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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 8, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Records Pa9G 4    Herald-Zihung, New Braunfels, Texas    Tuesday,    October    8,    1991Police Blotter New Braunfels Police Department blotter from 7 a.m. Oct. 4 to 7 arn. Oct. 7 (unfounded and no-rcports not included): Friday morning 7:51 — Traffic stop/citation, Loop 337 at Church Hill, Officer S. Castillo. I 8:20 — Traffic stop/citation, Hinman Island, Officer S. Cantino. ; 9:58 — Accident with property damage, Old McQueeney, Officer R. Bell. 11:08 — Report on follow-up investigation, 1600 block Grucnc, (Officer M. Garcia. ! 11:24 — Report on meeting with Complainant, Carl Schurz School, Officer S. Castillo. I 11:49    — Report on fijrgery/countcrfcit, I IOO block Loop 337, Officer M. Garcia. Friday afternoon I 12:39 — Report on domestic disturbance, Sac N Pac on Walnut, Qfficer Michael Osborne. '. 1:09 — Report on fight in progress/domestic disturbance, 300 block McGaugh, Officer S. Castillo. 1:14 — Report on harassment, 800 block Candlewood, Officer R. Bell. 3:15 — Traffic stop/citation, Common at Bridge, Officer J. Wommack. 3:26 — Traffic stop/citation, Highway 81 at Oasis, Officer S. Castillo. 4:00 — Accident with property damage, IH35 at Schmidt, Officer Michael Osborne. 4:03 — Report on theft/shoplifting, 400 block Coll, Officer R. Bell. 4:33 — Traffic stop/citation, West San Antonio at Bcrgfeld, Officer S. Castillo. 4:44 — Accident with property damage, IOO block Highway 81, Officer Michael Osborne. Friday evening 6:19 — Accident with property damage, Seguin at Highway Bl, Officer 0. Dugger. 6:27 — Report on family disturbance, 900 block Oasis, Officer P. Peterson. 6:27 — Report on theft/shoplifting, 600 block Highway 81, Officer S. Castillo. 6:33 — Report on injury/ofiense, 2000 block Mill, Officer Patino Usbaldo. 8:58 — Accident with property damage, 700 block Union, Officer J. Jamison. 9:51 — Report on bodily assault/terroristic threat, 600 block Guenther (New Braunfels Middle School), Officer G. Dugger. 11:56 — Report on burglary of a motor vehicle, Walnut 6 Theater, Officer R. Benitez. Saturday morning 12:03 — Report on liquor law violation/runaway, FM725 at Zipp (Stop N Go), Officer Patino Usbaldo. 12:21 — Report on family disturbance, IOO block Caddcll, Officer P. Peterson. 1.00 — Report on theft/shoplifting, HEB parking lot, Officer G. Dugger. 3:06 — Traffic stop/citation, Walnut, Officer Patino Usbaldo. 4:05 — Traffic stop/citation. Coll at Academy, OfficerG. Dugger. 6:38 — Traffic stop/citation, 1600 block Seguin, Officer R. Diaz. 7:06 — Report on unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, Colonial Manor, Officer R. Diaz. 7:33 — Traffic stop/citation, IH35 south bound frontage road at Walnut, Officer R. Diaz. 7:37 — Alarm, 3100 block IH35, Officer R. Parchman. 9:39 — Report on special assignment/serve municipal warrant, New Braunfels Middle School, Officer R. Diaz. 9:58 — Report on criminal mischief, 1500 block Highway 81 East, Officer A. Celli. 10:47 — Traffic stop/citation. Live Oak at soccer fields, Officer R. Diaz. 11:38 — Accident with property damage. West San Antonio at Hackberry, Officer R. Parchman. 11:50 — Report on criminal mischief, 1200 block Coll, Officer R. Diaz. Saturday afternoon 2:08 — Report on canine use, Stratford House Inn, Officer Steven D. Nicely. 2:45 — Report on theft/shop Ii fling, I(X) block Garden, Officer R. Diaz. 2:48 — Report on family disturbance, IOO block Garza, Officer R. Diaz. Saturday evening 6:57 — Traffic stop/citation, 300 block Seguin, Officer M. Mayer. 7:11 — Traffic stop/citation, 300 block Coll, Officer M. Mayer. 7:18 — Traffic stop/citation, Hunter at 306, Officer W. Spence. 7:50 — Report on bodily assault, by telephone, Officer M. Mayer. 8:18 — Report on injury accident, 1500 block San Antonio, Officer S. Grcmmcr. 9:31 — Traffic stop/citation, 2800 block Morningside, Officer W. Spence. 10:49 — Traffic stop/citation, location not listed. Officer W. Spence. 10:54 — Report on disturbance, 1500 block Lorelei, Officer W. Spence. 11:41 — Report on burglary of habitation, IOO block Magazine, Officer M. Mayer. I 1:47    —    Report    on kidnapping/bodily assault, 1800 block Spur 3, Officer S. Lange. Sunday morning 12:07 — Traffic atop/citation, IH35 frontage road, Officer M. Mayer. 1:37 — Traffic itop/cltation, Rothe, Officer T. Gonzales, 1:49 — Report on alarm, 300 block San Antonio (Lux Appliance), Officer M. Mayer. 2:26 — Traffic stop/citation, Old McQueeney, Officer Steven D. Nicely. 4:29 — Traffic stop/citation, IH35 Fire calls New Braunfels Emergency Medical Service and Fire Department calls from 7 am. Oct. 4 to 7 a.m. Oct. 8: Friday 4:18 p.m. — EMS; transport one patient from 700 block Roosevelt to McKenna Memorial Hospital; medical emergency. 4:27 p.m. — NBFD; 700 block Roosevelt; assist EMS. 6:51 p.m. — EMS; transport one patient from Oakgrovc subdivision to McKenna; medical emergency. 7:58 p.m. — NBFD; IOO block Hill; vehicle fire. Saturday 2:17 a.m. — NBFD; Hunter Road; assist EMS. 8:34 a.m. — EMS; transport one patient from 500 block Denise lo McKenna; medical emergency. 10:58 a.m. — EMS; transport one from Twin Pines Riding School at Hunter and Kraft to McKenna; medical emergency. 11:31 a.m. — EMS; transport one from McKenna to Wilford Hall; medical emergency. 4:05 p.m. — EMS; transport one from McKenna to Humana Metropolitan; medical emergency. 7:16 p.m. — EMS; transport one Horoscope By Stella Wilder Born today, you have been endowed with keen intuitions, and the capacity for getting to the heart of a matter with exceptional ease and accuracy. You are never afraid to look an issue in the face, and the truth, for you, is rarely if ever something to shy away from in any situation. You are energetic and able to settle down to work whenever necessary, and without any great period of preparation. Your intellect is considerable, and your curiosity about the world around you is always a prime motivator for you. To see what is in store for you tomorrow, find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph Let your birthday star be your daily guide. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2 LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) - You’ll be able to lead others to great feats today without needing to claim credit yourself Enjoy this generosity! SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -You'll discover the difference today between insisting and negotiating Of course, it s not a new lesson for you' SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) — Don't tamper with the status quo during the first part of the day See if natural processes will solve problems CAPRICORN (Dec 22-Jan ll) -Don’t wait until it s too late today to take advantage of clues you may have stumbled upon illegitimately AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) - This is a good time to try something new while engaging in familiar activities you know to be beneficial. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) -Your logic and reasoning may be somewhat faulty today, but you should be able to understand what others are on about. ARIES (March 21-Aprll If) - Your tastes are likely to differ dramatically from the tastes of those around you — especially after dark. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) - You mustn’t be so willing to accept the limits and parameters imposed on you by others today. State your conditions! GEMINI (May 21-Jiine 20) - An analysis of past events will prove that you have been on the right track -whether you've known it or not! CANCER (June 21-July 22) - You mustn’t be sheepish when it comes to expressing your own desires today. You must ask for what you want! LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - You’ll be able to indulge in a little make-believe in order to progress just a bit further in a highly personal situation. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - Don't misuse your powers of persuasion today. You’re in for a surprise if you expect the world to bow down to you at this time! from IH35 to Central Texas Medical Center; medical emergency. 8:18 p.m. — EMS; transport one patient with minor injuries from Live Oak at San Antonio to McKenna after motor vehicle accident. 8:18 p.m. — EMS; IOO block Live Oak; assist EMS. 11:37 p.m. — EMS; transport one from Comal County Sheriff’s Office to McKenna; medical emergency. Sunday 12:55 a.m. — NBFD; Hunter Road; assist EMS. 4:28 a.m. — EMS; transport one from Oakwood Inn to McKenna; medical emergency. 4:39 a.m. — NBFD; 300 block Highway 46 South; assist EMS. 3:27 p.m. — EMS; transport one from K-Mart parking lot to McKenna; medical emergency. Monday 11:47 a.m. — NBFD; 2500 block of Loop 337; hazardous spill. 4:52 p.m. — EMS; Landa St. at Loop 337 to McKenna; bicycle accident. 5:42 p.m. — NBFD; 900 block of W. San Antonio St.; assist EMS. Tuesday 1:02 a.m. — EMS; 400 block of Rothe to McKenna; medical emergency. The. Problem NAIL FUNGUS northbound, Officer W. Spence. 7:16 — Report on criminal mischief, 700 block Nacogdoches, Officer R. Diaz. 8:39 — Report on meeting with complainant, 1600 block Pahmeyer, Officer R. Parchman. 10:13 — Traffic itop/citation, Landa at Walnut, Officer R, Villarreal. 10:28 — Report on runaway, 700 block Mather, Officer A. Celli. 11:06 — Traffic itop/citation, Seguin at Coll, Officer P. Villarreal, 11:46    —    Report    on thcft/shoplifting, Teal wood, Officer A. Celli. Sunday afternoon 12:05 —    Re port on theft/shoplifting, 200 block Bergfeld, Officer R. Parchman. 12:34 — Traffic stop/citation, Seguin, Officer P. Villarreal. 12:46 — Traffic stop/citation, Peace at Basel, Officer R. Diaz. 1:45 — Traffic stop/citation, San Antonio at Walnut, Officer R. Diaz. 2:27 — Report on burglary of motor vehicle, 1300 block Cedar, Officer R. Parchman. 3:33 — Traffic stop/citation, East San Antonio at Market, Officer P, Villarreal. 3:54 — Report on runaway, 300 block Austin, Officer A. Celli. 4:01 — Report on theft/ihoplifting, Bealls, Officer R. Diaz. 5:08 — Traffic atop/citation, Walnut at Coll, Officer P. Villarreal. 5:23 — Traffic atop/citation, Walnut it Bridge, Officer P. Villaneal. Sunday evening 6:08 — Report on canine use, IOO block Rothe, Officer Steven D. Nicely. 6:21 — Report on theft/shoplifting, 2700 block Becker, Officer S. Lange. 6:45 — Report on court violation, 2700 block Becker, Officer S. Lange. 6:55 — Traffic stop/citation, 400> block Seguin, OfficerM. Mayer. 10:05 — Traffic stop/citation, Landa at Loop 337, Officer Steven D. Nicely. 10:08 — Report on located runaway, 300 block Austin, Officer K. Fazzone. 10:45 — Report on traffic stop, IH33 South, Officer W, Spence. 10:48 — Report on canine use, IH35 South near Walnut, Officer Steven D. Nicely. 10:56 — Report on serve municipal. Officer T. Gonzales. 11:30 — Traffic stop/citation, Union at Common, Officer K. Fazzone. Monday morning 1:35 —Traffic stop/citation, IH35 northbound, Officer W. Spence. 2:10 — Traffic stop/citation, location not reported, Officer W. Spence. 2:13    —    Report on traffic stop/motor vehicle registration, Officer T. Gonzales. 2:31 — Report on canine use, Hikel Park, Officer Steven D. Nicely. 3:20 — Traffic stop/citation, Highway 46 South, Officer W. Spence. 4:13 — Report on criminal mischief. Jack In the Box, Officer M. Mayer. 5:05 — Report on thefl/shoplifting, 600 block Lakeview, Officer T. Gonzales. 5:18 — Traffic stop/citation, Linde, Officer M. Mayer. 6:11 — Report on accident with property damage, 1800 block Oak Glen, Officer R. Parchman. Summary 262 total calls for service. Total response time: 7:09, average was :02. Total on-site time: 88:16, average was :20. Total expired time: 1:54, average was :23. ...... I !> ic;,' ■ ..W .»*/ /■/, . lh" sfminl~$S The Sebum FUNGI NAIL Try this safe, simple, effective remedy for the symptoms of embarrassing nail fungus. Fungi Mail* fights thick, split, discolored nails. Two powerful antifungal agents fight infection on toenails and fingernails and work to eliminate the actual fungus. Easy to apply ai nail polish. No prescription needed. Do you use Artificial Nails? Then you should use Fungi Nail• to prevent the nail fungus associated with artificial nails. A veil*bl* at your pharmacy or havo tham contact Krmmmr Laboratoriaa. 8778 S. VV. 8 St., Miami. FI. 33174 SEARCH FOR SIGNIFICANCE "Learn to base your self-worth on the love, forgiveness and acceptance of Christ...rather than on your success and ability to please others." Tonight-October 8 7.40 PM. 330 South Hackberry-625-1288 Sponsored by Freedom Fellowship Church Hwrald-Ztltung Published Sunday morning, Tuesday. Wednesday. Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels Herald 7.eitung. 707 Landa Si., or P O. Drawer 3 ll328, New Braunfels. Texas 78131 1328. Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels Herald ZeUung at New Braunfels, Texas. DAVID SULLENS Editor and Publisher JANINE GREEN Managing Editor CHERYL DUVALL Business Manager KAREN REININGER Classified Manager JIM HORNBECK Advertising Director CAROL ANN AVERY Circulation Manager GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties: three months, $12 .90; six months, $2230; one year, $40.00 Senior Citizens Discount (carrier delivery only): sa months, $19.25; one year, $34.00. Mail delivery outside Comal County, in Texas: three months, $22.50; six months, $40 OO, one year, $75.00. Mail outside Texas: su months, J5250; one year, $8750. lf you have not received your newspaper by 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, or by 7:30 am. Sunday, call 625 9144 or 658-1900 by 7 pm. and ll a m., respectively. Postmaster: Send address changes lo P.O. Drawer 3ll328, New Braunfels, Texas 78131 1328 1991 Texas Red Ribbon Campaign ^ Proud To Be... H Drug-Free October 19-27,1991 The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung is kicking off the 1991 Red Ribbon Week Campaign with an "Why I'm Drug Free” essay contest for all area Middle School Students. All entries must be submitted to the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung office by noon. October 15th, 1991. There will be a first, second and third place winner in each grade. First place winners will receive a 1992 Schlitterbahn Season Pass. Second place winners will receive two (2) free bowling games (shoes included) from Comal Bowl. Third place winners will receive a free buffet from Mr. Gattis. First place winning essays from each grade will be published In the New Braunfels Her-ald-Zeltung on October 18th, 1991, along with signature ads from local businesses supporting a drug free environment. If you have any questions, call Corbie at 625-9144. Good luck to all the students who enter, and thank you to Schlitterbahn, Comal Bowl, Mr. Gatti's and The Safe City Commission for your efforts! lf you are a business who would like to be a part of 1991 Red Ribbon Week, please hang Red Ribbons on your door the week of October 19th through the 27th. ;