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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 27, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas 14 New Bf aunfela Her January Stocks Armed bandits hit Sizzler restaurant NEW YORK AP Morning AMR Corp Ind 53 12 Am Amer Beth Brit Burlngt Ind 41 Proct 110 East ElPaso Enserch GTE Gen Gen Gen Gen Goodrich Gulf Gulf Vs Int K The manager of the Sizzler Steakhouse was left tied up in his closed restaurant Wednesday after two armed robbers cleaned out the The victim called the police at He had managed to untie himself after the robbers left the He told authorities he had closed the and was walking to his car on the parking when he heard a noise in the He turned to look and two men came toward Police detectives believe both were armed with one of which may have been The robbers forced the manager back into the building and had him open the which contained a large amount of They tied their vie Deaths Continued from Page 1 reviewing the Were trying to update the current change the format to bring more structural order to said Bakers groups has made general recommendations concerning minimum lot water percolation comprehensive subdivision private subdivision needs for water testing and preliminary and final plat Without standards and specifications that are enforced by this high density development over the Trinity Aquifer will spell certain disaster for the the developers and the county as a Baker According to Bakers no specifications or standards on well construction or completition has been set by this although the authority does County Judge Fred welcomed Bakers proposal and I think we would join with the people who reside in that area and the people who live in the county to see sanitation requirements said I think wed like to join with you in that effort to put our subdivision rules into added who commended Bakers group for its We will review the matter he told In presenting her Baker sympathized somewhat with the court we realize that it is very difficult to make and enforce Precedents we realize have been set over the years that are hard to she we realize new data is constantly being collected that is hard to keep abreast in the case of the Trinity we feel time is very Giant steps in protecting and im proving the quality and quantity could be taken even if some of the existing requirements were Lloyd Rothwell A graveside followed by a Masonic will be at 11 Saturday in Cranes Mill Cemetery for Lloyd Rothwell of 8870 Meadow San formerly of Canyon The Kenneth King of New Braunfels will have officiating died at at Southwest Texas Methodist Born on April in he was the son of Thomas and Katherine nee Gillgrass He married Geneva Grace nee Bibby Rothwell on in Retired from the Rockford Clutch Division of BorgWarner Rothwell was a member of the First Baptist Church in Canyon and the Canyon Lake Masonic Lodge He is survived by his Geneva Rothwell of San Antonio a Sandra Lynne Callihan of a Lloyd Thomas Rothwell of San Antonio nine grand and four great His remains will lie in state until 10 Saturday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Donald Hester Services for Donald Hester of 158 Woodland will be at 10 Friday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral with the Harold Zirkel Entombment will be in Peter and Paul Catholic died at at McKenna Memorial The son of and Addie nee Taylor he was born on in and in married Anne In he was employed by the National Weather Service in and in where he was chief verifyer for all National Weather forecasters for 14 On he married Dorothy nee Lingenfelter Hester in They moved to New Braunfels in 1954 where he taught math and Nine years he retired from and worked one year as personnel director at Mission Valley He was also past president of the New Braunfels Rotary a member of the First United Methodist and a World War I He is survived by his Dorothy Hester of New Braunfels a Donald Hester of Sherman a David Anderson of Alaska one and three He was also preceded in death by his Billie Waren Memorials may be given to the American Heart White Continued from Page 1 Legislature included a call for an emergency pay raise for which he said should receive first call on our His education package includes Economic parity among all our school More money for bilingual Expanding the PUF to include all University of Texas and Texas system Office Hours MonFri Closed Saturday 625 9144 COMING SOON 1 HOUR FILM Developing LANDA FOTO 363 Plaza Next to Winns 6255584 Please dont litter Continued from Page 1 difficulty because of the tax collection said who noted that tax collections amount to only half of our the countys We had left over from last budget in addition to money coming from fines and court he Unless there is a very serious shortage in taxes we may not have a He defined a very serious shortage as a situation where we get less than what we budgeted in the 1983 That would eliminate the contingency built If that were to Bond said then Com missioners Court would have to start looking where to cut the 1983 Until midFebruary when Clennan estimates shell have an idea on tax Bond said the county will continue to scrutinize its We just will not buy any capital equipment and just pay our operating said Until that commissioners will undoubtedly continue to scrutinize every proposed county expense as was evidenced earlier this week when they considered advertising for bids on seven new cars for the Sheriffs Crime Continued from Page 1 Local police handled 786 traffic accidents last 24 fewer than the previous Texas Highway Troopers handled 26 accidents inside the city as opposed to 36 in None of the statehandled accidents involved seven were recorded by city four of them in one a total of 12 deaths occurred on city streets in New Braunfels showed a percent increase in the seven index crimes theft and auto Although Chief Boeck might prefer to see a he said this is probably a good He hasnt seen state and national figures but said they usually show an overall increase in the neighborhood of 10 Police filed one case of five of rape and 20 of This represents a five percent increase 19 robberies were reported in Seventynine auto thefts were almost half again as many as in the year But 1981 may have just been an off year for auto because 71 cars were stolen in Miscellaneous thefts rose from 625 to a five percent But the 1980 total was actually a little higher than last Assaults were up 12 from 135 in 1981 to J52 last All in the police department had calls for service in Criminal offense reports dropped by nearly A total of people were arrested in Thats 69 more than in the previous with a larger proportion of adults to SRSRs newest Banking Service The Insured Money Market Checking Now you can earn FSLIC insured Money Market interest on your checking account at Open your Insured Money Market Checking Account with or Write an unlimited number of Your monthly statement will return all cancelled checks and snow you the results of SASAs continuously compounded Money Market Visit any one of SASAs 33 locations and take advantage 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