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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 14, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas RecordsPa&e 4    Herald-Ze/fung, New Braunfels, Texas-A Hummel giftFrom left, Janie Ruble, Christopher Witting and Lance Paris receive their gifts of Hummel figurines they won in the Hummel Look-a-Like contest. ’ ' Ruble won first place and Witting and Paris won second and third places respectively. Pictured with the winners is Lottie Smith, district Hummel *’ representative. The figurines were donated by Opa’s House of New Braunfels. (Photo by Karla Wenzel) Thursday, November 14 1991 Police Blotter Water lost in pipe break Fire calls More than 20,000 gallons of water were lost Monday night when a water pipe burst from deterioration at the comer of Bridge Street and Chestnut, according to a New Braunfels Utilities official. The force of the water broke the pavement but caused no personal property damage, said Jesse Perez, water and sewer superintendent. Perez said the water break occurred in a residential arca at 11:44 p.m. and required three repair men to fix it by 2:15 a.m. The loss of water cost the utilities company about $20, while the repair cost several hundred dollars for manpower. The break occurred when deterioration caused a hole of about one and a half inches to open. A break of this size occurs about once per week, although some arc more visible than others, according to Ro gar Biggers, NBU assistant general manager for technical operations. In Recognition of The Area High School Band Members, Twirlers, Cheerleaders, Dance Teams, and Pep Squads Herald-Zeitung Stones (guardian An 'entertaining' alternative in readmit Student's Photo Sony Do# NBHS Senior "We're Proud ot You." Mom & Dad I Advisor Will publish a Tabloid featuring the individuals who Boost School Spirit. You can purchase a congratulatory message for your special student similar to the one pictured to the left for $2$ Deadline tor these messages is Thursday, November ll, Si3Q P.M. Bring your message to The Herald-Zeltung at 7©7 Lands or The Times Guardian at Canyon Lake Plaxa, Battler. This special section will be published Thursday, November auth - The Advisor Friday, November Xfth • Herald-Zeltung Wednesday, December 4th * Times Guardian New Braunfels Police Department blotter from 7 am. Nov. 12 to 7 am. Nov. 13 (unfounded and no-reports not included): Tuesday morning 7:45 — Traffic stop/citation, Cinene, Officer R. Parchman. 7:55 — Accident and property damage, 200 block of Santa Clara, Officer A. Celli. 7:55 — Traffic stop/citation, Texas 46 at Freiheit, Officer P. Villarreal. 7:56 — Traffic stop/citation, 1300 Gruene, Officer R. Parchman. 8.01 — Traffic stop/citation, Freiheit Road, Officer P. Villarreal. 8:02 — Report on theft/shoplifting, 2000 block of Interstate 35 East, Officer P. Villarreal. 8:28 — Report on criminal mischief, 900 block of Casten, Officer R. Parchman. 8:47 — Traffic stop/citation, Texas 46 South, Officer P. Villarreal. 10:14 — Traffic stop/citation, 1300 block of San Antonio, Officer R. Parchman. 11:51 — Traffic stop/citation, San Antonio Street, Officer K. Clayton. 12:00 — Report on theft/ shoplifting, I IOO block of Interstate 35, Officer M. Gomez.. Tuesday afternoon 12:29 — Traffic stop/citation, corner of Union and Austin, Officer P. Villarreal. 2:14 — Misdemeanor arrest for serve municipal, Wal-Mart Distribution Center, Officer P. Villarreal. 2:33 — Report on forgery/ counterfiet, 600 block of U.S. 81 East, Officer P. Villarreal. 3:25 —Traffic stop/citation, comer of Union and South Street, Officer K. Clayton. 3:54 — Report on forgery/ counterfiet, Bealls, Officer R. Parchman. 4:02 — Traffic stop/citation. Walnut, Officer K. Clayton. Tuesday evening 6:37 — Report on criminal mischief, 200 block of Gruene Valley, Officer T. Gonzales. 6:39 — Report on criminal mischief, 200 block of Ridgewood, Officer W. Spence. 7:23 — Misdemeanor arrest/traffic stop, Texas 46, Officer W. Spence. 7:33 — Traffic stop/citation. Walnut, Officer U. Patino. 7:41 — Report on burglary of nonhabitat, 1400 block of Seguin Street, Officer U. Patino. 9:10—Traffic stop/citation, comer of Interstate 35 and Texas 46, Officer W. Spence. 10:22 — Report on unauthorized use. Holiday Inn, Officer W. Spence. Wednesday morning 12:12 — Report on criminal mischief, 200 block of San Antonio, Officer T. Gonzales. Summary 71 total calls for service. Total response time: 1:55, average was :02. Total on-site time: 12:23, average was :10. Total expired time: 15:51, average was :13. New Braunfels Emergency Medical Service calls for November 12 Tuesday 5:49 a.m. — 2261 West Bridge to McKenna Memorial Hospital; medical emergency. 8:17 am. — 821 W. U.S. 81 (Colonial Manor Care Center) lo McKenna Memorial Hospital, medical emergency. 10:15 a.m. — 457 Landa St. (doctor’s office) to McKenna Memorial Hospital, medical emergency. 11:02 am. — 143 Deer Trot to McKenna Memorial Hospital, medical emergency. 12:37 pm. — McKenna Memorial Hospital to Northeast Baptist Hospital in San Antonio, emergency transfer to cardiac care facilities. 1:05 pm. — 509 W. Mill St. to McKenna Memorial Hospital, medical emergency. 4:10 pm. — 1310 Interstate 35 West (Oak Crest Nursing Home) to McKenna Memorial Hospital. John Doe USS Enterprize 1941-1943 $16.00 Deadline November 25, 1991 Com* by or tond to: Herald-Zeltung 707 Landa-New Braunfels, TX 78131-1328 625-9144 Pearl Harbor No one who listened to Franklin Roosevelt December 7, 1941, will ever forget the "date that will live in infamy.” In little more than one hour, 3,000 people died. Hawaii, home for much of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, went from obscurity to the front page and America was launched into World War ll. On Friday, December 6, 1991, the Herald-Zeitung will present a special edition In remembrance of Pearl Harbor, World War ll 50th Anniversary and most importantly those who served. This would be the ideal time to honor your family, loved one or friend who have served (or is serving) in our U.S. Armed Forces, by placing a recognition message. PIMM Include Photo $10.00 In life loved and honored In death Remembered John Doe U.S. Navy USS Enterprize 1941-1943 ;