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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 27, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas StocksArmed bandits hit Sizzler restaurant High Low Last Lifemark 34 334 34 AMR Corp 204 194 20 Litton Ind 547/a 534 544 Alcoa 317/b 304 314 vjManville MartinMar 124 ll 12 Am Motors 74 7 74 424 424 424 Amer T&T 694 694 694 MercTex 27 V4 27 27 Armcolnc 174 164 17 Mobil 254 254 254 AtlRichfld 434 424 434 Monsanto 824 814 82 Beth Steel 194 194 194 Motorola 97 954 964 Boeing 354 344 354 Penney JC 484 47 484 Borden 494 494 494 Phelps Dod 294 284 294 Brit Pet 194 194 194 PhillpsPet 334 324 334 Burlngt Ind 274 274 274 Polaroid 284 284 284 CaterpTr 42 414 42 Proct Gamb 1104 1094 1104 Celanese 504 50 504 ProctGmb wi 554 554 554 Centel 344 344 344 Pubs NwMx 274 274 274 Chrysler 164 154 16 RCA 214 214 214 CocaCola 474 474 474 RepBankCp 314 314 314 Coleman 284 284 284 Safeway Str 444 444 444 DowChem 264 264 26‘a SantaFelnd 224 224 224 duPont 374 374 37 4 SearsRoeb 29 284 29 EastnAirL 9 84 9 ShellOil 364 364 364 East Kodak 814 804 804 Singer Co 194 19 19 ElPaso Co 204 204 204 Sony Corp 144 144 144 Enserch s 214 214 214 Sou Pac 394 394 394 Exxon 294 294 294 SouUnCo 164 164 164 Firestone 184 174 18 SwstBksh 224 224 224 FtBcpTex 204 194 20 StdOilCal 324 324 324 FordMot 384 38 38'2 StdOillnd 394 394 394 GTE Corp 404 394 404 StdOilOh 384 374 384 GnDynam 344 344 344 SunComp 324 314 32 Gen Flee 924 92 924 Texaco Inc 314 314 314 Gen Food 384 374 384 TexComBn 374 374 374 Gen Motors 584 574 58 Texas Inst 1614 1594 160 Gen Tire 31 304 304 Texaslntl 74 74 74 Goodrich 314 314 314 TexNMexPw 204 204 204 Goodyear 314 314 314 Tex Util 234 234 234 GtAtlPac 94 94 94 Timelnc 48 474 48 Gulf Oil 304 304 304 TW Corp 294 284 29 Gulf StaUt 14 134 14 TylerCp 214 214 214 HarteHnk 36 354 36 UAL Inc 334 334 334 Honeywell 904 884 90 4 Un Carbide 544 534 544 Houstlnd 204 204 204 UnOilCal 304 304 304 HughesTl 21 204 204 UnPacCp 464 454 46 Interfst 214 21 214 Uniroyal 124 124 124 IBM 964 954 964 US Steel 204 204 204 Int Paper 494 494 494 WalMart s 464 464 464 JohnsJn 474 474 474 Westgh El 424 42 424 K mart 264 254 264 Xerox Cp 384 38 38 The manager of the Sizzler Steakhouse was left tied up in his closed restaurant Wednesday night, after two armed robbers cleaned out the safe. The victim called the police at 10:50 p.m. He had managed to untie himself after the robbers left the scene. He told authorities he had closed the steakhouse, and was walking to his car on the parking lot, when he heard a noise in the bushes. He turned to look and two men came toward him. Police detectives believe both were armed with pistols, one of which may have been a .38 caliber. The robbers forced the manager back into the building and had him open the safe, which contained a large amount of cash. They tied their vie- Deaths ★ County_ Continued from Page I reviewing the rules.” “We’re trying to update the current change the format to bring more structural order to it,” said Darilek. Baker’s group’s has made general recommendations concerning minimum lot size, water systems, percolation tests, comprehensive subdivision plans, private wells, subdivision variances, needs for water testing and preliminary and final plat approval. “Without rules, regulations, standards and specifications that are enforced by this county, high density development over the Trinity Aquifer will spell certain disaster for the buyers, the developers and the county as a whole,” Baker said. According to Baker’s group, “no specifications or standards on well location, construction or completition has been set by this county, although the authority does exist. County Judge Fred Clark, welcomed Baker’s proposal and recommendations. “I think we would join with you, the people who reside in that area and the people who live in the county to see sanitation requirements met,” said Clark. “I think we’d like to join with you in that effort to put our subdivision rules into shape,” added Clark, who commended Baker’s group for its interest. “We will review the matter closely,” he told her. In presenting her proposal, Baker sympathized somewhat with the court saying, “we realize that it is very difficult to make and enforce requirements. “Precedents we realize have been set over the years that are hard to change,” she noted. “Furthermore, we realize new data is constantly being collected that is hard to keep abreast of. “However, in the case of the Trinity Aquifer, we feel time is very precious. Giant steps in protecting and improving the quality and quantity could be taken even if some of the existing requirements were met." Lloyd T. Rothwell Sr. A graveside service, followed by a Masonic service, will be at ll a.m. Saturday in Cranes Mill Cemetery for Lloyd T. Rothwell Sr. of 8870 Meadow Range, San Antonio, formerly of Canyon I^ake. The Rev. Kenneth King of New Braunfels will have officiating honors. Rothwell, 81, died at 11:45 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 25, at Southwest Texas Methodist Hospital. Born on April 5, 1901, in Mystic, Iowa, he was the son of Thomas and Katherine (nee Gillgrass) Rothwell. He married Geneva Grace (nee Bibby) Rothwell on Nov. 14,1930, in Centerville, Iowa. Retired from the Rockford Clutch Division of Borg-Warner Corp., Rothwell was a member of the First Baptist Church in Canyon I-ake, and the Canyon Lake Masonic Lodge No. 1425, AF&AM. He is survived by his wife, Geneva Rothwell of San Antonio; a daughter. Sandra Lynne Callihan of Rockford, 111.; a son, Lloyd Thomas Rothwell Jr., of San Antonio; nine grandchildren, and four greatgrandchildren. His remains will lie in state until IO a.m. Saturday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Donald M. Hester Serv ices for Donald M. Hester of 158 ★ White Continued from Page I legislature included a call for an emergency pay raise for teachers, which he said should receive “first call on our revenues.’' His education package includes: — Economic “parity among all our school districts.” — More money for bilingual education. — Expanding the PUF to include all University of Texas and Texas A&M s y s t ern    schools. Woodland will be at IO a.m. Friday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home, with the Rev. Harold Zirkel officiating. Entombment will be in Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Mausoleum. Hester, 85, died at 8:45 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 26, at McKenna Memorial Hospital. The son of A.V. and Addie (nee Taylor) Hester, he was born on Nov. 5,1897, in Dallas, and in 1920, married Anne Coulter. In 1929, he was employed by the National Weather Service in Dallas, and in Washington, D.C., where he was chief verifyer for all National Weather forecasters for 14 years. On Sept. 29, 1944, he married Dorothy (nee Lingenfelter) Hester in Socorro, N.M. They moved to New Braunfels in 1954 where he taught math and science. Nine years later, he retired from teaching, and worked one year as personnel director at Mission Valley Mills. He was also past president of the New Braunfels Rotary Club, a member of the First United Methodist Church, and a World War I veteran. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Dorothy L. Hester of New Braunfels; a son, Donald T. Hester of Sherman; a step-son, David A. Anderson of Alaska; one grandchild, and three great-grandchildren. He was also preceded in death by his son, Billie Waren Hester. Memorials may be given to the American Heart Association. ★ Tax Continued from Page I difficulty because of the tax collection situation, said Bond, who noted that tax collections amount to “only half of our i the county’s) income." “We had $300,000 left over from last yearl’s budget! in addition to money coming in from fines and court fees,” he explained. “Unless there is a very serious shortage in taxes we may not have a problem.” He defined a very serious shortage as a “situation w here we get $70,000 less than what we budgeted (in the 1983 budgets). That would eliminate the contingency built in.” If that were to happen, Bond said then Commissioners Court would “have to start looking w here to cut the 119831 budget." Until mid-February w hen Clennan estimates she’ll have an idea on tax collections, Bond said the county w ill continue to scrutinize its expenses. "We just will not buy any capital equipment and just pay our operating expenses,” said Bond. Until that time, however, commissioners will undoubtedly continue to scrutinize every proposed county expense as was evidenced earlier this week when they considered advertising for bids on seven new cars for the Sheriff’s Department. ★ Crime Continued from Page I I wxal police handled 786 traffic accidents last year, 24 fewer than tile previous year. Texas Highway Troopers handled 26 accidents inside the city limits, as opposed to 36 in 1981. None of the state-handled accidents involved fatalities. Unfortunately, seven were recorded by city officers, four of them in one accident. However, a total of 12 deaths occurred on city streets in 1981. New Braunfels showed a 3,9 percent increase in the seven index crimes (murder, rape, robbery, assault, burglary, theft and auto theft). Although Chief Boeck might prefer to see a decrease, he said this is probably a good statistic, too. He hasn’t seen state and national figures yet, but said they usually show an overall increase in the neighborhood of IO percent. Police filed one case of murder, five of rape and 20 of robbery. (This represents a five percent increase; 19 robberies were reported in 1981.) Seventy-nine auto thefts were reported, almost half again as many as in the year before. But 1981 may have just been an off year for auto theft, because 71 cars were stolen in 1980. Miscellaneous thefts rose from 625 to 680, a five percent increase. But the 1980 total was actually a little higher than last year’s. Assaults were up 12 percent, from 135 in 1981 to 152 last year. All in all, the police department had 13,751 calls for service in 1982. Criminal offense reports dropped by nearly 1,000. A total of 2,129 people were arrested in 1982. That’s 69 more than in the previous year, with a larger proportion of adults to juveniles. now nnmumc, snSR s newest Banking Service The Insured Money Market Checking Account. 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