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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 22, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 6APolice Blotter New Braunfels Police Department Blotter from 7 *jn. Nov. 20 to 7 am. Nov. 21 (unfounded and no-reports not included):Wednesday morning 7:59 am. — Traffic stop/citation, Comal, Officer J. Wommack. 8:44 — Report on criminal mischief, 900 block of Casten, Officer R. Bell. 9:43 — Report on follow-up investigation, 111 Garden Street, Officer M. Garcia. 10:05 — Traffic stop/citation, 400 block of Seguin Street, Officer J. Wommack. 10:22 — Traffic stop/citation, corner of Landa and Paradise, Officer J. Wommack. 10:44 — Report on theft/ shoplifting, 195 Rosedale, Officer R. Bell. 11:39 — Traffic stop/citation, Landa Park Drive, Officer M. Garcia.Wednesday afternoon 12:47 pm. — Report on family dis turbance, 700 block of Mcrriwcather, Officer R. Bell. 12:58 — Report on harassment, 600 block of Coll, Officer S. Castillo. 1:17 — Traffic stop/citation, Texas 46 South, Officer J. Wommack. 2:50 — Traffic stop/citation, West San Antonio, Officer J. Wommack. 2:50 Report on forgery/counterfeit. Officer M. Garcia. 3:17 — Traffic stop/citation, River Road, Officer J. Wommack. 3:37 — Report on bodily assault, 300 block of Common, Officer M. Garcia. 3:44 — Traffic stop/citation, comer of Lincoln and Washington, Officer J. Wommack. 4:12 — Accident and injury, comer of Garden and Seguin, Officer R. Bell. 4:40 — Report on theft/shoplifting, 2000 block of Becker, Officer M. Garcia. 5:22 — Traffic stop/citation, corner of San Antonio and Market Street, Officer S. Castillo. 5:36 — Misdemeanor arrest for accident and property damage, U.S. 81, Officer W. Spence. 5:47 — Misdemeanor arrest for family disturbance, Interstate 35 North Frontage Road, Officer T. Gonzales.Wednesday evening 6:15 p.m. — Citation for theft/ shoplifting, K Mart, Officer M. Mayer. 7:04 — Misdemeanor arrest for theft/shoplifting, Weiner’s, Officer M. Mayer. 7:28 — Report on 911 hangup/ suspicious circumstances, 300 block of Castlewood Drive, Officer S. Grcmmcr. 7:31 — Misdemeanor arrest/traffic stop, Handy Andy, Officer S. Lange. 10:02 — Report on traffic stop. Walnut, Officer U. Patino. 11:15 — Misdemeanor arrest of intoxicated pedestrian. Food Mart, Officer M. Mayer. 11:19 — Report on canine use, 1900 block of Lee, Officer S. Lange. Thursday morning 12:01 — Accident and property damage. Interstate 35 at Walnut, Officer U. Patino. 1:40 — Traffic stop/citation, Texas 46 at Alves, Officer W. Spence.Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Heather Cantu and Ray Zavala; 961 County Lira Road. New Braunfels; 6-pound 13-ounce girl; Nov. 6. Jeff and Elizabeth Myers; 933 Albert, New Braunfels; 7-pound 2-ouncc girl; Nov. 13. Fernando and Blanca Ortega; 935 Interstate 35 #41, New Braunfels; 6 pound 6-ouncc girl; Nov. 14. Troy Lynda Estes; Route 6 Box 452F, New Braunfels; 8-pound girl. Russell and Jolcne Dammann; Route 2 Box 668B, New Braunfels; TRADE IN A TOY AND SAVE $20 ON ANY APPLIANCE ELECTRONICS PURCHASE OF $200 OR MOREt Toys-lo»-Tots is a U S Marina Corps Reserve program supported by Sears Each year Toys lor-Tots distributes new toys to about 3 1/2 million children nationwide lf O' •ac'i fun* toy VtOtm thru 12.14 per $20 on on* tmo pnc*<> $200 or ow* ut* o* *riy otoe' coupon* a I \jOtKS MirwTHjrr I' «*)j* tor trad*-ai U**d toy* *< wctotonl cor ion ton accepted tor alternative ria'lie* oiler doe* 'tot app1? Just $20 MONTHLY* puts this laundry pair with America s largest cspactty to work tor you! SAVE $100 on pair 2-speed 0-cycie washer wtth our best agitator 4 -temp elect ne dryer with Automatic Fabric Masts' *399“*299“ (electric) OM SAO more <eoeerti> A CATALOG EXCLUSIVE! 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Lew es Ar<«r«<Jj * 4 fepmoemerr mite uetie-, ten* J ti"*#* iawut Hie' industry Menderoe «•*»» '"I'M* '•» »• tMTCftM* O’ •rn' I WM ans MMT' MMM * am atmo • '•M'M*    »»■>—» w 4.3-HP PowerMate vac with doubt# brush## and baster bar *199“ $10 monthly* (P0914M) •Or aeereOiery tar ieereOierg* HUS ae# per ■ W n or mw# euvh— ueanf SSW tm or mere AtUI|W«li used to mm Sena reeds MSW* rn ee etsee Aamnew «*ite outer* #n aeolic dryer mure* owe Kanmora sett-cleaning slactrlc rang# with automatic ovan and towsr storage drawer *399” $13 month; <* r etoeeg noeurt Marne Vetoing BEARS BRAND CENTER MOST ITEMS IN STOCK FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY! TS en depey keel >4m» mey tx Hiecteny o*d»fd IH as W., SUITE 167 62S-8S11 Locelly owned a opereted by Morrle, Berbere, a Merkue Undeey 7-pound 9-ouncc girl. Out-of-town Louis and Stacey Garza; Methodist Hospital, San Antonio; 8-pound 7-ounce girl; Nov. 12. Maternal grand parents, Herbert and Ema Serold. Paternal grandparents, Luis and Juanita Garza. Keith and Debbie Warren; Northeast Baptist, San Antonio; 7-pound 8-ounce boy; Nov. 18. Maternal grandparents, Larry and Josephine Dougherty of New Braunfels; paternal grandmother, Barbara Warren of San Antonio; and paternal grandfather. Robert Warren of Yakima, Wash. NOTICE Naw Braunfels Indapandant School District Board of Trutfess Manting-Tuasday, Dtcambar 3, 1091, at 7:00 p.m. In tha Naw Braunfels Indapandant School District Board Room, 430 Watt Mill Straat, New Braunfels, Taxaa. Tha School Board will maat on Dacambar 3, 1001 to discuss and racaiva public input on tha proposad radistricting plan for tha Naw Braunfels Indapandant School District. Maps showing tha propoaad radistricting plan ara availabfe for public inspaction and raviaw at tha Education Cantar, 430 Wast Mill Straat in tha offica of tha    suparintandant of    Schools,    Mr.    Charlts Bradbarry, batwttn tha hours of 0:00 a m. and 4:00 pm,    Monday through Friday. Accompanying this Notioa la a raducad copy of tha map showing tha proposad radistricting plan. Taxas Education ooda Saction 23.024 ttatat: "tha Board of Trust*#* shod radivkfe tha district if tha cansus data indicator that tha population of tha moat populous district axcaads tha population of tha (fast populous district by mort than 10 parcant." All intarattad citizans ara Invittd to attand and participata    In tha matting on    Dscsmbor    3,    1001. ORDEN DE NOTI CIA PARA UNA AUDCNCIA PUBUCA En acuardo con articuio 23 024 dal codico adudonal da Taxaa, una junta publlca aa llavara acabo al Manas, 7:00 PM., al 3 da Dacitmbrs, 1901, an (aa oficinas administrants dal Diathto Esoolar Inda-pandianta da Naw Braunfels, 430 Wast Mill Straat, Naw Braunfels, Taxas. El motivo da asta audancla public* as para invhar y racibir commantarios dal publico sobra cambio* qua aa han proputsto a las linas da ios distritos da votacion. Copia* da asta plan astaran disponibl* para inspaocion por al publioo an la ofidna dal suparintandanta Charlas Bradbarry, 430 Watt Mill Straat, durants las horas da 0:00 A M a 4:00 PM, dal Lunas a Viarnas. Una copia raducida da atta plan acoompania asta anuncio. Peace offeringRecords  — — —      —   -  ........ Herald-Ze/fung, New Braunfels, Texas    Friday,    November    22,    1991Newly elected officers of Texas Democratic Women of Comal County presented the book, The Big Book for Peace” to the Dittlinger Memorial Libra7 this week. From left, Esther Boarnet, president; Vicki Hocker, librarian; Susan Curtis, secretary and Isabel “Kookie" Barbosa, vice president. (Photo by Bill Ervin) ;