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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 15, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Records Page 4 Herald-Ze/fung, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, November 15 1991 I Pet of the Week ; WI'......I MIMKmhiBariWBIIBMMHIMIftjMIIIBNilHaiNiMMMMRanfl Police Blotter i ^ ....... T" ............ ......... Morris look-a-like This male kitten named Morris is loving and very playful. He and other pets can be adopted for a fee at the New Braunfels Animal Shelter, 1920 Kuehler Ave. The fee — $48 for a female and $43 for a male — includes rabies and four* or six-way vaccinations, worming and the surgical fee for altering the pet. Shelter hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, 10 a m. to 5 p.m. Monday and noon to 5 p rn. Thursday (Photo by Bill Ervin) New Braunfels Police Department blotter from 7 a.m. Nov. 13 to 7 arn. Nov. 14 (unfounded and no-reports not included):Wednesday morning 7:49 — Traffic stop/citation. Loop 337, Officer P. Villarreal. 7:58 — Traffic stop/citation, 400 block of Common Street, Officer K. Clayton. 8:02 — Traffic stop/citation, Hunter, Officer P. Villarreal. 8:07 —Traffic stop/citation, comer of Fair Lane and Common Street, Officer K. Dayton. 8:14 — Report on runaway, IOO block of Garden Street, Officer R. Parchman. 8:18 — Report on terroristic threat, 600 block of Guenther Avenue, Officer R. Owens. 8:22 — Traffic stop/citation, Ver-amendi Avenue, Officer K. Dayton. 8:41 —Traffic stop/citation, Texas 46, Officer P. Villarreal. 8:50 — Report on burglary of motor vehicle, Officer R. Torres. 9:54 — Report on criminal mischief, 800 block of Casten, Officer R. Parchman. 11:16 — Report on criminal mischief, 300 block of Laurel Lane. Officer A. Celli. 11:26 — Report on criminal mischief, New Braunfels High School, Officer R. Parchman.Wednesday afternoon 12:21 — Report on criminal mis chief, 300 block of Laurel Lane, Officer A. Celli. 12:37 — Traffic stop/citation, 900 block of Loop 337, Officer P. Villarreal. 2:34 — Report on fraud/theft/ shoplifting, Randolph Brooks, Officer A. Celli. 2:43 — Report on theft/shoplifting, IOO block of Garden Street, Officer P. Villarreal. 4: IO — Report on theft/shoplifting, K Mart, Officer P. Villarreal. 4:27 — Report on accident/ property damage, DPS, Officer A. Celli. 4:59 — Accident and property damage, comer of Walnut and Interstate 35, Officer P. Villarreal. 5:06 — Report on canine track. Loop 337, Officer S. Lange. 5:16 — Report on theft/shoplifting, Wal-Mart, Officer U. Patino.Wednesday evening 6:22 — Misdemeanor arrest of suspicious person, 1500 block of Walnut, Officer M. Mayer. 6:35 — Report on criminal trespass, 200 block of Green Valley, Officer U. Patino. 6:50 — Report on theft/ahoplifting, 2000 block of San Antonio Street, Officer W. Spence. 6:59 — Report on burglary of nonhabitat, 400 block of Comal Avenue. Officer T. Gonzales. 7:08 — Report on criminal mischief, 200 block of Orccn Valley, Officer U. Patino. 7:12 — Report on canine, building, 400 block of Comal Avenue, Officer S. Lange. 7:44 — Report on theft/shoplifting, K Mart, Officer K. Fazzone. 8:19 — Report on burglary of motor vehicle, behind Brauntex, Officer T. Gonzales. 9:21 — Report on harassment/ terroristic threat, 500 block of Parkview Boulevard, Officer M. Mayer. 11:57 — Traffic stop/citation, U.S. 81 East at Loop 337, Officer W. Spence.Thursday morning 1:30 — Traffic stop/citation, Interstate 35 South, Officer W. Spence. 3:25 —Traffic stop, U.S. 81, Officer W. Spence. 3:38 — Traffic stop/citation, Interstate 35 South, Officer W. Spence.Summary 94 total calls for service. Total response time: 3:21, average was:02. Total on-site time: 21:58, average was: 14. Total expired time: 30:15, average was :19. IN EMERGENCIESDialHI FIRE POUCll AMIHH AHC*11 SH Dear AbbyCouple seeks united front before going separate ways DEAR ABBY: My husband and I are separating after six years of marriage I am 31 and he is 33 After months of discussion and many sessions with a marriage counselor, we came to realize that we had no rf im mon goal*.1 He initiated the idea of separation after expressing a de-sun- to tie tin hit* awa aga in ) J have cried, bargained and offered to compromise, but his mind is made up he wants his independence. I retune to commit emotional blackmail or entrap him with a pregnancy to continue the marriage Therefore, I have decided the best thing to do is let him go It hurts, hut this way we can part ai friends and get on with our lives Our problem how to explain this to our termite friends and co-work-er^ who havi always viewed us as the “perfect couple We rarely fought We trusted each other, sup ported each other s careers, shared tile work and had fun together No one would suspect that we’ve been talking about separating for the past four months. It will be a shock to our families and a total surprise to everyone else Abby we want to he truthful and call it a mutual decision, hut I know people will look for something more scandalous than incompatibility as soon as this spreads via the grape vine How do we maximize under standing and minimize rumor fallout? DJ., ILLINOIS DEAK DJL: First, announce it lo your parents, then inform other family members and friends. To Minimise rumors flying, present a united front. The message should Is along these lines: “‘Sam* and I have agreed to end our marriage. Although it may Come as a surprise to all of you, this decision is mutual. Even though we care for each other, we have decided that we no longer want to be husband and wife. Pleaae don't press us further because we both would rather not go into details at this time." If anyone is so insensitive as to question you further, simply say, “We’d rather not discuss it right now." Good luck to both of you ... wherever your separate paths may take you. DEAR ABBY: My husband (111 call him Barry) received an invitation to the wedding of his first cousin — Ill call him Joe. I realize that the wedding invitations were sent out by Joe’s fiancee, whom we have never met, but it was addressed only to my husband, Barry. We have been married for 16 years and have two children. We see Joe only once or twice a year and he knows that we are married. Am I to assume that I am not invited to this wedding? Or am I to assume it was an oversight on the part of Joe’s fiancee? Also, are the children invited? BARRY'S W IFE DEAR WIFE: Your husbanc should call his cousin Joe anc explain this dilemma. I hope Joe will advise his fiancee that cousin Barry has a wife and twc children, after which you wit probably be invited. But don't bring your children unless they are specifically invited. ^ \ Mini Blinds -    70%    OFF Pleated Shades - 60% OFF' Vertical Blinds - 60% OFF' * bug Retail 943 N Walnut 625-3477 INTERIORS MCKENNA HEALTH PLAN McKenna Memorial Hospital is pleased to announce... The McKenna Health Plan A community migrant a program underwritten by Philadelphia American Life Iniurance Company. I tie McKenna Health Plan it tailored for the New Braunfeit area community, offering affordable and liable health plan service! The Plan it currently available ai a group plan for employer! with 3 or more employee! for more information on the McKenna Health Plan, services available, enrollment procedures, participating physician! and health care facilities. call: McKenna Memorial Hospital (SI2) *214111 In Recognition of The Area High School Band Members, Twirlers, Cheerleaders, Dance Teams, and Pep Squads Herald-Ztitung Slimes (Suarbfan <D Am tnuruitmifnt' uUrrnaUv* In trading' Students Photo Sally Do# KEHS Senior ••We're Proud of You." Moan U Dad £ 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 SXI D—dlliw tor th— rn—ax— U Thursday. N.vtmbtr ll, mo P.M. Bring ytur mwng* to Th* Hersld-Zeltun# at 7®7 Lamia or Th# Times Guardian at Canyon Lake Plaza, Battler. THU special section will be published Thursday, November ssth • The Advisor Friday, November apili - Herald-Zeitung Wednesday, December 4th « Times Guardian ;