New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 8, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas
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CANYON LAKE — Lake area residents will have the opportunity Thursday night to discover the multitude of businesses in the Canyon Lake Area. The Canyon Lake Women In Business will sponsor their annual Trade Show from 5 to 9 p.m. at the Canyon Lake Golf and Country Club. This is a free event. Exhibitors give away small gifts, and everyone gets to learn about their community, lf that is not enough, for a SI raffle ticket (6 for $5) the purchaser has a chance to win a combination color television and video cassette recorder. That’s not the only raffle prize. Last year the door prizes were so abundant, some people walked away with several. Every dollar spent on raffle ticket wins, no matter what, as all proceeds from the trade show goes to the Canyon Lake Women In Business Scholarship Fund. As of press time, there were 40 tables signed to show. Bring the station wagon to haul home the goodies including, possibly, a TV/VCR. For information, call 964-3733.
■ New Braunfels Police investigated a report of burglary between 1:30 p.m. and 7 a.m. Monday in the 900 block of West San Antonio Street. Fancie Flowers reported someone broke the rear bathroom window, damage valued at $50, and stole a camera, valued at $190. Police said there were no suspects or witnesses.
■ New Braunfels Police investigated a report of burglary Sunday evening in the 1900 block of Spur Street. Al-Tex Tire and Road Service reported someone stole $10 in quarters and a case of cigarettes, valued at $35. Police said there was damage to a soda machine. They also said there were no suspects or witnesses.
■ New Braunfels Police investigated a report of motor burglary this past weekend in the 2200 block of Business 35. LTD Vehicles reported someone cut the top of a vehicle and stole an AMFM radio valued at $ 150. Police said there were no suspects or witnesses.
9 New Braunfels Police j investigated a report of burglary tins past weekend in the 200 block of Eat Camp Street. A New Braunfels
.Still % more s h o p p*i n g opportunities will be Sunday. The Canyon Lake United Methodist Men will have their Annual Flea Market on the grounds of the Canyon Lake United Methodist Church. Proceeds from the yard sale go to local charity youth and religious projects. Early bird call is 9 a.m., and last call is 4 p.m. The church is at 206 Flinstone in Canyon Lake Mobile Home Estates, phone 899-7104 or 905-4613.
Next stop on the sale trail Sunday is St. Andrew Lutheran Church at 7420 Farm-to-Market. 2673. The sixth annual Country Bazaar includes an auction at IO a.m., crafts, bake shop, country store, book mart,
plants, seqond-time-around heal and Christmas store. Catch your breath. There is more. The Choir Cafe will serve breakfast, barbecue, desserts, tea and coffee. For information, call 899-2273.
Still hungry? The Knights of Columbus Spaghetti Dinner is also on October 11 from 7-9 p.m. at St. Thomas Catholic Church. For $5 adults and $2.50 children, you can fill up on salad, dessert, coffee, iced tea, and of course, yummy spaghetti.
If you want a snack before the spaghetti dinner, head over to Indian Hills Estates Park in Spring Branch where, not only can you sample chili, you can shop the flea market. Chili judging is at I p.m. and winners will be announced at 4 p.m. Indian Hills is 11 miles south of Blanco on U.S. 281. For. entries and information call 885-2072 or 885-7303.
My stomach will be full and my wallet will be empty this weekend!
(Canyon Lake Correspondent Dana Brennan Jones can be reached at 907-7901.)
DAVID JENNINGS David Jennings, age 49, passed away
Monday, Oct.6, 1997, in San Antonio, Texas. Mr. Jennings was bom on Nov. 22, 1947 in Mobile, Ala. to James Lee and Mary Rosemond Jennings. He married Grace Saulter in Austin, Tx. on June 26,1992. Mr. Jennings had resided for three years in New Braunfels and was a former resident of Austin. He served in the US. Air Face during die Vietnam War and worked as a site gas manager. Mr. Jennings is survived by his wife Glace Jennings of New Braunfels; father James Lee Jennings of Mobile, Ala.; daughters Mary VonStein of New Braunfels and Elaine Behrens and husband Brad of LaFeria, Tx.; son Jeremy Jennings of New Braunfels; two grandchildren: Timmy and Lauren Behrens; three brothels: Mike and Ricky Jennings of Semmes, Ala. and Dennis Jennings of Round Rock, Tx and
numerous nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his mother Mary Jennings and one brother, Larry Jennings. Visitation win begin at noon today and continue until service time.
The funeral service will be today, at 7 p.m. Oct. 8, 1997, at the
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woman reported someone stole a video cassete recorder, jewelry, a designer jacket and cologne, valued at $1,800.
Police said witnesses had identified two suspects.
■ New Braunfels Police arrested a 25-year-old San Antonio man for failure to idenhfiy himself, two traffic warrants from New Braunfels Municipal Court and parole violation from Austin at 1:30 a.m. Tuesday in the 1900 block of Spur Street. Police said no bond had been set.
■ New Braunfels Police investigated a report of motor burglary this past weekend in the 400 block of Business 35 South. Canyon Automotive reported someone damaged a passenger window and center console in a car, causing $325 damage. The unknown suspects also stole an AM/FM radio valued at $100 Police said there were no suspects or witnesses
■ Comal County Sheriff*s deputies responded to a reported criminal mischief at 8:05 a.rn Monday in the 31 (Ablock*! Valley Park Dr. is the Garden Ridge area A woman told deputies someone fad pf JBO nils ft her driveway. Detective* have
suspects in the case and are still investigating.
■ Comal Coumy Sheriffs deputies responded to a report of criminal mischief on Saturday in the 31000 block of Sunlight Drive in Oak Village North.
A man said someone had broken his yard lights and clay pots during the night. Detectives are investigating the case and they do have suspects.
■ Comal County Sheriffs deputies responded to a report of criminal mischief on Queen Victoria Dr. at 10:43 a.m. Saturday.
A complainant reported that someone had broken the rear right window of his car with a b-b gun. Deputies have no suspects and are still investigating the case.
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