New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 24, 1991, Page 5

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 24, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas RecordsTuesday, December 24,1991    Herald-Zi/fu/ig,    New    Braunfels,    Texas    Page    5 Blotter Officers of the New Braunfels Police Department responded to the following calls. Unfounded reports are not included. Friday morning Dec. 20 7:07 a.m. — Report on criminal mischief; 1600 block of U.S. 81; Officer R. Parchman. 7:54    — Report on theft/shoplifting; 600 block of Landa Street; Officer A. Celli. 8:11 — Report on burglary of motor vehicle/criminal mischief; 400 block of Laurel Lane; Officer P. , Villarreal. 9:14 — Report on unauthorized use/missing person; Rodeway Inn; Officer R. Parchman. 9:36 — Traffic stop/citation; Rueckle Road/Pit Stop; Officer P. Villareal. 9:51 — Accident report/property damage; River Road at Rock Street; Officer A. Celli. 10:25 — Traffic stop/citation; Texas 46; Officer P. Villareal. 10:53 — Report on criminal mischief; 900 Encino Drive; Officer P. Villareal. 11:17 — Accident report/property damage; Seguin Avenue at Main Plaza; Officer A. Celli. 11:18    —    Report    on theft/shoplifting; IOO block of Garza Street; Officer R. Diaz. Friday afternoon 12:14 p.m. — Traffic stop/citation; Rodriguez Street; Officer R. Parchman. 12:57    —    Report    on theft/shoplifting; 1300 block of Mesquite Avenue; Officer P. Villareal. 1:01 — Report on forgery; 601 U.S. 81/Kroger, Officer R. Diaz. 1:37 — Report on criminal mischief; Valley View Lane; Officer P. Villareal. 1:56 — Report on burglary of motor vehicle; Bluebonnet Avenue; Officer A. Celli. 2:30 — Report on disturbance; 200 block of Mill Street. 4:21 — Accident report on private <t property; Blockbuster Video; Officer R. Diaz. Friday evening 7:31 — Report on family disturbance; 400 block of l^orth Street; Officer S. Nicely. 8:54 — Report on family disturbance; 300 block of Interstate 35; Officer T. Gonzales. 9:47 — Report on bodily assault; McKenna Hospital; Officer T. Gonzales. 11:28 — Accident report/injury; Blockbuster Video; Officer M. Mayer. 11:57 — Report on suspicious person; 300 block of Peach Avenue; Officer U. Patino. S Saturday morning Dec. 21 1:56 a.m. — Report on family disturbance; 200 block of Red Bud; Officer M. Mayer. 2:20 — Report on burglary of motor vehicle; 1500 block of U.S. 81; Officer K. Fazzone. 2:20 — Report on canine use; 1565 U.S. 81/Langtry Apartments; Officer S. Nicely. 3:20 — Report on burglary of motor vehicle; 1565 U.S. 81/Langtry Apartments; Officer K. Fazzone. 5:34 — Report on intoxicated pedestrian; Kettle restaurant; Officer K. Fazzone. 8:38    — Report on theft/shoplifting; 1500 block of Katy Street; Officer M. Osborne. 9:31 — Report on burglary on non-habitation/criminal mischief; 1000 block of U.S. 81; Officer T. Lange. 10:27 — Report on forgery; Handy Andy; Officer M. Garcia. 10:40 — Report on burglary of motor vehicle (three reports); 1565 U.S. 81/Langtry Apartments; Officer T. Lange. 11:01 — Report on burglary of motor vehicle; 1565 U.S. 81/Langtry Apartments; Officer R. Bell. 11:51 — Accident report on private property; Handy Andy; Officer R. Bell. Saturday afternoon 12:05 p.m. — Report on lost property; 200 block of Rio Drive; Officer M. Garcia. 1:26 — Felony arrest on warrant; Walnut Avenue at Landa Street; Officer M. Garcia. 3:09 — Traffic stop/citation; Seguin Avenue at Bridge Street; Officer J. Wommack. 3:39 — Report on criminal mischief; McKenna Hospital; Officer T. Lange. 3:54 — Report on criminal mischief; IOO block of Luckett Street; Officer R. Bell. Saturday evening 6:30 — Accident report/property damage; Handy Andy; Officer U. Patino. 10:48 — Traffic stop/citation; 300 block of E. San Antonio Street; Officer M. Mayer. 10:52 — Report on canine use/narcotics; 300 block of E. San Antonio Street; Officer S. Lange. 10:59 — Report on burglary of habitation; 2700 block of San Antonio Street; Officer U. Patino. Sunday morning Dec. 22 1:05 a.m. — Report on burglary of habitation; 2000 block of Katy Street; Officer U. Patino. 1:26 — Report on fight in progress; Mill Street at Plum Avenue; Officer U. Patino. 1:49    — Report on theft/shoplifting; Texas 46 at Interstate 35/Chevron; Officer K. Fazzone. 3:19 — Report on fight in progress; 1500 block of Pams Path; Officer M. Mayer. 4:29 — Report on family disturbance; 1500 block of Katy Street; Officer U. Patino. 4:30 — Report on bodily assault; 600 block of Magazine Avenue; Officer M. Mayer. 5:26 — Report on runaway; NBPD; Officer W. Spence. 5:43 — Report on disturbance; 600 block of Magazine Avenue; Officer M. Garcia. 10:26    —    Accident report/injury/property damage; Landa Street/underpass; Officer M. Garcia. 11:53 — Traffic stop/citation; Main Plaza; Officer M. Osborne. Sunday afternoon 5:16 p.m. — Traffic stop/citation; 800 block of Landa Street; Officer M. Garcia. 5:24 — Report on city violation; 700 block of Hill Avenue; Officer M. Garcia. 5:42 — Accident report/property damage; New Braunfels RV Park; Officer D. Waldrip. Sunday evening 6:25 — Report on canine use/building search; 300 block of Guenther; Officer S. Lange. 6:43 — Report on found property; 200 block of Rio Drive; Officer K. Fazzone. 7:15 — Report on runaway; 1400 block of San Antonio Street; Officer U. Patino. 7:25 — Report on forgery; Farm to Market Road 306/Pit Stop; Officer K. Fazzone. 7:46 — Report on request to speak with officer; IOO block of Rosa Parks; Officer D. Wilson. 8:02 — Report on bomb threat; 1200 block of Seguin Street; Officer D. Wilson. 9:26 — Report on disturbance; 1400 block of San Antonio Street; Officer M. Mayer. 10:27 — Report on disturbance; 2100 block of San Antonio Street; Officer D. Wilson. 11:19 — Report on serve warrant; Comal County Jail; Officer U. Patino. 11:44 — Traffic stop/citation; IOO block of Rosa Parks; Officer S. Lange. 11:55 — Report on canine use; Farm to Market Road 725/Sac N Pac; Officer S. Gremmer. 11:58 — Traffic stop/citation; Farm to Market Road 725 at Trade Center Drive; Officer S. Gremmer. District institutes safety program By ROBERT STEWART Blaff Writer Another phase of the Comal Independent School District’s cost containment effort as they continue to deal with several years of state funding losses is a safety incentive/training program. To show the district’s appreciation for safe working habits, safety pins were presented to approximately 40 percent of employees in the custodial and maintenance departments at the December board meeting. The two groups of safety pin recipients had no accidents or injuries during one- and three-year periods, said Roy Linnartz, CISD director of buildings and grounds. “The ones gelling their three-year pins are some of the folks who have not 'sustained an injury since we started the program," Linnartz said. ‘The years in between there we’ve had folks coming on every year getting first year pins." The program was approved by the Comal 1SD Board of Trustees in April 1989. Since that time, the maintenance department has held numerous inservice meetings stressing safe-work habits. These habits include proper lifting procedures to reduce back injuries, wearing seat bells, safety glasses, and hearing protection devices, Linnartz said. UNimmATKSHANkKt PIC YICK KLIMM KR I OF ARIZONA Chapter ll.Case Nils MO-5052-I HX-GBN lo MO 5075 WIX CHN IN KF: Th* Circle K CurpuruOoii, Circle K CtmvemeiKc Sitars. Im , Circle K Management Company. I .ar Lilt. Ilk. . Him ('tide BmpeiOcv Ilk . UkfteM. Inc , I UiteM Markets** Ari/tata. Ilk . U ItrtcM til Alabama. Ilk . LmcM Ci**atl<> Ilk . Utter M it Miami. Ilk .Tic Ilk System*. Ilk . Mimierre Properties. Ilk . St*»p A (in. Inc .Click* K (ienrial. Ilk ,Circle k Hawaii. Inc . Combined Amotion Co. ( liar lei Moi Wrung ( im ii) wily. (‘hafter Marketing Company (Connecticut). Mr B's Oil Co.. Inc . Mi B's food Mart. Inc . NPI Corpoi alkin. Old Colony Petroleum Company. Inc.. Ness England Petroleum Distributors. Inc . and 44lh Street A Camelback Limited Partnership. DEBTORS. HUULtUt BAH !>AltUJK I lit tlLL&SJt MILA* ULLLAIS1 NC JI ICE IS H LKLBY (ii VLN Dial. pursuant ti i an i adet i < this ( i mu I dated November 21. IMMI. and in accordance with Bankruptcy Rule Kiltie), all persons and entities, including individuals, partnerships, estates, (rusts, and governmental units (except those persons described below I who are creditors who have not been sent any previous make bom the IX'btorsot a bar date kit tiling proofs ut claim and who assert or contend that they have a claim againM the iiebtors that arose (Mi or before May 15. I MHO. ilk* date ut the commencement ut (lr above c apt MMrd chainer ii cases. MI JST IHI A PKC M rf (X CLAIM on or before 4 OO p m . mountain stamiaid line chi January 23. IMM2 (dr Bar Dale "), by mailing or delivering a piool ol claim form lo the Clerk. Untied Stales Bankruptcy (out I. 2 hi Not lh Isl Avenue. Ptnrnu. Arizona K5025, so that it is actually received on oi before the lur Cai. st t it put nu sui < I aim WH I HL DI I MI D FILED ONLY WHI N I HEV AKI ACTUALLY REC UVU) the Debtors include dr enlilrs listed iii dr above case c apt nut ALL PERSONS OR ENTITIES AFFECTED HY I HIS NHI It I WHO FAIL TO FILE PROOFS OF CLAIM ON OR Bl HIKE IHI HAR DATE SHALL BE FOREVER BARRED I ROM vol INO UPON OK RECEIVING DISTRIBUTION UNDER ANY PLAN OR Pl ANS til REORGANIZATION HJR ANY OL THE DI ll I ORS. AND Will Bl FOREVER BARRED FROM ASSERTING ANY SUCH Cl AIM AGAINST ANY OF THE DEB JORS OR I HEIR SUCCESSORS OR ASSIGNS UPON CONFIRMATION OF THE PLAN CJB Pl.ANS Au used herein, “claim" shall mean (a) right to payment, whether or nut such right is reduced to judgment, liquidated, unliquidated, lined, contingent. matured, unmatured, disputed, undisputed, legal, equitable secured or unsecured, or (b) right lo an equitable remedy fur breach ut performance if such breach fives rise to a right of payment, whether or not such right to an equitable remedy is reduced to judgment, fixed, contingent, matured, unmatured, disputed, undisputed, secured, or unsecured Any crcdilot atti c ted by this Notice has mg a claim Of )kMein tai claim against any ut die Detains, no matter tkiw remote or contingent, must file a proof ol claim «mi or before Hie Bai Date (’hints attested by this NtMice ilk luck. bul arc mn limited lo. claims concerning directly or indi redly (I Itlic cleanup ol environmental i cleaves. (21 damages caused by enviMMimeitlal irleases. (3) workers* compensation claims. (4) ck»%ed workers’ ciMH|ieiisaiioii claims that may be ieopcik*d at a later date under appl ti. able stale workers' compensation law . or 15) outstanding iik>iicv nidcis issued by any ol ilk* Debtors heinie May 15, IMMU l ire billowing persons oi entities who may be attested by this NtMicc stiall neverltiekss ikM he requited lo bk a |Moot ol shim (Daily pails who luis already likd a po ml of claim against Hie DebUNs with ilk* ( lei k ol the United States Bankru|)icy Court lot ilk- District of Ari/iaia (2) any sic tie ii lure holder iksiring lo preserve Us uiklisputcd tecord skhcnlurc claim kN tire amount ot the debt. (J) any silk Guilder dcsnmg lo preserve Us undisputed record siikk interest, oi (4) any |>aiiy who elect* instead to present, or has already picscnicd tor payment any out standing money older issued by any ut the Debtors belsire May 15, PWD I HI BAR DAFFi CONTAINED HEREIN DOLS SOI APPLY TO THE CLAIMS OI ( RI DI I OKS IO WHOM A PREVIOUS OR MMU! IANEGUS NOI K I HAS At Kl ADY Bl I N SI NT BY MAU IHI I ARI I EK BAR DAIL SI I LOK I Ii IN SI ( H PREVIOUS NOTH I SHAU Bl BINDING UPON SUCH CKI DOORS Pinole ol chill) shall conloiin substantially to the nitu tai bankiupk y Im ms Such pinuls ut chun must nu hide copies ol any invoices, state menu, iii ottwi ikkUiiknl* es idem mg ilk* aiiknnit and Ilk* basis ol ilk* chilli    , I.IlmU id Ilk Del>lois to otMain Ilk* tiling ut plods ut ,hun puisuanl lo this MiMice im any tibet1 notice shall ism imply that Ilk* I A lums will accept such piikils ut ihon as valid and allowable it ami wlkii ilks ate lik’d Instead, there is. ami w ill he. a complete reset sat ion ot all de Ie uses and objec isms co any (anole ut claim (ilk hiding bul ma limited to. all de knees and objections arising from Hie expnaluai ol any statute ol ImntatkHis upplu able lo any such chun). Addn tonal minimal ion concerning Hie tiling ol a piool oi claim may he obtained by contacting T he Circle K Corporation. Baiikiuplc) Department. PC) Bos 520M4. Phoenix. Ariionu H5072. telephone th02)22V KM27. Deled Decemhei 24. IVV! BY ORDER UP THE COURT THE HONK WABLE GEORGE B NIELSEN. JR UNITED STATES BANKRUPTCY JUDGE Caring gift Members of Senior Resources recently bagged up groceries for the residents of Laurel Plaza Apartments. From left, Eva Olvera, Hortensla Hernandez. V. Rodriguez. Patrick K. Lacombe of Semior Resources, Pat Hernandez and Mary Gomez, site manager. (Photo by Bill Ervin) Horoscope By Stella Wilder Born today, you are capable of expressing yourself with such grace and aplomb that you will rarely want for anything all your life. There will be times, of course, in which merely expressing your desires won’t be enough; certainly, you will have to know how to work for what you want — and you will certainly learn how, and in no time, too! There are contradictions in your temperament that may make things difficult in times of emotional stress and uncertainty. You think in terms which are entirely your own, and your attitudes and beliefs are unique. You know how to follow the rules, but you also know how to change the rules to suit your own needs. This is especially true in romance — where your success is likely to be quite remarkable. Alto bom on this dot# or#: Howard Hug baa, legendary financier, Ava Gardner, actress; John Metua-zak, football player. To see what is in store for you tomorrow. find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph Let your birthday star be your daily guide WEDNESDAY, DEC. 25 - CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jat You’ll remember much of you, ald-hood today, and get in touch with your spiritual roots at the same time AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. IS) -You’ll awake in high spirits, and though they may be threatened once, the day will be overwhelmingly positive. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) - A search for a missing item is likely to uncover a wealth of surprises today. You can’t keep a good snoop down* ARIES (March 21-Apri) ll) - Your feelings may be hurt early in the day — not by what you hear, but by what you don’t hear. Later, amends made TAURUS (April 20-May 29) -You’ll get a good look at yourself -or, rather, a “reflection' of yoursel* — before the day is out. Be prepared GEMINI (May 21-Juae 20) - You mav not Uke the tooe the day adopts early on — but you can make changes that have everyone rejoicing before long CANCER (Jane 21-Jaly 22) - The repetition of certain promises today can pay off mightily in ways you hadn t expected Daddy Christmas Love, Jeremy & Rumaldo Jr. New Years Deadlines So that our employees may spend Christmas with their family and friends, we will be .... Closed Wednesday, January, 1st our advertising deadlines have been changed to accommodate Retail & Classified Display . 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