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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 22, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 2B Herald-Zeitung ■ Wednesday, Sept. 22,1993 Today s Weather Today, high 96, low 75. Partly cloudy, with southeast wind to 10 mph. Tomorrow, a 20 percent chance of showers. High, upper 90s, low In the 70s. Pollen Count Type Molds Grass Ragweed Pigweed Cedar Elm Count 2,400 10 150 26 460 Pollen Count: Frank C. Hampel, MD Condition heavy light moderate light moderate Water Watch Comal River...................375    cubic    feet    per    second.    Same Canyon Lake..........................907.42 feet above sea level Inflow...............................129 cubic feet per second Outflow...............................H3 cubic feet per second Edwards Aquifer............................... 627.14    down .01 Obituaries Benjamin W. Kneupper Benjamin W. Kneupper, of Canyon Lake, died in his home Tuesday, Sept. 21,1993 at age 76. He was bom Oct. 16, 1916. His father was William Kneupper and his mother's maiden name was Ottilia Moos. Kneupper was a heavy equipment mechanic. He was a member of St Thomas Catholic Church at Canyon Lake and was a VFW member. Kneupper served in the eighth Air Force during World War II. A funeral service is set for Thursday, Sept. 23 at IO a.m. at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church at New Braunfels, with burial to follow at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery. Monsignor Eugene CC attaghan will conduct the service. A Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Doppenschmidt Funeral Home. Kneupper is survived by three sisters, Mary Kneupper of New Braunfels, Paula Tepe of Houston and Monica Fuhrmann of New Braunfels; a sister-in-law, Agnes Kneupper of Gainesville, Texas; a brother, Arthur Kneupper of New Braunfels; and many nieces and nephews. Memorials may be given to Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Sc x>l Trust Fund. Twenty-six local merchants to give away trips Lillian E. Penshorn New Braunfels native and lifelong resident Lillian E. Penshorn died Sept. 21,1993, in Colonial Manor Care Center in New Braunfels Bom Aug. 15,1904, Penshorn was proceeded in death by her brother Max A. Penshorn. Survivors include her brother, Udo J. Penshorn of New Braunfels; and her niece and nephews and their families: Kay Penshorn Vincent and husband Richard H. Vincent of Houston; Gary Penshorn and wife Brenda Penshorn of New Braunfels; and Dr. Mark A Penshorn and wife Cathy Kopper Penshorn and great-nephews Thomas William Penshorn and David James Penshorn, all of Converse, Texas. Penshorn spent more than 45 years as a teacher in the New Braunfels Independent School District, working as a German teacher and librarian. Visitation is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 23 from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home, 189 Seguin Street, with graveside services planned for 11 a.m. Friday, Sept. 24 at Comal Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the First Protestant United church of Christ building fund or the charity of your choice. DotppanschmkJt Funeral Homa New Braunfels shoppers will have an opportunity to win 26 vacation trips to places like Las Vegas, New Orleans, Orlando and Branson, Mo. during October. Twenty-six local merchants will be registering customers for the trip of their choioe and reaping the benefits of increased business traffic. And, their customers will have 26 opportunities to win trips that include deluxe accommodations for two adults, free accommodations for up to three children, complimentary tickets to local attractions, special discounts and welcome gifts- The trips are prizes in the “Vacation Celebration” advertising promotion New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung advertising account executives will be offering advertisers this month. In addition to the increased business traffic, advertisers will a190 receive a vacation trip for their business which they may use as a prize for employees, keep for themselves or use as an additional vacation trip prize for their customers. The trips may be taken anytime from Oct. 1,1993, through midnight, Sept. 30, 1994. All the resort packages are fully transferable — so they can be given as presents or used by the winners. The trips feature luxury accommodations in facilities comparable to the Marriott Riverwalk in San Antonio. The New Orleans trip features a stay at the New Orleans Hilton Riverside with children staying free, a welcome gift, a complimentary breakfast for two, complimentary admission for two to the Aquarium of the Americas and complimentary use af the hotel’s folly-equipped fitness center. The Las Vegas trip includes accommodations for two at the Flamingo Hilton and Towers with children stay- Police Report ■ New Braunfels police are investigating an incident of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle that occurred between IO p.m. Sept. 17 and 4:30 a.m. Sept. 18 in the 300 block of Oakcrest. The vehicle reported stolen is a 1982 blue and white Oldsmobile Regency. Also reported stolen was Cobra 40-channel CB. ■ Police are investigating a burglary of a habitation that is reported to have occurred between noon and 6 p.m. Sept. 17 in the 2000 block of West San Antonio. The following items were reported stolen in the incident: a Lotus men’s watch with a black band; a Whitenhauer men’s watch with diamonds; a Timex men’s watch; a 20-inch gold serpentine necklace; a men’s gold ring; and boy’s mountain bicycle. ■ Police are investigating a burglary of a motor vehicle that occurred between 9 p.m. Sept. 17 and 5:45 p.m. Sept. 18 in the 500 block West Coll Street. The following items were reported stolen from a 1986 Chevrolet Monte Carlo: an Alpine stereo; one pair of Pioneer speakers; a Vixen radar detector; one pair of Rockford speakers; a Viper steal stopper alarm; and assorted compact discs. ■ Police are investigating another inddert of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle that occurred between 3:15 ain. and 6:55 a.m. Sept 19 in the 200 block of Santa Clara. Reports show a 1991 maroon Jeep Cherokee was allegedly stolen. ■ Another incident of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle was reported to have occurred between 8:30 p.m. and 11 p.m. Sept. 18 in the 1800 block of Lee Street. According to reports, a 1978 blue Chevrolet Malibu was allegedly stolen. Anyone with information regarding these offenses should call the New Braunfels Police Department at 608-2179 or Crime Stoppers at 620-TIPS. Crime Stoppers will pay up to $ 1,000 for information leading to the arrest and indictment of any person involved in a felony offense. ing free, a welcome gift, a complimentary breakfast for two, discount coupons for area restaurants, shows and attractions, complimentary admission for two adults to Hoover Dam and a complimentary round of golf for two. The Orlando trip features a room for two adults at the Hyatt Orlando with children staying free, a welcome gift, discount coupons for shows, restaurants and attractions, a complimentary breakfast for two, a complimentary round of golf for two, complimentary tennis, and complimentary one day’s unlimited play for two adults at Orlando’s premier miniature golf course. The Branson four day family vacation includes accommodations for two adults at the Holiday Inn Branson with children staying free, a welcome gift, a complimentary breakfast for two, a complimentary round of golf for two and complimentary passes for two adults on the Lake Queen Boat Tour. Advertisers have until Sept. 30 at 5 p.m. to sign up for the “Vacation Celebration’’ promotion. Ads listing the 26 participants will run Oct. 3 and Oct. 17 — I column by 2 inches for each advertiser. Herald-Zeitung account executives will be contacting local businesses this week to make reservations. New Braunfels shoppers must register for the trips by 5 p.m., Friday, Oct. 29. Do some early Christmas shopping, spend your money locally and take advantage of the opportunity to win great family vacations — ask your local merchants about the opportunities available for “Vacation Celebration!” Herald-Zeitung To subscribe, call 625-9144 McQueeney MEDICAL CLINIC FM 78 at Hotshot Road McQueeney, Texas 210-557-5460 Curtis J- Ryder, M.D. Richard Branson, PA Family Practice and Occupational Medicine AppointmtnU now boing accepted Welcoming Back Esther Whitney at Frances Beauty Shop with specials on cuts -n- perms for the whole family. Come in for your new fall look. Call now for appointment _984    W.    Mill 625-2180 (FURNITURE „    ^    S,LE™I‘JL WAREHOUSE Mo*™ JMM. I 210-629-5656 iNoieBftunfelR Quality Furniture at DENTURES $ 395.00 SET Professional Denture Clinic Wayne Farrimond.DDS 901 Curtis Schertz. Tx 73154 General Dentist 800-235-1732 Free Consultation Sr Citizen Discount ‘Prices may vary with additional or different materials. 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