New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 1, 1991, Page 4

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung October 1, 1991

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 1, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Records Page 4Heraki-Zattung, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, October 1, 1991 Police Blotter New Braunfels Police Department Blotter from 7 a.m. Sept. 26 to 7 a.m. Sc pH. 30 (unfounded and no-rcports not included): Thursday morning 7:40 a m. — Traffic stop/citation; Spur 3; Officer R. Diaz. 8:02 — Traffic stop/citation; Spur 3 at Hidalgo; Officer R. Diaz. 8:48 — Report on found property; Canyon Automotive; Officer R. Parchman. 8:49 — Traffic stop/citation; Main Plaza; Off cer J. Wommack. 9:02 — Traffic stop/citation; San Antonio St.; Officer J. Wommack. 9:20 — Traffic stop/citation; W. San Antonio St.; Officer R. Diaz. 9:21 — Report on overdose; 2500 block of Loop 337; Officer A. Celli. 9:59 — Traffic stop/citation; W. San Antonio St.; Officer P. Villareal. 10:35 — Report on bodily assault; 111 Garden St.; Officer R. Diaz. Thursday afternoon 12:01 p.m. — Report on theft/ shoplifting; 111 Garden St.; Officer R. Parchman. 1:44 — Traffic stop/citation; Spur at Plum; Officer J. Wommack. 2:03 — Traffic stop/citation; W. San Antonio St.; Officer R. Diaz. 2:56 — Traffic stop/citation; Academy at W. San Antonio; Officer K. Clayton. 3:45 — Report on terroristic threat; 4(X) block of Barcelona; Officer R. Parchman. 3:49 — Accident report/property damage; Loop at Common; Officer A. Celli. 4:27 — Accident report/property damage; Walnut at W. Mill; Officer P. Villareal. 5:51 — Accident report/property damage; Eastman al Interstate 35; Officer S. Lange. Thursday evening 7:09 p.m. — Traffic stop/citation; Highway 46 S.; Officer W. Spence. 7:20 — Traffic stop/citation; Highway 46 S./Clear Springs; Officer W. Spence. 8:05 — Report tm theft/shoplifting; Seguin Avc./Pit Stop; Officer M. Mayer. 8:39 — Motor vehicle registration citation; Cypress; Officer W. Spence. 8:46 — Report on fight in progress/ bodily assault; Rucckle Road/Pit Stop; Officer D. Wilson. 9:09 — Report on canine use; Officer S. Lange. 9:46 — Report on criminal mischief; 1200 block of San Antonio; Officer S. Nicely. 10:12 — Report on criminal mischief; Ohio at Brentwood; Officer S. Nicely. 11:51 — Report on bodily assault; 111 Garden St.; Officer M. Mayer. 11:56 — Report on theft/ shoplifting; 400 block of Comal St.; Officer W Spence. 11:57 — Report on traffic stop; Officer S. Nicely. Friday morning 1:34 am. — Traffic stop/citation; Officer W. Spence. 1:54 — Report on traffic stop; Highway 46 al Sauder Dr.; Officer VV. Spence 2:26 — Report on disturbance; 300 block of Briarwood; Officer T. Gonzales. 3:30 — Traffic stop/citation; Officer VV Spence. 3:56 — Report on traffic stop; Seguin Ave. at Nacogdoches; Officer D. Wilson. 8:18 - Accident report; Walnut at Wood; Officer A. Celli. 9:24 Accident report/property damage; HEB; Officer A Celli. 9:50 — Report on theft/shoplifting; Auto Repairs, Officer R. Diaz. 9:52 — Accident report/property damage; Walnut at W. San Antonio; Officer R. Bell. Friday afternoon 12:52 — Accident report/property damage; Liberty at E. San Antonio; Officer R. Parchman. 2:19 — Report on accident/ property damage/failure to stop; Highway 81 E.; Officer A. Celli. 5:04 — Report on lost property; Comal County Fairgrounds; Officer K. Clayton. Friday evening 7:36 — Traffic stop/citation; 1200 block of W. San Antonio; Officer S. Nicely. 7:48 — Traffic stop/citation; W. San Antonio at Walnut; Officer S. Nicely. 9:59 — Report on reckless driving; Loop 337 at Common St.; Officer D. Wilson. 10:14 — Report on family disturbance; 500 block of Buttercup; Officer K. Fazzone. 10:30 — Report on terroristic threat; 400 block of Rusk; Officer W. Spence. Saturday morning 12:21 a m. — Report on speak with officer, 3501 Interstate 35/Pit Stop; Officer S. Lange. 3:47 —Traffic stop/citation; Interstate 35; Officer W. Spence. 9:15 — Report on special assignment/serve municipal warrant; Comal County Jail; Officer T. Lange. 11:42 — Traffic stop/citation; San Antonio at Walnut; Officer S. Castillo. Saturday afternoon 12:41 p.m. — Report on bodily assault; 111 Garden St.; Officer M. Garcia. 1:08 —Traffic stop/citation; Loop at Common; Officer M. Osborne. 2:52 — Traffic stop/citation; Tricity; Officer M. Garcia. 3:05 — Traffic stop/citation; 800 block of Landa St.; Officer M. Garcia. 3:11 — Report on theft/shoplifting; Interstate 35/K Mart; Officer M. Osborne. 4:07 — Traffic stop/citation; 600 block of East Ave.; Officer M. Garcia. 4:37 — Report on terroristic threat; Interstate 35/Popcye’s; Officer T. Lange. Saturday evening 6:53 — Report on all other offenses; 600 block of Highway 81 W,; Officer S. Grcmmcr. 7:01 — Misdemeanor arrest/ intoxicated pedestrian; 315 Seguin/ Bluebonnet Motors; Officer D. Ives. 7:32 — Traffic stop/citation; Loop at Landa; Officer ll. Patino. 8:03 — Traffic stop/citation/traffic control; Camp Joy at Amdt; Officer J. Wommack. 9:03 — Report on family disturbance; 400 block of San Antonio St.; Officer D. Ives. 10:04 — Report on arrested subject; Comal County Fairgrounds/ Common St. gale; Officer J. Jamison. 10:13 — Report on arrested subject/escort; from Main Plaza; Officer R. Bench/. 10:35 — Report on bodily assault; 111 Garden St.; Officer G. Dugger. 10:51 —Traffic stop/citation; Mcr-riweather at Highway Kl; Officer J. Wommack. 11:02 — Report on suspicious circumstances; 700 block of San Antonio St.; Officer D. Ives. 11:36 Report on burglary of habitation; Michigan at Live Oak; Officer U. Patino. 11:45 Report on arrested subject/bodily assault; Comal County Fairgrounds; Officer S. Nicely. 11:51 — Report on criminal mischief; 300 block of Camp; Officer P. Peterson. Hwrald-Zettung Published Sunday morning, Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday and Friday after nouns by New Braunfels Herald Zeitung. 707 Landa St., or PO. Drawer 311328, New Braunfeh. Terns 78131 1328 Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels Herald Zeitung ai New Braunfeh, Texas. DAVID SULLENS Editor and Publisher JANINE GREEN Managing Editor CHERYL DUVALL Business Manager KAREN REININGER Classified Manager JIM HORNBECK Advertising Director CAROL ANN AVERY Circulation Manager GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman Corner delivered in Comal and duad al ape counties three months, $12 VO, six months, 12230, one year. $4000 SenUrr Citizens Discount (carrier delivery only) su months. $10 25, one year. $34 OO Mail delivery outside Comal County, in Texas three months, $22.50, su months, $40VO, one year, $75.00 Mail outside texas: six months, $5250; one year, 18750 lf you have nut received your newspaper by 5 30pm Tuesday through Friday, or by 7 30 am Sunday, call 625 0144 or 658 IVOO by 7 pm and ll a m , respectively Postmaster: Send address changes lo P O Drawer 311328, New Braunfeh, Texas 78131 1328 Sunday morning 12:19 a.m. — Report on arrested subject/bodily assault; Comal County Fairgrounds; Officer P. Peterson. 12:58 — Report on disturbance; Union Ave. at North/Circle K Food Store; Officer J. Jamison. 1:20 — Traffic stop/citation; Highway 725; Officer J. Wommack. 1:30 — Report on theft/shoplifting; 111 Garden St.; Officer G. Dugger. 1:33 — Report on bodily assault; McKenna Memorial Hospital; Officer S. Nicely. 1:44 — Report on missing person; 600 block of Simon St.; Officer G. Dugger. 10:12 — Report on criminal mischief; 1200 block of Interstate 35; Officer M. Osborne. 11:33 — Traffic stop/citation; Liberty Ave.; Officer M. Osborne. Sunday afternoon 1:26 p.m. — Report on theft/ shoplifting; 300 block of Highway 46 S.; Officer M. Garcia. 3:25 — Report on criminal mischief; 111 Garden St.; Officer M. Garcia. 3:40 — Report on criminal mischief; 300 block of Interstate 35 W.; Officer M. Garcia. 4:16 — Accident report/property damage; Torrey at Mulberry; Officer M. Osborne. 4:51 — Report on thcft/shoplifling; 1400 block of Highway 46/ San N Pac; Officer M. Osborne. Sunday evening 6:08 — Report on burglary of habitation; 400 block of California; Officer D. Ives. 6:43 — Report on speak with officer; IOO block of Luckett; Officer P. Peterson. 7:56 — Traffic stop/citation; Walnut at Landa; Officer U. Patino. 9:40 — Report on theft/shoplifting; 1592 San Antonio St./Sac N Pac; Officer R. Benitez. 10:27 — Report on criminal mischief; behind Ortiz’s; Officer G. Dugger. 11:24 — Report on burglary of habitation; 1800 block of Katy; Offic-cr4J. Patino. Monday morning 12:30 a.m. — Report on speak with officer; UK) block of Luckett; Officer P. Peterson. 12:59 — Citation; 1565 Highway 81/l.angtry Apartments; Officer P. Peterson. 4:32 — Report on canine use; Interstate 35 at Watson Lane; Officer S. Nicely. Summary 319 total calls for service. Total response time: 10:37, average was :02. Total on-site time: 10:09, average was :2I. Total expired lime: 27:08, average was :24. Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Irene and Benne Gutierrez. Jr.; 1131 Gardenia, New Braunfels; 7-pound 7-ouncc girl; Sept. 26. John and Tcrriah Zuschlag; RR 8 Box 88, New Braunfels; 6-pound 10-ouncc and 5-pound 5-ouncc twin girls; Sept. 26. Jose Alfredo arid Laura Altamirano; 128 Rosedale, New Braunfels; 4-pound 13-ounce girl; Sept. 27. Ingrid and William H. Long; 14423 Edgemont, San Antonio; 9-pound 6-ouncc boy; Sept. 27. Sales staff Volunteers with Friends of the Dittlinger Memorial Library already are preparing for the annual book sale, to be held Friday and Saturday and the Municipal Complex. Among those organizing books donated for the sale are, from left, Marcella Dialy, Betty Cook and Arlene Sedgwick. (Photo by Annelies Schlickenrieder) Fire calls New Braunfels Emergency Medical Service and fire calls from 7 a.m. Sept. 26to7a.m.Oct. I: Thursday 6:29 a.m. — NBFD; Solms Road; vehicle fire. 9:22 — EMS; New Braunfels High School to McKenna Memorial Hospital; medical emergency. 9:49 - EMS; Eden Home to McKenna; medical emergency. 12:32 p.m. — NBFD; Main at Ver-amcndi; chemical spill. Friday 12:14 a m. — EMS; Comal County Fairgrounds to McKenna; medical emergency. 10:16 —EMS; Kirkwood Manor to McKenna; medical emergency. 4:38 p.m. — Fairgrounds to McKenna; medical emergency. 7:04 — EMS; Colonial Manor to McKenna; medical emergency. 7:59 - NBFD; 1175 Farm to Market Road306; gasoline leak. Saturday 1:51 a m. — EMS; 200 block of Loma Vista lo McKenna; medical emergency. 9:01 — EMS; IOO block of Loma Vista to McKenna; medical Marriage Licenses Comal County marriages: Ralph Lloyd Micklcy and Margaret Robinson of Bulverde. Stanley Louis Georg and Susan Busch of San Antonio. Thomas Edward Williams and Kimberley Kaye Wood of New Braunfels. Thomas Moreno and GraciclaGon- Court /ales of New Braunfels. David Barboza and Maria Teresa Roque Alvarez, of New Braunfels. Paul Logan Valdcpcna and Tonia Yvette Thiel of Canyon Lake. Jorge Luis Esquivel and Kathy Ann Matlhiesen of San Antonio. Ricardo Mcrwyn Ncuben and Mary Rita Novak of Bulverde. Tony Randall Pcirsol and Jody Elaine Falkenbcrg of Canyon Lake. Dan Elbert McCarty and Lee Carroll McGovern of San Antonio. emergency. 9:12 — NBFD; 1275 Gruene Road; alarm system malfunction. 3:51 p.m. — EMS; Eden Home to McKenna; medical emergency.    ; 7:12 — EMS; McKenna to Santa Rosa Childrens Hospital, San Antonio.    I 7:53 — EMS; McKenna to Edc^i Home; transfer. Sunday 2:00 a.m. — EMS; McKenna to Downtown Baptist Hospital, San Antonio; medical transfer. 4:00 — NBFD; McKenna Memorial Hospital; alarm system malfunction. 10:58 — EMS; 400 block of Laurel Lane to McKenna; medical emergency. 3:52 p.m. — NBFD; 575 Commerce; stand by/gas meter struck by car. • Monday 11:07 a.m. — NBFD; HOO block of Church Hill Drive; unauthorized bum.    r: 12:15 p.m. — EMS; Ruckle Ro^d at Morningside to McKenna; medical emergency. 4:50 — EMS; 1800 block of Cross to McKenna; medical emergency. 8:21 — EMS; Jack In The Box rn McKenna; medical emergency. Comal County Court-At-Law dispositions: Helen Milby Jack of Canyon Lake; DWI; six months jail, IO days jail shock, two years probation, $750 fine, $203.50 court cost. James Wade Hcrchcr of Waco; resisting arrest; 180 days jail, three days jail shock, one year probation, $500 fine, $133.50 coun cost. Ramon Bustamcnic of the 200 block of Magnolia; DWI; 60 days jail, $1000 fine, $178.50 court cost, $125 court appointed attorney cost. Ramon Bustamcnic of the 200 block of Magnolia; DWI, second offense; 60 days jail, $1000 fine, $178.50 court cost, $125 court appointed attorney cost. Ignacio Flores III of San Antonio; evading arrest; $300 fine, $133.50 court cost. Don’t Forget To (tuft* th* gas* In Today’s Herald-Zeltiuig In addition tho cash priza of $25 - $50, th* winner will receive tickets to the Wurstfest grounds and the Wursthalte, food and drink tickets, children’s rides tickets, and an official Wurstfest Mug Count ail the Opas holding a newspaper tach day, Sunday thru Friday. An official entry blank will be in Friday's Herald-Zeduna N you are not a current (paid-up) subscriber to the Herald-Zeitung there is still time - start your subscription and double the prize money! Don't Miss An Issue I    Ceti Teds? 625-9144 Public Notice On June 28, 1901, Southwestern Bell Telephone Company (Southwestern Bell) filed an application with the Public Utility Commission of Texas (Commission) to add a new optional service offering for business Private Branch Exchange (PBX) Trunk customers called Digital lx>op Service. The application has been assigned Docket No. 10461. Digital lioop Service provides digital transmission of circuit switched voice and data communications between the customer’s premises and the central office. This service allows the customer to use a 1.544 Mbps facility capable of delivering up to 24 line terminations. Southwestern Hell will provide Digital Ixiop Service within the customer's serving central office where facilities are available. lf approved by the Commission, the rules for the Digital lxx>p Service facilities will be $145 per month for each digital transmission loop arrangement which provides a capacity of up to 24 line terminations, plus $5 per month for each line termination and $9 per month for each channel termination. The proposed rate for the unlimited use of the central office varies from $12.25 up to $18.90 per month for each line termination depending on the rate group classification, determined by the customer's location. Southwestern Bell estimates revenue of $2.1 million from this offering during the first year. As proposed by Southwestern Bell, customers who currently receive digital loop compatibility through facilities Installed under a special construction agreement will have the option to receive their current digital loop arrangements pursuant to the Digital D>op Service Tariff or continue to pay their current charges until they make a change of location or account. Any Increase In the number of line terminations to a customer’s current digital transmission loop arrangement will be provided pursuant lo the proposed Digital l/xip Service Tariff; however, the customer will continue to have the option of paying current charges for the existing digital transmission loop capacity. Southwestern Bell's proposal to "grandfather* existing digital loop facility arrangements Is subject lo review and approval by the Commission. Persons who wish to Intervene or otherwise participate In these proceedings should notify the Commission as soon as possible, but not later than October 15, 1991. A request lo Intervene, participate, or for further Information should be malled to the Public Utility Commission of Texas, 7800 Shoal Creek Blvd., Suite 4(X)N, Austin, Texas 78757. Further Information may also be obtained by calling the Public Utility Commission Public Information Office at (512) 458 0256. The telecommunications device for Hie deaf (IDI)) number Is (512)458 0221. @ Southwestern Bell Telephone ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: October 1, 1991

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