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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 11, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas HeraldZeitung o Thursday December n 3A Police Beat Coma County Sheriffs deputies arrested a juvenile for possession of marijuana in a drug free zone at approximately Friday at Smithson Valley Middle School reports showed The boy was transported to the sheriffs office and turned over to juvenile probation reports showed Comal County sheriffs deputies arrested three Smithson Valley High School students for attempted burglary of a habitation Monday in the Whispering Hills subdivision A neighbor saw the three at a residence and called the sheriffs office Officers caught the youths fleeing on foot They were taken to Pet 2 justice of the peace and magistrated then turned over to juvenile probation reports showed Comal County sheriffs deputies arrested three juveniles for burglary of a building at Sunday in tfye Astro Hills subdivision A homeowner saw the three the youngest of whom was 9 years old enter a neighbors storage building reports showed The homeowner detained the boys until sheriffs officers arrived reports showed Comal County sheriffs deputies arrested a 17yearold New Braunfels man for unlawfully carrying a weapon at Sunday at Solms Road and Farmto Market 482 Deputies stopped his vehicle for a traffic violation reports showed and found a machete in the vehicle He had a warrant outstanding from the New Braunfels Police Department for burglary of a building with a bond He was taken to Comal County Jail and bond for the weapons charge was set at reports showed The man was still being held at the jail Wednesday morning A report was filed at the Comal County Sheriffs Office that a 48 yearold New Braunfels man assaulted two detention officers at Saturday The report showed the man was in jail on another charge with bond One jailers knee was injured and the other had to have seven stitches for a cut to his ear the report showed Formal charges had not yet been filed Tuesday morning Festtage Planner FRIDAYSUNDAY GLOWFEST 97 Texas Only Winter Holiday Balloon Festival Daily at sunrise flyover of more than 25 balloons Evening glow at Comal County Fairgrounds concessions available spectacular family event filled with music and the most unusual holiday lighting display in south Texas Contact Chamber of Commerce at 8306252385 or 18005722626 A CHRISTMAS JOURNEY cancelled Contact Celeste Salge at 8306257693 or Jerald Schroeder at 830609 7729 ext 19 THE FOURTH ANNUAL CHRISTMAS TOUR OF HOMES into the Holiday Spirit with a visit to the delightful and festive on this years tour Enjoy the enchantment of Christmas past and present Contact Genny Hensz at 830625 6119 SATURDAY JINGLE BELL FOR FAMILY OUTREACH 5k Run Walk Kids K and Silent Auction 9 in Landa Park Contact Susan Phillips at 830609 5030 DEC 18 CAROLING ON THE PLAZA SIXTEENTH ANNUAL Arts Council sponsors community get together with friends and neighbors to sing traditional Christmas carols Downtown Plaza at 6 Contact Ann Young at 907 2991 DEC 22 HARVEST FROM THE HEART FOURTH ANNUAL Community Christmas Dinner at Civic Center 58 Contact Hit at 8306252661 or Judy Kraft at 8306252322 Founders are Robert Konkel and Dana Overstreet Professionals offer guidance to teen whos being stalked DEAR ABBY Quaking in the 15yearold girl who was bothered by her fathers friend must talk immediately to her school counselor or a caring sympathetic And she must not be afraid totell the truth if police interview her Four years ago the sister of one of my students became unusually quiet and withdrawn so I made a point of befriending her She told me a shocking story about the man who sleeps in my her fathers boyhood friend who came to the familys trailer in the evenings slept in her bed and made sexual advances Her parents did not interfere She told me how scared she was and that she couldnt sleep think or do her school work 1 told her to tell her parents that I said they must make him leave tonight or by law they could be held That empoweredthe parents He left that night I also contacted her school principal who summoned a deputy because we are legally required to report such incidents I was away from school the day they questioned her The poor girl was so intimidated she denied everything She was sure the man would kill her if she reported him Later the deputy called me to say that apparently the girl had lied to me 1 was shocked I was often in her home because of their distress and poverty I knew her well enough to know she was telling me the truth The family believes the man murdered his pregnant wife in his hometown in another country and fled here illegally They also believed that he delivered narcotics across the state hidden among the heavy equipment he transported The parents were terrified of him Abby I wrote a letter and sent it to the Sheriffs Department the INS the DBA our SANE Substance Abuse Narcotics Education officer the students principal newspaper reporter who had befriended the family The man who sleeps in my bed disappeared in days and hasnt been seen since We could get rid of those who would harm our children if we persist A CALIFORNIA TEACHER DEAR TEACHER You handled the problem very well I hope others will learn from your example Please read on for more input from a caring professional DEAR ABBY I am a clinical social worker in Los Angeles who is very disturbed about the letter in your oolumn from the 15yearold girl who is being stalked and harassed by her fathers 34yearold male friend You were absolutely correct when you told her to save and photocopy the notes and show them to a responsible adult such as a school counselor or clergyperson 1 would Strongly urge this young woman to go even further than this The behavior of these irresponsible parents is unconscionable They cannot be relied upon to take action when the school authorities contact them about this She can and should report this mans behavior both to the police and to her local Department of Childrens Services Her school counselor can help her contact them These two entities have the power to protect her from further harassment and stalking and he is indeed stalking to provide education and counseling to the family to educate her mother and father about responsible parenting and to monitor them to ensure that they provide it She should also ask her school counselor to provide her with ongoing counseling for herself Urge her to do this without delay before the man becomes more bold in his actions CONCERNED ADULT IN LA Pretty poinsettias Photo submitted Delivering poinsettias and gifts to the Womens shelter on Dec 2 were members of the Four Seasons Garden Club From left are Lucille Douma Barbara Newsom Helen Nolan Jewell Moore Jean Petersen Carolyn Kilkenny Camilla Palmer chairman of the Christmas service project and Liz Coker Accepting the holiday plants and gifts were Rosaena SanchezMushel and Liza Luna in the second row Hays Co busts hot check writers Hays County Sheriffs Department Criminal Warrants Division conducted a hot check roundup Wednesday Officers from the Hays County Sheriffs Department Texas Department of Public Safety San Marcos Police Department and Constable Billy Reeves from the Pet 5 Constables Office in Buda participated in this effort Officers attempted service on 93 individuals for the offenses of issuing bad checks and theft by Officers were successful in arresting 42 individuals and cleared a total of 53 warrants which accounted for in fines and in restitution returned to local merchants Issuing bad checks is a Class C misdemeanor punishable by a fine not to exceed plus court costs Theft by check is punishable by a fine time in county jail to time in state prison depending on the dollar value Local Briefs NBHS students painting Unicorns for Project Grad New Braunfels High School students will stencil unicorns on cars today from 3 to 6 in tHe HfeU and Walmart parking lots On Friday from 3 to they will stencil cars in the high school parking lot The cost will be for one stencil and for three stencils All proceeds will benefit Project Graduation Project KISS brings North Pole to lake For All your Body Shop Needs BECKER MOTOR CO 547 S Scguin New Braunfels 6063463 Annuities As part of Canyon Lakes Christmas festivities Project KISS presents The North Pole on Farm idMarket 2673 on Friday from 4 to 8 and Saturday from noon to 8 Hear the story of Santa Claus as told by Scribbler Elf Peek in the windows while the children create in the Toy Factory or pet reindeer in The Reindeer Bam Visit The Bakery or browse The Elves House while children take pictures with Santa all in Safe Surrounding for The BOXCARA 620041 I MERRY CHRISTMAS 1259 LOOP 337 for what most FARM BUREAU INSURANCE Life Auto Home We can help you plan for your retirement or for any other reason you wish with our flexible premium retirement annuity 830 6256924 K triim Bureau Underwriter aim Bureau Mutual Insurance Co SAFETY A NEW BUSINESS IN TOWN IZAAKS PROFESSIONAL CLEANING SERVICES offering Holiday Special Evening Rates Offices Banks Beauty Salons Daycares Apartments Country Clubs Houses Many years of experience with excellent references Serious callers only pm pm MF 8303720049 Ask for David Centex four best valueeveryday BLUEPRINT SIZE COPIES 900 South Seguin Ave by the underpass 6293979 I W Holidays are a happy and hectic time of year Theyre also an ideal time to gather with friends and family to celebrate this very special season Id like to invite you to join us for a Holiday Open House that we II be hosting for our friends and customers on Thursday December 11 1997 from Mary Cunningham 1551 N Walnut The Oaks 6431046 Edward Jones A holiday gathering to avoid Christmas lights signal the holiday season but extension cords can be dangerous when used improperly If an extension cord feels warm its overloaded and poses a fire hazard Use separate outlets when possible To avoid electrical shock discard frayed or worn cords Run cords over carpeting rather than under Use extension cords wisely and have a safe and happy holiday season IMj Pedernales Hi Electric Cooperative Inc Bringing Energy to the Texas Hill Country
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