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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 27, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Records ‘Tuesday, August 27, 1991 Herald-Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas Page 5 * Police Blotter Fire calls ? New Braunfels Police Department £ blotter from 7 am. Aug. 23 to 7 arn. C Aug. 26 (unfounded and no-reports '* not included):Friday morning 7:01 am. — Accident; Seguin at Bridge; Officer A. Celli. 7:27 — Accident; 2600 block San Antonio; Officer Michael Osborne. 7:47 —Traffic stop/citation; Highway 46; Officer J. Wommack. 9:00 — Report on theft/shoplifting; 3700 block Loop 337; Officer Michael Osborne. 9:06 — Serve felony warrant, Hays County Sheriffs Office; Officer J. Villarreal. 9:43 —Traffic stop/citation; Landa Park; Officer J. Wommack. 10:14 — Traffic stop/citation; Common at Viewcrest; Officer J. Wommack. 11:32 — Traffic stop/citation; Seguin at Highway 81; Officer R. Parchman.Friday afternoon $    12:17    — Report on theft/ ^ shoplifting/burglary of a motor vehi-!- cie; Pizza Hut; Officer R. Parchman. 3:04 — Report on supplemental C information from complainant; Anti-£ que Mall; Officer A. Celli. t*.    3:23 — Report on criminal mis- v chief; 200 block Live Oak; Officer v Michael Osborne. ■i 4:03 — Report on criminal tres-" pass; 600 block Guenther, Officer R. * Owens. \    5:22    —    Accident with injuries; IOO block Garza; Officer R. Parchman. I* 5:31 — Report on lost property; IOO block Garden (police department * lobby); Officer A. Celli. 5:43 — Report on domestic distur-I* hance; 1000 block Linde; Officer S. 5 Lange. t I; 5:44 —' Accident; Highway 46 South; Officer M. Kama.Friday evening '*    6:07    p.m.    — Report on drugs/ paraphernalia; Officer S. Lange. 6:12 — Report on domestic disturbance/assault; 200 block Redbud; Officer S. Lange. 6:44 — Report on disturbance/ intoxicated pedestrian; Highway 81 East at Guadalupe bridge; Officer S. Lange. 7:11 — Report on traffic stop; 300 block of West San Antonio; Officer W. Spence. 8:35 — Report on bodily assault; 500 block Seguin; Officer D. Wilson. 8:53 — Report on bodily assault; 200 block West End; Officer S. Lange. ’ 9:21 —Traffic stop/citation; Highway 46 West; Officer W. Spence. 11:00 — Report on overdose; IOO block of Garza; Officer K. Fazzone. 11:12 — Report on traffic stop; Walnut; Officer W. Spence. 11:44 — Report on canine use; Walnut at Landa; Officer S. Gremmer.Saturday morning 12:08 am. — Accident report; IH35 at Wal-Mart; Officer M. Kama. 12:52 — Report on disturbance; 1500 block Lorelei; Officer S. Lange. 1:10 — Report on burglary attempt/burglary of a habitation; Officer D. Wilson. 1:44 — Report on canine use; 381 W. Nacogdoches; Officer S. Gremmer. 3:36 — Report on traffic stop; location not disclosed; Officer W. Spence. 3:45 — Report on moter vehicle registration/traffic stop; 300 block Faust; Officer S. Lange. 5:13 — Report on burglary of a motor vehicle; 300 block Nacogdoches; Officer D. Wilson. 8:49 — Report on burglary of a non-habitatior; Kessler at Kuehler; Officer T. Lange. 9:49 — Report on theft/shoplifting; 300 block Guadacoma; Officer T. Lange. 10:28 — Report on found property; 400 block Beaty; Officer S. Castillo. 11:47 — Traffic stop/warning; Main Plaza; Officer Steven Nicely. 11:56 — Report on theft/ shoplifting/lost property; 300 block Basil; Officer T. Lange.Saturday afternoon 12:47 — Traffic stop/citation; Seguin at Coll; Officer S. Castillo. 1:18 — Domestic disturbance; 200 block Austin; Officer T. Lange. 1:42 — Traffic stop/citation; East San Antonio at Liberty; Officer S. Castillo. 2:01 — Traffic stop/citation; 900 block Land; Officer R. Bell. 2:17 — Accident with injuries; Walnut at IH35; Officer S. Castillo. 2:38 — Accident; 200 block IH35; Officer T. Lange. 3:44 — Report on intoxicated driver, 2800 block Katy; Officer S. Castillo. 3:50 — Report on criminal mischief; HOO block IH35 West (Wal-Mart); Officer T. Lange. 4:07 — Report on intoxicated pedestrian; 200 block Plum; Officer J. McEachem. 4:11 — Report on burglary of a habitation/theft/shoplifting; 200 block School Avenue; Officer R. Bell. 4:29 — Hit and run accident; IH35 at Ruckle (Texaco); Officer K. Clayton. 5:05 — City violation; 400 block Torrey; Officer T. Lange.Saturday evening 9:06 p.m. — Report on criminal mischief; 400 block South; Officer P. Peterson. 9:09 —Traffic stop/citation; Highway 81 at Loop 337; Officer J. Wommack. 9:23 — Report on criminal mischief; 400 South; Officer P. Peterson. 9:47 — Report on burglary of a motor vehicle; 200 block San Antonio; Officer D. Ives. 11:27 — Domestic disturbance/ meet with complainant; 600 block Bavarian; Officer Usbaldo Patino. 11:55 — Misdemeanor arrest/ disturbance; 200 block Merriwcather; Officer R. Benitez.Sunday morning 12:48 arn. — Accident; 500 block Camp; Officer J. Jamison. 1:17 —Traffic stop/citation; IH35 South; Officer J. Wommack. 1:41 — Report on disturbance; 900 block IH35; Officer R. Benitez. 2:31 — Report on burglary of a habitation; IOO block Morales; Officer R. Benitez. 4:55 — Misdemeanor arrest/fight in progress; IOO block IH35; Officer R. Benitez. 10:55 — Illegal parking/citation; New Braunfels; Officer T. Lange. 11:16 — Liquor law violation; New Braunfels; Officer T. Lange. 11:45 — Report on theft/ shoplifting; IOO block IH35 West; Officer R. Bell.Sunday afternoon 12:49 p.m. — Report on follow-up investigation; location undisclosed; Officer R. Diaz. 1:34 — Traffic stop/citation; Grant; Officer T. Lange. 1:54 — Traffic stop/citation; Lincoln at Union; Officer T. Lange. 2:14 — Report on burglary of a habitation; IOO block Perryman; Officer R. Bell. 2:46 — Accident; Loop 337 at Common; Officer T. Lange. 3:03 — Traffic stop/citation; Union; Officer S. Castillo. 3:57 — Traffic stop/citation; Now-otny; Officer Steven D. Nicely. 4:40 — Traffic stop/citation; San Antonio at Peach; Officer S. Castillo.Sunday evening 7:32 p.m. — Traffic stop/citation; IOO block Landa Park Drive; Officer Steven D. Nicely. 7:44 — Report on accident; Mill Store Plaza; Officer P. Peterson. 8:06 — Report on burglary of a habitation; 800 block Highway 46 South; Officer P. Peterson. 9:09 — Report on theft/shoplifting/ burglary of a motor vehicle; 600 block Guenther, Officer G. Dugger. 9:50 — Misdemeanor arrest/ intoxicated pedestrian; 1300 block Old McQueeney; Officer G. Dugger. New Braunfels Emergency Medical Service and New Braunfels Fire Department calls from 7 arn. August 23 to 7 arn. August 27:Friday 10:02 arn. — EMS; International House of Pancakes construction site, Highway 81, to McKenna Memorial Hospital; fall. 2:21 pm. — EMS; FM306 at Hoffman Lane to McKenna; medical emergency. 3:27 p.m. — EMS; 600 block Lakeview (Eden Home) to McKenna; medical emergency.Saturday 6:16 am. — NBFD; IH35; assist EMS. 4:19 am. — NBFD; Walnut at IH36; assist EMS. 2:33 pm.—EMS; Walnut at IH-35 to McKenna; one transported with minor injuries after motor vehicle accident. 6:58 pm. — EMS; 300 block Wood Road to McKenna; medical emergency.Sunday 12:23 p.m. — EMS; Slumber Falls to McKenna; medical emergency. 12:41 pm. — NBFD; IOO block East Garza; helicopter stand-by. 2:31 pm. — EMS; 800 block American to McKenna; medical emergency. 7:49 p.m. — NBFD; Rock at Johiet; unauthorized bum.Monday 8:06 am. — EMS; 600 block of N. Krueger Ave. to McKenna; medical emergency. 12:08 pm. — EMS; Kirkwood Manor to McKenna; medical emergency. 12:09 — EMS; McKenna to St. Lukes, San Antonio; transfer. 12:58 — NBFD; Interstate 35 S. at York Creek; automobile fire. 1:09 — EMS; Kirkwood Manor to McKenna; medical emergency. 3:46 — EMS; Interstate 35 E./Holiday Inn to McKenna; medical emergency.Births McKenna Memorial Hospital John and Missi Timmermann; Route 2 Box 695-C, New Braunfels; 6-pound 12-ounce girl; Aug. 20.Pawn, gun shop burglary probed The summer burglary season continues as the New Braunfels Police Department is investigating a burglary of a non-habitation that occurred early Tuesday morning at the Hunting Camp gun and pawn shop in New Braunfels, Chief C.R. “Dick” Headen said. “Entry was gained by breaking in the front glass door and prying the bars off,” Headen said. “Patrol Officer Richard Benitez discovered the brcak-in at 3:30 arn.” Around $6,800 worth of guns and miscellaneous merchandise was stolen in the burglary of the business, Headen said. Detective John Villareal will be continuing investigation of the burglary, Headen said. The Hunting Camp, located at 1630 Highway 81 W. in New Braunfels, sells new and used guns, stereos, VCRs, televisions and hunting equipment. IN EMERGENCIESDialHH FIRE POLICE I AMBULANCE I 941 I hat is an annuity? An annuity is a contract issued by an insurance com->any for tne purpose of accumulating funds anc] for the scientific listribution of those funds. Most innuities are purchased as re-irement plans. One of the many idvantages of annuity is that >nce you start receiving the >roceeds you can not out live Ithem. There are several kinds of tnnuities. A single premium deferred lannuity is one where a one time KADERLI INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 165 S SEGUIN AVE. NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXAS 78130 JOHN F KADERLI 5127625-2367 deposit Es made now with the income stream to start coming back at a future date, at retirement for example. Single premium immediate annuity: at retirement some pension funds can be paid in cash to the retiree who then purchases a single premium immeoiate annuity and the income stream starts coming back right away. Flexible premium retirement annuities: the most common use is the funding of an I.R.A. (individual retirement account). Money is deposited on a flexible basis, monthly, annual, or sporadically. When used to fund an I.R.A. the amount deposited up to $2,000 per year is tax deductible. The earnings on all these amounts are tax deferred during the build up of the fund. There is no such thing as a free lunch, therefore, you pay taxes when you start receiving the income stream, but at a favorable rate. L. Carl Fox, LUTCFQ. I have heard that Ginnie Maes (GNMA) might be good for a Person seeking a safe relatively igh rate of return on a monthly basis. What are they, how do they work, and who buys them?A. 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This statement also reports the remaining principal outstanding. The interest payment is the interest that accrues from the 1st of the previous month to the 30th of that month and then is paid on the 15th. GNMAs can be easily sold in the secondary market. It is the second largest market behind the Treasury market. Prices may flucuate relative to interest rates. Purchasers include banks, retirement pension funds, corporations, insurance compa- accounts, and retirees monthly income. Stan Cunningham Investment RepresentativeQ. Will Medicare cover me in a nursing home?A. Medicare does a good job for most people in most situations. However, changing health care deliver in America has left some people feoling confused and with out adequate protection. Medicare reimbursement for hospital care is 91%, physician and medical services are reimbursed 59%. Home health care 11% and convalescent nursing facility only 2%. 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