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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 9, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zettung g Tuesday, December 9,1997 Q 3 Police Beat ■ A New Braunfels man reported Wednesday from the 200 block of East Faust Street that someone stole three sanders and a cassette player, worth $250. Police said there was no sign of forced entry and there were no suspects or witnesses. ■ A businesses in the IOO block of Interstate 35 West reported Wednesday that someone stole an undetermined amount of currency, a lock box and business checks. Police said there was no sign of forced entry and there were no suspects. ■ New Braunfels Police arrested a 48-year-old New Braunfels woman Friday at midnight in the 1500 block of West Mill Street for a no insurance warrant and driving while license suspended. Police said bond was set at $489. ■ New Braunfels Police arrested a 27-year-old New Braunfels man Friday at 1:20 a.m. in the IOO block of Texas 46 South for public intoxication. ■ New Braunfels Police arrested a 25-year-old San Antonio man Friday at 5 a.m. in the HOO block of Interstate 35 South for public intoxication and three warrants for failure to appeal, driving across center median and no insurance. Police said bond was set at $530. ■ New Braunfels Police arrested a 17-year-old New Braunfels man Friday at 11:45 p.m. in the 1500 block of West Mill Street for a minor -in possession of alcohol and a warrant for disorderly conduct. ■ New Braunfels Police arrested an 18-year-old Seguin woman Friday at 4 p.m. in the 1000 block of Interstate 35 East for shoplifting. A merchant reported the woman stole Tylenol and a Gillette razor, worth $58. Police said bond was set at $300. ■ A business in die 1300 Nock of Industrial Drive reported Saturday -someone stole a gas-powered generator and space heater, worth $2,600. Police said there were no suspects or witnesses. ■ New Braunfels Police investigated a report of criminal traspagBing Saturday between 8 and 9 p.m. in the 1500 block of Lorelei Lane. A 28-year-old New Braunfels woman reported her front door was open when she returned to her house. Police said nothing was taken. ■ A 20-year-old New Braunfels man reported someone stole a compact disc player, metal center console, speakers, CD case and CDs, totaling $695 from his 1992 Mazda. The incident took place in the 1500 block of Business 35. Police said there were no suspects or witnesses. ■ A 41-year-old New Braunfels woman reported from the 800 block of Meiriweather Friday that someone stole several food items, Christmas lights, hair spray and liquor. Police said there was a suspect. ■ A Canyon Lake man reported to the Comal County Sheriffs Office that a mobile phone and electric grinder valued at $270 were taken from his vehicle Monday at a local resort. The vehicle was not locked, reports showed ■ Comal County Sheriffs deputies arrested a 38-year-old New Braunfels man for driving while license suspended at 8:17 a.m. Wednesday near Texas 46 and Faim-to-Market 2722. Deputies initially stopped the man for a traffic violation, reports showed. He was taken to Comal County Jail, where he posted $300 bond and was released ■ Comal County Sheriffs Office received a report of a burglary of a habitation Wednesday in the Buckland Mobile Home Park. A video cassette recorder, stereo, answering machine and word processor were reported stolen, with estimated value totaling $965. There was no forced entry, reports showed ■ Comal County Sheriffs deputies arrested a 34-year-old Blanco woman for public intoxication at 10.57 p.m. Thursday on Farm-to-Market 306 east of Northpark Road. She was booked into Comal County Jail and was released Friday on $200 bond ■ Comal County Sheriffs deputies arrested a 30-year-old Canyon Lake man on an issuance of a bad check warrant at 6:36 a m. Friday on Farm-to-Market 306 east of Voges Drive. Deputies initially stopped the man for a traffic violation, reports showed Woman’s cooking is bone of contention with fiance DEAR ABBY: My fiance hates my cooking. Every time I make a meal and ask him what he thinks, he has a different complaint. If I correct what he complained about, he finds a new complaint. t I made a meatloaf. He said the onions overpowered it. I made a romantic, candlelit dinner of chicken and roasted potatoes with a cream sauce. He called it weird. When I prepare a time-consuming dinner, he smothers it with ketchup or salad dressing. It’s always ‘ ‘too much salt,” “too bland,” ‘‘needs something,” or ‘‘not like my mother made,” etc. Abby, I have told him this is hurtful, but he still complains. He has even called my cooking “gross.” .I’m sure it isn’t that I can’t cook — other people love what I prepare, and my mother says I’m a natural. I have been cooking since I was 11 years old. My fiance also cooks occasionally, and when he does, I always compliment him on whatever he makes. Is it too much to expect him to express appreciation for my efforts? — CRUSHED IN ARINGTON, TEXAS Family of four loses home From staff reports Fire destroyed a trailer home at 2030 Meadow Sage in Schertz at about 11 a.m. Monday. Two adults and two children escaped unharmed, said Schertz Fire Marshal Glen Outlaw. The occupants were home and had been asleep in the back bedroom. Outlaw said. “One woke up, smelled smoke and heard the smoke alarm,’’ he h said.    ..    | They all ran next door and called 911 from a neighbor’s home, he said. The house was equipped with two smoke detectors, he said. Outlaw said the fire was confined to the bedroom where it probably started, but smoke damaged most of the mobile home. “The alarm came in at ll:04, we were on scene at 11:09, and we knocked down the fire within the first two or three minutes,” Outlaw said. Fire officials were investigating the blaze, which they believed to be accidental, he said. ANTHONY S ELECTRONIC SERVICE TV • VCR • CAMCORDER CD • PROJECTION TV • LASER • AUDIO I 629-9245 Horse Salve Eases Arthritis Pain LOUISVILLE. KY - An ingredient derived from hoc peppers that decreases inflammation in racehorse's legs, has now been approved by government researchers for human use. The ingredient has been formulated into a product called ARTH-Rx* ARTH-Rx comes in a strength designed for humans. Researchers are excited and say the formula can relieve arthritis pain for millions. Developed by the Phillips Gulf Corporation , ARTm-Rxis*breakthrough in foe treatment of painful disorders ranging from minor aches and pains to more serious conditions such as arthritis, bursitis, rheumatism, tendonitis, backache and more. Although the mechanism by which ARTH-Rx works to relieve pun is not totally clear, scientists suggest that pain is relieved because ARTH-Rx intercepts foe messenger substance that sendspain signals to foe brain. ARTn-Rx is available in a convenient roll-on applicator without a prescription. According to a spokesperson for foe company, (hie to foe overwhelming demand for ARTH-Rx, supplies are sometimes limited. ARTH-Rx can also be ordered by calling I-800-729-8446.    siniKc ARTH-Px is avalatolo locally at: DEAR CRUSHED: Since you can’t please your fiance and he knows how to cook, turn the chore over to him. When you feel the urge to cook, do it for your friends who appreciate your culinary skills. Your fiance may get his fill of cooking if he has to do all of it, and then he may be glad to let you take over. However, refuse unless he promises not to criticize, to give you a compliment now and then and share his recipes and culinary secrets. DEAR ABBY: Some time Ago, you printed a letter about people carelessly opening car doors in parking lots, marring adjacent cars. Paint nicks and surface dents barely scratch the surface of this issue. But car doors opened into traffic cause much worse damage — to bicyclists. Most states require cyclists to ride on the right, beside parked cars. No cyclist is psychic Enough to anticipate when a car door is about to open in front of him, and many serious injuries have resulted from such an action. A growing Dumber of people commute by bicycles, and most cyclists will tell you that their most constant fear is getting “doored.” It’s happened to me, and although it was painful, I was fortunate that my adults who’ve speeded up your commute by keeping our cars off the road. In return, please realize that we are vulnerable, and check your mirror carefully before reaching for your door handle. —MICHAEL KATZ, STEERING COMMITTEE. BICYCLE-FRIENDLY BERKELEY COALITION DEAR MICHAEL: You’ve given voice to a small but ’ important group who care about the environment as well as their own safety. More pedal power to you! DEAR ABBY: My problem is I curse way too much. I truly would bicycle was damaged more than my ^ like to stop, because I hate cursing. body. Vehicle occupants have the benefit of rearview mirrors. This is why most states require drivers to check those mirrors and only then carefully open the doors without impeding traffic — including bicycles. If you drive, please remember that cyclists aren’t just ‘‘careless kids.” Many of us are responsible I am 36 years old and have three young children, all under IO years old. I lose my patience with my kids, and that’s when I use the Subscribe Call 625-9144 worst of words. I’m a good parent otherwise, and I love my children very much. But I need to quit cursing. Please help! —CURSING MOM DEAR CURSING MOM: When you feel like cursing, substitute an acceptable word or phrase for the curse words. I had a neighbor who, when angered, would shout, “Holy Moses!” and, “Gosh darn son-of-a-sea-cook!” Abby shares more of her favorite, easy-to-prepare recipes. To order, $end a business-size, self-addressed envelope, plus check or money order for $3.95 ($4.50 In Canada) to: Dear Abby, More Favorite Recipes, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, III. 61054-0447. (Postage is included.) Tilt’ BOXCAR Eagles Hall Public Invited. 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