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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 2 A □ Herald-Zeitung □ Sunday, March 10, 1996 Neighbors9 tip leads to burglary arrest Comal County deputies arrested    at Canyon Lake.    later, according to a Sheriffs Depart- Norman Lee Mizell, 33, of 1279 Jonas    Deputies were notified by neigh-    ment press release. Drive, Canyon Lake, on burglary bora arri employee^ Guadalupe Val-    ^ was arraigned    2 charges Friday.    ley    Telephone Co-Op, who were work- Reports state he was arrested while    ing in the area at 2:23 p.m., and Mizell    Justice of the Peace Ray    Martinez, burglarizing a home at 136 Wray Street    was arrested at the scene 16 minutes    who set bail at $20,000. Obituary NBU Agenda New Braunfels Utilities Board of Trustees Special Meeting 5:30p.m. Monday, March 11, 1996 NBU Board Room, 201 Main Plaza • consider all aspects of the sale and issuance of “City of New Braunfels Utility System Revenue and Refunding Bonds, Series 1996,” dated March 1,1996, including the passage and adoption of a resolution relating to them, including the approval and distribution of an Official Statement pertaining to the bonds • consider approval to purchase electric inventory materials • consider a resolution to the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority urging their continued support to control hydrilla in area lakes Libertarian Party to hold precinct conventions The public is invited to participate in the Libertarian Party precinct conventions. Tuesday evening, March 12, provided that you did not vote in the Democratic or Republican primary election, you are eligible to vote in the Comal County Libertarian Party precinct conventions. These conventions will be held at 7 p.m. in New Braunfels at the Dairy Queen restaurant on the comer of Elliot Knox Boulevard and Groos Avenue. The purpose of the precinct conventions is to select delegates to the county convention to be held at the same location at IO a.m. on Saturday, March 16. All participants in the precinct conventions will be eligible to be delegates to the county convention where candidates are selected and resolutions for changes to the Party Platform and Party Rules are created and voted on. For information on the Libertarian Party of Comal County, call (210)980-3338. TNiTWEEDLE ART • APT SUPPLIES • FABRICS • CARDS & PARTY SHOP • GIFTS • HOBBIES Ceramic & . Polyresin Easter JI m Figures® (ELECTRIC NOT INCLUDED) ^ ^ 1/2 Off OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES Wicker I Baskets | LARGE SELECTION OF SIZES.! 5H APE Pi/2 feoff I lHtfif 0uK everyday I LOW PRICES I inUMlK,*,. »l BUCIO '1.1 •• ’ 'N- .JUD) Mini Wood U Easter Ornaments ” 4.67 OUR EVERYDAY LOW 5.99 ^ ^ ' 60" f Wind Sock V SPRING AND ill EASTER STYLES Ii I 4.97 Ii OUR EVERYDAY LOV*/6 99 Dressed Muslin p§ Boy & Girl Vt Bunnies t £ 4 9 TO 22 I I OUR EVERYDAY LOW I 47-12 99 Easter I v-v Bells i#. &)■ ^ 1/3 Off OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES f(£k 1" Mini t'OTwood Egg Ornaments PACKAGE OF 34 «>3.67 OUR EVERYDAY LOW 4 99 Round Top Straw Hatsjlb ZT 2/1.00 18 Sue REG I 26 / l\ ii OUR EVE draft 7 Sticks BY F0R6TER 1000 PE* PACKAGE 1.27 RYDAY LOW 1.99 Jointed H A Teddy Bears (jMIPf 99Cyv} OUR EVERYDAY LOW 2 971 Dried Naturals PRESERVED/DRIED FLOWERS, PODS. BRANCHES, FILLERS. 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Balusek Joyce L. Balusek, bom Sept. 20, 1935 in Odem, TX, passed away March 7, 1996. She was a graduate of Del Mar College and worked in several Corpus Christi hospitals, as well as in other surrounding areas' hospitals as a Registered Nurse. Her interests included arts and crafts and growing various flowers and plants. She and her husband of 45 years, Ervin Balusek Sr., moved from Corpus Christi to New Braunfels two years ago. She is survived by her husband, Two daughters: Katherine A. (Charlie) McCarley of Odem, Texas and Cheryl L. (Brian) Jansen of San Antonio; One son, Ervin Balusek, Jr. of Abiline, OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES CONCORD. FABRIC TRADITIONS. MARCUS. MONARCH. KAUFMAN. ETC • ASSORTED PRINTS • COTTON t POIV/COTTON BLEND6 46" WIDE • KEG 3 99/6 99 Decorator Fabric **. 1/3 Off DAN RIVER & FLITE • loot COTTON CHAMBRAY 60" WIDE Chambray Nm 3.96 DAVID TEETHE • REGENCY BROADCLOTH • POLY/COTTON BLEND AS60RTED SOUD COLORS • 46" WIDE • REG I 90 Regency Broadcloth Nm. 1.57 SAUS SUBJECT IO SUPPLY IN STOCK . SELECTION MAY LARY BY STORE Texas; five grandchildren: Jennifer Funderburk, Michael Funderburk of Corpus Christi, Chad Newman of Bedford, Texas, Kristen R. Jansen and Austin Jansen, both of San Antonio; one sister, Mozelle Emanuel of Corpus Christi; a brother, Frank T. Wilson, Jr. of Orange Grove and numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. Visitation will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday, March IO at Cage-Mills Funeral Home, Downtown Chapel. Funeral services will be held atl0:30 a.m. on Monday, March 11, at the St. John's Lutheran Church on Hwy. 77. Final Committal services will follow Funeral Services at 3 p.m. on Monday, March 11 at the Czech Moravian Brethren Church near Hartsville. Interment will immediately follow in the Vsetin Cemetery. Pallbearers: LeRoy Crozier, Bob McKinley, Joe Payne, Richard Perrin, Jim Stephens and Billy E. Turner. Cage-Mills Funeral Directors 1001 Second St. Corpus Christi, Texas 78404 More Local Nows. Tho Herald-Zeitung. Subscribe Today. Call 625-9144. New E exciting spring designs arriving daily!!! PRICES GOOD THROUGH MARCH 16. 1996 a **»... I...-’"' TU NEW BRAUNFELS ny 1571-35 50ijth y C01 URTYARD SHOPPING CENTER • 620-1047 ^    STORE HOURS: S 6 MOND/ Y-r PJO A/ • 3 0 SATURDAY • 12-0 SUNDAL 47I-B Main Plaza On the Plaza, Historic Schmaltz Hotel • 606-6006 109 PORTRAITS REGULARLY $3.95 NOW ONLY!! PLUS $3 95 srrriNG fee • One 10x13 • Three 8x1 Os • Four 5x7s • 20 wallets • 36 billfolds • 45 mini-portraits Sluing fees are per person, payable lo the photographs, mil included in advertised offer Poses for advertised portrnu our selection Your favorite props welcome Limit one special package per subject Up lo five additional poses taken for optional portrait collection with no obligation to purchase All ages welcome (minor under age 18 must he accompanied by a parent) Groups limited lo six or fewer Sorry, no pets Portrait sires approximate Backgrounds may vary Shooting Days/Dates: Thurs. thru Monday. March 14-18 Photographer Hours: Daily 10:00am - 7:00pm Sunday 12:00 - 6:00pm U43 Hwy. I-35'West, New Braunfels, TX 78130 WAL-MART PORTRAIT STUDIO BRAUNTEX 625-4411 290 W. San Antonio SI.50 ALL SHOWS SI.50 J ..•« w«iir»t»i WjjWjR htlSi -- “3 hAIHlRgUiyl (ED _ 12 HONKEYS em IR Brad Pin nominated for TM I Best Supp. Actor_ r"wKT '    S’Em Nontiated tor 4 Ti* I Awards I creative center* xmmm jg ii1 7 • Sri IMO I I -H HS • SJI lddf'lS IVOO Ii 1HV ■ SCH 309 IVNOSV IS • JddOHS SVY N1SIHH0 • SHOJI ON 9NIM IS • Max Wommack Jr. for Sheriff PEOPLE, NOT PUBLICITY, ARE MY CONCERN WHY VOTE FOR MAX WOMMACK, JR? What differentiates me from my opponents? I have been involved with people in Comal County my entire life, have been very active in both community and youth programs, so I know the people and understand their problems. This, with my 25 years of law enforcement experience enables me to address the citizens needs with a greater sensitivity and effectiveness. My primary goal as sheriff is in reducing crime in the county: 1.1 will put the deputies back to patrolling the neighborhoods, and establishing a higher visibility. 2. Deputies will become more familiar with the neighborhoods and the people, especially our children, by implementing innovative programs, such as a Deputy Activity League, where the deputies will help organize and participate in communty programs. 3.1 will establish programs that will improve job environment for deputies. Programs that will promote trust, better communication and team effort amongst the employees of the Sheriffs Office. 4.1 will reduce Deputy turnover by implementing a more efficient career path program so Deputies will want to work in Comal County thereby better managing training budgets. 5.1 will establish an ongoing training program for the deputies to insure the citizens effective law enforcement in the county. I will also establish a Citizens Law Enforcement Education Program, where we will all learn how citizens and the sheriff's department can better work together to reduce crime. 6.1 will have an open door policy where no citizens voice will go unheard. “Problems and complaints will be addressed and not Ignored.” I will establish a Citizens/Peouty Review Committee to Discuss problems, complaints and recommendations, but most importantly to keep the line of communication open. I AM A CONSERVATIVE and will keep in mind that effectiveness is gained through proper planning and efficiency is gained through proper training. VOTE WOMMACK FOR SHERIFF Paid political announcement, A.J. Seelhammer, Treasurer ;