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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 28, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Page4A HERALDZEfTUM Friday COUNTY LOCAL STATE FROM THE DISPATCH Drag possession A 17yearoW Buherde man yeas arrested Monday by Coma County Sheriffs officers for possession of toss than 20 ounces of marijuana Me was booked into Coma County Jail on bond intoxication A 21 yearold New Braunfefe man was arrest ed Wednesday for public intoxication by New Braunfete Police Department officers He was booked into Coma County Jail on S1 50 bond Assault A 3ByearoW Canyon Lake area man was arrest ed Tuesday by Comal County Sheriffs officers for assaulting a family mem ber and causing them bodi ly injury He was booked into Comal County Jail on no bond A 37yearold Spring Branch man was arrested Monday by Comal County Sheriffs officers for driving while intoxicated He was booked into Comal County Jail on no bond UPCOMING MEETINGS CFTY OF NEW BRAUNFELS PLANNING COMMISSION Tuesday New Braunfels Municipal Building 424 S Castell Ave BUILDING STANDARDS COMMISSION Feb 7 citys municipal building 424 S Castell Ave NEW BRAUNFELS CfTY COUNCIL Feb 14 municipal building 424 S Castell Ave NEW BRAUNFELS CfTY COUNCIL Feb 28 municipal building 424 S Castell Ave NEW BRAUNFELS DRAINAGE ADVISORY COMMITTEE Feb 15 citys municipal building 424 S Castell Ave BURN BAN Because of dry conditions Comal County has instituted a ban on all outdoor burning in Comal County A person is considered in violation if bums any com bustible material outside an enclosure that contains all sparks and flames Violation of the bum ban is a class C misdemeanor punishable by up to a fine Sleet snow rehearsals canceling flights snarl traffic DALLAS AP Freezing rain steeJ and SDOW interrupted hun dreds of airline flights snaried highway traffic and cut power to thousands of homes today across North and Central Texas The slippery frigid weather impeded trawl Roadways were cJogged with accidents and icy runways resulted in numerous flight cancellations A prhate jet slid off a runway today at Dallas Love Field No injuries were report ed State troopers in Sulphur Springs and Sherman as well as other North Texas law officers respond ed to dozens of wrecks due to slick roads Weve got about an inch of ice on the roads and its been getting said Chad Richey a Texas Department of Public Safety com munications officer in Sulphur Springs 75 miles northeast of Dallas Morning snow that fell in the DallasFort Worth area changed to sleet and freezing rain Classes at Gainesville north of Dallas and Paris were canceled Its pretty miserable up said Ronnie Loveless director of maintenance and transportation for Paris Independent School District JEAN to the HeraWZeitung Emily Bushnell plays Mooch the Pooch Ashley Patterson plays one of the Munch Kin and Renee Favors plays Dotty in the upcoming performance of The Wiz of the West at the New Braunfels Civic Center Friday The per formance begins at Tickets costing for adults and for students go on sale at 6 Friday at the door Tickets also are available at the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce 390 S Seguin Ave DWI plea nets 180day sentence FROM STAFF REPORTS A 45yearold San Antonio man received a 180day sentence in the county jail after pleading guilty to a twoyearold charge of driving while intoxicated Stephen G Mcelroy pleaded guilty to a Class A misdemeanor charge of driving while intoxicat ed after a Comal County jury deadlocked in his trial on a felony DWT charge Mcelroy was arrested in Comal County on Jan 30 1998 He was charged with a thirddegree felony DWI charge because he had three or more previous DWI offenses He was released on a bond A Comal County grand jury indicted Mcelroy in August 1999 Mcelroys trial began Monday morning with the prosecution presenting evidence Monday afternoon The jury began deliberations Tuesday evening Jim Noble Comal County assis tant district attorney said the jury deliberated three and a half hours then sent out notes indicating they were deadlocked On Wednesday morning Comal County prosecutors and Mcelroys defense attorney David Warts reached a plea agreement and Mcelroy pleaded guilty to the less er charge He was sentenced to 180 days in jail 18 months probation and fined He also will have to serve 24 hours of community ser vice and attend alcoholdependen cy counseling State district judge Jack Robison presided over the trial If convicted of the thirddegree felony charge Mcelroy could have faced up to 10 years in prison and a fine up to Horticulture committee offers landscape design course Seguin seniors strike up the band SPECIAL TO THE HERALDZETTUNG SEGUIN The Seguin Activity Center welcomes the merger of die Seguin Community Band Seguins only community band into the operations of the Seguin Activity Center The new name is a combina tion of two organizations and the band will continue as the Seguin Activity Centers Community Band The band will conduct regular rehearsals at the Activity Center and the functions will be scheduled through the Activity Center The band meets for either a practice or a concert on the first and third Thursdays of each month The 25member allvolun teer band will average about 20 to 25 performances a year This years officers are Sherry Dawson vice president and instrument librarian Neighbors secretarytreasurer Elisabeth Noelke Dietz music librarian Roxanne Heckmann phone chairpersons Virginia Kveton Laverne Ellis and Elisabeth NoelkeDietz Contact Dana Dawson the executive director at the Seguin Activity Center at 830 3797842 The band as well as the Activity Center are looking for community support and new members A daylong landscape design course will be offered Feb 19 at the Holiday Inn 1051 IH 35 East The registration fee is and includes a catered noon meal refreshments and a landscape design notebook All participants must preregis ter The class is limited to the first 50 paid registrations received Topics covered during this sem inar include landscape design principles and details on the techniques of designing a landscape by Frank Suarez Green Grass San Antonio selecting landscape plants plant lists and suggestions by Dr William Welch professor and Extension landscape horticultur ist Texas University and maintenance of landscape plants and proper care of land scape plants including watering pruning by David Will Landscape Details Registration forms are available at the Comal County Extension Office 132 S Water Lane New Braunfels Call for information at at 6203440 Deadline to register is Tuesday or when 50 paid regis trations are received LACKS Super Savings SALE Lf more Step up to the Next Larger Size for just more Charlston Manor by Cherry finish veneers and hard wood solids Beds indude head board footboard and wood rails List Price 5 Drawer Chest 2 Drawer Night Stand Dresser Mirror HiBoy Base Deck King Headboard Footboard and Wood Rais Queen Headboard Footboard 499 with Wood Rails ull Super Queen Super King i PC Size Ea 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