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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 15, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Page 4A HBRALDZBITUNG Thursday June COUNTY STATE FROM THE DISPATCH Muto burglary A 37yearold New Braunfels man reported someone entered his unlocked 1985 Mercury twodoor sometime Monday or Tuesday in the 300 block of Interstate 35 and stole a cellular phone and a lock worth an esti mated Bicycle theft A 44yearold New Braunfels woman reported her red Schwinn bicycle was stolen from her front porch about 9 Tuesday at her apartment complex in the 400 block of Business 35 The bike was valued at Theft Someone stole book shelves a lattice and a garden hose worth an esti mated sometime Monday or Tuesday from a porch behind a business in the 200 block of Comal Avenue NBPD officers said they did not have a suspect Employees of a business in the 900 block of N Walnut Avenue reported someone shattered a store window worth an estimated sometime Tuesday or Wednesday Employees said they did not yet know whether items were stolen from the store UPCOMING MEETINGS COMAL COUNTY COMMISSIONERS meeting today Comal County Courthouse Annex 150 N Seguin Commissioners Courtroom third floor NEW BRAUNFELS PARKS AND RECREATION public meeting 7 today Landa Park at the Landa Haus 360 Aquatic Circle to get comments from res idents on the recreation needs of the New Braunfels community GUADALUPE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS meeting Friday Guadalupe County Administration Building 307 VV Court Street Seguin GUADALUPEBLANCO RIVER board of directors Wednesday Kendall County Courthouse 204 E San Antonio Boerne Kendall County Barbecue and fish fry scheduled this weekend Fischer Store School Community Center at Highway 32 and FarmtoMarket Road 484 is holding the annual meeting and barbecue on Saturday A donation for adults for children will give you a plate of barbecue potato salad cole slaw beans bread drinks and dessert The meeting begins at 11 with food served from noon until 3 Also on Saturday the Sattler VFW Post 8573 at River Road and FM 2673 in Sattler will have a fish fry from noon to 4 Proceeds will go toward the posts building fund Cost is per plate Stick around for the shuffle board tour nament at If you are interested in herbal medicine an introduction to growing and harvesting herbs is from 9 to 1 Saturday at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center 4801 La DANA JONES Crosse Austin Ellen Zimmerman will lead the work shop on herbs used in medicinal infusions teas salves and tinc tures Cost is for center members Preregistration is required call 512 2924200 The Friends of Tye Preston Library meet at 2 today in the library meeting room Anyone who loves books and libraries is welcome Contact the library for information on the summer read ing program on tap for July 12 through August 2 On Wednesday the Canyon Lake Republican Women will have their regular meeting begin ning at 10 Canyon Lake Action Center Members and vis itors are welcome to attend and help plan for the July Style Show and Brunch For information call 8997236 The list of summer activities offered by the Canyon Lake Community Recreation Center is extensive With the help of the YMCA US Corps of Engineers along with contributions from the com munity the next two months are primed for fun and education Sports activities for boys and girls include basketball volleyball karate gymnastics and archery Adult volleyball is being orga nized for Friday nights Young folks can spread their wings with classes in theater ceramics and a Native American workshop Adult and family fun includes stained glass bird watching and model rockets For a complete calendar of times dates and fees contact the center 9643003 Dana Jones lives in the Canyon Lake Together again K JESSIE The pair of pet parrots stolen two weeks ago from New Braunfels Feed Supply on Loop 337 have been recov ered Linda Rompel said thanks are owed to divine inter vention and a multitude of friends and customers who watched for the birds to turn up in the area Police are still investigating Alan Rompel Jr and Amazon parrot Senor get reacquainted ORTHO SUPPORT SUPREME SETS Tax bills on their way The New Braunfels Independent School District tax office mailed out statements for the 1999 tax year for the school district and the City of New Braunfels on Monday According to Betsy Caldwell director of tax collections tax payers will receive two tax state ments in the mail one for school taxes and one for city taxes The amount due will be the total of the two Caldwell said You may make out one check for the total Caldwell said if taxpayers did not receive statements by June 23 they should contact the tax office to verify their mailing address If you have an escrow account with your mortgage company your statement has been sent to them Caldwell said If you do receive a statement and have an escrow account you will need to forward a copy of your statement to your mortgage company for Taxes are due upon receipt and must be paid no later than July 31 to avoid penalty and interest Taxpayers older than 65 may opt to pay their taxes in installments but at least one fourth of the total due must by paid by July 31 This applies only to homestead proper ty Payments may be made in per son at the tax office located at 407 W Mill St office is open between 8 and 5 Monday through Friday Payments may be mailed and will be considered on time if post marked by July 31 For more information contact the tax office 6256714 SAVE SAVE 25 on all accessories AskHow Aal Ask Sherwliv Williams AU SAVWflB AW Off REGULAR PMCC8 Excludn book window UMtmtnti flooreovirlng way tqulpmtnt and Etwrior Coaling Not opan on Not for typographical or artwqrk arron rMtrvn right to wrtci trren at point of purchiw 9 WOO Tha SlwwmWUIwni Company VWtui SherwinWilliams Co 364 Landa It
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