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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 12, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, Jan. 12,1994 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ 3 Leadership New Braunfels: Training leaders for our community Continuing our series on participants of the Chamber's Leadership New Braunfels class of *94, we introduce two more class members. The class includes 21 men and women who have come together to improve their leadership skills and learn more about their community. The program continues through May and will include the opportunity to learn more about the local government entities, industry, problems that face our community, and others. Mark Kneuper, M.D. received his degree from the Univ. of Texas Medical School at Galveston. He is a general surgeon and has his practice in New Braunfels. Mark is married and he and his wife Jean have one child. His hobbies include hunting, golf, tennis and travel and he is affiliated with the Wurstfest Assoc., Comal County Chapter of American Cancer Society and the Knights of Columbus. Mark received his J.D. horn the South Texas College of Law. He is married to Lynne. David enjoys golf, hunting and basketball and is a member of the Breakfast Lions and Comal County Bar Assoc. When David was asked how he thinks he will benefit from the Leadership New Braunfels program, he said that he expects to gain a better understanding of community-based organizations and governmental agencies and that he will further develop his people skills. Mark Kneuper feels that the Leadership New Braunfels program will give him the opportunity to meet many people in the com- Davld Nigh munity and to become more involved in it. David Nigh is an attorney and Herald-Zeitung photo by KARLA WENZEL Piano contest winners Madeleine Jackson and Brooke Smith both placed first In their respective categories at the Contemprary Competition Nov. 20 at Mary Hardin Baylor University In Belton. Police Report Sheriff’s Report ■ Comal County sheriffs deputies are investigating a burglary of a building that was reported to have occurred in the Canyon Lake Hills subdivision on Jan. IO. According to officials, the suspects broke into the jukebox at the building. No estimate has been made on the value of the items stolen. The case is being investigated by Deputy Fidel Tamez. ■ A burglary of a building was reported to have occurred Dec. 29 on Mclver Rood near Potters Creek Road. According to officials, the value of items stolen is $3,300. The case is being investigated by Deputy Fidel Tamez. ■ An aggravated assault on a peace officer was reported to have occurred Jan. 8 on PM 2673 in Startzville. According to officials, Deputy Tommy Hubertos was dispatched in reference to an assault and attempted unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Officials said he apparently walked toward the suspect and Ll Sumner Bowen of the Alamo Area Narcotics Task Force also pulled up. Officials said the suspect allegedly began fighting and Hubertos sustained some scratches in the incident. Arrested in the incident was Daniel Thomdyke, 33, of San Marcos. ■ A burglary of a building was reported to have occurred at a boat storage at Hancock. Officials said the incident occurred between Nov. I and Jan. 6. Estimated value of the items stolen is $4,000. The case is being investigated by Deputy Mark Reynolds. ■ Another burglary of a building was reported to have occurred Jan. 4 in the 2000 block of Bretzke Lane in New Braunfels. According to officials, the suspects broke into a storage shed and stole more than $600 in items. ■ Deputies are investigating a burglary of a habitation that occurred on Jan. 8 in the 600 block of Rock Castle street in Canyon Lake. Officials said some hand painted painting valued at more than $500 were reported stolen. The case is being investigated by Deputy Tommy Hubertos. ■ New Braunfels police are investigating a burglary of a habitation that occurred between 4 a.m. and 9 a.m. in the IOO block of East Faust Street. According to reports, a GE telephone answering machine was reported stolen. Damage in the incident was a king size water bed, lamp shade, front door glass pane and window pane. ■ Police are investigating an assault that occurred 8: 45 p.m. in the 500 block of East South Street. Reports show the victim was a 23-year-dd female from New Braunfels. Reports show the suspect used personal weapons in the assault. ■ Police are investigating an assault with a motor vheicle that was reported to have occurred at 8:45 in the 500 SUBSCRIBE TODAY CALL 625-9144 ( $ ) BUY HOMETOWN -ITS A MONEY BACK GUARANTEE. nm mtuag* brought lo you br bt# Gromr Moo bwnbt, Clumbof oI Commote# md Im Now BtounMo HotiM-ZtUung ($) Author Signing Party ^ Saturday, January 15 1-3pm "Janice Wood* Windle has performed a family miracle. Her book. Tine Women, is actually two books: a depiction of her dittinguiihed Texas family, end an engrossing novel built upon her real ancestors. She recalls vivid scenes from her family's past, but also weaves them into a well-constructed novel I know of no other book like it. Exciting storytelling."    * Junes A. Michener "I grew up listening to great stories. Janice Windie's novel, True Women, is an engaging story of three generations of Texas women whose lives capture your imagination and your heart. 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Jjrj or more 179 Mkt Made 1 Fresh 4 Sausage 5# Bag Potatoes Coke, Sprite, Tab, Dr. Pepper, Sunklst, A&W Kl Large Head Lettuce 2 heads for Boneless Shoulder Clods 6 -12 oz. cans X 6 pack I 59 69 I 39 lb. DEER PROCESSING And Sausage Supplies BEST BEEF PRICES '    *    Frozen,    Cut    and    Wrap 1/2 Beef    1.55 Hindquarter    1.73 Forequarter    1.45 block of East South. In this case, the victim is reported ot be a 24-year-old male from New Braunfels. ■ Police recovered a 1983 Chevrolet pickup that was reported stolen. The pickup was recovered in the I OOO Nock of West Mill Street. It was found at 2:20 p.m. Jan. 9. ALFRED SEIDEL Builder of custom homes and remodeling *for over 35 years" (210) 629-0044 Sat, Jan. 15,1994 IO a.m. to 6 p.m. Sun., Jan. 16,1994 IO a.m. to 5 p.m. the GREAT AMERICAN Antiquefest Civic Center (Seguin St) New Braunfels, Texas cabin fever? at last, a Hill Country Antiques Show to attend in January (formerly held in busy May) furniture * quilts ★ baskets ★ stoneware ★ southwestern ★ china & glass ★ textiles if folk art ★ books ★ AMERICANA EVERYWHERE ADMISSION $3.50 INCLUDES TAX Fabulous home-cooked food at show sponsored by Heritage Society of New Braunfels, Inc. 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