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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 2, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Suttdflfc MMth if 2003 Contact Features Editor Brian Grant B259144 ext 222 Dispatch Casteel coauthors child protection bills fcftiinui irf MIA tvAAk M MIrimeoftiieweek SMITHSON VALLEY Kunz Construction had a site just adjacent to the SVHS campus During the fall semester several inci dents of vandalism occurred to construction vehicles on site The Comal County Sheriffs Office took a report of an attempted arson which occurred between Nov 30 and Dec 12 2002 Someone took road flares from a 1979 GMC truck tractor and attempted to set it on fire Anyone with information arson investigators call Ithe Comal County Fire Office at 830 6203400 or 8854883 Crime Stoppers will pay a cash reward of up to information leading to the arrest and grand jury indictment of the persons for the commis of this crime All calls are confidential and the icaller will remain anony imous Call 620TIPS or 800 taken The tailgate was stolen from a Ford F 350 pickup truck Thursday The theft occurred between 3 and 8 in the 200 block of Grant Avenue The tailgate was worth reported A television stereo mixer basketball tapes and other property were reported stolen at the West End Community Center The theft occurred between 8 Wednesday and 3 Thursday Value of the missing prop erty had not been deter mined Friday stolen Someone broke into a newly constructed Club Crossing home late Wednesday or early Thursday and stole a range dishwasher The appliances were worth No sign of forced entry was noted Meetings ALAMO AREA COUNCIL pF GOVERNMENTS pub lic hearing on rural public transportation service 10 Monday AACOG head quarters 8700 Tesoro Drive San Antonio NEW BRAUNFELS COM MUNITY DEVELOPMENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE regular meeting 6 Tuesday Municipal Building 424 S Castell Conference Room A BULVERDE CITY COUN CIL regular meeting rescheduled from Feb 25 7 Tuesday Bulverde Senior Center 30280 Cougar Bend Bulverde NEW BRAUNFELS INFRASTURE IMPROVE MENT CORPORATION public hearing to consider Moll Industries loan and TIP strategies hire Wednesday Municipal Building 424 S Castell Conference Room A CITY OF GARDEN RIDGE city council meeting 7 Wednesday council cham bers Municipal Complex 9357 Schoenthal Road Garden Ridge COMAL COUNTY COM MISSIONERSCOURT regular meeting Thursday commissioners courtroom Commissioners Court Building 199 Main Plaza COMAL COUNTY COM MISSIONERSCOURT regular meeting March 13 commissioners courtroom Commissioners Court Building 199 Main Plaza BY SEAN BOWUN Staff Reporter Rep Carter Casteel RNew Braunfels has signed on as a coauthor for two bills filed to protect children Casteel signed on to House Bills 235 and 236 authored by Rep G E Buddy West R Odessa The legislation is just a small step in the right direc tion to ensure the safety of our children and to punish those who seek to harm Cas teel said Currently a person commits a crime in Texas if they inten tionally distribute or display obscene materials without regard to whether a person might be offended or alarmed by the display or distribution House Bill 235 enhances this section of the Pettal Code to make it a state jail felony to display or distribute obscene materials to a child under the age of 18 For those who seek to wholesale obscene materials or promote materials that include children under 18 the punishment will increase from a state jail felony to a third degree felony And those who promote those materials could soon be hit with a state jail felony instead of a class A Casteel said Appreciation Dinner New Braunfels Police Chief Russell Johnson and Comal County Sheriff Bob Holder talk with guest speaker FBI special agent Rend Salinas and Grand Knight Clifford Estes far right at the Knights of Columbus Appreciation Dinner Saturday evening K JESSIE 22803 Students put on prom for senior citizens Proms are not just for high school students anymore In Comal County high school students sponsor a free prom each year for area senior cit izens Senior are encour aged to kick up their heels Tuesday during the 18th annual Senior Citizens Prom in Canyon High Schools cafe torium from 6 to 8 All Comal County senior citizens are invited to the spe cial evening There is no admission charge Refresh ments are served and par ticipants take home special mementos of the evening The Canyon High School band will provide live enter tainment For information call 830 2212066 or 830 8851791 DOROTEO RlOS KlKO MAY 5 years has gone by since you left us but I know you are in a better place You will remain in our hearts prayers forever Virginia Monica Albino Family Jasmine Myssa Aleman Lpve Mom Dad Big Brother Mrs Virginia Rodriquez Family Would like to express their deepest thanks and gratitude to the New Braunfels Kidney Disease Clinic Dr Player Dr Alvarz and staff of Colonial Maner Holy Family Church and Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church We would like to thank Mr and Mrs Chris Esquival and the choir for their music during the rosary and mass Also all our friends and relatives for their kind words food and support shown at the loss of our loved one Nicholas Rodriquez Quality Service On f For all your bicycling 8306268166 111135 south 6 New Brwmfeis TX 78130 Courtyard Plaza Shopping Center Permanent Cosmetics Electrolysis foMott itnfuvifact OA accent neduAaf facial linaA with 6093418 2107109016 711 Walnut New Braunfels TX PERMANENT COSMETICS Eyebrows Eyeliner Llpllner Full lips Beauty Marks Camouflage etc ELECTROLYSIS Permanent Hair Shape Eyebrows Facial Hair Bikini Line Body Hair etc Also Available Up ink SemiPermanent Makeup Body Art Eyelash Perming Gift Certificates Available COSMETOLOGY A Career in less than a Year Seguin Beauty School ENROLL NOW Great Class Hours Tuesday thru Friday Located Downtown New Braunfels Tx 8306201301 State Approved Nationally Accredited Financial Aid Available to those who qualify
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