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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 9, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas                                11 4 Continued from Page 1 trafficrelated three for motor vehicle three for illegally carrying weapons and two for One was charged with and one with marijuana Three were brought it the 1981 total included five trattti two disorderly one criminal two one theft and one which may or may not have had anything to do with the holiday June statistics Is this tourist season an especially It might look Peace J way at tices Harold respective precincts 1 and reported last months case doubtedftbn the previous precinct 4 Justice Howard Smithreported a drop in Fred from precinct said business rah about the Same 500 to MM cases during the Location could have tot to do with who works out of the Comal County handled eases last Last there were 500 and he But the precinct lines were redrawn early this putting tagtr stretches W River Road and FM m in Kruegers of Canyon lost that and his June traffic dropped from 196 to 120 my precinct ran to IH 35 and everything north of the Guadalupe Smith It now stops at Purgatory Road on and this side of Third Crossing on River Thats over half the Blanchard gets 250450 cases each mostly traffic violations on IH 35 south of I had about half again as many Id say twice as many as last But I believe June of 1981 was kind of a slack for some I cant explain he Stewarts Bulverde office is In much the same situation it handles mostly traffic Its not as bad here because we dont have a River Road situation not so many of the nuisance he he said June does tend to be a heavy even in his neck of the NEW YORK AP Morning stocks Alcoa Am Airlin Am Motors Amer Armcolnc AtlRichfld Beth Steel Boeing Borden Brit Pet Burlngt Ind CaterpTr Celanese Centel Chrysler CitiesSvce CocaCola Coleman DowChem duPont EastnAirL East Kodak ElPaso Co Enserch s Esmark Exxon s Firestone FordMot GTE Corp GnDynam High 24 18 3V4 51 Low 24 3Vs 50 35 15 31 18V6 19V8 37 Vs 43V8 29 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Pennsylvania and two Continued from Page 1 Arafat rejected Reagans offer and Israel welcomed But the PLO chief did not reject a future peacekeeping role for forces in Soviet President Leonid Brezhnev warned Reagan in a letter published Thursday against sending troops to saying the Kremlin might have to alter its Mideast policy if American soldiers went In Reagan ad ministration officials dismissed the warning as Soviet political but expressed doubt whether all parties involved could agree on ground rules for a presence Everything could fall in place or everything could fall Pen tagon spokesman Henry Catto We just dont know we are a long way from a decision to go Fifty miles off Beiruts shore in the Mediterranean 6th Fleet warships carrying Marines were within three hours cruising time of the Lebanese capital for a possible mission to evacuate the Two senators arriving in Beirut today from Israel cautioned against deploying American troops in Lebanon before the conclusion of an agreement on the peaceful evacuation of the Based on what weve there has been no formal request for the troops to come or assurance that they can come and not be involved in any war at this Carl Levin of Michigan told reporters as he and fellow Democratic Christopher Dodd of Connecticut Dodd said the PLO and the governments of Israel and Lebanon should reach an agreement for the peaceful withdrawal of PLO guerrillas from west Beirut before troops If those ingredients are I dont believe that those forces should Dodd Whether or not the Reagan administration decides to go thats their he Tme and youve heard it To make you have to have money The truth you have to know how to save money before you can think about making Thats why more and more people are joining the Payroll Savings Han to buy Smings That a little is taken out tff each paycheck automatically In no youll have enough Bonds for a new your childs even a dream Whatever sou save Bonds are the surest way to gain Calendar of Events Organizations Comal Independent Mens Association will install officers and name CIMA of the year at annual 7 Friday at Eagles If you would like your club or organization in the please contact the HeraW teitung at 6259144 or send a notice to PO Box New Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 the day before Deadline for Sunday editions is 5 Hermann Sons convention set Officers from 160 Hermann Sons lodges in will get together in San Antonio this Sunday to launch the orders annual membership Space is limited in the so attendance will be by invitation But the gathering will give local lodge leaders a chance to meet Grand Lodge officers and leaders of other The membership campaign starts Aug 1 and runs through There are Hermann Sons members at Lodge membership representatives will also at tend a seminar Saturday afternoon in the Grand Lodge building at 515 The Sunday rally will begin at and Will v close with a barbecue supper and First grand vice president Hardy Mosel of Fredericksburg will be master of Grand secretarytreasurer Louis Hoog of San will introduce Grand Lodge Grand president Louis Engelke will give the Entertainment will feature the Hermann mixed the Polkateers and the all of San Antonio and a troupe from the New Braunfels Hermann Sons school of victim returns to Texas GRAPEVINE AP A pale and fragile Mickey Hays returned home from South Africa after a and perhap reunion with another young boy in an old marts The tiny returned Thursday from he had gone June 21 to visit The boys suffer from a rare genetic disorder that dwarfs makes them wrinkled and ages them rapidly and allots them a probable of less than 20 Leaving yesterday was said Mickeys Cindy Mickey and Fransie felt they would probably never see each other Both boys weteicrying and both families were We were there 2Va weeks and we got to see them play fight together atid love she Theyre so much The two boys met six months ago after moved bj news raised money to fuifillTftisI dreaim Pinocchio at Edwards said the families would but added they had made no plans for another reunion because of the huge expense of the was not so Theyre going to send him to my house like they sent me to he They Fundraising efforts organized by employees of American Airlines and Pan American World Air ways in the United Slates and a car dealership in South paid for Mickey and his family to fly to South Africa for the special kids to the Edwards saidy and what Herman Fransies thinks about what we all think about What if something happens to one of them What will the other one do Her tiny his bald head covered by his ever present baseball rested in her lap as she told reporters at the DallasFort Worth Regional Airport how wonderful it was to talk to another parent of a progeria victim There is nothing like sitting down with someone who can say I know how you Dallas luxurious pet hotel a real ooocri ByPATZAJAC Fort Worth StarTelegram GRAPEVINE AP a Russian spent the morning watching television at the DFW Pet It made him He had a big lunch an appetizer of braiaed chicken livers with a dollop of sour followed by smothered Louisiana dirty and steamed yellow squash with For butter pecan ice cream with a Lhaso Apso in for her weekly grooming and fashion had the dieters special grilled chicken patties with cottage doggies kisses for In the Twinkie and Kimbo were still An appetizer of deviled er sardines Some clam chowder or oyster bisque Or a simple tuna casserole or filet of sole Nearby in the Misty munched her carrot barley deepdish pellet and a candied Put good grub isnt the only amenity at the JOacre pet hotel near the DallasFort Worth Kennel accommodations are posh roomettes and suites with theme The ViUs Pilllar for has a mural to Costa del candle sconces stucco Spanish tile and wrought iron In The coddled canines loll under yellow canvas canopies in rooms papered in yellow andorange There are palms and The chichi Le Boudoir wing ladies only is elegantly appointed with French silk moire crystal and French Impressionist v The Japanese Pagoda still will have fountains Hud a Japanese Roomette and suite rates run from 15 to a depending on room size and whether it has Theres also the nofrills economy cage in the garage of the converted ranchstyle house that is resort Rates include walking and exercise three times meals frwn the menu or to owners and time with attendants in the den lounging on the playing watching TV or listening to the stereo We wanted it to be just like at There are owners who actually ask that their pets get in their TV saM Fran a fashion and in terior designer who partner in the pet resort with Deana who had owned kennels in Kansas City before moving to year fteMrt a service foj MlMfeMt BRUNERS VISA DOWNTOWN NEW BRAUNFELS 209 SAN ANTONIO Save to 5O MissyJunior swear OFF Special selection of summer sportswear now Va Junior Tops Sportswear NOW 9 Values to A selection including skirts and other Womens Pop Coats Shifts 14 99 to saying 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