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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 22, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas thiti because they dont xheed explaining that i where SIKH programs are F are not recognized as areas or because signs u burglars that a watch pro the neighborhoods think that crime prevention stops when sighs go he programs here do bet ter than Some attempt to at tend one meeting and try to learn it In a couple of You have to doHtimie meeting to get to know your discuss problems and disseminate Every citizen in New Brauhfels could become better informed and educated about crime drives crime watch programs are established and sees garage doors left wide I can tell you what those people have In their Mayer He cited one example where a family was burglarized soon after a erlffle wateh program in nefgfibernotjd had been istabllshel o The family had ml previously mark and requested an sWItng machine after toe people dont ID their meet eertain criteria fiected with the program and then frltieize when they are stresses one preventive measure anyone can utilize Ing property with a drivers license if it San be easily traced to the owner and a case made against the He said he stresses target which encompasses the purchase and of locks and security and eliminating the vulnerability of a home by ensuring doors and windows are Promptly reporting suspicious ac tivity is another key aspect of crime According to statewide crime 82 percent of all burglaries are while 30 percent of all stolen property is Of only 4 percent makes its Way back todhe rightful The re maining property eventually ends up in police Other statistics shew that sse em 6f every five hemei wtit be burglar if ed this yeary whilt mast burglars an under the age sf years and mm smatuers far aft eaiy One service Mayer provides as crime prevention sHiee li a free security survey ef a home with reeoffimefldations OH lessening the chances of being though the availability 6f the service is in cluded in all the departments crime prevention Martin said he has pefformed only three such surveys in almost two Homeowners Who request the survey meet certain criteria receive a threeyear 5 percent dis count on their home owners in surance Martin some homeowners are reluctant to meet the criteria because of the but they dont weigh the Mayer said he hopes programs could be established in neighborhoods where crime prevalent sUch asin and areas With apartments tal Reasons such programs do hot ex ist in these areas is economics to a Fire Continued from Page 1A Equipment Unit 65 1985 Ford pumper gallons of Unit 66 1982 Ford pumper gallons of Unit 67 Ford booster 350 gallons of Unit 68 Dodge 4by4 brush 200 gallons of 2f Units and firefighters are dispatch ed by Seguin Central New Braunfels Central Fire Stations by use of plectrons and V1 v v To report a fire 3791142 for those g people with a Seguin or McQueeney f phone number or 6252424 for those Obituaries with a New Braunfels phone EMS Ambulance Sheriffs Department 3791224 DPS 3794210 Marion Fire Department 4202391 Nonemergency phone numbers Station 1 Station 2 557 Because there no paid these numbers will only be answered if someone happens to be at either McQueeney VFD members are currently working on a Fish Fry fun later preparations for chicken barbecue held in Meeting and drill is held on the se cond Wednesday of every month at at station Drills are also held on the third Wednesdasy of each month at at station 1 and on one Sunday per month for several The department has two and responds to major 1050s in the 1986 statistics Total alarms fixed dwelling 8 mobile dwelling storage 3 commercial 3 right of way 3 Motor 11 False 1 Miscellaneous Of the 68 20 were mutual aid Alfred Fischer Services for Alfred Fischer of 324 Rancho Road will be held at 2 Tuesday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Jim Hinkhouse of Burial will follow at Comal March 18 i I Theson of Ernest and Clara nee Krause he was born in Twin He married Norma Alves in New Braunfels in November She died in A resident of New Braunfels for more than 60 Fischer was a retired truck driver for Sinclair Oil He was a member of Paul Lutheran Fischer is survived by a Kathleen Litton of Round Rock Wally Young of San Antonio Walter Fischer of Texas two grandchildren and two Pallbearers will be John Eddie Melvin Peter Leroy and Oris Memorials may be made to Paul Lutheran Glass Services for Richard Glass of 3740 Hunters will be held at 10 Monday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Eucled Moore Interment will be at 4 at Laurel Land Cemetery in Fort died March 20 at McKen na Memorial The son of Paul and Mary nee Van ONeill Glass born June He mar ried Mattie Parker in San Antonio on July A twoandahalf year resident of New he was a retired Air Force Major and a member of the Presbyterian Church and the Irving Masonic Glass is survived by his Ruth Glass of Cibolo Paul Glass of Fort Worth Betty Wood of Dallas John Glass of Houston and Bill Glass of Dallas Elizabeth Drennan of Texas Paul Glass of Maryland and James Glass of Fort Worth and five grand Memorials may be made to the American Heart Harold Poole Services for Harold Poole of HCR Box Canyon will be held at 11 Monday at Doep penschmidt Funeral Home with the Olstorf of San Antonio and the Robert Seaton of Interment will be at 2 Tuesday at Beauregard Cemetery in died March 20 at McKen na Memorial The son of Emile Henry and Beulah nee Lebleu he was born March in He married Erna Fiedler in DeRidder on Poole was a county resident for 10 years and a retired building superintendent in civil He was a member of Andrews Lutheran Church in Canyon Lake and Knights of Pythias Lodge 211 In National Rifle Associa tion life and a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles at Sat Poole was a World War II Poole is survived by his wife Erna Poole of Canyon Lake Beulah Poole of Canyon Lake Harold Vernon Poole and wife Dorothy of Beaumont and three Visitation will be from noon Sun day until service time Memorials may be made to the American Heart Weather The state A cool front lingered across Texas touching off scattered thunderstorms southwest and west of Wichita and the National Weather Service posted a severe thunderstorm warning for 17 coun The weather service said marble to golf ball size hail fell in Knox City in Knox The stationary cool front extended from the Red River east of Wichita southwest into the lower Pecos Valley and northwest to Del The thunderstorm watch was posted Saturday night for the nor southwestern and north centra parts of the The watch from San Angelo to Midland northeast to Childjess Wichita faijs into Water Watch Comal cfs same Canyon Lake cfs down 55 Canyon LaKe cfs up 20 Canyon Lake down Edwards down Fereeast SQUTH TEXAS Mostly cloudy y wjfh widely s jiQrthern m Hie north Jo gps MQU Sjffldjy njgjit nxjrtj 60s south Births McKenna Memorial 13 omce NOW OPEN Mont thru Itt am til f pm OPEN SUNDAYS 1pm til 7pm Cempaet mm Claiiic TV Cartpon Music Videos FW latest and gtasest fiflvl 8 problem with a trafisieUt peptflatioit pig whe m fighting te im Iheif fsmiigs flfid deftt Havl time is and held he Mayer thai PrdTem and District i council member Ramon Chapa has recently begus getting people tn the West Efid interested and organized in crimewatch Ramon is breaking some of the barriers down there for The key is education and doing 1 am proud ef the fact that people have gotten some done but there Is More we can be Mayer Crossword S1 55 AI6H famed 56 Nimble feature Trash CdrttlnuecHromPagelA The board was concerned about the potential longevity of the landfill after said his firm is interested in hauling garbage from otherjareas like Seguin and San Marcos to the New although they said most garbage would still go to landfills in San An tonio and Austin as is done BPI representatives said they would reconsider such a move if it was against the wishes of the Both firms utilize modern technology in landfill management and operate landfills within other communities The firms also told the board that they have performed engineering studies and soil tests of the landfill at their com panys The board is expected to make a decision on the future management of the landfill within the next IS Aldin source 16 Light blue 1 Birth fremulbus 20 21 aftd Ifikls 23 Garden Hem 24 Set 6part 26 storms 28 Witch 29 Lastround player 32 Evil spirit 35 Clamors 36 Sock part 37 Mideast land 38 Less 39 Swiss city 40 Flipper 41 Endures 42 Plague 43 Ragged 45 finish 46 Girls Friday 61 Vegas competitor 62 Pay U0 63 Metric unit 64 Time periods 85 Letters DdVVN 1 SweepWg 2 Weapon 3 Belmoht and Woodbine 4 Ghastly 5 Detesting 6 Sdclety 7 Barn sounds 8 Miserly 9 carte 10 Wheat unit 11 Antonyms 12 Struggles 13 Nine form 18 Oriental 22iGarrnfnt 25 Conjunction KlElLlPBPlLlAlTlEBSIPIElD Ll I IDIOMEIAIT lEInBAIPISIt 2 Fuel 29 Penalized 30 inflamed 31 Nomads home 32 Screen 33 Melody 34 Torment 35on guards 38 Marshes 39 Stakes 41 Foundation 42 44 Rudder part 46 Maxims 47 The sea 48 South of Quebec Having wings 50 Illinois city 51 Bundles 52 Rhythm 54 Motif 57 Chemical suffix 59 Scoundrel Continued from Page 1A of a William Raymond Wright on a forgery Arrested 24 he remains in jail on a bond of Kenneth Ray McGraw for the 22 burglary of a Ar rested 12 and in jail in lieu of a CITY COUNCIL A LEADER
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