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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 27, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Public records MARRIAGES County Clerk's Office Ferdinand Ottine Jung Jr., and Gloria Janca Jewell. Edward Tyrone Tijerina and Sylvia Gonzales. Jerardo V Sanchez and Eloysa Pineda Villanueva. Daniel Amador and Jo Ann Borrego. Peris Aehile Bass Jr., and Wilma Justice Center. Donald Lew Neiee and Carol Ann Neice. Crossword DIVORCES ( 'aunty Court-at-Law (Charles Blackley, presiding judge! Murphy, Jorene and Cecil Hay. CONVICTIONS 22nd District Court (Charles Ramsay, presiding judge) Otis Harvey Trotter, 412 Dakota St., San Antonio, forgery by passing, sentenced to five years in the Texas Department of Corrections. Harold Sanchez, 550 W. Bridge, burglary of a motor vehicle — two counts, five years TDC, and ordered ACROSS I Game fish 5 Cut to size 9 rtench rtvei 14 Thin board 15 Charles Lamb 16 An archangel 17 A Bronte 18 Community 19 Sports gear 20 Rough embraces 22 Package 23 Draw down 24 Village 25 Puzzle 28 City of Australia 32 Deal out 33 Flagpoles 34 Fossil fuel 35 Russian name 36 Vancouver and Seattle 37 Ailment 38 Deckhand 39 Thrust 40 Big spoon 4 1 Coastal area 43 Slave Lake 44 Receptacles 45 Candy I TS [3 [a IT rr w 46 Take turns 49 Leaves 53 Meet item 54 Anuran 55 Hub 56 Cotillion 57 Mythologv 58 Of a period 59 Senior 60 Affrights 61 Blab out DOWN 1 Counter top 2 Sun parlor part 3 Volcano 4 In return for that 5 Make fast 6 True up 7 Clever ones 8 Negative 9 Outsku ts 10 Fruit 11 Temperate 12 Pell- 13 Additional 21 Avast1 22 Baseball sacrifices 24 Stitch PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED O PIF] DI L OP £ • RF Nj O LUU ii to pay a $500 fine and $183.15 in restitution. Don Charles Ritter, 1211 River-crest, Driving While Intoxicated (DW1) — subsequent offense, placed on probation for two years, and a $500 fine. 274th District Court (Fred Moore, presiding judge) Martin Aleman, 633 S. Academy, aggravated assault with serious bodily injury, reduced to a Class A misdemeanor, one year probation, and $1,500 in restitution. Sandra Ray Martinez, 1251 McQueeney Rd., No. 19, forgery by passing — two counts, two years’ probation, and $161.07 in restitution. Abel Castillo, 227 N. Krueger, attempted burglary of a habitation, five years’ probation, and a $1,500 fine. Gilbert Morales, 256 S. Peach, welfare fraud, three years’ probation, and $1,079 in restitution. County Court-at-Law (Charles Blackley, presiding judge) Porter Feary, P.O. Box 633, New Braunfels, DWI, 90 days in jail, probated for two years, 48 hours of community service, and a $500 fine. Robert John Blessing, 1825 Sacramento, San Antonio, possession of an illegal weapon, three days in jail with credit for time served, and a $150 fine. Juan Rosas Lopez, 16 Mohawk, Corpus Christi, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for two years, and a $300 fine. Raul Armando Serna, 402 2nd St., Nixon, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated H.E. Knox to be honored as business, civic leader I tires Seaweeds Plants Cut Crucifixes Moon valle\ Wood Boggy areav Ring up Rhythm devil Camera part Fye part 42 Posture 43 Vassals 45 Actor Roger 46 Change tire decor 47 Roundish 48 Wait on 49 Fxpand 50 Merchandise 51 Grandparental 52 Shriek 54 Next to Ga 32 35 35 41 53 35 5§ H E. Knox will be honored for his 50 years of service to New Braunfels as a business and civic leader, according to Tom Birrus. The Braunfels Foundation Trust, of which Burrus is president, is sponsoring a dinner at 7 p.m., Nov. 21, at the New Braunfels Civic Center. Burrus said, “The Braunfels Foundation Trust is one of Elliott's favorite charities, and the trustees felt it very apprpriate to honor Knox at a dinner benefiting the trust.” The BKT was organized in 1974 for the purpose of making community improvements and aiding local educational and charitable causes. Knox was a founding member of the board of trustees and served as its president for several years. Tickets to the benefit dinner are $50 each and tax-deductible, according ti> Burrus. Checks payable to the BKT may he mailed to P.O. Box 180 in New Braunfels, or additional information may bt1 obtained by calling the chamber of commerce office at 625-2385. The BKT was the catalyst in bringing about beautification program that resulted in the renovation of the main plaza as well as other projects in the downtown area. More recently the trust has been responsible for the ownership and maintenance of the Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture for which it raised more than $100,000 SUPPLY Of S \r a—    * to Register to Win A Year's Supply of Sausage • Live German Band Music to Buyers Tennis Tournament Opas and Omas for Your • Mortgage Officers on Tour Guides    Duty Oak Run, New Braunfels' Most Prestigious -Subdivision, is Located at Hwy. 46 and Loop 337 That museum was a gift to the community by Bill and Nan Dillen and is now being operated by the Heritage Society. Know was born in Body, a small west Texas community. He received a bachelor of science degree in textile engineering from Texas Tech in 1935 and went to work inunediately for Mission valley Mills, New Braunfels’ largest industry. Knox became president of Mission Valley Mills in 1971 and arranged for its merger with WestPoint Pepperell in 1972. He retired from WestPoint in Jan., 1976. Knox is well known for his ability to raise funds for worthwhile, philanthropic activities and projects. He is currently president of the board of trustees of McKenna Memorial Hospital, vice president of the Alamo Area Council of Boy Scouts, member of the Dittlinger Memorial Library board of directors, and trustee of the San Marcos Baptist Academy having served as its chairman for several years. Knox was an active leader in bringing council-manager form of government to New Braunfels and served as its first mayor iii 1967. then served as a city councilman until 1972. He served three years as a trustee on the Board of the two local school districts. for two years, and a $100 fine. Robert Earl Anderson, 23 Terminal Loop Rd., McQueeney, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for two years, eight hours of community service, and a $100 fine. Brian L. Morris, 903 Elm St., Kemah, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for two years, and a $100 fine. James David Reidy, 375 Goodhue, San Antonio, DWI, 60 days in jail (weekends only) with credit, and driver’s license suspended for one year. Rogelio Torres, 491 Peach, criminal non-support, 90 days in jail, probated for one year, and $300 in restitution; and DWI, 60 days in jail on weekends, driver’s license suspended, and a $100 fine. Paul Raymond Balmos, 1923 Dellcrest, San Antonio, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for two years, eight hours of community service, and a $100 fine. Charles Bryan Allen, 241 Rambling Dr., Canyon Lake, DWI, 60 days with credit for time served. Alfred E. Torres, 5515 Glenside, San Antonio, DWI, 60 days in jail, probated for two years, and a $300 fine. Christopher Saenz, 400 Linda I^ane, San Marcos, DWI, 90 days in jail, probated for two years, and a $100 fine. FELONIES Justice of the Peace Precinct 3 (Fred Stewart, presiding) Troy Franklin Adamson, Wickford Way No. 37, Startzville, burglary of a habitation, $10,000 bond. Municipal Court (David Perkins, presiding judge) Rob William Woods, 607 Hill, burglary of a non-habitation, $5,000 bond. Steven Joseph Gaytan, 604 S. Casten, burglary of a non-habitation, $5,000 bond. John Calvin Taylor, 521 Olive, San Antonio, credit card abuse, $15,000 bond. Scott Alan Harlow, 596 S. Casten, burglary of a non-habitation, $5,000 bond. Farris Earl Grier, Route 2, Box 699A, New Braunfels, gambling promotion, $1,500 bond. Mario Gilbert Allen, 5848 Glacier, San Antonio, unlawfully carrying a weapon on licensed premises, $5,000 bond. County Court-at-taw (Charles Blackley, presiding judge) Jesse Sirio Villanueva, 241 Highway 81 West No. 7, injury to a child, $7,500 bond. Nevi ^TftUn*ncePVxoneC^- as® aausrest November 2, IO a.m. - 2 p.m. November 3. IO a.m. - 5 p.m. Tai (x/‘/>r<i/i //ie ('/ic////ny of ii /ex//ex/ . /7/e yfiui//ee>'i o/ ( htA .9?//// . c/zzoz/e f //on /<> (M>///e u/ii/1 fee -"V 7 (>/. 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