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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 23, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2A June county to host property auction Saturday ByRonMalonoy Staff Writer Looking for a bigscreen television How about 500 movies on DVD or VHS tape to watch on it Need another car A computer A wash ing machine Comal County Purchasing Agent Ed Krai knows where you could buy any of them The New Braunfels and the two school districts will hold their annual sur plus property auction beginning at 10 am Saturday at the new Tree of Life Church campus on Interstate 35 south of New Arrive early on Saturday to register for a bidding All items to be sold can be viewed Friday between 10 and 4 Enter the Tree of Life facility from its north entrance at Doeppenschmidt Theres just a little bit of everything Krai said Wednesday as he was mak ing Weve got things confiscated by the sheriffs two bigscreen washers and stereo equipment and all kinds of New Braunfels Independent School Dis trict and the Comal Independent School Adult Probation and the City of New Braunfels all have items for Krai The county road department will have tractors and three The auction will be conducted again this year by the Lemon Sisters out of Terms of sale are cashiers credit or debit card or Pay Personal checks are but only with a certified bank letter stating that funds are available to cover the The Tree of Life location is new for this years Krai said the county asked to use the facility because the former open air market with its covered walkways was uniquely suited to conducting an We thought this would be an ideal Krai Perrys order starts exodus from death row for 28 inmates AUSTIN AP More than three months after the Supreme Court ruled that juveniles cannot be Texas Rick Perry on Wednesday commuted 28 death sentences to life in prison for inmates who were under 18 when they commit ted capital The Supreme Court forced the commutations with its March ruling that executing juveniles violates the Eighth Amendment ban on cruel and unusual Texas was one of 18 states that allowed the Perrys order starts the process of moving the inmates off death While these individuals were convicted by juries of brutal murders and sentenced to die for their heinous I have no choice but to com mute these sentences to life in prison as a result of the Supreme Court Perry Perry spokesman Robert Black said that after the court the state still had to fol low legal procedures to com mute the Among the Texas killers affected by the Supreme Court ruling were Efrain Perez and Raul Vil larreal of Harris con victed with three others of the gangrape and beating deaths of Jennifer and Eliz abeth Perez and Vil larreal were 17 at the time and Jorge Alfredo who at carjacked a man in Hidalgo County in July fatally shot him in the and left the mans 21month old daughter to die of dehy dration and exposure strapped in her car seat in a brush area near the Rio Eleven of the juvenile mur derers on Texas death row were convicted in Harris One of Johnnie was one day shy of his 18th birthday when he shot and killed Lee Dilley as he stood outside a Houston drivein with his high school prom Before moving the each will undergo classifica tion at a diagnostic prob ably near where their vocational skills and family and medical background will factor into where they will be While many will be assimi lated into the prison systems general inmates who have had gang affiliations or continue to have gang ties could remain in more restric tive administrative segrega which is similar to the conditions they experienced on death row at the Polunsky Unit outside MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD Law enforcement officers in New Braunfels and Comal County arrested the following June Juan Jesus New motion to revoke of less than 2 ounces of Jake Bryan New parking in Robert Wayne New interfering with an emergency call assault causing bodily Andres Casarez New violation of promise to by check between and misde meanor theft enhanced to third degree Juan Gilberta Garcia driving while license Raymond Michael Gonzales Canyon failure to con trol speed resulting in accident no drivers Marcelino Sanchez Gonzalez New motion to revoke search or Gloria Ann theft between and expired drivers license theft between and Jeffrey theft between and Whitney Lavonne New driving while license Shane public Kelly posses sion of less than 2 ounces of Jared pub lic Steven Lyle Spring driving while license Frankie Maran San driving while license Gabriela Gene public James Earl public intoxication assault causing bodjly Jesus public intoxication failure to identify by giving false or ficti tious Paul Rios New illegally parked in a handicapped zone no drivers license no insurance violation of promise to appear 2 Andrew Red license check driving while Tristan James New minor in pos session of an alcoholic bever Alfredo Resales New violation of promise to of a vehicle 2 James Michael resisting search or transport failure to identify by giving false or fictitious Rosemary New driving while Scott David check Drew New while Dustin Phillip Canyon possession of between 1 and 4 grams of a controlled penalty group Michael Martinez New public intoxica Jesse failure to drive in a single marked lane failure to maintain finan cial responsibility no valid inspection certificate no Edgar Adrian Leon driving while license Aaron Michael San John James Reinhart New public intoxica Jorge Arturo San no drivers license no liability Diego Jose San public Cruz Anthony Canyon no drivers license no proof of Gabriel Ortiz unknown possession of between 1 and 4 grams of a controlled penalty group Juan Rodriguez San possession of between 4 ounces and 5 pounds of John Barry theft by check between and issuance of a bad check 2 theft by Samuel Eli Cedar motion to revoke of a con trolled Kenneth Mark Canyon driving while Stephen New public banie Scott driving while license invalid assault causing bodily Michelle Paullett driving while intoxicat ed Barbara Ann theft by check between and Christopher New motion to adju of between 4 and 200 grams of a controlled penalty group West unsafe lane change no insurance no dri Moses New 2 Victor Round public intoxication possession ofdrug Anthony Alexander Canyon public intoxica Brian Charlotte inde cency with a child by sexual Jessica Lynn Corpus public intoxica Walt Allan motion to to stop and render Darrell San driving while intoxicat Slade San driving while license A PTIVA FREE INHOME ESTIMATES 17 VISIT OUR SHOWROOM LOCATED 1 JtLKl UK COURTYARD PLAZA BY BEALLS SOLUTIONS WERE OPEN FOR BUSINESS PERSONAL SERVICE WITH A SMILE SERVING TEXAS FOR 17 I SI MOHAWK SALE AND GREAT INSTALLATION CARPET AND VINYL WE ALSO INSTALL SHOWERS COUNTERS AND BACKSPLASHES IN STONE GUARANTEED LOWEST PRICE IN HOW TO CONTACT US HeraldZeitung 707 Landa New TX 78130 830 6251224 Published on Sunday morn ings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung USPS 707 Landa or 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lawmakers by vetoing all education funding in the state budget when he called the special forcing the Legislature to take the session got off to a slow Theres no agreement said Jim Kef who chairs the taxwriting House Ways and Means Com Theres no written There is no verbal theres no hand shake at all right to be very upfront and honest with The tax bill would reduce school property taxes and replace them with various new and increased Complications between the two chambers arose over how much they would raise the sales tax and how to tax Texas most of which now avoid paying into the Perry attempt ed to bolster support for a compromise offer that he pro posed on That offer took elements from both the House and Senate but leaders from both cham bers were hesitant to endorse the which closes the business tax loopholes but doesnt restructure the system to include Republican House Speaker Tom who leads the said Perrys plan would open more business tax loop I dont believe you can do a midway plan on youve either got to close em and youve got to encompass all those entities or Crad dick said Perrys reelection campaign will begin airing a 60second radio ad on Thursday that supports the plan and encour ages Texans to ask lawmakers to support Perrys I believe so strongly in this plan that I am willing to put substantial campaign resources on the line to earn a victory for our schoolchildren and property Per ry Over the next I hope Texans will be telling their legislators that Texas needs the three Rs of educa tion reform resources and Asked if any member of the committee would carry the governors Keffer which governor is that now I didnt call this said an Eastland We are here and weve got to start some Also on both chambers began discussing legislation that would address education changes such as teacher pay and charter school Each cham ber appeared to be closer to a compromise on that portion of the school funding over haul CORRECTION In Wednesdays Good for Gefliis chter Chor Harmonie was The choirs director is William Kret TEXAS LOTTERY VVENESDAYuO LOTTEfi1 MEGA MILLIONS PICK Day 126 TIMS TWOSTEP CASHFYE 1214202326 June 23rd Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Used Books Sought SoM 625 West Antanio Street New Texas 78130 thru 10 6   

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