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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 10, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Pagei2A Panel New Texas February Continued from Page 1A within the Taxes being what taxes weve got to have a better idea and this thing will he It we can set up a central commit tee SCO of proven community leaders and can set goals and pursue them we can make our city a safer ci Boeck According to similar pro grams in cities such as Victoria have been highly successful in cutting Weve got to do something on crime The police department cant do it he According to 1986 police criminal incident reports were filed last Assaults were up 53 robbery and larceny reports were up 22 percent and burglaries were up almost 40 larceny which include motor vehicle and 536 burglary incidents in 1986 reflect the citys biggest impact When your neighbors being burglarized thats your Boeck told He said peo ple who use New Braunfels close proximity to San Antonio as a reason for the increase in crime use it as a pointing to statistics that show most of local crimes are com mitted by local Mayor Ed Sciantarelli It is a good I dont see why it wont City Manager Joe Michie urged the council to begin forming the central Lets get Dont put it now is the time to do he One of the goals Boeck hopes to ac complish through the crime commis sion is having 90 percent of New Braunfels residences within a neighborhood watch Council will be charged with the task of appointing persons to serve on the SCC who would serve a twoyear term under the chiefs An ex ecutive director would head the com Boeck said the commission could function virtually cost I dont see a lot of The executive direc tor may need to be but hopefully not in the first Boeck hoping that the first director can come from within the retired community to help get the program off the The chief pointed out that now is the perfect time for the city to active ly pursue formation of the committee because of cutbacks Health Continued from Page 1A all of the expenses considering the majority of people using the health service are citizens of New he Other commissioners supported Clarks stand on the split of the foodhandler I can sym pathize with the citys financial problems because I look at it everyday in our said Clyde Precinct 4 Erben later reported to commissioners the largest January increase in patients utilizing the clinic in four with some 450 persons being treated last She said that nearly twoandahalf to every one person treated was a resident of New Though Erben pointed out that most health clinics are often joint efforts between a county and state law does not require city government to provide funding for health clinic Erben also reported that the department had no problems receiving payments required for services during the first week of the new fee Everyone required to pay last week though most were paying the lower end of the sliding fee she Obituaries William Henry Krueger and Public William Henry of 2229 Eastman in New Braunfels died 8 at McKenna Memorial Services will be at 4 Tuesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Lin wood Kennedy of New Braunfels Burial will be in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Krueger was born May to Gustav and Friedericke nee Demuth Krueger in Guadalupe He married Edna Grimm in Seguin on Krueger was retired from Mission Valley Mills and was a member of the First Protestant United Church of Survivors include his Edna Krueger of New Braunfels two Leon Krueger and Nelson both of New Braunfels three Bertha Wernette and Mary both of New and Louise Bierstedt of Seguin two Paul Krueger of New Braunfels and Alvin Krueger of Wetmore five grandchildren and three great Memorials may be given lo the charity of ones Alvin Thomas Pettyjohn Memorial services for Alvin Thomas Pettyjohn of Star Route Box 266H in Canyon Lake will be at 4 Wednesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Mark Simpson of Canyon Lake died 9 at Southwest Texas Methodist Hospital in San Pettyjohn was born to Marvin and Beulah nee McLain Pettyjohn in He married Patricia McGee in New Braunfels on Pettyjohn was a Comal County resident for 18 years and was a member of the New Braunfels Presbyterian He was a structural and electrical engineer for the Texas Department of Highways Survivors include his Patricia Pettyjohn of Canyon Lake Marvin Pettyjohn of four Pam Brooks of Paula Pettyjohn of Fort Teresa Hawkins of Henderson and Lori Stracener of Odessa two Patrick Webb of Fort and Timothy Webb of two Loretta Rid dlehuber of Kemp and Marie Williams of and 11 Pettyjohn was preceded in death by one Marcus Thomas Memorials may be given to a trust fund established for Pettyjohn at the Public Employees Credit Box 2205 in Patricio Herrera Services for Patricio Herrera of 1875 Bridge will be at 2 Wednesday at Holy Family Catholic Church with the Maas of Burial will be in Peter and Paul Catholic Her died 8 at McKenna Memorial Herrera was born March to Jenarro and Petra nee Malachara Herrera in New He married Guadalupe Perez in New Braunfels on June He was a retired grain handler with Dittlinger Mills and was a member of Holy Family Catholic Survivors include his Guadalupe Herrera of New Braunfels one Brigida Zuniga of Seguin two Henry Herrera and Juan both of New Braunfels two Antonio Herrera and Felicitas both of New Braunfels three Matilde Herrera and Reynaldo both of New and Ernesto Malachra of Mexico 13 grandchildren and 17 A rosary will be recited at 7 today at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Wilma Johnson Graveside services for Wilma Johnson of New Braunfels will be held at 2 Wednesday at Olive Memorial Park in Big The Terry Pugh will died 8 in San An Born May 1918 in she married Algie Johnson 1934 in They lived in New Braunfels for 10 She is survived by her Algie Johnson of New Braunfels two Walter Johnson ofNew Braunfels and Danny Johnson of Seguin two Bertha Davis and Lola both of Odessa Wodsworth of Odessa six grandchildren and 14 great Births McKenna Memorial Hospital and Gabriel Quinnes 851 FM Number Seguin 8 9 ounce girl and Dennis Saur 3824 81 Number 8 6 6 ounce boy and Tony Ayala 763 Mill 8 4 ounce girl and Harold Cantu 1169 Number Seguin 7 1 ounce girl and Robert Hernandez 169 Water Lane 7 7 ounce boy and Kevin Howell 533 Ventura 8 3 ounce girl THE m I 748 San Antonio 6299377 Broyhill Bedroom Sets Broyhill Dining Sets LaZBoy Recliners Sofas Chests Ottomans Bunk Beds 559900 199 39 oo 5 99 00 Sleepers Motors 98 NEW YORK AP The Gen 75 market was marginally lower opening trading At 10 the Dow Jones average of 30 industrials stood at down BancTexas BellAtlans BellSouth BellSouth 916 72 62 61 61 Goodyear GtAtlPac GulfStaUt 27 9 50 26 9 50 27 9 32 Losers outpaced gainers by nearly with 630 issues 479 up and 460 Steel Bordens Caterpllr 56 454 55 45 55 45 HolidayCp wl Houstlnd 15 14 37 14 37 Volume on the Big Board came million On world money the dollar fell against most major s CoastalCp CocaCola 45 44 44 Paper JohnsJn K 76 76 51 rencies in calm European O early Gold bullion below after gaining about in Hong On the s DeltaAirl 60 60 14 Ind LoneSta Ind 34 34 34 took a severe plunge after Treasury Secretary James said no meeting of finance ministers from the five leading duPont 99 75 99 Mobil 45 79 was In todays early NYSEs composite index of all its listed common stocks fell FederalCo s 46 46 31 46 31 Owenslll s PacTel 59 55 59 59 55 The American Stock change index was down at On Monday the Dow Jones industrial average dropped to s GAFCps GTE 43 42 42 Polaroid 79 78 4 Declining issues outnumbered vances by about 9 to 5 on the with 573 down and 388 VrlicL million down million in the previous flsslllt NEW YORK AP M o r n i n stocks g Justice of the Peace 1 Judge Harold Krueger Texas District Court Civil Filings AMR Corp Amer Can Ameritech s AMIlnc High 58 100 91 18 Low 56 100 89 Last 56 100 90 18 Eric sexual Canyon Lake Paul Peter bond et suit on Michael John burglary out of Dallas Divorces William aggravated Norman and Maria Weather Water Watch Comal Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Edwards 396 cfs down 6 cfs down 47 down 17 down down Texas Weather Springlike weather continued across all of Texas today and forecasters said the unseasonably warm temperatures would continue through high pressure system located overcentral Alabama was credited for the pleasant weather because it is sending warm air northward across the National Weather Service It was cloudy at dawn over ex treme South Texas and some fog was reported in the Lower Rio Grande High overcast clouds moved across the state from the west during the early morning It will be mostly cloudy over South Texas tonight and Wednesday and clear to partly cloudy across the rest of the The wanning trend will continue through Lows tonight will be mostly in the ranging from the 30s in the Panhandle and extreme West Texas to the 50s in South Highs Wednesday will be mostly in the 70s except in the Panhandle where readings will be in the lower Early morning temperatures were mostly in the ranging from the 30s in the higher elevations of the Trans Pecos and in East Texas to the 50s in extreme South Ex tremes ranged from 28 at Marfa in the Davis Mountains of Southwest Texas to 59 at Corpus Other early morning temperatures around the state included 38 at 43 at Wichita 38 at Fort 42 at 47 at San 36 at 51 at 49 at San 40 at 38 at Midland and 33 at El Forecast SOUTH TEXAS Mostly cloudy and continued mild tonight and Lows tonight upper 40s north to upper 50s Highs Wednesday low 70s north to mid 70s FOR ONLY PER WEEK BROOKS is pleased to announce the relocation of his offices to 908 Court TX 3796821 Specializing in Nose Throat Head Neck Surgery Facial Plastic Reconstructive Surgery Center Orientation Meeting at TBarM Tennis Ranch in the Conference 10th at Moving Sale Were Offering GiveA way Prices So We Dont Have to Move It to our Big New UHaul Prices
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