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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 9, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 2Ap Herald-Zeitung □ Friday, May 9,1997 Suspect In attempted plane break-in sought From staff reports New Braunfels Police are investigating a report of damage to an aircraft Tuesday at the New Braunfels Municipal Airport Detective Basel Boatright said a witness saw a man attempt to break into a plane leased by Southern Wings, a flight-training school, at about 8 p.m. Tuesday. The witness, an employee of another company at the airport, reported that the man flew into the airport, left his plane and then used force to attempt to enter the damaged Change plane, Boatright said. He left in his own plane without entering the damaged plane, he said, adding that damage to an aircraft is a federal offense. The witness was able to obtain the tail number of the plane, which has led police to identify a suspect and learn that the plane was rented from a company at the San Antonio International Airport, police said. FBI officials from San Antonio were called into the investigation and police expect to make an airest soon, Boatright saki. From Page 1 hang up and dial again with the correct area code. Officials stressed that local calls made with the current area code will keep the local service rate with the new area codes. The only change will be that some calls will require callers to dial IO digits (the new arca code plus the seven-digit number ) when placing local calls between sea codes. Cellular phone users, officials said, must contact their provider to know how the change would affect them. Cellular customers will have a one-year transitional dialing period to allow users sufficient time to make any changes to their service if they are affected by die area code split. WHAT TO UPDATE Comal County will have a new 830 area code by mid-summer. Here is a suggested list of things to do now to avoid problems later. For your residential number: ■ Update the area code on the front of checks ■ Make sure credit card companies know your new area code ■ Inform friends and family who live in places outside the local calling area ■ Update your speed-dial functions at home For your office: ■ Update automated phone systems, including PBX systems ■ Inform all customers of the change no matter how many times they do business with you ■ Update modems and automatic fax systems ■ Update all business publications, including business cards, letterhead and advertising, such as brochures and materials. cise From Page 1 After the three trustees were sworn in, the board reorganized its officers. Knieger was elected to another year as president, with trustee John Clay elected vice president, trustee Scott Watson as secretary and trustee Robert Loop as treasurer. AII the votes were six in favor, with the nominated individuals abstaining. During Thursday’s meeting, the board also recognized the two SAEN6ERHALLE _ Friday Jukebox, Shuffleboard & POOL Saturday Private Party EVERY SUNDAY “BRET GRAHAM'* Colin try-No Cover COOK-OUT 625-HALL 290 Saergerhalle Rd., N.B. departing trustees. Former trustee Deraid LaRue left after serving on die board for three years. Ikels served for 12 years. “You’ve given us guidance that we’re going to sorely miss,” Krueger told lkels. “We know the decisions you have made have come from your heart and the wisdom from your mind" lkels and LaRue were each presented with plaques for their service on the board. Obituaries Audrey W. Muse Mrs. Audrey W. Muse was bom January 25, 1932 in Ware, Massachusetts and died in Houston on May 7, 1997. Mrs. Muse moved to Houston in 1968 where she began her career in die medical profession as a receptionist and later office manager She was also a member of the Houston Lieder Kranz Cub. Mrs. Muse is survived by her daughter. Dawn Sheree of New Braunfels, mother Mildred Allen of Houston, granddaughters Taasha Sheree Schmidt of Katy, Shambree Dawn Schmidt and Keesha Nichole Schmidt of New Braunfels, sons-in-law Stephen Pall Skeen and Douglas Daroh. Preceding her in death were daughters. Candace Roba Daroh and baby girl Duquette. Services of remembrance will be held 3 p.m. Saturday May IO in the National Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor Heckman officiating, lf desired, donations may be made to Houston Hospice, New Braunfels Hospice or C.A.P.S. National Funeral Home, Houston Stephanie Marie Cardenas Stephanie Marie Cardenas, infant daughter of Matthew A. Cardenas and Michelle Mills Cardenas, died Wednesday May 7, 1997 in San Antonio. She is survived by her parents: Matthew and Michelle Cardenas of New Braunfels; maternal grandparents: George Mills and Bee Dennis of San Antonio; paternal grandparents: Gilbert and Darlene Cardenas of New Braunfels; Ar*. (/ Ttut' Oldaet Dance ItaS Friday, May 9 BR5-49 numerous aunts and uncles. A memorial service will be held 2 p.m. Saturday at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel. Memorials may be made to the Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church building fund. and John Hillman. Visitation will be from 4 to 9 p.m. Friday with the family present from 5 to 8 p.m. at Zoeller Funeral Home. Memorials may be made to the New Braunfels Children's Museum. FUNERAL HOME Donna Schulze Donna Schulze, 37, of New Braunfels, died Thursday May 8, 1997 in San Antonio. She was a beloved member of Oakwood Baptist Church. Mrs. Schulze is survived by her husband Doug Schulze and her son Spencer Lucas Schulze, both of New Braunfels; mother Billie Lucas of White Oak, Texas; sister Debbie Lucas of Austin; brother Rick Lucas of Dallas; mother-in-law and father-in-law Elton and Hemline Schulze of Warda, Texas; brother-in-law Ken Schulze of Austin; sister-in-law and brother-in-law D.J. and Don Holick of Houston; niece Michelle Holick of Houston and numerous close friends and relatives. She was preceded in death by her father Richard Lucas. Funeral services will be 2 p.m. Saturday, May IO at Oakwood Baptist Church in New Braunfels with burial to follow in Comal Cemetery. Pallbearers will be: Greg Johnson, James Schmeltekopf, Joe Zserdin, Bill Harwood, Gene Henson I DAILY SPECIAL Chicken Fried Steak 11/(/(/cst X.-'rustiest iii I Oii'ii1 !■ tuesday IV JAM NIGHT * THURSDAY IU x z UMiftWBrrrac I EKJ MGH? Al Barlow FRIDAY Fat O’Brien Iv tt-J Saturday blight May IO • Atlnft vt (til* j» . 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