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......... .... L IlL ..... ,. , I _ + f \ Page 2A NEWS Hays Free Press * December 10, 2014 The Hays Free Press (ISSN 1087-9323) published weekly by Barton Publications, Inc., 122 N. Main St., Buda, TX 78610. Periodicals postage paid at Buda, TX 78610 and additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Barton Publications, Inc., nO. Box 339, Buda, TX 78610. ISSN#1087-9323 NIEWS TIPS If you think it's news, we PHOTO BY MOSES LEOS III probably do too! * Newsroom phone: a cause E-mail: Hays Free Press publisherC~/ndy Slovak-Barton was one of ten people who were arrested last news@haysfreepress, week in a fundraising effort for Hays County Brown Santa. The event raised nearly $2,500. corn Mail: 113 W. Center .HOLIDAY LOCKUP ARRESTS Street, Kyle, TX 78640 NAME FINE BOND AMOUNT COLLECTED CORRECTIONS Sheriff Gary Cutler $200.00 $200.00 Includes pledges Any erroneous reflection Laura Garcia~ Assist. Criminal D.A~ $200.00 $200.00 upon the character, , standing or reputation Holly Glickler, ' ~' of any person, firm or W fe of Judge David Glick~r, ~ ~ ~ $200.00 $320.00 Includes pledges i~~ ~ ? corporation which may Father Jason Bonifazi, i i~r ~ appear in the pages of St. Anthony's Catholic Ch~r~ ] ~ $200.00 $200.00 the Hays Free Press will Carrol Czichos, Wimberley~F~'e--~ C~i~fi t $200.00 $214.00 be corrected upon being brought to the attention Keri Wilson, Hopson Builders $200.00 $250.00 t of the publisher. Beverly Crumley, District Court Campaign Treasurer$200.00 $350.00 DEADLINES Chief Tom Miller, The deadline for display North Hays County Fire Chief $200.00 $220.00 advertising and any Brad Robinson, contributed news copy Captain HCSO Support Services $200.00 $200.00 in the Hays Free Press is 5 p.m. Friday the week Cyndy Slovak Barton, prior to publication. Hays Free Press publisher $200.00 $352.75 Includes pledges The deadline for TOTAL $2,000.00 $2,486.75 Letters to the Editor and classified word advertising in the Hays Free Press is noon Burglary: Weekend heist raises ire Monday the week of publication, though we Continued from pg. 1A encourage readers and advertisers to observearound town. that all the thuggy ruggy AmJpp said he firmly the Friday deadline. Truth be told, Atnipp pants around their ankles believes the crime was riot said he would prefer to get talk's a bunch of committed by his employ- LETTERS the names of the thieves basically delinquents," At- ee, who has been a close GUIDELINES directly, not exactly for vig- nipp said. friend for a decade. Howev- We welcome locally ilante justice, but so he can He firefly blames the er, he believes he may have written letters to thego have a discussion with parents for raising children a lead for police. editor on timely topics theffparents, who don't have respect for of: community interest. He's also concerned the law. We ask that you keep about a perceived increase "My daughters WOLfld them to about 350 words i/l blatant crimes, never be taught to not have in length and that youAtnipp cited a storytold enough respect for other not indulge in personal to him by friends in law en- people's property," he said. attacks on private forcement about a recent "You don't rob, you don't individuals. Letters may incident where would-becheat, you don't steal You be edited for brevity and burglars broke into thelife your life by a certain clarity. All letters should home of a Hays County code." be signed by the author Sheriff's deputy while she His offer of a reward and include a daytime was sleeping, is meant to sh~ne a spot- phone number where the"They broke into her light on the issue and to author can be contacted home while she was there, encourage other conunu- for verification. Letter stole something and defe- nity members to speak up writers are limited to one cared in the living room," when t_h_ey know somebody letter per month. Letters he said. "It's a gang inifia- committed a crime. He can be emailed to csb@don." also wants the c~nina]s to .... Hays County Sheriff's know that he, and others Office said they have no like him, are taking a stand, HISTORY such incident on record, even if that means arming ...... .......... Founded April 10, 1903, but did confirm anothermore retail shop owners. by Thomas Fletcher recent case of a deputy's "I want this brought to , Harwell as The Kyle car being stolen from his the [reader's] attention that ..................... News, with offices on garage while the o~cer was we as a commu_n_ity are fed ..... ........... :::: th e corner of Burleson at home. up," he said. "These kids .......... .................. and Miller streets in theAs for his theories on will no longer be given re- town's oldest remaining what happened at his prieve.We will shoot them .... building. It merged business, "It's a bunch of on site [ffthey are caught into The Hays County punk ]dds," he said. "Be- committing burglaries]." Citizen in 1956. The cause what they stole [from Al]n_Jpp said at Fl"JDaze, paper consolidated FdDaze] is what they hear he has a sign that says, 'We with The Free Press in October, 1978. During in the rap videos... Ciroc, do not call 911' with a pic- its more than 100-year Patron, Hennessey." rare of a big Magnum 357. history the newspaper He said he is missing aHe called 911 after the has maintained offices few bottles of special edi- fact to report the crime. at more than a dozen don HerLnessey worth $300 Barnett said police were locations in Kyle and each. dispatched at 11:30 a.m. Buda. "They stole all the things Sunday. Jennie is a 5-year-old female Australian Wench] is a 2-year-old female white domestic Shepherd mix who loves people, walks well on shorthair who isboth sweet and gorgeous! She leash and gets along well with other dogs. We loves attention and playtime. Wendy would love a love this little lady! homeforthe holidays. U HCU has twelve neighborhood locations. Open your PAWS Shelter and Humane Society CD today at the branch next door. is a non-profit, no-kilt shelter operated primarily on donations and adoptions. 500 FM 150 E, Kyle, TX 512 268-1611 * All animals are fully vaccinated, spay/neutered, microchipped and dewormed. Credit Union 512.435.4545 903.597.7484800.531.2328 UHCU.ORG APY=Annual Percentage Yield. CD =Certificate of Deposit. Membership Federally Insured I~y NCUA required. Limited time offer and is subject to change at any time. Early withdrawal 0f funds ,r0m CD is subject to [0ss 0f interest. ~D~B