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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 9, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas ★July 4_ Continued from Page I traffic-related incidents, three for motor vehicle burglaries, three for illegally carrying weapons and two for theft. One was charged with assault, and one with marijuana possession. Three were brough*A warrants. The 1981 total included five tram*, arrests, two disorderly conduct, one criminal mischief, two assaults, one theft and one rape, which may or may not have had anything to do with the holiday weekend. June statistics Is this tourist season an especially crime-ridden one? It might look that way at first glance. Peace Justices Harold Krueger and Doc Blanchard, in their respective precincts I and 2, reported last month’s case loads had. doubled from the previous Jane. However, precinct 4 Justice Howard Smith reported a drop in cases. Fred Stewart, from precinct 3, said business ran about the same: 500 to 800 cases during the month. Iteration could have a lot to do with it. Krueger, who works out of the Comal County Courthouse, handled 1,140 cases last month. I -ast June, there were “500 and something,’’ he said. But the precinct lines were redrawn early this year, putting longer stretches of River Road and FM 306 in Krueger’s jurisdiction. Smith, of Canyon Lake, lost that territory, and his June traffic dropped from 198 to 120 cases. “Before, my precinct ran to IH 35 and everything north of the (Guadalupe) River,” Smith said. “It now stops at Purgatory Road on 306, and this side of Third Crossing on River Road. That’s over half the DPS cases.” Blanchard gets 250-450 cases each month, mostly traffic violations on IH 35 south of town. “I had about half again as many — no, I’d say twice as many — as last year. But I believe June of 1981 was kind of a slack month, for some reason. I can’t explain it,” he said. Stewart’s Bulverde office is in much the same situation: it handles mostly traffic citations. “It’s not as bad here because we don’t have a River Road situation — not so many of the nuisance cases,” he said. However, he said June does tend to be a heavy month, even in his neck of the woods. Deaths Stocks NEW YORK (AP) -Morning stocks: Gen Food 374 37 374 Safeway Str Alcoa High Low l.ast Gen Motors 444 44 44 SantaFelnd 244 244 244 Gen Tire 244 244 244 SearsRoeb Ain Airlin 184 184 184 Goodrich 184 18 18 ShellOil Am Motors 34 3 V8 34 Goodyear 244 244 244 Singer Co Amer T&T 514 504 514 GtAtlPac 74 7 74 Sony Corp Armcolnc 174 17 Vs 174 Gulf Oil 274 27 27 Sou Pac AtlRichfld 354 354 354 Gulf SUUt 114 114 114 SouUnCo Beth Steel 154 154 154 HarteHnk 25 244 25 StdOilCal Boeing 164 154 16 Honeywell 67 664 664 StdOillnd Borden 31 304 31 Houstlnd 184 184 184 StdOifOh Brit Pet 184 184 184 HughesTl 184 184 184 SunComp Burlngt Ind 194 19 19 Intrfst s 204 204 204 Texaco Inc CaterpTr 374 364 364 IBM 614 614 614 TexComBn Celanese 434 43 Vs 434 Int Paper 374 364 37 Texas Inst Centel 294 294 294 JohnsJn 40 394 394 Texaslntl TexNMexPw Tex Util Timelnc s rpfir Chrysler CitiesSvce 7 514 64 514 7 514 K mart Litton Ind 18 414 174 414 18 414 CocaCola Coleman 344 204 344 204 344 204 ManvilleCp MartinM s 104 24 104 234 104 24 DowChem 204 204 204 MercTex 22 214 214 IW Corp TylerCp UAL Inc duPont 334 33 334 Mobil 214 214 214 EastnAirL 54 54 54 Monsanto 59 584 584 East Kodak 734 724 724 Motorola 614 614 614 Un Carbide ElPaso Co 184 184 184 Penney JC 374 364 374 UnOilCal Enserch s 174 174 174 Phelps Dod 224 22 22 UnPacCp Esmark 43 4 434 434 PhillpsPet 30 294 294 Uniroyal Exxon s 264 264 264 Polaroid 18 174 174 US Steel Firestone 114 114 114 Proct Gamb 834 824 834 Wal Mart FordMot 234 224 224 Pubs NwMx 234 234 234 WalMartwi GTE Corp 274 274 274 RCA 174 174 174 Westgh El GnDynam 304 294 294 RepBankCp 264 25 4 26 Xerox Cp 32*4 15VS* 184 344 124 124 294 16 284 384 29 324 284 29 864 84 174 214 284 204 14 184 434 304 324 74 184 51 26 264 314 314 154 184 334 124 12 294 16 274 384 284 324 284 284 86 84 174 214 284 194 14 184 424 304 32 74 184 494 26 264 314 324 154 184 334 124 12 294 16 274 384 284 324 284 284 86 84 174 214 284 194 14 184 43 30"m 324 74 184 494 26 264 314 Richard B. Heltebridle Graveside services for Richard B. Heltebridle of Route 4, Box 459-L, Canyon I^ke, were at 2 p.m. today in Cranes Mill Cemetery. The Rev. Boyd Luter of Canyon Lake officiated, under the direction of Zoeller Funeral Home. He died at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 7, at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 65. Born on Feb. 20,1917, in Hanover, Pa., he was the son of John C. and Ixiura (nee Miller) Heltebridle. On Jan. 27, 1944, in Paris, he married Ruby Mae (nee Hungate) Heltebridle. A resident of Canyon Lake nine years, Heltebridle was a retired manager of Plumber Supply, and was affiliated with the Lutheran church. He was also a veteran of World War II, and a member of the Canyon I .ake Volunteer Fire Department. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Ruby Mae Heltebridle of Canyon Lake; a daughter, Mrs. Lynne Nelson of Mathis, Tex.; a sister, Jane Shepherd; a brother, Jack Heltebridle, both of Pennsylvania; and two grandchildren. ★ Israel_ Continued from Page I world. Arafat rejected Reagan’s offer and Israel welcomed it. But the PLO chief did not reject a future peacekeeping role for U.S. forces in Lebanon. However, Soviet President Leonid I. Brezhnev warned Reagan in a letter published Thursday against sending U.S. troops to Lebanon, saying the Kremlin might have to alter its Mideast policy if American soldiers went in. In Washington, Reagan administration officials dismissed the warning as Soviet political maneuvering, but expressed doubt whether all parties involved could agree on ground rules for a U.S. presence there. “Everything could fall in place or everything could fall apart,” Pentagon spokesman Henry Catto said. “We just don’t know ... we are a long way from a decision to go in.” Fifty miles off Beirut’s shore in the Mediterranean Sea, U.S. 6th Fleet warships carrying 1,800 Marines were within three hours’ cruising time of the lebanese capital for a possible mission to evacuate the guerrillas. Two U.S. senators arriving in Beirut today from Israel cautioned against deploying American troops in Lebanon before the conclusion of an agreement on the peaceful evacuation of the PLO. “Based on what we’ve heard, there has been no formal request for the troops to come in, or assurance that they can come and not be involved in any war at this point,” Sen. Carl Levin of Michigan told reporters as he and fellow Democratic Sen. Christopher Dodd of Connecticut arrived. Dodd said the PLO and the governments of Israel and Lebanon should reach an agreement for the peaceful withdrawal of PLO guerrillas from west Beirut before U.S. troops land. “If those ingredients are absent, I don’t believe that those forces should come,” Dodd said. “Whether or not the (Reagan) administration decides to go forward, that’s their business,” he added. Time and again, votive heard it said, “To make money; you have to have money!* The truth is, you have to know how to sav e money before you can think about making more. Thats why more and more people are joining die I\iy roll Savings Plan to buy U.S. Sa\ings Bonds. That way, a little is taken out of each pay check automatically; In no time, you’ll have enough Bonds for a new car, your child’s education, even a dream vacation. Whatever you save for, Bonds are tile safest, surest way to gain capital. PRUNERS DOWNTOWN NEW BRAUNFELS 209 W. SAN ANTONIO ST.Calendar of EventsOrganizations Comal Independent Men’s Association: will install officers and name CIMA of the year at annual banquet, 7 p.m. Friday at Eagles Hall. (If you would like your club or organization ^listed in the calendar, please contact the Herald Zeitung at 625-9144 or send a notice to PO Box 649, New Braunfels, Tx., 78130. Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 p.m. the day before publication. Deadline for Sunday editions is 5 p.m. Friday.)Hermann Sons convention set Officers from 160 Hermann Sons lodges in Texas will get together in San Antonio this Sunday to launch the order’s annual membership campaign. Space is limited in the Villita Assembly Bmidtng, so attendance will be by invitation only. But the gathering will give local lodge leaders a chance to meet Grand Lodge officers and leaders of other lodges. The membership campaign starts Aug. I and runs through Nov. IO. There are 79,000 Hermann Sons members at present. Ixidge membership representatives will also attend a seminar Saturday afternoon in the Grand Lodge building at 515 S. St. Mary’s. The Sunday rally will begin at 1:30 p.m., and will close with a barbecue supper and dance. First grand vice president Hardy A. Mosel of Fredericksburg will be master of ceremonies. Grand secretary-treasurer I amis R. Hoog Jr. of San Antonio, will introduce Grand Lodge officers. Grand president Louis B. Engelke will give the address. Entertainment will feature tile Hermann Sans mixed chorus, the Polkateers and the Square Dancers, all of San Antonio; and a troupe from the New Braunfels Hermann Sons school of dance.Progeria victim returns to Texas GRAPEVINE (AP) — A pale and fragile Mickey Hays returned home from South Africa after a joyful, and perhap final, reunion with another young boy in an ok! man’s body. The tiny 16-year-old returned Thursday from Orkney, South Africa, where he had gone June 21 to visit 9-year-old Fransie Geringer. The boys suffer from progeria, a rare genetic disorder that dwarfs them, makes them wrinkled and bald, ages them rapidly and allots them a probable lifespan of less than 20 years. "leaving yesterday was hard,” said Mickey’s mother, Ckidy Edwards, 28. “Mickey and Fransie felt they would probably never see each other again. Both boys were crying and both families were too. “We were there 24 weeks and we got to see them play together, fight together and love together,” she said. “They’re so much alike.” The two boys met six months ago after Americans, moved by news stories about Fransie, raised money to fulfill his dream of meeting Pinocchio at Disneyland. Mrs. Edwards said the families would correspond, but added they had made no plans for another reunion because of the huge expense of the trip. Mickey, however, was not so sure. “They’re going to send him to my house like they sent me to his,” he declared. “They better." Fund-raising efforts organized by employees of American Airlines and Pan American World Airways in the United Slates and a car dealership in Johannesburg, South Africa, paid for Mickey and his family to fly to Sooth Africa for the reunion. “They are very special kids to the families,” Mrs. Edwards said, “and what Herman (Geringer, Fransie’s father) thinks about — what we all think about — is, ‘What if something happens to one of them? What will the other one do?”’ Her tiny son, his bald head covered by his everpresent baseball cap, rested in her lap as she told reporters at the Dallas-Fort Worth Regional Airport how wonderful it was to talk to another parent of a progeria victim. “There is nothing like sitting down with someone who can say, i know how you feel.’Save to 50% Dallas' luxurious pet hotel a real poochie paradise By PAT ZAJAC Fort Worth Star Telegram GRAPEVINE (AP) — Bandt, a Russian wolfhound, spent the morning watching television at the D-FW Pet Resort. It made him hungry. He had a big lunch: an appetizer of braised chicken livers with a dollop of sour cream, followed by smothered steak, Ixmisiana dirty rice, and steamed yellow squash with butter. For dessert, butter pecan ice cream with strawberries. Sugar, a Lhaso Apso in for her weekly grooming and fashion makeover, liad the dieter’s special: grilled chicken patties with cottage cheese, doggies kisses for dessert. In the cathouse, Twinkle and Kimbo were still deciding. An appetizer of deviled eggs, cheese or sardines? Some clam chowder or oyster bisque? Or a simple tuna casserole or filet of sole'' Nearby in the stable, Misty munched her carrot crunch, barley mash, deep-dish pellet pie, and a candied apple. But good grub isn’t the only amenity at the 10-acre ‘‘pet hotel” near the Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. Kennel accommodations are posh “roomettes” and “suites” with theme interiors. The Villa Dal Mar wing, for example, has a photo mural of the Spaatafc Costa del Sol, candle sconces on stucco walls, Spanish tile trim, and wrought iron gates. In The Cabanas wing, coddled canines loll under yellow canvas canopies in rooms papered in yellow-and-orange stripes. There are palms and seashells. The chi-chi Le Boudoir wing (ladies only) is elegantly appointed with French silk moire drapes, crystal chandeliers, and French Impressionist prints. The Japanese Pagoda wing, still incomplete, will have fountains and a Japanese garden. Roomette and suite rates run from $15 to (35 a day, depending on room size and whether it has windows. There’s also the no-frills economy cage in the garage of the converted ranch-style house that is resort headquarters. Rates include walking and exercise three times daily, meals fnun the menu or to owners’ orders, and time with attendants in the den: lounging on Hie furniture, playing ball, watching TV or listening to the stereo. “We wanted it to be just like at home. There are owners who actually ask that their pets get in their TV time,” said Fran Gresham, a fashion and interior designer who is a partner in the pet resort with Deana Butler, who had owned kennels in Kansas City before moving to Texas last year. The Pet Resort also apsrolw a tx an ^natation service for pets whose families are moving. Missy-Junior Sportswear 1/2 OFF •: Special selection of summer sportswear now : x/t price. Men’s Suits Save to *50 $QQ90 I NOW V A big rack of suits that were to *150. Solid and some stripes. jij Junior Tops & Sportswear $Q99 NOW V Values to *24. A selection including knits, blouses, v skirts and other items. 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