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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 7, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas March HERALDZEITUNG Page 3A Accused shooter angry young man The 15yearold accused of killing two fellow high school students was an angry young but apparently lashed out at no partic ular investigators said Charles Andrew Andy Williams seemingly shot at He expressed no remorse for Mondays shootings at Santana High Jerry Lewis We dont know if he was mad at the mad at mad at mad at Lewis He was an angry young Williams was a new kid in a large a child of divorced parents living with his a skinny freshman whose skateboard had been stolen Capital Digest Hispanic groups call for Ratliff retraction AUSTIN AP Bill Ratliff should retract comments he made last week that immigrants are clogging the states social representa tives from several Hispanic groups said He needs to come out and turn this into an opportunity to reach out to the immigrant said Albert regional counsel for the MexicanAmerican Legal Defense and Educa tion Kauffman said Ratliff should assure immigrants that once theyre inside Texas theyll be treated with The Mount Pleasant Republican is under fire because of comments he made at an Austin business During a question andanswer Ratliff said Weve got illegal immi grants clogging our our emergency our our And were not even allowed under fed eral law to ask them whether theyre We liaVeVto serve them with medical care just like you and On backed by 10 Senate including Ratliff Perhaps I said what I said and I regret Ratliff insisted his words were directed at a lack of assistance from the federal level from the impact of the immigration that has come Over the friends Williams talked so much about taking a gun to school that they frisked him before class But he was known for and friends wrote off his comments as one of his frequent The father of one friend even called Williams at home over the weekend to ask if there was anything to his talk of bringing a gun to He decided there No one seemed to believe the cleancut who was frequently was about to perpetuate the nations latest high school blood The disbelief remained a day after the which left 13 others One Barry said he was more perplexed than I have no hatred because I dont know said who was shot in the back of his left thigh when he ran back to help a I dont know what was hi his Williams is expected to be arraigned Wednesday as an adult on charges that include murder and assault with a dead ly Dressed in a baggy jailissue jumpsuit that draped past his the teen stared at the ground as he was led into juvenile hall Monday by sheriffs Bryan and 17yearold Randy Gordon were killed 11 other stu dents and two adults a special edu cation student teacher and a campus security worker were Napster faces deadline to remove songs SAN FRANCISCO AP A federal judge Tuesday laid down the law to saying that once the record ing industry comes up with a list of copyright songs it wants removed from the musicswapping Napster will have 72 hours to The order effectively gives the recording industry con trol over the immediate fate of the Internet music service that lets computer users download popular songs for Napster was hit on another legal front Tuesday when the National Academy of Record ing Arts Sciences filed a copyright infringement Napster is fighting to stay online and retain its popu larity while promising to shift over to a subscription based service that charges listeners and pays royalties to For it needs the cooperation of the music labels that sued Napster for copyright into Texas over the past cou ple of Bill proposes to protect private information Private information Tex ans share with the govern ment would be more protect ed under a bill by Jane Nelson approved by the Sen ate Business and Commerce We need to clean up our own house in terms of respecting the privacy of cit especially as more and more information between government and citizens is being shared over the Inter said RFlower Careless lax Internet security or improper release of informa tion could lead to the embar rassment or harm of individ Nelsons bill prohibits the release of Social Security bank or credit card computer pass Funeral Services Bonnie Faye Kutscher Funeral services are scheduled for 10 today at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with burial in Comal Cemetery in New Doeppenschmidt Funer al Home Tami Lea King Graveside services will be held in Mountain View Cemetery at 11 NEW BKAUNFILS HERALDZEITUNG Published on Sunday morn ings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Saturday by the New Herald Zeitung USPS 377880 707 Landa or Drawer New Comal Texas 78131 Periodical postage paid by the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung in New Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties three six one Senior Cit izen Discounts by carrier deliv ery only six one Mail delivery out side Comal County in Texas three six one Mail outside Texas six one Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 Tuesday through Friday and by 7 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during the Senate approves truck weight limit rules Trucks would not be allowed to cross bridges if they weigh more than the bridges posted weight limit and state and local law enforcement would have an easier time enforcing weight regulations under a bill passed by the Sponsored by Florence the bill would prohibit trucks from crossing bridges that have a posted weight if the truck is heavier than the posted lim Exceptions would be made for bridges that are the only point of access to an The bill also allows border county sheriffs departments to enforce commercial vehicle safety Of about deficient and need repairs or are too narrow or weak for heavy truck Shapiros office In the last eight commercial truck traffic has increased by more than 40 percent on Texas Taxfree Do you feel you are paying too much in income taxes If youre looking for incometax heres an attractive investment idea Chelan County Washington Public Utility District Chelan Hydro Consolidated System Revenue Bonds AAA 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