New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 15, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
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Ernesto Perusquia, 80, of New Braunfels and Mexico City, died Friday, Sept. 13, in Mexico City. Funeral services were Saturday.
Mr. Perusquia was a lawyer.
Survivors include his wife, Julicla Perusquia; a daughter, Julicta Jcrgins; two sons, Emcsto Perusquia and Dr. Eduardo Perusquia; six grandchildren, Emcsto Jcrgins, Jeronimo Jcrgins, Emcsto Perusquia, Joacquin Perusquia, Christina Perusquia and Eduardo Perusquia; and three greatgrandchildren.Horace C. Ivy Jr.
Funeral services for Horace “Jackie” Clifton Ivy Jr., 69, of New Braunfels will be at IO a.m. Monday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Rev. Kenneth King officiating. Burial will be at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio.
3:29 a.m. — Report on alarm/ burglary of non-habitation; 1111 Walnut A vc./Doc’s Guns; Officer S. Nicely.
3:42 — Report on canine use; 1111 Walnut Ave.; Officer S. Nicely.
4:10 — Report on burglary of non-habitation; 1495 Highway 81/Canyon Automotive; Officer K. Fazzone.
4:55 — Report on unauthorized use of motor vehicle; 1485 Highway 81/Canyon Automotive; Officer D. Wilson.Summary
51 total calls for service.
Total response time: 1:53, average was :02.
Total on-site lime: 18:35, average was :22.
Total expired lime: 22:32, average was :27.
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Accepting certificates of appreciation from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for the hunter education course offered through the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department are, front from left, instructor Ken Schraeder, Chris Roque, ranger superintendent Iris Haecker, administrative secretary Carolyn Hawk, and, back, recreation superintendent John Mathis and aquatic superintendent Tim Dean. The next course begins Monday and a second session is set for October 7. For more information on the course, mandatory for hunters born after Sept. 1, 1971, call 629-PARK. (Photo by Annelies Schlickenrieder)Police Blotter
The city of New Braunfels in August issued 133 building permits for construction work valued at $ 1. 174 million.
Categories and project values were: seven single-family residences, $606,000; nine residential additions-altcrations, $ 138,500; three carport garages, $3,170; eight commcrical additions-altcrations, $258,444; one structure other than a building, $20,000; six mobile home placements; one demolition; one house moving; five storage buildings, $3,580; and 92 miscellaneous (rcroofing, fences, sidewalks, etc.), $144,776.
This compares with 115 permits valued at $1,187 issued by the city building department in July.
Building permits issued in the city of New Braunfels between Aug. 29 and Sept. 6 to property owners for the following work and the dollar value of the work:
• Medina, 356 Basel, chain link fence, $1,425.
• Doyle Krueger, 53 Ridge Drive, replace rotten wood on deck, $650.
• A.J. Haas, 1790 Larkspur, rcroof, $2,000.
• RR New Braunfels, 651 Highway 81 East, interior renovations (food court and additional retail space), $135,(XX).
• Don Forres, 595 W. Mill, house leveling, $1,450.
• Gary Glenn, 20 Ridge Drive, privacy fence, $600.
• A.R. Tidwell, 1339 Tulip, rcroof, $2,400.
• Lawrence Hillcgcist, 1337 Poppy, rcroof, $2,200.
• Pat Ebbcl, 231 Crown Ridge, storage building, $600.
• Cristoval C. Gomez, 1557 Cologne, enclose garage for bedroom and bath, $1,800.
• Carlos dc la Cerda, 2371 W. Katy, pave driveway and replace part of fence, $600.
• Joy Alexander, 195 Fredericksburg, replace four-foot picket fence, $200. > New Braunfels High School, 2551 ‘Loop 337, 8-foot chain link fence, $886.
• Jerry Tillman, 313 Prince, replace and repair sheetrock, $500.
• Don Forres, 595 W. Mill, level back room and side porch, $500.
• TrccTops, 404 East San Antonio, lower existing patio and construct retaining walls within patio, $20,000.
• Oscar Ruppcl, 631 Lakeview, change out window in storage building, $250.
• Judith Kovacs Long, 119 Ohio, relocate closet and cabinets in bedroom, $3,500.
• Rev. Frederic Rest, 827 W. Merri-weather, change out front door, $400.
• Kenneth Harrison, 1057 Larkspur, rcroof, $2,890.
• Lloyd Preston, 417 Buttercup, rcroof, $2,650.
• Orville Ormond, 1485 Gardenia, rcroof patio, $650.
• Rubble Coulter, 217 W. Perryman, rcroof-replacc patio roof, $3,200.
• Juan Miranda, 2025 W. Katy, concrete porches with cover front and side, $1,800.
• Bayou’s V, 1050 IH35 East, finish out shell, $10,000.
• Richard Smith, 1335 Carnation, rcroof, $2,100.
• Alfonso Lagunas, 2570 W. San Antonio, close in cave, $80.
McKenna Memorial Hospital
Laura Dunham; 477 W. Nacogdoches, New Braunfels; 6-pound 10-ounce boy; Sept. 3.
David and Kathy Lamon; 6 Moss Rock, New Braunfels; 7-pound 9-ounce girl; Sept. 9.
Heidi and Joseph Freeman; Rt. 7, Box 631, Canyon Lake; 7-pound 13% -ounce girl; Sept. 9.
Gordon and Rhonda Barding; 580 Kcrlick Lane, New Braunfels; 7-pound 5-ounce boy; Sept. IO.
New Braunfels Police Department blotter from 7 a.m. Sept. 12 to 7 a.m. Sept. 13 (unfounded and no-rcports not included):Thursday morning
7:36 a.m. — Accident report; Fredericksburg Road; Officer A. Celli.
8:32 — Accident report; 500 block of Torrey St.; Officer R. Parchman.
10:22 — Traffic stop/citation; Interstate 35 at Farm to Market Road 1044; Officer P. Villareal.
10:32 — Report on forgery; 1413 San Antonio St.; Officer A. Celli.
10:35 — Accident report; Seguin Ave. at Interstate 35; Officer R. Parchman.
11:04 — Report on terroristic threat; 2200 block of Highway 81 W.; Officer M. Osborne.
11:18 — Traffic stop/citation; 400 block of Seguin Ave.; Officer J. Wommack.
11:20 — Report on theft/
shoplifting; Comal Cemetery; Officer R. Parchman.Thursday afternoon
2:28 p.m. — Misdemeanor arrest; 2500 block of Loop 337; Officer A. Celli.
2:47 — Traffic stop/citation; Grucnc Rd. at Ervcndbcrg Ave.; Officer R. Parchman.
3:48 — Accident report; 800 block of San Antonio St.; Officer A. Celli.Thursday evening
7:52 — Report on theft/shoplifting; 1050 Interstate 35 E./Kmart; Officer K. Fazzone.
10:12 — Report on bodily assault; 2000 block of Michigan St.; Officer S. Nicely.
10:38 — Midemcanor arrest/ harassment; 300 block of Castlewood Drive; Officer W. Spence.
11:13 — Report on canine use; 300 block of Castlewood Drive; Officer S.
Mr. Ivy died Friday, Sept. 13, 1991 at McKenna Memorial Hospital. He was bom Aug 24. 1922, in Gonzales to Horace C. Ivey Sr. and the former Arvilla Anderson. He married Imogcnc Frazier in New Braunfels Sept. 2. 1944, and had been a New Braunfels resident since 1945.
He had been employed with the State Parks and Wildlife Department and was a member of Eastside Baptist* Church. Mc was a veteran of World War II and had served in the I S’ Navy.
Survivors include his wife,* Imogcnc Ivy of New Braunfels; his! stepmother, Lina Mac Ivey of New; Braunfels; two sons David Ivy and wife Marilyn of New Braunfels and Michael Ivy and wife Faye of New! Braunfels; three sisters. Alone Bishop of San Antonio; Lois Brown of Okla homa and Doris Ncl Watkins of South Caroline; a brother, Al vis Ivey of San Antonio; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild.
The family requests that memorials be directed to Hospice New Braunfels or the American Cancer Society.Richard E. Haag
Graveside services for Richard E. Haag, 89, of New Braunfels will be at ll a.m. Tuesday at Old Bracken Cemetery with the Rev. Elmer Clumper officiating.
He died Sept. 14, 1991, at McKenna Memorial Hospital. He was horn May 15, 1902, in Comal County to Ixmis and Emma Hankamcr Haag He never married.
Mr. Haag had been a laborer at a rock crushing company He was a Protestant and a member of the Sons of Hermann. Mc was a veteran of World Warll.
Survivors include a stepsister, Clara Ebert of New Braunfels; a niece, Mary Frcirichs; and a nephew. Eugene Chert
Visitation will be from 2 p rn. Mon day until 9:30 a.m. I ucsday at Deep penschmidt Funeral Home. Memorials may he directed to Hospice New Braunfels.