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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 2, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 4A HERALDZEiTUNO August 1A 1A attack on the The local fire depart ments are but they are following the LCRAs They have the and they are mak ing the decisions about where and when they want to fight Krueger New Braunfels firefight ers assisted at the and the New Braunfels office of the American Red Cross set up a rehab station for fire fighter rest and LCRA Senior Environ mental Engineer Bob Lee said no one was injured in the blast or resulting As a Lee the San Marcos fire mar shal had evacuated a few homes downwind from the Lee said he did not know what caused the That information will develop as we he Lee said the oil contained no hazardous and oil that didnt burn off should not escape into the The transformers are designed to contain the he 1A will provide invaluable infor mation for use in subdivision and other Rob bins It also will be impor tant to the average city resi dent who has trouble with con gestion in his or getting around certain parts of The plan is not static and could be modified to address new This can get real person Dierkson If it looks like a road will be running through a persons property or next to someones then they get real concerned about or maybe youre hap py about But it could gen erate a good deal of Weve got to have an effec tive planning tool to help direct and plan the growth of this he And I would anticipate that well have that before the end of this 1A fallen on hard In the company entered into an million debtrestructuring plan with its In the spring of this it closed 30 restaurants 26 in Adam Lubys com munications said Fri day he wouldnt address whether local employees had been told the which recently has operated as an allyoucaneat was We typically dont com ment about what happens at the store I dont want to get into those but Im happy to tell you about the Weve closed that loca tion to do some renovations and We are going to open it back Carter Im not sure on a defi nite timeframe but probably in a few We havent finalized the plans of what were going to reopen it up Lubys has two concepts besides the familiar cafeteria it would consider for New Braun One is a seafood like Lubys outlets in Huntsville and The other is a buffet concept recently opened in Nacog doches and San Carter Were not real sure what were going to use it Were going to look at the building and see which concept would fit Carter Customers who walked up to the front door of Lubys Fri day hope it opens sooner rather than Carter said it would sometime We hope theyll come back and see us when we reopen in a few Carter Were Im feeling much Sheri said Cancers a scary You just dont know who itfs going to or when or Thatfe why its important to have research to figure it out Friday night at the civic cen the Comal County American Cancer Society Starlight Gala will raise money for Like Beth Sokolyk learned the same scary lesson when she was diagnosed with a malignant this years chairman of the llth annual Starlight themed Stars and Stripes said she found cancer isnt just something that hap pens to someone Alot of people never imagine it would happen to but one of five people will have some form of cancer in their Sokolyk The Starlight Gala is impor Sokolyk because it offers the community a chance to support cancer research and The cancer society gives us as a community more than weve been able to give This is our effort for Comal County to be able to raise funds and con tribute to the efforts of the American Cancer Sokolyk This years gala features a patriotic evening of music pro vided by the Sentimental Jour ney Orchestra conducted by Ted The evening includes a dinner buffet by Clear Springs Catering and silent and live District 73 RNew Carter Casteel is honorary County Judge Danny Scheel and Dis trict Attorney Dib Waldrip will be masters of Soon after her Sheri found out she and her family were not facing cancer At her sixthgrade along with her hus band and were part ners in her 1 was They didnt know how to handle me in the We sort of taught them as we went Sheri They taught Rhoades had taken to wear ing a hat to cover her made bald by It was hot and Six weeks a little girl came up to me and Why are you wearing that hat I 1 dont have any Sheri She We After the girls arid boys in the class talked among Sheri agreed to take off the They taught me children can be very Sheri Her fellow student ath parents and her church were also This community was very supportive of she Folks helped with housework and all of Sherfs dai ly The Rhoades family will always be grateful for the sun port New Braunfels has given them during the past transplant ftipH CutAthon IPM 4PM Elks Lodge 353 Seguin New Braunfels April Maries Blinders Pelger and Friends Hair Station Additions Jenisis Nicoles Retreat Salon Solace Shop Around the Comer William Edge Salon and many Expert hair nail techs and massage therapists on hand at the Bake Sale Craft Sale Boutique Sale Pood Drinks Available Lots of fun drawing for door prizes raffle items Please help us to save a Join in the minimum donation 1A BUSINESS FOR SALE Police were summoned to the scene in the early morn ing hours after a family friend noticed an open front door at Solis police Officers found the body lying between a metal bar rel and an antique clothes Forensics specialists combed the backyard and interior of the home for Police officials were tightlipped about what was We have evidence that were Collazo 1880 Business New CAli WANT NAILS Now is the time Call Lourie today For Acrylic Manicures First Time Customers will receive off with this ad Clips 2000 137 Fredricksburg 6258212 Alpine Kootmg has moved From IH 35 to 937 Landa Street 6253700 QUALITY ROOFING METAL ROOFING SPECIALIST Thousands of roofs in Central Texas over 35 builders use Alpine exclusively for thier roofing Still Servicing Your Needs for 18 Continous Licensed City Contractor Bonded Insured 5 Year No Leak 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