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Hays Free Press January 2, 2013 NEIGHBORS Page 3C Make those New Year&apos;s resolutions and keep them lcome to the year 013. A little hard to emember to write the NewYear; but hey, we will get it together. Sure that the kids love having another week of holiday vacation. Schools resume on Monday, Jan. 7. eeo We send out condolences to Buda Mayor Todd and Elizabeth Ruge on the death of Todd's father Thomas on Saturda Dec. 22. eoe Members of the Manchaca Onion Creek Historical Asso- ciation (MOCHA) are currently working on a book about the Manchaca area and are in need of pictures, particu- larly pictures of the Manchaca Black School that was original- ly on FM 1626 where Railroad BBQ is now. They are search- ing for someone to interview who knew about the school. MOCHA also would like the BUDA BITS public to know that they have a 2013 calendar"Memories of Manchaca" for sale for $5. Contact Linda Barrett for more information on the calendars and also if you can help out with pictures or have knowl- edge of the school. Call Barrett at (512) 282-1984 or email mlinbarrettcahoo.com eee Birthday wishes go out to Charlene Jones and John San- ford on Jan. 1; Ieri Christian on Jan. 2; Oleta Roach (who will be 93 years old), Carolyn Hesser and Ann Moreland on Jan. 3; John Hatch on Jan. 6; Kim Fry on Jan. 8 and Jan AtlOns on Jan. 9. Texas History Continued from pg. 1C defense in the pages of the Fer- guson Forum, the weekly news- paper started in November 1917 soon after his impeachment. He attacked the courts for putting only paupers behind bars and warned that, denied justice, the common folk "will rise up and burn the lawbooks." Jim indignantly insisted that the same forces which drove him from office were behind the anti-pardon protest. He wondered in print why the release of 1,500 inmates byWfl - liam P. Hobb his successor and implacable foe, had ruffled so few feathers. Believing the rumor that pardons were for sale at the executive residence, a police- man decided to take the direct approach. Shaking hands with the former governor, he pressed several large bills into his palm. Quick-tempered Jim threw the money in the stranger's face and chased him out of the mansion. Taking his cue from the generous governor, a Houston legislator submitted a bill to make all incarcerated wrong- doers eligible for parole. He confidently predicted that nine out of 10 would mend their ways and never return to prison. Although the development of a permanent criminal under- class was still decades awa his pollyanna proposal was rejected out of hand. The idea of universal parole did not come to a vote. Meanwhile, Ma Ferson stayed her controversial course, and the inmate exodus con- tinued. She later hailed as her "most outstanding accomplish- ment" the compassion shown the "poor and unfortunate convicts and their families." Bartee Halle welcomes your comments, questions and sugges- tions at P. O. Box 152, Friendswood TX 77549 or hai/e@pd#net. Texas Crossword Solution i 8i E $-1096 Texas Crossword, from page 2C Sudoku Solutio00 3 4i 8 7 9 2 Sud0ku Puzzle, from page 2C I  --mA Morethan BBB .l][.']l.][]l.ll:g 20 ye,rs 1 ...... experience I CENTEX MATERIALS LLC Plumbing Company ./I .....  :i FM 2770, Buda, Texas I ,,3,, l.non . 295-4801 , L thl/-a-IF VI-LV andoperatedJ .......................................................................................................  ............ :: ....................... ............................ :: ........... lrTtTT,,q MI 203 Railroad Stree iiKy! IHOVAI'IWIIiI 00"0S. ..................................................... 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I ................................... ] ........ ..................................................................... : : ::: :: .................  ...................  t ................................................... rn.=l I..rt ......................................................................... . We are proud to serve this community. 1 (1 Kyle Animal Hospital] I lIFIL'II loo Hall Professionat268.5003 Center II [ l I I/lll NEWl Vaccine Clin|c - Saturdays | I r, akWB,YJl Cat[ or visit website for dates Et detaits / L www.KyleVet.com J  .............................. :'  ::  ............. ................. l ........................... 2400 FM E iKye ..... ...... | W" DIRECTORY OF LOCAL CHUR(HES Prayer for the City You are Invited Thursdays, 7:15 - 7:45 p.m. A half-hour of candlelight, simple Taize chant, a brief reading from scripture and prayer for our city leaders & servants. Saint Elizabeth Church 725 Farm-to-Market 967 Buda, TX 12-2qq-'674, www.st-liz.oro Southern.Hills Chu:ch of Christ hdst Serving Others / S,u::My E WO RSH ' P :1:0 US! Bible Class m 10:OOam Worship 6:00pm Worship Wednesday 7:00pm Bible Class 3740 Ranch Road 967 Buda, Texas www.southernhillscoc.org (512) 312-5900 All services are sign-interpreted for the deaf Faith Assembly of God "Faith Cometh @ Hearing" Sunday School .............................. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship ...................... 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship ................. . ............ 6 p.m. Wednesday Family Night ......... , ........ 7 p.m. Rev. Henry E. McCuUoch, Jr., Pastor 1030 Main Street, Buda 312-1607 A FOUNTAIN OF Services I Call 512-393-4460 Sun. 10:30 a.m. or go to Wed. 7:30 p.m. www.afountain.orgfor more info. We are a non- denominational church currently meeting at Tom Green Elementary, 1301 Old Goforth Road in Buda. Free Lunch Buffet Last Sunday of each month PRIMERA IGLESIA BAUTISTA DE BUDA 104 S. San Marcos Street 512-295-8768 Pastor - Carlos Chavez HORARIO/SCHEDULE Domingo/Sunday: Escuela Dominica/Stmday School ............................ 9:45 a.m. Culto de Predicaci6n/Worship Service ................... 11:00 a.m. Sean Todos Bienvenidos SUNDAY: ' dy for all ages, 9:45 a.m. Worship Service, 10:55 a.m. (English and Spanish) Pastors 4000 East FM 150 WEDNESDAY: Silverio Hernandez (4 mllea east of Kyle) (512) 268-5471 Bible Study & Prayer, 7 p.m. and Dr. Dennis Koger Womens & Mens Group EVERY OTHER FRIDAY: .i Youth Group Ood wit00 Ready for something new? Need a change in your life? Looking for a shelter from life's storms, a sanctuary?   " 'lie t Joi ..... Sundays, 2 p,m., and Wednesdays, 7:15 p.m., at La Quinta Inn & Suites Kyle SQ C UQ 18869 ,H-35 North, Kyle, TX in the meeting room " We 231.5 RH 967 www.ttvwd.eom , Utheran chu.rc Buda United Methodist Church Elm Street & San Marcos Traditional Worship (Worship Center)-9 a.m. Sunday School (all ages)-10:15 a.m. Contemporary Worship (Worship Center)-ll a.m. Rev. Nancy Day Office 295-6981, Parsonage 512-393-9772 SANTA CRUZ CATHOLIC CHURCH 1100 Main Street Buda, Texas 78610 Office: 512-312-2520 Fax: 512-295-2034 http://santacruzcc.org Rev. Kirby D. Garner, Pastor Fr. Charlie Garza, Assoc. Pastor CONFESSION OFFICE HOURS Saturdays: 4 p.m.-5 p.m. MASS SCHEDULE: Saturday evening: 5:30 p.m. Sunday 8: 30 a.m. (Spanish), 11 a.m. (English) 5 p.m. (English) Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. SUNDAYS 10AM "E A P q z Hays Hills Baplht ChHrch 9:15 Traditional Service Classes for all ages at ....... 9:15 and 10:45 < www.llaysHills.or 9 '.,. J,h.]a Lutheran Church, ql-- ==' of Uhland, LCMS Highway 21, Uhland Bible Study ....................... 9:15 a.m. Church Services ................. 10:30 a.m. Pastor: Rev. David Goeke 210-635-8584. www.stjohnlcmsuhland.org 20 N. Camino Real {State Hwy. 21). Uhland, Texas 78640 SGeast Baptist Church iiiii!i!iiiiiiiiiii!iiiiililililili!i!ilil Bibld Si !!5 a.m. ii f* Wori a.m. ' /ff Prion: .,,,fi;,,,,. A loving & caring Southern Baptist Church 104 S. San Marcos Street, Buda Buddy Johnson, Pastor 295-2161 Sunday School ........................................... 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship .................................... 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Bible Study/Youth Activities ...6:00 p.m. AWANA's (Wednesday) .......................... 6:00 p.m. Nursery Provided www.firstbaptistbuda.com fbcbuda@austin.rcom