New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 6, 2001, Page 4

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 06, 2001

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 6, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page 4A November 2001 Contact Managing Editor Margaret Edmonson at 6259144 Dispatch lewdness plea A 53yearold New Brnunfela man pleaded guilty this past week to a misdemeanor lewdness charge in connection with an incident in a local park this past Court documents reveal Cecil Smith pleaded guilty to public lewdness on 31 in County Court at He was fined sen tenced to 100 hours of com munity service and placed on probation for two If he completes his proba Smith will pay only in fines and another in court Smith and another man were arrested at on May 25 in the public restroom at Cypress Bend New Braunfels police alleged that the pair was engaged in a lewd Public lewdness is a class A misdemeanor punishable by a fine of up to and up to one year in county The other man allegedly involved in the incident has not yet been HJtum crash SMITHSON VALLEY A traffic collision between two Smithson Valley High School students backed up traffic in both directions on Texas 46 Monday after The accident occurred at when an east bound 18yearold San Antonio man lost control while executing a Uturn and slammed into another eastbound vehicle driven by an 18yearold Canyon Lake There were no serious I Ulus rolls CASA AP A Greyhound bus passenger apparently frus trated that he couldnt smoke tried to wrest control of the steering wheel away from the sending the bus careening out of control at 70 The bus rolled over on a injuring 33 one It was the third time in a month that a passenger tried to commandeer one of the Dallasbased companys Charles George of who was not was treated for facial cuts at Casa Grande Regional Hospital and taken into George had not been charged as of Monday Meetings COMMUNITY DEVELOP MENT ADVISORY COMMIT TEE 6 Conference Room Municipal 424 Castell COMAL INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT public meeting on attendance Bill Brown Elementary 20410 Texas 46 SCHERTZCIBOLOUNI VERSAL CITY INDEPEN DENT SCHOOL DISTRICT called board of 7 new Dobie Junior High 395 Borgfeld COMAL COUNTY COMMIS SIONERSCOURT Commissioners third Comal County Courthouse Annex 150 Seguin COMAL INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT public meeting on attendance Mountain Valley Elementary 1165 Sattler Canyon COMAL INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT public meeting on attendance Canyon Intermediate 1275 Business New Heritage Society awards Sharlene Johnson president of the Heritage Society of New presents the Dillen Award to Jan Yoehle Wingate second from Wingate accepted the award on behalf of her Frank and Flo for their dedication to the historical Right Colleen and Fred Willard respond to the announce1 ment that this years Heritage Market and Exhibit is dedicated to Each year the exhibit is dedicated to individ uals who have performed outstanding support to historical preservation and the promotion of community Johnson made the presentations dur ing the preview gala on Photos submitted Comal County polling places Polls will be open from 7 to 7 today at the following locations Precinct 1 Comal County Senior Citizen 655 Landa Street New BraunfersPresbyferfah 373 Howard Drive Precinct Oakwood Baptist Church 21 54 Loop New Braunfels Precinct Canyon Lake Action FM Sattler Precinct Startz Startzville Precinct Bulverde Spring Branch EMS build 4201 Highway 281 at Texas 17 and Peace Lutheran Church 11 47 Walnut New Braunfels Precinct 8 and Comal Elementary 6720 FM New Braunfels Precinct Mission Valley Bowling 2311 Texas 46 New Braunfels Precinct Bulverde Community Bulverde and Ammann Bulverde Precinct Garden Ridge Municipal 9357 Schoenthal f Garden Ridge Precinct 13 and Lone Star School Hidalgo New Braunfels Precinct 29 and United Methodist Church Wesley 572 San Antonio New Braunfels Entrance on Mill Street Precinct 16 and Frazier Elementary School 1441 Highway New Braunfels Precinct Fischer Store School Community FM 32 at FM Fischer Precinct Spring Branch Volunteer Fire 281 at Spring Branch Precinct Faith United Church of 970 Loop New Braunfels Precinct Eden Home for the 631 Lakeview New Braunfels Precinct Northside Church of 1130FM New Braunfels Voters in Precincts and 21 also can vote in the Southeast Trinity Ground water Conservation District confirmation Remember to check in at tables for both the Constitutional Amendment election and the Ground water Conservation District The amendment election will be conducted on optical scan The GCD election will be conducted on paper ballots that go in different ballot NEW BRAUNFELS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT District 4 election Lamar 240 Central Statewide voter turnout likely to be low today PERRY BY KELLEY SHANNON Associated Press Writer AUSTIN Nineteen pro posed constitutional amend ments are on the ballot Tues The challenge for state officials is getting voters to the polls to weigh in on Voter interest is typically low in a statewide election when there are no peo ple running for state Every now and then we have some thing that will really put the numbers up such as past propositions legalizing a state lottery or gambling on horse said Eliza beth Hanshaw legal division director for the Texas Secretary of States But no single issue on the Tuesday ballot has attracted that level of Voter turnout statewide is projected to be below 10 per Early voting in the 15 most populous counties was only according to the Secretary of States In Houston and where there are mayoral races local candi dates and issues could figure decisively in statewide bal loting on the proposed con stitutional Turnout in Harris County is expected to be Besides selecting a new voters there are being asked about the fate of light rail and whether the city of Houston should be banned in the future from deciding to offer health ben efits to the samesex and domestic partners of city Proposed constitutional amendments that have grabbed some attention include a proposition that would authorize million in bonds for building roads hi colonias along the Texas Mexico border and one that would create the Texas Mobil ity which could lead to new types of funding for road Republican Rick Perry campaigned for Perry cites the states pop ulation growth and increased traffic because of the North American Free Trade Agree ment as reasons to branch out from the states tradi tional payasyougo method of building Proposition 8 would autho rize million for repairs and maintenance at 13 state including the Texas Department of Parks and which would put some of the money toward restoration of the San Jacin to Proposition 7 would allow the Veterans Land Board to sell up to million in bonds to finance additional home mortgage loans to vet erans and to operate and veterans Kick up your heels and join us for the 1st Annual New Braunfels Womens Chamber Boot Ball November midnight Elks Lodge New Texas Corporate table Individual Western Wear Attire Catering by All Occasions Catering For more information call 830 6095030 Music provided by Bubba Littrell and the Melody Mustangs VOTE YOIANDA LONGORIA For NBISD School Board Trustee Qualifications CCSCT Board Member for 5 Served on three advisory boards for City of New HeraldZeitung Unsung Hero 1996 For assisting people in ESL tutor for children and Initiated regional performance evaluation survey for Head Assisted Head Start in building parent Yolanda Longoria believes Quality education requires teachers best qualified in academic Paid Political Advertising for the election ol Yolanda Jose 514 New TX 78130 FREE LIVING TRUST SEMINAR Find Out How to Transfer Your Estate to Your Family Quickly Without Probate Fees ATTEND ONE OF THESE FREE SEMINARS NOVEMBER 8TH THE FAUST HOTEL 240 NEW TEXAS 78130 Ht Attend one ol these seminars end you1 receive a onetour private consultation to answer any questions you haw about celling up your personal Estate Plan Youll Find Out What Could Happen With a Living Your estate can transfer quickly to your family upon your without the expense of If you are married and your 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