesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with Rob Anderson of Austin and the Rev Harold Zirkel of New Braunfels officiating Burial will be at 2 30 p rn Wednesday at the Taylor C emetery in Taylor Stiba. 88 died Aug 22, 1987, at McKenna Memorial Hospital She was born Nov 24, 1898 in Williamson County to Thomas H and Veronica (nee Pelsekas) Mikus, who settled in the WTlliamson County area as young adults from Europe Thomas Mikus was a well known landowner and statesman from Williamson County Stiba married Frank Stiba in Taylor on Dec 4. 1917 He preceded her in death on Nov 5, 1973 In Taylor, Stiba was a member of the Eastern Star, the SPJST and Texas Farm Bureau
In New Braunfels Stiba was >t member of the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church the New Braunfels Garden Club and AAKP She was a hostess for Wurst fest at the Civic Center and in recent years she made her home at Eden Home for the Aged
Survivors include two daughters Irene Zipp of New Braunfels and Ed na Gene Davidson of Ball Harbour Fla one son Ben F stiba of Houston three grandchildren and four grandchildren she also is sur vived by numerous step brothers and step sisters
Visitation will tie until service time Wednesday Memorial may t>e given to the American Heart Association or Eden Home for the Aged
Bessie V. Wandrocke
Bessie \ W androcke. 92 died Aug 21, 1987 at McKenna Memorial
Hospital Entombment will t>e in In glewood Park Cemetery in In glewood Calif
W androc ke was born Nov 20 1894 in Michigan City Ind Survivors in elude one daughter Stella Bates of New Braunfels one son Francis Wandrocke of Norwalk Cal one sister. Clara M Lattimore of FYe mont, Mich three grandchildren and five great grandchildren
tonic shortly after they allegedly broke into a car in the 200 block of North Liberty Street They were accused of taking a purse- containing $60
Burglary early Sunday morning of a banda Park concession stand was reported Taken was candy v allied at $15
Police investigated a bomb threat phoned into a motel in the too block of Texas 4o south Sunday even mg
Burglary of a motor vehicle was reported overnight Saturday in tin* 2uo block of south Seguin Street
Arrested Sunday afternoon on charges of assault with family violence was Buster b rank Bowers 31 of 2 Anhalt Road after police were summoned to the resident »* Saturday afternoon saw the ar rest of dentin Edmond Dinardo 4* of Houston on assault with family violence charges following a distur hance at an amusement park in the n*o block of West Austin Mreet
A family disturbance was reported Saturday morning in the 14<*> block of Stonewall Street There were no arrests
Theft of a bicycle from a come nience store at /ipp Lane and EM 72 was reported Saturday afternoon The bike was v alued at $425
I riminul mischief to an auto w a* reported saturday at an apartment complex in the 15**> block of I S 81 West
Theft sometime last w»*ek of a large for sale sign was rejxirted to police .saturday The theft occurred rn the 4oo block of Fast San Antonio Street
Burglary cl a residence late last week on Mission Drive wa- reported over the weekend Police recovered $♦>3? worth of jewlery and coins behind the residence Some $2.32"> worth of jewelry is still missing
\ police scanner was taken in a burglary Saturday evening of a residence in the l5oo block of U*< Street
Burglary of a motor vehicle Saturday evening on luncher Drive resulted in the theft of «. ash and jewelry v alued at $1 4 to
Criminal mischief to a church
was reported overnight Friday in the 1900 block of U S 81 West Damage there w as estimated at $luo
Police Friday evening arrested Pete Rodriguez 2i* of 1911 F l awn St and Tony Salazar 25 of 206 Plum St on charges of possession of man juana under two ounces following a routine traffic stop in the <*** bits k of Lamia Street
Rosa sam eda 25. of (> I s HI West No 4 was arrested amt charg »*d with Class C theft in connection with an alleged shoplifting incident which occurred Friday at a store in the 600 block of I s 81 West
\n air-conditioning unit w.»s removed form a house sometime late last week in the **> blin k of s,Kith Hackberry street The unit was v alued at $1 Hi**
Theft of a Colt 45 revolver from behind a shirting goods counter was reported to police over the weekend The firearm w .»» \ alued at $ >24
A ll* foot diameter helium balloon two helium gas lunks and a six foot American flag were stolen from a business Friday in the ?*** block of I 15 West The loss was
reported at $4 7 '
Two separate reports of burglaries of motor vehicles oc curred b riduv on Hinman Island Drive
A 14 year old male juvenile
along with Michael James Padilla
Is of M Cross M were rhargt*d
with criminal trespass arni posses Mon of marijuana under two ounces Fhey were arrested b ridav afternoon in the 1***> block of West Bridge street
A head on collision Sunday after m»on on Gruene Road left two per sons injured Taken by ambulance to McKenna Memorial Hospital were Frankly n W rigid 68 of ( anyon I Elkland John Jackson 4: of Dallas Wright was the driver and lone occupant in a 1979 Ford Lid that was nor thbound in the I * hit* k of Gruene Road According to reports Im* failed to negotiate a sharp curve am! swerv ed into the southbound lane where he collided with a 198.* Chevy Suburban driven by susan Jackson she and three children were not injured There were no charges issued by police in the accident
Comal County Commissioner* will meet in regulai session Thursday morning at lo a rn in commis stoner s courtroom on the third floor of the courthouse annex A pre agenda workshop begins at 9 a rn New Braunfels Zoning Board of Ad iustment will meet Thursday at I 30 p rn in the City Hall meeting room The board will hold election of of
fleers then consider a mobile home placement request for the you blin k of North W alout to tie used for sec un tv reasons and a request to add onto an exciting building in the 2**> block of South Kowald without paving the parking lot for a period of thr»*e to five years Both requests are in v Iola Hon of their applicable city or din a aces
A report in the Aug 23 edition of The Herald Zeitunx that Cypress Lake Gardens and Rebecca Creek subdivisions have poor water quality were inaccurate and the HeraldZed un# regrets the error
The information was contained in an article concerning litigation filed by a property owners association there against a land sales firm concerning access to association ^>wned parkland
The subdivisions have a good water supply system maintained by Comal County Fresh Water District No I according to area residents
Canyon Lake woman probated IO years in shooting death
A Canyon Lake woman charged in the shooting death of her boyfriend nearly two years ago pleaded guilty Monday to voluntary manslaughter charges and was handed a probated sentence
Janmone Childre Rust, 47. received a 10-year probated sentence and was ordered to pay $5,000 in restitution fees in sentencing handed down by Judge Robert I’feuffer in the 274th State District Court
Rust was scheduled to stand trial Monday in the Sept 20, 1985 shooting death of her fiance, George Gary Gaylord Gaylord. 45, was shot once rn the abdomen by a 38-caliber revolver at a Canyon Lake residence
Rust was also ordered by IMeuffer lo repay Gaylord's burial fees A plea bargain atween District At torney William Schroeder and defense attorneys Ronald Zipp and John Whitmire was reached prior to selection of a jury in the second degree felony case Once the plea bargain agreement had been reached, IMeuffer allowed family members of the victim to make statements before he rendered his decision Rust was emotionally overcome and-nearly fainted at one point during the court proceedings, causing IMeuffer to request a momentary recess as Rust was attended to