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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 19, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page 4A HKRALDZHITUNG October 2001 Contact Managing Editor Margaret Edmonson at 6259144 Dispatch burglarized Someone stole several hundred dollars from n local business in n burglary that occurred overnight Saturday or Sunday in the 1100 block of Business 35 There was no sign of forced police A diesel fuel spill caused the closure of Farmto Market Road 1102 Thursday A Comal County Sheriffs Office deputy said a semi rig jackknifed on FM 1102 just north of Interstate rupturing one of its fuel The driver of the rig con tinued driving until he noticed the fuel About 75 gallons of diesel were spilled in the which occurred at around 8 FM also called York Creek was closed for nearly three hours until the fuel was cleaned CANYON LAKE Canyon Lake was dispatched to River Road to investigate a possible drowning near Camp Beans about 10 Officials reported that a couple was fishing in the river using waders when the male half of the expedi tion became separated from his He was feared lost but was reunited with the mis sus about He drove up in his Jeep as we were getting orga nized for a a fire official She shared a few choice words with and they circuit New Braunfels firefight ers responding to a reported fire at a business Thursday morning found a short cir cuit in an air conditioning A New Braunfels Fire Department spokesman said firefighters went to a business in the WalMart business center in the 800 block of 135 South at Officials reported no damage to anything but the air CANYON LAKE Firefighters were called to control a burning brush pile when the fire threatened to spread Thursday A Canyon Lake spokesman said firefighters went to a location on Farm toMarket Road 484 just off FM 306 at 3 mischief Someone smashed flood lights worth in an incident sometime after 4 Tuesday and before 7 Wednesday in the 3500 block of Loop Meetings COMAL COUNTY COM MISSIONERS COURT Commissioners third Comal County Courthouse COMALCOUNTY COM workshop meeting on the World Trade Center 2 Comal County Emergency Operations 3005 San Antonio NEW BRAUNFELS CITY COUNCIL executive ses Municipal Conference Room 424 Castell NEW BRAUNFELS CITY COUNCIL Regular meet Municipal Council 424 Castell I cant look CHRIS Smithson Valley High School freshman Celeste Walence hides her eyes from a needle held by Rahe Primary nurse Yolanda Boyd Thursday before receiving her meningitis shot in the high schools Kari Hutchison with the Comal Independent School District said 400 SVHS students received vaccinations in the clinic conducted on Last 300 students were This brings the total of SVHS students not vaccinated in the two recent clinics or the ones last spring to Amendment would sweeten coffee trade Stylists clippin for a cause Cutathon to benefit American Red Cross FROM STAFF REPORTS About 50 New Braunfels area hair dressers will spend Sunday afternoon in Landa Park cutting hair for the American Red Larry Blinder of Blinders Hair Salon said all the proceeds from Sundays cutathon will go to the American Red Cross Liberty Disaster Relief Anyone who attends the event from 1 to 5 at Landa Park Pavilion 16 across from the swimming pool can get a haircut or nail styling for a minimum donation to the Red Cross of Haircuts will be provided on park bench Blinder The weather forecast is idealv We expect sunshine and temperatures in the low Blinder Its just going to be a beauti ful But even if it were to Blinder said about 50 haircuts at a time can be accom modated under the pavilion The idea for the benefit came a couple of weeks Blinder After the tragedies in New York and Washington I called the American Red Cross in New We have experience with and we just wanted to find some way to Blinder Calls went out to local hairdressers and the response has been Blinder Blinder said was raised for the Red Cross at a similar event conducted in San Antonio He hoped to do better in New On a Sunday in Landa a couple thousand people run through I dont know why we cant do as Weve had a lot of and everyones been really Blinder Emily Turner at The Escape said there will also be a raffle at the Gift bas kets worth will be For the basket includes hair care shaving products and a free hair For the basket will be the same but will include Tickets can be bought on Sunday after noon or in advance for each at Escape or A La 1124 San Antonio We want to raise money for the families and and were hoping for a great Turner Jane director of the New Braunfels American Red Cross branch said the agency appreciated the work the hairdressers were This will be a great event that will be classy and Mitchell We encourage people to get a quality haircut while doing something good for the rest of the HOUSTON AP Texas voters might not know beans about the coffee but theyre being asked to give the Port of Houston a prop erty tax break on Java inven tories so it can better com pete with other entry Proposition 3 asks Texans to allow the states main port to be exempt from property taxes on coffee and cocoa Other amend ments calling for property tax exemptions are Proposition a break for all Texas and Proposition which shields travel Area politicians are calling for saying it could make Texas a player in coffee and cocoa The port and the Texas at the request of the Interna tional Longshoremens Asso back the Opponents argue the exemption simply shifts tax burden onto The business groups pro moting the proposition say the exemption will allow Houston to siphon business from New Miami and New which are des ignated as delivery sites that fulfill futures contracts on the New York Board of The proposed tax exemp tion would meet a condition necessary for the Board of Trade to award exchange port status to the Port of Houston proponents clear the way for Houston to become a On See Sundays Herald Zeitung for sample ballots and a League of Women Voters voting guide for the 6 general They predict that if the tax es are Texas coffee imports could double to tons per year and storage could increase ten fold to 1 million bags annu the Center for Public Policy a lib eral watchdog has con demned Proposition 3 as the epitome of a narrow special interest The center estimates coun ty governments will lose about in revenue if the proposition they it would open the door to other industries want ing special Others also worry that cof fee and cocoa especially in West is largely performed by child Ken spokesman for the business coalition supporting Proposi tion said the group disap proves of humanrights vio lations but believes such con cerns are best addressed through foreign policy There is no reason to believe that most coffee isnt harvested by acceptable TAQUEIIIA JAUSCO We specialize in Jalisco style Mexican Food Phone 830 6207970 BUY ONE BREAKFAST TACO GET THE SECOND ONE OFF Owners Fernandez 1308 San Antonio New TX 78130 EXPIRES 46RSIOK Sundays at the Library starts with ghost stories SPECIAL TO THE HERALD ZEITUNQ Docia author of Ghosts Along the Texas Coast and Best Tales of Texas will talk about ghost stories and her newest The History and Mys tery of the Menger from 3 to 4 21 at the New Braunfels Public Library meeting Her visit is part of the Sundays at the a program made possible by the New Braunfels Public Library The program schedule for 20012002 includes 21 True Tales of Texas Ghosts with Docia Williams 18 Childrens Book WILLIAMS Week for adults 16 Author Jay Bran don 20 Author Barbara Burnett Smith 17 Author Stephen Harrig an March 17 To be announced April 21 Poet Naomi Shihab Nye and May 19 Author Sandra All programs are scheduled from 3 to 4 For infor call v Community Celebrations Presents In Concert i Saturday October 27 1 K J Merle Haggard at the Gillespie County Fairgrounds TEXAS Advanced Tickets At The Door Featuring ROGER MOON New Braunfels DENTISTRY American Academy of General Dentistry American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry American Academy of Laser Dentistry John 162 South Seguin Avenue New 781309 Phone Fax Entail firstname.lastname@example.org Deluxe Bleaching Kit 2 For The price of 1 leoodiil The Ramblers Bart Redd Junior Jack Gaskin U Phillip Fajardo CD Release Party For ticket information Bperne Fredericksbury The Boerne Slai j I 11 Glllespie Fairgrounds Banderu Chnmpe Jennings Jewelers biO990 The Cowboy Store The Double Ox Cantina Kerrville Hill Country Music tiM 997O900 The Cowboy Store h in Shear Sucryss KRVL I Marble Falls The Ranch Radio on lXMi Marble Falls ij Gates Open at Partial Proceeds go to New Horizons
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